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November 01, 1890 - Image 1

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-01

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VOL. I. No. 30. JNtIV
The Facts Regarding the Action of
the Regents.
A few days since a vituperative
Detroit organ censured the Re-
gents of the University for ex-
eeeding their authority in letting
the contracts for the new hospital
St P
Upon investigation the facts
8iow that the Regents pursued
the only available -course. The
neW buildings must accommodate
both the Homeopathic and Allo-
Ptithic schools; to do this a com-
uhodious building is necessary.
Tor many months the Regents
lave tried' to get places that
Would fall within the amount spe
eilled by the legislature; but after
eatting down and rejecting
"'aly plans it was found that
either the scheme must be given
ip or it would cost more than the
speeitied amount.
bov. Luce was consulted time
Sad again, but noway was seen to
stisfy the needs of so great an
institution but to accept more ex-
ensive plans. This, by no
keans, indicates that any author-
ity has been exceeded. The Re-
geuts cannot, possibly, spend
kore of the state's money than is
appropriated by the legislature,
4114 if their contracts call for
ore money than is appropriated,
1le obligation will be met in a
eg tiOlate way. As a matter of
act the Regents intend to ask the
tate for more money and expect
eget it. This request, undoubt-
edly has the sanction of Gov.
uee; and is, withal, the only
day out of the difficulty if the
aPFrpriation is to be used at all.
c'ault was also found with ac-
lit'11g plans made by parties
side the state. But this was
done fr good reasons. The Re-
gents% went to Parties that have
had large experience in dlesi eniag
the noit approved hospitals.
A Motley Crowd Gather on the
Campus for Fun.
Wright, Kay & Co.
Foreign Buers, Importers of Gems
and At Goods, Jewelers atd Op-
'lner wietr1e1 stonesuchit nthis Last night a crowd of Freshmen t cans. anUfacturers of the
state,-a good reason for going entered the rink in a boisterous Finest Society Badges nade in the
elsewhere. manner; after staying a short country, Sampleo:sent upon pro-
time they started for the campus. per references,
Republican Club.
On the way up Washington street
The meeting of the republican they were watched by some Dctreit0 rt() H-)s BI ,
club last evening was composed "cops." The boys were yelling
of a small but enthusiastic body. and having a good time. This 140 WOODWAUD AVE.,
The committee on program re- aroused the ire of a large "cop"
ported and advised the establish- to such a degree that lie took one Detroit, - - MichL n.
ment of a permanent organiza- of the boys down to the jail; but -
tion. The program for the wi1 fortunately lie was soon released. GRAND OPERA HOUSE
ter's work is to consist of several After standing around the jail for Afternoon Only, 2 P. M.,
lectures given by prominent men, some time, the boys started for Friday November
on the ''Growth of the Republican the campus agaim. ___________
ntParty from the Time of Wash- Here '93 and '94 rushed till 0 , Deluightl Conc t by
ington to the Present." cleven o'clock. The Freshmen
Mr. Jewell was elected treas- showed considerable skill in rush- ore
urer to fill vacancy caused by the ing, and the Sophs present were
death of last treasurer. In addi- well satisfied that there would be
tion to the report a committee of no class rush. But, at last, '94 the gritt illsiiesf
fifteen members is to be named to got enough rushing and went popuiar and succesyftd
canvass the University for mem- home. Things were quiet again of at lleadcrs, and his
hers to the club. until the boys caine up from the FA [OUS BAND !
Mr. Henry dealt with the silver show. Then a good sized bon- E-rmychere concedd to be the finest con-
question in a manner deserving fire was built by bringing in gates, cent ia d iniitii band in i// world,
assited by
of admiration. lie started the posts, fences, and even useful
discussion of the question as far household articles. But fortun- II
back as 178 , then led up to the ately these depredations were
panics caused by the discovery of mostly committed by High School
silver in New Mexico and later of and town boys. Some of the stu- inpmeiw fromtte
gold in California, finishing the dents did try to destroy some Metropolitan Opera
question by discussing the silver property around the engine house, loase, New rYor.
issue as a party issue. but after they had overpowered a
tipsy young fellow who had as-
Teams as They Play. sumed the duties of watchman, EDWARD
U. of M. Positions. Ptwdute. they completed their pranks by
Chadbourne.... Center-....Stepiensosi giving Ben. Franklin a new coat
Pearson.........R. G......Teters
Trainer-.........L. G .....Little of yellow,-a Hallow'e'en present
Malley.......... T. is from "the boys.'
Prettyman - -. -L. T......Finney T.e Oeiebred
R. Shiernian.....I. E......herkless
McKeon........L . E.....Moore The newly refitted reading room Iiisl-A ica
Holden......Qu'r back.....Hougham at Yale is lighted by electricity Basso,
Jewett . al backs Lackey and receives regularly G7 news- Prices 50, 775, and $1.00
Grosh ......backsThompson assos s oday at li o'cioei~atte
IDy ert-.....Back...Studebaker Papers and 54 magazines. PesoeneseM.na t1 eoka h

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