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# THE U. OF IM. D)AILY.

luls -JIaity (Sunday esorett during
the College year, by
THE D, Of M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION,
OFFICE: 'limeso building N. Mate st., opposite
post. otfice.
EDITORS.
11. COLEttAN, Lit. '9y, TMaaging Editor.
G. it. iAttuisito, Lawr '0, Assistant.
A. W. Surrit, tit. Spot., Assitant.
WV. A. Set.s, Lao 'til, Assistant.
J. A. LEttoy, Lit. 'S6, Athletic Editor.
J. S. t'EAOL, Law 't5, Itusiness Planager.
it. AV. L vv. Lao '96,Asistant.
Ansociate Editorn.
S. 1B. Shiey, Lit. 't9. It. A. Dianner, Litt.'9.

Fres:tman Track Meeting.
ed by 'JtS in the netring of titans ran-
didtiois ftor thetiratrkt'tmtnyesterrday.
Abtottt 25 ritortit at the steling 1and
gis'eiteir tiittcos to Matitoir ft. 'r.
Heatltd. otto rlttesltt them ito eon-
:utitMit. tFitzpattrirc and beti'woth
wtithi tiii'trtcictniin liii'gy rniaili
at ter.mnitg in nt h'ttst thrne titmes
ati wok. ('alit. Liltiy, of the 'v'arsity
ttii'ittitg of 'vstiy trat cantditidsts
tittigliltitnd to makt' evety effort to

E. L...Evons, fast t. E.tt.Sunds ttaoitLit'it. (I,"tiother frshmetn out t in us tietig
Carrie V.Smit,Lit.'it. Iliambten,L'ato'IS
E. S. IBartlett, Lit. '9i. C. 11. Farrlit.18 ad for reglltr trtainitng.
M. Gibert, Engr.'ii. .1.ammtntoedic's.doS
Minute M. Thomson, Li.'7 ho Dontal Journal Out Today.
C. A. tHeatht, Pharmic _'9___.
To Detntal Journtal for the oecomd
Subscription price $SitS per ye'arstinaribly
in adv'ance. Sinsgle copies 3 tonts. Subscrip- ttartz'r wiltltietplacsed ott stilet'odtaty.
tions may ise loft at the 01510 of tile tI)Ast 5''iii. tttutber coutas ti nn tanstiy
at Stofiet's, at State at. newsta nd,51witany
of thte editors tor authsttized sotlitcttorss titr.' stststtt of inteiresting mtteiir.
Communicatios shsould reachth ie offioe by (,.(o. 11. 'trait. fortmerly assistsnttprto-t
7ocloch p. m. if they are to appar thse lost
day. A ddress all matitor iotetsdsd for publi-fe'tsor if pilosophly it thio nittit-t
cation to till' Managissg Editor. Alt husinss tits. contcltudes his tip aittetiltiof up'.

Ride a Victor
and yen will experience the great-
cst pleasure to be derived front
wheeling.
Made in the largest anti finest
plant in the ssorld, the Victor
has justly earned the title uSf
The King of Bicycles.
Our lhandsome ti9- catalog
will lietnailed tree upon request.
OVERM'AN WHEEL CO.
MaI~kers 4-f \'tct'l'icycls'and AthtleticCootds.
Boeston. New'York. Cbscage.
San Fsancisco.Los, ACnelt. rrtland.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS DANK
Ants Artior, itch. C'aptaltStok, X0,000l.
surplIs-,. $150,000.
Organizedundertss'CeneralsBning tsLaws
of thsis State. Rieceives ds'potsits, busys assd
sellsexchsantgeor]t thec prissciptal cities 'of thse
Catted Statts. Dt'tfts cerd uposs proper
identificstions. Safs'ty ds'posit boxses ts resnt.
OFFRS;tt C'hristiats Plach, t're.. 'sW. It.
narriaat, Vice-Pres.; Chass. E. ltiss'octs
Cashsset;. J.Ft'tsAsssast Cashier,
Metropolitan Cafe
Lancs and Dinissg Room. No. t8 N.
FourthsAs'e., between Atlington Hotel
and City Office nuilding. Opett alt
hours. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis, Props.
W M R FIUI' Z,~2E,
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Cortser otf State and Wltliam tt.,
Wsilliam t. tentrance

SHOES._SHOES.
Our Entire Stock goes at
Reduced Prices
UNSTIL
MARCH 1ST, 1896.
JACOBS & ALLMAND
,WashingotlnrMockAns Arbor.
P. S.-This includes all our Fintrlat-
ent Leather and Russet Shoes.
'1THE GRANI) OPERA HOUSE..
SPECIAl. ENGAGEMENT.
Saturday Matinee and Night,,
MARCH 2ND.
Tlse Famous Matdion Squire Succesn,
YOUNG MRS, WINTHROP
Bty Bronsotost tsssrsth toor of "Shenan--
dosits" "Ts'e erietta,." etc. A tbeauti-
fatls ttsoyneywts aremarkable
castiltudlting
ICXS UNT T.AB 3LLf
tteservsersats s ottsle at Watts' Jewelry
PRICES, - 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.
EVERETT 0. FISK & CO.
S THE
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES,
Chicago, Ill., 355 Wabash Ave.,
S. F. CLARK. Manager.
Thse inost somsplete Agency System is thae'
Unlited Stattrs.
it"OereaoX)tspositions tilted in 1814.
Housto,, Chiagom, WanhhmgtonD.C.
Newrkr's~, JIois Angeles Ttoronte.
Membets of Guasranttee Tickset Broksers' Asno-'
ciastiots of C. S.
Cosby & McKeon R. R. Ticket Agency'
.0 Adamo at.,t'hit'tsgs. hRduced eaten to altt
psoints.IBra'ssc'hsNos.3IN. Maitt at.. Ann
Arbtor, iintats.

