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April 05, 1895 - Image 2

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Published Daily (Sunday excepted) dunng
the College year, by
THE OD OM INDEPENDENT ASSOIAIiON
OFIE: Times building N. Main st., oppsite
post office.-
Let ev-rly subscriber of thils poper'
he on hand at the meeting of the In-
dependent association Sanurdsay nmorn-
ing. It is onsly with a good bloard
thiat the Doily cani be se essflly
condiucted aid to insure this, the posi-
tions mst be filled by the best slet
in lhe- University. both fraternity and
indeppndent.
Dr.. A. S. Warthin, who is a eon-
oisltoll on matters ipertaining to the
exhibit of old blue cbinsi, whichi tubes
pslace today, lias kinidly ftirnishs-d the
Dailly with t-e following on the lrue
significane of aesthietics as repre-
seed in thie isottr'rs art.
"Cr racme art is the chainit bintding
the youth of hei world to its old age.
The Irfnse of (lie :savage becomses
veneraible to the '-ivilia d successor.
A brokein potshierd fills the gap in
(lie eustrucetison of some teutifiul
theory of progressisn. Ass nnbrokeni
chaini-no isotter ihet ever lived can
lie overlooked-no wvare ilsrwever hisui-
hle eon be despised. To handle an
old piee of 11011ery is like shatking
besnds with one of the piionerre of
hutmlanlity aicross thes abyss of time.
Eatcl old rode ptece reprcesents an-
ids a--tilt resultls of the promptings of
a seanse of beanty. tn thlat respect it
reselibles, every oilier vessel prodneed
by the potter's baud. It has a place
in history, becansi.- it in itself is a
reorsd.
To the historical student then, every
collectioii of psotery conveys ai in-
terest as dop ao it does to the san-a
flout of art. The aesthetic side, how-
ever, is aso ltiitoriea.I in a deep way--
tbe evolution of mnu's ideals of
beanty. Chiiia collecting is not at
uner- fanlcy-it to, a compiilete edunca-l
tion. Of Horace, Walpole it was said,
"China's (lie passions of his soi."1
Oscar Wilde sighed in vain overe the
iinpiossbiliiy of "trying 10 li-c nap to1
iis bloc and white ehina"
Thu Boy Soprano Again.
14
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Mastrr Frd Elis, woso ortri
7. ~ ~ ~ ~ r Go anherhn -Alaewl
amirers whn erne sotan willks a,

THE U. OF M. DAILY.

