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November 20, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-20

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THE U. OF) M. DAILY.
Published Daily (Sundays exeped) during
the Collge y ear, by
THE L.oscM. INDEPENDENT AWOCIATION.
Subcriptonoprior 52.350 pee year, lnvaribly
in advance. Single opie' scents. O sale at
Sheehanoa and Pot Ofbe nerastand every
evening at a o'clock. Subcriptio may be
left at the officr o1 the DuLY, (Jers House
bloc, at Sreatn's, at Stoitc', yrwith ay
of the editors.
Commnuncatios should reach the office by
IS A. . if they tre to appear the saae day.
Address at matter itenrded or publiatio to
the Managing Editor. All tsiness comtnt-
iatons should be sent tnorie Busites Man-
ager.
Report all teglecr on te part of Carriers to
the City Cirulautor, V. n. ONeill.
THE U. of X. DAILY,
Amm Arbor, Hic.
EDITORS.
H. B. SHOEAKERn-. M......a.Ha.
WE. GRtFFtN. 1.'aT. MA~NASIaanE-nOR.
A. H-. Cana, '9,A.Ma-. M.... a.mBa.
M. B. HaMMNatnn'a, Ba aa. aNAa uma.
W. . ONEtuL. 'at, aas- .Ba. MAaan.
. W.DOUHTY,',A.-ane.Ba. MNaaaR..
HeoNunStit~ns, 'S. I. B. TIBaLaS, '1.
H. . EwaL..'Il. H. N. trzLcta, '1.
Ti..IHtLtLtANt, 'w. t. SUstiMA, .'.
RAt~LtSNoE., Wl. ,t,. TAucts,'IC
L. G. WtrITERAD, E'1: LI. MAcSt, 5.
The getierous ofer of the De-
troit Joutrnalshioliditnot be al-
loweid to palss withotio mel~i action
leing taken upoti it. There is
hardly a college ill the contry
that has tnot a well eqtipped gytm-
nasium, atid the greatest cutle-1
tors of te land have Cole to
look upon a course of systetnatic
gymnnasiutm training as qutite as
itmportatnt to tnty students as
any other course. in nany of
the smaller itstitutions a certain
quantity of gytnasiumn work is
required. The Journal is quite
correct when it says that Ā«lazing"
and "'rushing" have becomie far
less prevalent in Easterti colleges
since athletics are taken such a
strong , hold. Experience has
taught that the Journal's ctre for
these "town and gown' conflictsI
is ilie most effective, atd it is our
opilniotn that the university an-I
tlioiities would find it easier to
tnaittaitn order if this cure were
adopted by theil. There would
then -be less inclitiatiotnoti the
part of the students to itdulge in
fun and frolic ot the streets.'
But it must be remembered that
the regents of the university are
hampered by the difficulty of se-
curing appropriations from the
legislature. President Angell
has already said that the little
nmoney' they can succeed in getting
is badly needed in the over-
crowded departments, and a re-
quest for funds to erect a gynna-
slum would prejudice their other
requlests. Ile is untoubtesdly
right, amd it is unforttttate that
tlte legislator's hae not more
state piriheinil the largest educta-
tional intitutioti ittAtmerica. No,
swe insf111kto(other qutarters.
Is there not some ptrioic private
inidividulal ill Michigant who wotld
tmae a gift stdficiett to erect a
fist clatss gymiltasiumi for the
2,500 studetts that attetd here
tsntiallv t HIarvartl had it
lleitway, ale its Richards,
anid the University of Mlicigan
its
The Journal woulddtitdoubt-
edly be able to raise a goodly sum
amotig the alunni and citizens of
Detroit, and it is unforttttate'
that the btilditig is tot iti exist-
etice, sso that it could be asstred a
first-class eqtipmient.
Colutmbia has a tew litertry
weekly calledl the Bte and
White.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
N~otices inerted in this columnt at the rate
01 10 centn pee le, sinle insertion. Speial
rates forelone time and axtra lines furnihed
tty ap plying at thin adisa nr y eanstiun RE
W. D7oughty. AsitanlBsiuanes Managed~
Go to E. B. lallI for coal.
Gruber's chocolates antI bol-hons
ire the itest that call be nade, pure
flavors, no adulteratiol. Tiry them.
P., . News 1Roo11.
