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April 26, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Publiahed Daily (Sunday ecepted during
the Cleg year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
O)recE: Tiara bailing N. Main t., oppsite
pst ofitce.
EDITORS.
J. A. LEo, '5, Managing Editor.
G. B. IAnlilSN,'16 L, Asistant
A. w.. SuIeH, Special, Assistant
W. A. Sein..'511 L, Assistant.
11. CiLEMs', ith ileic Ediir.
J. S. PEARL, '5 L, BuinesaiManager.
Associate Editor.
ii. A. Daner, '5. E. L. Eans, '15 L.
E. R. Pndelan, '6. Carie V. Smith, '91.
L. A. P'ratt, '6. L.. It. ilamblen, '6i L.
C. A. haughtan, 'i 1). . A. iiath, '6a .
Minnie Thaapsn,'17. 11. I. Gammn '8 M.
C. H,. asrll, '9. . i. Kappen, 'l.
J. A. Finly,'11.
Subcriptian price $2 ia per year, inariably
in advance. Single cpies 6 cents. Subcrip-
tions may'ie letc at the affice at tet.AIL,s'
at Staltet's, ait William st. nessad, sith1
anyoftlhe editors or authorized solicitrs
Cmunication'ssuld reahelsoifefic by
7 o'lock p. a. it they are to apieas'tienexeat
day. Address all matesr itesnded tr pubi-
catin t. ti maaging Edtce. All busiesss
commausnications should be set ttheBusi-
aeoissasage.
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Asa Aror, ]Mic.
The ~lit'iy liof t'ien ylvsiiiiis
lasking fr a "'S00,00011appror~iatini
fromistie sats The''lsP'hiladelhia
Recoarsd i stiaking at the recnt visit
at the Pelnsylvsiatlegislatutoci stha
,institution tr tie rioseatofiptc
tinhay 155 s tt th ci' in balilittle aubi
thasitevein mire thaisinwanted xiii
til granttd. This is vry sigisfetit
alien cmaiisredl wills the attiltue af
manl~y Pf the ipariers ii this ste t-
wsardtheli"eery Ps1i11na lllrpriaian that
Mliciigois irust sectre it sie is iao1hold
lir iigb ratk a naigAmericans
schols:o
Athletic ound Meeting.
At the meeing afthtie bard at direc-
tarsofattile ahletieasciatin bld
lst it it 'was decided to turn the
mnaney received rainom;ladies tr ad-
missin is te bll gamie and feleid
day into tie haids of the comnittec
anl tie xvoman'o annex to the gym-
na'sitim. Until tbis year ladies have
been admited free to ol ganes and
it wasl, thought that thin action wvould
be a goad way for lie association ta'
recognize the increased ineret sown
by lady tudent iiiathletis.
'Thle oiler business rainacted at te
mteetirg xa tie elein at Dr.a.iNan-
crede anid OCaimpelind Pint. de-
Pant and Rolfe as facuty members
of tlire new advisory coimmittee oni-
leticn which was established by ithe
newv canstitoitiama Of tie associations.
Tueo provision reuires five gradaie
and four faculty imeimbers, but i xa
decided to iostone the election of'tie
graduaie ieimber. This advisory
committee has a voice In tie direcion
of athletic management in ite Uni-
versity and posseses ie right of veto
upon tie actions of the board at
diretor. Besides these ectins, 1.
L. Hil', swas electid directo to fill
vacancy on the board.
Comedy Club Athletic Benefit, May

