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March 29, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

!1t"oa WPau
Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the Sollegt year, by
THE O, OF MK INIEENIENI ASSCIAION
OriCE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
pst office.
EDITORS.
H. COEuAN, Lit. '7, Mianaging Editor,
G. B. BAnnisoN, Law '5, Assistant
A. W. SITH, Lit. Spl., Assistant.
W. A. SrILL, Law '9, Assistant.
J. A. LEROY, Lit. '6, Atheic Editor.
J. S. PEA, Law 95, Business Manager.
H. W. LEVY, Law '9, AssistatL
Associate Editr.
S. B. Shiley, Lit. '9. IH. A. Dancer, Lit.'5.
E. L. Evans, Law'm. E.t.Suderlad,Lt'.
Carrie V.Smith,Lt.'l. L..iamblen,Law'05.
C.A.Hloghton,De..t'9. C. I. Farrell, Lit. 'O.
M Gilbert, Egr. '97. i.B.Gammon,Oedic'l.
Minnie M. Thompson, Lt. '7.
G. A. Ieat, Pharmc '0.
Subs( ri 7,tion price $20 per year, invariably
an advance. Single copies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the nfice og te iALY,
at Stoffet's, at State s. news sadwith any
of the editors or authorzed solicitors.
Communications should reacb ie office by
7 o'clock p. m. if they are to appear the net
day. Address all matter intended for publi-
cation to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to tie Bsi-
ness Manager.
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
- Ann Arbor, Mic.
The Daily imigt saynotb1101 lieiitoial
ly about teiinidoor met, ill ha iei
the custoimshetrtofor.. We Siall for-
terItieo s, owevr, as wo n~oIot
(luBnk i. ecesso~y. In pot yiar it
line beesi the csotois1loge iupoisil-
dents their diuty 10 attcindithse omets
anld so helpi atleics. 'Tlit let is
just as potent lhisl year. for therc is
loses'nesed of iioney dornlg(le cio-
iug atlet~ic 0iseson itan ''or beo'ri.
Itowvser, toiglfs siet is ill 10
senseo ai benefit anti is not gottsii os a
stuch. The iiidoor meet coils'tsSls
year because there is a desmands for it
andilnot s solely amon~ey-akig
sclse-no. Inibuying antilket t10 it.you
are getting more thiaiolthe valse of
your mooney anti can at he soie ime
reflect ftat y0o1 are doing goodi wihs it.
The Daily ioasipreaieta onoimber
of amsenthments o the constitution f
he Insepesdent sassochations wici will
be puhbliseduntil the cay of ile
election, 'occrrhig Aril U. Smse rd-
ical ,changes are proposeth(le ost
important being (le prpositionn to
allow fraternity nmen on (le board of
editors. To inany Intependents wise
have booms Instrumsetal in msaking
the paper a success, tils may appar
to be a meass of tucling to (le
fraternity orders, but it is hought by
those best able to judge that te' paper
can be much improved and nn &d,.
more thoroughly represenative by the.
admissiono of all sudents to its rans
agement. Then again, the publication
of a college daily by one faction ends
to-produce a feeling of antohisn
betwaeen the two cls'es of stdnn
attending (le Unive gIt Thei will
of course benmor or ls. of this em-
frendlines Whle r non at a tplatd
as sharpy IL sociey circe' as teiy
are at Micigan, but any movewbhic
will tnd to the aniolgamaon of st-

nilty ieii (o(le editorsiip of the Daiiy
will bring thieiniinmteoiassociatioinwills
Intdieendents aiiilthe result cannmiot
b. bust satisfactory (0o(ite interest of
all coincerned. Whatia it lege (sailer
id'iemnds is lii'heel slent iii the in-.
stitutison, andssisuecainonily lit'beli'
laisoed by hatving representative s fesois
btth le independents and frtlo iii-
ties. Withi this idea ini vis'w Ole
amiendimiieint tas blnoes paro'tsiedi, hitli,
if adoeid, wiil bring about moest de-
sirtile resuls fsoi' (le Daily as will
nos all students.
'95 Cantalian.
'liei-8wosk of psrintitng te 'ttotaitn
is beinig ps ,dtirapsidly by te Regis-
tr Puiilishoiing to., anid will btout1
imimesdiately after vacaitin. Notwithi-
stiandiigt(i ts'ielonet' of last yi'iir'is
psublic'ttion, it will lie exiolleild by -the
oe' of tis yeas-. There will lie over
3010 IageO s:fniatter, includsing iy
baresniumbiler' of illusltatioiisfromi
tiii best airtists of lt' Fuivereily. 'fhe
Uiive's'ritytiepartnumts ansi ergassiza-s
liens will hi' illuosaesifuliy souls
halif-toness of allthis' prisncipal lgorn-
Naotionis andtibuildlings.
'he'l ar oge'plize.soffer'sd.iby lite'
editors, hiveo haditih(leff'eettof lies'
suitnsmg(lie gre'aitest ad besitoamounit
of lite'rarcy miaiter tess' publiosd in a
U. of M.peiicaisl. Tie' list of coni-
tributiors includesnea'trly nilosith(ie
best authors in tiollege, inclutdinog s''.
eral of tin structors.
'T'ie'fermisanis sits' of the book ,N0111
iets' (lie as not.i 3ear. It will be
bounsdisiinths'newx'st131e sf lineni.
Pros. Angell at Evanston.
Presisdenit Aiigell li-ft y'esterdiay
aftes-osoon for Evanstlon, Iltoi at-
tensite moeting osithe(li esontst
tive-t of colleges and seceosidary schools
in sloenorlli-cs'isrtol states (011003'anti
tomnrrowv.
At (Isis noetiug (lie adivisability of
organtiing'ass association of uinivsersi-
lies, college's, norimal school's. scientil-
fie schools nosi acadamiis of thie
Northo-central stales ovill ber consider-
oil. This. meietinog was ctalled thsreoghi
Sb.' Michigan Schoolmnaster's club.
Presisicoil Ange'll will attendi the ban-
quet of the 'isietgo* Alumni assocsa-
tion Saturtday evening.

