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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFICo: Times building N. Pain St., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LeRoY, 'S, Mtanging Editor.
G. B3 I.MSONso, 'i L, Assistnt
A. W. SuIH, Special, Assistant.
Wt. A. Oroos, .00 L, Assistant.
II. COL~euAN, 'g, Atheic Editor.
J. S. PEARL, '5 L, Business Manager.
Associate Editors.
I. A. Ilocer,'.5. E. L. Evans, '10 L.
E. R. Sonderand, '0. Carrie V. Smith, 'S.
L. A. Pratt,' OS L. R. Hmble, '10 L.
C. A. Roughton, '6 1). . A. Hath, '00 P.
ionic Thompson, '7.iH. i. G mmon 'S81M.
C. I1. arrel,' OS . E. Kappen'9.
J. S. inlay, '05
Subscription prite S2 5l per year, invariably
In ad vace. Sigle copies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at te ofice og the DALY,
at Stoffet's, at William St. ness sand, sith
any og tie editoro or athoried solicitors
Communications sould reach he ofice by
7o'clock p. m. ig they are to appear the net
day. Address all matter inlended for publi-
cation to the Maaging Editor. All business
commnicatios ssou d be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager.
THE U. OF M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Oil osr first iace ill bc, foud an
article rviwinig thic debate of last
Friday' night witi Noriirsvstri. As
to what is tiicc' sttd, 1theDaiy-
Wiois to say111a01 it cmson from a
thiorouigly authinicicsourceinditic
Daily ix williig to vouch for it. In
,writing up liei'dbotc for Stsrtay's
isuic tiicAsociatdris disatcbs
and a short tlgriiiiifroii the dba-
ti's were all testicw s orly pe.
Oin the strcngtih of ths, nothing was
ift to sy but to acknowiedge ens
dfoat as gracfully as iposbile, Tec
Daily dlid so, it many be said, oss-oer,
wih cosiderabic 'surtri, as a si-
tory for Northwestrn, and Oat too
aniieay on, was crtaiy uexccted.
'Wiho no iformationi to the citrary,
howvr, it wis ncessay to reict-
aiily toucede to Northwestern a som-
igly laa' spriority. Sineitic facts
iavc comie to or kiowidg, we alish
to rtract any sci broal acknowi-
edgeient of dfeat. Northwcstri
has, it is tru. wotrheIic iimiiiiii ic-
lor, but that isaliiithatcunte. con-
cdd to isr-The cliii her rctporters
senut throughout tiic coutry ilatioon
victory wao aii thit po1revaluable be-
cause welt by two against tirecfd-
aitesoeno tipescitus froisn the first
Witih nearly ten mninutes extra api1cc,
would not the two 'strongest debters
and best orators in Northwestern Unis-
v-ersity make a better shooing Ila if
that extra tiim were taken up by a
tird spaker Who was weaer tban
either of thie otitrs? There are imaiy
tings .also about the debatethat Secnn
queer to say thie least, for instance,
the moter of the judge. .Soso
rouble, it will be i'oembered, -was
hd in securing judges acceptablo So
both univer ii~esy .Nrthw trobo-
eg, to 'one or two minprposed
byt' Belogan. At last m cenwere f ud

