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October 08, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-08

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C1. of 1 Jfi.aI~tf.
Pubished Daily (Sundays excepted) dring
the Colee year, by
THlE UoM. INDEPENDENT ASOCIATION.
Subscription price $2,5 per year, invariably
int adsance. Single copies 3 cents. Onai at
sheehan's aid post 01fc mewsr stand every
eventg at o'ciock. Subscription may be
irftt at the otice of the DAILY, Opera House
boctk, at sehan', at Stottet's, or with anyI
o tte editors.
Cotmtttnications sioud racistte office y
IS A. M. ithttey are to atpear ttes ame day.
Asdress aliumatter intended for pahliiatiotos
tte Sangig Editor. All business Comann.t-
tcstionutthoud be sct to tietsess Ma-'
ager.
Report ali negect on the part of Carrier to
te City Cirtuator, NV. n. O'NW.
THE U. of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Mih.
EDtTORS.
H. B. aSHOEMAER - 'n.. n4EIT
A. H. CVERT, '2. A.n-.nMANa a ISEncaR.
M. B. HaMMaNa. 'at. Bsa8sM~ANS
W. B. O'NEILL. 'a. Aa-.e.BUS. MxOR
R5.t. tea.W.'HTY,'92,A . TasI.s, 'St.
W. . . iswttd. '91. F.it Tr.ALSee..St.
i. t. HLLANDt.'2. .. STHtwnnxvt. '2.
I.. t. WorcInnHA. '10. is. .. MA son, 5
C.I. SAtN, 'S.
The feeling that the atnual
Freslitian-Sopliomoro rtsh long
sitnce outlived its usefulnss has
for sotne titno been prevalent
among tle students, as well as
members of the Faculty. This
feature of college athletics has
from year to year required moe
and ilore brute foce. wile teo
chanices for a display of any skill
in foot-ball has constantly decreas-
ed. The classes that would take
part in the rush this year being
larger than before, te usual num-
ber coaing out with broken ribs,
brtuised sides atd sore heads
would douibtless be materially in-
creased. We cofidntly be-
lieve that this energy mnight be
expeded in a manner more cO-
ducive to the furtherance of atl-
letic skill aud less hazardous to
the participatts. A tug of war as
already suggested, would, we
think, be a good substitution.
We therefore feel that the F'ac-
slty is jtstified ini their attmtpts
to do away with this semi-barbar-
otisetitom.
A VILE WORD.
To Tns EDITOR: Which is the
proper term to apply to one who
is studying for an advanced de-
gree-Graduate or Post-Graduate
1 have always taken it for granted
perhaps front constantly hearing
the contraction P. G., that su h
students were Post-Graduates and
'THE U. OF
I find that soie members of tie
Faculty scrpulously avoid the
word and itsinuate as delicately
as possibe that I will tin well tt
avoid it also. Kindly inform ne
whether I am a Graduate or It
Post-Graduate. A. P. G,
(Properly speaking if you have
been graduated from a college or
ttniversity and are nosy pursuing
advaiiced studies, you are a Grad-
uate student. There may be Post-
gradtiate studets in the text
world, but assuredly there are
ntone in this. Tie word "post-
graduate" is not found iii any re-
putable dictiotary, atiti an exai-
iiationt of tie last calender sows
that that well of Eiglislutdefiled
htas now beeni purified of the o-
tioxious terml. From the heights
of our utdergradtated wisdott,
we advise those studying for ad-
vanced degrees to isist ott the
name, "agraduates". If some ab-
breviatiotn must be found, how
would "-Grads" aswer? Furter
corpmunications on this important
subject are itvited-Eds. DAILY.
Two full teams participated itt a
practice gane on the campus yes-
terday afternoon.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
listies itserted in this comn at the rate
o1 tO cenlto per lite, single insertiot. Seciai
rstoo for longer time ad etra lines trnished
by atplig at tis ofieeor by consatiase .
W. Doughty, AssitatitBusines Manager.l
Fresil arrival of Htyer's candies at
Gruber's to-say.
Patent Beavers, Meltots, Hersey
Overcoatinigs at Stafford's.
Cieviot Suititg $25 atd upwards tt
Stafford's.
E. & W. nsy collar, "Te Shoshne"
at tiio Two Sams ntly.
Shloes repaired on Liberty, near State.
Sheehanl & Co. aro agents for leffel
& IEsser' a tahematical istrmets
and drafting materials. We carry the
largest stock iti the city and warratt
all goods.
Buy coal atd wood of Judotn, State
street.
Got to E. B. Hal for coal.
Baths 1c at P. . Barber Sip.
At the 'Iwo Sam, the Ascot Scarf,
the Soshone Collar just arri,ed.
Mli Gillesiie, Teacher of Guitar
Batjo ansi Mandolin at Clemet's.
Buly coal of Schultz. Oice on West
Anttist.
Bluy cigars. cady, stationery, etc..
at Gruber's P. . News Room.
Warm uderwearceap at Wagter's.
ltandsome new efects ill trousers.
IWagner's.
Thte Seyton Scarf at the Two Sas.
G (o to Saebler for bet ard and soft
coal. 11 W. Washington at.
Jusanoe trthsnnonForthLatn.
Juranger & Baxte Fr'Statandy
New ine of Stationery at Gruber.
Rhode aa the best and cleanest coal.
yard, W Huron street, near railroad.
Hail Toledo Steam Laundry wagon
'M. DAILY. _ _ _
STUDENTS' BOOKS-
BIUY YOURI COLLEGE
TEXT Bonis. LAW ANTD MEDICAL BOOTS
STUDENTS' 300K STORE, STATE STREET.
Second-hamid books at lowv prices. We are agett of Patti E. Wirt, Scott anid
Hoslland foutntaini penis. Bargains in stationiery.
TI WMI.H I GAN G(NT
_= SSE T"he Niagara Falls Rote"
_______________ CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
AND THE -
y { '* oos
WAR HUJ g
H Y II A.ETVI. y' 'eu-
--tT H E.BEST_---- _____
seventeen teachcrs. Btsard with Furnished I
Room '.25 tper week. Circulars uposn applia I en .
cationi. °' s- ma n %se e ' x~a
1
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BURLEIGH & JOLLY , ,4 a ______
DEALERS IN H m Ip, C Saet Can
STAT"'IONERY- A___ ~
BLANKSBOOKS. 5 a ; n
ATIELbETIC GhODS AND'STUDDENTS' SUPPLIEh. 'ESC4 cc -1#3~
Best line of FOUNTAIN PENS in the Id
city. Ice Cream, Soda Water, a '-Caa n
Conf ectiensCeld Lunches, ai tt
Cigars ansd Tobacco. Ifn
OYSTERS, FRY, STEW OR PLAIN.
Caland seeus at oN I
D.L. DOWD'S HEALTH EXERCISER. 1'~fa ~ 2u
. Ftr Bralm-W7orehema &edeatemple: 1:iRc la Cinu'
tisstle'I55s, Ladies, Youtshs; thes
Aibhl eteorInaslid. A somplete. '+Daily. "Sunday excempted.
ingsniA~.14u. raestip btsi.
durl,cmcs~psessnsive, cheasp. OW. HUO0?iRS, to. W5.tHAV'ES,
Insdorsed by 20,00o0 piyiciass,law- 0. P. & T. A. Chieago, Ag't Aan Arbor.
yscs, lergymen, editors & othess"
nowseusi'gcit. Sendtaoril'dscircu-
D'I'rasic. rti. largo..rng's; ncee . Profs . 'cst 1
t.. Dow~d, Scientific P'hssicali snsi; Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
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