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VO.V. No. 124. UNIVERSITY OF MICIIIGM

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;, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1896.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

I I I

THEY HAVE COME ANDGONE
LEGISLATORS HAVE MADETHEIR
VISIT TO THE UNIVERSITY.
Various Buildings Inspected-Meet-
of Solons and Students-President
Angell's Address Gives Facts and
Figures For Them.
The ispecetion of the University has
been0 conludedl by the le gislators aued
the visitors left last night for their
homes or for Lansiis. Wiat tiey
thiink of the ns of this intistion
will be expressd) whlen a chant-c arises
for a. vote u1pon the appropriation.
rom S8 to 1:030 oclok the library,
mseuni sod laboratories were i-
spectee, he taty dvieig into
stqutads under the guidace of Ps-ot
dent Angell, members of the hoard
of Riegents and( a numbier of the r-
fessors.
The students assembld is) froitf
11h0 variosus buildings- and miarhed
into the hll by classe. BMebers
of the literary deplarmiiinulwei
giren the hlor of the all. The eo-
ed were placed to the left and ii
front of the platform. Imnmediately
behind thum sat. the seiior clas. The
oilher classes filled thi:-: ormaidir of
the hall. Professioial stuels lhod
control of the gallery, toe las being
given the north sid.
While iaitigfor hi huporailitos le
commienced the stideits amusei thtem-
selves and the visitors by giving the
varsity aid chass yells. Severl in-
provisedi yells were also given.
President Angell finally called the
turbulent assembly to orier. te ad-
dressed this visiting legislators, giving
them soue interesting bits of history
regarding the work of the University.
In speaking of the object of the Iu
Islaure in visiting the university, Dr.
Angell said: 'The firt question that
arises in+ the mids of those who are
asked to expend money for the needs
of the University, is, 'fow iuueh has
It cost uip to the present time?' The
total suns which lias been paid out
by the University siice its founding
is $2,588,000, an average of about $0,-
(10 yearly. But we have "$1,12,800
of this amount in tangible proerty
In tihe grounds and buildings.
"though it may nt sem credible
to you, this entire suns is les than
the sate line paid for the maintenance
of one of its asylums for the insane.
The expenditures of the University
up to 182, wtich is the latest year o1
which I have been able to obtain re-
ports, amounted to $2,141,000. Duig
the same period the Kalamazoo asy
WIn cost the state $2,788000."
Dr. Angell conpared tine expidi
tures of the University of MichgiTw
with thse of other instittons of th

saoai class, showing that tie similar
university or college gives as gr~rat
results tor such a small cexpenditure.
lHe showcilthintthie Botarid uf Regents
hail iadi. amdest re'ddest compared
to thetsaipriipriat~iiosisked by nihi-
versitic s(if(thier slume. 'Thi'stati
univritiy (if Missouri has reciveil
$1,:100,i00(Idrinigtihi'past totir years.
"Wisconssin is at present reiiv ing
a higher fratiotinal titl tax than we
sri,' sail Dr. Atigiell,"yet the legis-
latuire outht tstate is asl. it fiitrn
additioisal tapplriipriatiiiniof ;"-360,000i
for a niw library building. Te lini-
versitv if Illinois is askitg for the
sum of $22,000."
Presidint Angell shouwed that (lie
rest of graduiating it studetit fron t lv
Detiroit high school is eiliuil Ito lb
cost cit gradtuatiing.astutentatolihe
University. ie ti-futeid lie statiiii'it
ofti iimule itiat liihestdenmt boidy of
a c-illEi go is usuafly aristocra~i", say-
ing, "Thi-re- is no communiiiiity es' body
of iiii'iindt woimnon liii'fa'i- of lii
i-arth that is so absolmitely di toocratie-
as tint wit-li is fiiuiiidsoat: acole"'."
tHe spoke of lihi influnce i xeitcil by
such iiiei as Asa (,i-ay, P'rof'. Watson.
fTudge t'iiili y. lDe. lFt-z-, atnd oiliit
i-idicatois who liave hellodio solaik-
NIic-higamn a. famsous university. lie-
alluided to liii work aiceompillishedi by
aliii of tiii-Univrsity in every part
of the world, giving as coi' exsmtde-
thoi founinig of t colle-gein i China by
IA Hhug t'htiig tiiriiii-hlthei -intllene
cit a Alic-ligtsisalumna. a "vunan inod.
ia 'tllissionary.
Sieiators Afelausghlin, tKiltpttric-k amid
laises, amid Re-presenttivses Waite, Fisk
tiid Doiiovttiirespiondced on behalf of
time legislature. It wasniirly 1
o'clock wheini the audiemmee was dis-
miisseid.
'Thte afternoon walOs spent in ani in-
spoectioit of the hospitals, the lasvwFlint-
ry, tie'ieiital clinice, anit the gymsnat-

