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June 08, 1895 - Image 2

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Published Daily (Snday excepted) during
te Colleg yar,at
THE, NIER~iTY OF MCHIAN
OrricE: Times buildig N. Main st., opposite
- 90 toficr
EDITORS.
J. A. LROY, '6, Managig Editor.
A. W. SITH, Special, Assistant.
W. A. SrtjL, 90 , Asitant.
E. R. SussnnutAyN,'9, Asltant.
H. CoLeMA, X97, Athletic Editor.
G. B. BARSONno'96L. Busines Manager.
L. I. tiAMQNro, ' L. Assistant.
Associate Editors.
H. A. Dancer, '5.. E.. Eas~s,95 .
L. A. Pratt~ 6. CarrigYV. Snth,96
C. A. Hioughton, '96 D. G. A. Heath, '0 P.
Minnie Thompson, '7.1. B. Gammon '0 M.
C. i3. Farrell, ' . .Knapen'5
The last Issue ,of the Daily will be
June 28, the day'after Commence-
mnut. ;Sbecrbersa who leave before
Conencemetil m:tay have.,their
paper -mailedto theer home addres
wtt onte;fae'aearaeby ieavlog sthe.
address wil. tote buaneaa maposgr.
New asuieripttona fr local delvery
or 'maslied nohome aaddreaa until
June,2JS ,211 cents.
The ofitee isur ,91fthe buines
manager'are from 8 to 10 a. in., b
to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. daiy.
Bouand by n greenent to publish
everytllug ilu;dull, te Doly columnsus
have ben burdpted for some days
pst with a communictio on te re-
cent'-debte at Evtaston,, from the
chairman of the Northwestern debte
committee, ltlough .we have felt it
to be stle, and without ;interest to
most of our readers. We -published it,
however, beca~se our .Nortiwestrn
friends declared they had been mis-
represented by us;and,,as they want-
ed to have all or not any printed, the
Daily felt coled upon to give them ,a
fair~ show.. Whether they;pavemde
ot their ase or not, we leave witi
our readers to decide. They certainly
have beclouded the points at issue
by unclleld-or ;personalities' ad
some misstatements, e. g., the brass
band tale: The * Daly interview d
Mr. J. B. Broos chairan ,o last
years debatocollinitteee'concening
the writer's statement tat,"Mihigan
selected her judges last ear so late
that not one of ther u nmes was
known;,to the Nrt western};debte s'
when they left Elvaoson the dhzy be-
fore the debate." Said. Mr.-Brooks,
"The statement is absolutey' fas, as
two of the judgs were approved by
Northwstern three week before the
debate and the third ,on e wek 1b-
fore." The Daily wishes its readers
to undrstnd, however, that we did
not tnoupsln list hnor of the jdges
but iude th atate.ipnt that hey
were not chsu itccording tohe rle,
and that ever1re iu.ituext2 was brought
to bear3 n thin to ceate syngathy
for Nrthwesterns ,two debtigef,n
account of their usissinig man. -We be'-
lieve our readers have had enough Of
the discgs ssoond it shal not becn-
tinned.
Brwn d , Y CSemot Ursa
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INTERCOLLEGIATF.
Cornell is the. only university in tle
East which has not adopted time cap,
and,.gowu .this..year..
Butler University adds the, subsehip-
tion price .of tlime college paper to the
tuition of each student,
The colleges and universities in the
South intend to ptublish a ,magazine to
be known as the :Southecrnuiversity
Magazine.
It would take a man seventy years
to, pass through .Harvard college, if he1
studied every course- offered in the
catalogue.
Two thousand six hundred sick ex-
cruses have been presented at Harvard
during the present college year. rep-
resenting an absence from college du-
ties of over 16,000 days.
The college yell is pnrely an Amieri-
can invention, and is unknown in
other countries In England the stu-
dents simply cheer or scresm the
noon of their college or university, no
attempt lu iii ad at a rhythmical'
cheer as in this country.
Entries for,,the freshmasn-sophomore'
field day next: Tuesday, close ;tonight
with t . . Hutelinson, '97;. and H. T3.
BHeald,'9.
EVERY 'DAY
Excursion rates-to the Virginias and'
the" Southeast are- in effect, upon the
Ohio Central lines; through, trains
daily between Tolede and Charleston,
W. Va.' via Columbus. !'This is the
shortest. and most, direct route., Con-
sult agents 0. C, Lines. 33

4 --* - - Z The society oror g
Printed at the
X, The Victor League Ball
4is made of the" finest materials ad will * ,~ ' E S'i
give greater stisfaction than ay oher* .L u f
4 Victor Athletic Goods ,. WE..CAN SUIT Y(
areefavorites among the athletes, and dine , ___________
'vitorttae-mrk s Aguarantee 'of the
4 finest quality.:
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
4 Sinkers of Victor Blicyclen.
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DITSON1UIC,
"'Six Love Songs,"
B 1y Franh 2. Sawyer. Transiattops ,of Six,
of Hielne's finest lyrics in exqusisite musical
settings. H-eavy Paper, TB cehts.-
The standar&l collection, of College Songs.
Over 8 0000sold. Heaver y Pa-per, e50'
cents;' 06th. 011t. 1'. 0.
"COLLEGE ,SONGS FOR GIRIS."
Only bho,0fthe .hknd' published. The
songs of the leading. colleges for women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.-
Eighty-tws pieties tor the .guitar from the
heat asi-cme. A spiendiid collection. Hland-
sine Cover. °5'0 nent's.
Any boooksent postpaid on receipt. of 'price
453-468 Washington tit..iBoton.
Cf: itDlsnn&Co.' NY.
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STEA illDYiE WORKS.0
Ladies' an d Gets' Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
8 W.ERNST 'ANARSO.
FIRST CLAS CSTiMTALORN
corner of State and William sts.,
Wilti ta. t etrance.
Do bou'want boarders?- If, so, ad-
ver tise youir':board 'In: thleDaily.

FIRST N A ioNA $ A tk.
OF ASS ARBOR.
Organisedl I863.'
Capital, 80,ttS. ,Surplus ard{ Pre~s t, 40,t00
'Transacts .a general :banhing bnnlnem.
Foreign exchanges bought adnsold. Furnish.
retters of credit,
P.11B4,cH .3gs. 5',CL A It SON. Caahier.
Advanced clams in dancing for ladies and
genthrumnatGrooger's Acadlemy,
SATURDAY EVEMNN SIt
to Jupe 2d. Cords of adtmirsion cans be
procured. for each evening or series:Pri-
vate iesmons on" waltz and "T 1wo'-Step' S5
spectaity. 05cr: Ground floor, 0i May-
nard st..
LeAST fPARTY
AD5PTES6SN 4;c
Former pupils amnd friens n Ise
The lat~est thing In PB OTOGEtAPBY
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