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March 24, 1899 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAiN DAILY.

Publtshed Daily (Snday axcepted) dhaingthe
College yeaa
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
'it~a: Teinl ad PeatHenning tlek.
Bth Phnea- 17
MIANAGINOG EDITOR.
F. Eaaoaaaa, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
O . i Nto, 'eL.
* EDITORS.
Athetie Edit, T. i. WOtatt, 'tO L.
P. W. JOaE, 99, A. 1t. M iltteAt m,, 'Stad.
F. D. EAMANt, 't0 C. H. LeND,'00M,
G. D.tteaaeet.'thE. J. ato. Wtt. '0
The eahetettitapriceohe taDon a'x25 tee
the ea11eg" ya, wteh a egalat eliey la'tae
nona eatday. Natierneaetl iattetsand
aot tatte itndd f oe eubliatint eh
haded it at te DttY eit ebeet a p m.o
mailed to tle etitreefoetxpo. tofa the day
pvioa ttattaotwhih they aeexetedlo
appar
Sattsceit ite oosmylft. l at te DIoficlec.
Meyer, oa t Oflet'lole attad rwt B. n
bEauaaae. Sattltaibte twill cneattfavtorebit
tepotingpremplly at tistlfe anye ttftilee at
cariestott telie'rtpaope.
Alttcaestin advetittngomttalettttastaitt
the altiec Ity40p. tt. ante day peios tato tat
0n whichlteibarettolapptle.
IN CHARGE opTODAYt'ISUE.
F. D. EAMAN.
Will Be Helpul to Teachers.
To give better directiontotheit
work of spplyngscioolapptlyig
to the ativersity twitl suitale ctdi-
dates for vacancieseoitt their techlitg
force, aod of seurig positionst as
teachtera for tthoelihotare sttdyitg
or who have sttdiedin ithie Utiver-
ity, it hlatObeetn tdeeed lst tti-
ganie ott apponttttet cottmlittee
cositinig Of ote representaltive frmll
each departtmentothecfaclty of
literatre, scetce adth ie arts. Thie
ecretary of tie cotttttlee kees
lists of tiose webto are or weboi halve
beaenastudets inthie departtmett ad
who desire ptsitionts asoteclers, atttd
also of those tnow tetchig wo de-
sire to e tratsferred to eter posi
tiotts. Tie comttitee will promtptly
reply to officers tf sciools attd col-
leges who are seekittg teaciers, atd
is prepared to rcottttead ltteist
wishiog its assistattce suitable cattdi-
dates for ptsitionls as teacier, pritci
pals or superittetdents. No fees are
charged for aty services of tie cin~t-
mittee. Cottmtu nicaiottesolttilbe
adtdressed to tie Secretary of tie Ap
pointmoent cotmmtittee, University of
Michigot, AtttaAbr. The execu-
tive cottmuittee is cottstitutedilsto lid
lowts: Prof. Hittsdale, cairtat; Mr.
Godart, secretary; Prof. Hutdsot'
ProfKelsey, Ast. Prof. Reed. Otier
members tf tie geteral commttllee
are as ftlloss: Profs. DOoge, Kel-
sey, Craig, Levi, Henlp, Delatlot,
Trueblttod, Hudso, Weniy, IHits-
dale, Tayitr, Reed, Freer, Hall,
Pettee, Ruttsel, Newcottbe, atd
Reigitard attdlItstrulctors Mesel attd
Goddard.
Jonas Well eeiced.
Prof. Alberto Jonas gave a piato
recital io Citciatnati last Satrda
afternoot,otder te auspices of te
Ladies' Musical sociey. Prof. Jotas
is always well receivet, bt itt this
case litowoo especially so, repotding
to to less thata 10 encores. hel
papers of that city were very etthu
siastic in their praise of his prograt.
It is rutmored tiat Prf. Jotas is en-
gaged for tie opeing orchestral cot-
cert ttder Voo der Stuckeo for next
season.-
A Chapter of tie Phi Bea Kappa
Society has just been established at
Purdue

