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THE UNIVERIzTYt:OF MICHIGAN DAILY

refuge in the lava beds and with hi.
* gun killed many white men. Owing to
__the rapidity of his fire he was repeat
Publihed Daily (Sundays excepted) duringedly mistaken for a party of Indians
the Colleg year, at and no one could understand how so
THE UNIVERSIY OFMICHIA N8 many Indians managed to escape and
THEUNIERSTY F MC~iAN. hide successfully. Capt. Jack was shot.
OroEoTimes building, 3010S5AMain St, be-
tween Liberty and William Ste. The gun wos exhibited at the World's
MAN %GING EDITOR Faie, and with the former was pre-
J. F. TOMAs,'00 L. sented to the University by Dr. Leon-
EsUSINEOS StANAGErg ard, of Boice City, Idaho.
0. i. hAs's, '0 L. A new set of glass cases is being ar-
ErrITOBS ranged in the museum for the shell
H, B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. exhibit.
E. L. OisMER, '93L. G. D. HDNUTT, '00.
BUTLER LAMB, '00. T. R. WOODROW, '98
L A. CAMPBELL, '00. A. CAMPBELL, '99. The Board of Trustees of Cornell Uni-
F. ENoEnLARD,'9. versity on Wednesday elected Charles
De Garmo, president of Swarthmore
College, to the Professorship of the
I Science and Art of Education, left ye-
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year. with a egular delivery cant by the recent resignation of Pro-
before noon each duo. Notices, commuinia-
tions, and other matter intended for publica- fessor S. G. Williams; and Professor
farenmp. in.,bandiane to the eitor beorbe -Herbert Wade Hibbard, of the Univer-
p. m., of the day previous to that on which city of Minnesota, was elected Assist-
thev are expected to appear.
Subecriptions mayt heleft at The Daily ant Professor of Mechanical Engineer-.
0fficr. Meyer's or Stoflet's Newtand,.oa
with Business Manager Suberihers will co- oing of Railways and Principal of the
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office asn failure of carriers to deliver paper. Graduate School of Railway Mechanical
Engineering.
'Ninety-eight seems to be made up of
belligerents. The contest for the presi- My classes will meet as follow.:
dency was the most acrimonious for Spoken English at 9 a. in., Monday and
years. And the end is not yet. The Wednesday; Old English at 10 a. m.
Monday and Wednesday; German at
memorial, the reception, and the cap n11 a. ., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
and gown survival are questions, each Thursday and Friday; Linguistic Sci-
of which promises heated debate. The ence from 4 to 6 p. m., Tuesday. The
class will meet on Friday and each fac- class in spoken English roay meet at
tion is busily engaged in marshalling some other hour than at 9 Mondays,
its forces. The athletes want a trophy provided the change will not trouble
room for the memorial, others want a those now in the class.
monument; the social lights are anxious GEORGE MEMPL.
for the whole class to contribute to- LOST-In basement of gymnasium or
ward the reception, the lower lights on campus a gold ring with carbuncle.
object; the classicals want caps and Also a leather wallet. Ten dollars re-
cord if returned to Psi U Houose. 107
gowns, modern people don't. These are a
the questions and every senior in se-IF YOU WANT TIlE BEST
peeled to cant his vote on them in some FRTNIYSAOEY
evay attidoy fteroon.FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
way Saturday afternoon. BADGES OR PINS '
Curios in the Museum. Send to
Of the many exhibits to be found in SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
the, museum, none have a more inter- 237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designs and estimates furnished on all work
esting history than two old ridles hung of tuisbkiod.

2efore Having Your
Photo's Taken INSPECT TIE WORK
The erryman Studjo
{successor to Gibson & Clark)
112 West Huron Street, Ann Arbor.

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Fine Confections
Bon Bons and
Chocolates.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET,
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.

Q MUSICAL! @
Mel Gillespie, teact er of Mandolin, Banjo.
and Guitar. Instructor in the University
School of Music. 18 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
Store to arrange for hours. ,,.
MONEY LOANED
On Watches, Diamonds, Wheels or other Per-
sonai Property.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
Office at residence, 331 E. Liberty St., Ann Ar-
or. Mich. All husiness confidential. Hours,
Sto11:30a m.andlto :30asde7to.m.
Jeplh C. Wets.
Bargains Is Second-hand Watcheu and Dia-
monds.

a. THE ANN ARBOR LIGHT INFANTRY'S V
70 LADIES A.ND OENTLEc3N 70
ATH ENS THESATRE
MARCH 8 and 9 1898
A refined entertainment consisting of negro songs and dances,
dialect monologes, select minstrels, artistic clog dancing,
laugh provoking situations, fancy military drills, etc , will take
place in the Opera House next week Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings. Theatre parties should reserve seats. Boards open
Friday morning at usual places.
A=3y Part of the House Dlown Stairs 50c. -
The Daily will be delivered the re-
mainder of college year for $1.25.

in a glass case in the north wing. The
older is a relic of the plains, dating
back to 1850. A party were ercssing to
the old fields of California. When they
had reached Lemoile Creek, Nevada,
the Indians attacked them and a run-
ning fight took place all along the val-
ley for 15 miles. During the night the
Indians drove off all the stock and
teams. A corral was made of the:
wagons and while somemof the men
were left with the women and children
to guard the property, the others went
for the stock, finding it 50 miles away.
On returning five days later, they
found their families and wagons burn-
ed with no survivor left to tell the tale.
The rifle was one of the few relics ever
found.
The other belonged to Captain Jack,
the celebrated Madoc chief. When he
and his tribe were made prisoners, their
arms were taken away from them and
destroyed. While in captivity Captain
Jack secured the materials from which
he nade Ibis simple . and ingenious
breech-loader. The barrel is 1,f excel-
lent steel and must have- belonged to a
target rifle. Capt. Jack secured empty
cartridge shells thrown away by sol-
diers and loaded them for future use.
He finally effected his escape, took

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Libray of the Worlset Litraur
Are in Ann Arbor for A short time with a limited number of sets of the first edition of this
splendid work. IMMEDIATE ACTION is necessary to secure one of these sets at the low
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pleted and the introductory offer will then be withdrawn.
Harvard, Yale, Princeton, U. of P., and other leading universities have secured nearly
one-third of the first edition. A limited number of sets of this edition has been reserved for the
students of Michigan.
20 volumes now completed and ready for delivery and are on exhibition at the Harper's
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