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May 04, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-04

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TIE U. OF Al. DA"LAT.

this sort about the ivrsity. lwe '6 YOUR OUTINO B0 Td PICTURS
. O 4 41 a liu+ at', no hesitation in saying that those JJIOXIXflO JOLHB.
_- who have aisittd Itn spre'o~iig suo

the College ye, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OriCE Times building N. Main st, opposite
pst office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LolY, '6, Mtanagng Editor.
t. B. FIAseisON, '50 L, Asitatot
A. 5v. Puic, Special, Assistant.
W. A. SiLs, 'Oil L, Assistant.
If. COicos, '7, Athletic Editor.
J. S. PER, '.0i L, Esiness Manager.
Associate Editors.
H. A. Dancer, 't. E. L. Noss, '01 ..
E. R. Sasilerland,'0. CarrirV. Siiit, '5.
L. A. Pratt, '. L. It.ilamblen, .00 L.
C. A. Hougton, '01. G. A. liath, '6 P.
Mli,i OTompo, '7. I. 1. Gammon '0 M.
C. 11. Psinecl, '8. S. . Kuappen'N.
J. S. Fiilay, .08.
Subsciptiona price U50 per year, invariably
nadvaiice. Siigo copies 3 cenits. Subcip-
tionss may be left at the ofice at the DAsIL,
at Stoliet's, at William st. nces staii, with
any of the editors or atioriized solicitors
C'oiouiiiecatios shold rach th office ty
y o'lor.th p. i. if they arcioppia'iCtion'xt.
day. Adress all matter i tededc for pbli-
cation to the Maiagiig Editoir. All bsiiess
Communicatlio should be snt to the Busi-
ness Mlanager
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
AiiiiArbor, Mich.
IRecptioni ts winner of oritricot
cotest, 1. 11. Mys, at Miieligali C is
teal 01t1025 onight.
tOcio lor,' Micigan bhastprovdi lie
sueriiority ini oraory ty tie Victory ot
T. 1. Mayo initie NiieihruOl'e atoccal
fleaguei'ltigt. For the fotrti
tiniein live yiesliut'represesnativi'
has woin tirstioio, a r coid ovhic
itay wellI makieill trelliSof orora(el-
torical tdepartenlit. All hoor, thn.
to li. -ays andtto 'eof. Truebitioodt a1
well, wiloocutitring laos have niolti
thelea~gte' a1111lilt will' Mi1chigans
shiare in it a suc css. Whe111fi. leaiy
returns tinight, thii'whloe Uiversity
soutld geetimhu lt 1the ildepot al
Showe 111111 our atpreciation of his oti-
In commnentingiuponlthehar~e-facet
falsehoootiaboulit alimlaginay meile
studrent, now going te rounds of m11re-
liatldetewoalies, ysteday's Daily
faiil-it to state that till'tChicg Rsec-
ord'sre guliae coespiondenltcher1was
in'tio oay iliitcatdt witti the i-
patch qutoted. Thre was little tdatger
of his beiing ccsed of it, however,
toe all wvho arc converant with news
papie affairs hiee uidrstnid futll well
front wvhat source such falsehioo
coni. There are several reasons why
a correpondetiitliirsort to sci
news. Ii the: fist plcf', hispiipier
may he of the "lEvening News" stalill
and dmndra such stuff. iFurther, te
loan himlf imay heelItitle too lazy to
look up fats to sndt to il a pe or so
ot of lottfli with the aInv2,,sily adi
student life that le is really inconhe
tent to write repres nttivSUnivesity
news. In any ase one who will'rv-
sort to such things for the sae of p
few cents is deserving of odial ostra-
cism hy his fellow studetns. here is a
good field for a University press club,
which shall exert its influence in pr-

