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THEm U. OF M. DATLY.

Published Daily (Sunda excepted) daring
the Colle.,6 year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIIGAN.
OFrime Times buil1ding N. Mdainst., opposite'
post office.
E D lQR RB.
J. A. LERoY, '46, Managing Editor.
G. B. HAInSOX, '96IL, Assistant
A. W. SMITH, Special, Assistant.
W. A. PenA, '06 L, Assistant.
iH. COLnuMs, '17, Athletic Editor.
J. S. PEARL, '95 L, Basiness Mlanager.
Associate Editors.
H. A. Dancer, '9.5. .E. L. Evans, '95 L.
E. R. Sonderland, '111. Carrie V. Smith, 'SI.
L. A. Pratt, '96. L. R. Hiamblen, 'O L.
C. A. H~oughton, 'SI D. G. A. Heath, '91 P.
Minnie Thompson. '57. HI. B. Gammon '9S ft.
C. H. tFarell, '9S. S. E. Knappen, 'OS.
J. S. Finlay, '98.
Subscription pri :e PS 5'er yearS, invariably
in ads'ance. Sisgle copies' Scents. Iuscrip-
tions may be left at the officp of .the IOAt.r,
at Stofflet's, at-Witlan sat.' news stand, with
any of the editors or authorized olicitors
Communicatiossahoald reach) the office by
7 o'clock p. m: if they are to appear the nett
day. Address all matter intended for puhli-
cations to the Otasaging Editor.. All business
communications should he sent to the Busi-
ness Olanager.
THE U. OF M~. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
"COLLEGE STORIES,"
Judgo Cheever Plakos.a 'iappy Col-
lection Of U. of M. Reminiscences.
A book has just becn issuicd by the
Register Publishing Co. wvhich will tu
of great initerest to all Michigan stu-
dents and aissnii. It is a coleion
of "stories and amusling in-cidents of,
the University of Mtichlgan" coimpiled
lay Judge Ciaeevor, of this city. Mainy
stories are told of the class of '61i, and
other war-tinie elasses, aind some of
later tines. The. -stories .are gioupt-d
together under the naisies of the lire.
fessors hy whin..they: were told or
to whomn lbhey apply. Dr. Willianis,
otir first pi'ofesser 'of ,tameiaiics,
has the largest share., He was a muan
sintrersaily liked by the studeiits both
for his kindness and his keen wit. On,
one occasionr his students reanlagd .to.
get a donkey up into his roomu which

dent'snmade possible by guarding the
churcn ashieca lie spoake, ithlihick'
ory clubs. Tile hook contains 6)8 pages
aiid is illustrated with pictures of
the University and professors.
S. C. A. Sung Service.
Next Suiiday -afternoon at 4 o'clock
1(he S. C. A. male chorus of slab ii
voices will give: a song service in New.
berry_ hail. Mr. Ftliternian, tenor,
aind Mr. Beadinger, baritone, ill
assist. The program is as follows:
I cainiot ohsways tract_ the wisy Dow
Sentence.-Ileaveniy ttatlir.- eetieveti
Lift tuine eyes-f roe Elijah-...
Mendessohn
Solo-Israfaci ........ Oliver King
Mi'. Bendinger.
We piraise thee, 0 God (To Denin
Landainus) ...................tDow
Mar. Flinterm-ni anti Chorlis.
Father in Heavens'............ Dow
Mr. Buridick and Chorus.
Intermiezzo fiom Caivalle ia blIush~-
elti................. RMasagr i
(For Violin, Piano and Organ.)
Leaid, Kindly Lighil...... Dudliey Buck
Solo ... ... ... . . . . . . . . .
Mte. Flinterniasi.
Reemmernaenoss'thyPCi-liter-..tD)wT
Jehlovahi, great. Jehosva-from 'fhe
Magic Flute.. ............. Mozart
Mr. Bemidinge r anil Chocus.
The dos'e let loose iii east:eta skies..
Witt
Nearer My (God, to Thiei'...
(Arranged foi' ilic oes.)
BICYCLES I BICYCLES T
GIVEN AWAY !
If you wvish to buy a Bicycle at $10
to. $40 discount from regular lies
comniaid see us.
We caii sell you Motiairchis, Snalllls,
Raleighas,' Wauesicks, Aciels, Uiiionis,
Lindsays, Marcus, ''ribunies and near-
lyn any mlake on the uiarket at re-
duced prices.
Also a full line of ladies' whveaels.
Ladies, send us 'a postal and we wiill
call.
WIe have madte arrangeanents to see
purchasers at the Daily office any
night for liar next twvo weeks frotal 6:30
to S o'clock.
THE CUT HATE CYCLE CO.,
U:. of IH. Daily Office:.
Subscribe fear the Daily.

