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June 17, 1898 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1898-06-17

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At Wild's
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our......
Suitings, Trouserings,
The kind that wears well
an I gives satisfaction. A
new line just received of
all sizes and prices from
five cents up.
Wilde 's Pharmacy
Keep Cool...
PHATES, FLOPS, and all
Summer Beveraltesat
o8 South State Street.
29thboume. Juyl1to Sept. l18985. Havesprovd
especial yproftable to begineos; tocandidats
for admissino to the bar; to youog pactitiones
lacking systematic instructioin;and tool de prac-
titioners desiring to combie recreation with a
cissipin e. F~o ctto aad
dress RfOl MINOR.glecmIns FrtrChalttesille, Va.

Defeat the Freshmen in a Game
of Loose Playing.
Ninety-nine won the class champion-
shipe yesterday afternoon, defeating '01
by a score of 18 to 8 in a game charac-
terized by loose playing on both sides.
The game was close up to the fifth
inning, when '99 fell on Osborne and
scored seven runs, aided by errors on
the freshman side. Mehlhop went in the
next inning and pitched good ball the
rest of the game. Keith pitched ex-
cellent ball for '99 and was given fair
support, Bannon on second and Bishop
behind the bat being especially con-
spicuous by their good work. For the
freshmen Crafts at first and Grayson
at short played good ball. Score:
Innings- 123456789
'99 .............. 511 0l7t31t0 0-18
'01 .......... .520100000-8
Roasts "The Voice."
Marked copies of the issue of the New
York Voice attacking the University of
Michigan, says the Kalamazoo Tele-
graph, are being sent out and a perusal
of the article makes it pretty plain why
the faculty have decided to ignore it.
The story enters into details which it
is doubtful if the editor of. Branns'
Iconoclast would have cared to pub-
lish, and even goes to the extent of
printing a map of the bawdy house

A Sad Death. Reply to Chicago's Charges.
In the death on Sunday last, at his The Oratorical Association has made
home in Muskegon, of Albert H. Galen- the following reply to the charges made
tine, lit '00, came a very sudden end to against Mr. D. F. Dillon by the Uni-
one of the brightest men in college. versity of Chicago Association:
No longer ago than January last it To the Oratorical Association of the
was discovered that tuberculosis had University of Chicago:
attacked his rather frail system, and In regard to your charge that Mr.
the skill of specialists was powerless Dillon, in the Chicago-Michigan debate,
to check it. At the end of the first made a "false relevant assertion of
semester Mr. Galentine gave up col- fact" regarding a letter of Lord Sals,-
lege work and for the most of the time bury's, we have this to say:
till about the end of May he remained Without debating the question over
in the home of Judge N. W. Cheever, again, without entering into an expian-
in this city. At that time he went home ation of the difference between fact and
cheerfully resigned to the end he knew interpretation, or without discuosing
to be very near. a debater's right of interpretation, we
Not only was Mr. Galentine one of the simply submit Lord Salisbury's letter
brightest men in college, but he was of with Mr. Dillon's argument as delivered
a most lovable disposition, and in his in the debate.
school life in Muskegon and in the year Lord Salisbury's letter of May 18th, '96.
and a half of residence attached to hit "But I was well aware that any set-
by the warmest ties all who had oppor- tement to which we might arrive' nst,
tunity to know him well. This prema- in general principles, be appicabte to
ture close of a most promising life is disputes not only between Great Brit-
one of the saddest visitations of death ain and the United S-aties, but between
in the student community. The funeral cbiher of them and any other govern-
was held on Tuesday-from the home in menti, and therefore, with certain
ituskegon. adaptations of detail, it woultI pply to
Juno Inlander. a dispute between Great Eritain and
Jnnnd . s Venezuela."
The June number of the Inl-nccr was Mr. Dillon's argumn, verbatim:
placed on sale today. The inrease of " By the terms of th treaty tIfe Mon-
college work does not seem to have had roe doctrine is includc-l, nd ,Wv have
much effect upon the quality of the the testimony of Lord Salisbuiry him-
various articles, all of them being self that it was :nt. 'I it should be
worthy of mention. Perhaps the lead- included. On May 1lit, 19t, h' said,
ing feature of this number is a story in a letter to Se'ra: ry Olney, hat Ithe
"The Passing of John Henry," by Shir- treaty would be applica'ile to the Vente-
ley Smith. Frederic Alexander has con- zuea dispute. NoW ho ispate we had
tributed an essay on Omar Khayyam. with England in regari to Venezuela
Other features of the number are a was as to our eight to enforce the
story by Mary D. Spencer entitled Mcnroe doctrine. Th'refore, ince the
"Michigan Wins"; Sibyl of Alpha Nu; Venezuela dispute and like disputes are
and verse by Erma Heath, C. F. Gauss, included In the treaty, the Mtnroe dic-
Alva C. Watson and "H. M. B." trine must be included."
The Inlander reports a very success- These are the faces, and the public
ful year passed. It has had many fav- may judge whether there was a false,
orable notices among its many ex- "relevant assertion of fact."
changes, some of which speak much for Very respectfuly your=,
the success of oir University publica- Univ. of Mich. Or. Ass'n.
tions. F. H. Bt)WERS,
A few of 'them follow: GUS OHLINGER, Pres.
"The appearance and contents of the Secretary.
Inlander are highly creditable to the --
board of editors and the literary talent Biological Study of Lake Erie.
of the University."-Detroit Free Press. During the coming summer Professor
"The Inlander, of the University of Jacob Reighard will direct the work of
Michigan, is one of the best, it not the a party engaged in a biological ex-
best, college magazines that come out amination of Lake Erie, under the aus-
of the West."-Bachelor of Arts. pires of the United States Fish Com-
"The Inlander is the largest and mission. The party will consist of Pro-
probably the best college publication fessor Reighard, Professor H. B. Ward,
that we receive."-Ozark Monthly. of the University of Nebraska, Dr. H. S.
Jennings, of Dartmouth, Mr. A. J. Piet-
The board will be completely reorgan-e, of the Agricultural Department at
ized for next year, the number of edit- Washington, and others. A laboratory
ors being increased to nine and the is being thoroughly equipped at the
method of their election being changed. United States Fish Hatchery at Put-in-
The election of the new board will Bay Island, Ohio, and the party will
probably take place sooon. work there during July. In August a
steamer will be chartered and a tour
The third annual commencement of made of the lake, with a view to select-
the University of Music will be held ing a location for the work of the fol
in Frieze Memorial Hall this evening, lowing summer. This is the most exten-
June 17, at 8 o'clock. Prof. R. M. Wen- sive work as yet undertaken in fresh
ley, of the University, will give the waters, and it is hoped that it will be
address. I continued through a term of years.