replorts are to a great extetit, resonsii-
ble for the hiostile attittude of liie higis-
lattice toward the Univ-ersity ando the
consequent crippitlig of its resoturecs.
MIICHIGAN VICTORIOUS.'
CGNTINUEDI FROM FIRST CAGE.
W, aiiierig Je."~ The method of
treatmtisci of tiii s twoeorators, lie.
twl«ard ansui i. Hanson, wats stik-
igly similar. Each disclosed th10
glomy history of ancienti andi modern
pllrs'cuitioni if the Jeivs. alldSe ach
tiredtictedithit'fulture rinstate nient of
lie Jew a11111till'remiioval of society's
liat upon iimii. Sn closingl'Mr. E'lward
said: "'lii tligic story of thi won-
Iteilg Jewl is itrawing Is its dell's,
fole humiianity is learning Ph 1iii an-
nn'of tilecoinniandinent, 'Losve'thy
neighbtor as thyself.' Truithi11111jill-
1ti1' 1a111tieleo1(e1'of 101111 forle11.i1
Last Night's Freshman Banquet.
evillogwats a viry' ciJoyaili' ofl.-ir,
bult ill the'l iitiiig'iiint didt e( ~
fit to Oadmiit Iarepreel ttive l o'If liiiir
saty that the followlling ptlrsgi'illof
0010111 wall carriedi slt: 'lii ' I i ,
11'. T. Rick; Idependntsit, '1. J..We'd-

ONE THOUSAND MILES OF LAKE RIDE
AT SMALL EXPENSE. 1
Visit this Historical Island, which is thes
grandest summer resort on the Great
Lakes. It only costs about $13 from
Detroit ; $15 from Toledo ; $18 from
Cleveland, for the round trip, including
mieals and herbhs. Avoid the heat and
duast hy traveling on the D. & C. Hoeeting
pollaces. The attractions of a trip tt the
Mackinac region are unsurpassed. Thle
island itself is a grand romantic spot, its
climate most invigorating. Two nosy
sleet passenger steamers have just been
bucilit fur the upper lake route, costing
,300,000 each. They, are equipped with
every mndern convenience, annunciators,
biathirooms, etc., illuminated throughout
tiy electricity, and are guaranteed to be
11he grandest, largest and safest steamers
in fresh water. These steamers favorably
compare wulh the great ocean liners in con-
-,truction and speed. Four trips per week
btwieen Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Macki-
iso., St. Ignace, Petoskey, Chicago, "Soo"
Marequette and Duluth. Daily between
Cleelandt and Detroit, and Cleveland and
Pat-in-Bay. The palatial equipment
mllites traveling oni theme ateamers thor-
ouigly enjoyable. Send for illustrated
de'scriptlive pamphlet. Address A. A.
ICtIoANT, G. P. A., D. & C., Detreit, Mibb.
DITSO4J'N MUSIC.
"Six Lovo Songs,"
iiyl'eaiitiE. tawyer. Teaii-iotioos of Ste
of ileioc''.finiest lyrics ito elo~iStiemuia
settinigs. Heavy Paper, 70 cents.,
"COLLEGE SONGS."
The sanodardl collectio,, of College Son,=s.
Ovrc3001.100 soili. Heavy Papeor, 50
cents; Cloth, Gilt. $1.00.
"COLLEGE" SONGS FOR GIRLS"
Oely tiec, of the tild'publilshedl. loe
soisofs the leadingioll'etec for iloweo.
Heavv Paper. $1.00.
11IE{AL L111UON IUiRMIAL E EITU MUVS G.
Eigh~ty-twoo pieces foe the guitalr hronlie
bioti sources. A splenidi collectioni. ilsiii-
01110 toter. 50cents.
Any bookiEocut postplaidl ciireceipt of irice.
OLIVYER .DITS.ON 00.,
453-463 Washington St., Ilniisss,
C01 . lltiso & Co. N Y.
THE Adz ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ann Arbor, -Mich. Ctli Stock, $50,000.
.iclai, $150,000.
Organize eohr ttio'1Gener al Baiikit g iLaws
)f this Stare,. tRec'ivs-idephiosits, tboys sand
fel xhn.eoil tie eriiipi l cities of the
UlltedStsrs. tiirftis esshiednoniiproper
ileintificlotioll. .Safiety depoit loxes to rest.
Girer~ices: Chrisotia lacli, lres.;5W. 1).
i..ishier..1J. iuiAssistanit Casi.
WibdE---i.F'TYTXEOD ,
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAiLO ING
Cainer of Seate and leilteam sts.,
Wiluhu istoi entaie

