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THEi UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

c"" *ofrtt. J will certainly lhave('a salutary efete
on thei 'oplinio ofthtei'pubitlic regardinig
f' ubllshed Dily (Sunday excepted) daring the' questionl of legal trainling. -With
the College year, atr
the adviaiieeieiit iilliositiontanll il-l
TEE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. crease of influenice of the law gradin-t
OFFICE: Tinmes building N. Main st., opposite ate there will tonte iitcr" genieral reo-
post office.s
______________________________________ 'nitioii of the ieed of thiorouighnuess ill
EDI)TORCS legleducautini. .1Jilig tfrom the
J1. F. THsOMS, '(17. W.XV. HUGHES, '98 rpdinraeinatnanea.h
E. I. Gt,,Easn, '9i8 L F. M1. Lnnxts, . i ah nces8. itilslii''ltli
0. 11. BlAS.'93. F. S. StnioNs, '9s. priulistpl lawt.scltiols of the t'titin'ry.
it. C. tUiNDENOOnt, '98. it is perI'haps sate to preic le ni early
31nI NAGIN(I EDITOR I realiczationtif ct li ope. It may tie
C. iB. IhsAitisox, '9it: L. that st'eiday' istilt fat' off which w'i'll
B1USINESS MANAGER I siese t'e ftltillilient of Dr. 'i'opiii's 11:111
L. C. tXWsAL o, '9tt that t'e stidittt seeking admiissionl to
AsSOCIATE EIDITORIS ioie of the irofissisilal schiooils mlist
W. W. Tliayer, '51 L. S. It. Stailt. '55 L. first rie 'i a degree :in tihe literary
S. XV. Siiltii, '97. . XIt. idorcill, '98. n 1n.
J. L. Walsh '9(8 71. 11. IB. Skillinati, 'S L ..t
Ci. B. Roe, '(is D. Louise Diodge, '9i9.
B. BI. 71tcttany. '59. 1t. i'ol, illios9. No Dante Yesterday.

Dinner to Dr. Wenley. I 71r. Wsenley they wvere loisintg one whlo
'1T'ettlasgiox' teraldl of Apt ii 1 'i5 ''lmlibi P17'nus i
:gles on accounat of ainkertu'i teitiel grudige hick to their coutsins across the
Prof. It. St. Wsnli'ylit ((lasg;ow . ett.Ato"ihsntsnc ot
rendir 'Scotlanithel 'posrer, Mri. 'We''ii
lioiet'oh'lhis recet ltappiointtus'ot toi
1l71'was gain"g to a spiher'COwhen' his
Pts' elixir of pliliisoiijty iin ith' I iix'i'
sit callihign, 7.5. ." he ler aillities woutldl haxe full sicile, and
lie hartn110utthatcilthey' would lisat
alit says:'
"The Charma prposd " hegioodt actounts of hint."
T['le Chairtaniai hs Sir .TiitiixNeilsoti
tittist.' Mr1i'.Witley wavs not a nUtln~
P'stlitertsoi. tDr. Itetiley reispiondii'd
sif (xllsgo '. hut lie' had rei'vediX'il 1'
to the toast "ThlU'niv'ersity of -Miceh-
'gri'iti'r hull of his educeation in (las-
gmvrlndthe a~a~r poigan."
Uiverirsity 'of Glsgly I Ts ost-Atbosttile mtin buitildsing. a
laiis' gout -waiteh, opienlast', 'iXal-
eilititti years ilgo sieSI"'. «ei iiil'y t1ai,1.lse. returnl to stewiard's of'
firsltii'i'amei'a studiett i ntheIlt 'nri'er- lealtriei' 'X'd

beeniiredulcedlto tl.(ioiii dcaaiee ftii iscct
of tiie'year. Loevy;subscriptioni s atih
Daily office oerwithi P. C. Meyer, . Cotf1.
News tixud.
Editor of today's papler',
'T'he' provinice' of the Daoily is nost iti
r'e't'rditowiiniiii'orttside' new',-'5of '9 "lii-
elal nattile.bttheiire irs' mmolif the
reasdirs if this liapie'situ art' si
cottisei' tet''esti'd ini.nniiAArtor liy

toi tli'iis''lt-s'ss 1isti'i'(tty'afse'rtoiiti
liii heavy' ritl 11iailiitheii'diatonit
hto X'wt to lly' t11i011.Toiiday's gamlie
'sill bii' tilluld it 4:14 if the 'seutti:r
pemis Theiiiti:'rilly's'tii'
tBlue' Will iatsli fio'r gthis. It is
play'toduay. I ions sail yt'sterii'y
that li l i ldlii' 'iillilit to tply Whil

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Sity ofi (Wausgi:'w, andfot fi it'eearliest
periout hei'hait tak;eil fiiremostitpli'.'
ainoolihisfi'lliiwss. tie bielie'v'i'thti
Pt mtighit lit'saidlthat in tlh' presenti
partii'ulari'lini' XXlii'li hi'hail midels'its
own't than Sit. V'eulu'y. 'Tls' lppri"-
inivirsity xxwa5stis'own(iy t'e illrs ut
ia'uuti ini by his fellotiw stuidenits. sil
fiislinrg his ceai's'sr as a studiet(;l'.
t'l'v'nle'y hiai gine' abroad; anotiii
Romts, ini P'ris, <and iinBe'rlini lit' tadi

eyu'li' at atitnt's trie'? Cill oat Daily
ottilee.
University Hall.
S. L. A. COURSE.
FRIDAY EVE,, MAY 1ST.
Arthlo Irlu
Has wruitlitticat hill Sbe 01itli to keep
his engagemetttat AnArbor oingto
illness. i hitsplacelhashbenxiserd