Now while it is doubtless true that
there are disorderly students at the
Athens Theatre University of Michigan, the question
arises whether this is the best way to
These are some of the attrac- correct what evils there may be. Such
tions we have booked for next jsensationalism is not the kind of battle
year: that wins a victory, while at the same
Wilbur Opera Co. time it strikes a foul blow at the insti-
Eletrician. ttion.
The Telegraph called it a foul blow
Under the Red Robe. are nearly so bad as would be the oim-
so1 Smith Russel. pression created by reading the article
Heart of Maryland. in the Voice. In this the colors are
massed to make a striking picture and
And many others equally as so the whole thing becomes more than
good. the truth. Instances are cited to prove
immoral practice and the impression
conveyed is one of general rottenness..
Some of the instances are stated in a
A E T false light, as the Telegraph happens
to know in one case, at least. "Last
October," says the Voice, "another girl
1hAnuATr.9 who had been debauched by students
CGRAUUATattempted to commit suicide at the
Arlington drinkshop. One student, a
if so, have you a correct style of son of a Michigan village president,
who was particularly involved, offered
V isiting C ard to marry her to cover up the affair."
This is a false statement of the case and
unjustly puts the blame on Michigan
to inclose with your invitations? University. As is generally known, the
An engraved copper plate with young woman in question was wronged
100 cards will cost you but $1.50. before the president's son went to the
University of Michigan, and afterwards
If you have the plate 100 cards will followed him there whence the scandal
cost you only 90 cents. All work arose. If other instances are as much
guaranteed. exaggerated as this it seems very evi-
de't that the whole- story is highly sea-
soned with spice. At any rate it will
doubtless meet with the silence it de-
W AHR'S BOOK STORE serves. Michigan University is too welt
established and too dignified to make
Up Town Down Town any reply and the faculty have proved
S. State St. Opposite Courtfouse .
Ana Arbor. Main St. their good sense.

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