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.THE U. OF M. DAILY.

1'Oi lohed Daily (8 to hyS seepte) darin
The Coloee yar, by
T E U. OF M. 1NDEPENDENI ASSOCIATION
ID advaceinorle eo-o s 3rets. 5thtcilt-
teno may he left at the offiet of te DAMPY,
at hiottot, owith any ofteedtorsao
authied olicitors.
Caomouneations should reachth te ole y
7 otielt P. st. tt they are to appeae tie neat
toy. Addreess all matter intemded totrpttbliea-
tioe to the Macaging Editor. All bttsinems
commncionoaashould he teat to the Bost-
nesManager.
THE U. of IX. DAILY,
Ann Arbar, Kichb.
EDITORS.
C. A. llI'moNl,f aiw .t, oeeginvEtd.itor.
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CM.i1.m~v. lit.10Aul.lticoldit-.
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of1 1he 11 y o tbi"i'
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SRestrictive Amendments With-I

Ydrawn.
The lost two amendments to the
constituion of the S. L. A., puth-
lished itt the DAItLY May 4, hovt
been wvithdtlrawn by the mover, ond
thoeyefoye cantott be voted on of the
meeting of the altociation. Thete
aye thie amtendments whicht restyictedl
cantdidates for certain offices to stul-
dentt who have been here for a cer-
lain lime. AtV. AV. GIFINl,
E. II. Harritmao, '92 lit, who it
at prehent temporarily at te head
of the Fenton high tsctool, will next
year be in charge of thn Scientific
Department at Coldwater.
DR .LtttPihI IlO 3TEItAN, Cedatrville,
N. J., Sas-toof
Horsfbrfd's Acid Phosphate.
"I have uisedi it for sevetral yealrsott
otnly ftt oy prectiee, btut itt my 0o511 fit-
dividoal caseO, atit cotnsidter ftitiuder till
cireusnto~lces tne of the beat Iterve
toties that we possess. For omenital ex-
htaustion or toverw ork it gives rentewedl
strettgth atttlvigor t h niess
tem."oteett eaa
A moot exeelletat anid agteeable totie
attt lappetfeer. It itourioltet anittnvig-
orates tlie tired brttin anad body, imt-
parts renewed enea-gy and vitality, atid
ettlivetis the funetions.

i

TAN:SIIOES. -Pices, $.S, 4.00, ',;,J.00.
48 SOUTH Sl AIN STREET~, - - ANN AR BOR.U
sP Jy®s~IT1 pn

21 S. Main Street.

WAGNER & CO.

a .

11Time Card 0 inl ct Sunday, il y1, 1W41.
is the LEADINGSCocOOn OR BUSINESS. nMtg-
nif1i01ent1bui0ldinglneteachlers;large attendace; ONNOT1
go1d1d ilno; superiorworke; wellsupplied readinlg N 1 n .pes*... i1>a n
10101 dolly l-turest; Sturdeayevninglllrleetiotlns; .1iOllCl~O0 . 11.
open th notire yna;enlloinecl graates ingreO e -i tv110.0l00s'rAnn1Abor10Ceom..t.. .1li-
deandol; thotand grtes anlltt seepositiots; N l.a boalland I'alooeae r....... 415p.m
1log expenses tl.tctt2.lte wee i priate fact.CIG OUH
toeecraettFor ct ATL~xadLit;ofhStudentswha1115 C0
mtoepositions front weeto ee, address No.1. ai-l and Fstooo rl ....e.111510.111.
F. R.oCnEAY.Free. No,.4. and, 111lioyteoo ......11 . 1.
N.0.. 7111111 1001 lttomolion ... 6015a. to
- $ i 'Daily e-xcept0Sunday.
F'irs'(Trains 3Satdti r111between 11Atnn Arb~or till
6 Ftrot .oos atrd Warratnted ilToledo only, 0dai10, excet Su nida-.
N 0 Cl ey Wtty. Othoer tratins doily 1001111 Sunday.
E { Fee.W . H. IaENNELTT', Il. S. (itFlbEIl COD:,
Geo.tPass. Agetnt. Local Agent.
S 14E1E$ItA Ns & C MPA
01 01000 C lNIP1)1

ITisi very implortafnt that thte seo-
ioro pay thteir class tax as soon as
possible. Mtemtbers of the class
shoutld not be s0 negligent in this
matter, as it is very estential to tlte
nuccess of thse setnior reception that
these be paid early.
IT itsnweil knoswo fact that the
Lecture association is onse of the
msot inmportant institutionss of thte U.
of M. It is an organization ftn whichs
all sttudensts have an inteyest, thuts it
behooves every holder of a ticket to
be present at thse election Saturday
nmorning, atnd choose sucs officers
as will bent carry ouit thtewoisltes of
the whole student body.
Aa a whole we have had a good
courte of lectures this year anidqwe
will expect and want as good if not
a better next year. So the thing to
do is to put io able men to nmake the
choice for on.
A Farewell Program.
The Jefflernonian Society will hold
its last meeting of the college year
this evening. A very interesting
program will be rendered, opening
with tha inaugural atddress of the
new president, 'T'. R. Best. Miss
Laurene Corbin, of Ypsilanti, will
sing three vocal solos, entitled
"Bobolink," Village Noon," and
6Wind and Trees.'' Miss Isabella
M~axon and Miss Minnie Ferre will
favor the society with recitations.
'The rett of the evening will be de-
voted to five-minute farewell speeches
by the senior members. Everybody
is cordially invited to attend.

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Dreriptive Ipampllet freeont apptlction to1
Rumford Chemical Works, Provi-
dence, RI.
tlBeware 00fiSubstitutes aand Imlitatiolns.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
HENRY HAUG
Tleneherad noloit,Guitoar, OBtnio and l Mast-
dolic. Studio 0t
WtC5ET S wiUSIC 000O1S,
Rooms 3t45..0State S1.

A. ~ ~ il -)" Did/lhliora-c.
ancor ~iace Par/eridqe ' Co.a
iMgasiuip5 LaWq1 Teiplis andJpace
jali Goods.
ASK OR WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.

Thin Space Reserved for
?.G. SMITHI ON 00.
WtboloardlAee. atnd Slate Stret,
DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.

ANN ARBOR f
GlEAM LmPLY 1Co.
230 SOUTH FOURTH AVE..
E. S. SERVISS, - MANAGER.
N O T I 0 E.-,To STUDENTS
and Citizens. Don't senidot of toots tnr
Catndy whe ynuncan getiaust an gnndat RE.
Jolly & C.'n. We dontlcharge for style, hot
give it tn yna, and thlat in nne-half. Hot cnd
cold lncates at cit Soars of the day and night.
R. L. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
And th-e very choicest Candles'
*.TUTTLE'S~
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
VICTOR CYCLES~
You naall know them.
Call and sete m at
M.. STAEBLER'IS
Cycle Emporum, 11 W. Washington St.

RENTSCHLER,
hoto r aphe r
COYiNEiIMAIN AND HUR-ON STS.
Thtis Sitce eerved for the
GRIANtD OPERA.. HOUSE.

GIBSON,
PHIOTOGRAPHER
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.

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