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June 13, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-06-13

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

gr' (3,(, f. and B. Clubs Elect Officers.
V'+ J"The Glee and Banjo club met last
night in room 24 for the election of
Pub lished Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the oiegs year, at oicrs for next year. The following
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN choice was in1ad: c. H. Morse, '91
OFriCE: Times building N. M'ain nt., oppouiteprsen;FItWado,'lmi-
pot office. ager; Harry W. Stanart, '9, scre-
ary; W. A. Starret, '97, lede of
EDITORS. banjo club. 'Thie lection of a 1leader
J. A. LEROY, 'Oi, Managing Editor.
A. W. SMITH, Special, Astnt. for th glee club was postponed until
I. A. IruL, '00 L, Asstnt. tie next neting, which will be held
E. R. SNDERLnAND, 'Oi, Asistant
H. COLaMAn, '5, Athletic Editor. tbi week sometime. Th executive
G. B. HARnRISON, 'OI L, Buninesn Manager, commiittee will conit of the leaders
L. R. HAMsLEN, 1'OIL. Astant.
AsnolateEditrs, of boh club, the manager, and a
H. A. Dancer, '95. E. L. Evn,'95 L. memlber of each club to b apponed
L. A. Pratt, '1. Carrie V. Smith, 'S6. by the manager. A voe of thanks
C. A. Iloughton, '01 D. G. A. eath, 'It P. was taken for Prof. A. A. Stanley,
Minnie Thompson, '7. H. B. Gammon '080.
C. H. arrell, '0. . E. Knappen,'98. atd an aplropriate peslt ws given
J. S. Finlay, '0. hm in aplreciationl of his sevle"s
in behalf of the club. A trip will le
The last issue f the Daily will be taken to the south next yar, wih
June 28, nbe day ater Commence- New Orlais as one of the points to
wen. Subscribers who leave beforebeistd Tl'cubvii0dIili'
Cmmencement may have - herbevstd.heluisigodSa-
Cpaper mailed tn their home address cial condition this year, owig grealy
without extra cb,re by leaving nie to thie= etficient mlang , trank P.
address with the business manager. Graves.
New subscriptios afr loral delvery
or maied o heme address until JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE.
June 28, 25 cents, To the Interchangeable Mlileage
The office hours of the businesstiktsue byhotioCnra
manager are from 8 o 10 a. i., 5
tn 6 and 7 to 9 p. mn. daily. Lines, already the best in the market,
_________________________has been added the entire B. & .
New Athletic An'n Officers, system west of Pittburgh, including
_______tle Pittsburgh & Wetern ltilroad,
The new officers of the Athletic as- making it incomparably thio best mile-
sociatiols for next year with the ex- age ticket issed by aiylie. If you
want a ticket that incldes the B.
coltion of baseball manager, 'ere & 0. system as well as Big Four, such
elected last night by the board of tickets are issued by Ohio Central
directors: It.t. Bourlaiid, '97, wos Agents only.
re-electeed as manager of thie:trck aken froim rooii 23 17. H. a valuatle
athletics; J. D. Richlartds, '911 1, as silk ubrell with siler tipled bowi
assistant football ilaiager; E. B. wood handle. Please reurn to same
Caulkins, 13, as tennis ilanager, and( room.
W. W. Hughes, '98, treasuier in plae am a
of W. C. Fritze, who resigned owinga°
to the fact that lie will nt rturn llxt F" '~~u
fal. Nva °
It was decided to have an auditing1
comititee of three henceforth, whoa
shall mleet each week and personally nnn. noa0-
inspect all till'bills of tie various o u oca0 dx a 0
athletic managers. FIsU a
Manager Weeks announed that n10 -- -- - s 0-
passes will be honored at tie gate for a a a n a- 5o
Saturday's ganei ith Cicago ex ,, ~ a~
celpt for those aculally reportinghi. ;' a N d
Anyone who has, after the Chicago _ a
ganme, oneunplunelhed nubr 0onhi Z ap, e of
season ticket can ge twenty-five ces a a
back on applicationt Treasurer Frtze NZ5p 5-4,o
wilt eal the box office in tile Main H ; g5
hall Monday from 10 to 11 . 10. for w
this purpose. Fews will probably avail a a Ra N
themsselves of it, however. wtioe,0 o cx600 0 o p^ R'I.
Wrinkle Out Tomorrow. ~ a oO ua. w s sN Qo+
- - 0
Wrinkle will. be out Friday. It will M - a a l g w
bee the Connleo us. t uuiter and m ' a ° Wes, a 2 c
the las of the year. \Vag;ner will do c° ' CS-h ,n ad
lbs cover and all the Dold utitsw oill ~a'
the nuniberwill remalin b nisitepan aaaana NB0
in -size, a pag eand a half, leretofoc +u r " x - so e
unused, will the used in this ediion, .5 0
moling eleven and a half pages of a A
eading umatter. the price will re- p 'D- .
msain at the old fgure, en cents, while n zl2
thers will tbe as miuchi printed Matter c"4 e0- 0.5 0-A1-0- 4
as in the usual twny -page spccij -q ntAix aam
numberHm

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but -
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Advncned class in dancing for ladles and
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ewomen SATURDAY EVEN INGS~
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