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June 20, 1896 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Z '. Of &U. Palu.
Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFrIE: Times buiding N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS
J. F. THOMAs, '97. W. W. THAYER, '96 L.
E. L. Gmssoos, '98 L F. M. Loosseis, '98.
0. H. IlANS, '98. F'. 5. SIONS, '98.
R. C. UNDEawOOD, '95. C. BN. Cotta, '99.
MANAGING EDITOR
G. B. HARRoSO, '90L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
L. C. WALKER,'96.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W. iiughes, '98. S. R. Smith, '9 L.
S. W. Smith, '97. XW. P. NIorriil, '98.
J. L. Walsh, '98 M. H. B. Skillman, '98 L.
C. B. Roe, '98 D. Louise Dodge, '99.
B. I. Metheany, '9.IH. Corwin,'99.
Lola J. Dickinson, '95.

LOW RATES FOR STUDENTS'
vilt
MICHIGAN CENTRAL.
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
ceachoes wiii be provided for aii trains
as wiil sieeping and parlor ears like-
wise on application to H. W. Hayes,
agent. "Elegant equipment," "fast
time."tSecure tickets in advance and
avoid the rush at train time.
H. W. HAYES, Agent.
ANN ARBOR R. It. EXCURSION
RATES.
Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks, Cincinnati, 0. Rate of one fare
for the round trip, tickets to be sold
July 5th and 6th, good returning July
11th.
National League of American
Wheelmen, Louisville, Ky. Rate of
one fare for the round trip, tickets to
n- soiti A ---st 141tn-A into1, go c

All Ladies' and : :
Gents' Colored Shoes
-AT A---
G R BA"T iR IED UCT I ONT
JACOBS & ALLMA ND, WashnnS
TRiPS ON TNE LAKES.
Students and otiers contenp latng a ,Huntington
trip to points via the great lakes will
find it to their interest to purchase
their tickets at the Michigan Central & lark
ticket office. Tickets sold and baggage
checked through via all principal
steamship lines. Berths ordered by
telegraph without extra charge.

be sold August 0th and 10th, good re-
The subscription price of the Daily has turning to August 17th.
been reduced to 75 ets in advancefor the rest sY'U
of the year. Leave subscriptions at the Baptist Yong Pcoles' Union ci
Daily office or with P. C. 9teyer, U. of M. America, Milwaukee. Wis. One fare
News Stand. for round trip, tickets to be sold July
Editor of today-s paper, 14th to 16th, good returning July 20th.
E. L. GEISMER, '98 L. The Wabash R. I1. took 60 Students
to Chicago, Kansas City and St. Louis
It appears that the students ohio Wednesday, June 17. Special cars ran
were recently debarred from partici- through, leaving Ann Arbor R. R. sta-
wererecinathlecs bcaef oitici-tion at 11:30 p. in., reaching Chicago
atioll in athletics because of profes~ at 7.30 a. in., connecting with all trains
sional ball playing have been refused west. Another special party will leave
'Varsity sweaters by the Ahltic under the same arrangements Thurs-
Board. It is stated that they were oot day, June 25. Fare for 10 or more $5
noelbes o tle ub t tll clse fto Chlicago. To St. Louis 2c a mlue.
members of the nine at the close of See Wabash Passenger Agent Groen-
the season and hence are not entitled wood at Cook Hoise or inquire at
to the sweaters. While this may be Ann Arbor 11. It. station. Baggage
technically correct, it is hardly just. checked to destination.'
The action of the Board of Control is E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
certainly to be commended as takiing THE ATTENTION
a proper stand for purity in athletics. of Students who are interested in the
However, the inembers of the1 '9 'Var- study of Biblical Literature and His-
sity were permitted to play from the tory is called to the new course to-be
offered the lot semnester, '90-97.
beginning of the baseball season un- freth1ssmst,'9-7.
See announcement "under scientifics.
der old rules and a majority of the JAMES A. CRAIG.
team would have been called "profes- OF INTEREST TO STUDENTS.
sionals" under a set of rules equal i Cleapest rates to Cleveland and
strictness to those -which will be ef- Pittsburg, Eastern Ohio & Pennsyl-
fective next fall. Holmes, Blooning- vania Points are via Michigan Cen-
ston and Lowney had played during tral and Detroit and Cleveland boats.
the greater part of ,the season and For full information and rates please
participated in all the gamies except apply at the Michigan Central ticket
parteilatedin ll tle aine exeptoffice.'
three. Their work was a factor in
uakifig the record of the past season. $5.00 TO CHICAGO.
For 10 or more persons traveling to-
and although they did not end the gelter the above rate will o made' se.
season as brilliantly as might have the Michigan Central. No deposit
been expected, they were certainly necessary.
members of the nine for a period long H. W. HAYES, Agent.
enough to entitle them to "M" sweat- Wanted.-Four energetic young la-

WAGNER & CO., AGENTS.
21S.MAIN
STUDENTS !
Headlilt's illustrated edition
of Ann Arbor containing
views of the University build-
in,.s and campus, togethei
with portraips of each menii
ier of the entire faculty will
be placed on sale in Main ball,
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 mag-
nitude of the Unversity and
its surrounding.
SETZLER BROS.

Photographers
of Detroit, will make
your Sittings every
W[DN[SDAYS AND W HOMDAY
-AT-
NO. 5 W. LIBERTY ST.
502 ,~BABY" BLISS 5O2
weighing oiiily 50277pounds
riedes
The America
To introduce this lnagnificent
wheel, I will make a very
liberal (1iscount fronolist price.
It is the handsomest you have
seen, it is a beauty.
A. WILSEY,
SOLE AGENT,
N. B.-I SELL THE CLEVELAND.
S CD Q6 S. STATE
T P M v STRBEET. + +
Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF DANCING
Closed for the Season.
To be Open October 5th.

ers.
For a Remembrance.
The senior law class will present a
handsome office chair and waste bas-
ket to Law Librarian J. H. Vance
this afternoon. The presentation will'
be made at 2 o'clock in the law lee
ture room by Edward Menkin, '00 L,
who has been mainly instrumentali in
securing the testimonial. The com-
mittee which raised the funds to pur-
chase the chair consisted of Mr. Men.
kin, chairman; Miss Octavia Bates
and B. F. Deahl.
Ripans Tabulea cure indigestion.

dies or gentlemen to travel, salary $45
and expenses. Also have profitable
employment for those desiring to work
during vacation. Call or address J. J.
Cargill, 18 E. Liberty st.
The U. of M. Daily will be delivered
during 1896-97 at the usual price-
$2.50, in advance. Subscriptions will
be taken by solicitors and in the 1ain
balk
Pleasant rooms for Commencement
week and the Summer School at 45
Washtenaw ave. 106
For Rent-Furnished house suitable
for a fraternity or society, at 102 S.
State st.
Show your loyaltv to the class of '96
by paying $10 to 0. P. Cole at once.

BIG SHOE SALE
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
Nfen'sjBand 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 Russias, $5.00, cut to $3.85
GOODSPEED BROSmy MAIN.

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