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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunday ecepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNVERSTYOF MIHIGAN.
OrFIC: Times building N. Blain t., oppsite
put office.
EDITORS.
J. . Lcttoy, 'S6; Managing Editor.
A. W. SITH, Special, Assistant.
W A. SPens, 'SI L, Assistant.
E. R. SNEANnDn, '96, Assistant.
H. COLEMAN, '5, Athletic Editor.
. B. HAunso, 'SO L, Business Manager.
L. R. HA~atn, .6 L. Assistant.
The last Issue of the Daly will be
June 2, she day after Commence-
ment. Subscribers who leave before
Commencement'smay have their
Paper mailed to their home address
without extra-chargew by leaving the
address with the business mahager.
New subscritions Cr local delvery
or maeied to.hosne address' until
June 2,;25 cents,
Thenoice hours of the buiess
managler are from 8s to 10 'a..:, 5
to ( and ยข7~to:. m. ,-daily.,
The. Dafly woult cll the atution
of the class of '5toIsouc tiing hichf
is of vitl <Ilportanice to tec Uiver
sity, thiough for years past it has
been neglected. Elct as ainisii secre-
tary arant who will act. The ofice
is an imiportant011e; isld tie duy of
keeping the memsbers of each class in
touch should lbe regarded as aa sacred
one. A lage share of the umuci talked
of alumni support which o umany of
the eastern collges receive can b?'
directly traced to the cfforts of class
alumni secretaries. 'Thle class of '9
should have a good live secretary.
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LAW NOTES.
With today's lecture Prof. Kfnowton
will conclude the subject of Baiisiento
and Carriers.
The. examination in Donestic Rela-
tious will not occur Saturday evet-
lug as posted.
The seniors will have a quiz and also
the sxanmintion in Federal Jurispru
deuce next week.
'There will1 be no quizes in Dorcas-
tic Itelations tins week, except the
special quiz at 10:30 Satrday morn.
lug.
Tine examination in. Bailmnents ant
Carriers will octur as follows: Wed.
nesday, Sec. 1, 1t0 to 11; Thursday,
See. 2, 9 to 10) and Se. 3, 10 to 11;
Friday. Se. 4 9 to 10, and Sec. 5,
10 to 1.
Iufttcuctor Dwyr xiii quiz tin' jun
itorn in Carries next week as follows:
Monday, Se. 1, frtmi 9 to 10; Sec. 2,
1.0 to 11. Tuesday, Sec. 3, l) to 10;
S. 4, 10 to 11; Wedesday, Sec. 5,
5 to io.
Prof. Griffin will deliver tie last
leetre in'Personi Property Monday.
The result of the examinatons in
Toils is posted. Thoe wiose names
io not appear on the list can leari
te reason of ittby seeing Istructor
1Iughes.
At a. nieting of 'the Forum last
Toendaiy afternoon the following otft.
cems were eected for the ensuing
year:' Mr. Ingraham, president; Mr.
Davis, vice president; Mr. E. L..
Thonson, secrenry, Mr. Linid, tres
urer, and Mr. Shannon critic.
LibraryAran gennta.
The library comnmittee have practi
caly decided -upoit the library force
for next year. Te general force will
ho ihe same s last year, Mir. C. H.
Covell retaining the west scrnina ry
for another year, whie Mr. J.1E. Ult.
ner will be transferred fromn the desk
below to the east seminary. The at-
tendantf to succeed Mr. L:auter will
be appointed at the next meeting.
Philosophical Socity.
There wili bo a nietIn of the Phil'
osophial'socity at 5 o'clock tonight
in Tappan Hull. Prof, B' A. Hins.
dIale wli lecture on "The Law of
Mentali Congrnity and EiOrgy applied
to semne Pedagogal Probemns."
U., OF M. CALENDAR.
Thurs.. June .-Faculty recital at
Frieze Memorial hal.
Fri., June ti--Final intercass
gaifde, between '90add 'P L.
St , June 8S.-'Vr itj vs D. A. C.,
athletic fild;3 30 p. mn
Tins., June 11-oplsomor-fresh
man fied.hday, 4 i. W.~
Fri., June 11.-Fresimman neglige'
party at G~ rangers aaltieiiy.
iht..Ju6nd1i.-'Varseity vs(,iesgd;
athleticfeld, 3:30 p ul.
TIfrLht' ABASIf ?T AIt$
Now enter'ar)4 leave tin.Nev' C ti.ul'
Stationant St:Louis ovr ihe Nw
Mechitts flkldgs, thery avidng
the, ie,' sihlbey dlsagroeahe rd
thrartgh the tunis en C

ATHLETIC GPS5
Are superior to any others. Thne
Victor League Ball and the Victor
Tennis Ball show the finest con-
struction and the greatest dura-
bility. There is hut one bet-
our trade-mark guarantees it.

,S en si ble
The society or o:
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stig.HayPaper, 75 uns.,
COLLEGE SONGS.
The standard collection of College' Songs.
Over 30,00 sold. Heavy Paper, hO
contst Cloth. Gilt. $1.00.
"COLLEOE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only boot. of.'the hind! published. The
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Heavv Paper. $1.00.
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