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April 11, 1900 - Image 2

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THE UNIVEESITY 01, MICHIGAN DAILY

2 THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

.p01 . aW43.
Publ ehd Dly1-(undaytes en. ~tedi during the
C l g 7year, at
THE UNIVERSIY OF MICHIGAN
Orio. Te Iln Priam, Henin g Bc.
Both Phnes 147.
M1ANAING 1)T011.
F. Ho 0 1 1717. ll'01 L.
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WA. KI-te-t o'01. \ .T.T loto-'0.0
lI l-'.L11N .711 e..0Etal'03
The77 77071.1'lipr177 o7[-he1071.1 o,71.01 .0 17
thecollege ye'r, with1a1regular deivey 1befo11
nooneach day.1 Notie7, 1771171 1111171771and
1othe010a1le711in 1ended f 1o1117 1171771 0 71i- w71
hande171 tit1the11117 I1tl111'7before1s7p,1n[.,1or
Meyso4g111 0111.11111-711'llo ith 1 1-11l 1-
Tl hereWnlges n aci eetieg f thnu e n
ly elected Daily bard for organiza-
tion Thursday afternon at 4:451 sharp
in Reem .
At lat Wrinkle troulgl olstrperou-
ness suggest y an a rtile ii The
Daily, has aroused a rival pulblication.
The Wioinil Cardinal evidently in-
tended a rebke or it would not have
attempted the following editorial.
Hiowever the aount of last Friday's
demonstration was lprobably s0 cap'
tivatinlg that like a story of adven-
ture it so upset hi scholarly mind
that his chastising intention was for-
got. Insead divulging just were any-
thing had been misstated, he becomes
bopelessly mixd on gows and flag
poles. Perhalps it is to e inferred
that a reted gows is ssed at Wiscon-
sin as the poper~ costume for greased
pole climbing. Cardinal should -e
aware that those wio do the so aled
artillery raciltie a710 those who wear
the caps and gowns are as different
a5 laws 1117lits.101 1Indins5 atdlcivil-
izedmoen.
'The latest effuioon othtie Miciga
'Wrinkle' was5 felieitous in in includ-
ing the folloig: 'We hear tie fel-
lows rent their caps and gowns oult in
Wisonsi. 'Wat text? 0! most
effete of Easts take tus ak into your
fold! We don't want to e wester,
if this is wesoternism.' Wrinkle seem
to have been ruffled indeed! But it
might hae spared itself tils spsm.
Really the Wet isn't so aniouols don't
you know. Of corse they don't rent
caps and gowns at1 hoay-headed old
Michigan; their energies are confined
to artillery practice 1400 grasd-pole
*imsning exhibitions7 exlsively.
These little diersiono a- so)char-
acteristic of the refined atmosphere
that pervades the exclsive East.
Brother Wrinkle must be 1n17agains
it for editorials these days."
A Promising Blaze in one oi the
Laboratories.
Last evening aouit t oto 0111100
of thlose 0011o 71wer' 'workig lnthe
hemeat l lbtroory Idetectei teo
smell of smoke. A searhlws 7 made
and it 010' 1111unt toe coming from
the upsairs laboratory In the rear of
the building. An entrae was gained
into the rnoon11 whih woas 11111 of
smoke. Tihoe''w111 entered first were
nearly overome but1 managed to reach
the Owidtlos.111d oen'ltem. Is 1000 1
as they recovered sufficiently a piece
of rubber toling was secured and
fastened to one of the basin faucets.
By means of this the fire was gotten
under control. Wen the fire depart-
ment arrived nothing remained for
them to 1d. Ibot eight desks were
partially destroyed. Damage. abot
;LG.

