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October 22, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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Publshed Itaily (Sundaysexceptited) durin
the LCollege. year, b)y
THE U. Of M, IDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
OF-ICtE: Timnes building N. Alanst., opposite
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Subscription) price $2.50 per year, iovariobly
io advooce. Singeocopies tenets. Sobscrip-
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at Stofilet's, at State st. neow stand t cny
of the editors or authooized solicitor's.
('ommunoicatioos should reach the office by
7o'clock p. m. if t1h0y.are to appeacr the next
clay. Address all oatte'rintonde-d for puoliS-
ction to the ' lruoagiog Editor. All busines's
c'ommunOica)tionosihold ble senct to tihe Busi-
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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
A))))Arbor. Mich.
EDITORS.
J. L. 1.LORE Lit. '15, Alanaging Editor.
It.t'CLEMiAN, LiI.'l)7,Assistanct.
A. F. ROCKrWELL, Lit. '96, Assistanot.
.1. A. LeerOt. 91.6,)Atticl Editor.
J. S. lPEtRL, Lccs 9lt BusioesAlaonager.
Asitanot.
A. F'. ltcclell. '1)1. FP. . oill. 55)
511ni coe'llotccocc,'117 E. L.. Evccns, '95S.
Carrie V. Smith,. ' G. I. I).lcrriono.'115.
10. A. Daccer, '93). MDIAL
1 D. NTAcLy.'). E. S. Niblcic, '9.
00HI. I. 01. tamcono, ' ))).

divsed imlself of all "pr't'ce'rtire- lugr the college girls 10100 contact witht
judice" andti retedi the sutjlcet fronot the ladies of lice fcaculty. He elliplll-
Ste stand ofct prctical 111111iteclligct sdt hei11cimcpor'itnce'of c'ultivatingc
miil of thce world. Hle shiowedti ha otcictlpgraces andi of acquirin~g that
t1e hileit, its truthco cand crinceitples ire case of hicarinig «which nothintg else
the guide antirtule of action not conly gives so well too assotill oncwt11 re-

lt 0)1 calledCh 'lrioticans, bhtto 1a11 e'-
liglitetic' e ad mli tci10states cindtlna-
titionsaswecll. '11cc'broade'st rculture
piositively demllandls a kncowledgt' of
lice ible. '11ce masterpieces in literca'
tull')'re0')'lllof r'ef're'nc'e 1o 1cc' book
of bcocdks. Ev'e'ry 011e of Shackespeairc's
gre'aftlplays lids r'cferenc'cs 10o1che ile.
Miltii's great'itc'td na1111Daote's divlic'
cotoedy c'cntmtb))'untderstoodl owiouit
ct kntowsl'cgc' cf tt'he ihle. The ora-
-tcrios ci et ma))0 sll~ter's 111111101)
are' tnearly ill hased pci t1hc'bihle.
Moe'aitdi tmore' it is conintg to he rec-
ognioIieIt11cc'heprincilescOoflice hihle'
sh10u1ld Obccoumec t1e' priniples of cei-
lighiltccd husitiess inter'curse' hetwceen
coact nctd ctiotis. T't his endc hbie'
cha c re heicig established'l i1n1111115
of ouler cllc'gceciaidluniversities.liev'.
Alles pa11 ic euntiv'er'sity a eQolpli-
liet'llfocr'being in (eamcple to lice tiii
sersitics of :Missouri, tCalifor'nica and)
Wscon'lsinl in offerig hihie coltrses to
her stutst)11.
Tho Woman's League.

