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April 02, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-04-02

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Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the Colege year, by
THE U. Hf Mi INOEPENDEKI ASSHIATION.
Gsoicn limes builitng N. Main st., opposite
post office.,
EDIT'ORS.
. H. COLEMAN. Lit. '57, Managing Editor.
G. B. Haxsixasos, LaW '9H, Assistaat;
A, W. SMITH, Lit..Spc, .Aotstlnt..
'WA. SPILL,'Law '96, Assistp;sst.
. A. LRoy, Lit. '56, Atlei Editor
.1. 5. PeAHL, Law '9, HusinessManager.
B, W. LEVY,: Law '96, Asstoant.
Associate ,cidors.'
S. B. Shiley, Lit. 'il. it. A. Dancer, LILT&M
E. L. Evans, Law 'SI. E.5.Ssrldsisand,Lit'Si.
Carrie V.Ssith,Lit.'Oi. LR. Hansbien,Law'96.
C.A.HooghtosDent'9o. C. H. Frreii, Llt.'H8.
M Gilbert, Engr. 'i7. H.B.Gamn,n.edic'sO.
Minnie M. Thomnpson, Lit. '87.
'G. A. Heath, Pharsoic'06.
So'bnrlthdn price n2M per, year,' invariabiy
in strance. Singie copies Icett.' Suhbscip-
tions mosy be left at the office of the DAILY,
at"Stoffiet's, at-State s. nes stand,with any
ofthe editorn or authorizeA solicitors.
Coinossnications should reach the offieby
7 o'ce)CR p. ;m, if they are, to appear the net
dis.'ddreoo ali matter'lntesdeld for guo1h-
cation toe Managing.E4itpr.t1 All .busisess
commnss0ications should ,be, sent totbe'Bsi-
neon.>Manager.
THE u . .11 1XLY.
- , sa Arbor, Mip. .
AsP, a tght iiave been expected, the
confefeftee 'calied by Nothweterji 'to
"refbida1' ;the footbalnti 'ltcn accoii-t
pulshfedi ,D thinig of' practicai ''impor t-
once. ' In 'the firset place, it may weii,
be, sskod-,wiiere N'ortihwestern acquir-
ed tile feetbali prewie .in the West'
thsat made it devoiven spen her te call
such, a nieeting Th f Mir from the1
first savored of demriunitien by tie'A
Ciiicago Athiotie nosecation, aned fee-
thermore ceuld nut climin te he In tihe
]elste rirse nttive of westein foot-1
bail Why the conferteie shouid r
snd someone cost to 'urge its pt re- '
forms is net' plain, "hlenl tihey 'ceuidr
Just as veii be wept litoy ai, 8e far
a~s tueebject four whii 'a lwas caiied'
is concerned, the mieting accomspisii-
oil. noRthlkg. it 'did,, hiowevera affold1 '
was rn foothoul ma nngcs a ood op e
portonity to get to'g t tl an d o som m
husines1 ' psce uies tc,, and this i
Vas iil tiia- Xi hi~M1 "iid looed
for ' <i 't tt:
Our. "onstet r af r'. ,II wh ex_
pvresses' himtsklf 'n ani'se ''gouiiinyt
tiuds notiig but innteuse i* °i 'a t;
ceot' plitoriat~pp nilibir y dribi Per-p
haps he is 'right. He, is 'n jemonnla1 j
ohieerver and his opinionitist Icarry
,weight. Ito deciares tiiat dtrili is not1
a fore, and he' "is -u ndoubtedy cor
rect '6roni is point of view.' But Ahes
fact tiiat requird work 14s 'cariried e
through does not prove that this saime
reqinired work: is iiot it' farce.'as far'
as its resdits are concerned. Wfe c
should much degdor6 tue doy when
men of twoyears e.p rli4e~ l plege i
neihftary srill should oficer ana- Aser- n
acn" army. if' the' 6eti to "make
efflcient wtiet nelhiag cuid be a '
moe perfect farce. A man whd
tows; ra)Sutt is a.f in dap "U
oepaunt of an ,n ui~tant fns 'ton I

THE U. OF M. DAILY.

place, but it is unquesiionablie that
"a -little knowledge is a . disuge'rous
thisig." If we need officers we need
more sciiools like West Point.
Tue second arguint may ice pas;?
ever. It is reiativeiy fininteriai
whether the driii take the, place of
gymnasium work or net. Tue Iiiird
point intioned is the oniy one of
sufficient Imnortnnce to merit consid-
eraation, -and we sae a littl, surprisedt
at .the, antique argument with .which
our- "constant reader" opposes it. t'er-
hops socetyin i the mifddle' ages was
more free from duels and oncosinters
tiian we today, becauoe meii went
shout armed, and it may beu that cow-
boys are a' more peaceful -class of
citizens than the average inhabitants
of our cities, hut. this. fact,. if true,
hias entirely escapeid our notice. It
may also be true that had 13dwiird
III, of England, possessed a laarger,
army the Hundred Years War isighitl
have been avoided, and if napoleon
III had been better equippied the
bloodiest war of modern history mlighit
never have occurred. And, Osrufing
to our oneu national experientee, it
mlay be, possitble that if George 11.I
had bet-n without readily artailaable
reeps, so as to beN compelled to he6ar
the opinioii of tile Euglisii people as
it partially was .expressed by til 'e 1-
chants :of London, the severity ofh'eii
American Rtevolution might have
been such as to extteciurinate tihetAm-
erican people; but, as befei'e, these
p.ossihilties. we mad failed to appre-
ciate It would he dogmiatic to cay
that things would net, have turned out
thus, and 'dogmatism 'we shaili not in-
dulge in. We are only sorry that wve
cani point to no 'case where a nation
has carried ,onCbiii policies of ariiy
and no iriny simultaneously, no that
tue reiative efficienicy could be deter-
minedi.

