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April 29, 1898 - Image 2

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TRE UNIVEMITYLOF MICHIOAN DAILY,

* A4~t ~ih+i
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OrE:s Tires. building, 39 S. Malo St
Telephone (New State) e89.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, '00L.
BUSINESS RANAER
o. H. BANs,'00 L.
EDITORS
H, B. SKILMAN, '98 L., Athletc.
E. ..Gmoosls, '3 L . B, Wooow, '53
F. ENGELHARD,9'3. F. D. EAMAs, '00
0.D. HUDNUrT, '00 ,. S. DANFOrTH, '98
P. W. JoNEs, '99. C. H. LUND, '00 M.
A. H. McDoUaALL,'01 E.
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before coooo each day. Notice, comonica-
tions, and othermatter intended for poublca-
ion mot he haded in at the Daialy office be-
ore d p. in., or mailed to the editor before
p. in.. of the day previos to that on which
they are expected to a pear.
Sobscrption may be left at The Daily
Offie, Meyer'o or Stofleto tNewtand, or
with BusinessNlanager. Subcrlbersowill con-
ler a favor by reporting promptly at this
office an failure of carriersto deliver paper
Alumni Will Bancuet.
The University of Michigan Alumni
Association is sending out circulars for
the purpose of increasing its member-
ship and to find out whether its mem-
bers want a banquet. If the replies in-
dicate that the banquet is desired by
the members, notice will be immediate-
ly sent out stating the exact date and
other details. Associate members may
procure tickets for, this banquet on
payment of $4. It is proposed to enter-
tain the Acting-President and such oth-
er members of the faculty as may ac-
cept their hospitality. Invitations will
also be sent to men of prominence who
will be invited to deliver short speeches
on this occasion.
The following information concerning
the association is reprinted from the
circular in the hope that it may be of
interest to Michigan students:
This society is divided into three
classes: Life members, regular memn-
hers and asociate members.
Any one is eligible to membership
who has studied one year in the Uni-
vrsity of Michigan.
Associate members pay one dollar in-
itiation fee and one dollar per year
lues. They are always welcome at all
the meetings of the association, but are
not entitled to vote.
Regular members pay $5 initiation fee
and $5 yearly dues, which entitles them
to vote on all questions and to a seat
at the yearly banquet.
Life members pay $50, which covers
initiation fee and all subsequent dues,
and entitles them always to a seat at
the banquet, and to all the privileges f
the association, and to vote on all mat-
ters pertaining to it.
An associate member may become a
regular member at any time by paying
the fees of that class of membership,
and is entitled to purchase a ticket for
the banquet, if he desires.
The object of having three classes of
membership must be apparent to all.
By this arrangement every one can
identify himself with this association,
and take such active part in its man-
agement as he may see lit.
A smker is generally held just be-

fore the football game, which takes
place on Thanksgiving day, and other
greetings of this kind may be called
when favorable opportunity demands.
To Organize a Batallion.
. Last night, in spite of the rain, four-
teen squads of men came out and
drilled for half an hour in front of the
gym. Each drillmaster took a squad
of eight men and put them through a
few simple formations. Another drill
well be announced soon and no doubt
many more will turn out.
After squad drill, the drillmasters as-
sembled in the law building and elect-
ed a committee of five, consisting of the
following students: McConkey, chair-
man, Blanchard, Galbreith, Nelson and
Day to superintend and effect the or-
ganization of a battalion. The commit-
tee will meet drillmasters in front of
gym. at 5 o'clock Friday evering for
officers' drill. Squad drill for all stu-
dents will be resumed at 6:45. All de-
siring to join the organization be on
hand at the time stated.
The Daily has one set of the Warn-
er's "Library of the World's Best Lit-
trature" whichc an be bought cheap.
A fine offer, as the rate of the set has
gone up since the club offer was with-
drawn a few weeks ago. Address Bus.
Mngr. Daily at once.
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