THE U. OF M.DAILY.
goagain so gist all but the inish-
in" '~~ touches can bie doteh before win- 4>p p
ter sets in.
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
T he ColU e (e)ear, by Effeminate College Boys.
THE U. Of M. INDEPMNENT ASOCIATION Froes the New York Home Journal.
An unhappy father who has two
Subscription price 52.50 per year, invariably sons at the University of Michigan
fi advance Single copies cents. On sale at
sheenan a and Post Office news stand at 12 reports to the world that nearly all
o'clock, noon. Subscriptions may be left at the male students of that institution
the office of the DAILv, Opera House block, at
Sheehan's, at Stoffiet's, or with any of the beautify themselves with the aid of
editors. curling irons. Perhaps in theanguisli
Communications should reach the office by
7 o'clock r. M. if they are to appear the next of his soul at discovering that one of
day. Address all matter intended for publica- his sons uses this implement he may
tion to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to the Busi- have exaggerated the number of its
ness Manager. devotees. The charge of effeminacy
THE U. of M. DAILY, will lie the collegian
Ann Arbor, Mich. w scarcel against
-- of to-day, who is devoted to athlet-
EDITORS. ics. Yet the dandies of old were
RALPH STONE, '92, Managing Editor. o accomplished swordsmen, and the
S. W. CURTISS, 192, Assist. Managing Editor.
G. L. CHAPMAs, '2, Assiat. Managing Editor. great Louis led trains of beribboned
J. C. TRAVIS, '02, nosiness Manager. younog exquisites to war, where they
w. P. PARKER, '93, Aseist.IBusiness Manager.
C. w. iICKETTS,'94, Assist. Business Man'gr. were wont to fight desperately in the
H. D. JEwELL.P.G. W.H.DELLENBACK,'92 very teeth of death. Curling-irons,
F. D. GREEN, '92. F. E. RLGGLES, '92.
F. E. JANETTE, '93. J. H. A NEILL,'50. however, as a part of the curriculum
G. B. Dygert, '93. I C. F. wELLER, '94.
of American colleges must be ac-
THE ARGU. ncl nisaM iHOU.. i- cepted reluctantly, if at all.
IT 1is to be hoped that the classes
intending to enter teams in the class Two freshmen, who were seeing
their the sights around the campus Tues-
foothal legss xvii eect cap day aftertnoun, were locked in the
tain and managers as soon as possi-d
museum and obliged to make their
ble. The directors of the Athletic
Association will soon meet, and it is exit through a window-.
expected that they will vote an ap- Chief Justice Champlin, of the
expectedMichigan Supreme Court, who is to
propriation for a championship ban-
ner. We discussed at length, last lecture to the laws, has been ap-
year, the advantage of a class foot pointed by Governor Winans a men-
ber of the commission to confer with
ball league. Class patriotism will brothcmisonocnfrwh
representives of other states to devise
bring out new material more readily
thananyothe inluene, nd, s ameans of securing greater uniformity
than any other in fluence, and, as a olasratntomrig add-
consequence the chances of a strong o rel
d-. vo rce.
e II~Afx(CoQ., 0g±&te 8f.,
have reeceived for tne opening of college 20,000 Books, new and second
hand of all kinds, Greek, Latin, French, German, Law and Medical Books,
Which they will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Mathematical Instruments and Laboratory supplies. See our Note Books.
Is the LEADING SCHOOL of BUSINESS.
Four departments-Commercial, No text-book
£ ormanuscriptwork-&nglish.Shorthand and
a-' Penmanship. Elegant building, large at-
__ tendance ,efficient instructors work thor
92.5 per weet students assisted to Po catalogue, address P. R. CLEARY, President.
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JAS. M. STAFFORD,
TIME TABLE (REVISED) JUNE, 28, 189l.
J. M. STAFFORD CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
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c odToslctYpsilanti.... 553 910 ... .:9 56 6 23 510 u 57309
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Buffaio,........ 120 630 945 34 912M005
ANN ARBOR. ' MICH. S. Main Street. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P,M. P,.
Detroit, Lv... 8 20 7 15 120 7 45 9 25 9 15 4 45
WayneJunc 900 .. . 825 .. . 954 519
Ypsilanti...,. 9 221i 512 05 947 ..... 1015 5 40
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Dexter...... 9 55.. . .... 921.. 07
Chelsm on.....ens ... 9...., 6,
Chicago, Ar. 755 3 55 9 00 650 4 50 8 05 11 15
tDaily. *Sunday excepted.
O. w. RUGGLES, H. w. HAYES,
G. P. & T. A. Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor
P OTUN RAP R Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
NO. 12 W. HURON ST. Michigan Railway.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS Time Table going int efect september13,1891.
-AT-_ Arrival of trains at Ann Arbor.
F. 0.NETS STAND GOING NRTH.
P. . 4E3 SAIIDNo. 2. Through Malil and Express... r40 a. m.
S ' nArbor & ToledoAceom. .115 a.
--On--. N.6 Clare Passenger......505 p. m.
Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, FineN.
Confections, Cigars and Tobacco. GOING SOUTH.
No 1. Clare and Toledo Accom......11 30 a. m.
No.3. Through Mail ................. 920 p.im.
G RAND OPERA HOUSE No.5. Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom.. 720 a. m.
Trains 4 and 5 run between Ann Arbor and
Toe do only.
'Varsity eleven are materially im-
proved. The class league last year
helped along the cause of foot-ball
very much, just as the class base-ball
league served to maintain the inter-
est of the students in base ball.
It is unfortunate that the Athletic
Association is not in a position,
owing to the lack of an official head,
to look after the construction of the
new track and athletic field. It
looks as though no more work would
be accomplished this winter unless
someone takes enough interest to
push things. If the grounds re-
main as the workmen have left them,
almost all the work done thus far
will have been done in vain. The
track is being over-run with weeds,
and the foot-ball and base ball fields
will soon be covered with a growth
of corn and grass. The regents
surely do not intend to let the work
lapse because the appropriation has
been exhausted, or nearly so. We
feel confident that they intend to
finish the grounds even though an-
other appropriation is needed. If
they do, it would seem to be a wise
move to start the grading force at
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conducting a large and decidedly suc-
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April 1st, will continue his work B .I
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