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March 01, 1895 - Image 2

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t''is iIaly (OSud~y ceoc'teit(lurinrig
the Collec yr, by
OFFIE:n c'Iinlicebutildng -N. StlainiSt., ttpploit
pot offic'.
11. COttEMAN, Lit. '7,' Maagig Eitor.
G. R. Iltaio nso, laoe'cc, Aaicst.
A. 'i. SMITH'iLit. Sll. Asitat.
J. A. Etilo, Lit. '6, Athletic Editor.
.. S. PicAiU..La 'il, IusinesItMaagr.
Associate Editors.
S. 13. Shiley, Lt. its. H. A. Iattect, Lit95.
E. 1. Evntt, Law 'li. .t.Snitcelast,Lit'lt.
Carrie VSci L..Rct. Lld tasttctc,Latc''t6.
E. S.IBartletlt, Lit.'i7. C7.tFarretll, Lit.'l1.
M. (filibert, ngr.'9.II. ll.ltantstot,Mt'cic'ltt.
Minnite SM. 'thlottxcso. 'ti. .
I. A. Blath, lltttc'ic' 50
SustcripttiioIttriccel50 Iet'yar, icerialy
itt tttvaitte. icgieopttieco et . Sttltc't i-
tiotts may Ite left at the iof tIfice th DAIY,
at Stotitos, at Sac t. ni standcttt, witi ay
of thte eitor or alttrieetslicitorste.
Ctmmunttiatitonssold reacheth e tfict' iy
7 oclocke p. m. if ttey are tttotcr teneto
day. Atdre'. l matteritendet ftrpubtit-
coton to thet 'lnaoclo Etitor. All Icusioecs
commntttiictiooldiIe set toteBHoi-
nscs antager.
Antt Arbte, Iici.
Thte editti,.dolnttt IoltheslvsrI pn
stble fortet'oitinsor t tcttrntof corre-
pontdentt, alttttaritt itOt tthe ttAIY.
T cc'eitt, ttttwItwo vcancieonic 00he
Diaily Sctff froititt elsscoftO'97l. Tilt
theibeit' 1wtrklc tompllttiti. Totse
wishintg tt trIy fortthotil'plates'ishuldi
(.11itt tili. c frfrte nfra
Tiltrul'eeently aotedtl cby 'tie'
Nationloiacguie'wicihlproibitil tlc
eatitther tand lilaC ttiseicicit, tleicnitt
ltc't''coctily 10111' cii 'dlrge 'toccl. It
is thit'cuttomiof ilt' 'i'tlltgicilc 'cgnl-
attnidte a my lli no1'110'ttadotipt 1roe
Wes.cttrn temso have nusually5'ftltt'ct'cl
nlatiotal leattguectrule, bit ill tprob-ch
ability 11hcc reglationsco tf lithe it-
collegiate assooiltiolt will goerncl this
ycear. Whliehrn the gtove itlc'tio
to be stl.
lind econiomiic problemosill be itter-
eteti ill a recent resolteionofthlie
SAieligltliPoliical Siec' asociatioi
11icliprierti ha ital lti.'lts uwiy ti-
coe memic'ibtrsofethalci ti'rgtaicitioii
o ayiietof a smoal fc. 'lTe:ia-
vata~ugts of miemblier'ohipin ilsuc1h 11
associtiioni re lmanyi' ad stdnit
shouldcinot fail to tke'advantllage
of t1e noinllal loll' 'whichis honow
offered. Iln ordie eliat oec' 110y'be
properly ilforile d anti onersotu11-
00n 11hecisues Oandi iticaceIproblemsi
of ihe day it is necesisary tiat t'
optintios 1a1111creful research of the
bat students of poliicl eooomy and
ronetary sece: be stied. Tihe
Michigan Poliical Sentice associtioni
ias amiong its nettbers meni who are
well qualified 1o discuss Oese qus-
tion men 110 not oly hato''he
advantage of Universiy raning, Uut

ci roliccl l cllccvitt'lc' lttc itt lifti'
ituoiot't ii tb' ot'l,,ic,turdtiicltie' ti
rotc..\itio cci tt ilcril)t' ecluectiolltl
A01-1 til'sH INtti'ttitt cicncrn111tllog' cae
Lecture on Mosaic Law.

IOur Entire Stock gtes, tat
"Six Love Songs," RĀ°educed F aa{
By . rnkE. awyr.Trais]tPrices si
if liin i net ll'tlyrtcsitint ',qit emtttsicaul UNTIL
settit. Heavy Pacer. 70 cents.
Tle tadadcoletinof CoillegeSong. JACOBS &A1 L LAN .D
Ov 34,44sod.Heavy Paper, 501
cents; Cloth. Gilt, $1.00. '1 Wa.lltitiot t'reek 'se Artior,

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becfone11cc'Un'trsnotity Bile.c' laspe 11-
titi Si. I7.churncht.
Stout., M~ar. 4.-Scillern tigiht at lice
O'nity Cluib.
Monu., SAfur. 4-PeoC. D'Oicgc lectttres
cit Inulandi League ott 'A Summcie's
Trils Thrtottgh Scandinasvia."
Fri. evi'., ;iae. 15.-SohoorecpIaruy
it ( rntge's acatiiiit5.
Feri., Star. 15.-Utisoity ot'atoricol
cottest itn University hail ttnder au~spi-
ces of S. L. A.
Fri., Sian. 2J.-'Varsity indoot'toat
itt Gyumnasiumt.
The bcat adlvertising loediumt in the
city is the Daily.
Series of 1894-95.
SEPT.-The Soul's Cry for;God.
OCT.-JTesus as htumnity's Ideal.
NOV.-Sectarianism: Its Evils, Causes
and Cure.
DEC.-"Ths True Cross of Christ."
JAN.-"Was Jesus God?".
FEB.-''Loya~lty to Conviction."
Tor sale at Sheehan's sod Stofilets.

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