LAW FACULTY M ETING.
COTNEDtj FROM FIRST PAGE.
wiek for ue first Seciscar. Lecurros
anid cases by Professor Htiniis.
Equity t'kniding aind Procedre.-
]Two hones a week for the second a-
m uester. Thirty lectures by Professor
Tisoiipson, the remnidr of the tiine
to be occupliedi by tie qizmltaser.
Corporations.-Twso ors a week fe-c
(lie seconsd semser. Text-book and
Scases. Class to be disided its.twoo
'RKtiols. Professor --
Evidece-Two hours a week for the
second semester. Tiiry lectris by
Professor Griffin, (le rmainder of tie
tinme to lie occupied by (le quizmaster.
This woulid gis(le scoisr yer sti-
dfiC, ini leture aiid text-hook work. 12
hourls a week. Is additins to thue,,iso
would hive Iis work wills the qui-
marsters, at least twoouotrs a week.
THtIR1) YRAR.
Constiutional Law.-Two hours a
week for tkt irst sesmestr. Thiry
lectures by Professes- Agl, (lie re-
minlder of the timei to hr occupied by
the quizmasster.
Corprtiois.-Two hoiusrs a week for
(thesecondisees ster. Tiry letures
tiy Professot- Chaumplin, the renaisde
of tlie tme to tir occiied by tie qisi-
miaster.
Jilriltrlnnie of thi'.tUniedt Sttes.-
One hour a sek-- foe the ,yert. Tirty-
lectures by Proesosr Mechems, tile'ri-
smainder of lii- tune to be occpied by
floe quizmaistetri.
DaIsages-TiwoIhoirs a week fesrtthe
firsi sera(ot-. Thirty letiues tty
Professor Hlelsr, (le rniiaindtt- of
(lie Ctie to leochuiedrby thequizsi-
master.
Etmriay LglRmdo.Two hours a wek for (le seeeii se-
mster. Text-hook. tCsiss to be divid-
ed isto two setions. MyNr. Johlsisoi.
Riquity Jurisprtiienrce -wo hours si
week fr (le year. Letres asd
roses. Professor Htiniis.
Wills oan Aminisstratio. -Twe
hours a. week for the ir-fs- siet .
Thtrty lectuires by Professor Mtecem-i,
the remainder of (le time to be seen-
puel by (tia quizmsaster.
Evidence.-tOne hor a wveek for te
first, sonester. Te-book aidasts.
Class to be divided into tso setins.
Proft-osor -
Asignisent for the Benefit of Cres-
itoss and Frauitdulet Cosveyanes.---
One hour a week for hi- secondsider'
rester. Text-book and ases. Class
Is be divided into turs sections. Pro-
fessor Knowlton.
Suretyship and -Mrtgag ,- Two
hoursaIs-eek ferr(ihe firt semester.
Thirty. lectures by Proestr Tonp-
Se, thse remiainider of (le tinse to be
ocupised by the tuizmalisttr.
The Science of Jursprndece.-Two
lionss a week for tke seceind smsestr.
Lectures or text-book. Professor
Miechem.
The third year student would hae,'
In lecture and text-book work, 12
Nours a week. tHewould hae in addi-
ion at east two -hours of quiz s-rotk.
(tt nun-resident etu~es, prosiul
primarily, for (le post-gIodates, will-
bo open to him he aie as under (le
present scheme.
The faculty resolved to nt aside a
seek at the,end of each senester for
borough witen. examinatsions, upop
ll theacwork of (e Semester. The -
new Schome also pro-ides for fibison
if (ho classes iinto setios for exT-
sook= and quiz work, eand if thie e-
nrems do nt fniplinmatter enough fitr,
egular qiz work, (lao balance of t(lie

hook; work.. It does not coisteinplatfe J S 1 R
anOy . hagein (he post:-eraduate woi-k I U T A R I E
for the nlext yeasr. Non-resident lee -________
turerls wiil he reininred. anid one, adidi-
tionsal masident professor will ho ntc- A SHIPMbENT OF

essary.I
Class of '94 Banquet.
The tirst, onl-hbrticuiiet of (lie
class of '94 wvhichi takes place, Satura vnnbd art ea -
Ssucce-ssful occasion. 1-aunsgterfers
hail hias beeii engaged for. she oxr-nt.
A. A. Pearsos;I, t. F. -1tandsus S. it.
Perry constitute;11w insitatioin coil-
mittee rand ticet-s maybtobttalied
from isuly oftherse in. 'fhirty-inueii-
hbess of tise class. aie still usncollcg-v
and with those comuisng frois Detroit,
Gramnsh Rapids auh other cities,(t-e
oeeiisg vill ssely untite mhsc spirit of
the clruss.
Aidvertise isn the Daily.
DITSON MIUSIC.
"Six Lowe Songs,"
ByFPeash E. Sawyer. Translations of 5S
ofl irinsies (et iyries iii essoisitemsia
settiogs.IHeavy Paper. 70 cents.
COLLEGE SONGS."9
The stasndrdscolecisonoh College Songs.
Ovi- 0,00 161d.O st Heavy Paper, 50

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And hser comps-iiy oh ployero, iscluding
It . IiiS. IHaIT, is
IHE *NEWMAGDALEN,
Prices, 35c, 50c, 75c, and $1..
hReserved seats ont sate at Watts' Jewelry'
Stoerm
The
Clover Leaf

"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS." Rout1e
Onlty bctsof the kied published. The ~amawaaa
sonigs ofthe leading colteges fon women.
Heavy Paper. $h.00. ADOPlese keep in mind the Toledo.;,
riJEFL COLLECTION INS1PUM[NIOL GUITHu MUSIC.' St. Louis & Kansas City R. R.,
The Clover Leaf Ronte, "Fast
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