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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

Published Daily (Snday excepted) drg th
Cllege year. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Owao: The Ilaed Pres, Healg Blck.
Bth Phae tA7.
MSANAGING EDITOR.
F. ELsAo,'a1L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
. . A,a,00SL.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editr, P. W. Jas, '5,
T. . Woaa~w, '00 L. A. H. EcDaUALL,'l E
G. D. HUDoUTT. 'at E. J. B. WO, '00,
C. L. ILs, 'c, C. D. teaL, '9,
L. J. Reorease, '0, W. . HICKEY, 'SOM,
A. . Beaw, 02.
The subcrptia price at the DALeYeS5.5fo
the coler year, with a retlar deivery hefr
nooa each day. Ntice, cmauicatos, aai
ther matter iteaded tr pabicaia meat be
haded ia at the DAILY office heot re 8 pmar
mailed ta the editor betre 3 p. mn. at the 'a
areviono ta that oa which they are expected t
u5~vberptions may e et at the DAILY office
Meyras, or Solfelt's newtad, or with Bsies
Manaager. Sbsciera wil coee a aor by
reprtiat promptiy at thia altice ay aiiure a1
carriers to deliver ppaper.
All chates ia advertiing matter mt e i
the office yy 4 p. m. 0n the day preios to tha
oa which they are to avear.
INe CHARaE or TooAY'e Iaua
L. J. MONTGOMERY.
MEDICAL SOCIETY.
Waijee County Societty Was Here
Yeterdaty.
The Wayne County Medical So.
ciety was in the city yesterday, the
guest of the Ann Arbor Medicil
Club of the Wahtenaw Medical
Society. They arrived in the city
about noon and were entertained at
the Cook House for dinner. They
spent the afternoon at the hoptals
and the laboratories; they were ur.
priced at the work being done in the
laboratorie, and said that this was
the only school where the student
did the actual work. The members
of the society come from various
schools and this surely speaks highly
for the standard of work being done
here. After a thorough inspection
of the laboratories they were driven
to the hospital and there viited the
clinics. They were surprised at
the number of patienta in the hos-
pital, and thought that the opposi-
tion which is heard concerning the
clinical material wa utterly ground.
less, and the advantages were as
good as at any scliool. After the
clinic, the wards were visited. Every.
one spoke highly of the hospitality
of the meical societies of this city
and were all glad to have come.
,they returned to Detroit last night
on the late car.
Engineers go North.
The annual excursion of the civil
engineers of the junior class will oc-
cur this morning. 18 men, together
with four instructors and Prof. J. B.
Davis, will constitute the party which
for the next six weeks will do practi-
cal outof-door work at Lelands, in
northern Michigan. At the conclu-
sion of that time the men will not re-
turn to Ann Arbor, but will return
direct to their homes.
Those who will go are: . MI. Le-
land, B. C. Dickinson, A. G. St.
Johne J. J. Walser, F. N. Bradley,
C, M. Waters, C. E. Young, H. G.
Hasting, A. Grabenstein, J. D
Young, C. B. Davis, S. P. Cobb, D
G. Fisher, R. E. Kramers, F. H.
Loud, W. B. Maurice, H. W. Gil.