,VARSITY'S APPROPRIATION.
Ways and Means Committee Will
Report Unfavorably.
L~ansing, Mich., Special to the Dily,
Aipril 2e,-Tiorewysa1d1meaisicoman-
mittie is expectedl in a fewv days to
marrke its report to tie housie n they
speei t irity laipprpiriiaion A
mari ity oatheii"carnitr'pps gv
lngtliiihntitntional iy at tie, sm
aked tr. The mosat that aiiy ciii
nilteemnaovcatis is $(25,00 f) on'tie
tiectric lightplant aiii$21,00 io
imake sp the deficiency iii ihe biilig
aunl rep'iir accunt. Oner or twovafvor
tire'iictic light ie lonlie.
University Comedy Club.
''lic newly oraizielU'ni'ersiy
tComedy cdub xiii give isirst pir-
forance at tie Grndi opetliouse,
asl lire eening tit May Sa0, ftar l
jait b 'heit oathlie xoman-'s sann~ex to
tire gymniiaitmiaidithlie Aleie assa-
ciationa. Txovaystare to ueiienci;
this first tie ol Elglishi ne-at fare
"Leni lcSteFiveSilligs," xwhicr is
being tplaytithissesons xwilgre at
suclcess ty Air. Nat ihirllix'l. The
secont ielicc is " Wo',isii';ittle
Game," aine of teileci'er'si farces
Morton ever wrai.
The crss f ue twIsayirSs sill be
filiieidby lt' fallx'wingl'siis'eiy poa
pienIIosillatoxv a v iex'bi eisen iiere
ini amartenr srfr~'nl'is: Air. Nr-
man H5 S. Macklett, ArhricI. Smirt,
1;-. H.iarrlimrainJamies Handry, tHarry'
Nighinugale, Mtotb Boriransds, ens
Cocker, Fred Ceaiis':Misa Bessie
Duiistei, 1Siss Deinx D t~iier,9ils
Vera Duffy, Siss Frrilme as liSls
Bell' Nrla.
Goad xvrk has ei oie at tll the
reiertrsaios ad a ciiexci' perfo~racee
is pramisetd. Tin' pliat of the huise
xiiilie pla1c'dat Seeans for Oys
before the perforiirnce, -xvrer. nsala
coin be reserved. tPrice, 3, 31) ah
7C ents.
Senior Lit. Swing Ot.
Niarly 10 seirs iii cap and goxn
mret ini the capel t 4 1. ln. yesterday
afterinaon for lieswing out at vespers
C'onsiderimng the sarliltumbri(''of sixty
woirwxore them ist year. tisnshows
tbeir fat icreasing ppllariy, ad
is very gratifyinrg to lovers of tie
customn. Fronmtie chapel lie caso
ascended directly into lie hral by tsa
front stairxay, aid occupied the re-
erved seas directly before tie stage.
A very large audience xas tpresnt ta
see tire nexv gowns, oach it xas tie
alveral camment of everybody that
"Tire looked -very culie"
JUIST A SIODENT.
Have you ever tried to get a real
good, honest writing papr thal just
uited you? The next tme you wait
iiaper ak your dealer or printer to
showv you tie Sxan Linen. You can
get it in light, iuedium or heavy
xeightst, ruled or unruled, xihrem-
velopes to match. You can get It ihr
sheets, xtO inches, so that when it is
folded it nmakes an elegant sheet of
note paper, which when folded agot,
xiii fit a square Swan Linen envelope.
This mares a handoma, and Inax-
pensive piece of stationery.

THE VICTOR TRADE MARK f
is an raslite 1guarantee at quailtyc
t oxsv iunrdaon any but the bsti
gooads.I
Victor Athletic Goodx rankrirrthi
Victor Bicycles, arid are htcominrg
mere popular eeery dary.
Full lire atfilaseball, Tesnnis, Feat-
bail, Gymasiumonsrd Athletic Pup-
pies.
Send forecacalogueatf Victor Atleltic
Goads,I
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Maketrs at Victor Bicycles.
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Near York. Chirago, De~nver.I
SalF raneioao, InnA rgeler, Portlandi
DITSONMUSC
"Six Love Songs,"
ny Frank N. Sawsyer. Translations at Sin
at He 'ine's tfist lley ris nescsiiiesaasicai
setings. Heavy Paper. 70 cents.
"'COLLEGE SONGS'"
Thexs.andrd hcoillection at Colege Songs.
Oe ',WsP~ old. Henvy Paper. 5D
cents, ClothGit. $1.G0.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only lach at the ksnd' uihelid.Thea
songs01frise leadinrgcdalnted tar nomen.
Heavy Paper. $1.00.
,IAY LIII 'IELW UTACHIM MUSIC,
Eightiy-tsno pieestarrlire collar team die
hessairces. A spleniddcollection. lHand-
ome Caser 50 cents.
Any boat stilt postaiad in receipt at price.
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THE GRAND OPERA.HOUSE,
SATUDAY, APRIL 27, 1895.
"Th Succei'ssct adramnatic generation."-
Need ViiiHerad.11.1 d ir AMsi. ilRNExa
Beatitul pla.i
SHORE ACREUS,.
Pr'ecsented witliei'riie new S'ci a (Surhn i
Sieaiiii1iE tfectsanad Properies.
Un dier theahireionIiiofi
HENRY O. MINOR.
ITS S5N'0ORI1 2.57 Nights isi New eYork.
City. 1r4 iglmr, ini 1;isitom.
Prices, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.
Rieserved seartsiiii sale'atWatt'ewelry
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBORh.
Oraized h863.
Capital, $100,0h00. Surplus and Profts, $40,000.
Trasacts a grntral bianking hiusiness.
Firlie shasiges hiligt ansrdad. Furnish
lettrs atcredit.
P. BACH 1ir e. 5S 1. CLARKSON, Cashier.
'To xrramnge for private or
lessamns its D'ncin'g, call at
Cranger's A.oa omy.
Office houi's 1ilo 1 snd 4 to S.
No shairs toi irount.
MRS. -ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Hranecing and Delsarte.
4aturda y. 10 a. m., 6 enlemanhbegi nn ereliass..
natsraay, 4Op.ni., Lady hegineraclass.
Modaay, 7:30 p. no., Advanced Class (Ladies'
ans Geailmenl.
Tuesduay, 730p. ni., aeginners Class (Ladies,
rUna berbenien).
Piviate lessons by apipoatment.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE ST
Lovell Diamond Cycles
Are unsurpaased toe
aEAUTY, SPEED) AND wGOiKM1ANSHIF..
bead allonwince mas~de ansneconid-
hiaaniweehs.
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HANOSTERFERI st

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