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June 11, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-06-11

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THE U. OF Al. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the Coleg ye, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
DeFICE: Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LEROY, '6, lianaging Editor
A. W. Sure, Spcial, Assistant.
W. A. Srsm, '50 L, Asitant.
E. It. SNEAsii.N, '6, Asisant.
H. COLEnA, 'S, Athletic Editor.
G. B. HA unISON, '1kL, Buines Manager
L. tR. IlauntEN, 'S L. Assistant.
Asociato Editors.
H. A. Dancer, 'S. E. L. Evans, '9 L.
L. A. Pratt, '16. Carrie V. Smith, 'S.
C. A. liougiton,'11 D. . A. leat, 't P.
]Minie Tiompon, '. H. . Gammon '8 M.
C. 1.Farrell, '8. 5,S. E.Knappen,'O.
J. S. Finlay, '98.
The last Issue of the Daily till be
June 28, the day after Commence-
ment. Subscribers who leave before
Comnmencemet may have heir
paper mulled to theirifhIome address
without extra charge by leaving tie
address with the business manger.
New subscriptons forlorat delivery
or mailed to home address until
June 28, 25 cents
The office hours of the business
manager are from 8 to 10 a. in., 5
to 6 and 7 to 9 p. im. daily.
The Daily will be istuedt three ays
a week from now until Cmmcice-
theit. Tuesiay, Tut'days anti Sat-
urdays. 'flis isthe first imo te
Daily hiti ever been publishedt after
the first week in June, ani it is te
ony collegedily in the conitry
which will be issued to the pd of
the' year.
Souvonir of thotUnivrsty.
Anmong the nuinerous Iublicatiss
couing out just nosw, one deerving of
especial noice is tie "Soveiir of the
University of Micigian," piublised by
Mtessrs. W. A. Mogk ani J. E. Frazer.
It aim ue publishers state to be "to
give Tt adeutae idea. of the begin-
ning, growth, history and present
status f ie University of Michigan.
The book, which is bound bsib in
paper and cloth, contais abut 100
pages. Aside from adverisemnets the
body of the book IS given uip to cuts
and articles descrptive of the CUnver-
sity. All the buildings on the campus,
Newbrry hal, the osevatory aid
hospitals ae represented by half.
tones. The opening article, "A His-
torical Retrospet," is contribtes by
President Angel. t is followed by
articles on their respective depart-
ments by Dens Dosge, Vagaui,
Knowlton, Prescott, Taft anti Gemu.
Prof. Stan,-y coitribstes a. reofl nl-
cent article on "Mtsic at the Univer-
sity," accliantiedl by aialf-tsine of
the Colunbian orga . Prof. Kelsey
writes of "Tfli Graduate School," D.
Fitzgerald of 'The Waternan Gym
nasium,"aid W. A. Gilhrist of "'ii
Students' Christian Assiciation."
There are scateredI throughout the
hook half-oues of Pres. Angell, the
Various deans, Prof. Kesey, Prof.
Stanley, views on. the campus, a,.ce-
ed'Lmasium class a~dthUiver-
sity is It aipeard nIS186.
The o iok m aks a very valubl

coes-: il of Aliia \Mat. c. anti wilt no Y
doubt mteet with a ready sale. Tlec
trice ts twseinty-fire cerils for the paper4
intd ffth- enits fur the cloil inDiding. #'
Anothor Scholarship Association.4 #
A schiolarshtip association wa .s foin-4 tt$AL
itd lit Grand tRapisil, Saturttay, on -hie' .
plan of the. Ditroil Nigh 'Schioel i4
Sc'holarshiip associatioin. it'. obet be-4
tng to assist grtaiuiates fiotihliie'ciy4
igh lischool to get tialleationl lt he'~B' ico
tile State University-. The iilnenoBal
the corporatioii is thirty 9years ad.iell .i Tennis B l
ienibers of the high School Altuiiii in superme to any other. None but the
assohitiit goti saindtig~ tit ~finest materials are used in its rsnsieae-
assocationin god stading nd a ltion, and players who use itare tontiau-
psersoins coiiiributing $50 oin $10 ani- 4 ally testifying to its superisrity. yt
4 Itis more resilient and more dueable ~
ittial lpaymnts005sitali - coissierc't(W than any oihee.'
tojenthers aofliii' associtation. T' rr*Victor Aihletic Goods alsways give's
' saisfaction.
ltter are to be ilesig-nated is "doni- 4
4 OVERrIAN WHEEL CO.
ors." 4w Makers of Victor Bicyales.
(*Baoon. iNeweYoek. Detroit Denver.
Kansas Club's First Moting. r4 PACIFIC COASsT:
4 toan Franctsco. Los Angeles. Portland.
The fiist annutil iteetiing of ille
Ktiiisas club was held at the htomteof Al. SarnIro ,Agentti 1 N.1ashisitto s xl
.Jtis~s tFarnswoirt, '9T, at 21 i\oiiroc
s., Satutrday- siing;. Ollicems for the DITSON " MU""C
pnuing year were electetd as follows: (

President, G. 1t. tiarrison, '96i L, vice
presideint, Miss Tertia. Fatrnswo'rlt.
'97; nee:rettiry ansitre asurer, Htiss
tOrletaaiFishier, li.The fPest iiiec-
log of the cluib itet 9year will b,
held ealy in October.
EVEtRY DAY
Excursions rates is the Virginilas anti
the Souillost are iii effect upon the
Ohio Central lines; through trains
daily between Toledo, and Charleston,
W. Va., via Cotimbus. This is the
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By Frank E. Sawyer. Translationn og Sin
of Heise's finest lyrics ini exqsisite musical
nettings. Hoavy Paper. T5 conts.
"'COLLEGE SONGS"
The standard coleetian og College Songs.
Over 30000 sold. Hoav y Papor, 500
conts; Cloth. Gilt. $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS."
Only hostk of 'the tied' publinhed. The
sngiis of te leadiing ciolleges foe wnmen.
Heavv Papor. $1.00.
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This space is reserved
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House.
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Capitai, $100,t0i. Surplus and Proits, $d0,t00.
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Foex changes hought and sold. LFurnish,
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Advanmced class is dancing for ladies and
genlmttnen at Gransgr's Academy
SATURDAY EVENINGS!"
to Juse 2id. Cards of admission can be
procured torecach evening or series. Pi-
vate lessons sn waitzanmd '"is-Step" a
opeetaity. Dilice: Grsund filic, 069May-
sued St.
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School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, 10 a. m., Gentleman beginners class
Saturday. 4Op. in., Lady beginners class.
Mdonday i.'d0 p. in., Advanced Class (Ladles'
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Tuenday 7:30 p. in., Beginners Clans (Ladles.
and entlemen).
Privaueclesons iiy appointment.
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at
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