Death of Dr. Toyjama. A Gentleman's Feet...
President Aigell isas receioed the
faotlowing letter fronm Dr. Ono, an-OsotIytoh711071 n
uncom1fortablieshosior ereto c'pl
noun~cing the death of Dr. Toyanma, w,117lwse o~
the first Japanese student also raneol' / Fshioe has lbecomle decidedlleiet
tol thle University. Be owas loere froml Ierha10s5not101.7manestly s, lost 0ess
1173 Into7100ndreceived the Ihonor- /aweey abouIt the1future.At $2.98 a i
/ 1. guaroantee to fish11an ulitra-fashionae
ary degree of A. MI. in tilt:1 and more 77m10rtalle shoe thancan eeur-
Hon. Janmeo B. Anigell: 1.1cha01.1.1.1111.7e0at1 7n -sualprice7. An
Afly dear tpresident-t1110m7v71.7sorry our guar4111e7mea17011our 111101111back 9
to infarm you that your friendt Dr. gou1 want it1
'l'yama0 died yesterday 77t tle ate of -- ('
ft. Tis is a great 11077 to file alumnllli G AS S'SSIOE STORE
of Atichigan tUniversity in Jap011. A AS'oknwhicaersandutoOpen Eoeeisgs 13 M i
vot1098S..Mal
andl literary critic 1177 17111 10sf
returned0net iltis coun~try.11107ce he
returtned fronm America h11.has 7.70
cessively served in thoe Impteriat t~no-)
rily asproessor of sciloy' ea ; ROT 17110 BERJ.FRDWUERTi
lf th f ll' terary ldetpartment,15 '10d1fila-
atly as .itoslprehidenlt. Me0117111iseh
0117 elecoed as a life 1110101erofIthle V
House af Peers. At the 01rg01izaton
of Marqulis Ito's cabintn 10519 he X ~ I1 E ver -1 1 liltht o01 store' i nIvtha vr
0711 cllted from the unitversity to 1'Ir ) 11111'.r
sev ars'0 thoe mineof taeIlrl h - lt101.ilI'1ile in t. is rightI frointheo fctlo 11111' IrtI-
caltionO. Although 117 term of ofiee111 I117'1' 1101111iootllprl'l
111, 111 tlnger fthan fthre mlontlho 00 (te er aetadirtapoe
in1 711tfit'edisslttion If the c101111101 les1.1 111710hou tld ttnogll tol indullce co-ry rtani tisl
te made1 0m1.0 impllortantl .11angein 10 Xll-l17it t' isit Iu=111nd1examtine our011'go~l~odsfL ie' 11 111
01111 1educationalatem..hf Sin11117e11.e1
tilled fr~omtof1111ficlfe. he- 1100701itten shi lalt 7111. That 1'. oil Iwet'atk. All exaiationlill
attnd s111k/Il quite. fre1717 1011aut import- 1a11n1d1comparison lof 1)1i711 1w11looake 1its enouagho1p1r-
ant qulestions, lnad his wtaol1111elo-
s 11111.7 wel as1'.has1personaltc'ar- IlIla""" 'tt-stlll1-an flI to lire1alollge businless. Eve71y'-
77171-101710e1a1100o11-nd im~pressilon 71 11e is.701lglltlI and11evelry'one w~ill recied coullrel'711
1171 nlationl thfoulght.
In hislat moments111elois. 0 de0107cColaf tratmct-ltw11 eth11-er 1117e'call 1o 11110rlIrlyoclt'1111
711 withl variltou orsly Hisler111111. 711111-17.
ial Mtajesty. is death isloeing
m~ouornedlntIlylt 1 y17'h1s-117111ndosod
puilst, whl) otilmerseraO~l thItousan110s,
but by all intelleclfa classeso 11in Ja-fl
pan.V
last December-I called 011 him to 01 - T1L ILER & VUEL ft
rango' for the meeting of the Ann
Arbor a~ssociiation in '001110a1. 07 110 211 South Main Street, Ann Arbor.
Iee ectlII e ireec fi mi-r t the.
I leare 11n1111 h 1rs11metat-1-10 0 =e adbenill 0s1111' 11171fall, af first' _0______
sill influenzal, lfat'r111ioh111neumoonia;
frl~Ol'ofirl 001 70'1111711 fer AS AND ELECTRI LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
float I was oat for 00 trilla101 only re- j PORTABLE LAMPS. ETC.,
tretotectabuawekao GI was fold a few' darysoigo tDaethfle A lElCIALT1Y . SANITAss 'LUI iNG., 7STEAM10AN11 iOT 00A1ER 1HEATING1.
alto-effect of1 pneumoial caO Ousedl ear J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
troubtle7whtichtlaffe--tedi his br'ain. so
thth a ohv noeainpr1frmed 011 the unliversity hospital, hut;
the next news was of his death. LM S L VE Y .
OtlttIiOlttlslntbclsMy deoir President, I write yoa , O A S L I E R ..
Ins-wfthatroll aere chcinterested
1n lian 01111111lie was loyal to roil (
0114 your Unisersity to the last mom FINEF CACHES
ent of hlis life. NE Lj ''"~~~~ For Parties, Receptions Ec
I 0a1 01 ever, ytour faithfull puplil, j AND Ec
YEIJIRO ONO.
March 7th, 1900. Tokio, Japan. Co CE
The lBanklo11foapanl. C UPES G(ood and Prompt Service tisarsatie"
ati LAW NOTICE. I
All 'candidates for 'o1 law tbaseballt iJHN F. HASKETI. OEWITT ALLEN 1ta adi ae a ne 2 o nalsS. 70S.1t
SULLIVAN. Captaitn. INrwtter Phoe r436. New Stae. Phoeel e2000-rc (

IN THEE st SET OF I
FOURS I

Tie
Campus pI~otoraplhers
havttfllelal etf1U. sf M. and AnArbe r

it~l's e re ei plc e 7 ou1101 1117 s10- 5Viese. Mahe a specialtyoftudtllente' Reetefi
ness 44011where se istenod to sod lFlasholight woek, 17 eeasoae prices
Ikeel it. Thouh eag do11 ot sl Viewsonestale at Ca'lhis', 5hledee'e. tsot'',
paerade 1117 foctt a 'Il eot leegitl EdwarstaBroe.741111Schelleres Bootore.
00 sonae do, we 4111 juas40strong
asd just as long 10 quality ansd
QUARR Y
A MOST EXQUISITE TOOTH PASTE
Al HE NS THE AIRE Whitens, lbeautifieos, anlel1trservs e1111
ANTISEPTIC AND VRYPLEASINC T THE!
MONDAY, APRIL 16. I TASTE.
All druggists 25 eens,1.or 117'111ail 711111
ilo 1 l 71170 receipt of price.a
"A BUNCHI OF KEYS" C ET8 ODtot
it's P0oorP01161
TUESnAY, APILt.17- Woesdi0a11.1Wsrd
"fTwo Merry Tramps." Prices 15, 251
351 and 50 cents. APRILL'S SHOE STORE

A weicomne offering when mnaking a
call 10 a box of ?Ioegoferfer's "most ex-
cellent" chocoiates. They are the finest
b~ade and prices are so reasoll'll e that
y00 can afford ha give a treat often.
too E. Washington. 316 S. State.
To wait until you are1 comilled to
hay rubbers.
THlE WISE MAN
buye rubbers and has them ready for
wear when occaeion requires--and
has less to pay the doctor.

SEE OUR LINE OF 50 CENT PEARL HANDLE KNIVES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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