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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

Published Daily (Suday eceptd) dring the
College yea. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
lon~re: The tland Precss, Hening Block.
Both Phoon t47,
MANAGING EDtTOR.
F. ENEaLAD, '0t L.
B3USINESS MANAGER.
0. . ILHANso.'55L.
EDITORIS.
Athletic Edit, P. W. Jons, '5,
T. It. Woono, '115 L. A. H. MDogoALL, '1 E
G.0D. HeoNaca 'at . J. B. WO, 't0,
C. L. Nao, '99, C. D. COOL, '9,
L. J.MoaTOOMca,'t, W. D. HItcY, 'OM,
A. G. BowN, '.
Owing to the fact that tomor-
row is Decoration day, the
s°Daly" will suspend publica-
tion, with apologies to "Wrin-
kle."
Former U o M. Men Visit Ann
Arbor.
Theicinletrseolatilc meet 91as lmadei
tlie oclcionllby tininutimber'of formtict
Un iivetsiticitn to viitAtitiA ro.
'The follmtitit men ier iec etietatinie
btic hle vaioucis frttetnttieis: Pi
Upsliln-Jaties 1'lynn, '96, W. D.
Hlerricok'98,ndIPrintcipitlI'. L.
Bliss '7i, ofDetrot, Al. W. Mott-
giotmery ec-'00ottd S. 1. Mogotitcy
ox. '01, of Ltninig; IDeltKtppt
Epsilotn-J 0.Mtttiti '96, tutdGo.
S. Betnotn cx00 of Deriti, F. ID.
Stevets '01,iif Girand tpids; Alha
IDel t PlitF, C REdy '91 cf
Granid Ripis: Delta Usilo-H.
Ratidall '94,Sginaw, A. J Smalley
'98 ot AdtrinJ A. LeRoy, '9,
tatd Bat Greeni'95, of Detroit; ZLeta
Psi-DIIH. Tinet'98, of ay City
aitd B. R.1 Tomttpson'97, of Detroit;
Sigita IPhi-LincoliMcMillana 89,
of Chicago;Phit Dela Theta-Carl
Prestoit'98, o Detroit amd W. A.
Wateitman 198 of Salt Lake City, U.;
Xi Isi PhittDH Trowbricge 98,
of Adratn, Hotact. Newart 98 s.,
Sigima C(ittPhit Rho Sigima, Phi
Bet a Ka11911, has eeti viitig at the
SigimatPhittmidi Phi Rho Sigma
houes for a fete days. He has just
retutrined from a year's study ii
Viennitt, as it llciileave ini a fear lays
to go oalthtie hospial staff of te
Brantville Saniitaritmain N. }.
'William Daid Harris, '00 M.
It is cith the deepest sorroaw that
we are called upon to miettiona the
death of Willitt David Harris,
which occurredl Saturday tmorig.
Mr. Harris was a junior tmedical sta-
(ent anid was held ii the highest
esteemi by the facuty ad class-
mtates. Not otly was it because
lie was a good studett that his death
is so much lamented, bit also be-
cause of his tmatnly characteristics.
All that is essettial to the tmakitg oh
a mata was in isil possessiotn. Gener-
otis to a fault atd readitess to
aid at all timtes his fellocw sudett
sooti won for hitm the admsiration and
love, not only of his classmates, bat
of all those wvho kuecw hit.
It seetms cruel that one whose lift.
was filled with such possiiliies mrust
die so young, ut he has left behid a
character that wiii always e fresh
in the memory of ils friends. The
popularity which was his, is made
evident by the sorrow and sympathy

cwhich is tmade mntifest by those weho
knecw limt.,Itt his death the class
tiot otnly loses one of its heat studets
buit the department as well suffers
the loss of otie who wvould give honor
atid dignity to the profession.
He was a mtember of tlie Phi Rho
Sigma fraternity, tand his brothers
feel that there is a b~reak in the
chiaincwhilchtcant tever he replaced.
'rThe remaains have been taketi to
(lie hotte of his parents at Kalanta-
zoo. Mr. Harris was 23 years of
age.

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The camptis viewes that will appear
it this year's Michiganensiani have
tiever before beeti published. 'They
wiii he prinitedin i delicate color tints
ant il viibe a tiever-forgotten re-
mintder of the Unilversity. Prof.
Scott cvilsupleent thtetti by a
descriptive article, writtentin isill
intitmitable style. Subhscrihe at otice
anid sectre a copy.
t~oiplettcct.,' So ,..c niu of Clue Year.
Athiletiec,
I Organtizatiotts.
500 -DRAWINGS - 5O
Humerouc Clendtar,
The Victors ?March.
Sabscribe at Once and Sectre a Copy.
MICHIGAN ENSIAN,
Edition do luxe, $1.50.
Regular edition, $1.
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State Phone 144.
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Bureau of
flGadoehIG
Costume.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
ALBANY, N.
Cape, Gowns, and Hoods made to order
sod rented. Alsot.laos Canes, Claso
Hats and Caps, Class College
Pins. Address
W. C. KEEN, Western aMngr.,
HakelliMslneum, Untv, of Cicage.
F OR BICYCLE REPAIRING
AND SUNDRIES GO TO
Win. J. W ENG ER
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Manufacturers eofBentatltIntruentos
and Fine Machinery.
Special Attention given to Bicycle Repairing
A Fail Lion of Bieycle Sundries in Socak.
I f your Bicycle Needs
1TO BE REPAIRED,
Go to E5RMAN'S
W. Washaingtoin.

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