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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

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fnbithed Daily Sandays escepted dring the
Cllege year. at
THE UNIVERSITY O MICHIGAN.
'rrsc: The Inland Pres, Henning Block.
Bth Phne1a7.
MANAGNG5 EDITOR.
F. EassAn, '1 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
OH. ANS. '00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editr, P. W. JeONE, '99,
7. R. Wennaw, 'B0 L. A. H. McDaUeAs, 'at E
4. D. Beewecs. 'ec E. J. B. Wan, 'c0,
C. L. NEa, '99, C. D. CanL, 99,
LJ. MNMaa n,'100, W. cD. HCnEY,'0eM,
A. G. Bown. '2.
The eatbciptin priceoalthe DAIL s 2O50Cfe
the cnlege ya, with a reglne delicayeoree
men each day. Notices, cmemunicatin, and
otheesattee intended fee yublicatin msarlbe
handed innattetDAILY ffheee Sapmo
mailed t the editr befoee 3 p. sa. f the say
arevinne t that n which they ae epected In
Suhsriptionsmay be left at the DAsLYofface,
.eyer', or Stefilet's ewtnd, or with Basiness
Manager. Shcitees will eonfer a faoe hi
eportng promptly at hitoffiea any flinesof
,cariers cc deliver aier
All change ic adertising neter mset be in
theofflcehby4pa.t.e day peeiust that
onwhich vth e to ccDccc.
C. L. NILES.
Miss Maud Ebert becomes Mrs.
Egbert L. Vale.
'ne of the lovelit weddine Ace
Arbor scey ver witnessed was th
of Dr. Edward L. Vole and Mliss Maud
Eggert, eolemnized lot evening at 8
'clock in St. Andrw'o church. The
unique features. of the choral service
mada it of epecial interest. The church
itself had been very gracefully and
daintily decorated by friends of the
bride, the wedding being a pink and
Whie one throughout. The alt clothe
of gld and white acd the luxuriant
blossoms of white peony were aided in
t heir effect by the delicat gren foilage
of the syringa-the flower of the wd-
* ding prty An arch, galandd with
the same flower, crssed the chacel
, railing, which was further beautified by
*great bunches of stately white peonies
ripk bid1 rooes. The altar wan
a man of pink and white peonies, while
*-usters of the same mked the pews
aesred for the 'house prty. The last
*thing bfore the crermony, when the
.,hh wise filled with a large and fash-
onlale gathering a grop of the brides
hem Then cm the vsted choir of
especial friends, the Aphi Phi's, were es-
cortdto th front pwa rsevdfor
X40, deading the wedding paty and sing-
ng fht mot bauiu hymn, 0 PV
fltLove.' Folowing these came the
four ushers, Mesr. Hr Brown
'Claren~e Witney, Fred Larned and
'Wlt Foster. Next the maid of lon-
or, Miss Louise Eggert. gowned in pale
(ink, eewa folod by .the bride
with her father. The wdding dress
wee of atin, grniur with perl
and characterized by rare simliciy
and lelganc. T aed oratins, without
a d bitheamst beaut'ifu tat ae
ever been seen at a hrch .wedding in
Antn Arbr, were defeged and arangedl
snder ah directon of M. C. S. Mi-
len, asi ed by Mr. Wosdbridge and.
Mrs. Dr. Nclzst. The party Was mt
at Ue'ciaicel by the groelzuattelhis
best man, MOr. Harry Htlelsisso.The
ltz$~eve carrPage ersinony wka V Ar-
'Arkledby the Rev Dr. Tatlbogi, uring
whiiic the beautfletralsa of 'the
Tresntele, paed by organ and vie-
iin&U, loIeatel trouh theshurh. As
:te estiiat t tsl"ied sway te firt
ioteh cof'the I.s9ien~in wvedng nhaacic
'aI 4 eM n~tic.orgaic at.hed lie *ditng
"-y atewdrinth altar as the chr-
19q} IdsYsg the *Md L (~i. Ius
th~ie sital releeiioh 'that o4*0k at

the home of the bride's parents oc
Packard st.wa attended by the wed-
ding party and a few friends. Miss Hg-
bert wan an ax-'99, ned Dr. Vaile gradu-
ated from the dental department about
two years ago.
Aong those present from out of
town ware Mr. C. pgert, of Ownsso;
Mr. Harr Farr, Misses Nona and
Loue Farr, olf Brockville, Oc1t.; Mrs.
H. C. Cunningham, Brockville; Miases
Certte and Mrguerite Toeslay, of
Brockville; Misa Bertha GOlbhes, of De-
troit, and Miss Dodge, of Donning.
J. M. Thomas, '98, has secured a
position for next year as the principal
of the Manistee High School with a
salary of $100 per month.
Musical Clubs Notice.
There wili he a meeting of the
Glee, Bacnjo and Mandolici Cluhs at
7 oclosck sharp, in Room 24, U. H.
Officers for eat year will he elected.
W. C. BOIO TON, Preas.
MICHIGAN ENS IAN.
Regular edition, $1t
Edition de luxe,
limited to 100 copies, $1.50.
ON SALE
THURSDAY,
All the buildings on the campus.
SUBSCRIBERS will leave
their NAMES when purchasing.
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