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March 05, 1895 - Image 2

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VALM. DALLY.

Itublishied Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the Coleg year, by
THE U. DE M. NEPENENT ASSCIATION,
OricE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
H. COLEMAN, Lit. 'r, Managing Edito.
G. B. iAsaussoc, Law 'I, Assistant.
A. W. Suss, Lit. Spc., Assistant. -
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J. S. PEARsL, Law '5, Business Manaer.
1I. . LEvY, Lao '0, Assistat.
Associate Editors.
S. B. Shiley, L.it. '5. 11. A. Da'er, Lit.
E. L. Evans, Lasw'5. Eli Suderand,Lit'.
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(..A.iiught,Iet '. 1C. i. Farrell, Lit. 'I.
M. Gilbert, Eor.'7. i.i.Gammn,Mledie''
Minie M. Thomeon, Li '7.
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tions may be left at the office (f the fAILY,
at Stoifle's, at State st. newstnans, ith any
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day. Address all mater illteded foe11ubl-
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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Ass Aror, Mih.
Tile editors do not hod teseales respon-
sible for tie opinions or statement Ill corres-
pondents, appearing in tie DIsY.v
'T'ere is much relsonli for congrt-
lationi over the restl of thes'trck ilp-
tain's' cal for canidsc. One Ini-ii
dredtIsinfar iiore lhan wI' hiive ever
hiad blfre, but it is not neiarly as
iiiiny as we shioil has's. It is not alt
nl extravagant to expect tsvo hundi'sd
mieni out oii the traskandfid thisi
spring, iid it in to be hoied thit3r.
Vitzpatrick's determiiinaioii to reasi
thai) nuiiber XwiII be'ressarded owii
sulcte55.Thiere( is so doubt that thecre
are now lit 'oat se hudrd andfifty
iien in the University who expect to
conic out for the track team. Lcdt all
who have not doie o report at oiie to
the captain. Above all let ecahi one
aippoint hiiiislf a deputy captlin and
bring out all the w Ivmun lie can If
all wo"-" 'le two udred
reached
of 1Music is
year its ieriianeny
: .y assured. T'he advantage
of Ann Arbor ats ia pe.' of residene,
the large numiber of Ulniversity stud-
suts wvho are musically incliesd,anid
above all tbe energy ansi ability ds~-
played by Professor Stailey in die
mialnagemlent of the school are the
chief causes wvhici have contributed_
to uakig into a condition the theory
of the late Professor IFrize that, a
school of muic established ii Ann
Arbor would be a successful istitu-
tion.
Of course the school by no means
apiproxinmats pefetion, mnor an it
es-ems be siid that lhre are no imu-
proveuents that cai be miunde One
change that would unquestionably i-
suit in great good to ue school is its
absorption by the University. Coi-
paratively fewv persons know the nerit
of the School of Music, but wereIti
a pufit of the I;. of M. every person
knowing of its existence would feel

