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June 23, 1896 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
o necEt Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS
J.F. THOMAS, '7. W. W. THAYvn, '196 L.
. L. Ginisa. '98 L F. M. Loomiss '98.
0. I.H tets, '5. 1 i. S. SioS,'90.
i.C. UNiERWOOD, '98 C. 1.M GEEN '99.
MANAGING EDITOR
G. B. HA0AISO, '9L.
BUSINEss 1SANAGR
L. C. VALKER.n 6.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W. Hughes,'9. S. R. Smith, '96 L.
S. W. Smith, '97. W. P. Mrrill, '98.
J. L. Walsh '93 M. H. iB. Skiiman, '98 L.
C. B. Roe, '98 D. Louise Dodge, '99.
i. I. Metheany,'99. H. Corwin,'99.
Lula 9. Dickiso, '99
The subscription price of the Daily has
'bee reduced to75 cts in advance for the rest
-fthe year. Leave subscriptions at the
Daily office or' with P. C. Meyer, U. of M.
News Stand.
Editor of todays paper,
S. j. SMI hS, 'S-i L.
Te last number of the Uiversity
of Chicago Wekly says, in an edi-
torial headed, "Baseball Champion-
ship of the West ":
"An important decisiois in the hiSo
tory of western athletics was reached
at Ann Arbor last Thilursday when t e
ehaiiitonship of the West in baseball
was won by the Univrsiy of Chicago.
Tthus is uthe loug-pending uncertainty
re'imioved; the suprliacy rests where
all western supremacy belongs, Ii Cli-
cago.
"And it hlas tken some lime to reach
this poitt. Miichigan and Cicags
have long stood-and do now stad-
as the two great rival universities of
the West. Especially is this true iii
respect to baseball and football. This
year all other colleges and schools
which nay be said to play in the saiec
Class with these two, and which might
claiia tighting chance for the chain-
pionship, either were vanquished or
dropped out of the race. The great
daily press as well as the student
papers representative of the two
schools have approved of the plan by
which Michigan and Chicago played
for the chaipionship."
The editor of the Weekly deplors
tie lack of student spirit manifest at
Chicago. This condition necessarily
results when the students are denied
a part in the management of athletic
affairs. The Weekly does not take
kindly to the suggestion that Chicago
should confine her main efforts in ath-
letics to contests with Eastern colleges,
but is of the opinion that further work
is necessary to give Western supreo-
aey to Chicago's athletes.
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 Michigan Central
ticket office. Tickets sold and baggage
checked through via all pripcipal
steamship lines. Berths ordered hy'
telegraph without extra charge.

'96 L CLASS DAY EXERCISES. fl lf l Of Genti
ONIR Of Genti
(Continued from First Page.) UU I Of Ladi
each itember of the class, and ex- DonE
horted each one to let his conduct be Blac
such as to reflect honor both on him- Toe)
self and the class. Of Ladi
The feature of the day was the pre-'N IiO L
sentation of Professor Knowlton's por- Donf
trait by Daniel It. Hughes on behalf Toe)
of the class. He said: "We -present
this not merely on account of Profes-
sor Knowlton''s renown in the world JACOBI
or 'in his profession, but on account of
what lie has done for the class, his
courtesy and unabatin" labors on be- SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE.
half of the class.
"We des*ire his portrait to be placed Via The Wabash aid Ann Arbor
Rtailroads.
oii the walls of the law lecture room,
there to be kept as long as a vestige Thursday, June 25, special coaches
of iliac liitoric pllce remtainis. Its will leave the Ann Arbor It. R. Station
best that his poitrait be placed wItrc at 3 o'clock p. i., local time, for Chi-
is. ,ttispa ,be en. he cago, St. Louis and Kansas City. One
his heart has always been." coach will run through to Chicago
Regent Barbour in accepting the por-
trait said: "You have left to coming without change, the other to St. Lofs
classes an introduction to yourselves, and Kansas City. A party rate of
$5.00 will be made to Chicago. A
and ,in inspiration for future efforts. :-"5at f$91 il emaet
"Never forget your ala mater; eeparty rate of $9.10 ill be iade to
eer in your mind and have i n eye to ast St. Louis. Tickets to all western
her~oit willyorbemsiantilavedtilgeyegt
her prosperity. Elect mento the halls it poits will be sold ai taggage
of legislation who will have her best checked through. Arrive at Chicago
interests at heart. Just as you talk c oraisame evening at 9:45. Arrive at St.
act, so her reputation will fall or rise." Louis extiiorning at 7:32. Arrive
E. P. O'Leary's valedictory devel- at Kansas City next evening at 0:30.
oped into a strong oration, and Passengers for' Montpelier, Columbia
received marked attention. "Our City, Peru, Logansport, Latayette,
days of study togetier are Attica, Danville, Benent, Decatur,
over," he said. " t SFor the last Springfield, Jacksonville and points
time we meet as a class witlia C 1- reached via these places, will take St.
. . louis ear.
mnon purpose and with kindred hopes. Luscr
iiirios asd it kiiret hpe. Get into a party nsw! Mark y-our
Tomorrow we shall part and each one
i . i baggage plainly and send it to the Ann
wil benfl th wery riacliof ifeArbor Railroad station. Don't put it
alone. Lt each one feel as l e goe'soff untilte ist minute. Siet'piitg
forth to life's conflit that lie is inas
car berths reserved in advance without
measure restonsile for site weal ot
woe itt till lisi filiows. Nt alone to txpetst.