Nobly Black Chevit Otitiligs $25.00
anti upweards atStafford's.
Blark Utdresed Kid Glovs-jtst
received. Wagner & Co.
For ftmi! Vs' will cnt prices ott Ban-
jos, Guitars, Mandolins, Cases Sld
Strittgs for the same, lower than at
aIni usic house in Michigan. This
mesans all thie words imply. A. Wilsey,j
25 S. 4th Avente, City.
Novelties in Topt Coatitgs at Staf-
ford's.
Stewart Banjos at Wilseys.
Baths 1cr at Y. . Barber Shop.
Splendtid value in Warm Underwear
anid Half lBos. Wagner & Co.
Mell Gillespie, Teacher of Gtitar,
Banjo and Mandolin at Clements.
Bay State ald other Guitars. Bajos
and Maudolins at Wilsevos.
Blest Srilgs at Wilseys.
Schleede, 51 State, sells 10 sheets of
Lottis Linen, & by 11 icfhes, for 25.
Books boud for 1Sf, upwards.
Foit RENT-Suite of rooms nitfely
ftrnished, bath ht atd cold weter,
furnace, etc. No. 48:E. Liberty-t.
WAN-rED.-Fifteen Young Mn atd
Ladies tol cativass. Good pay. Apply
at . . News Room at oife.
WANTED.- Immediately! A first
class agett to canvass Aln Arbor for
Stalelys Own Book. Liberal con-
mission. Apply to C. E. IDecker, 9 E.
University Ave.
TWENTY ILECTUES5IN
THE UNDERSTANDING OF MUSIC
AND THE ART OF TEACHING.
Every Saturday fo Twnty weea at 4 . m.
at li South Fifth Street, beginning Snav.
For Teachers, Snger, and advanced ta-
dantesf the Practical Art of Music.
Tuition, $5.00. ORIN CADY.
STUDENTS' BOOKS.
BUY YOtE COLLEGE
TETT IBOOTS, LAW AN~D MEDICAL B053$
NOTL BOOKS, AT THlE
STUDENTS' BOOK STORE, STATE STREET.
Seconld-lanid books at low prices. We are agelits of Paul E. Wirt, Scott 5ltd
Hlolland fotutain pents. Bargains its stationery.
SI- F' .A' T c CCU, - 0'R '=C "
IS =MIT-
AND inE
tElIURN EUSS111Adff
MIcmoGANGENIL
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
RIa
'0 ;
ccal
t.i R Cn C . 7Il
STHE BEST .4 ii u -i
Steventeen teachers. IBoard switht Furnushetd g d~ B~S
Ruo l , li.prweek. Circulars upon appli- 5 ~ I:
cation. I I a .
PR.CERPresident. ~ ~ l
BURLEIGH & JOLLY1 M 'p e.;
DEALERtS IN z to-xe o S a
ETATIDNER__ Y, z1 I r _ __
BLANK ROOKS.__etst.
ATHLETIC COODAND STUDENTS' SUPPLIED. ~
Blest litte of FOUNTAIN PENS in the a onta IV - to
city. Ice Cretin, Soda Water,
Comfectiens,Cold Lunches,
Cigars tind Tobacco. c:' .
OYSTiER1S, FRY, STEW OR PLAIN.
Call antdseeus at 1oA ' j
D. L. DOWD'S HEALTH EXERCISER. I bn 9.2 1 I
Fot Btain-Worhnn &Sedentary People; f q H5~ l~~-
Gtementu, Ladies, Youths, the '5 O~ s
Atlelte or lavalid. A complete I I 55n+5s SO'-
gymn.asium. 'rakeusphbot Vho
I qaeforroom, tsar, sintific, +Daily. *-Sutnday excepts '
durable, compreshensives hep
y, cer~cgymen, editors & others 0. W.RUGGLES, H. w, BAI
enusiolgit. Sedtaorildicu-sa G.P.& T. A. Chicago. AgtA-00t
' ad. tar,4 ns~g;nnosharge. Irof.D.
L. D~owd, ScienticPhsical and __ __ __ __ __
Vocal Culture, 9 East 14th at., New Toek
IToledo, Ann Arbor and North
-7 7 Michigan Railway.
i ieTbegigit fet ody I TFENC OOS Ns. LO ET PH ICES FOR EC ong North. SATIN. Gena t.
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