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March 12, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Snday excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U. QE M. IORKPEKIH ASSEIIUL
OFICE; Times bulding N. Main st., opposite
post ofice
EDITORS.
I. COEMA, Lit. '7, Managing Editr.
G. B. HAnRRIoON, Law ', Assistnt.
A. W. SIT, Lit. Spci., Assistant.
W. A. Se'cc, Law 'S, Asstant.
J. A.Leto, Lit. 'i, Atheic Editor.
J. S. Penisr, Law '5. Boiness Manager.
11. IW. Levy, Law '5,Assistant.
Associate Editors.
S. B. Shilry Lit. '5. 11. A. Dancer Lt.9.
E. L. Evans Law '5. E.R.Soderand,Lit'95.
Carrie V.Snith,Lit.96. L. lanbin,Law'b.
C.A.lloughton,IDest'9. C. 11. Farrell, Lit. '98.
M'ilbert,Egr.'7. i.l.Gammson,Mdic98.
Minnie M. Thomsos, Lit '.
C. M. Beath, Phacic'0.
Subscription price $2 50 per year. Invariably
In advance. Single copies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the office of the IAiY,
at Stoffet's, at State st. new sand, with any
eg the editors or authored sliitors.
Commuications should reach cbs ofice by
7oclokp. m if they are to appear the net
day. A ddress all matte intended for publi-
cation to the Managing Edior. All bsiess
commcunications sould e sent to ite Bsi-
ness Manager.
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Ass Aror. Mi.
Thei' dist which ts oesineiby
basebal proetcue iii ilha- basc-in'it of
the gyinriliii is causingiiiiich coli-
piaint.on .ite. part of thoe hoding
lockers.. Ifitihe iaallio 11151will see
that thii'grund is iorogly "spriilt
led before contidte re alowes-i to
irtcie there, it will oviate the diff-
cilty ritd thee-btyatisfy the 'cnnlers
cho aoe'bi'iig nnoytti by th' 11111-
E.ditors of ite Wisoisiii.('ardinal
re allowed-a good d59greec of credit
in the University forsvwrk one on
ilieir paper. 'hisla is a greit iscentvce
for seuring he>bet of writers aid
mai~ntiinlg a high siandaird isblica-
tion, Bst ito usele"ss to argue ilic
nmatter. -Daily editrs po in-ote loss
o dy on study and recitations,
spend half the ight getting ot the
paper, and at the end of the seuistr
receivo their credit-if forine faorei
The class oratorical eoiitets that
have been hleld this year giv promise
that the cotest~to be held Fricky,
Marh 15, will. be the. best iii tho
hristoy of tie University. Our repre
sentativeosay not win the orth.
ttesero Oratorical 1009100 edtst-
decisions of contest jdges are ever
peclar but whioever he -aiWy, b heis
will- csenor.- the'University.-- Inustie
to himtelf-.no stn inteholll fail to
attend the:interelass oratorical contet
ht should there beaay .who do not.
eijy listening to colego oratory, let
hiun come out for the purpose of giv-
ing to the winner the encouragement
of hils financial and vocal support.
There seemns to be cnsderable mris-
understanding as to the aim of the
baseball management ii reducing the

t nipversity, ecept15 that the manssg-
i cilt elsewhiere is not so i nient cs
lcre. It is flly aipreciatedc by thosoec
1inthiority that from the caniic so
far iprescnted of sizing up the caidi-
dates, it is impossible to make ich a
list perfectly accurate. Qie likiely
somiei'gooid 'vrsity naterioailiiay have
bcc': isheft out. If so, there nd te150
worrying 1as to its niotlavig als Op-
portuinity to hi' expoited. 1Thi' base-
bal manageeint hs buct cne objct
in view, viz., the secring of the bet
available miaerial in itie- nivcrsi y
for t1he nine. Such btieng lih'ei-a-,
thieylre- certainly going to gist aiy
baseball p1a-er fulii opotuniiity to
show what is in hii. 'liiistiplaois
not etiic ~keli withiiiutcnsiertioi
no",'ariitirarily, and there i no griounl
for complaint oilaly such scsres.
U. OF A. CALENDAR.
Tces., Marceli12.-- First ssp',r s
sit-es ctt Uives'iy 1111, :c0p. 31
Wed, Morhi13.-1.0t7 lit class Icit-
in togic4 I. i. iiithie'c-iatcil.
Thers., March 14.-Faccolty recitl at
Frieze Memsoriali hal.
Thiurs., Mlarc-l 14.-Prof. Toipsoi
cci "'lihe Consultationl of list;uiges"-
ini thic Mosaic laud hiw series at the
law lctcure rom.
Fri., Marceli15.-Sophomore pcary
at Grangers aademly.
Fri.,Morelh 15.-Uit-crsity oratorical
contest in University hal unmder aspi-
cs of S. L. A.
i-ri., Starchli1 5.-Irof. IFlton of
Ohiso 'WecsleyanIlciv-eisit, tc'fo-c' tie
tOraitoricoallassociatiocnsat 5 p1. i. in
loiw lecture rocon, on "t'oisrlleioli cc
tlli Oratioi"
Sat., March 16, ;3p .Aiteting of
Ann Arbor division of Collegiate alo-
niae at Newberry hal for election (f
offcers.
Sun., March 17.--l'iof. I.1. ' tnosl-
ion before thie'Uiveisity- Bible clss
of the Mthiodist ciusichsoii "Te
Tines of Christ," 12 o'clock.
Sun., Mares 17--John 1R. Mt, see-
retary- of the Students' Christian asso-
ciationis, before the S. C. A.
Son., Mtarch 2.-Prof. . C. Kinow-
toil before tie Uiversity Bible cas
of tese thelodist e ch-l on "The Trial
of Christ," 12 o'clock.
Sun.. Mtarch 24.-Sherwvood Eddy,
sccretary of the Student -Volniteera.
before 'the S. 4C. A.
Mon., Marrch 2s--11. Egee Ysaye.
vicliist, before the Ulvtirity Mulsical
soieety at7Uiversity haL
Wed., Mrc, 27.-Anllal S. C. A.
election.- -
-Wed.. Starch 27-Miss Octavhc~ Wil--
Iilims.hates before the-Webster al at.
7 :305p.minn.op"Dnwnk ~ r - .
Wed. and Thurs,,-Marcb 2-28.--
Olassical conferenc.eunder aspicesof
Michigan Scloolnasiftes club.'
Fr., March 29.-Varsity Indoor meet
In Gymnasiuml.
Frsi., March 29.-Junior lit social Illi
Granger's acadelily.
Fri. and Sat,,:March 2930.- Meeting
of Michigan Scloolmatersf club..
Sa, April 6-Meeting of U.,of il.
Independet association at law lecture
room for election of Daily eitors
Thuirs., April 11.-Faculty rectal at
Frbeae Memoral ball.
Fri., Aprl 12.-Sprig ;vsg4*ee be-

between Northwestern anld tichigan
at Chicago.
Thsur., May., J.--Faculty recital at
Frieze Mtioial hail.
Thurs., June 6.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Stemorial boll.

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Over 208,000 sold. Heavy Paper.50
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"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only bocli of tie bled published. The
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Heavy Paper. $1.00.
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