THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Formerly with (George War, 19
R. Washington t. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Tex-Books, Stationery and
Moiscellaneous Stock in general.
T~E DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,'
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
vWM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
- For Men and Boys,
in black, navy, white,
garnet 'and gray,
for Boys, up to 3
For Men, all sizes,
;Strawbridge & Clothier
Seehan & Co.'s
Asr2 FA EBOIR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gles and Dmesti Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, anger,
SSOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.
T WE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ann Arbor, ich. Capital Stck,mob101.
Oranied under the Gneral Banking Laws
-etcthis State. Receives deposits, bys ad
sneehanee en the principal cities of the
Thitted tates. ~rafts cashed upon propr
-itdeu~1CzRas:tltin. ChSafetydeposit "b' ones tornt.
Rtarriesan, viePrs.; Chas. E. iiscck,
-Cashier: M. I. Frito Assistant Cashier.
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Corner of Sate and Willies si.,
Willism t. entrance.
Themlaes thing In PHR.Os A1Y
6 E. Huron t. -Special Rates he Seiots.
A14E THEHIGHETOF ALL HIGH GRADES.
) 4 Waranted superior to any Bicycle built is Ike word, regardless of price.
D itoat be induced lapsev more money for an inferior heeI Insist on,
5) having the Wuverley. -zool and guarantrbd by the Indians Bicycle Co.
' a million dollar concern, whose bond is as goad as nold.
' FOR 5 CENTS A CAKE.
Several other varieties of good
toilet soaps at the saine prices.
from 10c up to $1.21 each at
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75. I A. E, MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
H. 1. BROWN, Exclusive Agt. Car. Fourth Ave. and Washington St.
I I 1 . I I - - M7 -- -- - - - - - I
HOVWT TO ECONOV[JzE.
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 734 Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
JDEPL,2 8z& OOA:P.F. Y-
44 South _Main Street.
Prof. Champini will leturo to the
l1aws tli. remining days of this
Sections 1 in Bill anid Noites twill re-
citi W'ilnesllly iioriniig att 1a. so.
Instrusetor Smith will quiz thle jiuni
ors lis week in room 4 on the, last
two lectures en Partnershlip, also a
review of thie previous leelsires sod all
thie cases cited.
Instructor Dwyer will quizo the jun-
iors on the first seventy-five }ages of
Etqity Pleading, this week in rooii
Prof. Knowlton will le'tuire to thbi
junior laws every day this week at
The examiination in ('ontraets 'will
luike place tho second Saturday after
Thc result of the examination iii
Ageney is potted.
A. L. Curtis, '91 lawy, vas elected
eity attornsey of Temple, Texns, at the
Edwin F. Uhl, '62, first assilant
secretary of state, has been invited .to
ideliver the ansnual adilress before the
CONVENTION OF GRADUATES.
M5. P. Porter of Miehigan Elected
the Convention's Secretary.
The animal convention of the grad.
nte- stsidents of Ameriecan colleges
u-as held in New Yoik city last Tiles-
day. Representatives of the following
iistitutionss were present: Rariiard,
Birown, Bryn Mawr, Chicago, lark,
Columbia, Cornell, Hlarvard, lohms
Hopkins, Michig an. 'Pennsylvania.
Princeton, Radcliffe, Vanderbilt, West-
ern Rteserve anid Yale.
The conention was called to. order
by C. A. Duiniway, of Harvard. H.
X. ('usbing, of Columbia, was elected'
president, and. M. P. Porter, oif Michi-
It was decided to assume, the' puibli-
cation of the. Handbook of Iroeluafe
Courses trouigh an editorial board to
be composed of an editor-in-ellief filsd
of a graduate student in earlsiti-,
tion represented. C. A. Duniway wa:s
In thq afte-inoon session discussion
on 'Interig ration of -Gradsuate 'Stu-
dents" was opened by Prof. WV. A.
ILamberton, dean of Pennsylvania..
graduate departmient, and on 'Thes
Conditions tunder whirls s-ho .I)eg ee
of ,Ph.. D. should be. Confortd," by
Protf;1H. I. Wheeler. -of Cornell. Tine;
followfng ctssolutions were. adopted:
. "A confe -onsce of graduate tsiudents
from Barnard, Brown, Bryn MAltp.
.Cilimili,Cornell, lHarvard, Jtns,
llopd~ns, Michigais, Pennsylvansia,
ie d-'lutfe.Vandcerbilt, iersvIts'
serve ansd Yale,. held at New York'
city en April 1d, 159:5. lptcie
fuolowig scis of s-esolntions, whichi
ihey wish isto stibmit to boards olf
trustees, to facltliesad to tlie gens-
eral suier"sily public:
(1t That thie degree of Ph. D). shiold
tie grsanted emly after the completion
soil pusblication of a Ilies1 i esubidyug
*_h roults of original inve'slig;tlton.
(2) 'fhat only those wile lilve' b-
twiniedi o. iac-helor's idegree from soic;t
reputable college, or 'Wise -furnis"h
proofs of fully i'gtivalenst lttailleisets,I
shoulid be eligible as candidates. forl
the degree of Ph. D.
(3) 'Thlit regnlations should be mod-
iltel to faciltte. intersuigratton of
gratlsuLt() stiudents, and that accord-
uzgly not miore, than on~esafsrsi--
deuce shouilid be. reqired in, the ui-=
versity svlser the degree of P'h. 1D.
(4) 'lsnt the giving of the degree
of A. M., Ph. D., Dioctor of Scies'e6
ansd Doctor of Leiters, lionorts cansa,
is to ;be condenlledolandtha tlip h
granting of these degrees in absentia
is cer3 imtchi to be dlepreclited."
ln the evening the. delegate's were
given a. dinner by tile Columbia Grad-
unto clsib. Prof. Seligmsan, of Comm.-;
bin, iiide the principasl speech.
Graduate Club Meeting.
The graduate club will. hold its next
mheeting Thursda~y at 7:30.p. in. at the
residence of Prof. Israel C. Rusueli,
corner Oxford and Hill .sts. tPtof."
Thomas will deliver an address.'
"The Beginnings of Poetry.",-
Mr. Porter will give a roepes-I4:oftr
conferenco of graduate studensa held,
in New Yfork last wveek. Oflicers'for"
next year will be elected at this. meet-
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HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
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NEW YORK, CHICAO, PHILADELPHIA.
The only wibeet in thme martet which lasa
held apet s Oslast ;yesr'sprices. Why? Be-
cause everyone :of ,them cans be sold at that
price sueth1evure worth it. Plese rail and
inspect .my;,lInceand see the many decided
improvements over ether so culled hine grasde
wh tiheel Bbthe EIliptIc crank.
w. P. DISTLER,
31 N. University ave
MOORE & 'WETMORE
6 5. Main est . nd: State st., cor-
ner 'of -Wilitam st., have a
coioplete ;stock of
UN'~S1Y IT BOOKS
Now and Secondl Hand..
-Nt -Ro arad".Otuoem t~uiets' SuTpelies
Fine Stationery, hSaort#R'8: eods, etc., vaich
stsey Odoer t tie Lowes
C.'ll11'anid spesuabefore purchasing.