Boo Davies Tonight.
At his stog reciltl it i rrity
Hll1this evenlitngMr. BettlIDavies,
the fatm~~tosEnliohli tnor, will sitng
toe folliowitlywieily varied aatii a-
tractive program.t
Recitative aed lAir, D Ieepar and
Dereper Mli, and Waft Her,
Antgels," (.-ittlilal).H.. ot.la de
(a) larttlltarl tile Lolk! Scer
(b) Who i yviai..... tlle.
(a) Mondat htl.t.t ..t .
.len............'Stit1101I
(e( Widong...........
(a) When100 thro' the Pioz
oeta........ilfred alt ti
it) 'the Days of Youth...
(to) Thlee 14teamtu....lRunteotlin
b) FlySAwaly Nighttiegole
Oltd EnglishtSongo.-17tCentury.
I atttomp~t fromelLave's Sickeness
to F'ly..... Ittt.......Prelh
Dtrinki to tte only with thine
eyes...............'traotlniat
Recitative and Air, Moo of my
The Hteart Faneies... Gorini Tliomtas
111l Sing 'tlee Soegs ef Araby .. .J'. Clue
Prof. Adams on Wiar Indemnities.
Itt a letutre iteftote lisaclass inthllt
'Tranlspolrltttl 1titon Polemlt recently,
Prof. H. (C. Adatmse 1a11 ocassiontoi
Onle if the twioest titngsour1110'
Silo ptrobabtly coutldtitot Ihave poaid it,
tot event if she rotld, it wold likely
self. Germant~y thouttghtt het grealt
tiat' itdetmtnit)' from IFrance1wa0 gtt-
stimltted indlustty for a witile, it
00011 broulghit111 a comm~letcilic'sis
attd latetrt getneraliecottotaictie-
presson~. We lilty'wel beIthatnkfulI
thaltI Ite have tiltitdemen~tity to look
forwatrd t.
Pupils Recital.
'rie puitlsrteoitoti at the Schtool of
Mutsic,IWednteetday alterlloon lwas
tehltlttnetIandlt astitnttexceptiott-
ally eljtyltble otne. Lottis Elitel
platyedlawtithisusal ~lispirit re'ttderittg
espeeiy wtelhtie Fautasia Cicacon
variazzonttl an0111)Cavatlina t (frt't
Sutite Op. (ii) by J. Ralf. Tile fol-
loitnlg ttupils tootk loart: Misoes
Martha Holly, Vit'gitnia Fl-k, Edithl
MeNaougititn, Alice Weinisteint and
Mr. Lottis Elbel.
It oto ibeent tecitied 10 have setveral
val ttt be hteld at Pennsylvatnia tis
spritng. Itrotmt presenlt ittdicatiotts
Kreuzltlein, Priusoteitn andilPer'cy
Letlitgttttt sill tteet intthie broiad
jutmpj. Sotte rectot'dosshoulid be e's-
tabtlisihed, as all thlree of thtese ment
have dtotte over 23 feet.

r tI Y.o
W~e anke Clothes to aiitasaai-e if

Suits and
Top Cas.
''he're is t certain air
an~d style ttbout "toar kind' of
clotintg that you don't get any.
iwhere else.
'ie tmist oif thoe lit itt a sutit
tofclollhes is intthie cot, and
tile Itost of a fit inth ie cotat is
1110collar atnd laptels. 'T'hit's
twhere,'l"our kln11,1''wtu th iat it
is thte best matlde.

We cn'tfit OlOfroi stik. Sails and Overcoats, $7.50 to $20.
IMP'ORTEtRS AND11MANtUFACTURERStlOP
CHEMICAL and PILYSIC(AL APPIARAITUS.
MICROSCOPIC FININC-S. llIe'ad(nat'ers for nil Ltaboran-
tory Suoppliets
ttt 5. EainaStreet, Aan Aeaot Etch.

TRY HOT CHOCOLATE,
None liktlsewherae.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
'h age asotm e t oatCatitslinitIhetcity,
toada hoautly. oysttesaaer'ed io any style

:

BOYS ! ATESTOP ! PILLA D
KINDLKGFIThN THE
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS.
H~uran 5t. Ea t F. and B. Bank, Ann Athot.Eih
Students' Lecture Association.
GEORGE RIDDLE
With Orclhestrdl Accompanimetnt will retoder
MIOSUMMER 'NIGHT'S DREAM,
IN UNIVERSITY HALL. APRIL 3.
A tmarveloats revelation is in store for thooe wiho go to hear himt.

IWestphiail, tile sprintier, wthile l'llt-
tilIgp arotttd the tratckcinttile gyttit. jf D I& est Chain Wheel, - $5.
stiut yestertivaf' tertliotnfell al hut1N Ibm'Bve ere hileS$0
spratinted his attkle so tilat lie wiihBvl re hanes,$0
laid ttp for a fetw days. T'htere is no better whelel ttade at atty price. Ask Crescent ritdero
if tis is tnot so. Make youer selectitttonsnoon tt Crescent.
M ;STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
AT E S1HAT E111) VWest Washingtoan Street.
SATURDAY, MARCH 25. GRANG R'3 SCHOO LOF D ACINGS

T r arce Caomedy
O A Parlor Match.I
Prices: 25e, 50c, 75c Rood $1.

x$5.00 per Teri" of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment. . Bell 'Phone 246.
A NEWTHN
Itt Patent Leathlet Shoes for Sprtttg, is tile English Flat
Last. We have ltlet in Bat~tottattd Lace. If you want
to be successful, look succestul and wear our shoes.
IIDPII~C C~flhCTAI 119thWtashingtan St.
FRIlL SOSOJLE STORE, Ann Arbor.

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