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May 03, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSI'TY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College ear, at
THE UIVESITY OF MIGIGA
f3FCtTeephone (New Sate) 189. t
MIANAGINGI EDITOR
J. F. THomAS, '85 L.
IUSINESS MIANAERR
. H. HANS 1H0IL.
EDITORS
H, . SKtILLMlAN..'8 L., Athletics.
E. L. flSail, 9 L 'T. RHWODWos, '9
F. ENOEnsoAS, '99, F. D AMAN, 'OS
G. D. IIIDNUTT, 'tO I. . DANOTH, '98
P. W. IDISS, '99. C. H. LUND, '001.
A. H. MocDOUALL, 'St H.
The subcription price of the Daily is 5.0
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communca-
ions, ad other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daly office be-
foe 0 p.i., or mailed to te editor before 3
p.mi., ofa te idyre ious to that on which
Sbscriptionu may b ea left at The Daily
office, Meyer's or Stoffet's Newtand, or
with B'usises sanager. Subribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office ane failure of carriersi'S deliver paprr
Summary of Students For 197-98
(Continued from First Page.)
o a Ao .0
Oho -----48 9 153 8 19 9 91
Iniaa ----23 2 5 431 _n2 5 o7 ,98
Neichigan...897 411 1549 31 1417 181
Penlnslania184119 17 1 1 0 1 38
Oionsdn_ 7 4 1 13 7 2 9 4910
aifora...4-211192 .. 7-3.34
Slissouri . 2s 61 41 28_.. 1 2 2 88
Colorado. 9 3 1 10 2 2-- 1 20
Kfetuchy _: 7 1 3 51_ _.-_ 2
-Minnesota _ 1_1x 3 3 2 8._ 2
Kansas.1-- 1 1 11 ._ 1 1
Nebraska _-. 3.22 1 2.--- 1
Utahb..... 1 5.. 12--_ 1 1 1
Montana --- 3 - 2 9.1 5
Wasinaon I3--- 1 71_ . 1
North Daoa -- 2 5----- 1 8
Oregon----- 1... 1 6- -5 - -
Texas------ 1 .--- 4 --
Net Virginia1 1 1 41
M~aine-.-----1 31 2-- 7
Stoe sland.. 212--'-7
Vermont.--- 1 1 3 2- ---
New Jersey- 3 -- 1 1.- 1.--- 6
'~enneoee 2.---2 2 - 6-
New H'pshire 2 ... 2 1--- --- 5
-Olab'ma Tee --.'.. 1 : - 1
Wysming--- 4 --- 1...... 5
Connectiut_._ . I -.- .
Soulb Dakota 1 .--- 8- -..-
Alabama ---1'-. .2-- -
Arkansas---- 1 .--- 2--- -
Di. Columbia --. 1 1 --" ---- 3-
Georgia .-- - - 1 2---- ----- 3
Indian Te. .- ----- 2 3
tImsisippi - ..-- 1---- -
. Carolina . . I-- - -
Florida...-. I..]1--- - -
Maryland-.. 1.9 - - -- 2
N. Caroina. ..I - -
Virginia .--"- -.-- 11. - - -I "
Alasa----
Arzona.-- .
Idaos.... - - -- - -
.L uiiana _.. - - - -
New IMeico 1 .-------- - -
Ontario. 1....1. 4 4 6 2 20
Japan . 2 1...1 .---
Grmany. . . . . ---- - - - 2 2
Itexice . I. . . .I--
- }ritCsiumba.. ---" 1. ..- - -- 1
England.....1..
hlawaianll...1..
'ro. Quebec. . 1..
Turkey . . .--- 1 . ..--" ---- 1
-Total. 11.._10 72 409 741 79 55 221089 229
Tei. With Sain.
The following veres were written
by H. L. Miller, a former Michigan Stu-
dent and at present of the corps of in-
structora of Egiewood High School.
They are very Pat at the preent time
and their sel inent is undoubtedly
ared by the student body:
MARCHING THROUGH CDA.
Bring the god old bugle boys, we'll
sing another strain,
Hong it in remembrance of the "sailors
o the-M aine,

Sing it with a spirit that forebodes no ALL THlE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
good to Spain,

jWhile we go marching fllrough Cuba.
Chorus-
Hurrah! Hurrah! we bring the jubilee:
Hurrah! Hurrah! the flag that sets her
free;
Tlhe Stars and Stripes shall float upon
the Caribbean Sea,
While we go marching through: Cuba.
Fiom Haracos to the shoses of the I
Guadiana Hay,
.We will fill the Spanish soldiery with
bullets and dismay,
And sweep the cursed. tyranny of Span-
ish role sway,
While we go marshing through Cuba.
When we've paid the debt to Spoin) fore
which we're in arrears,
When we're even for the lies, the
cruelties and tears,.
Spanish will predominate below fur
forty years,
When we have traveled through Cuba.
Lot-A long diamond-shaped pmn, set
with rubies and pearls and having the
letters D. C. L., .'97, on it. Return to
H. T. Berger, 1130 Washstenaw ave., and T
receive reward.
NOTICE.
The '98 baseball candidates will re-
port at the gymnasium at 4 o'clock this
afternoon (Monday).
H. H. COOLIDGE, Manager.
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