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May 14, 1895 - Image 2

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4 r, ~ THE U. OF 1. DAY[LY1.

Pubished Dalily-(Sunday excepted) during
the Colle-Es year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFFICE: Times building N. Ma'in t., oposite
Bost 5 tire.
At a mieetling of the Daily board.
held( last niight anoither frat,reity
member was adldedl to the list of edi-
tors. Mr. L. Ri. Haisblen, having
joissd is fratrsity, had frfeited Ihis
llosilion on the board as an indrpne-
sot meimbe r, bist wao elctced back en
as a fraternity menmber,
Just at the piresenst time thio Univer-
sily is cossiderably slirret tip by the
iiscuissioin over oriloationlil reports
sent from here, a sbject which is at-
tiracting the iattentioin of both faculy
aid stuidents. This same tiing lhis
ocreid before, and praltically noth-
log has coin', of it so far. II sins
to liie Darily fihst the time has now
rome to crystalliz e ii, liisent wide-
spireadl sentiment against 010111elt mis-
rrlsintalidon of the Unirssity and
to phst a stop In tbe matter. Antd it
lites entirely within the power of the
studtents 'tbeinselves to ito this slnd to
do it effectually, withouet tue neeid of
initeveiitioin by IbeN faculty. The
ranes are oextreme iideei -where one
or a fewv stuodents care to ron counter
to the sestimielst of the entire boity of
.stuulesits, ZIrosileti -it filds lrg~el 1an1
vigoro-us expressioii. In the piresent
instance, 'the best. channel for the ex-
pression of Ibis sentiment wonid lie a
sounidly organsiz~ed and thoroughly rep-
resentative university Press Club, or-
ganized in the. interst of the entire
University aind not entirely for per-
tonal pleaisure or profit., Sorb a club
wonld, if propeily mnaged, exercise
a judicious cenisorship over the news-
paper interests of the University, not
otffiily, to be sore, but by virtue of
fbi' fact that it represented lihi -sn-
di,"ots of Michigan aud their wishes,
If this w-crc all that such a press chubi
conld do, its existenice would be more
than justified. But tbere are many
thler tiigs that could be accomlp-
lisped to further University of Mich,-
igan interests. First of all, as we
bave said, it should see that list Uni-
versity is not iiisrepresented by any
niewspapers, and lb 'n it should see
that the Uiniversity is adequately rep-
resented in all oe-syspgp ers both inthia,
state and lsen-here, If all tudents
from this state would' see to it that
their lscal. plaiers are fui'nished every
week willh live nesws as to whviatis
being accomnplishied at the Uiniversity,
we should not again see so deplorabie
anaiguorisnee of n-hat n-e a? doing
bore and what n-c need ,ao has" ap-
peared during the present' teghilative
session, The opportunities to boneflt
the University tbrough uewspapaet's
outside of the state also are number-
less, Some of the things that Could be
accomplished by such a club have
been suggested, ansd Ike Daily, hopes
to see soire such plan of organiation
carr~ed 'through.

