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March 16, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundy excepted) during
the Colege year, by
.THE U of M IHIEPEET ASSUIAIUH.
rece: Times building N. Main t., opposite
post ofice.
EDITORS.
H. COLEMA, Lit. WP, Mnging Editor.
. B. iiAoISsON, Low'i, Assiatnt.
A. w. SsTH, Lit. Spel. Asistut.
IV. A. Scts, Lose P, Assistant.
J. A. LERoY, Lit.'i, Atheic Editor.
J. . PEARL, Low'5, Busineso Manager.
H. W. Levy, Law 'P, Assistan.
Associate Editors.
S. B. Shiley, Lit.'95. H. A. Dancer, Lit.95.
E. L. Evans, Low'5. E.RSnderand,Lt'96.
Carrie V.Smith,Lit.'ii. Li. Honben,Lawtit.
C. A.losghto,iDent'Pl. C. I. Farrell, Lt. '5.
M Gilbert, Esg. 'i. II.D.Gamcon,Medic'8.
Minnie M. Thomson, Lt. '97.
G. A. Heath, Phrmic'0.
Subcriptioss price $25 per year, ivrably
in advance. Single copies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the office of the iALY,
at Stoilets, at State st. new sad, with any
of thg editors or athorizd solicitors.
Communications should reach the office by
7ococh p. Il. if they re to appear the net
day. A ddress all matter intended for publi-
cation to the Managing Editor. All busnes
communictios should be sent to the Busi-
nsanManager.
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Tho cuts of lie Chiecago Alinndfl
miedal in yeterday's Daily werel' puii-
lioled through he courtesy of tie
Orilitorical associaion.
Tle subject ofiesoil puitrity is
011e of vitl interest to every ioni,
bt beeniso its treatiment requirs so
mchiuetact antijudgent if is sldomi
sistused. Ii soue colleges lecturs
-oni, ubeiict haveti('ein prsribe,
an ii, Connell, Awh' rs..for tie past
twnty years, Prof. Wilder lhs de
livered letures to ite frehilis class
on personal purity, Our own Uiivco-
sily los had too fiw such lectures.
The ddrss which wii e given lt 4
o'clock Sunday afternoon y AMr. Jono
i. Mlot, 011 "Personal lurity in o-
lege Life," ie oie wiici should
attract every collegeinaci.AM. ot
speaks frou ie experience gained y
visits in mnore tan four hiundreil of
ltio coleges ancit universities of or
country acd England. All ie men
of thio universiy acue'd to e pos-
cun,
Oratorical Contestants Entertained
Professor riidelfMs. Trueblood
gave a very plesact sipper affer the
contest last cight to the oraors. Tie
cony dining rooci of their house on E,
University ave., was prettily dcrated
in yellow and blocs
Those present were rProf. and "Mrs.
Robert Pilton, Regents Barour acd
Cocker, Professors M,. L. DOoge,
Andrew "MLaughlicn, B. "i. Tonpo,
I. N. Demnion, F. N. Scott and . F.
Johnson, Hcon. A. J7 Sawyer, Messrs.
J. H. Qn Lindley, I. R.
Crozier, I . C. F. Kiimbal.
J. V..Oxi M Say, F. L. In-
grahla, ( an, J. N. Davis,
J. E. ban Stearn, and H.
W. Daf.
Mrs. P. , Mrs. Eggleton
and lr en a "swapping
party" ln a a section of the
Woman~

U. or Chicago Oratorical Contest.
Tue thirii orutoical contest eweeni
the sttdents of ite Uiersiy of Cii-
cage occurred 'Fhiirsduay night, and re-
sutedt in the awlrinlg of till first
prize, $50, to Hary F. Atwood. of
Iliceois; and ihLc, second prie, $2.
to F. C. Shercmacn, of Iowa.
Thoc~ speakers with their subjects
wece as follows: I. F. Atwood,
'"teasocs for ait N'wvPoliticaliParty;
SaalestP. White, "obertHBurs;'IV.
0. Johenson, "Gustavts Adolphuus;' F'.
C. Sheccmac, (i aunca, the uddlia.
and(1Jesus Christ;' Emuory It. Yicri.
"Laibor Risinig Sun"Cci'hlas. B. WVil-
hialos, "An Orgacized tPublic sle-
st'cice." The efforts iet with fre-
quectly exiressed appcoval.
Tickets Out for Indoor Meet.
Tickets for tie 'vasity iiidoor meeet
of Mtarch 2th arc eig priited ai'
w~il e oci sale net wek. eac-
while the enctry- list is gradually ii-
creasinig. Alt who wish to copeite
ini any of the ev('its are r'quiestdi
to malie sit oce- of the enry tlacks
whiche iiay always e fouicd oci r.
Fitzgerald's desk. We rpublisi the
list of events as folows: 4) yards
dIlsh; runncing high jicmp for 1. K.
F. ciii; topuiti iting7 ons slet; team
races etweecn t1, '97 acd ')5, uand
a ttaoi from the lawvdpairtmlet;
srostiicg, four casss; toxing, for
casss, subjet to actioci of oard of
contol;speiadliifencig out.
coeuse icc decetal anastoy to Dr. Itlh
eucdt wil reeisvctii:'r star camibers
ini the: sanme Monday eel S a. un., froml
A to 'C i till'deicial demiiostiaion
roou. The course oi the stdy of the:
anatsoy of tielep)11 will egie Sto-
day the 24th. Dr. VacDelou, '-t
tent, is idoiiig somle iteresticg wvork
ini the histology of tlithe neivouslmec-
acismn of thete :thin c his 11osf grdubate
work tucdr the directiocn of Dr. HubGer
in the) histological lioratory.
