THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Publlshed Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
orecE: Times building N. Main St., Opposite
J.F. THOMAS, '97. W. W. THAYeR,'96 L.
E. L. Gknsseo, '98 L F. l. Looxms, '5.
U0 H. I 9As,'18. F. S. .SOss, '98.
K. C. UssURwooD, '98. C. M. uaEn, '99
G. B. HARRIsON, 'Si L.
L. C. WALKER,'96,
W. V. Hughes '98. S. R. Smith,'96 L.
S. W. Smith, '91. W. P. lMorril,'98.
J. L. Walsh, '9 M. H. B. Skillman, '90 L.
C. B. Roe, '95 D. Louise Dodge, '99.
B. B. Metheany, '99. H1. Corwin, '99.
Lula T. Dickinson, '99.
The subscription price of the Daily has
been reduced to 75 cis in advanceforthe rest
of the year. Leave subscriptioos at the
Daily offce or with P. C. Meyer, U. of M.
Editor of today-s paper,
W. W. THAYER, '96 L.
The Daily has often been under
special obligations during the past
year to leilibers of the different fac-
ulties for contributions il the way of
news matter. The work of a college
editor illay not sumi up as of any il-
portalice to the casual observer and
its deficienicis arc painfully and Ilost
obviously apparent. however, it
must be considered as secondary to
the regular college -work and coiiso-
quently the aimateur staindiing of the
student journalist will be plainly an-
nounced at times, wlen lie is entire-
ly upon his owNv resources. To the '
professors and instruLctors who have I
aided in furnishing a Umversity Dews
service, the Daily editors for '95-'96
desire to return hearty thanks. Thei'
assistance has frequently aided iti
iaking the Daily a readable paper
in the presentation of matters of Ui-
versity interest, both in regard to
promptness and authenticity.
J. W. Beacham will Captain both the
football and baseball tearns at Cor-
nell newt year.
Get your binding done in first-class
manner at low prices at Argus bindery
over Ann Arbor Savings bank.
Graduating belts in fancy leathers--
buckles furnished if desired-at Argus
bindery over Ann Arbor Savings bank.
Cards anounce the marriage of Louis
A. Pratt, '96, editor of the Inlander,
to Miss Helen Truesdell, of Ann Ar-
Professor Kirchner has found it im-
possible to deliver the lecture lie was
to have given to' the law classes on
"The Basie of Legal Ethics."
Thle P. of Al. Daily will be deliv ered
during 1896-97 at the usual price-
$2.50, in advance. Subscriptions will
be taken by solicitors and in the Main
The Chicago papers state that games
have been definitely arranged between
Brown and Chicago for June 30 and
July 2, with the prospect of a third
game July, 4.
Professor Mechemi delivered his lec-
ture on the "Use of Reports," to the
senior law class yesterday at 11 a. in.
He will deliver the last lecture to the
class Monday at 9 a. ii).
Alpha Delta Phi defeated Psi Uspsi-
lon by the score of 16 to 4 yesterday
afternoon. The batteries were de-
Pont and Caulkins for Psi Upsilon,
lid Woodruff and N. P. Boshland for1
Alpha Delta P1i. Blooluin stela eted
We Get Six of the All-Western.
Last Sunday's Chicago Inter Ocean
published the names of an All-western
baseball team in which Mtichigan was
given representation as follows:
Holmes, c; Bloomingston, 2b; Lowney,
ss; Deans, 3b; Watkins, p, and Shields,
LOW RATES FOR STUDENTS
Parties of 10 or more traveling to-
gether can secure a rate of 2 cents per
mile via the Michigan Central, it will
not be necessary to secure a larger
number to obtain this rate, and extra
coaches will be provided for all trains
as will sleeping and parlor cars like-
wise on application to H. W. Hayes,
agent. "Elegant equipmuent," "fast
time." Secure tickets in advance and
avoid the rush at train time.
H. W. HAYES, Agent.
OF INTEREST TO STUDENTS.
Cheapest rates to Cleveland and
Pittsburg, Eastern Ohio & Pennsyl-
vlinia Points are via Michigan Cen-
tral and Detroit and Cleveland boats.
For full information and rates please
apply at the Michigan Central ticket
TRIPS ON THE LAKES.
Students and others contemplating a
trip -to points via the great lakes will
find it to their interest to purchase
their tickets at the Michliglan Central
ticket office. Tickets sold and baggage
checked through via all principal
steamship lines. Berths ordered by
telegraph without extra charge.
Seniors are requested to call at tile
steward's office as soon as slveenient
to get their coinmenceioent invitations
Hours 1 p. m. daily.
G. K. McMULLEN,
Chinn. Invitation Com.
Furnished House to rent for two
mnonths beginning July 1, excellent
location for those .desiring to keep a
boarding and lodging house during the
summer school. Apply or address 18
S. University ave., opp. campus.
Wanted.-Four energetic young la-
dies or gentlemen to travel, salary $45
and expenses. Also have profitable
All Ladies' and.:
Gents' Colored Shoes
GiRIESA"T 9%FIRIE D UC IO N!T.
JACOBS & ALLMAND, Washingltou~t
T HE ATTE-NTION
of Students who are interested in th
study of Biblical Literature and His-
tory is called to the new course to be
offered the 1st semester, '96-97.
See announcement- under scientifics.
JAMES A. CRAIG.
NEW HIGH GRADE BICYCLES TO
Clevelands, Waverlies, Majestic,
Stearns, at lowest prices. Stimson &
Co., 24 S. State st.
$5.00 TO CHICAGO.
For 10or.nore persons traveling to-
geiler the above rate will be hmade vi,
the Michigan Central. No deposit
H. W. HAYES, Agent.
The U. of '1. Daily will be delivered
during 1890-97 at the usual price--
$2.50, in advance. Slubscriptions will
be taken by solicitors and in the Main
Show your loyaltv to the class of '96
by paying $10 to o. P. Cole at once.
Headlight's illustrated edition
of Ann Arbor containing
views of the University build-
ings aind campus, together
with portraits of each mem-
1101 ofthle entire faculty Xwili
he placed on sile in Main boll,
Monday, June 15
and Register office, 30 E.
Huron st. This edition makes
an excellent souvenir to mail
to your friends as it is pre-
pared expressly in order to
show the importance and nag-
nitude of the Unliversity and
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I - I
I employment for those desiring to work I
during vacation. Call or address J. J.
Cargill, 15 E. Liberty st.
Pleasant rooms for Commencement
week and the Summer School at 45
Washtenaw ave. 116
For Rent-Furnished house suitable
for a fraternity or society, at 102 S.
Pay your senior class tax and make
things a success.
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BIG SHO E S 'ALE'
Randall, Argard & Co. Shoe stock, Grand
Rapids, Mich., sold to us.
65c ON THE DOLLAR.
Men's Hand Sewed Russias $6.00, cut to $4.85
Men's Hand Welt Russias, $5.50, cut to $4.25
Men's Dark Brown Russias, $4.00, cut to $2.98
Men's Pat. C F Bals tRussias, $5.00, cut to $3.85