finedl peopit'. "It15stmor)' 01e)0011to a
pcerson icc t1c' itng run11to possess eaisy
lllllltlrl' 011n11to1 011'chlc'to t'onjugacte
a (rick v'trh."' L'llcltrael'ivel'personal15
Soaring las e'tleld lice loss 00f111111y
golodl lositionls.
tHesoite 0)11 1 crmls 111 highcst praise
ofte w1or01k1 dooce 11y'the 5'ounlg women~
ill thbi ntitution,. and)1sai11 01110 thc
r'emar'kcably till)'ec'r'l' i' chlth1ecy
colle'ges toc som011n1. '01ey barc'' done
Iwo greatitngs0. 'They lhavec'lpositiv'e-
ly' de'mionstrate oth' ie woltithat ie
15 possib0le' fill'woment'ltc sltdy inth ie
highecr instittions withcout ititelleeltal
or m~oraddisc're'dit, 111)0 because many05
oIf tluci go ccutto1 teaech, they havec
d1)n1))' uchlcito raise 01ce'standaicrd of
c'ctionllinticlii'high schools of 1Such-
sated 01ce'slat' for whatt thecy have')
cost 11.
Sirs. (illylry-Bross'l gas'ea short talk
in1 hehalif If 11cc ladies of the facu~lty
whlo))s50kinidly extenth eir lhospitlity

All cpy musit be at 01cc office before 8:100a.
m.of the' cay of publiection.
Theedi)1o0)10)ldonot hold th~emselverspon-
sib~le for the'opinionscocr statemecntsof cores-
pocndecnts, Olclccrricc in thle tDAIY.
A cocoparisono of Satucrday's gamtel
wsithc our first gameit'h5111tile Sichigacc
Millitary Acacli'cly is inideeci cr11115-
ing0, 1and) speaks in1 lhe highicst termis
for the' cmaniagemen'ct of the' teami. Sal-
ur'day's game lid inch t'ol1 arou'se51
foothall enthusiasmiito calhigh ipitch,
wh'icin'1 itself is a matt00r for coh-
gratuliatiocc. Tue Daily dislike's to
findclfcatlt wiithenthismll, bcot it
w5oldt' 010ge that spectators i11tile
side lictes c'estrainc themoselv'e's a Uitile
miore thcanttvs the lcaose Satutrda~y.
Tic he surc', t'erc'sserc' se'verall 11e111)1
lice Acem'ly 001011msoho tdld quitc' a
little very cquestionabhle playing, bult
that is no0 exruse' for the crowsd to
thin0k of taking a hacnd icc lie cmatter.
At sucheim111s, 01115.those right lot
hacnd kcnows all the circumlcstaces, anid
it is the plate of tile erossd to ac-
quiesce inc lie decisions of the officicals.
Michliganc's foothall teamilwoet for it-
self a reicutation last yeatr as once that
play'ed a eleac amcie, antcc htact repuctat-
t1icccmust lie ci iitiined at an1y'cost.
We wsould also urge 01100 there he
less chceerincg of inldividultals acnd mcore
of lice teamc. Star p~laying inc foothall
is seldomi seen ally more. It is the
swhole teamtl that tdoes lice work and cio
one ciacc can accomcplisht cmuch ucn-
aided. A particularly ficce play is do-
oerving of applause, hut as a role it
is 01ce teamc that should he cheered.
By all mceanus, let us hcase cheering
and lots of it, hut let ucs keep our
loyalty switiicbounds.
Rev. Ames' Address.
"The Scientifie study of the Bihle in
a Collegiate Education" wvas the theme
of R0ev. Ames' discourse at Newbherry
hall- yesterday msorning. The speaker

Thit first meleting of lice Womianl's to all collegc' irls.
Leagu~e at Sirltillai hail, Satuertday of- Strs. t'llrllrt, whss'ht15to spea1k.
ternloonl sattllenlded by na lle' ofy1111)coutildnot he pre'se'ntltindiec' paper'l
the colh'ege girls anlcahdies or tile flat- 55115rteadclbts Srs. B-rownl.
ulty. P~res. Anigell gave'tht'address of After t'e program a1 reeptionll-was)
wsel-ome.lle' ic'spore of'the 0"r'tat selr- hli n iitic' parlors, and1 e'5eryonec 0)111
s-ices of tile leagute in openinlg Ot'ecaway feelicig; 11111 it was) good to liate
hiocmics of culturetdpeopt l ad ibricig- heenl thece.
OH, 1O!H0
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