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May 11, 1893 - Image 2

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-THE U. OF M. DAILY.

'N. of 1WF. Tad(L.
Pubhised Dty (Sundas excepted) during
the Collee yr, by
THE U OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subsription price $2150 per Se, ivriby
indewn ccosinle opies 3 cents. Subcrip-
nons noay tbrleft at thc offccetof the DALY,
no Soset's, with sy of the editort o
nuthorizced solicitor.
Comomunicatiotts should reach the offiec by
7 o'clock P. o. i they nrec tsopper the net
ay. Addtress all mttr intended for publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All tusines
comteunications sosuld be sent to the Buni-
nes s Dnssie.
THE U. o . DAILY.
Ann Arhor, Xish.
EDITORS.
C. A. tlt'sa'si,tosi+4,. ltssgisg Edisr.
F.10K. 'P~is'.,Lit. 'lsd. o iotss.
Isis :} ' ii't~tE~,i t.'i I 'cliisisut
\1.N. tl )A sob II.'of Asithe ticit
11ces. C tt13. it crai t , Il
Toeaty Princelnrian Hss1d1a
exta, utlfda, iic isf~1r'kettet
wih es's TisSi n'0 ac fltr
full,011 the innetsof the edorialr
hraor icl eisnecontesdtl.
IN ailecensse ofone ofisueoanx
cihnes. appeaedsanwsli toralrj-
posing the publishinig of personals
in a college daily. We cannot agree
with or esteemed contemplorary in
this matter. On tteotier hanit it
sterna 10 10 tiallpersonals, if tf the
right kind, dd macit to a lie col-
loge daily. There are certaitn classes
of personals, however, which should
not appear in ach a pahlication for
the reason that they are not of inter-
est 1totie average college student.
ToAORoew afternoon occurs the
sophonmore - freshman field - day
aports, swhich promise to e of ex-
ceptional interest, not only to the
rival classes, ht to all Uivrsiy
stu~dentis as well, since many of the
menfO promlinent in atitletics in the
University will compete for honors.
In as mducih as tie annual 'Untiverity
field day is no ear al hand, and ac
many of te contestants tomdorrowv
wiill take part its it, every student
interestedi in atlhletics shlold attend
and encourage the contdesant.

ing classes will ide glad to followv.
Wily woald it not he wine for thse
present juntior law class to emulate
the examtple of Yale and establish an
annual puhlication nest year simiilar
to that puablishdc at Yule with so
macit success? Intlids manner
ecery rmmder of the class could
hlave a melmorial ovhich in after
years will Ite treated with a great
tdeal of satisfaction. The class
sholotd take steps, immediately, hy
electing a hoardi of editors, looking
towvard tile puhlication of sach an
antlual, whtich no douht would prove
very popular.

SPRING STYLES, 1898
Surases tothu sta evcr'sh own n the SHO I tMre1 0 oe. 1s.t ,ansutndtPatest
SEE SHOW tytxttONV. 48 SOUTH M1AIN STR1EET.
SP1RI1P SU1JTITGS. A eplndid
21 S. Main Street. WAGNER & CO.

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orate's O linkiesi hattftle ta body i to po itionsrw et o week, add res s vN . M.5 a1 EN II I II las 1I N t coot

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parls renlewseesgiy astotivtsality, tand
enlivstate funtttionts.

- - - . av . v siatti .Vasa'. Aget. 01ocal Agen't.

Decriptivetpamtphltcfree on atpplIetointto10 Ir Li= Idr" " JTV AN
Rumford Chemical Works, Provi-
dence, RI.
Iteware of Stubstitastes undIitalstonts. Ad ttIt SE Is101-
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
__________________ _____A . C. so ittssqac "VBt-o,,
HENRY HAUG, Wrsgh/ t)-Dilson,Co
Teachter and soloist, Guitar, Banoand an0s- and IOrtiCB c arnI'qcl nC.
dolts. Studio at
WILSEY'S MUSOIIROOMS,
Rooms 3ItSSho tell Gt mia fimjLaWn Tennis aqd Jase
2] Years in the B~usiness, Jpa11Goods.
CITY LAUNDRY,
MM. Seabot. No. 4N. Fourth St. ASK OR WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.

This 511pacescvd tot
KG. SMITH) SONS & 60.
WtoowartAve aStatI's ett
DEIT' , -tl-lMICHIGA.

ANN ARBOR
8IEAM L.KJITDRY Go.
2$ SOUTH FOURTH AVE..
E. S. SERVISS, - MANAGER.
N 0 T I C E.-T1o STUDENTS
andi Citizetts.Don't send nat ofo totes for
tCandy sshea yost can getijuntans good at It. E.
Jolly & Co.'s. We donst charge fur style, bat
give it to ,yost,anod that is one-half. Hot anod
cotl lunchles st all hous of thte day and night.
R. L. JOLLY & CO., No- 26 South
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
And the very choicest Candles
I* TTTLE'S, o
48 SOUTaH STATE SlT'EET.
'VICTOR CYCLES
- You sll know s'thosis.
4 1 1r. aSTA mI.ER' S I
Cycle Emporium, 11 W. Wsitgton Si.

C REN TSCH LEE,
Photog~rap her,
CIORNEaTT, AIN AND IlIIuONtSbTS.
Tliis Spnce Resvoced fis thue
GIBSOJN,
Ph'OTO GRAPIIER
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.

EsVR'Y class inl college has anmhi-
lions to gain stotoriety hy establishl-
ing somte precedetwthich satcceed-

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