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2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2

111 .f 91,t1W * A Good Number.
'* The March Inlander, which goes
Pulse al Sundaysexicepted) during the on sale today maintains the high I F YOU FAIL
Collece year, at standard set by this year's editors.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Perhiaps noi stroniger article has yet
Th hltilP ce Hcec ich.appeared in our college pubhlications To find it anywhere
'PN:TeInlcnih restennig Blc. .than Prof. Wenley's eagerly-awaited
Bot phne 47.stody of Kipling. Prof. Wenley is else, try us ..
MANAGING EISN]TOIC. always an entertaining writer and
F. ELic ARDci, '01 L. here fairly outdoes himiself. No less
BUSINESS M1VANAG U. interesting is Dr. Gotohergos article J ury
it. It. tic e, '0Ltilt stiiient life in iRussia, itn whlich" Q ary
AiiiaI1c,tIi. R cecc, li e tots forth the imiportant part Campus Drug Store.
Atheti Edtor T R.Woouow'0L. whiiclh the stutdetis take in the niii-
P'. W. JESt, '99, A. It. MstDtscttLt,'1E listic noveenlns. Thte fictiont con-
F. 9. tee, 05, 17 II tut.'OtM, sists of at further chironiicle of the
C.D.EuNUm1 E J B oo), 0. Atiantias Clib, atndta sketch the --------
' Blessinigs of Youth by Ralph Page.
SThe numbher is especiailly strong in
Thescipetipriac c oflite DAis t25et fiticeverse. Fred Gatshas ant invigora- C1je~G'
the cliteetar, cwith aireua ivereforei ivte lt e nietilldWandtr'ied,
noneccla dy.Notitces," imce intca t t y itlepietienanditaititltin
othiie mtthein tedeifoili caetionmticcble and Haroldl Iotvtitn is thte autthorotf'
haned in t th ii eAIhY. ii bfoee p. n.,cc
mailedt ihe edilitoief e:3pinoft hiedty it sonntet A Detad Leaf itt Spritng. CC
Esyacrte c ion a b let a th ALY fitce, Speciail evtatgelistic services are 1 0
SitiiieiSubcEie icnferaifaortttiseVine liiat theChurch f ChritF
reotngpoly atithlisofficet ccy ftilur e ttctnitcted by Rev. I. N. Mecashi,
car ietodelie laeer. i
All tii aett'in aiii ttii~ tti uite ut bli l1. E. D., of IDes Moities,Ia Th 1i S11PIIP1I'C 1
che officelbi.in.oth la pevos o lh t jbeCett for the halatteof t eek .ur~ue
-- ____ar axets followts:
IN CiAREcoiTcc 'iSISSEch.Tutestday ev enting, GDisinay;" i
JUNltT B. WOOl). Wedniesdaty, "Chattge if lHeairt;" hrdy SrpulBpim"Fi
Caps and Gotwns are Hatinq a Bici{iday, "tYountg Iceoplle Awvay froiti
Sale. Hlomte;'" Sattrday, The Taher- XA
iThe cilaattd goitc commitittee of tittle.'' Chart sermtoni. Services Fresfo $1Up
the setniorclastts repottat large utila- cmmttence att 7:30.rcefom$5U
her otf ordiers rceilvedin ithe tacto----__
lays they lhavet been tkinag inteasure- A President Wanted.
tiett It looiks astough tt large A comttiittee compotisedl of Messrs.
mailjority tuf the Osenioris svouldl wear Ingh~am atndhHolbrootk intl Judge
the gotwnts this year. As the boys Ilahit rittth ttrlofrgtaso
alre puittitng ill ordetrc, the girls osill teIw state unalversity, hsbe
tnt hisetlne itt the cutomit as itt pre- i~ting the'Uttiversity with the puir-_
vitous yeatrs. bte cotmtmittee will he pose of selectitiga president cor the t _
in Rotomn C at 4 o'clock 'Thursday Ioscatitnstitttioa. Profs. Atdatis, -.-i-
;iii Fridiay of this steelk ohersestill Pattetagill atid Hutchitas were con-ut-
lie ite bitt chaticetot give ordlers or' ferredl with at length, hcit it is uttnter-
,halve inteasutreinients taketi. The stood thtttn defitilte offers wtere
switig-outt sill lie hleNbefore ta ue.( tttheccLEE enteveywete etetn itedt
spring vaicationtitn case the orders areoftecnruinofWsbnisr
itn promtiptly. aNotice.FecceeIttcteWthetcl

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INLANDPRS
ANN ARBOR
SPrinters, Binders,
BLANK-BOOK MAKERS
HENNING BLOCK
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fLY CHICAGO

junior Class Socials.
The sticial cotttmittee of the junaior
class is arrianginig for aother party.
Thit pairty eairlier in the year wtto
givent by the boys antI was the ttsual
daticitig party. The tne wthicli is
iniotaitng arratigeth for will be given
by the girls atid will lie somnewthat
iffterenit ftrotm this ordinatry eltos
patrties. T1here is some talk if hay.-
inig a catrid party itisteatd of danicinig.
If thtis isntcdecidedtupn iisomie
other niovelty wtill lie cotisitderetd.
Latler ini the yeiar, somtetitne ini May,
the class still give a theattricatl per-
fotrmiance. Several platys hiave beeti
discussed anthd ueon e h a t prctically
been decided nptoni.
Dr. Dock's Lecture.
Last esetitig IDr. Dock delivered
the secoiid of tis series oif lectures
on Malaria, before the stutletits tof
the Medical Deptartment. The Iecc.
tnre dwvelt wtith the parasttes asO they
exist ini the hotly, their reltiotoi i
the different stages of the disease
and this significantce if the vtirious
formis whihh have been observeil.
'Thle next lectuire still discuss the
probable meastires of itifectiton and
host this parasites live ocitsitde of the
body, also this 'tle that this tiosquitti
plays in spreading te infection of
malarial diseases.
This University itt Califoirnia con-
templates atdoptitig the Chicago Uni-
versity system of liaviing courses con-
tinue throughout this year.

Thtersestill he a Pup~ils recital in
Friese Metitirial IHall, .Wedinesday,
Marcha 22, at 4 o'cliclk.

obtainedieot he haecs

ATHENS THEATRE
SATURDAY, MARCH 25.
HS Farce Comedy
HOYT success,
A Parlor Match.
Prices: 25c, 50c, 7cVie uu l*I.
Shirts for fult dresa are of faalt-
less fit-they have non-bulging
bosoms-nothing finer can be
produced and they coat less than
cutom made.
At YueFurunihe crClothier
CLUETT, PEABODY (a GO.
(Successors to Claet. Cosn 6 Ccl)
Makers

Students' Lecture Association.
IRAN MACLAREN.,
Tuesday Evening, March 21- 1890.
Tickets, 75 cents. Deserved Seats, $ 1.00.
Course Tickets, $1.25.
Subject: "Some Traits of Scottish Character."
TsBest Chain Wheel, - $35.
CRESCEN S Bevel Geared Chainless, $60.
Titers is tn better saieth timade at any price. Ask Crescent riders
if this is not So. Make ytuir ,electioun now on a Crescent.
M. STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
119 WVest Watshliagton Street.
GRANGER'S SCH00IL OF DANCING*
$5.00 per Terau of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
Socisourefamousce eam I, hut
*E7 EU U E EU the diffeeceeithat the colder
~~ it gets themr urccreciacemee
EU ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o U aEEUE UMNalwant.
II~EIIE 11111 MAC WIE
Bell Phoun et66 State, 194.

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