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April 05, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orica Times building, 311 S. Main St.
Telephone (Neo S ate 189,
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. TOMAs,'00 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
0. . LHANS, '00 L.
EDITORS
H, .SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics.
E. L. OEIsMER,'98 L B. S. DANroRT, '98
BuvsmR Lame,'00. T. R. Woooow, '98
. .. xCAMPBELL, '00. Allan CAMPrELL, '98
F. ENsELAD, '98. F. D. EasAN, '00
P. W. JONES, '99.
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
bions, and othermatter intended for publica-
tion mst be handed in at the Daily soice be-
ote 8.p. in., or mailed to t3.e editor before I
p. in., oc the day previous to hat ona which
they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Subribers will cot-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office ans failure of carriers to deliver paper
The Daily Board will meet for organ-
ization Wednesday, April 6, at 5, in
Room 9, U. H.
The Bicycle Club deserves to be
well supported in its effort to put the
Whitmore Lake path in good condition.
The major portion of their support
should come from the student body,
for the path is used by students five or
six times as much as by the people of
((so city. One hundred dollars is a
small sum, considering the number of
wheel enthusiasts in the University, and
it should be raised in a few days. The
sooner it is secured the sooner can the
necessary work be done. The Daily
urges every student who owns a wheel
to hand his mite, however small, to
some member e subscription com-
mittee at once
Something New in the Physic Lab.
Professor Carhart, of the Physics De-
partment of the University of Michi-
gan, has designed an electric dynamo
for alternating currents which is used
in the physical laboratory for experi-
mental and illustrative purposes. It
was fully described in the American
Electriclan for Nvember, under the
title "A Universal Laboratory Alter-'
nator" The professor of physics at
West Point saw this article and sub-1
seqsuently ordered from the University
of Michigan a duplicate machine for
government use. As it as. not prac-
ticable to make the machine entirely n
the University of Michigan, a complete
set of casting has been furnihed West
Point Academy, instead. The macline
has been two years in making. De-
signed by Prof. Carhart the work has
been carried out by two pairs of stu-
dents working under his direction. The
first year the students were L. L.
Wheeler, of Saindstone, and G. K. M-e
Muien, of Grand Rapids. The secoond
year they were A. C. Tagge, and F. E.I
Ticker, of Ishpeming. During. the past
year transformers have been added by
R. W. Brown and F. F. Crampton, so
that now the alternator perfeetly ii-I
istrates what are technically called1
poyphase currents, used in incandes-
cent lighting and power machines. In
the physical laboratory at present thisI
machine runs thirty incandescentj
lights.

Honor System up Again. ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
The junior medical class held a meet-
ing Saturday morning for the purpose
of considering the adoption of the hon-
or system in all further examinations
this year. Some of the members of the
medical faculty have been indifferent
in offering to continue the system.
claiming that it has not proven entirely
satisfactory. However, the faculty ex-a-
pressed themselves as willing to con - ,,* * D S ~IPJ
tinue the system if the class as a. whole
voted to adopt it again. SE RW D .
At the meeting Saturday there were OUR WINDOW.
only a few more than a majority of the
class present, so it was decided to post-.....FINE TAIL
pone the matter till next Saturday,
when the system will be for nally re-
Our line of spring Woolens is now cc
jected or adopted. The sentiment is sanditalusive noveltes.

twear.
& Son,
121 South Main Street.
ORING...
mplete, embracing all the swell-

about equally divided in the class,
many members declaring that they do
not care to be held responsible for the
honesty or dishonesty of their fellow
members. Also the sentiment has been
expressed that if it is only a question of
the professor or the student being a
policeman, then it should be the profes-
sor. It is expected, however, that the
Junior class will accept the system to
maintain the practice already insti-
tuted.
Mr. C. H. Norton has been chosen as
the representative in the Northern Or-
atorical League contest.
NOTICE.
There will be a meeting of the ar-
rangements committee of the Senior
Lit. class in Room 9, U. H., Wednes-
day, April 6, at 7 p. m.
J. W. F. BENNETT, Chairman.
FOR SALE-An At wheel, '97 model,
made by the Monarch Co. and warrant-
ted by them until August. Used for
two months and in perfect condition.
Will sell for $20 cash. Adress A. H.,
care Daily.
Upright Piano for sale. 313 N. State
st. 134
LOST-Collegiate Sorosis pin set with
diamands. Reward if returned to 608
Madison st.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Desi ns andestimates furnished on all work
of this kind.
-BOYS
SPRING VACATION is coming
soon. Don't go home with a big
trunk, but buy your Dress Suit Case,
Valise, Telescope or Travelling Bag.
A. TEUFUL,
307 SOUTH MAIN STREE
Fine Line of Goods and Low Prices.
Athens-sheatre$
-OMIZ.NG -: $
$ The Jaranese Musical Operetic $
Comtedy,
The_ ieisha.'
$ FIDAY, APRNIL .
PRICES: gc, 50c, 75c$1

Our garments wherever seen will be appreciated and pronounced by
critics as strictly correct.
We respectfully invite your inquiry.
We do only a fine trade.
We carry but one pattern of a novelty in stock.
Garments bearing our label pressed gratis.

BURCHFIELD,
106 East Huron Stree

New Phone 43.

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

S0 MUSICAL!? 0
Mel Gillespie, teacter of Mandolin, Bano
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-
sonal Property.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED,
Office at residence, 331 E. Liberty St., Ann Ar
boc. Mich. Allbusinesscondential. Hours,
3 to 11:30 a. m. and 1(0o1:30 and 710o 09 a m.
Joseph C. Watts.
iargains is Second-hand Watches and Dia-
monds.

INTERCOLLEGIATE BUREAU OF ACADEMIC COSTUME,
COTREL L & L EONARD.
472-478 Broadway, Albany, N. Y.
Alakers of the cAPS and sowxs, to University of Michigan,
1U. of Chicago, U. of Minnesota, Cornell, Lehigh, U of Penn-
sylvania, Harvard, Yale,Princeton, Columbian, Williams
Wellesley, Bryn Mawr, etc.
Class contracts a specialty.
Cuba Must Be Free
We regret that the delivery of the DAILY cannot be
FREE-financial reasons prevent-of course you under-
stand. But we beg leave here to announce our spring
offer with the positive statement that it will be the last of
the year. No more special rates. We quote you the paper
for the BASE BALL. SFAsON-that is till end of semester at
ONE DOLLAR. Leave name and money at Daily office,
329 South Main Street. Telephone, New State 189.
HOLMES' LIVERY,
t'5 East Liberty St.
Phone 106 BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY.

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