1si'ason of theiir r'esidli'ncs' her'. 'liithii'pi'rmiissioni if thei'ds'ntaul faictlt'.
thl we'sicsn iioio'i ii ' 'ithe :tsiitu" 'I'e ll:'foitty' nieets toduay' anditit is lto
11w1:199 -'setihtg T'linis fiit'p-to-teishhi be'hopedsitthat siieisi' anti'ine'it cl
tu:'x't ii's'-s. 'Fhie''liiiitssvxis statrt.'sl bti cde so thattDtiean5 sRill b..
in thii' saimi'e earthat the:'t'.if '.l. h'7 ry' tothtet' iof tie 'X'arsity' ha~s
Daily'wsiestaitlishedilatittuniterits Ien after De'listyitng tiiget111h11 to
co'tiols liii'ie'r .Xnn tAltor'inl sitth i uanags'toenltilhit lie dostot.
thorotught styli' that its poie'i4'trhuts
Lectures on Medical Jurisprudence
foundtit tht'i'i' to liil thttttti' iltn____
s'nlart'i tisof this' liiiiniithis'n111111' tilteittt' oltohonhiof tieleaIw sdit'
tiltitre. thhrtmett'i'illliegitia eis sof lIc
tieslas'ooiste 'sork tifitd fittioits sioft tite 'sill bei' lei''s s lithcal Fuits
tte'LNN's' sihoiil if ttsy'is of .unti renes'lttlltti. 'he le'ctturi's'sill is' git':'i
thes'121i'' tl,'paieitu N iithit the is' 1 tisire tota ~ke ititet.
_ Theatricals at Wisconsin,
iuereosit rt'qiuiremens'ts illi ;1. _7.Sit.
Ililttititusbingsu's it strllucy the ditlti- Viscituisitt se'e'lis to Pie ftilliisx'itt
cu~ltie' s vlush hhinihls'h Otheiv'uinsg of 1,1 0th'ourptill hut rdtIo theatrtic'als.
a ttirtigh hleli'ucatin. Whleni tho 'raing'tuleutts have'sjstlbilie nill'
sequirs'eiuts hoerostdmissioti to a ' hli'ti'ttfior'this'pretsens'tationu by'liii'stoi-
s'httoh fhail it1oX'roidte'fotr' utore thuani u sdsnts of thathinhstittitionh ofJams
suihieliciil lpr'lminahry 'tedctionu it is Suhitliti Kttowls'otld l tlglislte(eow-i
obvxiotiihabt thuefinal 'isiults 'sill Such:ltty."'hLute i Ct'(lhse.'"'T'he proc'edts
someitthing if tholelsin d inuish.'Thesit, 'sill be1'turinedtover to Wisconsin's Atli-
hoe, anditthis is ta tthit wihihhiP'rof. Istie xSOiili.
Htutchiins ellitlihittfzis,-thet' i'iritl A ''I TtIN t71B'CCLISTS.
gtant of 11171 requtiremuenit by' stati' If your bicycle nteess leain or
statute fur au sioni to 'the Star is re'paiirintg Tuckler & Co., IS N. F~ourth
discourtagiing tothue luaw seocs. F'h.,,avies., is thes llicesto get goodsi 'orb
howxeve'r, the schtools themltselve'ss aeoe bns aut itprices that Iv'iill suit uttl.
'Viett'nd sell 'slitels, also hausve a
of neuessity ovesrcomintg becanse offulln ofp--eaeunris Or
their infitteice on the. opinions of the inotto is "Lix's andl let lit',':'
gradtuautes they' places in this legasl uro
L~ost.-Tthta Delta C('ii fraernity
fensiout Sintes this lawsyer of today rci' eor ',
piu. Finsder 'rxill rcierwr ,.
hass ftalls'n into lilies of .spciaaionl returning to this house, 10 C'ornxxesll
the adx'antages to hr gained by teacehi. Place.
tug lawv in a, lawx school ever the olsd i o ssi edo ntigi
method Sax's become plainly a7parent. the lins of sporting goods and want it
The graduates of reputable law cheap, call at Plhs Daily otfice.

1,'tituiittg to wlhihit'e hiattsio'sill tilt'- OF1 MOS~ES PflT rR
pliedi hhiuush; ittulnd hut' lu'ii'x''sIthatal rP r .11
thes hit'sst ,in 71.iihi's oxx parlii11111 o o nlisl, ohio oill lcture cin,
sthit'tthti' oo 1(1huttt ittu 1 WASHINGTON, AS MYTH AND
lion11 tallSit'. 'Vi't'tiy'. lt otittu111 .A E LT .
I'in'tuiys witch, the ChairmanututohbS-ELIY
sirossI thattIheir Hi'gtthl uore tiii. Pitot.Tyler i s atfinishicd ortr anid cannot
hail to p1lease.
eolntitry'.thu 'redtiof utru1tiuuo htilt
Th'uiix'irsity' t'xt'isittn S1ltuutte. tIu Lecture'Pbegiius at 8 13cck.
IF PRICE COUNTS
-z You should see ourh stock of M A NIDO L N S
'We arc obliged to mhove fiomour00 paesentt siore soonh
anti hav'e secureti n0 new locaion.
ToClose Our Stock
We are offering a good mandlini at $3.95 anti a fine
one at $4.45. Some better oues at $6.60. Those
are rare bargaius.
GUITARS AND BANJOS sinning this sale $3.50
to $7.50. It xviii pay you to look.
'Ann Arbor Organ Coo
51 S. Main Street.
We Sell Bicycles.

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