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February 27, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

aOweIhed Dally (Sundy excepted) during
he Colet vear, at
THE UW1IVEfSIY OF MICHIGAN
a:Timesr building, 7 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty ad lWilliam St.
H INAGING EDITOR
J. F. TOAS, 97.
BUSINESS MAN EP.
. I. E1AN, '.
E[ITORlS
E. L. GanoniE, 'S L. F. S. SmoN, 'i8.
F. M. Lona, '1. IB. B. SILLMANs, '58 L.
H. H. COuwax. '9. BULE LA, '0.
C. M. DEN, Si. Athletic Editr.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
SW. X. HIlhes, '1. . XW. Smith, '7.
F. A. Iulci, 'aS. I. A. Campbell, '00
XW. P. Moirrill, '5. G. D. Hdnutt, '.
A. M. Smith, '5. C. Lull, jr., 99.
The subcrpian price elte Duly is x'7..50
fr tte cllege year, wit a reglar deliery
before ne each du. Ntics, emmuela-
line,aned otermatte intended tr publia
tine mut be handed in at the Daily iecbe-
fue8 p i., or ua ailed In the editr befare 1
p. i., of the day preioustoi that n which
then are expected tappatr.l
Suscriptians may be left at The Daily
office, Meyrex at Stalet's Nestad, or
with iBuiness Manager Sucriers ill ra-
ter a favoreby reprtinta pompty at thin
office avfailure ofcarriers todeliver pape.
Adelphi MetiE Tunsday.
On Tuesday, Mari 2d, at S p. i.'
there wiii be a neeiig hld ii Adilphi
iiaii, Xwhih has recently been itprov
ed in. maiiy respets. Thec program
which is to b' presented uwil be pen-
eii withi iiasic by ie Adepil Quare
andi wi~il on ie in faqlicv:
Preenain f Gavel, W. B. iarri-
Stil; Prssident'n lnatigntrai Adres,
H. J. MeCrear; debae. "Resoavet,
That withinl 10 yeri' debaing will
hold a m'ore poirnlent plc' in iitr-
calegiale i'ntests1dtha naoball, f-
irillalive, T. B. Jonsnon, C. iB. bun,.y;
nlegativeA. J. Hlnland and .1. Lele
F rench.
Y. M C. A. Tomorrow
.l. 1. .ohslcu, of tin De:1t
-nieni of IHisory, will talk before [lit
Dniverily YOng Aen' Cliiisian AS-
sediation, Suny afternoia lt
oaciack. Th'e stbjet will be 'tibsor-
ical Aspectsof elEigin. All mvit-
tion is extruded 'In li Univeriy len
to attend this ineeting and aina to
imke use of the asocitian resis in
Sackett Hal.
Y. M. C, A. Cnvntion.
'The 2,1b atnui cnvenin of the
Miichigan Yunig AMena Chritia Aso-
ciatioix in being held this week at
Owosso. Thle university Y. A. C. A
is represented 'by eight delegaes, in-
cluiding the ptesidetaind generaisec-
retary and in also repesented o lbe
lirogrea by Mir. Gilhrist, who pre-
sides at the clege Cnference.
bast-Wednesday evenig between
fbn. Cngregaioal church anti Corn-
well Place, a pair of godbowed spec.
tacles. The finder will lbe rewarded
if be will leave thom at N. 7 Con-
wiel lace.
nat-An open-faced ilver watch On
campius. Return to J. B. W'ombacer,
No. 7 Volland St. tfive do1as reward..