PNEUMATIC 'BICYCLE 'SADDLES,
"The Perfect" Inflafable saddhle, prevents
Chafhing, Numbnessa'tSoddlr Sorenes.The
thea p cot, Faiheist Riding Saddlhe in te W'lorld.
Por Vieoll omen, snd Chldren. Circulars.
Free. A'ddress,
PNEUMATIC SADDLE CO.,
s07 Chambers St., Nen' Yoek..
THE GRAN D OPERA HOUSE,.
SATURDAY, MYAY 4, 1895..
Herbertc + Cawthern
COMPANY OF COMEDIANS,
Uaunler the sohohuecencoe of Ii. S. Mitchell,
in chiceuew frel' comedy.
'A CORZK MAN."
111eehetilly f a ii',Each one
Prices, - - 35c, 50c, 75c..
Rieserved seaits 00n sate at Watts' Jewelry
Stoic.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK..
OF ANN ARBOR,
Oganhizled h8t3.
Capital, $1010,00. Surplus and Profits, $40,000.
Tranesacts a general banhing business.
Plorrigo excthangeCs bought anid sold. Furnish
!eiiirsoef cediit.
P. B3ACh hPes. S.01. Ch.AthhS0N, Cushier.
To adrrdige ior private or
SPEOCIAL CLASS
lesos Oill Daticincg, call at
Crangcrs Acadezy.
Office hones 1110o 1 and 4 to 8.
No stairso ho inount.
MIRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S.
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday. 10 a. m., Gentleman beginnerselass.
eaturdaey. 4 p. ts., Lady begiiiiers clasn.
Mouay,.r :b p. is., Advaned lass (Ladles'
ana Genlemen).
Tuesday, 7:301p.01., Beginners Clas Ladies
anaGentermen)l.
Presseate es., 7byappoiutment.
SCHOOL. 46 S. STATE ST
THE
Lovell Diamond Cycles
Are ausurpasoied for
BEACTY, ShEED AND ORKMhfANSHIhP.
Good allowitnice made on seeond-
hiaudiwieels.
GEO. F. FISHER. Agetit, OE. Oslo.Av.
HANCSTERFERICTERER,

A thih~ties, 5:. 1B. ('Ilthiiil 'lie' hFacllty,
Richarlet loathi s; l-Girls, C?. It.

W'rigt; 'hi -,,,loys, Eva lA. 1H1th; Tilt
voluhhoiiho', C. 11. Woodrufit; YTio
fBrtiwn. Ii. A'. Staliond d cted ll
tollhs tin aster.
7111' nounlCcienlt of oil ' Summoie
Se-hostldcourse iln tenierlt lyseihilogy
shostul not read "110 dredit," btit twlo
hourser cdit. tItEtt IEMEC.
BICYCLES!? BICYCLES S
GlIVEN AWtAY!
If yosu ioito hbiy a Bicycle at $101
to $10 disceounlt fromliregulhar prics
etolie and sei uo.
tare dcinseth youi Monarchis, Imp1herilsh,
Rlihgs, iarvssi-tia , Actchs, heainell,
Liindsauys, har-ho,'t'ribuniiesilandlne'a-
ly ety' makite on the inarktet at re-
dutcdphricts.
Also a fulltineiicof hlidies'ovheeols.
i.,audis, seiiehus1a0piostal atiudos-cso-i
510 have made arralgemnts to see
puirchaoses at thi" Daily officeony
igiht for thie nmxttwiso wst from 6:30
to S o'clockt.
THE CUT HATE CYCLE CO.,
U. of lI. Daily Office.
Temn~ple_ Special.
$18,0. x=__ ~$180
By buying a Temple Specil
STRICTLY HIGHU GRADE !
Examine this wheel before purchasing your-
'95 mount.
I I uceP. c nI.IIrnhICnu

IT'S HARD TO DO WITHOUT ctiheiuntidfaiTubudarFfed-leperf11~
CEO. S. PARKERt FOUNTAIN PEN.
Yordelei ikein to aetemi ihasnt,cwiienusaed we'l edyoustelinformiion ysowntnd
sue hadsoilustrateid ctloueifrio. PARKER. PEN1 COMPANY, Janeamrll, bite.
SEEEAN& CO. Exclusive Agents for Ann Arbor.

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r1 01OHSK& coo
1000
POSITIONS FILLED
IN 1894.
Send tor Agency
Massual.
Ssestsos New York
Chicago Los Angeles

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