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May 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.
Orrres: Times building, 329 S. Main St.
Telephone (New State) 189.
MANAGING EDITOR _
J. F. ToMAs, 00 L.
BVSINESS MANAGER
.9H. HANS, 10 L.
EDITORS
H, B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics.
E L. GIER, '98 L T. R. WOonnow, '98
F. ENoBHARD, '8. F. D EAA, '00
G. D. HUDNUTT,'00 R. S. DANORTH, 98
P. W. JONEs, '99. . B. LUND, 000.
A. H. MDocaALL, '01 E.
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noo each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and othermat r intended ur puc
pulc-tion inset be handed in at the Daily ofice be-
lore 8 p. m., or mailed to the editor before 3
. ein, rg thedaypavrioousrto that on which
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newtand, or
with Business Manager. Subcribers will coo-
ler a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriersso deliver paper
The first edition of the Michiganen-
siani s meeting the success it deserves,
and sthe first edition will soon be e-
boousted. That this yor's annual is
the acme of college journalism is the
unanimous verdict of all who have seen
the book. Every student in the Univer-
sity should have a volume as a mo-
.mento of his college life.
George P. McCallum, who completes
his course in the law department of the
University this spring, will, rumor says,
be a candidate before the republican
representative convention of the Delta
district this spring. Mr. McCallum is
an able young man. His republicanism
is unquestioned, he is a forceful speak-
er, and would be, if nominated and
elected, an honor to the district. No
better choice could be made. The Delta
delegation would not hesitate to vote
for him in the convention-Manistee
Pioneer-Tribune.
Eight students have graduated from
the Univerity, fourteen partially help-d
ed through and seven are now in at-
tendance, by the aid of the Detroit'
Alumni High School Scholarship fund
at a total cost of $6,424.17. Of the
amount loaned to students, $1,075,35 has
already been paid back.
Prof. Fred L. Ingraham has resigned
his position in the Normal faculty in
order to return to the University, where
he will complete his literary course next
year, and then enter upon the praice
of law. Mr. Ingraham has been a
strong force in Normal affairs, and his
many friends will bid him Godspeed
In his new work.-Ypsilantian.
The official program for the May Fes-
tival, just from the press, is a valuable
souvenir of the May Festival of '98.
It contains 48 pages and a complete A9-
bretto of the "Flying Dutchman," also
Verdi'i Requiem, the latter in both Lat-
in and English. It also contairs good
cuts of all the soloists and also of the
composers ,whose music is rendered..J
Eveybody will want an offici pro-.
gram this year. Prof, Stanley is to be
congratulated upon its beauty and real
worth.

Reads Y5our Life.
Palmist Isabel Hartness is located at
the Cook House, and is a fellow df the
Chirological Society of London, Eng.
Palmistry is a science, recognized by
the entire world as the only true meth-
od of life reading. Among her many
widely, known patrons at Saratoga
Springs were Consul-General and.,Miss
Fitzhugh Lee, Mrs. McKee, of the
White Ilouse, Bishop Newman, Rev.
Campbell, Fair Dean of Omaha, Sa-
mantha Allen, Hetty Green, Roland
Reed, Isadore Rush, and others. 9
a. m. to 10 p. m. Will entertain even-
ings by appointment.
ANOTHER SPECIAL TRAIN TO IS-
LAND LAKE.
Owing to the belief that permission
would not be granted to visit the boys
in Camp Eaton, many did not go to Is-
land Lake last Sunday who wished to
do so. The Ann Arbor Railroad has
therefore decided to run another spec-
ial train to Island Lake on Sunday
next, May 8th, at 9:15 a. m., returning
from the lake at 5 p. m. Fare for the
round trip, 75 cents. Children under
12, 40 cents. J. J. KIRBY,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
NOTICE.
Parties having table board or rooms
to rent during the Hay Festival wiii
please leave address at the School of
Music.
IF YOU WANT TIIE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR PINS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designs and estimates furnishedon all work
o1 thss k.nd.
#Athens nTheatre#

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We carry but one patterr of a novelty in stock.
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