Church Services Tomorrow.
First At, E. Chrch, B. L. McElroy,
P'astor.1:30 a. i., geeral class; 10:30
a. il., sermon; 3 p. in., farewell service
In Evangelists; :311 p. ia., Epwothb
Eragie; 7:30 p. ia., last Evagelistic
service conducted by Mr. Poter, sjwc-
inl solos by Mr. Miller.
Church of Christ, S. Universiy _ve.
lir Stale S., wi.AI. Forest, Pastor.
10:30 a. i., sermonl, subject, "A Dty
of the Converted; 12 in., Sunday
school; :30 p. in,,Y. 1. S. C. E.; 7:30
it. u., sermlon, subtjct, "Led by Ill.
Spirit."
St. Androwsechlurch, Rev. Henry
Thtlnek, Itetor, 1Rev. bli-irv P. tMr-
tn. assistanit. :30 a. ii., Holy Coin1-
llutllol; 10:0 a .,li.mloninig payer,
litany anld sermion; 13 in., PaishuStill.
doys school, PBible (losses lanil Cnirm-
ation v'Sllll; 3 p. 11., Mission Suday
sehools at Geddis and Foster': 4:311
p. 1m. meeting of Brthleloo of S.
Andrew; 7:31) p. ii., eveninig praye-
intlsermon~l.
tluitairil Chulrch,1Rev. J .1.1.Suder
lanid, Pastor-(10:30.in 1. oingill se-
vice, sermon by 1ev. A. i. Jeitngs,
of Toledo, who exchanges wib li.,
Sunidllrlltnds; 12 i., Mrs. Slnderlads
Biblle Cass and the Snlday School;
to 4 p. ii., free relding rooil pei;
0:30 ip. il., Young People's 'Religos
Union meets; 7:30 I.11n., sog service.
The quaaret will be assiseid by Aiis
Flore KochbndllMss Fraincis tL yor
A short address will le givein ly' 11v.
Mr. Jeiinings.
Dr. A. B. Prescntt, deii of teles-
pailment of pal raiy at the Iniver-
sityIwill on Sunday at 12:1 p. 11. at
the Presbyterian church bgii a
course of three lettres uploi Clrisin
represenitative men in science: I-terst,
l.armty, tbe Trth Finder;"50e511,
"SilĀ°limain, as ae l'lic teachr;'' third,
'Josiah P. Cooke.,,, s a University
.laau."
ENGLISH Ii lSTORtY.
Three oires will be offered in 1E11-
itsli History dulrinig the second semes-
ter. () a course iii the prillellles of
Enlglishi iislr, Mondays, Wednes-
daysatelJ 'cloek, 'ModemnHistory
and Politics." t2) P'Meice corse ill
1110 English iReformation,wihi seiai
attention to the CorisbIRising 0f
1498, aud the characers oft Wlsey
andi Cronmwell. (3) Sudies ii the ll:
tory of Englishi historical wvriiug, the
Illnalilte lisoriaiis, the moslern his-
terirlall,-Fr 1eeuan, Froude, Aacaulay.
One hour. W. L. JOHINSTON.
MUSI C.
The course in AMuial Criteis itl)
will be cotinued tie second s'meser
:s a one hour course. Ciical stluy
of repreienative cioral 01nd1syl-
phonic wrks iwili be made. Stdens
desirion of taing Slin Curse will
meet Monday, March lt, lRooimC, at
:30 r 3 p. in. The hour will le ar-
ranged by consulation.
A. A. STANLEY.
Everything to please at Prettyman's.
Good hoard, good service, and the .
of M. Daily on the ale to keep you
poisted -ott what in going on at ime
great university.

"AND DO YOU KNOW?"
you ought to attend the performance of Wi.
Gillette's .Comedy,
......BY THlE.....
U. OFM. COMEDY CLUB
FOE THE ENEFIT OF THE
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION AND THE FRUIT AND FLOWER MISSION
Grand Opera Houise, March 6th.
Tihckets on sale with directors of the Athletic
Association and State St., Stores. Reserved
Seatsat Sheehan's Saturday, February 27th. "
PRICES: 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.OO,
THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Thy ats'LntOF___in~ ons
Imperial Quartet-------------------- ------------ March 12
Oratorical Contest-----------------------------____March 18
Ex-President Harrison------------------------_ __ __ _ _ _March 22
Lucius Perry Hills--------------------- ------------ April 2
John Kendrickflargs--------------------____-----April 13
G9ENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $1.00
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS 1.2
SING+LE ADMI,1SSION no0
EXCEPT
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