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THE U. OF M. DAILY. M

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the iCollegs year, by
THE 0. Of M INDEPENDET ASSCIATIO,
OrFICE:simes building N. Main st., opposite
post oie.
EDITORS.'
H. COEMuAN, Lit. 'i, Malnaging ditor.
G. B. HRikSOas, Lao 'S, Assitnt,
A. W. SITH, Lit. Spl., Asistat.
W. A. Scot, Lass'i, Assistant. -
J. A. Litos, Lit. 'ii. Atseiis Editor.
J. S. PEARL, Law '11,lusincss Manager.
H. W. Levy, Lao ', Assistant.
Associate Editors.
S. B. Shiley, it. '5. il. A. Dancer, Lit.
E. L. Evanss, Lwo 5. ERWSunderland,Lit'96.
Carrie V.Snith,Lit.'. LR. iamblen,LaW'l.
C.A.Hougiso,Ient's. C. i. Farrell, Lit. '8.
M GilbertEngr.'i. i.B.Gammo,liedi'8.
Minnie M5. Thomson, Lt. '7.
G. A. ieati, iharmic 'i.
Subscription price Slt pryear, iarably
in adace. Sigic copies 3 1cents. Subrip-
tioss may be left at ;te ofice of the iAs,
at Stoffit's, at Stae s. news stasdhwith any
of te editors or authoried solicitors.
Commusicatinsshould reas te office by
7 oclocks p. m. if they arets appear ele net
day. Address all mastteristcsded forpubli-
cation to te Maaing Editor, All bsisess
communications should be sesst to te Busi-
nes Maager.
THE U. OF M. DAILY
Anss Aror, ti.
The birtmieing is thIs newly elect-
eel Daily bossd will be hetO tuiseen-
isgst 7 o'clock sharp. Asflicrs arc
Is be eetd it is absolutely iec sry
that cvery isesob ' be preent.
Canditates for Olin'vasiy eansars'
srislty lhanpertt by tils crosdwoi
lerist i rosw'tig oer tile"ropes,
thereby iterfring with the pate.
Yestsrsay sestra l ln stoiroiluninto
by playrs while ats'siptisio' to fii 101
their positions. It will be inecesary
to place men around Olin -retis to
kerpOlie crowid basis ulssatheOsrar
tire is stopped.
Linen Papers.
Only te best of nesslien rags nie
uselillthe mnssisl'stsre of good lisen
papers Aipaerr tn be gosd, musatsre
strong and of ine es'en tetreis' iliea
firm surfare. Cheats paprs are made
frmmstod and old dirty rags. They
lae a glossy apriralse knd look
swell, but are hardl lald bri~tie and not
iletsintto swrit.01. -They swill stand
very little hsndlingand will sois trn
yellow. Good linela pe tissrs on the
otbr band, hase a firns even srface
very pleasant to wie on, and yet
lias'e a nice soft appearane and look
rir. Take for instance, sorb papers
as Olin Swan -Linen and t(le ucesyn
od, or any olier of te high grade
papers. Linen papers, of 'ths class,
are strong, durable and handsome
asd sbosw0th perfection of paper mak-
ing. A good linen paper of medim
weight costs very little more' than a
thick heavy paper of poor quality.
Thesei facts areael worth remember-
ing.
Thre wvill hle a, cae tried in the
pratce, court Wednesday evening,
conmmencing, at T o'clock. Thin is on
account of the law department's clo-
ing Thursday evening. In order to
finish the work in. anple time,''Judlge
Boge contemplates, hearing cses In
the excuing after the spring vacation.

Mrs. L. R. Stowel In Politis.
Mr. tLoiseeOtsd Stosell, 76d6lit,
has bee'n apointdl sn sof tleboe lsss
f shsssl trustees of thetDistict of
Columiais. She thus has Olin ior
of bseiiig one of th irt tso swo"e
to orctsy ses-"iaspositistn. In spak-
ssg of uhcrOte W-\liisgtots:imis
says the folluswing:
'Mrs. Stoswell has lorestr associatetl
swithi a numbehtr of societi, smotii.f
this'is distiiictis'ely eucrational. PS'
is all hosiord mseisber,asutet on sly
Amle'ri sosiaii oiiit rolls, of tins
Mis'liglsls tlisroas'rticl soity; 015
alisvt emerilt, land teol001'Assiri
cans soissssioii its rolls, of the tloyl
Mfis'l'oessl sitiety of London; ss
mnsnser -of t' society for rxt'nsioi
of uts'ersity ts'siniig; xtrsislnt
itt the Esiioal Collegiate Alsimnaise
assocsiatiosn of tis Disrit.
"Miis. Sowell swasoa5memerlot of tss
ists'riatissnsl t'osssst'l of Wessist, heist
in this ity inIi 150, rreeir'stilg "Ills
highsr t loatiosi of svsisi'." OiS' is
this'sastorosf oeosnsie'hunessstupslae(rs
on 'sedtisnal sbjets,ad aut sss fssi
s-s's 1 ye'ars the riitor of asisohniir
joturna~l. She' is also the atosr of a
ssork s'siitle'sl"ltis'roastsirsl Diagnss-
s1s,' thatihasld s aise cirulastio."
The Dental Library.
'Thoot s hstfreqisenst OhrgmIeral 1i-
brary hasie ben11heard to as-kwhstil'eit
dental Ssituts rssotsn, to 51111
sxt'lt, ini that building. It is's a. r-
tiont t'tsily aisswe're. for, osigtthtelt
gilseosity of the late Dr. lord sisis
otheir frileiis of that detstrtit ey 155
hiase ono.of lte most torughly
dqipedrden'ittl liraris iOre coin-
tr'y. Onitlheir catalogsue arr osertt00
voslmeils, ilulldinig 170text-oks, anid
uring the presnt coleg year, ott
to date, .104 books hae ben drassn
andcoisulte illtsir litrr'in 11)'
destal building. A comletseft ile of
all dental journals is als, kept.
EAS'1Eit YOUtTIt'SO 'liiPAI ON.
Among the msany attatise ansi
handsomne aster onimber solpola~lsr
auioug rtisea's of loigazilis ansi liii
per, 'Pie'Youth's Companio 'crs
In atpprtrilt'niss to te s000011 and
in the exetional quality of its read-
tug motter.
_"Tthe Sory of a State," by the lMar-
quis of Loriss, irpared f or The ('om-
panionl inicollaobration siti OlinPrin-
cess Louise, is siastile of ae is-
est. "oroty's Easter," and "A for-
uner in Itggs," aretwso typical Easta'
storisst-lisworh twicolsating
"The Roance of a Shoal, an adven
torn story by W. Clak ussesl,
swould e. arl to duplicate.
Each onun of the entire' collecion of
stories deserves special mntisn, and
wit lt ihemiscellany, ,poery, etc., tl-
leted in this oe issue is worl h h
price of Oihs' aser fsr the esstire yer.
Tleo April.niomer of the Rand ,Mc-
Nally Official Railway Guide for Olin
Lniuted States and Canada is nosy out
and on sale at the news stands. Thi
nuir 'Cotains a. vast amount of
valuable informiation for travelers;
and if you are going on a trip this
vscation, it will pay you to buy ai
PI3l ,fore starting.
Jbust-A '95 law cnos with the own-
e':nme1. . Hall)Ougr av he-

