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THE 1. o0k:m. )AIA.-

fTHREE YaAR$ OP L6AW.:,
New Course Ges nto ffet Next
s ept T bb r.
Thce, funounei meit of Thle haw d-
partuient for net year, .whleh will
hia issued in a few dlays, willbe c-
celved with -especial interest becuisc
of the inception of. the thr ee, years
course next fall..; The _reruirentents
for admsion hae en changed
soewhat and In 187 additional r-
cuiremients will go Into olect which
will raise the standard apprecialy.
There will e five cls s of students
In the law department next year, a-
cording to the' new arrangement. They
will lee lnown as first. Year students,
second year studnts third year stu-
dents~,grduatesond special students.
Alplcants for entrance to te first
year class must be at least eiglne
years_ of?age, special stsdents andl
scond year men must -be at least
nineteen, and graduate students mu11st
hie at lest twenty years ortage upon
aditssion.
Tlhex applicants if candidates for a
d togrsutstake exaninaton in te
ftioiiotf branches, uless exenptas
hiertofore y beng ;a graduate of a
university,' college or high school, or
Iavig hecn anaticlte of 'auni-
vet-stty or college: Arithmetic, ge-
graphy, gramma, sot'tlhg, te art Of
comp~osition, United States ,and Eg-
lsh histry.
n Septmher, 1897, he etrance ex-
attinationsswiii e made more severe,
etnracing te following sujcts:
English literature, algra anlpaio
geonmetry, United Skites and English
histry, civil government, and English
latngtnage compositio and rhetoric.
Tim atoption of te heryears'
course net fatll of osts e xvwiii nt't
affect te meiessott e class of
'9, who 'ill b g raduted next tml
ast he last class msdert lttwo yers'
systen.Te conditons as to "one
year smen will,resnialit s us retofore.
as 'rgards entrane' evt'full. ' to 1800
attorneys c axxts cd stdemts wxho
hax-e attenodedtasother lawy school for
otto year wiii e admttted to the see-
outS year clas xvtim. exatiatin.
Stounts ,who have comtpeted two
years work in ainy appoved laxx
school, xhether or not they have re-
ceived a degree for their work, wiii
let'admtitteud to te thiS year class.
Aftet next falite graduate eoutw'
xilSe open otly to aiplicats xvhool
have completed texork of a tiree
years' course.
Prof. Hiarry B. Hluteiins, wvho as-
sutmes the 'duties of dlean of the lttx
school next fall is in te city attend-
Ing tecontnenensuent exercses, te
guest of, President Agell
JUST A MQMENT, PLEASE.
Tho progressive antS aggressive rail-
way in the line of *rIterhngeahio
M1ilage is te Ohio C'3itra.,Amon
the first to issue tis ook It as al-
xays een te eader. t now pu-
fishes 67 distinct sytetms of transp r-
ltion. Separatd ltso diisioal lines
as is done by snoty,.it has 1! 3 trans-
portation lines represented.' A full
list xiii emailed upon applicatione to
any agent of te Ohio Cetallhei.
MOUL.TON H9UJ. G. P. A.,
Toledo, _Ohio.
Theo D, &C. ewv steamers are now
ruanntg four trips per week ,))twen
'foledo, Detroit and yltackiaw. Send
for their illusratd pamplets, Mi1d-
untner oyaes to Macrknac. Ad-
dress A. A. Schat, . P. A, , Stroit