night of the debate,, others are subti-
tuted in their plisets, wiles there was
no chance for our represetatives to
exercise any cioce. in the mattr. we
hare otinug furteitlic10saylabou the
niatter except that mxany things about
it so cc to say the least strange. Mich-
gal's relations withi Norlllsterls
hiave asays bein most cortial in
eresy say, anid it is our wisithflat they
masy1remomn so. As far as this idebate'
is concerned, so- again concde it 10
Northiwesterix. to so-ih course the de-
cision of this judges compels ts. Let
lies- then oejoice ii the victory as muchel
as she pleases. For our part ii canoot
be called in any resect sisfbactory.
THE D)EBATE AT EVANSTON.
CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAE.
hetosecos the stek(rs. Te Michiga
alsiakers do not dtoly that they ao',
sore. 'They belies-cthit the acouts
of the sdeate swrittens ty Evaoso
studnsts for lihe Chicago Ipapors do
them great injostice. on ty (ilt nt
oesribe just lihi conditions smier
swhichl the debte took pl1acc. If
Northssesteri i shieis to cress'oer her
bia iiieotry, she has tieCprivle'.g;
a statement of the facts is ill jtice
duto to tile'Miciganlsebttboer. They
arty ready to stanid Iby temiiaoddal-
leinge refutatis. They apptt to their
ecrords andt those of their conipeti tos
as plain esidecithtlt hes oecisioi
sas a' biased oie. tlad cseu oe
ichi-igans manl5stoodt abos-i'either of
thet: Northisestern mienon ileither of
their sieechles it swold not selii so
strosug- - lot they altswrt downm
togther. tollosoing are the marskiigs
given:
Dliv- Arg-
ry. mont.
I ader-------------84 95
McLean toy ------ 51---- 't8
Ifimnstis ------- 5 8
ISdei---------- 01092
hloward Oxtoby- - -55________8 59
Kfimball--------70O A00
j asier . - - - Si.......8 SO8
Winler xtby----------t!7 58
Kimball... es.........89 9
RBeoe~t-0----- 7 900
MceLean j:Benneitt-WardS2% to
lOaord.-_----0--2 01
'Bennett)------- _0 8
Roward Bnn't ao - 0------ SIR97
warsd---------100 itt
( Bennett- ......00 0
Winkler hBenett 1 - 90
tard ----- 190 55
Our New Scholarships
Commnostiiig 011 Mr-. trana's
geerous gift to the' Uniersity, the
Brooklyn Eagle says:
"Mrs. Stranahan's gift of $2,000 to
the' Uniiversity of Miciigani,i ineml-
ory of her distinguised father. the
lamnenteot Sellsitarrisoin, is asgeser-
osnis it is wise. Her acio swits re-
gard to the Uiviersity of Micign is
lot oly us itself creditable to e
humnality aind to hero'judgent, bot
it is also a means of strngtheig
one of the bet foundations of learn-
ing in the sword. It is a grcious ad
grateful testinmonial that will ideitify
her father's nane and her own with
-a benefactiocftat will be' actie for-
ever in its outflosw of god to men
and women who, in getting education
for themnselves, will e acquiring .i
to spread Its blessings among, the

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1895--
(Ciumbia l 6icycies
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DITSO"N MUSIC.
"Six Love Songs,"
By Franh E. Sawyer. Translations of Sin
of Heinoe's finest lyrics iso exqismite musical
settinogs. Heavy Paper. 70 centn.-
"COLLEGE SONGS."
Tho standard collection of College Songs.
Over 300.00t0snod. Heavy Paper, no
cents, Cloth, Gilt. $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only boot of the hinill published. The
000(00 of thoe eading colleges for women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
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Eighty-two pieces for the guitar from the
best soures. A splenidid collection. 1Bund-
ome Cover. 5O cents.
Any booh sent postpaid on receept of price.
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TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 185
Appearance of tihe original
J. C. STEWART'S
T*WO JOHNS
COMEDY COMPANY.
Heoaded by that Goliat of0 Comedians. John:
U. 'hFattyi Steowart, who 155l be seen is that
concenstrated essence of laughter
THE TWO .JOHNS.
Utz to date. A great company of dramatic,-
musicul and specialty uti-ts.
Prices, - - 35c, 50c, 75c..
Iteserved seats ono sale at 'tatts' Jewelry
Store.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK£.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1001.
Capital, $10,00. Surplus and Prefls, $40,0005
Transacts a go-seai bashing business.
Poreig,. exochanges tbought andnnld. Furnish
loessofocredit.
P. BACH P'res. S. WO. CLARKSON, Cashier-
S To arrange for private or
SPIECIAL CLASS,
lessonss in Damicng, call at
Craanger'5 .&oa~den..
Office hours hi to 1 and 4 to S.
No stairs to muount.
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTERS
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday,1its. in., Gentleman begnnersclass.
Saturday, 4Op. in., Lady heginnemeelass.
Sunday, 7:30 p. in., Advanced Clams Ladies'
anaGentlemen).
Tuesday, 7:30l p. in., Beginners. Class (Ladies
aba Gentlemen).
Private lessons by appointmnt.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE ST'
THE
Lovell Diamond Cycles
Are unsurpassed for
BEAUTY, SPEED AND WORIKMANSHIP.
Good allowanoce made on second-
ioand owheels.
rGEO. F. FISHER, Agent,;5M E. Univ. Av.
HANOSTERFER 'CTER si,
ton no

IT'S H-ARD TO DO WITHOUT csbotrmer i hT,,bJarFeel.thloepafe5St!
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