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June 15, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Dly (Sunday eceptd dunn
the College year, at
THE UNIERSITY OF MICHIGAN
oFF1c: Times bulldi N. Main st., oppoli
post office.
At thielast imeet~ig of lilt Daly
Itoasa for tleylpreset yeir G. B. Ilr
risoin, 't6 L, was A, ted bulsinss
inaiger for next year. L. R. 11011
bin, '9i6 L, was eced assitant bool
ness mainsager.
The aelection of E. V. Deans as cap~
lain of the basebaii team net ypear i
a popular one. Mr. Deans has show
lylils connetion wihi the teaiD dr
Ing tie- palst Isisyearsinot slyIa
be" is a ball player of exep'tinail abil
ity, but that lie is a gntleman ani
sllsortsmiiioilthefliIeldI as well. W
b~P. elellflr iiitiestyear Ie repel
of the Itans and tie onledence of tiie
entire niversity.
ALUMNI REUNION.
Members of Fifty Grduating
Cass Will Havo a Banqut.
The following ainonemeuent less
been handedet us by WiliaiiiJ. Suart
president of tie Altimniiilssoiatiill:
At thesmeeting of thie Alumni asso-
ciation i Jtiie of last y i, tie seni
imeatf was expressed tat there was 110
ileit v- cCfor bringing all 111 111ii-
tI-id of the Aimnnini assoiaia o-
gehier in a seperte, informa~l, soeil
gathelerig 111111that, sucebgathering
wa-a.i priencsty 10oissise to-
iseiselet aeek anl asiellctil 10ilie'
Alumnus returning to is la 111m aer
ater mnly years labsence, almost a
stmile r to all ablotit ii. In accord-
aicwithi this iiea Mbao NW. t. Itn-
sou, of t1he class lit '48, sggeted that1
this yeals'woldllbe thiiftiliehli 11-
versIy of the fist class that sas
gradlulated froml the 'University and!e
mlovedl 11101a1comitlit ebeapointdl
to prolvideI'for a jubitlee t. ebralois
and a gnelrll reusiions of all lielss-
es during oiimeieeiii illwe-Aitofthis
yer codnl oa nitcat Ann Arbor consisinlg of Prof. aid
Mrs. George 3enpi,, Prof. Cainii
'Thioias, Mer. J. Ii. eal. Spt. IV. S.
Perry, Mrs. lica. Sutderlaid, Ms.
(C. H. Cooley, Mirs. J. It. Miki y, Mirs.
F., N. Scott, Joepihi H. Drake, has
bsein appointed to make lrparations
for tile ocasion. It is poosd 10
provide a sniiier at a moierate ex-
pe ne to tead lfter tie usiis
iseet ing of the society late usthit
afternoon of Wednesday, .uie 21, t
soise sitable 1p1ac witee all ail as-
seinbte arond thie fesivei bonrd aid
reot il tesory froiis -15 10 'ti.T'i'l
various lacsswill be pov~ idewsit
selaral tables if I sir d and i is
lhsped that li classes liondiig reniss
will joiinii tub gu-'ia.tl banqullet il-
stead of holding separate class sp-
Let ti inak.' it a rouser. All gtraid-
crate, ladris and' enfnen are invited
ind Iliose .iitt. ding ts be reet are
respecslly reqnesed tI notiy Prof.
Geoge teinpi at Antn Anbur at oji-<e
fn brdleT that the comittes mAy
make atit. , pro aa toi
For sent-Site ofrios of at S.
12tH st.

Lewis Art Colction.
'ifThe Lessis art colectioti arrise.
Thunrsdaiy fromh Codwaaer and hasi
cbten storeidasway in varios ipaces
on he camipus, Slit greater isat in liht
oldl chapel room. Somintrobe has
e arseon over is.part of flit coletisil,
silt legite Of Dr. Lewis' estate ciani-
tie Itat the iaintiisswhici se Qiii
I the' house tnilnot isinthe -. galley
i.spoter aert not given to the tmniitr
os ily by the wii. The paiitings shus
ivi bi ack are worth ineasrly $;.0- )
I t is not thouht thai thare' sill is"
Sainy trouble in securing tieii for t
University, hiowever.
P. A. Deans, 'i) D, sas elected base-
h al captainillas igt.
Winiikle's last number, out yeslr-
ilday, is oe of lilt very best in its hils-
tory anii Plehaps the best of the ya.
tIt is a credit to the editorial oed
,- and to the University.
d NOTICE TO FIRATERINITIES.
e The desiralble dwelling at 47 S.
Fourth ave. is for sale ons very reason-
aeeable tems. It cotains all isoern
conveniences asd is first class in every
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call at 47 S. Fcurthi lie.
We have the celebraed Ssani Lisen
plltirandi enveloies to ihath.
GEORGtE WAtti.
To Reint.-FIor next year, liii lower
_osiory of fi' romls, archfiriished.
Inquire at 1 Willard S.
DITSON MUSIC.
"6Six Love Songs,"
1yFI+rnns . Sawyer. Trnsltos of Sin
of ileees Isess ltics i asie muscal
settings. Heavy Paper. 75 cnts.
"COLLEGE SONGS,"
The sadard collecion of College Soss.
Ove or0,0 sold. Heavy Paper, 50
cents; Cloth, Gilt. $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS"
Oly ot of the ied' pblshed. The
songs of the leading colleges for women.
Heavv Paper. $1i00.
uROYL C[ O[LCIJJ U ISIUM I.[ £-UII MUSIC
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