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June 06, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-06-06

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-THE U. OF M. DAILY.

'.of 'WF. Tatty.
Putishtd'Daily (to toos excepted) durng
the Coee year, ty
THE U OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Sobscriptiotn pieT2.0 pe year, inaialy
in advancee utindop0000000cents. Sxsrip-
tons aay e left at the oicte of the DALLY,
at Stoffet's, with ay of th e ditors or
alithortzed solicttors
Commnixcations shold rech the oftte by
7 ococeP.e t they te to appear the net
txy. Adotetstoaottmatter iteneded oe phttca-
tot to the Motoxpoing Edttr. At)ltotsitesa
00 umtonoothold hetsnt tt the Bui-
THE U f M DAILY.
Ann Arhr, Mih.
Thec Ediorttodoot hod themeve reopn
ile tee+rthe ononor tattetmentstof oes.x
poedents, op ertngtoitte DLLY.
At)lcoymn00-0 be 00,f ele efoet ustt. t.
ofthe rd .of, to blot od n.to
PorDtotV til)osopend publica-
tion for thoe coilege year witlo'Tlocr-
da'ttciodr o gve the e-
itorstime tOoO preptaretOfor t1000p-)>
proaching ex2'amnti0ons.
1 1tE plan for holdng the S. L..
A. election osuggeterd editorially in
yestetriay'sD s eem ocsoto tmeet the
approval of a larte number of the
mofebets of tie asocation, and it
wouldl be oelif 710emanagecmnt
would fot tto a practical tot in
the next electon.
tT is a fot to be rgretted tat
too alumsni asociatiots of Chicago
hare not providedl a U. of M. club
houtte where studnts antIatumni
could nmeet whtile attendig teo
World's Fair. Several universiies
have established stoclh leadqarter
and tthe advanotage to be enjoyed by
their stoodents are apparent to all.
Why the U. of M., witho te largest
numsber of alumni of aty Anocicat
university, should be backwo-oii in
this matter is entirely incomporelhen-
sible to uts.
To-me has been ome quettion
raited at to the correctness of the
tcore of the Cornell game as pub-
lihed in Wednesday's DAHY, due
to the fact that boths of the Detroit
morning papes reported the tcore
of the game as 7 to 5, intead of 6
to 5, the correct score. In order to
settle the disputed point, the Doxtt~y
addressed a letter to N. E. Young,
president of the National League
and American Association, whose
interpretation of the rles is accept-
ed by authority by all professional
- scrers. A reply received from him
confirms the correctness of te score
as given in the DALY. We are,
therefore, able to announce on the
authority of Mr. Young, that the
score of the game is 6 to 5, not 7 to
5.

COM MUNICATION.
To thetEditor t. o00M0tAILY:
Ithetootot.vof ysteday t rootic-e :0000r-
oosooootonfomettMr. L. G. tongoxinootoot hote
enoteaorto 00explain ho-srathe oe:t o
methodofo tootnowhiothhe otoposodeatthe.
oolt--d tooeesooof tttto..LA. at-cturotay.
-t'h me ottoth oooiwn too deotdedotbojectoofor
sevralreson. 1t h irt paoto tytoo
floaotoreo -inoblot bthox in-0sotrea
0c0o0005s00-eoobleot Saturday wouletot osto
certinly t ottoalin00oftheo boxces. It art tt
oteooo.e fthat oanone-shoultd attempt 00 ivent
otoy tootey sytemt of votttng when thereore
mtohtbots i o -00e totre terfeetlysatisfac-
tty I0ftoutoh0a oetig s hetotin the chapeot,
thoe oty wov to seen onsrt vote ts to
hove a ballot box a-00eaoth dotor, tet thte voter
post outat eittoer totaor, thetretois vooteotay
be chalengedbtoaspptorter of te ooandi-
dote- stationed thereo' for thoot purpose. It
this moethod were -sed, I otuconfident 0n0 0000
coulod oquestono-thoeoaccuracyrof sOttoeresult.
S. LA.
.l)1~ Eroosot-t .13Av tEATi NCoeodarville,
jN. J.' soys ef
Horsfords Acid Phosphate.
"Ilhtve toted it ltor Pseraol years,tott
only itt osy practice, boot ito my ovvtt ito-
dlividnual 0a00, ottodcotosidercitttndeer tll
circumstnoces otne of floe boot tnervo
toniicsfloat wve possess. Fur umettalox-
haoustion or overwcork it gives renewevd
stcenogths and vigor to thoe entire sys-
tenm."
A most exceetlettaoitageoeable toie
atono appetizer. It nsourishoos atndlitnvig-
orattes 1100 tiredl brain and body, ins-
ports renewed energy and vitaltity, asod
etolivetos theo functionus.

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PHOTOGRAPHER
NO. 12 W. HU.RON4 ST.

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