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May 10, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Publ shod Daily (Sunday excepted) durlsg
the Collegn year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
DeFICE: Tiner building N. Main sC., opposite
post oefice.
If tli ' C'omiedy clib entertainment
toniglilbriimgasaoit thei'crowil it ide-
aervia, tlii'will lot be rooimiiingli
ini Cli opera hause to liecomiimoiial
thi: numilber'. It wanld atein almost
iieedleaa to elnnierate the reasotn
why toiilit'a ciiteri'oiiiieiit shiuld

Communication.
An yen hsce voilie' ant of your \way
oil ci TY (iiielsiontolIC) ttack lhe CDe-
troit Lvoiilig 'News'it Wou~ld peri-
h~apis s0 tillwise ItoireplyCitolyoui' ii-
torhal iii yostotday'a (itionil. I .1111 1lo
risaliltsilI 101'r all tlii LIitieles thit
hlivo ipealed frlneiiknii Arbor in l
iliC itpitea'i.n01(1on tlhiocasioii will'
defend only li ' si-eitlei'l " abneti.'
story," for wiieli t aiii leapo il
11n11hay.' iio io Cit t hatiavii
at beiiaain-s; 'ato tin' g-rliliC d nut
!I'xiigiiited iccouini the ('hic ji()
Rlecoid, C know niothinig about it.
Niiw, Ia to Clie veracity ef that aeti-
el" ' C will slaite thatit it CCi lC -ub-

AW -~VICTOR LEAGUE BALL' __
r*
r*
* The Victor League Ball
(W in mode of Ike fCnest materials and will
givegreter atifacithan uny other
* Victor Athletic Goods i
are favorites umongithe athletesa und Itie
Vitor traide-mark in a guarantee of ihe
*finesi duality.
* OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
r* Makers of Victor Bicycles.
*Boion. New ork. Ditoit. benvr
PCIIC COT:05
r* Sun Franciso. Loi Aogles. Portlanit.
M. STAiiiiii-:, eit Vii. (ti-tington
DITSON MUSIC.
"Six TLove Sni

PNEUMATIC BICYCLE SADDLES,
"Tue efeet" Infliaable 'adle, pireventIn
fliolin-, Numneses and Saddle Sorenesa. The
ilCeapes, Easiest t~liiiigSaddle ini thie Wortd.
Fare Meii. Wiomen aiid Chldreii. Cireulars-
Fiee. Addess,
PNEUMOATIC SADDLE CO.,
107 Chaiiiers St., New Yoirk.
This space is reserved.
for the Grand Opera.
House.

