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November 29, 1892 - Image 2

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THE U. OF, M. DAILY.

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Publiahed Daily (lu~ndaya excepted) dui
the College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
BOARD MEETING.
There will be an important meet-
ing of the DIstsIv Wednesday even-
ing, at 7:30. Several vacancies are
to be filled and other important bus-
iness will be up for discussion.
A UNIVERSITY JOURNAL LUB.
rihe writer of the communication
in today's paper wyill(doubtess be
pleased to learn that the ideas hie
advances are already inl a fair way
toward raliation. For some time
there has tern agitated the qusestioni
of- oraizn a Uiversity press
club for the hi ne it of students i-
terestenistha t linie f swori. N et
Frdas evening there wilt e a met-
ing oy rtt(i purpose it discussing
plans of ogizati tiiiiiand sok.
TChoseuenmbers ofitesefaclty swho
have beets -pptoatheed itsthe umatter
have taken a deepin iterest, aid en-
thusssis is manfested by ele jour-
nalistic elenent of the Unversity.
At the meeting Friday eeing Prof.
Scott swil give a talk and tiere wiii
be an iformal discussion of the
question. Let all studensiwsho are
doing jounalistic work or who in-
tend to ecuter the profession of jour-
nalisnm be present at tis initial
meetitng. i-our and plare of meet-
tug xilIbe announsced later.
Tin: Oberlin Review of last Wed-
nesday contains te following refer-
ences to the Oberlin-U. of M.
game: A one-columnnporn, tn
verses; a two-verse son, to be sngn
to tie tune ''Little Jonisnse'a
half-columnn etitorial; a fve-colunt
report; atdsoeany squibs under the
heading ''IBe Reb"ths' lat se ile
not take the tinme to coust tem.
Evidently, to quote from nte of
their squibs: "-The exuertsce of
our yotthful spirits ettirely got
away with s.''
(httRnesx still claisss to have svon
that gasme swiths;Michigat. The boys
at situ entd of the line feel perfectly
sure in regard to the result, but if
Obierlin feels a all doubtful w
tbink our net year's Rgy msnas-
geercats arrasnge another game fr
their benefit.
1'etr. Thosmpson's course of lec-
tures on the "Mosiac Lasy' affords
an excellent opportunity for those
interested in this line of stuy.
The S. C. A. is o be congratlatet

on its succest in securing Prof.
Thompson and Dean Knowlton for
this series.
Tits month's Inlander is unussu-
ally full of interest. Every student
ought to read and meditate well up-
on Prof. McLaughlan's article e n
"College Spirit.'t The proof-sheets
come to hand a little late this
month, but from causes that make
the editors entirely excusable.
We. have received the first num-
ber of "The College Folio,' a neat
sfl-page monthly, published by the
Cif nt ofte(nsi in r Wso t 0m5ii

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