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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

THEILLINI. o- ^ aav-o- - — ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . LEARNING AND LABOR .

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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LABOR . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

LABOR . BY DR . J . M . GREGORY . Morning Chapel Talk , Monday , November 23 d . I have been accustomed from year to year to speak to the students on the subject of labor . I have desired to help them to more just and noble and inspiring views of this inevitable duty and destiny of our race . At the outset I favored the adoption of the labor system here , as a part of the daily duty of every student , and it was a source of great regret to me when it was found that the University could not continue to furnish profitable employment to the increasing number of students , and was obliged to substitute the voluntary labor classes for the regular hours of daily labor for all . But it has been a matter of profound satisfaction that so many of our students continue their daily work in the shops , on the grounds , gardens , and farms , or wherever they can find employment . I honor with all my soul those young men and women who thus , by honest and hearty labor , win their own Way up to the...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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THE COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

THE COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION . The Oratorical Contest at Bloomington seems to have created quite a sensation among the students of the colleges engaged in it . As ; i first attempt it was a grand success , both financially and intellectually . Jitit we hope the succeeding contests will be marked by a more friendly spirit and a generous willingness to abide by established rules . The truth of the matter is , that about one-half of the orators went to the contest with speeches more than fifteen minutes in length . It appeared from the debate in the Association that very few expected the rule to be enforced . If the Association had been composed of men who were determined to carry out its rules and give fair play to all , there would have been no hard feelings after the award of prizes . As it was , the Association affirmed the rule , but refused to instruct the judges to take into the account . So the dissatisfaction which arose afterward was entirely uncalled for . No man ought to comp...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

THEILLINI. ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . LEARNING AND LABOR .

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POPULAR ERRORS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

POPULAR ERRORS . BY T . J . B . A recent visit to the Scientific Association and the discussion upon the Eye is the cause of the selection of this topic . Pending the discussion the fseudo scientific theory of an image after death being retained upon the retina came up . The so called fact was stated that an ox having been shot , exhibited in its eye the picture of a man firing , showing him in his exact attitude , with gun extended , & c . Some Frenchman gave birth to the idea that a murderer might be detected by the eye of the victim and the statement gained popular credence . To help along belief in the notion the term photographing the image upon the eye was used , and to those ignorant of this process , but familiar with the result , there seemed not only possibility but plausibility in the statement . The image seen in the living eye also aided . It is almost too bad to spoil so fine a theory backed up , as it is , by so many newspaper and scholarly statements . St...

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LUCK . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

LUCK . BY II . F . B . Tis said that man is a victim of circumstances , and so average humanity believes that luck , chance , and accident are the great moulders of the destinies of men and of nations . Let a poorly clothed boy issue from a log cabin , pass to a log school house to obtain his elementary education , apprentice himself to some trade , spend his days in hard labor and his nights in hard study , save his money with almost a misers greed until he has enough to enter him at college , let him there graduate with the highest of honors to enter the legal profession or the army , becoming a member of Congress or a general , the author of a great reform or the hero of a decisive victory , be raised to a position in the Cabinet , or made a foreign minister or perhaps a President , and his success is attributed to his good luck , while no credit is given for his industry , energy , and pei-severance . But let the victorious general meet with reverses , let him be defeated on the...

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TABLE DRINKS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

TABLE DRINKS . BY K A . Wc were all seated around the table that pleasant New Year s morning , Father , Mother , Fred and his chum , and Joe Ersk , spending their holiday vacation . I was a little late at breakfast—had been watching the Old Year out . I have made you a cup of tea this morning , said Mother as she handed it to me , at the same time asking me what resolutions I had made for the coming year . What ! are you not going to drink tea this year ? they all chimed . It was the first I had thought of it . I had racked my brain in vain for a resolution for the coming year , and had given up all hope . But here a resolution had forced itself upon me at the very moment I was asked to confess it ; and more than that , I had taken the first step to keep it . Not allowing the others to know the state of affairs , I answered : , No , I will drink no coffee nor tea this year . They were all surprised , for I was an habitual tea and coffee drinker , and had always argued the necessity ...