A Game With Princeton-
While'tin' opportunity irimains of se
crinig foottll gans with easitorni
rob'gs -net fall ichigan sold at
once embrae' it Asraei'coies
from1 Coinmu that she wilinot sint
ii r selevl'ilagaisni to Detroit to play
'Michigan, oii thi, grond that tist-
ti'anea is 1t(1 greatThbisiimdditioii to
certain iisie fats reider the poph-
ory 'reasoabe that nve iv' playd
eurrlast gailiewiths Conellillint'
niest.,'fTie truth of the lmaltteis nt
wilisili the pist few' yeas Corn'llas
acuedlil''Istich a ipsitioll ii e-lUiel
,i~llitiet thatstill'hlas io ifiulty ii
o 'mring gamlessitb tin' bet teans of
;th' (catt. As this has 11 come trill'till
feeling lisa ineiaseit at Itilacliagainst
looking to till'west for gilmle,'Nw,'
unleess Michigan an scre a. positioi
aniloniglii'e ast n instilsitons stim il
findt heseltomeoiilldin iite near
ftre to play exilsively with wst-
ern1 tamis-anil Siriiivi' shih is
roost dec'idei'dly not it'sirei. With her
sh'oiiu ld make, ibl tr tiki'tils oi-
lug sa 11. Cat'ltig heir eye abet for
"DOWs'sorlds to conquser" stilokslil
withigrealt yearingtowagronld alie miiii
t'uincetuint'rincretloseonslibel't11111
hlllf lieiieii this s-ear ihigan oi
Ill 'te 1 h11 ndlltotmily exet nearly
every niii5iibllcik Oilthe fieldelrlyinet
fal provsii'd aibig eastern gmile is an
alssured tiing. To -wini fom Price-
ton is to establish 001' iriputationl ii
tihe est Commnilticiatliiionsh iggi-
realty tben opened with Princiton
wsordis itsent that a gaise may i loat
at the eesreet time, This is a colles-
slon p1111 'ind stili. Ne'ots'atioii,
we tndeustmnd, lre iis danger of
breakiog downi t this jucture simply
becausi' trinetonl cannot giarainte
a." sntliciesml anionoitoiscloer our x-
iienses downiithee.'
Willh 111e'Aleic tieaaoitin well
ahieaid of all liabilities Ave call afford
to go to P'inicetoi, even though we
lose' money. Cornel hut folowd isst
suich a policy for yars wih the b,,sI
of' results. It should be toougly
uudestosetthat the :Athletic assorts-
ion is not run to iiiste lmoney.',Wills
such a prize' in sight as a ictory from
Priiicetoi, cannot the most shod tsight-
eli plreive that it 'old b" wse to
illsrt it little moneyhIer, relying coi
tile proceeds of wsrini gaiies, il, if
lleceSiry, uponl'the contriutionis of
our collge iiein to recoup the lss,
STUDENT
PrIncton College Dramatie clib
gave its -first presentation last riday
evening with great success,
The council of thne Areoielogial In-
stitute is endeavoriing to arritogu o
tile establisbmneit of an Ailleriai
school at.IRomse Tieetmittee as-
btig tile mater iii charge asistsi f
trof, Coodsis, of Harvard, Prof. Se-
sour, of Yale, and Piof. Fothioghamn,
of Ur'ince to
PAET The Ide
"We are setting the
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others try to fol-
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BL.IPTIC CRANKS.
If yes wish to be convinced of the teth of
the above nmotto, al onn
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DITSONMUSIC.

"Six Love Songs,"
By Feast E. Sawyer. Traslations of Six
of hicine's fisest lyeisnexi sqeite musical .
settings. Heavy Paper. 70 cents.'
"COLLEGE SONGS
Tuestandard collection of College Songs.
Over 300,000 told.~ Heavy Paper. 50
cents: Cloth. Gilt. $1.00.j
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only bosossf 'the bled' published. Tile
songs of the ieading eoileges for women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
,,ROAL COLL[CIOIci SIfUM[Nh IU Hl dMUSIC
Eighty-two pieces for th~e guitar frem the
best sourest. A splendid eolmectisn. Hiand-'
sine Cover. 50 cents.
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STRICTLY HIGH GRADE ?
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us MONROE-STREE'. AGENTS

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- Ortaizedh 1863..
Capital, $100,000. Surplun and Profits, 140.000
Transacts a generol bunting buniness.
Forehgs exchanges tbsught andsld. 'urnish,
letters of credit.
P. BACH P'res. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier..
Te urrange icr private or
SPECIAL CLASS
lessons in Dancing, call at
Office hours 11 to 1lsud 4 to S.
No -slairs .to meount.
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Saturday, 10 a.m., Otntlemab beginners class..
Saturday, 4Op.nm., Lady beginnsoclass.
Monday, 7:30 pm i., Advanced Class (Ladles'
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