ness Mtstsaer.
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Ann Arbor., Michs.
Thse editors dos not old them'oselv'es respon-
sible for thse opinioso r statemests of corres-
poedents, appearinsg in thse DAttY.
Theire wsill be i t itictig of the Dail'
btoars thtio s'vening at 7 o'clock. tBns-
mness of imiportssnce is to ho tratto-
ai 'd.
Once toore we' -ttsslst casl attention
to the notice of a niteetitig of all cttn-
didts for the 'varsity irack t tal
this ev'enting. Itt is very itsspotatt
that a good crowdse; bplrese'nt at tis
firsttetig if trttck tutu.forur itil
tde'endso upon Ia gootd start. tHa:rvatrd's
catl for catndidtsc ttistltstsre-
sonseocf rotms iearly 100 tmess, titd over
350 tisntohiveoboots in regulaor trolls-
hng, fitsr1100ore ss tha ssotl. Surely
thnre ought to be 201)ttett at Michi-
guts, if iHarvard cats got out 350. Less
titan at atny timie inthie futuire ists'eto
a demiand Slits year for tmen already
trained 'anioskilful.tOtIfsen siling
to wvork only conic out in sufticienit
numtbcrs, there wtill be tno needtso
wvorry as to tie shtowitn".Michigant
will tmako against other collegcs. This
year there are 110 1000itocollege wvho
haves a. cinch on somie' 000 oevent or
other. Every. eventto i tepro gritti
is opett to attyotte, ansiotie statsa as
good a chtatnce as antothte'r. Tue fresh-
tten soreodtigoodl'spirit at their itst-
tug ycsterday, but they msust do tuttre
yet if they exjtoct to defeat '1)7 and
to ttakse the shaowitig they tire calpable
of itn the 'varsity cottis. 'Tvsenty-
five tmeto frotit't)S is good, but itot
tiearly etnongt. Let uis have fifty or
sixty at le~sst.'We' urge it upia fresh.-
lmon especially to coieot,. bectause
it is upontabteint se 1must rely in the
futture. Tht, forcgointgrenmuriks apiply
to other classes as wellitowsever. If
yen are at all capable of doing any-
thin g en thei track or field, atte usdh'the
nieeting toight; if not, seod tI! som
000e'who ,cnodo something.
Subscribe for thea Daily.

tsmotistn. Dr. -N. S. iHoff' eotr~ibuots
sil sitttis' ott "lOmttsttalgia. sw'hile'Dr.
fi. Xsavie'r Suddiustht, de'anuof til'cos-
leo if detiitry of Sfittmtotts'.wsitc
tshort sirticles tttnser Chit'heatdof'"P'ot-
P'ourri." Bt'sidles tis there are ti
largtnumtiber of shosrt ttotes relatiug
tot studen~t affatirs ittthedepearttment.
U. 01F M. CALENDAR.
Suit., Stat'. 2--Wrnklle association
muceetimig itt Roomat11,lsaw bttildhingagt
2 o'clock.
Sa. Siar. 2, 7 is.tm.-le'etiug of can-
didates for the tr'aek teatm in Rtoont 24,
ttin builiding.
SaL.,lar. 2.-Ann Arbor society of
collegiate alumunae wtill meet at Mtrs.
I. C. Adams atO 3 is.it.
Sumn., ian. 3.-P~rof. E. . ohstlenm
btefore the Untiversity Bible: elass at
thin Si. h .. chutreht.
Mlon., Sian. 4.-Schiler tnighit at the
Un ity Chub.
Mon., ian. 4.-Prof. DOogo lectures
at Inland Leasgue on "A Suntter's
Trip Thtnought Scandtnavta.
Fri. eve., ian. 155.-Sophonmore party
at Granger's acadetmy.
Fri., Stan. 15.-Univeraity oratorical
contest itt Uniiversity haltliuder auslti-
eea of S. L. A.
Fri., Sian. 29.-Varsity indoor tuoct
in Cymunaeium.
DITSON MUSIC.
"Six Love Songs,"
By Fraeh E. Sawyer. Translations of Sin
of Hteine'asfieest lyrics he exquisite musical
settings. Heavy Paper. 75 cents.
"COLLEGE SONGS."
The standard collection of College Songs.
Over 300,000 sold. Heavy Paper. 50
cents; Cloth. Cit. $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only bush: of thin ind published. The
aonegs of the tending colleges foe women.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
,OYAL COLLCIION INSTRUMENTAL GUIJAd MUSIC,"
Eighty-two pieces for the guitsr from the
best sources. A splendid coleetion: Hand-
some Cover. 50 cents.
Any booh sent pestpaideon receipt of: price.
OLIVER DITSON CO.,
4531-463 'Washinegtes St.. nosteom,
C,.15. Ditsn& Co. N. Y.

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