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May 29, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF Ml. DAILY.

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Published Daily'(Sanday .excepted) dring
the dosiegb year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OFFICE: Times bilding N. Pain t., ppsite
.pet ogle.
EpITORS.
. A. LnRos, 'P, Managing Editor.
A. W. SITeH, Special, Assistant.
W. A. res,'Pi L, Assistant.
E. tR. SUNDERLAND, '6, Assistant.
H. COisnsAN, 'P, Athletic Editor.
G. B. HOxnseoN, 96 L, Bsines Manager.
L. R. llxnsiEt, 'PC L. Assitant.
Associate Editors.
11. A. Dcer, 'P5. E. L. Evans, '95 L.
L. A. Pratt, '9. Carrie V. Smith, '6.
C. A. tioughten, '9i D. G. A. Heat, '96 P.
Minnie Themps, 'P.. .1. Gamn '98 M.
C. H. Farrell, '9. . . Kappen, 'P.
J. . Finly, '5..
There will be no issue of thesDily
tilortow owing to the fact ithatitb
stuldenits will be in Deroit at th.2 Cr-
nel ganie.
Ttinorrowv ail tecid whthte eor
iot 3iiciigan shall recer 11r lost
hinures from Corielel in basell, ini
every Mihigan mni is oping is see
.thielquestion aniswerei li Ohattirma-
ive. Titeriar'two things 'seic ills i
go to tdeide liii iiati fe avoraly1, anid
they ret to ti' teamlia1d11_1ts ll-
iort. ASP te flirt lialiritithere 611
be, 110 doubt abost their part being
eoine. TIii payraare working is
_tve t' before Is win tis gaiieand will
certainily pu1t tp a ginile of which we
may be proud, whether we win or lose.
As toite scoutd element, tie suposrt
the, ttiiitwll recei-c. ise 0ong1Lirto
be no uestion abos t l..it is often
said that the great, entsiasie cr0w1
which iress against ie rope at Ie
Detroit football game last fal put in-
creased vigor'isto the 11h53rs,ald was
'liiliportant factor in winntiig fom
Cornell. So let us all be fouid at the
1. A. t'. grounid s toniofrosv prepred
66) meet str visitors courteoGrisy' anli
rhe, r or teaim to vitory. Thiey
cariied the right to be cheered by se'r
reelt trip and are going to arthlia
right-sgain tumorrow.
Senior Law Class Meeting.
Vie enior laws isze~d a meeting y's
terdncy oring at wicb Oinancial
matters attedant upon the exercses
oil last wek wee, adjusted.thair.-
mnmG(ardner r ported for the coin-
wittte that Judge Coley desir-d
through themi to thnk the clse and
express his appreciation of the honor
thely confrd upn ohilib. R-o. Wn.
B. itrnbloater1 it wa- r ported. re
fused to acopt even paynict ot e'-
pens0s freus the class conideetg it
an honr to he asked to peak upon
such ano oca. n. A vote of taakpi
to the conslttea was pased, tDec an
Knowton Wap elected as the prft ssr
t., dlivr tlo af ats Istire. to. te 14a
and th vass adjourned.
Take 2ayelos san hIWW unlr'la.
frolo shehrax6and hlp tih tan

