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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

,C. oNotice to Seniors.
'JC.o ?~ x~ The senior committee on cap and
gown in order to get the sentiment
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during of the class relative to the adoption
the College year, by of cap ansd gown, earnestly requests
THE U, OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION all seniors to write their names and
______sentiments ots lists which will he
Subciptin price 52.;;) pee year, invariably posted on the vatoUs bulletin
in advance iagle enpies 3 'coots. Subscip- boards tomorrow. The lists will he
Mtuns may be left at the offiee ef the DIsY, arranged with columns for the
at Stoflier's, eith atty tf the editors itt<"name,'' whethser "yes" or"no"
atithorizedl solicitoes.
C'omunieatioas sheeld reach the office by and a colutmni in whicls to state
7ocloch P. -,%. if they are to appeaerte neat whether thse toter favors wearing
Jay. Addeess all mtatiteintended far publics- the cap andl goswn all spring or only
tion to the Managing Edtlor. All business during commsenrement.3 The O)x-
eomoocai~a soud e tniit ile iui'ford caps and gowens range its price
ness idanager.a
THE U. of M. DAILY, from $5t.50 to $in andI tpwards to

SPRING STYLES, 1898,
Surame anthng verWmwintihe'-HOE Li\Fi etcese or tssi Tmasndl Itn
Letes

SEE; iSHOWsWIDOW~s.

48 SOUTHy MAIN STRtEET.

SHPJItG SU~ITJTGi,.2a pkndid
21 5. Main Street. WAGNER & CO.

Ann Arbore. suel.)011 it tepurchaser.
EDITOS. ~~fRY Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
'DITO. onisefdtse.($JI'LAMichigan Railway.
CA. DEOv', itli. '93, Assistaint.
- 1SIte R, Loae. '93, AssOistt. M N
%V. w. i EtsI-N. 15. lit. , so sitnt. - Th" e pue o50rais aiAnsAror.2
A. it e Itite.,lsist . Atsos.I I ~pes
W :otw h'sf1 5. 5E. CSis, '91. ]tIn. EiniAi I' liti ti tN, elest isllo-' stGISO 11
lis.ts is, '11 nnotti t . N . I sutv iOf cc eADNG SuaCOOtL OF BoSINESS. Ence No. 1. MSl ndi ssisb ...te . 72it.osi,
l[,It.Aiiost ,'tdl. t.S itsst '93l. itibiling;s ninclteOcs largei atendaes e ol i ptc ret~'ss'eooi. iOa sis
Af r3 ipois t.'10. ststlssuperior. cwork;~5 wellopplied edn
SVI. t o..1lt.ii. 1. iit'5c111, 'Tit. ; Hosfortl 's Ao rliospnate. wly. ctre;Saura eenn rceton; No:. a. all ands F aossee0M... 45 p i. its.
Nor a 'logtsi Siisers',!)oii. 5c.K. leiat.M'ill entssiresyear;comeceial gradutlies is greatCONGSO TH
Msstie bE. I tat d"ti ..-Jha esd it fir l'ser21tlerl alt lnt d; s horthanod graduates all secuesoestitons
,11ltexpenses ht iins Ot$t2..lto$.5per eeetlo rcvase tool'No. ". ftill andtlt 1e2s a . nt.
st^ ^ ni' patce ti nmyon ill- s"Foe N~CaioALOoe nod Lstof Stodensh
1st diloc sis soI issisitlsstsois t es'~sos- ilvisssake ipo'siti11onsitbircoiiaiweekir ton weektsiaddresws No.eert4aueoo atswiAnNo: i: reii tt4,i p.'et.7 i.
TheEdtorsdo o tittheseets espndvda01sadcose t 11e ~P. a. OLEAO. Pres. No.t. ITsoilsso Acotitotitili ttu... 70 .i .
s,~ f or e oionsort t at emnso ors CIfitlttaltfs ositloof the best Norvet'y 1 CetalSt an lsodardtTintoe.
pouctisapp~rnr n he )A1 s tls tt ssrssse.s. 11'it ylitdt F $2a 0 0, $3.00 $4-..Dtt5 'lJ Dlysh ecitiSutisiay.
oi's-tgh 111t iior citthe illlt03 enWsruiii ~ ~tiNttire Ss'. ed nldiilvt lxeoy st nda.
tei." o lo' ntolte iisinsedauly cscitpt0 iisty .
005 5R5000P e~iM NttS~OtSO 00. A nist fexcellenst idtsl ieelftttf ticf RUN ELtety Way.
-- 111a1d shetiitcr. It nouorishlueos aitti 1g. NEW Doty 8&z Feiner. IUl.ssslo. Agen-ti t iLocalAyctt.
'iecc' s ufor the ?Mlichiganso-Wis- oraites the tiresd brain indsod sy,ilt.n
cosnidsebaiteisf tridy eeig are trts reneiwedul fllfyy 11111italtadlnsl tliwihso tt elvn tefnton.S4E1EV 11111eeada Moe&Netoe esrpie apltt'eo pliaint
Alinstee. hetikes olfrRnumford Chemisal Works. Provi- __ till Si'iE'ltl. AiI,:'I~t 01
the local debate of course twill admoit liescoec o1 Subsitees dIitaltisi
to tte final conttest. lEveryone FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. - S,(dg
shoouldl take uaisersonal interest andI IIr is/h/ .5 Dils'ui,
pride in the osoute of the debate. HENRY HAUG), ,h fitc s'iIlj ~ o
''T-acier ans loi10st, Goitor, iBantjo .andtiMan-o
'Vre hope NI ichigati's three inen10-will Istoliss. Studioa ot
WILSE,55Y'S AtI SC R WitSis
lint a o sot enthuisiastic receptionos ii 3stSt'itblts M -.9 m L uj T igs aidja
at the bands of o01Sf ohthe largest G J1OS' FIPEM, I /)T i~s a~ ~ s
audiences of this year. iir ~~jt ~ ~ aIG os

