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April 06, 1899 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1899-04-06

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2I( affections efr of tepbi.H si fR a fmany talents, a -student,tT E
author, lecturer, municipal reforuer, I YOU FA LTH
Published Diliy (Suday excepted)etnring the soldier and statestuan. IIA~
Cottage yar, at The University is fortunate inlhav- ILANDU PRESS
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN itig itm for its .guest, if only for a ANNARBO
few hours. Coting fromr Chicagoi To find it anywhereAN ARO
'ireroe: The Intand Fecs, Btolocniece, will arrivehIere inth ie ttorning at
note Phone 1t14.ie
7:45 o'clock andt leave inth le tafter- else try us . . . . rnei~ '
MAAGINGEDI<TOR. eootn at 4:58 o'clock. Wile int tii- f P iner, iders,
. EasE~eeRDu, no L. cg, he wiii be tihe guetnof Step1hetu -AN-
]BUStNESS MANAGER. IDetmtn, sue-in-loe of Pro. Dtn- J. J iQuarry, 2
ott1. tto, 'to L.. tonot, andc a poie ttember of BLANK-BOOK MAKERS
EunDTOotS, the Utniotn League Club. Ott Mol-CapsDu Store. ~ iNN LC
Ateeletic titor, 'T. tR. Woonoe,' L. - cal.iexwiii speak to the sttdentts of HENN-LC
i.toto,', A.t.Mtntot,'t .the University ofCiicago wvhere an Ni~if N +N N
F. tD. EAoxt,'oo: C. n. Lon, 'tttM, entertaintment wiil be givett itt his ______________________________
G. D.OceoeeeY.Ot1.E. J. eB. 'WOOD,1. honotr. Guv. Roosevet xiii be c-
compatied tc Annt Arbor by M s--r -
Demtnon. It is expected tiat they1
'-- -ocepioico h im - will be the gucsts of Prof. Detttttoet OL E E T DE T
the coltege ycar, wih a rguttr dtiey efore duritng their short stay lhre.
noon ech day. Ntice, coemenictos,and Ferere'eventts of thits kittdllitve U
rthae matte itended fee cublcationoeast tbe
ieaoded io at itch~etILYfficceeoe 58tp. i., or shoxwn thttt tite etorttott owe-xd THE
aailed to thcenditorewhcfoe te arinoft he epetay lcaustlo sr
pr ioecentno whchthyaceenwcedi ch ual yariesearly fills 1upCOUN'1 1Y
apecepiocea telf a lc m th ie Ihlltd leaveo no roont ferthettsOVER
Mcye', ee teiltet enewstand, or with tBusinees studeets whxhave recitaticons up ton SMOKE
Manaer. Suhcie wileonfe afavceehy teh tfrt headrs. I
repotieng propttly at thisleoeice any faiue nofhetustfottedies. n
carecs to deiver paperie order tee restrict tie crowd, tanmital
N Othcctticeh&5p. nthe. t (telay trecviouie to elit fee wiii be clarged and the nttebe: CJ Ijl( ~
on which they ae to appeare. __of tickets litited to the seating ca.V 1 J lkVISurtwuorTOAYu'msepaity Teunivrstynotwihig
G. D. 1 NUiTq-. to make mtoeey in this mtanter uill
--- -, __tttrnth ie receipts over to the At-_ _-
Toimorrow thte legslattre is to etie Associatioe. lTle directors of
viit thte Uneiversity ott a tour of in- thte associatiotn xiii have tickets for TRY HOT CHOCOLATE,
etiot. Thuoitrities hatve spared distribeution. In order to cgive sttt Noe lute it etsewhre. i v'
n o effot inthieit' planst to give the dents the first opportunity of secur- 200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, ' '
isitorsa good reception, and titeir itig seats, tickets wiltot be stld to 316 SOUTH STATE STREET
efforts sliotltdle aided by the united anybody else uttil Monday of next SThe lagect asotoetof Cadie iothe city, K,~ . a '
stpport of theencetire student body. Week, xwhie sttdentts ttay obtain omade horly. Oyteerevdtonuytye.