be nvlII paitroniziedl. Cltsionld ittrat s tanice, aiid that I hosve in ''onq loee
thie lailics of the Uniiversity tartictu uat yi(ioftaintudent oniawhgm the
latuly b canoe it is a bienifit Co their "jok ' wa ldayed Cto li satle iditor
giymIinsiumi. Aa it to alsi a benefit Co of the Ne-\i-. F nrtli-i, if Icouelid
C'th aeball atiirock eamu, Cie is not subsanaitiate Cli atory. CI55oulil
itlilllie eion for itinb:hug lalCoeiiiztile(p1cCt my diisa~l friniitiait pile r.
liy the men of Cetheeity. 'An h,, Ili t.ly.CeaiteCli tiiao
at erresl(((, ut i wC(itn"I.i 0story
linially it: shoulid lilpatron~ied b 1y tte sc-li ,,on udr (cnldl-lCIC
ostol:C lUni elaity, lieli.'i it O iis u- hut it tec-ogizo~s "iedititvof the
iernking hat ldeerves Cii proser.at. i. Valpl0'of today to pCin tlbti 1,A,--
It is iftCCIIaiked wily licliig~in cannot an11 1 - tinoiws." '_thatthilieon
havea dannticclublik th "hstyin 'lhonii by tlb'fact ttitiiwa-s
PuCddng"'it. IIlanvoerd, Ihe "Maland11b y io A-oat A iI'il IC aioil iwo
less utli Ca iell gen bthitii-11g. duecoltmiiia. 'Ili editolr o1 li.' Ia ity
niiiall. lIbre is n tteimptlii(Cto estib- talks nif hleI\' wCie soul.(((1kw omt
llieasici a (club1, landiCit in to(be(.ropedi reiCiiClci-iCr oCfarnieri-wh o(Ci-s, not
lcog;nize Cpi oweirful iilttllllle '
hat it will net li 'a fa(ilurei. oIoftnesprinurnoln
chtillzeafioii. ICtnCii'Cis"e h lli'i0tilti'
and lateinuisaillingtoie Ceeie'iltl-d iniwriting Clie actuldin~lg s(if 'thle
intnicaoei todaly (someiparlsiof attwhichk(is11)11ll'l"ii-irep, Ifit ih Iihi it ti (x-
it would1 iiuiihilpCef.=C le havi' heft ul wy
tainted( i Chin comi nicailiitiioi, Cliy Cdi- to lise (hOC Celty aliell5(1asnhil apoge
condesl'iicndl Ce make elyll'tCit. 'Ie conlict as i-l l(ii'haote. The Cii' liilit
Diladigily nt lieed Niwa intl otn l(nw, aiiilthii'unliterCsityl5' inoiliCe-
crusde aains -th New andits or l pit liiii Cii hidi'up iidsgusiin ig tse
n-ondiil:llit, but siimply statieilfactsIt 11alion ii n tnitoerious, fact forearisC
an itsale thii'ndtini t tinll secian ii s notioriiouslet ithiiCi'aie 'iltici
them. An hoe thie' authorshipt and au- I '~ilit e nyh e iti Ci
1teally eveyityeinstili~ituinofthe
Clitilcily (if thiiseatlteiol ripotrts aih i c-ln'll hleliiyC i
piublishedh inithe News, it c -ainly in lulge ini lideuanoid uausntillg- liik
niv be coirnerieili. Cliee spoiindci -Itiscl( Ci iuiumi ior tatetef li ,Al
ml~ i-har-gin them Co lhe'state teditil'of 0o1'rlUniveirsity, wshen li li-ginla
livi' party wanhart-, hiad prepai'Ii
((I li 0(iii' (li~itlC, nd li liiliC lit i f liscr. notherui.'potino
itself chorgas Chem Co its ('o0rent('il- t(ehi-lumainliantomlly Co fill tClIioli
ctl ICtiwouilhi'eviry iltclmaiilg to hpi(('hi'l0.buiii li I' foCulatetI'for tC~
gil the satl- iditor' ainilhis t((tt a- gooid nililitof o(( lail ateruuali
po(uin('itoethiei'ant ascei-ainoilefiii- iiot vmittChit'aniiomicl lhabi-ratory
itel ifth~~e sorig siratlg ~x)I t ozen:uaof lawss'tudient.-,arenishnilarl
iC(ly f hii'n' loilaat~ili' t(((i-tret('ill(1 (vity yeair. Tii'he itof: a ar
tanieouly Cte b 'ilig, ieic' aeiis in Chit 10(dii'Ol li'pailtinilnt hav
.-ei'uiiighy ignieranutiof heir oiiuilO. AC knowvn Chteefaetsa, ndtl(tthi y liii
pirisenitthue Daily hiaso nothinug funrthii-i' ieu'.r takuuaoiy a us ta hevtisii
Co saiy exept to ti'iteraite %nore Bati- thiimu.
phaicllyit wiligi: s t stndby Anti nosw'if the- tecentip~ublicationi
~ha~coly it ooilhiigi an o ooiu 3by ?inthue No s,shaol aiervei'to have
Chit ettitorial of lent et lil' in siubtoane ossukeno-d inithiese ssorthiy priofessors
ani( i t il. Wi' aire uiore' ihan, osill- .oa.ptr~obe'uioi',(,ofthiritdully no an Co
lng Co hliste Chie veirdCiu i'hicti lhIit(''prevnt5'ita lip--Ctioiu (if thChi-ciourihh,
tt that. Unisersity at larg--ihand to silt- okes.,Clihonmuc-ihibued eorresondenthii
mnit thii'conimunuicatioiu ofboy swith- oill take' iiore osatifactioni ats-hat
lie' liaontthoelIesahiagihog;Cklitor
out furlier Comiiienut, f -ctling Coti- of Clot Doily withi all hula hypeeritota
dent thiat otur pasitioin usl1 be i1- disly of virtuie. t mnight acrmd, ai
prosved. thooughi it is so wsell kniossn, Cthaf edi-
tons of Chi.t Doily have svritt,, -uuot--
Resv. Erestn D. .-Burton, hieatd pro. rageotus senusotions anud afterssards
fessai' of 'Ness Te-ian:'nCt iteritur'seased their conscience Chit iext day
and It.,-'rhretation ili lue Universilt. by comning ont aiid roaestinig t1hiun-
of Chicago, is expected Co hpreachi in selves.a a Dr. Jekyll and Mr.Clyde.
the First Mitptist. church on Sunday And noss let mne say a ovo rd i ns-
morning nett. f CONTINUED ON THIRD PACE.

