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June 08, 1898 - Image 2

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) durin
the College year, at
OicsE: Times building, M9 S. Main St
Telephone (New State) 1S9.
J. F. TeoMAs,'00 L.
O. H. H ANs,'00 L.
H, B. SKILLMAN,098 L., Athletics.
E. L. GESMEn, '3 L G. D. HIdUNUTT, '00
T. R. Woonnow, '8 F. ENOELAxn, '98
F. D. EAMA,'00 R. S. DANOx TH,'
P. W. JoNEs, '99. C. H. LUND, '00 M.
A. H. McDoUALL, '01 E.
The sbscription price of the Daily is 20
for the colee year, with a regular deiver
before noon each day. Notices, communica
tions, and other matter intended for pblica
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be
lore 58p.m., or mailed to the editor before
p. in., of the day previous to that on whic
tev are expected to appear.
Subsripion may be left at The Dail
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with Business Nanager. Suberibers will con
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office asn failure of carriers to deliver paper
What It Costs to Attend the U. of M.
The following expense accounts,
showing the cost of a year of residence
at the University of Michigan, will be
of interest at the present time to mem-
bers of the graduating classes of tMich-
igan high schools. They are furnished
by students who are enrolled in the lit-
erary department. The first gives the
actual expenses of a young man in his
sophomore year, omitting the cost of
clothing and transportation:
Matriculation fee .................$ 10 00
Annual fee .....30 00
Student supplies, books and sta-
tionery ... ... 20 00
Board for 36 weeks at $2.00 per
week ......72 00
Room rent at $1.00 per week for
36 weeks.. . . ..... 36 00
Lights .......................... 5 00
Subscriptions, entertainments,
etc. .... ..9 00
Laundry and washing ............13 00
Incidentals1.... 32 00
$207 00
The second statement gives the ac-
tual expenses of a young woman in her
junior year:
Matrticulation fee ................$ 10 00
Annual fee... . . ... 30 00
Board at $2.50 per week for 36
weeks . . .... . 90
Room rent at $1.50 per week for
36 weeks ...................... 54 0
Washing ....... .... . .12 5
Books................. 212 62
Stationery, stamps, etc.3..... . 10 00
Entertainments, etc. ............ 12 13
Doctors and dentists ....... . 10 1
incidentals ..... 13 00
$255 46
Military at Other Colleges.
h stdents at the

oi foot towardtthe organization of a
horse battery, to consist of 3 and 1-2
inch guns and about 175 men. The men
g will be all mounted either as troops
or on the battery horses, which are six
. to each gun. There are few such bat-
teries in the army and the government
is anxious to augment the numbers.
A company of Minute Men has been
organized at Brown University, and
Pres. Andrews has stated his determin-
ation to accompany them in the event
8 of their being called.
The entire number of university
alumni and students of Syracuse, who
are members of the 41st separate com-
pany of National Guards, have volun-
y teered their services for the Spanish
In the far west, at Leland Stanford,
a company has been organized with the
object in view of gaining a knowledge
of military tactics.
Three hundred undergraduates are
drilling daily at Princeton. Their ser-
vices are to be tendered to the Presi-
dent in case they are needed.
Illinois, Iowa and other Western col-
leges also have their companies of stu-
We have decided to go out of the
bicycle business and will dispose of
the wheels we have on hand at factory
prices. WAGNER & CO.,
123 S. Main street.
To stick Rubber use MAJOR'S RUB-
BER CEMENT. Beware ! ! Don't
take a substitute._
GOOD BOATING up the river. Boats
to rent day and evenings at U. of M.
boat house, foot of N. Main st. tf
Lost-A pair of eye-glasses. Reward
if returned to 6008 Madison st.
'99 and '00 Dent will play off the pro-
tested game at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
The '99 management request every:
member of '99 to be on hand and root.
237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
Designs and estimates furnished on alliwork
of this kind.

Ne9liaee Shirts
Straw Hats
Blue Serge Coats
Crash Suits
Here in abundance. Thin things that keeep you cool-pretty
things, good things, things that are cheap.
Straw Hats::::::::
Soft and stiff brims, rough and split braids, high and low
crowns-all this season's style.
Negligee Shirts::::::-:::::::
There's what you want if you want good things. Thin,
cool, stylish and pretty.
50c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
for a Summer cruise
NEW STEEL. The Greatest Perfee-
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Far teips per week Btnee . r rayand Dy and ghtS erve r tten
edo, Detroitand Mackinac Clgeilirand DETROIT AND CLEVEAND
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PETosaEY, "nTn see,"xanrnUTTE Put - in - Bay S rih., e. $ ,stO,r,.. 51.
AD DLtTl. and Toledo. conenetions are mdes nt ceven ith
LOW saTs 5to ir sreqnxes aekna dri t utans, ifrn pisnts Si-c s s.iuth
Ktr,isl ,glu ei, andsOIl. r ac,.a.d Sosh-u a:dass. tosssisil pss
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Makers of the caps and GOWNS, to University of Michigan,
U. of Chicago, U. of Minnesota, Cornell, Lehigh, U. of Penn-
sylvania, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbian, Williams,
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Class contracts a specialty.
"The U. of M. Daily, "Its columns are al-
which, by the way, is one ways filled with hoice
of the best advertising University news."-
mediums in Ann Arbor." Washtenaw Evening
-Detroit Tribune. April Times Editorial, April
3, 1898. 8, 1898.

Some time ago Me JU~iaCl
University of Pennsylvania held an en- Acm e Bicycles !
thusiastic demonstration in favor of
Cuba. A procession of over eight nun- 18 lDELS-HIGIIEGRADE.
dred students, headed by the University Same grade as agents sell for $75.
band, marched to Independence Hall We have no agents but sell direct
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members and patriotic tunes by the Sent for catalogue.
At Yale,a movement has been placed 102main St. Elkhart Ind.

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$35 weekly.
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