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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

211 ~ Detroit's S;cholarship Fund,
IU .fPf .Y'I '&Tho following article on the Detroit.
-:[High School Alumni Asscltion is
Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during front the 'ti6l Hilicon of the Detroie
the College wear, at High School:
THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. 'The Alumni and Scholarship Fond
OFFICE: Times building N. Mlais st., opposite Associaionuleave Jusot closed a. VerY
post office. irosperouo year. The work of lbi-
Associatioin is ginevig, and thClin l
EDITORS is clew beinig pushled to establiosh a
J0. F. TIOoMAS, '07. W. W. THAYtR, '00 L..( permcaenet endowiceit fond, acid tlil
E. L. OeISMEl, 't8 L F. Mi. Loomis,'9. amnsit of mneiy raisoedItus far"
0. H. lIAns, '53. F. S. SIsmoNS, tO.
R. C. CaNDEtoOn, '50. C. to. ffiEos,'9s. $ 5,000, would seem to intdicate that
- thit tisee will clot be feir off when iic-
MI NAGING EDITOR stcad of spiendineg all thic reccipets, a
0. 0.,lloneilSON, '96 L. permenicict aniulcasticeg basis wicl lee
igBSINESOS MANAGER givcn to the work. Three studlents
L. C. WAoERo, 'at. wvereCgrdtiated fromi tic Univerity
- ~of Michigani cast Jesus', ands eight steu-
ASSOCIATaE EDITORS Cgents in all have becic thus faee nlt
W.W. If lahes, '98. S. IR. Smith, '96 L. to tce university.
S. W. Smith, '97. W. P. Mrrill, '$ "hsi"ats5hchmrt h
J0. L. iWutsh, '50 IA. IH. 1B. Obkilmas, '00 L. i isatkwececlesCi'
C. 0. Roc, '98 0. Louise Dsdcc, 99. heaerty support of every student in liie
B. n. Metheasy,'990 n. Coewisi, '%. Detroit High School, a11111 e arc soe-e
Lula I. nieheessos,'99t. timeecsopt to forget thee iole work tis
The sbscription pricer of the Deiy hass Associectione is accemeplisheineg, one eni-
been reduced to 75 ees leeadvatice lee tie resctltirely Cleiquie init s limee,icnd ranekieng
of the year. Leave xsubscriptiones at the ai ll(an the meost bienecolentetler-
Daily of10ce sr with P. C. Meyer, U. of Ct.w tn.i e htcnels h upr :
News tood pries ati caeielfit the*.iilisrof

CUT SALE UNTIL JUNE 13th:
>Alli Gents' $7.00 arid $6.00 Pa tent Leather Shoes. .
All Genst' $6.ov0 and $5.50 Colored Shoes fur .. 4
All Gents' 5.00 Colored Shoes.... .....
All Ladies' $5.00 Colored Shoes. . ... 44
All Ladies' x'4.00 Colisred Shoes for...... ....$3.49
All Lacdies" $3.50 (Col ored Oxfords for.. .............$2.99
AllI Ladles' $2.50 Colored Oxfor is for. ............... $2.19
This sale includes all our elegant lines of summer goods in
tlee latest colors and styles.
J COBS &_ALLMA N Wsigo ' ioD)Washington SElk

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VACATION IRATLS. W-
The Acece Arbor Stooad wieli cae dl tco
rtsof 2c per miile Co any3 poit iin V t 9ti g oi-
Central Traffic territory to paerties of
tn(t0) or meore traevelieeg legether.la k
Special traine will be runi to Chiicago C l r 0
Tunce 17 if 7-) peopele taeke tickets.
Quicekest time a111( good service gu~ar- fiI
anteed. Leave yoeer naeec at ticket1L