FOURTH ANNUAL MEET. JUjST ARRIVED
CONTINUED FROMI FIRST PAGE.
and teamsirces is «well o; othsir ASIP NTO
events.
'lbs officis otoohle, o iiig a"e:
Itefire ', Dr. J. 1B. Fitzgeralisi sO ties t in a S
MIr. t--e 'sue Fitzpatirit'k; cloth of
course, J.1C. Conensless;nsistanit, A. S'.Iron SPnINO:.
tisusuisr; judges of bioxing, Dr. Nano-
t'retl and Proet. Rolft'; jusiges of fs'se-
bog, Prof. sI ('ent siand Dr. Nanvede'; JACOBS & ALLNAND-
finsish judsges, Dr. Lombia~rtd,3. A. Washinsgton Mlock, Anns Arhor.
1.e1oy' s-soi C. 13. Bliss; tsmers, G..Fl.r. S.-See cur Show Window.
Smithll, WI. W. Woulds oaid 1(I 1 'obni _______________________
scorers, 1R. S. F~reundis and 1. "(11; THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE,.
meaosoure'rs, iR. I'. BourlandilailL.atn
M. 1' S. ASSOCIATION. ONE WHOLE WEEK COMMENCING
I will meet students wishing to join MONDAY, MARCH 25."
the Mlichigan Political Science asso-___
ciation, in the smsall room off (he cost __
senminary roonsof (lielibrary any Ia 0 0 H1-I a'
atfter-noon except Satursdny between :3 ""
and 4 o'clock. Thesnemobership fee f + f+ THE f+++
is $1, which entitles to (lie, three nuns- HYPNOTIST 'SUPREME.
hers of (iso'pnblications already is-___
sued. C. H. COOLED, Treas. Prices, - 15e, 25e, 35C..
M USIC, Reserved seals on sa'e at 'Watts' Jewelry
DITSON MUSIC.
The
"Six Love Songs,"
% 1?rankE. Sawyer. Translations ofSi Clover Leaf
of len'fietlrs'in exqusitemuia
settins. Heavy Paper. 75 cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS." Rou~te MLSLLIAMLMII
The standard collection of Ctollege Songs.
Over 300000 sold. Heavy Paper, 50o 'laeke nmn h oeo
cents; Cloth. Gilt. $1.00.plaekPismnthTod,
St. Louis & Kansas City R. R.,
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS." The Clover Leaf Route, "Fast
Only bocks of the bled published. The Line" for St. Louis, Mo., and the
songs of tlhe leading colleges for women. West and Southwest leaves To-
Heavy Paper. $1.00. leoe Union Depot at 6 p. ms.
ROYAL rThLLEION INSTRUMENTAL GSITAi MAS C," daily, arrives New Union Station
(the largest iin the world), St.
Eighty-two pieces ford letlo from thte Louis earlnetmrig
best sources. A splendid collection. Band- l etmrig
sine Cover. 50 cents.
Any book sent postpaid on receipt of price. CONNECTION WITH ANN ARDOR

OLIVER DITSON CO.,
4033-463 Wsingtonm St.. Boston.
C . B.Ditson & Co. N Y.
ZIHE IDE
4 ELLIPTIC SPRING
soiset a To try thsem Os to be
Q3N1a .convinced tht they
ore just what you stave beens hooking fom.
For rough roads.hll-clmbing and working
up a quick spurt, they sm-c uneqiusalied. Each
crank tesed to 550 pounds. Price $7.00 per
pair. 'spillfit any wheel. liefore purchasoug
a wheel examine the de Line. Will sell ont
easy payment if di sired.
W. P. DISTLER,
31 N. Uiverally ave

oand Michigan Central ;lines at
Toledo.
Buffet Reclining Chair Cars Seats Free
and Vestibuled Sleepers with-
out choange.
G. C..JEINKI NS.
General Passenger Agt., Toledo, 0.
THE
Lovell Diamond Cycles
Are unsu rpassed. for
BEAUTY. SPEED AND WORKMANSHIP.
Good allowance made on second-
hand wheels.
G~.F. FISHER. Agent, 05 E. Univ._Av

1

Wrinkle. IT'S HARD TO DI
'bise last numbeor of Wrinikle worssE .
placed on sale yeste'rday. Theemrnin-
bee1 is particulam-ly ooell stocesd will Tour dealerishtlkltoavelthem, 0f
our handsomse illustredcasasines re
ve'rse jiskes amid spicy editorialshbe- SHE"EHAN & Cs
sides a nunmber of suggestivoe sketches
touchting subjects bearing ono (ho legis-
laturo''s visit. 'Cho middlei page castoo
shows (ho mighty solons in a. slate;
of hypnotia through the nmeditumnof
'Pr 'xy's inin nec. Wrinkle's enter '- L
prlm. sliooid be rewardd y a largef
sale o tis most creeitablojnine.
Itev. Jt. T. Sunderlnd will sp alt
next Sunday morniag on "A roll ion '

MO WITHOUT, h -odru~ui r~e-hpetci
PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN.
ifhesat waieuhssmd wels~ed yu tinormsationsyou wnt and
re. PARE-ER YEN COMPANY, Jsy.. e,i.
V. Sxclusiva Agents for Ann "Arbor.'
0 Ik&B
1.000
POSITIONS FNLLE
I1t 1594.
Send far Agency,
Manual.

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