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January 14, 1892 - Image 1

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Vior.. 1I. -tio. ;ii. L7
TO THE EDITORS.
A Few Words For the Miembers of
the Michigan State Press
Assoclition.
There are albout three hundlredI
editors in Ansn Arbor to-slay, swiho
ole frostsevere sections of tis i
getstate. I Te octcasion is the
anniii iimeeting 01 the Mihinrs
Mite iress :ssociastions.I'tese ed~i-
tostwill sipendtimuscisof tiseir timse
tilisle hereins anssiaround tiheitisi-
is ersits To msansy sof tisciste
isisves sits its-a tess'stiht. lthes-
listshe1st a nd-srie adi aisosstit, sasns
list euisdoubtlsedily swriest msuciscots-
crin sis Miscisigan' s prsie," bust
stay stever sate sad tihe opipiortunsity
btefosre sittihemseilves svsessisng tise
bli ngtis, class r ooms, atnd the stu-
denits. This sopportunisty is tote
islesresitihem, asnsi se trusst tihey may
tile adisantage of it.
ThIere asse 2,(14 stuenests register-
id t thse ' iisersssitsivesi as foli-
ft : 1,6 isterars; 64Qs, inse
'5. m tedical;ti i2,tiental; 5 hr-
itacy;ssandi78,sshomeopatic.''lt is
tell b e niteisrilty tincretsedi at
lie bseg;nisssin of the secondt se-t
ester. stnd tisere is a possiiliity that
lie totialsitaisreacih 2,70o befoire
thte cataioguse goes tot press.
[lilt is ass immecnse army of stus-
dlentts. The Unsiversity of Michi-
If515 ins the reputation of requitring
littler sork andsihard stasis from its
studsents tihan any coliege or univser-
sits i the iandi. surinig the 5yeSars
itf its ihistory, 20,000 studsenits have
beensits attensiance here, ands more
thanss to 000 of tihese tare grasduatesi.
Nt a sitsgie osse of these stusdensi
ha s enjloyedi the ibtnefits of phsicarsl
train5ig . A gynasiusmssis sitslstn

[NIXTERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TIURSI) XY JANUARTY 14, 1592.
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psropsortionecd studenrt,
graceful its siissos-ess
frostsasifrequieint sight.
jority sire unsdersizedsi
faceed, sith scarcriy a
o f sigosrossmsanhoodss sr
atiosit them.- lTeysat
of that svstrriatic, cig
rxercssewhicih losoks dire
sweak pinitts, ant ims
rradiiratr theis, ibut tot
tisrir gensersalisealtis andi
swell.
If ther observinsg isrr
watch the senior classrs
versitys-fsifhisgasn, ast
fronthtis last exainsat
graduastioss, lie wvousld
conclsisions that osse-hsa
osse-thsirsiifthsensiha)
vitality sandsIstamiina 'a-h
probale that therystill
ensty. The great msajo
indsifferentiy deeetlped,
hrr positiv-eleytweak. Sio

-/to-/IDETROIT, - - MICH.
easy aissi lire anssithserat Ithrcollegses ands
enlis, is tar uistersitirs of ther rast iSs sitshap,
Th msia-ltst it is tivstriabl y- mades the subjsect
istless, thin-of scommessntisy-thotsreftromtisetsrerst
m pomie wo isi An Abor orcoe hre tuinyos t stle Latest Metropoltass rtties
wsomnhsoodiitoisniish tisrir eduscaitin.is Sitoe s tc eitoIatpsitrtessthanA n Ab
e hs-di ionsir Tissstatretof affsaissis a reroah siltes sedifr5ataogu t
aors ilai ily sponth iose twho arer sesponitsblr fur IjR ,j ' 'y 'J7 & Q_(
ctlito thtiesis tewell-bseintg of the studtensts ishoist J' "
slit onilyts thsrysate issitesi here tosesr-sre the I)I:I 11 NIII 1.
busildsisp besnefits ofsslhue rat duat- n
streisgtlsas 'T'hrre is harshl- a coll ege r eti sitsi Chap. -e lle re .
sily intshelruniited Stsstes whiichs liss University Outfitters,
-stshol noiiti sstits twell-equtippedriigetis aslus, 201 Sit o IS IA I ItSI - ANN A 111100.
at the Uni- andsithte result has been thir gradusal
they ile ostltNeckwear,
hiosn before Dress S irs loe
coeto the Shrs ~oe,
if, or evest Underwear,
sr slot that s GEN F' UNIHIG Qo Fta
sicli nmakr itI~- V
usve till see-- siroxao t.-xso-c"OOy13L
rit- til l lie VuSe
aiss a issists- English Mackiutoshes,
sssseOsnllsstsss 1552E1 Ii 1VER15 1)1S( 1 PlNt

kow s insi sstitustions here. \Whast list sdicensts isavrelrigiht,
Itees tile result'iseass bust a bsrighst ands
Tise obtserv-insgperson, 'who shsosslsdheadi tit a brokets downe
spsendsiat seek or tswo its AntsArbor, isrokens diownsbord- is r
sessiisi have presenitedl to lust a very nmake half as rffectiv-r a i
impiressis-e objrct lessots spon the life race ais a little tuu(

:, tsr nearly
slit giig to'
01111 intheli
er hseasi ani

evil effects of hard studty wsithoutt
inysle-stensatic exercisr. Ile iecll
see- that scarcely- one studeint ill tin
is either erect or thoroughliy well
built. Sonme slouch thteir shostlders
anti donble in at the waist, somse
ster-step, others rant to one side;
tis one has one shsoulder higher
thasn the other, and that one both
too 1high; some have heavy bodies
and light light legs, others the re--
s-erse. A thoroughly erect, -"well--

a goosd seal better tiody-. It srrs
that the average Anns Arbor stsidenit,
list state's stutdetst, appears half dit-
v-eloped, swith a pair of glasses
perchsedl tpotn his nose, iheasdanti
steck canted sonmewhat forwvard,
while titere is a lack of fusllssess,
often a noticeable hollowness, of
the chest, till the shoulders are
plainly warped and rosusded for-
ward.
The contrast between the students1

bitt steasdyrisitng of the standearid of SA VE TIME AND MONlEY
schsolarshsip, bsecasise tile studsenits
arr capablir of doisig siorterust iet- By Buingyou
ter wtork. lTeptoptle of tihe statr
of Michigans surely ito not appreci- f .'X
ate this fact, or thety-woulid tot per- tY R0~ JJ
mit themriselt-es to tsroupess to list
just criticism of neglect of the phys- cit us i li ewe se berer
ical welfare of their charges, for the
students of the University of Mich- -CALLAG H A & CO..
igan are just as nmnth the "chsarges'
of the state as are the inmates of the 'UBIISHEits,
nsumerous state beneficial institu-
lions, but in no charitable sense, of -114-Monroe SI., Chicago.
coarse.
Concluded on thWir ae. 509S. State St., Ann Abor.

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