UNT LBCOURSE. New " Yensi Die
Twenty Letures Vand Entertain -
Uxity 'Cluh' has he'en at wet-k for Ct thee="m Tie society or on
Iatst monthi on its proertin for atext 'ap which has its
year. St-xiiiasin offer a course of -0
twventy- lectures and 'other entertain c0 PR OGRAMIS
Inuets. The attractions xiii he a 5c5 M BN C R
good as any offered in the past. Pres. a
out prohabilities are that the courseQB/'0
xiil Include lectures&flyRev.- M. J.
Savage, of Boso n, Dr. E. L.' Rexford, Z Printed at the
of Boston, -tRev. John Snyder, of St.
Ltouis, Janses 1Kay Applehee, of Beo- ' j " S' 0 fjO
tonr (tisreenexv Slekespeas I lc tures)TE, H WK-YEJR.
((.L .Brockxway, of EFiti.t ."K HA NEY 9JR
(otiperintendent of teEeforttatory Wilt accommotdate tieftnorti es. and i lotaded WE CAN, SUIT Y(
Prisiont), Mrs. Helen14. tGardenter, t. asC atouneaded is boad laylight. GlttootPlates
eminent novelist, Rtev. AV'. W. F ntn, cens be coed withteat asy extras attachments.
of Chicago, Prof. J. W. Lttitghey, ot PRICE, $9
Chlx-elaind, Rev. Steed Sttttrt, of iDc-
creit, fi nely llusttect eut'SyIsnding Snligt F ilm feci2expsusres.
iz ~ttb ,Sjetrev s L.y Msevell leste, fn De~lti tT. Senod for Cataletue describitng all kinds o c"ciea n Acsois
itrofessors, a CGertmattiHeine Evostitog. The Blair Camera CO., 7'
sit Irish 'Titu More' Exeiitg, pitoipo
to Soteit Sir Walter Scott Eve titog.a ~ 0Teass 0,Bsei as
Cirtosd Armsy Evetnitg, a Drtotooalie is ithe LASING SCHOOL OF SIISINE
Evettin,-. and txveo Musical Evettitigs. a m m i~ hIW N ANDI. Magnificnst buiding; tent
COMMUNICATION. Clia11I il i pplied rending rnom; doily lent':
WIW UKEI 3111 rosg recepionst;open die entire
Tlnfacitlities fir placing stndent
Editors of te I . of -M. Doily: tordasd romm82ntin$2.75 pernn
T. & 0. C. Ry. K. &NM. Ry. amities. These raes reluned tn
In h elodilf, not only of myself, lout kictins. Fnn Catloigue address
mtarry othters, I respectfulily ask stc Solid thrreugh tCains betweenToleds, Ohio - " R:Cl
anid Chtorleotto, tV. Va. via tetlutbus,tte
for ti word of regret antd pretest r ' short atid otly direct route. FIRST NATIONAL
gortilgthe introductietn of smooking, nETWEEN
at te otlierxvise successful anti ad- Toledo, 0. OF ANN ARBOR.
itirahie alutetni hbtnquet of yesteirday. Fn Y,0.Ognsdai

fice.
Jul
ESS andSHORI
tenchers; tars,
tures; tSatnrdal
'nyear,. Eznep
is in positions
wek in priva
>si.5n by sell
'O ARY, Pees,
IBA.NK.

The cigars xvere cer'tainly a surprise
to niany, and turned xvhat would
otiherwvise lhave heen a nst delight-
ful occasio to all, into one of unt
tiecessary:oisomfort to tnt a fewx met:
intl still me 'omoen. 'fo he stume,
bo'foretie stitcing-lbegtont{butt,e
betfoeote cigatrs xxere piatssediareotund}
the P'residenit~ihalf apologizeod;tonsl
oaiS that., if anty ooies 5r.semt oh-
jectod'to mioing thety xxould pllt so'
rise tori let i ito'elknoxwn. Buot ido
this help imatters?. Diii.toe for.otatote
vonto suppiose.IliaCtitunter stict circumot
stost-es anmy laity xwold ittake lorsr'if
tonspeicous hy nising, no itittter htoxx
disatgroeeahle or sickesitig totoacco;
Smtoke night ho' to tier. 'ThusgClie
ladies present, as xxeii as Chit'nsm.ts
smookingsegun; xx'eo'simp~lycoosmpelleot
either to endture'Shoe smokinigon leavxo
Ciii room. Wats this cossrocouostr
proper treatmseistin a mneetig xviir'
t.i have equal rights?
Is It oaidS thai sttokinsg is customosary
tt suchm batnquets? 'iheo'witer of tis
tx-C pi-esemitnotlontg ago at.ot lumto-
nS hanouet or onr of te largest ussi-
xersities of te cotuntry, andetino-
ly smoking xvts not introduceol hre.
C do not believe it is. custonmary at
tiaumni bansqust genterally, at 1bmst
xvhere laties are presentt. ButC if it
is, then so much texworse for lt'e
custom. A practice'wxhlichsso x'iolate's
time fusndlamesntlt -courtesies of lift'
sishold he reformsedl whsierevr it ox-
sts, antd certaintly shtould not lie its-
trodusedtxwhere' itdoers scot oxist.
Least of all, loes Itoct'em in ulacerat
iA great co-edivathoital unsix-ersity, like'
outrs, M3ASl'F:tt COF"ARTS.
COMMENC'EMENT CAL0ENDARt.
Thlitri., Juno 27.-Fifty-first annual
comnnxricenent; 1) a. so., sprocession
forms at law huildisng. 10 a. so., rem-
mencemenot exercises, University Hail
Oration fly.Janmes B. Canfild, LL. D.
]For Sale Cheap-Englisht Setter Pup-
pies. Standard bred. By Duke of
York 33550 and Sciato Girl 17746.
Inquire at 34, Packard'it.,- Ann Aro.

