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March 23, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVEhltTrYo OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during'
the Coleg year, at
THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Osric: Times beiding, 329 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William St.
MtANAGtNG EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 'b L.
BUSINESS RANAGER
0. 1-I. IHAN, 'lbL.
EDITORIS
13, 13. SBIIILLMAx, 'Sb L., Atbetics.
E. L. GtEsNisU, '3 L. G. 1D. Huatt. 'd.
BUTLEn LAM, 'b. T. I. WOOtOw, '8.'
I. 4. CAMPBELL, 'b0. - Allan CAMPBEL, 'lO
F. ExGm~nAE, '8. F.1. SAgA, 'lb
The subscription price'of the Daily is $.50
for the collee year, with a regular delivery
before noon each d. Notices, communica-
tions, and other ctter intended for publica-
ion mst be handed in at the Daily office be-
foe 8 p. i., or mailed to t,e editor beore 3
p. in., og the day previous to that on which
they are expected to apear.
Subscriptions may bileft at The Daily
Office, Mieye's or Stoilet's Newstad, or
with Businesasanager. Subcribers will co-
ler a favor by reporting prumply at this
office ails failure of carriers to deliver paper
0cc of the nmot important featrs
of thc woridonceicthe furts.raocc .tf
Mdiciigai'soatheic initrsts sold ho
1(h0 devclopmenit of filch School oil-
(etics. If or looms are to ho -ompocd
of tlheatest iaterial, cnd obovo aii if
oaihigh standrd of amaturism is toibe
nmaintainod, ho promising cmen otsid
must hoe0met and tught. i 00ocway
cold this hoehotocdoise than hf mal-
ig(le oninual iir-scholastic mfeta
ci coosomundr licligai's d'ication cd
imanagemoint. L lb the omin comoocher,
see tisc gymncasiumiiiand aborbolsa litte
real college spirit. Thou whei lb-c
romo to chooseoa- Uivsitiiy, iii higac
ciii ct thom. We tiidrtatl ti-os
high athletic osothoriy that his imit-
eris h-log allowed o idrag aiii hang
ir. Tihso son ischar gsolddbh
stirred sup, cud if they do ot ct oil-
ers soutld le chosein wlo wcill.-
Communication.
E-ictor iDaily:l
The '00 relay tcaiiclimct(loot hit'H
loom hao ti rght tiiprotst Satday:
raice. Theysayc fthat th dcisionof
the judges ccas ial aoithlatthe Atih-
ltic fBard has nits weito reverrsec0
tde cision of theiprier jidgs. Thocy
claini moreovr that the pssong of the
cor triosaoeuivalent to that of a cick
oaid titereforc that there wano grouod
for a prortest. "STUDENT."
The University Represented.
Rerprsentative A. J. Sawyer tele-
graiths The Times iis ft-rnocio as
follows from Lainsiig whre he is t-
tcinding the speial ession of th Pato
legislature:
L. 2.J.ienter
Editor Times-The hose is dcoratd
tith thc yellosv and the blo.
A. SAWYER.
The candidates for the -Fieshman
baebal lam appeared for the first
time yeterday cc Pretty-mon,'s Cos-
inons. Some fifteen mn showed p
and ,ifansidering the disagreeable
weather lise nen played remtarkably
uel.° The management is desirous thai
more men trn out and try for the
lear. l . _ .,

TO WN-HEELMEN AND WHEEL-
WOMEN.
The aniual meeting of the Anfn Arbor
C'ycle Clcb will be held in the Schoiol
of Music building Thursday evening at
8o'clock. All bicyclers are itsited to
he present.
FLEMMING CAREOW, Pros.
TEACHERS WANTED FOR NEXT
SEPTEMBER.
Pihysics and Chemtistry 'ntatt) for
Mich. H. S., $800.
Three H3. S. Pris., $1,00, $1,200,
$2,000.
13. 5. Asecistisnt (woman) English,
Glirls' Coll. trep. Sob., Latino aitd
Glreek, $d50 and homte.
We have very moainy other v-acaotcies
anod ore geltting ilseno every day. Al-
Bert & ClarkoToachsers' Agency. Ptill-j
mnnBldtg., Chic-agit. The il-lost and
largest is the Wool. Thirteenth yesar.
The CT. of Al. Calendars for 1898 may
still he obtatineod at use following itlaces:
Woobro, Waitoio's or Miss Locell, 125
I. L~iherty s1. 12 4
ART A1ND SOC'IOLOGY.
Dtireettor Griffith, oftfhocHeirotit Art
Museumt will lectureobeortoi he tocio.
togy cl-icc hiiday, March 25t1h, iiit
a. ini. The lecture tiill he openo to olo-1
dents aidodthe-ts interestcd isoart.
LL-Regent tBrbtour lecturvos1riday,
Aprol Is t. 125
Ta sticko Rubber ccc MAJOR'S RUB-
BER CEMENT. (1ccarc ? ! l.fDontt
take a substitute.
IF YOU WVANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237,.23M. 241 NWoodoird Ave.. Detroit.
Diesigns ind estim.ates fursished os all swork
cc the. hisd.
BO Y S!
SPRING VACATION is coming
soon. Don't go home with a big
trunk, bitt buy your Dress Suit ease0,
Valiso, Telescope or Travelling Bag.
A. TEUFUL,
307 SOUTH StAtS STREE.
Pinr Lineeofoods and Low Prices.

Men's Top Coats
Ii FRSPRING...
The handsome new styles of Men's
Suits and Top Costs for Spring of '98
are here on our counters ready for in-
spection.
Clothaes bearing tour label are made
specially for us aind are equalled only
by the best tailors, the only difference
heingii price. We save you the dif-
ference. ~ ~

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

I MUSICAL! 0
bel Gilespie, teacher of bMandulin, Banjo
and Guitar. Instruor in the University
School of Mlusic. 18 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbur Mlusic Co's.
Store to arrange foe hours. ----
MONEY LOANED
On Watches, iamonds, WIheels or oilier Per-
sunl i Paperty.
WATCHES ANO JEWELRY REPAIRED.
Offienat residence, 331iE Liberty St., AsnAr
bor, Micho. All business confidestial. SHours.
S to 11:30a. o. and Ito 3:30 end I is I p.ms.
Joseph C. Watts.
Bargains in Seconid-hand Watches and Dia-
monds.

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AT U AY

THE

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close SATURDAY, MARCH 26.
The splendid offer now made closes Saturday.. To take advantage
of this offer you must act at once.
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