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June 01, 1898 - Image 2

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their best efforts. Every other college
* entered will send delegations. The fare
-..quoted is half the regular rate, and it

Our "Ads "

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
OricE: Times building, 329 S. Main St.
Telephone (New S-ate 19.
J. F. TnMsR'i L.
0. H. HANs,'00 L.
B, B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics.
E. L. GEIsMER, '9S L G. D. iUDNUTT, '00
T. R. Woouow, '98 F. ENcELARD, '98.
F. D. EAMAN, '00 R. S. DANFORTH, 9
P. W. JONes, '99. C. H. LND, '00 M.
A. i. MCDOUALL, '01 E.
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
b efore noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be-
toe 08p. in., or mailed to the editor before3
p. i., of the day previous to that n which
they are expected to apear.
ubscriptlons may be left at The Daily
Olice, AIeyer's or Stolet's Newstand, or
with Business Mianager. Subcribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office anv failure of carriers to deliver paper.
Baseball has not been very well sup-
ported at Michigan this year, but the
student public is to be offered an op-
portunity this afternoon to make a
practical apology. The faculty game
will be an exhibition well deserving of
the patronage of every student. The
proceeds are to be devoted to fitting
up the trophy room that '98 failed to
furnish. An opportunity is here offered
e ery deserving student to obtain his
credits gratis. And as the ladies are
not to be admitted free doubtless a
large percentage of our co-eds will be
The regular excursion will be run to
Detroit June 11, the date of the conclud-
ing baseball game and dual track games
between Chicags and Michigan. The
fare, including admission to the games,
is placed at $1.50. Reserved seats will
be on sale on and after Monday morn-
ing, June 6, at Wright, Kay & Co.'s
in Detroit, and Sheehan's in Ann Ar-
Prices-Covered bleachers, 25 ts.;
grand stand, 50 ets.; carriages, 50 cts .
for single rig, $1.00 for double rig and
$5.00 for tally-ho
If thirty or more rooters can be in-
duced to accompany the track team to
the Western Intercollegiate meet to be
held at Chicago next Saturday, a special
rate of $7.50 for the round trip will be
given, If less than thirty go the rate
will be $10.00. The team will leave Fri-
day morning at 7:30 o'clock and will re-
turn arriving in Ann Arbor at 8:00
o'clock Sunday morning. Special rates
will be given to all accompanying the
team at the Chicago Beach Hotel.
Michigan's chances for winning the
meet were never better, and the support
of a body of rooters will do much to-
ward urging the men on the team to

is hoped will be taken advantage of by
as many as can possibly do so.
Military Drill at Other Colleges.
The war spirit manifest at Michigan
has its counterpart in nearly every col-
lege and university in the country. The
few instances cited here are but ex-
amples, similar things being true of the
At Harvard, athletics, debating, lec-
tures and even courses of instruction
have been neglected to quite an extent
by the students, so great is their inter-
est in war affairs. It is reported that
over half the men in the university
have offered their services to their
country in some form or other. Among
other ideas, the formation of an rish-
American company, consisting entirely
of Irish students, is talked of.
The annual spring tournament will
commence on Friday of this week and
continue through until June 9th. Prizes
will be given to winners of first and
second places in both classes in singles
and in the doubles. Everyone must
have their entry in on or before June
2. Both classes of singles are open to
everyone who has never taken an prize
in any of the 'Varsity tournaments.
S. A. STEIN, Tennis Mngr.
503 E. Liberty st.
The last faculty concert of the sea
son will be given in Frieze Memorial
Hall on Thursday, June 2, 1898, at 5:00
p. m.
Reward and no questions asked of the
person who took a grip containing track
suits and walking shoes from grand
stand at the athletic field after the
Beloit game if he will return the same
to 925 N. University ave. The shoes
are needed at once and cannot be re-
237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designsandestimatesfurnishedon all work
of thin kind.
Acme Bicycles!
Same grade as agents sell for $75.
We have no agents but sell direct
to the rider at manufacturer's prices.
Sent for catalogue.
102 Main St. Elkhart Ind.

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