more, and D. H. Castella. L. E. Seas,
F. C. Hannon, G.D. McNaughton and
E. C. Hall, all memhers of the senior
class, will go along as instructoro,
while Prof. J. B. Davis will have
general supervision of the party.
junior LawsSBest Fresh Lsas.
100 L. defeated their departtment- - -
freshmen yesterday at Regent's Field UL'SMER HI
by a score of 15 to 7i in a game that uL SME SH
wae well contested up to the eighth in- ARCST STOCK
ning. A large number of enthusi-LOETPIS.
astic supporters lined up for the FI-oo \ JF
teams oni the firct and third base WE&AR V W ..JE T
lines and at times things grew rather OXFc~ORTABLE,
warm. Only when Umpire FranceH A.
threatened to call the game did the It You want a Shirt, csme
wrought-up classenen withdraw from the Shirts are.
the diamond. Wit and Gilchrist CLUB CT TE
were in thle points for the Ju~niOie FOUR~-IN-HAND TO M
and McGargle and Lardie for the Noble's Star Clothing Hi
freshmen. The latter was not up to
his customary form; the former
pitched a clean game and fielded his
position well. The feature of the
game was the hitting of '00 L.,
which was clean and effective. The
winners are now in the semi-finals.
The score is as follows:
Innings.... l.23456789-R.
10OL ...........30 01 3 006 2--15
'O L ...........0001 21201-7
IMPORITRS AND MANtJP.WTU.
The Guarantee as CHEMICAL and PHYSICAL.1
19MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headqt
tory Stupplies
SH RSis nt all that makea them good- T H E N t eI N
itaslthematerial in them-thec way IT I ! l "/ i
they fit-the amoant at value yeaPITRSuIDR
get foenng PBLNTESBOOKMAER
ONE DOLLAR Baoch BAKBOKM ER
At Year Farnisher or Clothier
CLUETTPAO&C. GRANGER'S SCHOOL
Pscesrst eB Godoco. $.00per Term of 121
Makers PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SAT
Private Lessons by Appointment.

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A.PPARATUS.
carters for all Labora-

I2S. Moa Sireet. Ana Aror, Etch
FRF E 831
and
5s ANN ARBOR,
OF DANCING.
Weeks.
TURDAY EVENING.
Bell 'Phone 246.

Rand McNally
Universal Atlas
FOR NOTHING
By Saving 2Bc purchase checks at
the foilowing stores.
Mack & Co., Gruner & Lutz,
Cutting, Reyer & Co., H. Brown,
Staebler & Co., Groceries, Win. Arnold,
Eberbach Hardware Co., J. J. Quarry,
Seabolt Bros., Groceries, Anton Teufel,
W. W. Wetnore, G. H. Wild Co.,
E. V. Hangsterfer, J. Laubengayer,
C. F. Pardon, H. G. Lodholz,
300 Coupona get the Atlas.
Yea coo see ad examine the book at Quarry's
Drag Siare.
F OR BICYCLE REPAIRING
AND SUNDRIES GO TO
Win. J. WENGER
HI1GH GRADE WORK.
106 N. FOURTH AVENUE.
Gf-fPIN_5R08.
No. 113. East Liberty St.
Manuafactarers of tDental Instraments
ad FlaeMachineryj.
Special Attention givees to Bicycle Repairing
A Full Line of Bicycle Sundries InStBock.

For a n UMME1? CISUIS1E take thle
COAST LINE to MACKINAC
NEW STEEL The Greatest Perfection
PASSENGER yet attained is Boot ton-
STEA M ENRS. atruction:; Lunariousa
SPEED, ' Equipsent, drtistic Fur-
COMFORT Dishing, Deoatlion and
Aoe SAFETY. Efficient Service.
To Detroit, Mackinac, Gleorgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
No otheLiooffesa anoramavof160imilce feqouialeaieiy andinteelt.
Four Trip prWeekBeteen Dayrand Neght Srvice Between
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac NihtB D[Te FroI AND.50 Each D
rTOScccv, " OOa," MREia ToTEcCr, S.0tatet,.7
ANe DULUTHi. Cleveland, oett~b,ti.e., $t. Steo,Ceton a e t Ceeadth
LO Eo ict uvresqeckeiinac and Put-in - Bay carliest Trainseforas intEast o uthO
Reur, Ildn eeals and mBerts Apoxi. snd Toledo. an1Sothestvd a eri o r all poit
eateCsttfromt Cieveead, $19.tO; ,.Northaortie. ,, ar vo5
Tale, $16.25; froe tetri, e13.v5. SeptembereanddctobvervOaly.
BradA or. Ar Illusteoted P hr.Adea
A..A. scosr D, TROITa.,dare s, CH e. troit and1( OlIvelolfl HviutllioIucompany
Tandenms Crescent Combination (for Lady and
jGent) Tandems for rent by the hour
F or Pent. or day. Rates Reasonable.
M. STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
Phones No. S. 119 West Washington Street.
"We are in it" When it comes to BICYCLdE
SIIOf"L Sell any time and
all the time, not only for cycling, but for other purposes
Something new. Call and see them at
fIPIILL'S SHOELSTORE, a Ass Arher.o $.

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