100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 05, 1896 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1896-06-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

ft1 hetr of close decisioint, a majority of
'+ f i shvicl iniihils opiniion Were tigsiiiit
Michiiiaii Mr. Stage ha's ialway~
Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during acted iin good faith antd it is only
the College year, at duiniii to acknowledgr that lis excel-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN= lent work atsnump~ire has bee11 a pirolli
Oresen Times building N. Mlain st., opposite inetnt feature ill 11111gamtetsit the athi-
nest office.
__________________________________ie tfieldi in which hr hat otliciateth.

A EWC LEADERS IN FINE FOOTWEAR SATDYUN -
All[ Gents' $7.:00 and $6.00 Patent Leathor Shoes..9
All Gents' $0. U0 and $5.50 Colored Shoes for. $4
All Gents' $5.00 Colored Shoes................. .4
All Ladies' $5.00 Colored Shoes..............$S44
All Lladies' $4.00 Colored Shoes for.... ............$3.49
All Laties' $3.50 Colored Oxfords for.............. $2.99
AilI Ladies' $2.50 Coloretd Oxford s for. ............. $2.19
This sale includes all our elegant lines of summer goods in
the latest colors anld styles.
JA OB &A LM N ,Washington St.

EDITORS'
J. F. TuoowS,'i. X. TW. TAtYR. '5 L.
. L. OEismint~,'05 L F. MI. Loois, '.
. H. lNS, 'l. F. . Siiox, 'lIS.
R. C. OUND sRVoon. TS, C. l. GRENe, Il
IAAINGt EDITOR
. B. lI~rxsoo, 'lt-L.
BUISNESS&IANAIEP
L. C. WLK. W, 5.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
AV W. lougies, 'i8S. 5.R. OSit"N'iL.
S. W. Smith, '1. T. P. lorrill, '5.
J. L. Wlh, 'N T51.1i. B. Skillesuts.'55 L.
fC . It o, 's D. Louise Dodo, 'ii
B. B. lMlcibeny, '5. H. Corst, '5.
Lla . Dicisso,'5.
The subcripion price of te Dily has
been redcd to 75 cs is avanetor te ruAo-
of the yor. teave subcriptios at te
Daily ofice or with P. C. Mleyr, U. oh Al.
NewsSttand.
Editor of today's paper,
N. IV. TtSAYE, '9 L.
fTorm are several things in cositc-
tion wills yestrday's game wicht
shousltd call forth adierse critici.
The opinion which a nutmbster of sits's
tators held after the gvie Ithat Chit-
ctito's victory falitia ipreoncie'd r-
rarge usct is rather asrd at frst
thought, ut it really shows a wat
cf confiuence in the teami which is
soinewhitt discourging. Te idea
that ally membner of the 'X'srsiy
-wotldhstool) to any ttuchlissrept
aile practice as to give away a game
in oruder to secre funds for the At-
letic Association is not -worty of tol-
eration y any fair-minded sttdent.
It is surprising that it should e
rought up at all, yet he assertion
was seriously made yesterday by per-
sons who are upposed to have some
abiliy to appreciate the game. It
was simplly iii "of-day" ntl instead
of tunjust asersion the san shsotld
receive commiiedation for their work.
The action of the ciowd waslnot
what it shonid have Dcci. Te visit-
ing players were entitled to gentle.
umanly treatiment tindt it is hardly lice.
essary to state tht they did not re-
ceive this froim te settors. There
wvas enotughl entluiisins dispayesd, Dt
it was5 directed along lines ordinarily
shiowXn at fourth-rate professioial
gaimes and it laked proer leader.
ship. The members of the Atleti
Board fuled to direct the cheering
and do not seem to have sufficient in-
terest to do their shre of the Xork
at sueh times. Since they are not to
be depended upon, it wonld Do an ~x-
cellent plan to appoint 'yell-masters'
for the remaining honme games, wose
duty would lie In making the cheering
syntematic.
A spirit of fairness wan hardly
shown toward Umpire Stage ester-
day. Ile was obliged o make a nuns