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Today's gainle will be interesting,. iit School hush feel proudi of leer
wh-iatever the result. The Varsity cane strong,, successful Alileli assiocialtionl
aned of life greast work it is dioncg"
be cosunted oil for soile spiented lily-The officers of the Alumnxii Assoiae-
lug lied the crowd sheould help iemcc to huhn for 1595-)-lt are Jt. W. Ficecety,
wile by heaery cheerring.lpristidcent; Stiss Irenec L. C1sllnds,
___________________rice'presidenet; J. 5. httii. siersteary
Th'Ie reecet actien of the Boardi of ChartltoncE . partridtge, ti-esuerr; tDr.
trestone I. ilickey, echairmanilsof cxi'-
Usctrol shoeovd a determeinatione to uit- ceiecieeiie
liold lie standtarsd of aneateterisee ll~ The Trusotees of flee Detroit CHigh
atheletics which has met with the gsei- School Scheolarsleip Fulldtare'Chalecs
ereil eapprovail of the stlitleilt bodty. 11. Jacosbs, cheairmneu; Rtalphe tie-ps,
Thet winincg of gaimes is a desirablle jr., treasurer; Waler S. Hea'ivenielci.
feaeture of collige atleicbeit a secrsetry; Olilses Bagley, assistante sec-
retairy; Refues N. Crosmaenu, Fecieick
lieceithy contdition of affairs is fear more L. Bliss, es-officio.
desirable.

tIe his coieeeeiicautoee to te Daily
yesterday, Sir. Htolimes referretd to the
"coceeuenicaetiones' set to tis paper
by the Board of Coinfrol. Hie wvas
evidentily imisiieforedi icn theis mateter',
as the articleo plishled ice the Dacily
regarding flee resoluitioins of flee Boasrd
wvere' seceCdsi 11C7 andw noiimet scuet to
the ohfice is commeeuications froli tile
Bsortd.
Wostern Alumni Will Banquet.
Altcni 'of Che University who re-
side in Mlissouri, Kansas aind adjacent
stactes wiii hold a bacnquset flis eyen-
lng elf the Coates Hlouse, Kanosas City,
Io A large attenidance is expected.
Henry Woliuian, '78 L, will act as
toastmaster. Professor D'Ooge and
Professor Walter -xviii be present and
wll respionde Co toacsts. Among lice
othiec' speakers sre ;Judge J0. C. Tars-
ney, '169 L, Mtayor C. P. Walbridge, '74
L, of St. Louis, 'Major Williame War.
nor of Kansas City, lion. S. WV. Van-
divert, '77 L, of Kinsley, Kuns., Msirr
liaker, ex-til L, Dr. .1. B. Concnell, '78
L, of Kacnsas City, ML o.
TRIPS ON THE LAKES.
Students and others Contenmplating a.
trip fo poicits via flee great lakes will
ftud it to their interest to purchase
their tickets at the 'Michigan Cenctral
ticket office. Tickets sold aced baggage
chiecked through via all principal
steamship lines. Bterths ordered by
telegraph without extra charge.

Candidates for Advancod Degrees.
The followving persoins are candidates
for adlvanced degrees on exainateeeione
at flee University: Lawvrencce 'Thomcas
Cole, A. B., S. 1'. B.; Sameuel IRicheard
Cook, B. .S.; Williamu Eli Davis, 13. 5.;
P'eter Williahm Dykeman, B. L.; Clhrles
Hehnry Gray, B. L.; Humnpherey Snell
Gray, A. B.; George Depuie flislsits,
A. B.; Walter Momroe Hameiltonc, A. B.;
Clenmma Belie Hays's, A. B.; Violet
DeLille .1ay00, A. B.; Johen Edsvardl
L~autner, B. I..; Franikh Adidison Momny.
A. B.;t David Porter Mayhuew, Phe. B.;
Ernst Heinrichc-Mecesel, A. St.; Alfred
Berthier Olsehe, 'I. )., B. S.; Waler
Thomupsonl Peice, A. B.; Cleyton Ray-
meond Rose, Pie. B.; Fannie Ellis Saobine,
Phi. B.; Esther Lakin Sanborci, A. 1.;
Katharine Eliza Sumener. Plc. B.; Orrine
Edward Tiffany,- A. B.; 'tory Eltan
Trueblood, Ph. B.; Rtoyal Bruheson
W'hay, Ph. B.; Howvard White, B.- S.;
Eugene Gyros Woodruff, B. S.
ANN ARBORIBY'S SPECIAL. TRAIN
The b0osoildgirls are xvorkinegiard
fir thee speciali Crain to fChicago vial
AieiiAr"bor aced Wabash Rtoadis, Co
leave at 12 o'clock miidinighit onithe
17thi inst. Theis wvill get thene to Clii-
cage for all traimesxvest on lice iSthe
ins~t. Mimof have all nanmes isnhey Mote-
day night. Special coach for ladies.
The Ann Arbor Railroad will sell
tickets at one fare for tho round trip
to all stations on their line betweene
Hamburg Juncthon amid Toledo on Sun-
day tracns. Tickets limited to date
of sale.
R. S. OGREENWOOD, Agent.

