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May 24, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF lvl. DAILY.

Published Daly (Sunday excepted) during
- he Colleg year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Grm: Times bulding N. Main t., opposite
post offie.
EDITORS.
J. A. LEROY, '6, Mlanaging Editor.
A. XW. SMTH, Special, Assistant..
W. A. SrLL, 'SO L, Assistant.
E. I. SsNELAN, '6, Assistant.
. CoLeAna, '7, Athletic Editor.
G. i. HAnRION, '10 L, Business Manager.
1S. PEARL, '95 L, Assist nt
L. R. HAssLEN, 9aL. Assistant.
.Aociate Editor.
H. A. Dancer, '5. E. L. Evans,'5 L
L. A. Pratt, '.- Carrie V. Smith, '5.
C. A. Hougihtou, '00 D. G. A. Heath, '6 P.
Minnie Thompson,'7. i. B. Gammon 'S8OM.
C.: H. Farrell, '0, . E. nappen,55.
JS.Finlay, 'S.
98 Turns '97 Down.
Nincty-eigtt oigaliced its freohmini
yer by a Xictoy over th sopomorco
yosterdaiy afternoon iitiic inter-ciasa
series. The score at the entd stood
iii to 9i in favor of te fresmin. Er-
rors we-e icitlnliousliikewie' the hitis.
hPiowevevr, iid decidedly tiic bct
of it aii tirongh, taking the ial at
tse start- and kcepig it safely
tiiroughot tie game. Tie batris
wre Kettiestringsand Gats foi '97
ansd Lazcnby and Heainso and Ca-
kidns for '98. Cakins startd to caci
iii the fifth, but gave way to Ilcases
again on account of a smahd thn.b.
There are nosy two 1m0r15gais
lft in theiiterclas series to be
played the first XXwei in ue. Tie
first is betwveen '9 and 'PS and tiie
Second between tiio winners of that
game aiad tho '9 awv team.
Unveiing Exercisen Today.
The bust of Hioi. ThomaALS Coiey
-wil be preseiited to the University
by tlie seiior awv clamstis aternon.
Th le folowing is te programi of th
dedicatory xerciss, Xhici Xwil begin
at 4 o'clock:
T. Organ . . ..-------------Prof. Stanley
2. UsaVeiiisg . . . . ..----------------
3. Addrecssnbehaf of te ass_-...tJ. Barr
. Address onssbehaf of te law faclty...
.......-----Deasn J C. Kowtoss
. Remars--------------.residert Angei
6. Address.....................--
m. B. ioesbloser, of the N.';. Bar
7. Music. . ..----""-----Prof. Stanley
8. Address...........C_----ov. Join T. Rich
. Mlusic..................Di---- GlesCl
Chi Psi Conyntion
The Cii Psi clans are gathering fo
a great celebration of te fiftietii an-
ivessy of the ocal chapter here to-
mnorr'ow ,eveninag Arraugeoenlo are
being made foi~ais elaborate -olebra-
tioi, antin my mneobers of thesitp-
ter will atteind from abroad, ianog
them pronint mesl.
A Crowd for.Chicago.
An attempt is beingr made o ot tp
a good party to o to Chiicago for the
game XwitiCiicago University Satur-
day,,,afternoon. If ifty 0111will..
rate of $5 for the trip will te nmae.
If teo" or more g, tfa vLe will be
Dr. Prescott will quiz thdelas In
organllic emistry Monday opt mono-
}basic acids. .,

. OF M. CALENDAR.
Fri., -ay 24.-Sophomore party at
Grangers
Fri., May 24.-Presentation of te
Cooley bst by senior lawv claws.
Frt., Say 31.-The ast Chorl Union
sociai of the season.
Fri, May 31-Webster-Adelphi de-
bate, law lecture room, S p. m.
Sat., June 1.-Western. Intercollegi-
ate championships, Chicago.
W~ed., Juno 5.-Dual -filidcay, Cal-
ifornia vs. Miciigan, athletic field.
Thurs., June t.-Faculy recital at
Frieze Meiorial hall.
Sat., June .-Varsity vs. Beloi,
athletic field, 3:330 p. m.
Tues., Juine 11.-Sophiomiore-fresh-
man field day, 4 p. mn.
Sat., Jnne 15.-'Varsity vs. Ciicago,
athletic fild, 3:30 p. mn.
NOTICE TO FRtATERNITIES.
That very desirable, modern brick
isouse at 47 S. Forth ave., co. of
William t., is for sale or to rent on
very reasonable terms, either furnish
ed or nnfunissied. It is first class
in every respect, and cntains al
imodern imnpovements. For terms call
at 47 S. Fonrtih ave.
NOTICE Tt) TENNIS PLAYEIRS.
All members of the Athletic asso-
ciation desiring to use te tennis
cors mst procure badges of te
tennis conmittee. Tiic badges cats
be procred by preseiting atiltici
nemnbership tickets to aly of tise
foilowingl persons: E. . Cakins,
Tennis Manager, tat U Hense; H. C.
Fritz, 27 E. Liberty t.; Ilsadore THil;
Wi. . Hugihes, Phi Kappa Psi
Honse.
STAMIP COLLECTIONS.
We want to buy stamp colection
and will pay cash for the same on
receipt if price asked Is saisfactory.
Csollectins should be sent by regis-
tered mail or express with letter nam-
ing price under separate cover. W
send superior approval shots to re-
sponsible parie.
W. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
Kalamazoo, SMich.
WXANTED.
Someone to purchlase shar in ten-
iis court. Terms reasnabie. Lease
lasts tihrougisout colege course. Caii
at 20 S. University ave.
LOST.
Between Ingaiis and Packard on
Mtoiiroe, a small black eather and sik
iaindbag and contents. The finder
wiii cofer a favor by retuining the
satne to No. 43 Packard t.' 171
A iady of experience desires to act
as matron of a society house for timo
coming year. References can be
givenf if desited Inquie' at -Daiy
office 170
Sensible
The society or organization
wich has its
PROGRAMS.
MENU CARDS.
ETC.,
Printed at the

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