assured, even though hs
of thes depaitiieit. iii n
high ranik, iecause of .. irt
of timesuniversity. illiy ofitos-,
wvio comec here evry year to study
his'professions Ini svhichi courses are
offered, kiiowv lilte or nohing about
till' depaitment whlichi iitheyiter luy
kiiosw that it is a depiartme-nlt. of till'
Loriscrasily of Mihigan, adl that is
of tilt dspaitmet of iusicst.
Itswouldhnt ib' siecessry to uilliit
interna~l canilgs ii 1(, 511100. -1o
niewv iourse' 's ill'eoferd r a 0'ny
11111courses discntied.lI'I. ti w0u111
hnot hbsliesessar'y ill cansge ii lily
waiy til'irsonmll ofl stheii'faclty.. 'T1h1
Univrsity MsilsiloIciey( c0u1111trnls-
ferthe1111Schotol 1f uslI' anti theIre-
Notlt11' lday's wor wXoldtl te lst.
No chanlIgest'5111thllot'elotform 011u111
tbe madell. The frie111115111111his' 15tt515
lBut Ili(-, prrsit 81111101of Musis' soldl
tblcomle a.bipa t fa grealt sniviersity;
it wsold bt' ini Ia ltositiol wher'e{'its
ildiits 5w0011dile'rcogillili andlIits
fosunlders w0u1111be ena~bldto llSI'e
tI'izil5I their highst hopes for it
"I The Adephi In Ys.
Atiost iteenii1me'mbtlIrs of the Adl-
pil i siited tills (rescent socity sof
Ypsilnti Fridaly inigt. Tie programs
w515 giv'e'n bylme'mblIr's5 of ibotlinete-
tills and was as followvs: Trio, iby
originlsto101y, Slilss Smiiith, res'st;
originllil 1)0 l ii.Sr. 'Thomals, Aielpi:
'reading ir. Iloiuse, Adephi; Iildly.
SLis ss'el,trescet; tDebat'-fti-
soIlveds, That somullsory laritrtiol
ofers tie totit solution to the labor
U. OF S. CALENDAR.
Fri. eve., .Siar. li..-Soponore party
at Granger's academny.
Fri., Sfar,15 -University oratorical
contest in University hal under auspi-
ces of S. L A.
Wed, and Thiurs., SMar. 2-2.-Cla-
slil colnfere'nce.
FrL, Mar. 29.-Warsity indoor neses
In Gymnasium,
Fri.aind Sat., SMar. 2930.-. etiig
of Michigaii Scoolmasters' cdub.
DITSON MUSIC.
"Six Love Songs,"
Bay FrsnhFE. Sawyer. Translations of Sin
of Bine's Snet lyrics in equiite musical
ettings. Heavy Paper. 75 cents.
" COLLEGE SONGS."
Tile siandard collection of College Songs.
Oyes' 20,000 sold. Heavy Paper, 50
cents; Cloth, Gilt. $1.0
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Oly bmok 0g tie ind published. The
songs of te leding colleges for women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
nRODYAL COLECION INTRUMETAL GITIAd MUSI"
Eghty-two Iiece for the gutr from the
bet sosrer. A spedid clecion. Had-
some Cover. 50 cents..
Any booh sent postpaid on receipt of price,
OLIVER DITSON' CO.,
483-463 Washington St., rtum..
C. B. Dton & Co. N. Y.

Track Me Vantod. t
Thie galls'ry a Jun 11A1
ning track is ost all the
lillitsnU WOi t ;'.11 1 11111 5
alid wanlke-rs eI.bausball
vandidinetss sils . inpers anid 2II.
hurdri's of till' crack teanhrls I'icivsatn n pitng ofrtiig 1
swaslers lire slot rep~ortinig v-ry fist to
TiratineIr Fitzpaltricki, who wiill assignl
taeli one th111'work hehi1s to . 'lie is I AC
is 111o51) icbik of candidatssfoi ihe Wae
tralc-istt'l itheil'high jumphi, Xvllit'hhis P. .s-s
silliige t'ollsidellig tlitleliuiber of iills Cmm
svlio 11aveI practicedl at it tisX5winter'r E
in tilt gyillllill,1and1this'fact that
tlstithliere is thue D. K. I9. cup ill coln- Th'lii
1p11e foll this lI'lar. QsrtI'r-miiile rihil- I-
nIIS ts110, oss ai to be scarse. All cai- G
dl~ida's Wh11101'billes ldll hot iappia ,
ini ye'sterdally's Daily a1r1eirequesstedIlto lj'
(hil hoiurs orh' erl c'ase, pr ~lI'eeni
thil fromlhlstartilig to train rig ht The Bar
lawasy thesy csalnlmakle li'h'lo-5'iel'ts a~ness I
wiith ill 111 start ii55as1111oon a lsi- 50 Me
ills. Cat'a~in LItoly may ill' fouinI 1Double B;
Illsr gyilllI.ilillllevsery iftseroosnfrt-siu pny
3::(1 ill , miss
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T:
PH(C
The '95 Victors
arc models oIsO trength and beauty.
Thy staunchest light seheel., cvcr BE
built. You iso ire not rs'diay a
goodi bicycle, btit the best;t 1 e't
you scant a V ictor.
Light ttyles, with alaso: saniy SPEI
height tramse, giving r_ . e -a fit
as if the svheel swas rade tosyour REU'
order. Froi
Catliog for the asking. - cn
cents in stamps secures the Victor Teacher
Pad Calendar-. Corn
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Makerssof Victor icycles and Athleicools, HEA
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sells esch.

:NT OF
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sh ,... ils'rh, Ann Arbnr,
gen our Show Window.
GRAND OP1ERA I1IUUSEe
rsday, March 7th.-
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Big Spectacular
iETMS AI1
'xnnm ef rise nil. Under tile mac-
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3n, Women and Children.
51111 and Orc-hcatra.. A Great Cons
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atin otypes
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