Th i t LegeBl
_14 ismdco hefnetmlralsadwil'
Th VictortLeacgoodsall
(Wae favoritcs amongithe athletes,'ad the
Vactor trade-math as a guarantee of the#
,~finest quality.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
r> Mahers at Victor Bicycles,. '
B5oton. Norkh. DOtroit.Dner.a
Sa I nc sto. tos Ageles. Portanod.
l. STAEOLLt AgentIS1'iNV.5Washnstona 't
DITSON MUSIC.
"Sax Love Songs,"
ny Franh E. Sawyer. Traanslaataons of Sax
of Heita's fiest lyers int es sisitensusical
settitigs. H-eavy Paper,.7V cents.
COLLEGE SONGS."
The stanodard collection of College Pans.I
Over 30o,000Sold. Heavy Paper.'g
cents, Cloth. Gilt. $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only boot of- the hind' published. The
songs of the leaditng colleges for women.
Heasy Paper. $1.00,
oAO'tL CO[L[CION INSIUENTIAL CITIAd W.Ri l
Eighty-two pieces for the guitar from the
beat sources. A spleandid collection. Hand-
ome Cover. BO conts.
Any hook sent postpaid on receipt of price.
OLIVER DITSOC.N CO.,
453-463 'SFsiatgton St., Bnutnn.
C. H. Dtson & Ca. N Y.
~THE ANN. ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ann Arbor, Mich. Caspital Stoch, 150,0.
Surplus, $150,000.
Orgaaized ouaderthe Generial'Bash ing*Laws
of tis Stale. iteceives deposits, bsys aad
sells eschaage on the prntcipal cities of the
United States. Draifts cashaed aponmaproper
dentificationa. Solely deposit hoses to rent.
OFFRtS: tQaristian iMasck, lees.; W. 0.
lartiesaa, Vica--Prs .;tbha. . iseoch,
Cashier: M J. Fitz Assistant Cashier.
'WM. R_ DTJLXJ
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Conner of State ad William sta.,
Willatoost.eetrance.

PNEUMATIC BICYCLE SADDLES,

"the Perfect" Isflatable Saddle, prevents;
Chafing, Nsmbness and Saddle Soreness. The,
Cheapest, Easiest Hiding Saddle in the World..
Poe Men. Women and Children. Circulars,
Free. Address,
PNEUMATIC SADDLE CO.,
107 CliaanbesSt., Sfex,'York.
THE. GRAND OPERA HOUSE,.
SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1895.
H1ezbez't + Cawthon
COMPANY OF COMEDIANS,
Uunder the masnacement of 1t. S. Mitchell
in the ness farce comedy.
A CORK MAN."
Tharee Ilearty Laughs. Each one
housr lonag.
Prices, - - 35c, 50c, 75c.
iteserved seats on sale at Wcatts'Jewelry
Store.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.-
OF ANN ARBOR,
Orgaoiaed 1003.
Capital, $100,0t0. Ssrpls and Profits, N0S,000.
Transacts a general banhing businems.
Foreign, exchanges bosght anedmsid. -Furnish,
letters of credit.
P. BACKPrens. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
To arrange fee private or
SPI3CIAL CLA SS,
lessotns in Dancing, call at
Granger's .Aoaden~y..
Office hours 111to 1 and 4 to S.
No stairs to inount.
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Danacing and Delsarte.
samrday, 10 a:m., Gentleman beginners class.
Saturday, 4 "n., Lady beginners class.
Mondlay, 7:3s p. in., Advanced Ciass (Ladies'
andGenotlemen).
Tuesday, 7:Ws p. na., Beginners Clsn (Ladies
uaa entlemen).
Private leasons by appontment.
SCHOOL 46, S. STrATE ST
THE
Lovell Diamond Cycles
Are unsurpassed for
BEAUTY, SP'EED AND WORtKMANSBIP,
Good allotnceomaeon s ed-
iasnd wheel*
GEO. FISHER. Agent, 5E.Univ. Av
HANOSTERFERI CATERER,
2KE.Was ing-

was on the fourth floor of .thI south - -

wying. They tied it to "the desk, Put-
tiag,51some hay, before it to keep it
tik, mnd then took; their seats and
awaited the arrival of thec doctor. Ho
finally caine ini with his usual bland
smile, and appreciated the situation
i nmediatly. "Well, young genitlemhen*,"
lie sanid in laisniost deliberate way,
"I am 'extremely delighted this morn-
ing to see that you have chosen one
of your own number to preside, and
consequently do not need me. You
msay take the next fourteen proposi-
tions toe tomorrow," and he turned
and went delia the stairway.' 'The
students worked half a day to get
the doankey down amid mnerly all nigh~t
to get their lesson for the next day.,
Besid's Dr. W ilhiame, stories are
told of Dr. Tappan, Peef A. D. White,
Prof. 'Winchel, JudgeOtifibeil, oaid
svk al other professoe nd promin-
ent studens.Esp5 cj03y iteresting is
th accuo tOheanti-slaveryhectore

FR YOUR OUTING 00 TO PICTURESQUE
JIfIOGCKIi ION.
ONE THOUSAND MILES OF LAKE RIDE
AT SMALL EXPENSE.
Vinit this Hlistorical Inland, which is the
grandest summer resort on the Great
Lakes. It only costn about $111 from
Detroit; $15 from Toledo ; $18 from
Cleveland, for thn round trip, includinig
meals and berths. Avoid the heat and
dust by traveling on the D. & C. floating
paliicea. The attraction of a trip to the
flackinac region are unsurpassed. The
island itnelf in a grand romantic npot, its
climate most invigorating. Two nesv
steel passenger steamern have just been
built for the upper lake route, costing
$100,000 each. They, sin equipped with
every modern convenience, annunciatars,
bathsraoms, etc., illuminated throughout
by electricity, and are guaranteed to ha
tie grsndest, largest and safent steanmers
on i reub water. These steamers favorably
compare with the great ocean liners in con-
struction and speed. Four tripspear week

IT'S HARD TO DO WITHOUT elnoraefsin~asrwenaennenrf
CEO. S. PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN.
Yourasrler isikelyrto havesthemtfth asnat, wrieustanelmtsend roe san infoatanan owsnt a5'
sur hamdsan ilasntrmned canslogu e. on PAR>tSKRPlfaN COMP'AFY, Jaustanlte, 15'
SHEEHAN & CO. Exclusive Agetnts for Ann Arbor.

rH
B -F.Co' P F m A

0,O FISK &GCO,
1,000
POSITIONS FILLED,
IN 1t 14.
Send' for Agency.
Mhanual.
Boston New Yerlt
Chicago Len Angeles
Toronto Wasitngto-O

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