Columbus, 0.
Athens, 0.
Khiddleport, 0.
Pomcery, 0.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmcond, Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Williamsburg, Va.
Newport News, Va.
i Norfolk, Va.
And nit soutiteasternt points. Elegant
drawingroocars ott til trsouoghttrainso.
_ er furtther inormtation call ott your teenS
TicketAgretCor write,
ShOSLTON PHOUK, Centl Cuss. Agt.
Toledo, 0.
w. A. PETERS, Michtigansoos. AgetC,
Dietro irtsc.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladies' and Gets' Clothoing Cleaned
or tDyed.
3 W. HURON ST.. ANN ARBOR..
WIPE.:R.. : U Tl I --,
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Corner of State aoodotilliarn stn.,
Wilisto. ontrooste.
Do you xxant boarders? It so, ud-
ivertIse- youtr hoard in the Daily.

napstam,$,000n. eurplus ann cresits, X4s,0n0
Transacts, a generat basking business.
Foreign exchanges bought andnsd d. Furnish
intes ngcredit.
P. BSACHtPrens. S. w. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR AVINGS BANK
Ann Arbor, Mich. Coaptal sleek, $5ti000.
Sorplas, $154,000.
Organised under teseratnanking Laws
of thinsState. Receives depoesits, buys and
sells exchanges en the principul ctties of the
United Staten. tDrarts cashed upon prope
idenotifiction. Safety deposit bones to rent.
OFICERS't Christian Back, Prne.t W. 0.
ia,'riman, Vice-hens.; Chine. E. hicock,
Ca sthiter 1 1'Fits Asxitat nCashier.
P lain lotyps
The latent thing In PiIOTOORAPEY
at.
S E. Ruron st. Speeni Rates to Senmlors.
PmRCHANT TAILORI-NOG
Cleaning, Pressing and-Repairing.
dne neatly by
XUG. SCHOENEWAL),,28-E. Washington
EXCE1LSIOR + LAUNDRY!I
25 EAST HURON STREET.
Good Work GOnarasteed. IGnods nailed for
and delivered. A. V. ItSVEKT. keep..
iiiSERER iil2rnnCTERER,-

IT'S HARD TO DO WITHOUT ont etrful sbslarFeed-dkepbeell
CEO. S. (PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN.'
You arsikeltteyto hav the, it esna't,,nw'ite no endowe'll send ryou she informaetonyenwnt ad
onr handseome iltradcast aloetefree. PARSKERI E t03ti'ANt, JsesvlleWI&
SHEEHAN& CO. Exclusive Agents for; Ann Arbor.
The Fisk Teachers' Agency
EVERETT 0. FISK & cO.,

355 Wabash Ave.,

Chicago, Illinois.

Ashoburton Place, 70 Fifth Avenue, 803 Twelfth Street, &1% Wabash Avenue
BOSTON, BASS. NEW TO'RY, N. Y. WASHIINGTON, D. C. CHICAGO, ILL,
B2 Churchitreet, 020 Century Bldg, OLYMPhIA, Sit0%'S. Sprsgn Street
TORONTO, CAN. BINNEAPOLIS, MINN. WASHINGsTON. LOS ANGELES, CAL
Send for 'Agency Xanial and Registration Blanks.

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