By Frank P. Cawfer. Translations of Six FIRST NATIONAL BANK..
oh lli'iniiest Cyi lisin ec isitmi ca
settings. Heavy Paper, 79 cents. Ft ANN ARORi.
fUE~ot "CLLEG SO~y~epS"Gegaiied 18i3.
COLGE CaU. tpital, $10000. Saiplus and Peofits, T40,000.
Transatsi.a(geneeal bunking buisiness.
Tue sanmdaed collcion of College Conga. Foeeig esehaiges bought andsaid. Farnish
Oven 1001000 'old. Heavy Paper, 50O(esters ofcredit.
cents; Cloth. Gilt. $1.00.
P. ClACII lees. 0.iW. CLARKSON, Cushiee.
COLLECE SONSS ECR UPLS." To ilrran(ge her hprivaheo o
Oily hol of hie ind published. Tie SPECI L CLAS
sog o teledngcllg s rNon us - -
Heavv Paper. 1.0.t~ .1A 'L S
11E1gYAL hILL[IICN IP;S1LI[ '[h;T(L LLiUMSIC lessons. itincua~en caill at
'Cz'anger's Aoacle=ny.
Eiighty-toopieces tfir thuetar fiomit01
bent souarcia. A spleiidid colletion.iRand- Officee hoiurs 11 Ce C aind 4 to S.
ome0 Cover.50 cents. No ntairs toh mont.
Aiiylbook t ostaeid oiireeipt, ofprie
OLIVER DITSON CO., MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S.
4.,3-4(:3 Wcshliiiii C Cn -t.hUshon. School of Dancing and Delsarte.
0. Ii. Ditson & Co. N Y. Saturday, 10 a. ni.,Gentlemansbeginnerselass.
Saturday, 4 p. m., i.ady beginnera ciass.
ionday, 7:ia p.om., Asdeanced Classu(Ladies'
T em~ l S ecal A naileo ,mo.
QTuesday, 7ftCup. m., lBeginners Class (Ladies
Te pliSecatuse lieobpoitet
SAVE SAV[ SCHOOL 46 . STATBE ST180:%'_$ , LoelDa ndC c s
-~Areeunsurpassed foe
By byin a empe Secil uBAUTY, SPICED AND ORKMt~ANSHhIP.
I~y ayiig a empl SpellilGood ailow-ane node oii second-
STRICTLY HIGH GRADE ! C hindiiils.1
Exbmne tis whlc befoee purchasing. your GED. F. FISHER, Agent, o5 .Uiv.Av.
,.,a ount.
J. L. MEE& F. P. CUTCHEON, DE C2ATR ,
0000CC. on sat
IT'S HARD TO DO p WITHOUT coahuedrui Tuar Fe-teerir
CEO. S. PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN.
Tour dealer islily irtohae emirone hasn't, write usand we'l icud you tne infrmatioun youuiane ad
ou haadsomae illustraedcataloue Coee. PARKER. PEN COM'PANV, Janavhhh, Win,
SHEEHAN & CO. Exclusive Agents for Ann Arbor.
The Fisk Teachers'Agenricy
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355 Wabash Ave., - - Chicago, Illinois.
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