The regents htave asked the state er them today. Till Monday tickets ___________________________________
-:tain soets of mtoney xwhich are indos-emust be bougit persotaly, that he rrr~ ~ lf~i>
petsibe if thte Utiversity is to carry only oee ticket xiii e sold to a per
lneits xork properly andi to hold the son. Besides those xwhichithtiedire
lading position it eoxw has. Upoet tors have, tickets xiii e ott sa I Q 0h
the iempressione gaitnetd by the legisa every norning of this week froem het xvh eedteft o1:5a alsteMt n ttp PuritaI? 8 I oe o
tore xwhie hrewlldeedChORPetOR:1ATEale- nMan n tp
,of Utiversity appropriations. ITe pan Hals, and the Law Beilding. (NOPRTD
mpressiuuee has gone abroad itt the Gov. Roosevelt deserves grea
Mtate those wxho conee lere to study credit for this free xiii offering to~
spend theeir tieme in devisiteg deviltry the University. For whlen it is re-
anee chtasittg shoxws out of town. The eembered that the usual adetissionW O E '
is apparenttbut it is o. fact that lecture seems practically free. While ARE ____________ O E'
anany citizeets of the state do believe no official receptiont will be giveetot MAKING SHAPED
iTh Iiat the legisattre at its hst him many o the students wil meetS H ELAT
visit lure did not carry axay a;favor. him at the traien and escot himt froetmH E AT
able ideet sf thle Utniversity studenets the depoL, His receptioee here sioetd
was evideent at the titne. be enthusiastic tnd unepartisan. Gov.
We xwislhetpress tpott the sttu- Roosevelt is tot a party politician,
dent bcody the sericouseess of thec site- bet o soldier atd atoeal hero. N w s l id
atiotn. The University is ne ine a The Nws l id 3 5
crisis iie this particeular ettter atnd Graduate School. $ .
every studieett who has its best leter- President Angel requests that ol Fashions One Price
est at huart shouldl reeeteber this, eembers of the Graduate School
and be ready to aid the authorities teet in Roomr B, Utniversity Hal
in their etertaineett of the legisa ont Friday, April 7, at 3:45 p. ieto Stock will be in our Ann Arbor Store about March st.
tLere. Every otee should bear itt eind atteted the nass neeting on tie oc
the effect atey ieeproper denonstra. casioen of thec visit tof thec State Leg. 110 EAST HURON STREET.
tiono wiil ave tpote our visitors In isiatere. J. E. CmUaoo, Js.,
tis there is tno intention to put a 42 Prestdent Graduate Chtb ___________________________________
damper the the enthuesiasme of any one. -
Let all the enthusiasen possible be Hhuere xiii be a meetg of thee n Best Chain Wheel, - $35.
manifested by the students for 'Good Hospital Circle of King's Datgters C RevlEeaedChE NeTS60
'old Micigan," but let it be of a Sotersdarll8. t23 . n i n
proper andt coeteetendbieI sort. It is Hars _al There is no better xvhee eade at any pice. Ask Crescet riders
to be hoped that this matter xiii be Hy-Jen is coeintg. I 3 if this is tet so. Make your selection now on a Crescent.
taken seriously etougho so that no - -M. STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
blame cast attache to any stedett it 1 etWsigo tet
the legislature fails to haev a good ATHENS THEATRE19WetW5hitseSre.
opieneen of the UniversityI-
velt will be the greatest event of the CHAS. E. BLANEY'S $5.00 per Terns of 12 Weeks.
collhege year. To see and eat such PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
ata asaopotntwhc noBIG SUCCESS, Private Lessons by Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
sttudenet call afford to miss. Gov. f
Roeetis a tational figure. As A7 HIRED jG IR L. So is e faonee tecream, hoe
laeofthee greatest staei h h ifrnei httesde
union, le is second in official dignity Funniest of Three Comedies. Uit**utnsd reow oreofou cean
only to the president; whbile his part A COMPANY OF 25 PEOPLE. jrIflhllc old-1 MAC WHITE
an the hat war added to his successes Pres2,50ai75 I mt 110 S. MAIN ST.
gives bit eaily thee first pace in te Pries,_ 5,_5_ and75_Cnts. It___elPhoe,_16;__ate,194

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