THEii:attenion of every studfrtt L. UKIU N EHI,
loyal to athletics is agaito called to) S. S. Main tteet. - Ann Arbor.
the indoor sleet of Thursday cevea- Olt), itt
tog. Its object is to fill the de-
pleted treasury of the Atltic Asso- N'CXV' t N 'ice I
ciation before the Southern tripti 'qlit
aund also to tnake cdefisite financial c IUmt i t
provision for sending otir track teamo 1(l.C(1 -i h' 1i
so Chicago. T'hat the events still Highest
all be of floe greatost interest, asnd
every contest sartp asnd close, may 1'v, lt's -
lie inferred with certainty frons thse W
fcentries receisted. Especially stiltl Jcxvel iiij
fecn wsrestling anod boning be lie) Itse
lively and close. Esvery studesot may f Oh 11
be sure of entertainsoesnt vorthtw sice ttpprop)-iq
floe price of adtmsissionstwhichs is Qld~. i s
fifty cents. A crowds of ,500 svould .La8ster. t s-rtplst
add several thundred dsollars to floe (ri
Athsletic exchoeiuer, andthtle desire t tsittttz?
ttittts
of the studens to have successfusl siock50157
baseball and track tearss should see I.fsun M N a If 52ff'u
itsat a big suin is realized.L 1et floe I~lQ JJf ~lOF
indoor oseet of Thursday 1eveingl ibe j SjMOITH arnzdb vroeaxosfr T ,d~o iF1)UtdStIte S jU
the developmient Iof athletics. DLTI III-iMICII1f, V-.

A! :SK OttNWRITE FWE C'AlAL.()( Ur

ANN ARBOR
Smuit LA'ullPrx0Oo.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE..
E. S, SERVISS, - MANAGER.
iNO0TIC E.--''o Sro ETS
andtslizentst.on'tsenot tof towneoIe
j ad 'hnyucan get Justoas gtood as tR. E.
Jotlly &aCo.s e 5dosst ceissofor style, but
gh-o it tseto otad that is one-haolf. Hot and
citli lunssches at all hours of the day andtlnight.
R. E JOLLY & CO., No . 26 Souths
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
Aces the very choicest Candleo
**TUTTLE'S, *
48 Sot 1'11 STATES TS'rsr.
VICTOR CYCLES
Cycle Emporiuw, 11 W, Washiogtot St,.

REN TSCH LER,
hoto grapher,
CORilNERINi l~lAND HURION 0SIS.
RESERVED FOR TILE
GRAND OPERA HOUSE

GIBSON,
PHOTOGRAPHER
NO. 12 w. HURON ST.

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