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NOVELS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

NOVELS. BY J . E . I .. The practical critic asks the latest novel of its contents, its business in life, its tone, whether moral, religious, aesthetic, or merely a colloquial tale of love and matrimony; and of its depth of character, and analysis of men and the times. Do you present life as a grand whole , holding the mirror up to nature or simply praise and idealize some small corner of the greatest of institutions, the home circle and society? Have you those strong and healthy ideas, which at once awaken the torpid faculties to action? Will you arouse thought, reason and the spirit of progress in the social circle? We take it to be the duty of the novelist , not so much to spring life and its eccentricities to the bent of his own mind, stamping every idea with the egotistic "I" as to simply paint character as it lives, moves, and acts, as it works from cause to effect. Certainly humanity presents in its multiform variety more suggestive examples than fickle imagination can create...

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MEN OF HISTORY .-DANTON . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

MEN OF HISTORY .-DANTON . BY c . o . s . Imagine a man of colossal stature , with a countenance deeply marked by the ravages of disease , and almost fiendish in its expression ; a flat nose , protruding lips and small , sparkling eyes . Imagine ringing in your ears a rude , harsh , yet powerful voice hurling full at you in speech gigantesque figures and violent apostrophes , and this Titan of the French revolution is before you . Nature ^ said he , has given me the athletic form and harsh expression of liberty . As early as 17 S 0 , then but thirty years of age , he became the principal leader of the rabble of Paris , and his district of the Cordeliers became at once the rendezvous for the most furious of the revolutionists , while the famous club , bearing the same name , sought to tear down the very foundations of society , and aimed even at the destruction of the throne . Danton has been compared to Mirabeau in the power which he possessed of moulding public opinion , and in know...

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THE JOHN-RABBIT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

THE JOHN-RABBIT . BY A MATHEMATICAL JUNIOR . The first authentic account we have of the John-rabbit , ( vulgarly called the jack-rabbit , ) is in Gen . 6 . 23 . This animal is supposed to be the connecting link between the common rabbit and the mule . It is larger than the former , and smaller than the latter . In complexion , manners and customs in general , the John-rabbit resembles the common rabbit , but in ears he resembles the mule , while in fteetness he combines and multiplies by ten , the fourth power of both . A full-blooded thorough-bred , imported greyhound can keep in sight of a John-rabbit for 1 m . 39 3-10 sec , mean time . Only that and nothing more . A good idea of its speed can be obtained by reading Mark Twaur s story of the coyote through a microscope with a power of 100 diameters . The john-rabbit in motion presents a varied aspect . On leaving the ground he unfurls his ears , elongates his , body , and sails through the air with the greatest of ease till he beg...

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COMMUNICATED . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

COMMUNICATED . The Railroad Engineering Class have done their duty nobly . Through rain and snow they have bravely pushed their work , and now it is almost completed . They have cut through the hills , filled up the valleys , and built mighty bridges over the rushing torrents . Their labors have been heavy , but all along the weary way they have been cheered by fields of luscious turnips . In after years they will remember these , and sing with the poet : How dear to my heart are the scenes of my boyhood , When fond recollection presents them to view . Ah ! Mr . Editor , there are times when our emotions are too big for utterance . Such will be the case with our present Junior Engineers when they in dreamy thought reflect on pleasures that are past . The sighs they uttered when the last turnip was eaten , the tears they shed as standing mournfully in a ciicle around the transit they reluctantly divided the last one , would have melted a heart of stone . Twas pitiful , twas wondrous ...

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THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1874

THE UNIVERSITY . THE UNION MEETING . The first Union Meeting of the societies of the University for the year of 74— 75 was held in the chapel Friday evening , Dec . 4 th , the Alethenai , Adelphic , Philomathean , and Scientific Societies being represented . Contrary to programme , but according to a long established custom , the exercises were not opened at the advertised hour ; but the people did not cease coming until after 8 o clock , and , of course , it would have been foolish to have attempted to conduct an entertainment with the constant interruption of persons coming into the hall . The chapel was crowded , every available seat being filled . The audience was composed largely of citizens , showing that these meetings are enjoyed and appreciated by the good people of Champaign and Urbana . The performers of the evening entered the hall at a quarter past eight o clock and took their positions on the stage . Mr . A . C . Scribner , President of the Scientific Association , wie...

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