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April 13, 1899 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
iasF'E: The Inland Press, Henning Block.
Both Phones147
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. EaELA, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
O. H. HAs, '0. L:
EITORS.
Athletic Editor, P. W. Jes, '19,
L. J. MstxaTciR,'00, T. R. Wotow, '00 L'.
J. B. Woon, '00, C. L. NLEs, '99,
G. D. HUDUTT. 01 E. C. D. COOL, '99,
A.t. McDoUALL, 10, W. D. IicKEY, '00 M,
A tG. Biiota, 'W''.
The subscription price of the DAa it 2.50 for
the college year, with a regular delivery before
noon each day. Notices, communications, and
otheremattee teded forp ublication ustber
handed it at Ithe DAItY eticetelretAip a., o
mailed to the editor before 3 p, as. of the day
previous to that on which they are expeted to
ubscriptions may be left at the DAILY office,
Meyer's, eor Stoflet's newstand, or with Business
Manager. Subscribers will confer a favor by
epretig peitly at this oice any failure of
ariesete delieelae.
All changes in advertiing aatte must be i
the office by 4 p. a. aa te day preiustoti that
on which t ey are to near.
IN CsARGE fTn A's Issue -_--_
G. D. HUDNUTT.
The annual 'Varsity track meet
will be held the first Saturday after
vacation, and the men who will rep-
resent Michigan against Madison at
Milwaukee two weeks later will be
selected after this meet. Every track
candidate who is ambitious to make
the team will understand how im-
portant it is that he remain over dur-
ing the spring vacation. Every man
must work conscientously from now
on, if he expects to be in condition
for the Wisconsin meet. Wisconsin
has a strong team, and its track men
have begun active training and more-
over they have no vacation at this
time. It is therefor every man's duty
to remain here during vacation. New
lockers have been constructed in the
dressing rooms, and heating ap-
paratus put in. The track is being
rolled and will be in fine shape ini a
few days. Trainer Fitzpatrick will
have the entire squad in charge from
now on. Negotiations have been
entered into with Cornell and Notre
Dame, and these meets will come off
immediately after the Wisconsin
meet at Milwaukee. No man can
get into condition in two weeks, so
it is absolutely imperative that every-
one remain here during vacation.
J. F. MCLEAN.
Got Their Hair Cut.
Already the hair-cutting fiend has
made his appearance and as a result
the frerhman toastmaster and two
"sophs" have been shorn of their
locks. This happened night before
last and now that a start has been
made there is no telling to what
lengths the "harmless joke" will be
carried before the faculty learns who
are the offenders and takes the
severe measures, that were made
necessary last year for stopping it.
Something in the neighborhood of
30 is the number of freshmen and
sophomores who last year suffered
the indignity of having their hair
cut. Then a stop was made only
when one student had been shot in
the arm and later expelled from
college. -
The Woman's League will give a
play followed by a reception for its
members Saturday evening, April 29,
at the Woman's Gymnasium.

Achnotuledgement.
The Woman's League are well
pleased with the results of the Sousa Allegretti
concert Saturday evening, which nets ana
them over all expenses $318. And Rubel's
in connection with the same they
wish to state that they are under Delicious Chocolate Creams,
very great and lasting obligations to
the Regents of the University for the FRESH AND GOOD.
use of the hail; to the press for , z and 1-lb. pckgs ,
assistance in bringing the concert to 15c, 30c and 60c.
the attention of the public; to Mr.
F. H. Belser, cashier of the Farmer's i. i Quarry,
and Mechanics bank, for valuable Campus Drug Store.
assistance in the sale of tickets at
the hall and in making settlement
with Mr. Sousa's manager; to H. J.
Broivn and E. E. Calkins of Ann
Arhor anid Mr. Riigers of Ypsilanti F
for keeping boards and selling tickets;
to Mr. P. Voorhies, who had charge COLLEGE
of the ushering, and to many others
for valuable assistance.
LEL.IA M. CHILDS,
President Woman's League.

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INLAND PRESS
ANN ARBOR
SPrinters, Binders,
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BLANK-BOOK MAKERS
I HENNING BLOCK
STUDENTS
THE
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Ctjrano de Bergerac.
Mrs. Bertha Kunz-Baker, of New
York, who will give "Cyrano de
Bergerac" in University Hall this
evening, is considered one of the
most accomplished readers in the
United States. 'Site comes to Ann
Arbor from Chicago, where she has
just concluded a series of more than
ordinarily successful entertainments
similar to that to be given this even-
ing. She is a woman of renarkable
magnetic personality and has added
substantially to the popularity of
Rostrand's famous play. The enter-
tainmaent this evening will begin
promptly at 8 o'clock, as Mrs. Baker
will leave the city on an evening
train.
An Engineering Frat.
A new fraternity called the Tau
Beta Pi is about to be installed in
Wisconsin University. It is wholly
an engineer's society and member-
ship requirements are based primar-
ily upon scholarship, its object being
to confer a distinction on those who
have done the best work in their col-
legiate course. Membership is con-
sidered as a measure of actual ability.
LOST-In the Athens Theatre,
Monday night, April 10, a pair of
gold rimmed glasses. Finder please
return to Mrs. L. A. Strauss, 714 E.
University Ave. and receive reward.
49

Su iw's ('

TRY HOT CHOCOLATE,
None like it elsewhere.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 4^
316 SOUTH STATE STREET,
The largest assortment of Candies in the city,
made hourly. Oysters served in any style.
This space belongs to the Students' Lecture Association.

Special Rates to Students on the
Michigan Central Ru.
To students presenting certificate of
membership signed by Secretary
Wade, the Michigan Central Ry. will
on April 13, 14 and 15 sell round
trip tickets at the usual reduction,
account of spring vacation, tickets
will be good to return until April 25. Best Chain Wheel, - $35.
LosT-A Gamma Phi sorority pin.
A liberal reward will be paid for its EBevelGeared Chainlss, $60.
return to the Gamma Phi house or to There is no better wheel made at any price. Ask Crescent riders
the DAILY office. if this is not so. Make your selection now on a Crescent.
-_r-- __--=--_-- _ M, STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
119 West Washington Street.
GRANGER'S SCHOOL OF DANCING.
I $5.00 per Term of 12 Weeks.
ATLIEjN$ PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Lessons by Appointment. Bell 'Phone 246.
TIATRF.
So is our famous Ice cream, but
the diference is that the colder
f it gets the more of our cream
you wont
Id MAC WHITE,
110 S. MAN ST.
- C ell Pone, 166; State, 194.

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