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April 28, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-04-28

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+OQcate war as much as anyone can. But
+ + il + Shere are things worse than war. When!
a man insults your sister you nmust flandsom e iic e M ro s -
Published Daily (Sanays excepted) during knock him down, and when another na-
the Osliege year, at tion Insults yours the insult must be an- -
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. swered by the cannon. We cannot
Oresca: Times building. 52999. Main Si. easily whip Spain and must prepare for FR E E
war tonight. It is America's duty to
MANAGING EDITOR uphold the Monroe doctrine and I hope -
J. F. THOMsAS 00 L.
B"SINESS MANAGER the war, when ended, will see our flag
o. H. HANs,'00 L. not only in Cuba but also over Porto
EDITORs Rico, the Phillipines and Hawaii as Fifty of them-no more-can't afford it. With ever
H, B. SmILLMAx,'98 L., Athletics. wel.,,$15.00 Suit'or over, you get a handsome swing mirror,
E. L. stsas,'98 L T. . WOOO.w98 Mr. F. D. Eaman, '00, and F. L. Mul- size 8x8, fastened In a nicke frame.
F. ENaLGU aD,'985L. F. D. EAAn,'00 '5 M. . . am,'0,w ad.L u-Our assortment of Suits at $1.00, $16.00 and $18.10
G. D. HUDnsur, '00 S S. DAsorTo , '98 holland, '95 L, were also called ned was never better. We can give you light and dark
P. W. Jous,'99. O. H. Lose,'00 M. made short addresses. effects, rough or smooth goods--lavu't space enough
A. H. MCDouOALL,'01 E. The audience closed by singing to give you a description of every good quality they
"America." have. Come inand let us show you what stylish Cloth-
President Hutchins announced that ing you can buy from our up-to-date stock.
there would be drill in front of the gym See our north window.
The subscription price of the Daily is 2.50 tonight at 7 o'clock, and that those whof--
before no nach day. Notices. commulca- have had military experience should
tions, and other matter Itended or publica-
must be handed in at the Daily officebe- appear promptly at 6:45 o'clock to drill
foe 8p. m., or mailed to the editor before 3 th
p. m., of the day previos to that on which e men.
they are expeted to apear. The meeting was of the kind to stir
Subcri tlons may be left at The Daily
office Meyers sr St rBeet's Newtand, or up enthusiasm, and it is probable that
with husiness Manager. Suberibers will con-VV
fer a favor by reprting promptly at this several companies will be the result of
office aov failure of carrirsto deliver paperi
p_____________ tonight's meeting.
WAR DEMONSTRATION. The prizes to be given in the punting
ccntest are on exhibition at Sheehan's.
(Continued from First Page.) Besides the silver cup offered by Dr.ICYCLES
pressed humanity. I have grown rusty Carrow a gold watch charm in. the form Built to order, Repaired and
in the war business and you young men of a football and gold cuff buttons are Enameled, at 106 North
know nothing about it. If I went to given by the Athletic Association. Fourth Avenue.
war again I should like to take two reg- W ni. 3WVenger.
iments out of this hall. (Tremendous IF YOU WANT THE BEST
cheering.) The strength of the Amer- FRATERNITY STATIONERY Fine Confections " IILL L rOF CrCL SUmmaS &soC
ican army was the thought of sweet- Bon Bons and CHAPIN BROTHERS,
hearts at home. The soldier's reputa- BADCES OR PINS Chocolates. (successors to Hunter & Chapin.t
tion is at stake as much as that of the Send to MANUFACTUS of--
general, and so the enemy may kill us SMITH, STURGEON & CO., In EAST E Dental sruments and Pine machinery.
but they can't whip us. With two reg- 37 239, 21 Woodard Ave.. Detroit. WASHINGTONSTREET al attention given to Bicycle Repairing
iments of students drilled for three Designs and estimates furnished on all work 316 SOUTH STATE STREET, BICYCLE LIVERY-Prices Reasonabe.
months I can whip twice that number of this kind. ENo, 113E Liberty St. Ann Arbor.
of the flower of Spain's army. So form
Prof. Trueblood told some incidents T Athens ° Theatre COTRELL 8 & LEONARD.
of his life in '61, and finished by reading"472-47 Broadway, Albany, N. Y.
a poem entitled "John Bull and U~ncle T E D Y
TUESDAYMaers of the CAP5 and aows, to Universty of Mchgan,
Sam" of which the last stanzafo1 u ilf Chicago, U. of Minnesota, Cornell, Lehigh, U. of Penn-
Sylvania, arvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbian, Williams,
lows; R E
John Bull, with proud and loving heart, Class contracts a specialty
.. this message to him sends:
"Dear Sam: Of me you are a part; we
must, we shall be friends. --IN--,HO M ES' LIVE RY
United we'll dare war's alarms. Shake AL 'N
hands, my Sam.
Hurrah! Come al the world in arms, of Ideas" 5i5 East Liberty St.
willU not care a damn."
The Stars and Stripes of Sam,
Shall rulers be on land and sea. Three
cheers for John and Sam.
Prof. B. R. Thompson, who fought
with Custer, then spoke. "We must
win peace today because the arts 'of
diplomacy have failed. One hundred 9 I H , AE ,S A
and twenty-five thousand men have
been called or and responded willingly. The Unversiy of Michigan Annual
But I think there will be no further calllTheesnwevereityeneMichiganut An na
unless we have a general war. But
drill on the campus and be ready for it. 400 PAGES. 200 ENGRAVINGS.
War is here and since "War is Hell"
I hope Spanish will be the principal BOUND IN OLIVE GREEN. STAMPED WITH GOLD.
language spoken in those regions for
the next six months. War alne en-N ANNUAL
riches the.soil for the flowers of pat -FINEST EVER ISSUED IN THE W ST '
riotism to grow."
Prof. Hudson said: "We must hand
to posterity the institutions of our fore- WT BiBA01B ON SAIL E
fathers. Let us keep our hearts warm
hut our heds cool, and do our duty
at home ." EX T
Dean V. C. Vaughan said ' "I depre- N XII JL M T

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