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VICTOR ATHLETIC GODS
I are daily demonstrating tbeiesnsperi-
onity. It has been osr sins to mlake
the bent, and we have succeeded-so
we areasured by a critical psbiic-in
mtahing our line of Baseballs, Mats,
Gloves nod Mitts, Tennis Balis, Bla' is
ets, Net, Baxlog Gloves, Footballs,,
etc., the leaders is quality.
BUY VICTOR ATHLETIC GOODS.
OV9ERAN VWHEEL 1C6.
Misters of Victor Bicycles.
Boston. Phhlaselphla. Dairs(lt
New York. Mhicago. Denver.
FActr 10 c{AsT:
Sanolranelsen, aes Angeles, Portland
DITSO MUSIC
"Six-Love Songs,"
By Franh E. Sawyer. Translations of Six
of liems's ii nest lyrlcs Is exqusite smusical
settings. l'l avy Paper. 70 cents.
"#COLLEGE SONGS."9
The stasdcdcoiiection of College Songs.
Over 300;000 sold. Heavy Paper, 0
cents; Cloth. Gilt. $1.00.
"iCOLLEGE SONGS FOR IRLS."
Only botk of the hind published. Thej
songs of the leading colleges for women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
,11IYAL riD1LECJIOH .IKSIRUMFHIHLCIJAd MSIC.'1
Eighty-two pieces for the gsitar from the
best sourcen. A .splendid collection. Hand-1
nine C over. 00 cents.
Any book-sent postpaid on receipt of price.

JUST -ARRIIVED 9
A SHIPMENT OF
gents' Fine ITan Shoes
JACOB S,&-ALLMAND'
Washington Bin k, Ann Arhor.
P.' 8.-=See our Show Window.
THE GRAND OPERA HOUSEr.
Wednesday, April 3rd.
* ENGAGEMENT OF
ROSE COGHLAN
And Br Great Compsny of Flay rs, under-
siikfrthe Ifrotiebere, &i?-
dos's mint powerful play.
Prices, 35c, 5007 750 a~td $1.-
Reserved seats on sale at Watts' Jewelry
Store.
T he
Clover Leaf
Route
'J Pesse keep dii msiod'the Toledo,.
St. Louis & Xanoas City, tR.t,
The Clover Leaf Route;, "Fast
Line" for St. Louis, Md., and the
West and Southwest leaved To-
ledo0t'Union bDepot at; b:~ s'
daily, arrives NeW Union Sintion
(the largest iiM the world S, ,
Loots early next morning.
CON NECTIORN WITH ANN' ARBORL
and ?Vichigan Central lines ait
Toledo.
Buffet Reclining :{hair Cars Seats Fane-
and Vestibuoled Sleepers with-
ou t change. .
G eneral::Passenger -Ag, Tolsdot, 0."
Love.lliamrondcycles
A-re dsfxrassed foar
BEAUTY, SPEED.,AND W01MMIOANSHIP.
Cood allowance sadeonsecond.-
bE. and wheels,
GE. FISHEHI, Aot, 55 E. Univ.Av

Comt~uriiction.4153-463Washington St., I
Editor tU. of M.t. Daily: C.'B. Ditnon a
Dear Sir-Knowving the sii'.t of lib.
ev ality n'ichm prompts 11, IG'eseiit V' A rooren jf
'idi cOral beard of the Daily Co giv~e P 1,+s
rolece te al1 troper viewas of cur cult EUT,
topics, I venture to make the follo* - 1fl
in0 exiticisims oii the recent editorial b To try the
in regard to mnilitary: insta ection in convinced[
thisscoL 'as 'sJans wr ,usat . 3.5 nu avebnen]
For rough roads. bill-cimbinga
The Daily argues :oil ibree hinres, up a quick spsurt, thlye nnq u
crank tesed to 550 pounds. Pr!
that mxilitary drill; "has; sorovt'd an pair. Will fit any, wheel. 'leflore
' a*wheel examinethe Ito Line.a
arrant farces in other collerges," :that easy payments if tdenired.
its -pacei i filled- by the gy'nnansini,
that it tendo ton~ard x. elilitarysnm-.a to p _p
[Iree mit policy ofthe 'gorernahellt ftc"$e- D0 SBSC jRIB ?OW
plored by ulmanipthoughitful :people"
11he se charges are titerally nonsense
t0 any one n'hzo tmfierstondcs the pe r. IT'S HARD TO 0
plose lied ihistory -of this, moementCE . 1
by iii government Slaving been a
student for lxvo years at a coihege with
miliarydcii, shereit realer isielyoaveothem, tf
coompu)isory siitr-ril' ahr6 t u andome illustrated a talogue fri
a'oas exactly opposite to a farce' anUi SHEEHAN & C4
knowing pertsoii'lly of 'ather 51 cO
schools, t emphatically dney the Genst"
chiarge.
Seeon p.ly ;thrim' ihitary drift is not
ited ' tO ttheopiaec frte gm-
'111loin on to i's'e enough 11 seti-enI
wo' kin h h s lig offa i'-toltagnco
I lmr enough for.0 Ol, rmly incase
theyshou1d beaeded
Tird'ly, tisis' not a, St I - ord '
enltlt n ';bua' a s wy frM
it. ,We'are fa les,' s k'oa way
rhoe we' ateso.ppsition to ralsesa'l

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thai tey
looking for.
. dwvrhinl
led. Eac
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tlcba~~'oo
Woiiell

no h Lawn'twriteos no e'llhisled yoe uit'frmsatonyes xsalnt.sod
'ae PARKER PEN CNOtFANsY, des i
0. Exclusive Agents for Agnu Akbos.

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