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June 05, 1893 - Image 2

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,THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (S.ine s excepted) dring
sele Clege e a, by
THE U Of M INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
I-, calmer moments, after the ex-
citement of the contest is over, we
are sure the disgracefsul scenes en-
acted at the election of the Stdents'
Lecture Association, oo Saturday
morning, will be regretted by all,
irrespective of departments. XWith-
out attempting to locate the blame,
the Dant v must depecate any bitter
feelings betwveno the various depart-
rnents of this great University, but
it mtst be acknowledged[ by al that
no snes department nor any un fac-
tion can assume to itself the author-
ity to control the election of the
Association, where every ticket-
holder lau the right to ate honest
expresion of his wil.
It is a principle of constitutional
law, we take it, that the rigt of
sufrage carries with it te right of
hoising office. The violation of
this principle is the apparent cause
of the present trouble, in which the
literary department stands opposed
to the pofessional departments.
Whethieraiy one department is sus-
ceptible to the charge of greediness
for offices we wiii not discuss, but
rallier depend on the good sense of
the tsenty-five huntdredt ticket hold-
ecu o select the best nen for the
offices, irrespective of department.
One thing is cetain, that snless
some coumpronise is effected be-
tween tle tuo factions, there wiii
not be a lecture course given next
year, oc if one is given it will not e
patronized by the whlole suuict
body.
It seenms tal the time is fast ap-
proaching at this University xwhes
an election cannot be held without
a bitter factional figt. This is due
largely to elhe evident unsatisfactory
manner of conducting Cle elections.
The only fair means under the pres-
ent circumstances, xe contend, is
to adopt the method of secret bal-
lot and other machinery made use
of in state and governmental elec-
tions. Let this method be given a
fair trial, and we are certain that it
will be satisfactory.
The DAILY, looking to the best
interests of the Association, urges
the necessity of an imnmediate settle-
ment of the present difficulty, for
unless it is satisfactorily adjusted,
the Association, that is nmade a suc-
cess only through the united sup-
port of all, must fail in its nobe
object of furnishing a fine course of
lectures to the students.
That peace and harmony may
once more be established within the
ranks of the S. L. A. is the sincere
desire of the DILY.

COMMUNICATION.
Tolthe luEditU. ous 1. DAILY:
uhikun selfueusronnged (up bringmisun-
dltsslnuodI desie tv sindicste itue hotusiy of
asy puspses.bhy(puis'hingthstunmethosulouf vot-
ingwichehad beeni'u atproved by twouofuthe
thre'and~uiatu's anduwihIin5tendiedstosub-
init tote (usocxia sustioifr theicon sideration.
Tat tiee sholudle snush balottboxes
sutosisisw,'atlu'theuvoters.
Thuatsuichucundidaineshould susbmit.(us
thseupresitasnsindeinite tumbs~er oftnamens
of hisuppoirts'ers, and,
(seht ts'.presidensuludsappoinst Cessn
thus nnumbeursue tellnurssine supporier uof eachl
eaniddautsesscnutacseshballt bo(sx.
4.That nacexstfters sho~uld ecollect clue
batinu the sectiounassigned thtem andiasnu
counutelse sane.
5That Clue numnbeu'of51otscolct~ed by
the severalies ofstll~ers be asded to secuise
the total voencast (fir sehscandidate.
L. .Louis.
Dit. Eu11 tutuctIAs lis'-4-,uCedarville,
N. If.,sayss si
Horsjbords Acjd Phosphate.
"I ha~ve uiseid it fiur several yeaurs, noit
onuly illniy praitice, bust is nmyuowxniits-
diviual ecse, satid cousiter it uutdec all
circutnstasuueuolnof Clue best tuerve
toicis thuat wte possess. For muenutal ex-
thaustion or overworlk it gives renuewsed
strenth ai nit vigor totClue ntire uys-
tern."
- most exeellettanud agreeable tonic
stud appetizer. It nourislhes sudintvig-
orates Clue tireul brain and body, inm-
pacts retnexwed ensergy atnt vitality, stud
enlivetns the functions.
Descriptive pamphlet treeeun ppieatiiontis
Rumford Chemical Works, Provi-
dence, RI.
Beuware of Sustitutues antuIttins.

TANT SHOES-Prices, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00.
48 SOUTH'I MAIN STREET, - - ANN ARBOR:
SP1RIIPt S IEITPtS . A gplErlsiid
Line.

21 S. Main Street.

WAGNER & CO.

ts thse LEADING SCHOOL OF nUSINnSS. 5Mag-
nuiienst buing nin e tleacerse; sargeeattendance;(
gene disucipline; superiurerk; welttsupplied readinsg
'rneudail ecus etures; Sataudayeensingsreepions;
open thenstireerear; cmercnstinl graduates inagreat
demssands; s~uhothad graduatles nit secenaposiins;
lt5'teug expensses $2. to $.75 per weekhinsprivate faust-
'es.Fo PeNnn'CAALOEsn andLisitfStudeintsewha
toseupositionastreat wekto wieek, address
P. R. CLEARY. Proo.
F I$2,00, $3.00, $4.00, 5
o IFtrst Clasxsand Warranted tn
E E Doty & Feiner.,

Time Carduinefet Sndays) 5'' e1,18t8'
DepaetureutofsTranst iAntsArbor
Ne. 1 Danass Eprst .. .... i a s
Nsa . iPttuigrehAnnArbosr Accsunt4.21 .
Nu. 5. Stail usedunPasner--....4:51 n
Nou. i4. 'TailsandAtExprseess .....9is p n
Cientral StnrdTiSten
*Daily except Sundayt.
Trains 3(andsinbtteenusAnn AussoAsaeues
Toiedo only, daiiy, exciept cSun'-
Other trains daiyexcep tunday.
Wv. H. IJENNETT, It.5 S.cGRENW OOD
Gen. Pain. Agent. ueocilAgenst

SEE$AN - & COMPANY
AttNSPIAL. AGENTS FORt
IA. G. Spaldinlg Bi'o,,
E 1r~hi V Di/soo,
use r 1a t ut t a i rtn .f," or.

FOE SALE BY ALL DRUJGGISTS. uzl 1u a~ -r ce'-u
HENRY HAUGY G~Igpasi s, LauijTeipnis aq pJace
'Teacher ansiolo~ist, Guitar, Bnjoi ane Stan- p a l d5=
duooms 34tSdStae Ss
ASKA O1t WRITE FO1R CATALOG'UE.

Shun SpacetRsnerved tor
". G. SMITH, 8ONS & CW.
toonwdcclAve.suid Stute Street,
DESTROIT, - '-lICHIGAN.

ANN ARBOR
STEA,,:LAIIITIDLY CO.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE..
E. S. SERVISS, - MANAGER.
NO0T IC E.-To STUDENTS
and Citzens. tDont send otut oc tonnftr
Candy whnluutyouuran ret just as good at R. IE.
Jolly & Cue'. We dus'tchargefr tsle, buss
give lu te yen, and that is one-hait. Hut and
cnid lunchtes at nit hours of ste day and night
R. E. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
And the very chosoest Candlen
*TUTTLE'S, *
48 SOUTH STATE STRSEET.
VICTOR CYCLES
Yoteall noltheemcl.
Caii and scnntcluea
MM. STAEBL.ER'
Cycle Emporism, 11 W. Washington St.

RENTSCHLER,
hoto rapher,
CotlltNElt INLINt)ID5JUtO.C '.
This SpgneRettserved dor te
oGRANDo tllI At tioC:n.

GIBSON,
P1HOTO GRAPHR
NO. 12 W. HUJRON ST.

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