U. OF Al. CALEN DAR. JUT A 1IE
Thurs., April 11.-tFaculty recital at 1 I Js R IE
FrineetMemorial ball.
Thurs., April 11.-Itro. Trueblood's
r'ecitsal of lior dramatizathion, of 'Sihsas A SIPMIENT OF
Mtarner,'"It. E. church. }
Fri., April 12.-Spring vacation be -Lni -n 2 ~
ginls. U iI O Ill/b Tan. lIUoe~
Tues., Aplil 23.-Spring vacation
closes. Exercises resunmed h ihall. e- FO . SP Zr C.
psartmsnts.
Thiurs., Aprit 25.-Sensior suing-out
avesuser ;services. JA:COBS & ALLMAN D
Fri., April 2.--Intercolhegiatc debate
betsveen Northsvestern and Michigan Washington Mlock, Ann Arbor.
at Chiceago. P. S.-See our Show Window.
Thurs..,tiny19.-Faculty recital at __________________
Friseze Mtemorial hall. DITS01ONMU sic
Thiurs., June Gs-Faciulty recital atIj
Firieze IMemorial halt.
STAMOP COLLECTIONS.
We waat to btiy stamsp collections "Six LDve Songs,"
and will pay cash for tthe sswine 00 By Frankt E. Sawyer. Translations of Six_
receipt if price asked is satisfactory. of bleitte's finest lyries in eaq uisito musicaf
Colhections sould be seot by regis- 'etsg.HayPpr Bcns
tered msail or express 'wills letter nuns- ii COLLEGE SONGS."!
ing price under separsate cover. X's 1
scoot superior approvl sheets toncc- The standard collection of Colege Songs.
Over 30,0t0assld. Heavy Paper.,150
sponsilhs partirs. cents; Cloth, Gilt, $1.00.
WT.J. LAWR IENCE & CO.,
R~alsunazon, IMich. "COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS"
Oely bosis of thelsesnd' published. Thte
FIRS NA ION L B NN.songs of thse leadinsg rolleges for women.
Heavy Pacer. $1.00.
OF ANN AEBOR.
Orgssnized 1811. 'KiOAL'"ThLLEGTIOITH UITAL CIUIIAR MUST.
Capitsal, $1tt,000. Surplus and Profits, $0,000.. Eightty-two pieces for thte guitar from the
Transascts ts general bushier btusiness. best sources. A shplendild collection. Hand-
Fo.rign exchans ba ought and sold. Furnish oreCoser. 500cents.
letters of credit. Assy books sent postpaisd on receips of price.
P. BACHI Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
To arransge for private or OLV R IT O CO
4na-4sea sliugiusn St., Boson.
SICIAL CLASS CuIn itson &oo. N Y
lessons in Dancing, call at
Granger's Aaadex3y.
Office boors 11 in I and 4 to S.
N~o stairs to msount.

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MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, 10 a. sn., Gentleman beginners class.
Saturday, 4 p. in., Lady begin nerssclass.
SYonday 71:30 p. mn., Advanced Class (Ladles'
and Genthemeul.
Tuesday, 7:00 p. ms., Begissners Class (Ladies
and Gentlemen).
Priv~ste lessons by appsohntment.
SCHOOL~ 46 S. STATE ST
A NEW LINK CUFF

This space is reserved
for the Grand Opera,
House.
THE
Lovell Diamond Cycles
Are unsurpassed for
BEAUTY, SPEED AND WORKMANSHIP.
Good allowance maode on second-
isand wheels.
GEO. F. FISHER. Agent, aa E. Univ. Av.
T TEEWsHANSERFERI ATRR

II

IT'S HARD TO DO WITHOUT cotrnsluT, ~lFee~thu~e
CEO. S. PARKER FOUN4TAIN PEN.
sue hadsomesiulustad cataloguu' mue. PARKER -PEN (SOSPANT, Janesville, Win'
SHEEHAN & CO. Exclusive Agents for Ann Arbor.
! 91FISK& M
1,00
:NUE IN 1894.
Send' for Agency'
Boston. New York
0hlca ILoasAngeles
Toronto Washington,

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