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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

f+ # 1+Miss Dow at Newberry Hall.
F5~ Ms Virgmnia Dox, who will speaki
- in -Newberry Hall next Sunday mlorn-
Published Daily (Sunday, excepted) during lug at 9:1-5, is a prominent aluna of
the College year, at the University, who is known as a
THE UNIVERSITY OF.-MICHIGAN. very fascinating speaker. she has
OFsICE: Times building N. Miain st., opposite spoken hefore the students of nearly
post office. all the prbninent colleges in the coun-
try, and recently at Olivet and Ober-
EDITORS liii, where she addressed large and-
J. F. TaussiAS, '97. W. W. THAYER, 'it L. icuces. She was for mulny years a
E.L.G Ceissino, '98 L F. \l. Loowis1.
0. 15. Ihose, '55. '. S. SiMONS,'-s8. missionary to the Indians of tile West
R. C. UDneuwuon, '55. C. M. CoEn, 't. aiid is said to he a very interesting
-INGN OTi speaker on tiiosutjeci, which she so
G. B. IIARRISON, '95 L. well untderstands.
_ ~Her suhject at 'Newherry Hail will
BUCStNESS MIANAGOER he, 'Life Amiong the Indians,"
L. C. VfoKeno, hi. tey. Johnii L. It. Trask, of Spring.
-field, MLiss., says: "During a minis-
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
w. V. iohes iS 5 II SolS ,~L. try of twenty'-five years I have hiadi
S. W. South, '97. W. t'. atorul, '98. tic pleasure of entcrtaiining iil my pill
J. L. Walish, '%3 Al. 11. B. Spiilan, '98 L. j pit maiuy excellent woiiuc who have
C. B. Sloe, '9S D. Loulse Dodge, '99. spiokenioniitile diversified work of till
B. B. etheany, '55. 1:5.Corwls,"0. mnfl hit h amesl e
Lola J. Dickinson, '9. illiillChitTeaiicisyh-
________________________________ lon bgs to Miss Dox. She has ai won-
The sub~scription price of the Daily has (deful story aiid she tells it wonder-
heen reduced tot'J cts inoadacfothe t retA fully twell.":
of the year. Leave suscriptions at ClueMisDt iltel"o ac-
Daily office or with P. C. Mleyer, C. of M. Ms o uiltl lovMru
News Stood. W'hitimanislived Organ," to (lie Youn~g
Mcin's Sundaiy Evening Clbof liie
Editor of today's paper, .5 engregat isnal church, tomorrowv

AFEW LEADERS IN FINE FOOTWEARFOR FR WAYND -SI-
AllE Gonts' $7.00 anti.$0.00 Patent Loather Shoes. . 9
A l l G en t s ' $ 6. 0 0 a n d $ 5 . 5 0 C o l o r e d S h o e s f o r . . S l e t ' $ . 0 C l r d S o s . . . . . . . . . 1 ,4
All Ladies' '5.00 Colored Shoes.............. . 4
All Ladies' .00 Colored Shoes for................ $3.49
All Laties' '3.50 Colored Oxfordsfor ............... $2.99
All Ladies' $2.50 Colored Oxfords for .. .............. $2.19
This sale includes all otir elegant liues of summer goods in
the latest colors and styles.
J A COB S & A L LMA ND, Washngton St
ANN AERBORIt . It. BULLETIN. n i o
atsof oiie and oue-thurd far oiilji~ ttig t
the certificate plan will hreimade toi
the following mneetings:
Chiago- Associatisn of N urserymnen, & Car
Julne 10 to 11. " 0 0
Clevelaiid, O.-Y. -I. C. A. Secre-
taries, June 5 to 9. ''j~E
Escanaha, Mich.-Hiheriiiau Conven-
lion, Juno 16.
Muskegon, -Mich-Arheier Bund, I
June 9 to 11.IIiI I h s
Oiie fare for round trip for the fol.P o o a h0[
low-iiug:9 P
Buy Yiew-Caup -Meting and As-
seinhly, July 7 to 16. of Detroit, will niake
Chiieago-Deiiocratic National Con-
vrention, July 3 to 6. your sittings every
St. Louis, -lo.-Riepiihliean National
SConvention, Jeune 123Iao1.. W
Whashington, D. C'. -Y. F. 5. C. I.. [D[nvAYeANtSAoJnA.

Tue intecrest takenu liy the lower
classnmen iii atleiticsold~c give thieii
a large crowdl at the sotploiiore-fresli-
man meet Mondtay litlernoonl. 'Ninsety-
eight iiid lI99lhave shown coinsiidersahte
class enthusiasim so ar and this spirit'
is deserving of a stronig -xpressioni of
approval froii the oltder uneitlrgrlad-
uates.
If tie publishiet arrallgeilii1ts re-
garstilg the comihination of thii Pal-
lhdium a111d1Cataulian receive iall
!ratification '97 -sill tuike a lonlg slip
toward mlakinig University pubilica-
tions relireseulliti-'e of :Mii-higan. All
aininual of the high graide ichel is
ohvioutsly expected fromi anIin1stitu-
lion ilo'-Michigan can silly he securetd
by the co-operatioin of the entire sill.
dent hoidy.
'9T Class Rooting Tuosday.
Thle Independents of the class of '97
shouild turn out in full force at the
class mieeting to he held niext Tues-
day at 4 p. iii. This will he the imost
imiportaint meeting the class has ever
had. The meeting is for the inudiose
of electing the hoard of the '97 senior
anuallanld every patriotic '07 !man
ad wonian shioulid feel the importanlce
of selectinig meiiibers mlost caplahle of
filling the position.
As the wonien play a most import-
ant pairt in the production of the sen-
ior annual, a large attendance of them
is urgently requested and expected.
Moreover. they are expected to do
(heir share in electing the nmhbrs
of thme hoard, several of the miembers
of which are from their numher.
LAW STtIDENTS, _ATTENTION.
Write to Frederick Mains, Attorney,
Albion, Mich., in relation to formling
a copartnership with a well estah-
lished business. A chance with any
one of three attorneys in three local-
! ties. Write at once.
FREDERICK MAINS.