Communication
To the Editor of the Diy:-
Tb', diff,,r'lt organiatios('-,!sing
tn the iiiiv('rsity are,,ually very
gienerous toward one another as thry
shoultd be, but tiuing this year there
have b% en two inslane: s in which ose
has rectiedveviry. uge'rois rea-
ment at iiie' 1ands05of aothermi-. At the
Nasiiiigtons Bithlday'exreis s iii
tlie(eaniiiBnjo club,, awhich furnish-
eii music, charged tel'1as for their
services. The clubs said that tiy
were put to a. grat da of leol-
a niec liin cmling3iigtahheiii"-c
qulest to siiig, wahichli possiblyp'was a
satisactory 'reason tilt asking r n
eatio. But the sane thingssgiiSlap
tieretiagain iii conoilctioni witi tie til-
Yeilinig ceremionies last Fiday. Iron1.
W.T B. H~ornblioawer can, fromiiNia
fork aiid gas-chis address ientirely
aimott calrge, syiig thatle illl-
siti r d Itciin1ho11(0' iso5) akidl
while thetGler' ciiof str (otatni-
vs rsity chargediltii.'siniomr lav'lass
tn dolais fr thie.muscthliy gae.
of course it coldi iot bi','Xlicid ti-
go to a geat amiunt o(Itr ii'oiiior
wahenlit is toiivcriii-it tilloiso5, liii
cltb as ael as evra oher organia
tin ought Isobhae enoghi intlre tlii
thei lUniverity to 11111p sitneciiile'iiii
lilies enterprises. All classes (f si-
di its paroniz ltc GI,- (boclbt) bit'.isl
it is a gooilthiig ant etight to beo
tncouiraged, and a i C ir)iit lit reel-
prociy iiight be 'ailllisiial aitih
goo results. "'3,
$35,000 For a Lighting Plant.
Ili-lreeitdt a. Mii, .aho iha
calimpionied the cause of 61111 t~iiitt'-
shty inl the legistuire eaer sinc--,'th
siib~jet of lapprepriltiois wsis it
broachiedi,3yestedaiy succeeded i ge-
ting a."$,000 apropriaioli for i-
lighting plant. , lb- senate curtin'e
apiproipriatiioni tIP$2,tllt for tin- light.
tug plant acrd11passeti it. Tills liii
thenrpars Ii by ,a ote f3 Il to, adi
is nowia in tie Goverorstenns.,
4*}r
4 _ _ _ __AL E AL
SThe Victor League Ballf,
# is made of the et maeras and wll W
4give greaterstacion han any other
Victor AthleticMoods i
are favories amonghe ahetes, and the
ALVicor trade-mak is a guaaner of the
ihest uality.
SOVERMAN WtIEEL CO~
4 Makers of Victor Bicyes.
osie. n w or. tertroi er
PA N.. 5'l. Cs CO. I A :

WO BUILDING DON TSTSensible
EIGHT PRIZES VALUE $435.00,
itt Prize, 10 ases Ftorda landi, vaine .5'00.ss The society or ort
2d Prize,i10 acrestFlorida teed, value--_.100.0u which has its
3d Prizee 10a'resiFloride lalndvalre--aut00
4th tPriize,geit'eman'egodesatI ~vale4000
5ttI lrie, laies' goldewatciivi 25.00 P O R M
6th Price, cash lu.e e--------*.---. - ill- 0.0P RFiG .A 1 [
tth P i,rizs, alt, v' se ----------- ass"0
8th Prize, a Florida ceriotity, values-- t5.) / T
Total valuetof Petzes......--- 04' asiy C F
The ahove prizes are offered ittose wio r
construct or fasrm ihellarlgest number of . 1 C.,
weeds out of ike letters founodin the prize Pitda h
P-E-N--T-O-R,.
under the feollig regulations snd coedi-
is e firest priet-wtill te won by tie larg- A -~ri bf
est lit,ithesectintdprize by the lest lagest~ 'L
list, amid s to thtie eighthm.
00. EachmIIcmonttnt muest sent in hils or her
ist before JUNtE 1itt., moo.
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ink and simned bfeeontent.
4thm. Any Eneitt cord foumid in the dtc-
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leties conttaieiiim'nmteiwerd Sentator. No
abbreviatiens nrtnaimes of per'sosor plaess.
ii..'lime same heuteremeat not he card
twice in tilee ase word.
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subscriberto ts th e WsK Y CSI0v1'TTIONfolr
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Every conltestant irlo-e list con~tainls as orteGa LI
manyaslaten coirset wordsewilieelve a
prizer of tome kind.
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TilE WEEKLV CONSTITUTION.
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DITSON MUSIC. FANABR
Organized i1863.
"Six Love Songs," Capital, $10as000. Ssrplussad PI
Transacts a' general banhir
ny Frank E. Sawyer. Translations of Sin Foeigs. exchanges benushe and s(
ofttHinsfinestlyicsin exqtisite nmsical ,letters oftcredit.
settngs' HavyPape, 7 cets. P. BACK Phers. .w.CLARKES
"LEECOLLEGE SONGS." AdvaneiassmIn dancing for
The stendard collection of College Son-i
Over 060.00lol.. Heavy Paper, 0 llflflAV VE
cents; Cloth.Cit, ~s' A n ii E
"LEECOLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS." to June '2d0 ad of edmi:
Only books of 'the kind' published. The promurd or e acheeing raid
sontgs of thte heding colleges for women. speclty. Office- Ground Ilo
Heavy paper. s.0. nerd st.
118W £Y!.lci i.U118 -ItI[W[1x.L [LIIWMUSICLAMRS, ANNIE WARD
Eighty-two pieces foe the guitar from ther colo Dni n
best sources. A s-pendid collection. Band- colofanig ad
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