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May 14, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERZiiTY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) dune
the College er, at
TE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orraci: Tes building, 21 S. Male S
Telephone (New State 10.
MsANAGING EDITOR
J. F. TOoMAs, 'B L.
BUSINESS MSANAER
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EDITORS
IH, B. SatiMA.ua,'8 L., Athletics.
_ E L. GiImm, 9 L T. i. Woosow,95
F. RExosnnAa, '98. F. D.REAMAN, '00
t. D. Huimu ~, '00 1R. S. DAFOronv,90
P. W. JONES, '99. C. H. LN, '00 M.
A. H. MCDOGALL, 01 E.
The subscription price o1 the Daily is $2.5
for the college year, with a regulai delivey
before noe each day. Notices, comunica-
ions, and other matter Intedd for pblica
tion msbe anded is at the Daily office be-
fore 8 p. m., o mailed to the editor before 3 h 2vi. ea peiu o-hto hc
Sbe iosmay e left at The Daily
Office, Mees tcs Nwtno
with Business M1anager. Subribers will con-
fer a ar by reporting jprmptly at this
office awe failure of cariers o deliver paper
REGENrso MEETING.
(Continued from hirt pge).
of War Alger nd the surgeon-general
thanking the regens for the offer Of
the tniversity hopital io ae of
necesity.
The superintendents of toe stoe asy-
loms were appoite specal lecturer
spon mntal Botootos. Thee getle-
men will five one or more specil lec-
tures each, the Uiverity paying their
expenses while here. Dr. H. B. Baker,
of Laning, secretary of the tte
oard of health, woo appointed specal
lecturer on the administrationl of the
health lawo under the ame conditions.
Doctor Prescott, Freer and Vaug.oti
were eclosen ao a comittee to award
the Parke, DavisoR& Co. $500 fellowship
i general chemistry.
New York Alumni. ,;2
- Thec idea prevails tht alumni of tht
University of Michigano almost never
same together in any numbs ecept
in what is commonly know 00 The
West." Probably few people have any
idea that New Yort City ontairs many
L.. of M. men. Bt it does. And that
some of them at least are loyal to Ama
mtater has just een demostrated.
On Tuesday evening, April 19th, four-
teen U. of M. men came together for an
iiforma dinner at a Hungarian res-
taurant in Second avenue, and enjoyed
the reunion so thoroughly that the
then and there decided to make tie
gathering a monthly occurrence and to
ral the meeting. an "'Ann Arbor
Round Table." The suggestion for te
gathering was mae by Henry W. Web-
her, '4. of No. 150 Nssau street. and
only a few notices :were hurriedly sent
out. Those who were present were
Lewis S. Pildur '0; Lawrec A. Be-
Louth 87; Pomeroy Ladue, '90; Henry
W. Webber.94; G. w. Harris. '94; J.
Halsey Mallory. '91;,.Edmnd Block, '9;
L. Barton Case. '5; W. Roy Clayton.
95; Israel Ludlow, '95; Elmer B. Lane,
'95; Mron W. Neal. '9; F. C. Cheston
'97; Roy H. Hardy, '9.
During the dinner the U., of M. yell
Was given twie with a will and loud

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vociference equally to the amusement
and amazenment of the two hundred
or Bore people in the restaurant. Our
yell aroused a handful of Yale mesn,
who answered with their yell. And in
torn they were responded to by a table-
ful of Columbia students. For a few
minutes it was a lively yelling match-
and "U. of H., Hah, Halo!" was the
strongest.
Owing to the fact thfat Diao College
hoas two big games on the present trip
they have cancelled their date with
Michigan for this afternoon. At some
little expesse Manager Kieth has been
able to secure the Michigan Agricultur-
a1 College team for a game. This team
is a strong one, ranking about even
with Oivet, who gave us such a close
game a s hort time ago. The price of
admission has been reduced to 25 cents
and a good game can be eapected.
The American Book Company will
publish a French book in prose com-
position this summer, written by Victor
E. Francois.

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ALL THE 'LATEST NOVELTIES IN
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SEE OUR WINDOW.

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...FIETAILORING..
Our line of Spring Woolens is now complete, embracing all tioe swell-
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Our garments wherever seen will he appreciated and pronounced by
critics as strictly correct.
We respectfully invite your inquiry.
We do only a flue trade.
We carry but one patterr of a novelty in stock.
Garments hearing our label pressed gratis.

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Sendto
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SUMMER LAW LECTURES
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGoINIA.
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Ses materials, Sperh finish. ight
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3, 1898. 8, 1898.
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