Yalo Crew Leaves Cur Henly.
Thei'Yvle crew- which will taike lart
ini thii royal tHenlecy rcg. lIa left Niw
Htavein for New' v-It Sast nig ht. Thley
were givi-l a greait senld-olft'Inotile
acecompimeiiint of hrass hainds, fir--
wuorks and cheers. Blsh Cssk, tiii
flauiiois coachl, will lmeet tein-n iNewv
York, where tlucy bsarid the stcler
in thi loriilg. 'Cue imembers of tliii
crew took thi-ir last praictice yester-
day anil al-e inilint-Cormi. Tsiiiiiy
Clark, (lie coxsw-linl cho steereid last
yiears eight to its victory over liar-
card, willlagahinhact; as coxswain.
Sidnmey, thue 5Yale rutiter for yeairs, will
Ialiso alieetlhuiay9-the crew-. Evsery ar-
rllngciuha ss benmunadto10keel) (le
minui i good coniditioi i le ii o shitp-
hoard. T1hey will slot he givemiilueihi
of ainy work to dlo, b~ut Bamines and~
so forth hav-e teen priovided to nuaki-
the tiine pass hy swviftly aiudplelas-j
aiitly.
SPECIAL SEIRVICE AND tIEDVCED'
RATES.j
To insure sufficient accommodations
to all perssns takiing Michigan Central
truins dluriug (lie breaking up of the"
college extrua coueches wvill he Sprovideid
on all trains. hReduced rates for partis
of tcn or nuore can also be secuired
between all ploints on thus-Michigaii
Central on early application to, Mr. tH.
W. Flayes, Agent, M1ichigan Centrul.
Students wvho have relics they wish
worked up into binding can get the
best and cheapest work dlone at the
Argus bindery, over thue Ann Arbor
Savings hank.t
Wanted-Lady or gentleman wiosi-
ing employment for summer vacation,
$1 per day. Address M1ayfred Finn,
Ann Arbor Michi. 1S2
Gentlemen-If you wvant to nave
money on shoe repairing call on A.
Levy, 31 N. Mlain st., just below the
p:ost office. All work first class. Light
soles 50 cents, heavy ones 60 cents.
For Itet-Furnished house ssuitable
for a fraternity or society, at 102 5.
Stste st.
Subscribe for the Daily and get all
the baseball news.

It. S. GIIEENWOOD, :fgt.
ItItMESEEKEIS.' t-tXCURISIONS
To Virginuia anld North Cauroliina.
Agents of Ohio Central Liines wiii
sr-li Hteme Set-hers' Excuirsion 'Tickets
to pints iniVirginliaand 'NourtiCauro-
lisua onu June 9th, ritlunlSmut 10(lia-s.
at rate of onue fare for roundt trip tluis
$2. tFor further i"nforuuautiounatddress:
Johin toores, '.1'. P. A., F-inuday, 1).,
or WI. A. Peters, Si. P'. A., Detroit,
Michi.
STUDENTS, ATTENTION!
Mcii or womtemi who wuishi to go to
Bay View,',Michi., for the season for
wucork, please ca1Tih Tuursdasy afternoson
only, at No. 7 N. State st. Sirs. t1. C.
Eaumcs.
D. & C. Floatlig Palaices are noucv
running daily betcveein Detrit anid
Cleveland, anud onu Say 1 will coinu-
imeuice to run daily between Clevelaund,
tnt-in-Bay and Toledo. If you are
travelinug between the above point-s,
tke advantage of a water trip anud
suave iioney-.
Spend your vacatioun on the Great
Lakes. Send for illustrated pamphlet.
Address A. A. Schuantz, G. P. A., De-
troit, SMichi.
Svanted.-Foar energetic young la-
dies or geiitlemen to travel, salary $41
amid expene. Al-so Save profitable
employment for thuose desiring to worki
during vacation. Call or address 3. J.
Cargill, 15 E. Liberty st.

-AT-J
NO. 5 W, LIBERTY ST.
5O2t "BABY'99 BLISS 50
weighing oinly 502 pounds
rides
The America.
To introduce this magnificent
-wheel, I will muake a very
liheral dtiscount fronl list price.
It is Ilie hatndsonmest you ihTve
seen, it is, a beauty.
A.WILSEY,
SOZOS AGENT,f
N. B-I SELL THE CLEVELAND. 1.
2d semester.
UNVRST SCHOOL OF OANCING}
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $2 FOR THE REST OF -THE YEAR,,,
THE KINDERGARTEN BILLIARD HALL
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS-
MONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL
PROP'EETY.
Wholesale Ciars. Tobaccos and Cigareilee

BIG SHOE SL
Randall, Argard & Co. Shoe stock, Grand
Rapids, Mich., sold to us.
65c ON THE DOLLAR.,
Men's Hand Sewed Russiss $6.00, cot to $4.85
'Men's Hand Welt Russias, $5.50, eut ho $4.25
Men's IDsrk Brosv n Rtussias, $4.00, cot to $2.98
Men's Pat. C F Bals Russias, $5.00, cot to $3.85
G OODSPEEDjBROS., AIN

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