s' Patent Leather Shoes.
i' Colored Shoes.
es' Oxfords in- Patent Leather,
gola, Vica in Button or Lace,
k or Tan, (Razor or Square
es' Slippers in Patent Leather,
gola or Vici, (Extreme Razor
All at a Great Reduction.
Washington
'IS & ALLMHUU; Street

Huntington
& Clark..
Photo 9 aphefs
of Detroit, will make
your sittings every
WEDN[SDAYS AND SATUBDAYS
-AT-
NO. 5 W LIBERTY ST,
5O2 ,IBABY" BLISS 50
weighing only 5027pounds
rides
The America
To introduce this magnificent
wheel, 1 will nake a very
liberal tliscountfrom list price.
It is the handsomest you have
oeen, it is a beauty.
A. WILSEY,
SOLE AGENT
N, B.-I SELL THE CLEVELAND.
26 S. STATE
S &CB I'STREET. +'
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 rth.

himself is the uIty of man confined.
Other forces vastly more iiportant
than his own happiness are dependentt
upon him. The security of society
rests upon his acts.
"May the future historian say as we
say today, 'Well lone, mlen and woi-
en of '9t, well (lone!
Alumni Day Exercises.
The following announcemient has
been made regarding the Alumni day
exercises toiorrow:
The members of the various faculties
ac requested to uteet in the general
faculty roomi at 9:45 a. mu., Wednes-
day morning, and to proceed together
to the hall.
Tickets for reserved seats in the
hall can be obtained by all aluimni
for themselves and their families at
the secretary's office. Tickets for the
dinner are on sale at the secretary's
office. Tickets for the Senate Recep-
tion can be obtained, free of charge,
at the secretary's office by all alumni
and friends of the tUniversity.
TO RENT
For the season at Old Mission, a
furnished cottage, beautifully located.
For terms, etc., apply to Theo. Price,
St. Johns, Mich.
Wanted.-Four energetic young la-
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.
Those wishing books, pictures and
the like packed address or leave or-I
ders at the Argus Book Bindery, overI
Ann Arbor Savings Bank.

LOW RATES FOR STUDENTS
via
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
coaches will be provided for all trains
as will sleeping and parlor cars like-
wise on application to H. W. Hayes,
agent. "Elegant equipment," "fast
time." Secure tickets in advance and
avoid the rush at train time.
H. W. HAYES, Agent.
THE ATTENTION
of Students who are interested in the!
study of Biblical Literature and His-
tory is called to the new course to be
offered the 1st semester, '9G-97.
See announcement under scientifics.
JAMES A. CRAIG.
$5.00 TO CHICAGO.
For 10 or more persons traveling to-
ge(t'er the above rate will be tuale vin
the Michigan Central. No deposit

necessary.

H. W. HAYES, Agent.I

BIG, SHOE SALE
Randall, Argard &oCo. 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 Band Welt Russias, $5.50, cut t10$4.25
Men's Dark Brown Russias, $4.00, cut to $2.98
Afen's Pat. C F Bals Russias, $5.00, cut to $3.85
GOODSPEED BROS.,A.

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