A student tdesiring to earn his boad
can do so y apliying at 577E. i'civer-
ily ave.
The '95 Victors
arc models of strengh and beauty
The staunchest light wheel. vr
ul You desire not simply a
good bicycle, but the best; then
you want a Victor.
Eight styles, wits almost any
height frame, giving as sure a fit
as if the wheel waa made to your
order.
Catalog for the asking. Ten
cents in stamps secures the Victor
Pad Calendar.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Makers ofVicoe BiyleandAheici0ods
Bostcn few Yrk, Chcag,
D5etroi. Deae.
Sn 'Frncisice. Ios Angels. Portincd,dI

DITSON MUSICIJUST ARR~IVED!~
"Six Love Songs," A SHIPENT OF
Hy Franh E. Sawyer. Translations ofSix rflflh' lie Ta hm
ofheinc' e' net lyrics ice exq uiite musical UIigs. Hevy Paer. 7hcents
"COLLEGE SONGS." 0G.SPR.ING.
The standard collection og College Son'J C B & L M N
Over 800,t00 sold. Heavy Paper. 55o J C BS eATi''T
cents; Cloth. Gilt, $1.00. L -. ~ '.1LL
"COLEG SOGS OR IRL,"WashingtonBcsHnk, Ann Arbor.
"COLEGESONG FO GIRS." P. S.-See Our Sow Window.
Only both of uhee ind published. The ___________________
songs of the leading colleges for women
Heavy Paper. $1.00. T THE GRAN I) OPERA HOUSE.
ei3OYAL COLLECTION INSTUMNITALITHdMUSIC" SAT'URDA'Y, MARCH 16, '95,
Eighty-ewo peers for the guitar from thee
best sorcers. A spendid collection. Hand- YOUi ALL KNOW HIM
some Cover 50 cents.,Te Favorite Epocent of Rural (haacer,
Any bosh sent postpaid oce receipt of price. CHARLES L. DAVIS,
OLIVER DITSON CO., Carefully Presenting the ply that has made
40-403 Washington cBt..Jintucs.all Ameia lugh,
CH isn&C.N Y A LVIN 9 JOSLIN
Seventernthleaver and farewell perorm-
PULPT, uc.sx l8t bugles is P80 miute. Nwan
(MONHLY)Eaotse Sceic Productio. $1100.05 we Ic
(IIONTILLY)of Diemonds woe,: hu the lst uet of Alvin
SERMNS O REV J. . SUDERLND, os ill be on exhibition 0'ay of prform-
SERMNS O REV J,1. SNOERANO ance at Watts' Jewery Store.
Series of 1894-95.
___PRICES, - S5c, 50c and 75c.
SEPT-The Soo's Cry forGod. Reserved eson saloe at Wots Jewelry
OCT-Jesus an Humnity's Ideal. toire.
RO.Scains:Its Evils, Canes T tiU(i ft~
and Cure. 17 1 nofyp i7
DEC.-"eThe True Cross of Christ." _____________
J'AN.-IeWas Jesus God?" Tie atest tinleg In PHOTOGRAPHY
FEB-"Loyalty to Conviction" at
BERRYMAN'S,.
50C, A YEAR. 5C. A NUMBER. oc huoust. Specal Retsto Senoes
For tote at Sheeheocs nd Stoffits
_____________________________Members of Guairantee Tiet Broes' Asso-
___________________________cetion of U..
Csy & McKeon R. R. Ticket Agency
5t Adams x. thcgo Reduced raeietoall
pois. BHanchiTe eideraccen Nea
N. Sate st AcesArbor S IChigan
REUBEN H. KEMFF,
From the Royal Conervatry
® Stutta.rt Germany,
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Musica
Composition, also the Art of
Teaching
ArP VAI E° ° Studio 22 S. Division St Ann Aror, Mis
3 Fremis{ita THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BAK
Gra 61(ce Ann Arbor, Mc.Cesptal Stock, 100,00.
ifs li Organized under the eneral Banking Laww-
eal iildlui e of this State. Receies deposits, buys and
sells echancge on tle principal cities of the
Cited States. Drafts cashed upon poper
Identification. Sfety deosit boxes to ret,
Orrenuts: Christian MacPre.; W. D.
Haerriman, Vice-res. Chas. iE. lseek
POPE MANUFACTURING CO., Cashier aM. J. Frito Asistant Cashier.'L_
HARTORD, CONN. Xetr poia
PROIDENC. Lunch and Dining Room. No. 8 N.
As Art Catalogue oi Columbas cooSe hd free Fourths Ave., between Arlington Hotel
at our Colmbi Agency, r i will e oaied or and City Office Bilding. Open all
two zc-ent ctamps. Tell,,oo, oh herelihle hours.
Hartford Bicycles, $o Sfs ;1o.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis, Props.
IT'S HARD TO DO WITHOUT ootryeeetoiTnhalarFl-t5pef
CEO. S. PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN.
Yosuhrherslieynobnsve tuhem, iconhe ansC, wruuu us ansuw1 endceelypou nbc infommaihuw yzs wansscnd
ie-. . srntecatenalogu free. aPAmKERailNCOMPASYc~, eIIe, Wi.-
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r Agecy
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