Last Faculty Concert of the Yor.
The faculy concert given last even-
ing in tFriece Memiorial Hal was tec
last sne of thes-sesois anth was ery
XXel attended. Thle inumbesrs wer
somewhaX'lttmtore pouslar in charcte
thatn usul andl tll were wsel receiX-d.
Mr. Jouas'tendiion of te legens "S.
FrtutisXalig oiltie wves," by
Liszt, iece'Xsi1tive nethustiaistic' tns
wll, deservesdh encore. 'M'. i Lamonl
XX'l15 at lilt best iiihis rendecrig f thes
"Three English 1;lsihos," nch ilt'
- sreitativ'e fromitFatst vas15 also Xvey
issil execu'tet'd. 'he sonaa fosr pinlo
tush violin iby Miss IJaffe andsiMr. eito
shoswedi to the hist adsvntgiills
techniical skill of these artists.Xwhlo tic.
alwai'ys Xeypotular Xwitl an Ani Ar-
bor atidience.
At teclose of te concert Profisor
Stanuley lannionicedlthat te grduai-
ion exesesss in the School of Music'
will tale' plcciinTiesitty, -J ie 16.
This commiiencemen'it mars tshe sst
pleion of tise Ousi;t fosr year s of 1110l
e'xiste'nce of the Seholsi of Music tutd
te class tuat is grtdtiate'dtthsyiar
will he the first ce to rc'eive chubi-
Ilas fromiitile school. TShe class is
Compiiossd Of ninei gradtes ans it is
certainly greatly to the resit of the
schtosolthat is inabhledhis toae sutli ii
excelleut 5showig at its hirst Coml-
mnemenent.
Rxcursion to Whitmoro Lake
This Studnteis' Christian Association
togehier with this'Youg teople's So-
ceities of te various chutrces hatve
arranigedh an excursint to Whitmosre
tLukei for Saurdsay June i. A spciatll
triniAviii leave oer the Aim Aror
-Railroad at 1 p. il. aousrtaciri t lt0
p. i.(sandardh time). A rte of '15
cents for te rotundi trits has ].)'eoi
mtaide. All younig hpople arc'ivited
to go.
SPECIAL SEtIVICE AND ItEDUCED
RlATES.
To insure snffiient ocoittnodations
to ol persons takiig Michigan Central
trains during te reaing up of te
collee xtra coaches Xiii e rovided
onl all trains. Ieduced rates for prtits
of ten or more can also Do securse
between all point on the Michigani
Central on ealy Oapplcatlion to AMr. I.
W. Htayes, Ageit, icign Central.
Students who have relis they wisl
wvorked up into binding cxii get the
best and cheapest work dlone at tie
Argus bindery, over te Ann Arbor
Savings ank.t
Wanted-Lady or gentleman wis-
lug employment for summer vacation,
$1 per day. Address Miayfred Finn,
Ann Arbor Mih. 12
Gentlemen-f you want o ave
money on so repairing call on A.
Levy, 31 N. Mlain St., just below the
post office. All work first class. Light
soles 50 cents1 heavy ones 0 cents.
For Rent-Furnished house suitable
for a fraternity or society, at 102 S.
Mt St.

e A-NN AtRBORlt t. It. BULLETIN.
I Rates of cue tand onc-thtird fare onl
thie certificate iplnwill Dseumtde for
thse followving mieetings:
y.Chictago-Associationu of Nurserymen,
1Jtune 10 to 11.
f1 Cleveland, O.-Y. 'I. C. A. Secre-
-taries, Jnne 5 to 9.
Escanaba., Mich.-Hihersian Conveit-
tionl, June 16.,
Muisbegoni, icht--Arbeiter Biund,
JItute 9 to 11.
Onte fare for round trip for te fol-
lowinlg:
Bay Vsiewv-Camph'Meeting aind As-
sembllly, July 7 to 161.
Chilcago-Demtocratic "Ntiolnal Con-
Xventioin, July 3 to S6.
St. Lotuis, 'Mo.-Itepubllean Ntational
CoinXen-tion, Junie 12 So 15.
Wa'shtingtoni, D. C. -Y'. P. S. C. E.
Coinventison.

Satia;JOIeh 0
SPECIAL, SALE!
NECKWEAR AND
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS,
Tis includes every Tie and Neg-,
ligee Shtirt in the stock.
WAGNER & COr
PURNISHERS,
21 MAIN ST.,, ANN ARBOR,

IIR. S. GREENWOOD, AgS.
HIOME SEEIiJI IS' E1-C P151 ONS
'To Virginia anti NorhC'trollina.
Agents of Ohio Centrial Lines will
sell hlomse St's-ers' Exctirsion Tiekets
to points in irginila andi North C'aroi-
litaon uttne f9th, rcturn limiit 30 chays,
It rmite of onie fare for rotundstrS-iptpls
$2. 1-or fturthter i'sforsshtioit addsress:
Johni Moores, T. 1'. A., F~indily, 0.,
or WV. A. Peters, M. S. A., Detroit,
Mlich.
STiUDENTS, ATTErNTION!
Mi-i or women wvho XXitsh to go to
Bay V'iewv, Mich., for thte season for,
Xworb, please call 'Thutrsdhay afternloon
oinly, at No. 7 N. Slate st. Mrs. Ht C'
Eames.
D. &- C.Floating talacees are niisv
runninlg daily betweeni Detroit anch
Cleveltand, atid en tay 1 will comn-
isensce to rtii daily betweens Chevehiessi,
tnt-ill-Bay ansi Toledo. If you are
traveinig betweeni the above points,
take adivantage of at wvtter trip anti
save mloney.
Spenld your vacation onl the Great
Lakebs. Send for illustrated pamuphlet.
Address A. A. Schuantz, G. tY. A., De-
troit, Michi.
Wanted-Four enlergetic young la-
dies or gentlemen to travel, salary $45
and expenses. Also have profitabie
emtploymnent for those desiring to Xvor;K
during vacation. C.all or address J. J.
Cargill, 1S B. LibertyOs.

I/
Too outhtt to itestr a pate of
Kolored. - Shoes
AND KEEP KOOL. ALL STYLES IN
KALF OR9KID.
BEAL'S 100
6 N. MAIN ST. OPP. COURT HOUSE.
2d Semester.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $2 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.

i

B GRandall, Argard & Co. Shoe stock, Grand zizi
Rapids, Michi., sold to us.
65c ON THE DOLLAR.
Men's Hand Sewed Rtussias $6.t0, cut to $4.85
Mlen's Hand Welt Rlussias, $5.10, cut 10 $4.25
Men's Dark Brow~n Russia s, $4.00, cut ho 82988
Men's Pat. C Bals Rtussias, $5.00, cut to $3.85
GO'ODSPEED BROS., 1 S

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan