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April 08, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-04-08

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THE UNIVERSITY-OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orrics: Times building, 329 S, Main St-
Telephone (New S ate) 189,
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THoMAS, '00 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
O. H. HAMS, '00 L.
EDITORS
11, B. SKILLMAN, 'S L., Athletics.
E. L.GuismO, '93 L T. R. Woonoow, '98
F. ENGELHARD, '93. F. D. EAMAN, '00
G. D. HlUDNoT, '00 R. S. DANFOnT, '98
P. W. JoNEs, 199. C. H. LuND, '00 M.
A. 11. McDOUGALL, '01E. ,
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tIons, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be-
fore d p. m., or mailed to ie editor before 3
p. m., of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Subeibers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office an failure of carriers to deliver paper
Society Programs.
The Webster Soci ty will give the
following program this Week: Speech,
A. H. McLain; impromptu, Henry T.
Clark, Jr, I. Zeigler, Thos. R. Marks;
oration, Wade Millis; debate, "Re-
solved, That the President should be
deprived of the veto power," aff., F.
Thompson, Evans; neg., Haight, L. H.
Ehrlich,
The Jeffersonian Society will meet
on Saturday from now on. The follow-,
ing is the program for this week; Cur-
rent topics, Robert Hyde; reading, A.
J. Lacy; oration, J. E. M. Bailey; so-
ciety paper, M. Day; biography, Mr.
Tanner; impromptu discussion, aff., J.
Haverty, neg., C. Chernock; debate,
"Resolved, That street railroads should
be operated under municipal owner-
ship," aff., :Boynton, L. Shanahan, neg.,;
Jackson, A. L. Fitch.
The Adelphi meeting for this week
has been adjourned to next Monday,
April 11. Music, Mr. French; im-
promptu, Mr.-McCreary; debate, "tie-
solved, That the Governor's railroad
taxation scheme would be for the best
interests of the state," aff., Clarence
Hurrey, M. L. Wiers, neg., Earman, Me-
Elligott.
The following is the Alpha Nu pro E
gran for Saturday night: Music; ora-
tion, Sanger; debate, "Resolved, That
the single tax is superior to the present
systemn of taxation," aff., Thompson,
Lathers, neg., Roe, Corwin, Sibyl, tRey-
riolds; impromptu, Miss Nash.

One Thousand Readers Per Day.
The annual registry of readers in the
reading room of the general library,
taken during the week ending Satur-
day, March 19th, 1898, shows the read-
ing done by departments of the Uni-
versity, by the high school and others,
to be distributed as follows:
Literary department .,..2,806 78.18
Engineering department 2dt .71
Law departmsent .,..240 .71
Medical department ......112 3.12
Homeopathic department 7 .14
Pharmacy department 1S .50
Dental department ....... 72 2.011

Easter Sunday, April 10
Some of the articles you want for Easter Sunday wear.

Don't put off buying
Your Easter Suit until the last
day. Buy it early, so any little
alteration can be made. Our
Suits and Top Coats at $15.00
and $18.00 are correct in fabric,
style and price.
Men's Modish Neck Dressings
All the pretty patterns and
colorings that give a natty ap-
pearance to the wearer are here.
All shapes 50c.

You'll want a Hat
You'llwant it right in style and
price. You can't go wrong if
you buy an imperial, $3.00. If
you don't want a stiff hat, ,we
have plenty other styles.
Men's Gloves
The new glove for spring is the
Slate Suede-well made, meant
for dress, not for driving.
Also plenty of Tan andI Red
Shades, $1.00, $1.50.

Total University .,.....3, 4
School of Music . .. 13
HighsSchool.7. 7
Others.....

.40
.20
2.03

Total ........... ,589 100.00
This represents only the books issued
at the delivery desc, an average of 600
per day, and does not include she books
placed in the reading room for free
use, nor those used is the seminaries
and laboratories. -
Average largest number of readers

t~0lVA ll "A~k. -- *IM1.'I Ui

in the reading roo- at one time (be-
tween 9 and 10 a. so.) was: Men, its;
women, 80; total, 185. Total number of
checks in men's cloak room for the
week oas 2,546, an average of 424 per
day. Add three-quarters of this num-
her for women readers, 318, and the re
suit is an average of 742, to which might
be added for the seminaries 258, mak-
ing as estimated average of 1,000 read-
ers and visitors in the general library
per da. Fine COnfections
Eon Bons and
NOTICE. Chocolates.
All persons having Michiganensian
s ubscription books are asked to hand
them to the member of the Michigan- 200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
ensian board from whom they received
them. E. GEISMER, Bus. Man. 316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
LOST-A small bunch of ks sat the
Forty Club Friday night. Finder will - INTERCOLLEGIA
be rewarded by leaving the same at
the Psi UJ House. COTR1L
472-47E
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
lahers of the CAP
FRATERNITY STATIONERY, . Of chlcago, U. o
sylvasie, Harcarc
BADGES OR PINS Class con-tractsyaspci
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,C a
237,239,241Woodard Ave..Detroit. C u b M I st B
Designs and estimates furnished on all (lork
of this kind, 'sse .s .L

o MUSICAL!
Mel Gillespie, teacher of Mandolin, Ban o
and Guitar. Instructor in the University
School of Music. 18 years experience as
a teacher.rCall 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, 331E. Liberty St., Ann Ar-
sor Mich. All husinessconfidential. Hours.
8to11:30a. m. and 1to3:30and7to W9Am.
Joseph C. Watts.
Bargains in Secone-hand Watches and Dia-
monds.
ATE BUREAU OF ACADEMIC COSTUME,'
L 1B EN.ARD1.
8 Broadway, Albany, N. Y.
's and Gowns, to University of Michigan,
of Minneota, Cornell, Lehigh, U of Penn-
Yale Princeton,C olumbian, Williams,
Aawr, etc.
aity.
g e Free -c o

IBOY S
SPRING VACATION is coming
soon. Don't go home with a big
trunk, but buy your Dress Suit Case,
Valise, Telescope or Travelling Bag.
--AT--
A. TEUFUL,
307 sOUTH MAIN STREE
Fine Line of Goods and Low Pr ces.

There will be a meeting of the senior
literary class in Room C this afternoon
at 4:15. All seniors should turn out as Athens =Theatre
this will be an exeremely important
meeting. The question of class memor-
ial will again be considered. This mat- O $IN
ter was discussedat considerable length The Japanese Musical Operetic
and in quite a heated manner at the Comedy,
last class meeting and no decision was*
reached. In addition to this the cla tax
-ill be considered and an important T
asnnouncement by President Simons
will be made with reference to the caps Ri CDAY ,7AP 5' $.&
and gowns. The importance of.this -
meeting demands the presenc'e of every PRICES: 25c, 50C, 75C, $I,

Ve 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 SEASON-that is till end of semester at
ONE DOLLAR. Leave name and money at Daily office,
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