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B. S. GIIEENWNOOD. Agt.
IPfORTANT NOTICE TO WiHOEEL-
The Ann Arbor R It1. Cio. taeskcpIeas-
hure inl announecinegCleat heereafter Bicy-
cles wiill be ceck1edt betwseen asllotea-
Cions 011 its line witheost chaerge.
NEW HIGHI G iADE BICYCLES Tt)
R EN'I.
Cleveiland,;, 'vev-rlies, MShajesfic,
Stearnes, at lowest pirices. Stimson &
Co., 24 S. State sh.
OF INTERtEST 'T0 STU:DENTS.
Cheaopest rates 10 Clevelaced and
Pittsbnrg, Eastrmi Ohlio & P'ennsy-l-
vania h'oints are via .Xieigan Cen-
tral oach DetroitmaniS lev-elaendihosts.
For full ineformetiemomed raetis ilese-
apliy at. thee Michigan Central ticket
office.
TO hIENT
For the seasomi at Olid Mission, a
furnished cottage, beautifully located.
For ternes, etc., apply to Thieo. Price,
St. Johno, Mich.
Furnioherd House to rent for two
11 onfths beginning July 1, excellent
location for those desiring to keep a
boarding and lodginig hiouse during Chic
summner schesol. Apply or address 1S
S. University ave., opp. campus.
Gentleuen-If you Xvanftito save
money on shioe repair-ing call on A.
Levy, 31 N. Stain st., just below ft
host office. All work first class, tight
soles 5f1 cents, heavy ones 60d cents.
Students who have relico they wih
wvorked up into bineding came get the
tiest and cheapiest wvork dlone at the
Augus biuedery, over thee Ann Arbor
Savings bank.t
Wanted-Four energetic young la-
dies or gentlemen to travel, salary $45
and exphenses. Also have profitahle
emoymnent for those desiring to wyork
during vacation. Call or address J. J.
Cargill, 18 E. Liberty st.

Photo 9ra Phers
of Detroit, will make
your sittings every
W[DN[SDAYSr AND SAT VBDAY
--AT-
NO, 5 W. LIBERTY ST.
5O2 IBABY" BLISS 5O2
weighbing ocily 502 pounds
ertdes
The America
To introduee this mtagnificent
whecel, I will mhake a very
liherailidiscoumnt frone list price.
It is the handsomxest you have
seen, it isa beauty.
A. WILSEY,
-SOLE AGENT.
N. B-I SELL THE CLEVELAND.
THE KINDERGARTEN BILLIARD HALL
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS
MIDNEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL
PROPERTY.
Wholesale Cinsrs, Tobaccos sod Cigarettes
2d Semester.-
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL!OF BANCING
Opposite LAW building..
TERMS $2 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR..

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BIG. SHOE SALE
Randall, Argard & Co. Shoe stock, Grand
Rapids, Mich., sold to us.
65c, ON THE DOLLAR.
Men's Hand Sescwed Itnasiss $8.00, cut to $4S85
Men's Hand Welt Rlussias,1$5.50, cut ho $4.25
Men's Dark ]Browsn Russias, $4110, rut to X2.98
Men's Pat. COF Pals itussias, $5.OO, cut to $3.85
GOODSPEED BROS., MN.

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