TEAMS TO ICE "CHICAGOED."
WHERE AND WHOM 'VARSITY
WILL PLAY THIS SEASON.
First Game With Aibion, April 6, at
Ann Arbor-Season Runs Till June
15-Eleven Home Games-Others
to be Scheduled.
latiagrr Weiks lois givui-i outa
pat-tillishofutthii-giiis to lw ii'pyrdI
biy the 'vtirsity' trainthits season. Ii
addition to tlie dales givieii hilowN
siwv-salothe's'agsntes siill be ars-augucI.
't'hiosi' which amcsueinitely schc'dule()
April 0.--Albiomtat :Aim Arbiir.
April 13.-tDetroit at Detroot.
Apt-il 15.-Denison, at Grtanvitle, 0i.
April lit-Kenyoms at(Gamsbirii.
A-plril 17.-tOhio Stat- tmiuerrity t
C'olumbuis, ().
Atiril 18.-Det'auts at (Ices n-,'a,,4 le
Ind.
Api-il 1t.-Vi'ass at Cr'awfords-
vitlli', Inc.
Apiril 20.--lmmnivrsitv of Illinois at.
( lhaipiiisigii, Ill.
April 22-Notre Daine'tat Notre
tDaini-,hut.
Atiril 2:).-Di-troit at Ansi Arbior.
April 27. -De-troit Atlili-tic Climb at
Ann Arboir.
Mtay- l.-Keiiyonii tAnsi Arbor.
May 4.-toretill atthacatr~.
May- 11.--l-niversit y of Illiiiois at
AinitArtier.
May' 17.-1.isiv sity of NViscomiatitt
Aknn Arbor.
May-1S.--Nortin stebrntIsis-ersity at
Evtimstoms, 11.
Mlay- 20.-lowva Siati- Univi-rsity' st
lowats ty.
M-ay- '1-low- C oll-gi' at (Grintnell.
May 22-Piivi catty of Mlisiesota at
Minneapoelis.
May 23.--Umsivemsitv of Wiscomisini at
tllttsems.
tMy 24-B lout at Beloit. Wtis.
May 23.-l'leago I nivirsity at C'lii-
ca.o
May 3.-t'orm-lh at Detroit.
.Tiiie 1.-Oberliii at Anns Artier.
June 5.-Uuiversity of Mfinimsota at
Anii Arbor.
Tuite .-lIeoitat Attn Arbiot'.
Jsine 12.-Nortsiohru University

NO GOOD STUDENT
Trios to learn withut hooks.
Somo popie though try to ise
tnisical instrumniits with little
or 110 tune.
We Say Bay Ihose Which Hae lone,
We sell that kind.
51 South Matn st.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
Practical 0 Tailor
his worked for manyy ersftronetofthlii
tin t mehntastissingsonenrs ii
Deitlsofuerncthe ate . 5. Saiord,
the thighcriss tatr atftitsity. aing
taugit the lateiC systemitt Gariet Cut-
tag wil produce you te
Latest Cut and Stle in Cloths!
Ful Dres Sil mae foreasosabletepoice.
No Trobe to Show Goods.
10 E. Washington st., up stairs.
H0TLUNCHES
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
JUS5T RECIVEn AT
+ TUTTLE'S,
s48 . STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LAGES OP[RAING.OOM I SIAE
NO, 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK
Ann Arbor, Mich.
BD. A. CADIEUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
he the ciy. E. Wasidettonet., lt dor
east of Sain et.Ass Arbor.
MAMMOTH A PIPE SALE
JOLLY & CO'S
It SOUTH STATE ST. Dneil feit to come.
lit ad CldlLches at All Hasrs.
Heard's
Criminal
Pleading
NOW ON SALE AT
LDA HR'S.
Up Tow, Dws Tow,
Uiversty Bookstore, Opposte ur ose
0. Stae St. 4 N. Man St.
AN~N ARBOR

i

at Ann Arboer.
LOTUS GLEE CLUB. Jhune 15.-Chicago I..nivicoity atl Ants
Arbor.
Perhaps the Last Number of the _______
S. L. A, Course. Entries Chose Tonight.
'The Lothus Glue cluib, astisted by- Rntrie for thse bcxinmg iOitd sOreshlimig
Mriss Fora Burpee, av e aim excllent events in this indoorm'emiscl ose thsis
entertainmiient inl liii S. IL. A. courete(venting. Blaniks misy- le fohundibint lse
lst nighst. 'fThe numb-T,;itbyhMr. gyl t-mnatsium tamidtomighit the-Dsaily'
lite ant Mr. Lewis, "Adiou'Mmmrii-" olice. Ensties for thse'runnmming high
situ "'Tomreador Hola,'li-seve spiecial jumshelot pntmt d4(i-y-trdedmehm elose'
men-mtion. Miss Lsurpsee was cspecially' next Tuesday eveninig. Alt comuhi-i
good its 1st- renderinhg of -'fTle Ansgel tots will he aedmititted to thse mteet tre
andmithme Shepherds" froim Beni-Husr. asisd there is 150emntry tee, ai5sno prizs
P'resident Limidley annhounced that a are given, except ther I. K. 14. cup for
postptonmmenstcif Hell. John WV. Dan~- Itse high jusmp. The laise pulrsedl
Tel's lecture saT' be necessitateid be- will he to require thosi' wvho i-mter to
c-nose of the latter's sickuicute. Senai- buy tickets for the mseet. 'flirts those
her Daniel's lecture hind hefimarranged whso actually comphete can have thmeir
for April 3.:lmoney refunsded upon applications.
There will be aIneeting of the Board Prof. Grlffin lefihures to sh-o lsws the
of editors of the Daily this 'eveulung. fi-rst three days of next week.

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