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June 03, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVEIV5ITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

f1 game. A hard goose is expected tomor-
4*4 ~ I~.3 row, when Northwestern conies for the

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) dring
the Coiege ear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFICE: Timsenbuilding, 2 S. Sain St.
Telephone (ee State 19.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. IF. TnAS, 'ItL.
BUSINESS MANAGER
0, H.BANs, 'It L.
EDITORS
R. B. SuILMA, '8 L., Athletics.
F. L. nissn, 't L G. D.H DenoTT, 't
T. R.WlosoDOw, 'at F. EGEnooan, 'i.
F. D. EAan, 'It 5R. S. DasrnvOr, '50
P. W. JONES, '5. C. H. Lus, 'Ith.
A. II. tMlDOUtaoLL, '01 E..
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50
f r the college year, with a regular delivery
bfore non each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tionamusthbehanded in atsheDaliyoffice be-
fore8 p.m., or mailed to te editor before 3
p. i., of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to a ppear
Subscriptions may e left at The Daily
Office Meyer's or Stofle's Nestand, or
'ih fusisess Manager. Suberibers will con-
fer a favor by reportiag promptly at this
oftenvu failure of carriers o deliver paper.
Wiii Beome Inorporated.
'he Wontn's League has decided to
become iicorporated. At its meting
last Satrday a committee was appoint-
ed to preare the articles of association,
antd these articles will be presented oe
the members to sign Saturday mar-
intg, June th, at hal-ast nine, its the
tarbour gymnasium. Those siging the
ar tiles of a.soiation will e charter
memaers, liece all who re or have
heen active in league work and desire
to identify themsoeves with the incor-
porated society are urged to be present
at the ime stated.
Toatmatnr' Cua.
At the lot regular meeting of the
Toastmasters' Club. Chairman J. Q.
Adams, of the Arrangements Commit-
tee, reported on the matter of the an-
nua banquet to e held at Whittore
take June . Oly memisers of the
elub and their ady friends will be in-
vited. G. F. Pau. M. I. Cro~dy, .
L. Mliholland and F. E. 'theinfrnk
were admitted to mteosibeseip.
Athletic Notes.
The '9 Lits wili play the 'It Dents
this afternoon at the Athletic Grounds
at 4:001 p. mn.
"Charlie" Baird and "Pa" Heninger
wili be here tSunday to address the foot-
ball meting at the old training quar-
ters on Voland st.
College baseball games Wednesday re-
oulted as follow: Lehigh 8, Carlisle t-
dians ; Pensylvania 3, Correll 1; ar-
card 1t, Amherst 3; Princeton 14
Gergetown 3.

t is said that Notre Doume will bring
a crowd of 500 rooers here June 9 thej
sate of their return baseball game with
the 'Varsity. It sill be a good game.
October 29 has bes settled upoi as
the date of the football game between
the univesities 'of Chicago aid Pensyl-
vania. The game t-ill e layd in
P hiladelphia. The arangemnetsade
by the universities call for a return
goose at Chicago in 1900. The pas for
a series of baseball games in Chicago
this sprnse betwen tie two istittios
ase fallsntsrouh on accont of hi-
nasicial reverses.
Isadore lill, manager of lastvse's
'Varsity tack team, come in from De-
troit yeterday afternoon and aeocts-
pooled the lach team to Chicago tisi
morning.
FOOTBALL NOTISC.
All candiidates foe he footall team
for next fall arc requestedi to ued at
1237 Volland st. Sunday f tronsat 3
o'clock.
H4. T. tHEAL), Mu-7g.
J. N. F. IENNETT, Cai.
NOTICE.v
The pupils of Prof. Jonas' advanced
class will give a concert in Frieze Men-
orial Ball its Friday, Joe 3, 198. at8
o'clock. An excellent program sill b
gvet.
LOST-tn front of Deital building
pair of rimless noe glasses. Please:
leave with janitor of Dental bilding
or at 4tt . Washington street.
A young man (student) active and
willing, who knoss something about
sailing and can do his trick at cooking
can secure a paying psitiocit board
ailing yacht for the season. Address
A. M. Baynes, Bay City. 1t5
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
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BADGES OR PINS
Sendto
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2ay, l3, 21 'Woodard Ave.. Detrot.
Designs and etimatefurnshed on all sor
of this kind.
$34.50
Acmne Bicycles !
198 1fODELS-HTIGIi GRADE.

x$8.50
Special Stilt Sale !
We have selected from our stock fifteen
different patterns-every one this season's
make-made after the latest fashion, well
lined and trimmed. They are suits that we
told at $10.00 and $12.00 and are cheap at
that price. Ini order to close out the lot we
make you the above low pr ie.
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3, 189. , 1898.
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The 'Varsity baseball men hove been
Same grade as agents sell for $75.
taking only light wsrk since the D. A.
C. game. Their work the preceding We have no agents but sell direct
week was hard, and it was thought a t h ie tmnfcue' rcs
Sent for catalogue.
rest would he of benefit. Captains But-
ler is rounding to all right again, and ACME C YCLE CO.,
will be in his position in the remaining1 102 Maim St. Rlkharltad.

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