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March 04, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-03-04

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sudays excepted) during
the Collet vear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Tr1E:'imes building, 79 S. Maia St. be-
iweeen Liberty and William St.
.At IN MiNG EDITOR
J1 .TRCAS, 9.
IliSINEoiS )IANAER
0. 11. GAs, '8.
EDITORS
. L. GOcixoRc, 'ISL. . S. Iox, 'I
F. M. Looxis, '8. H. B. SKILLA', 'I L.
I1. 11. Douse, '9. BcTELAB, '0
C. NI. GEN, 91, Athletic Editor.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. . I.Ilughes, 'I. S. I. Sioli, 'x.
F. A. Fei, 'lE. I. A. Campill, '0
I. P. Mrrill, '9. G. D. Iludut, '00.
A. M. Smit, '7. c. Li, i. SI A.
Thexsubsripionxprice oflihe Daily i q"20
for the college yer, with a ,eglr deliery
eore eoc each dv. Notic, e comnixce a-
ions, ad termatintixIeded lee pblic-
tiox mut be hacided i at, he Daily offiebe-
fxrx a p. ., or nailed 10 the edtoe beorer3
p. i., of the day prvous to hat ox which
thew are expected toxaxpior.
Suscriptions may be cift lt The Dily
Oflice, Ieyre or teilet's Neetd, tr
with iBusiesoilulaier ubrieexowillc-
fer a favor by reprtiiic pomply at the.
office xxx failre ocariers tu dceaer paper.
The patt ithIls'yunglaies'oof
ill) anti 100 ooki inte Feclli.
Siopoielio'indoor Iet last Strdcay
y iosicl hi' tkeni as a viltabe becilc
cult toerte college ants to folow iii
the futuroeei oler like eveits. If i
culid betne:ill iieisiabeleleison
in ceebinlatlticievexnctl foe the col-
lege gls tn ake aniiatie ilacest hy
sitiesinigIte conesIs an iiiesent-
lg etioieeiixt1o it'e sihwines ii
wiuldlcaitdigrealy ino1110 inlresinii
thiose ivenits ani to the ilecliivi' io
wi. Iinerolege iitleis iii" cinly
poisible' ri'ard fci e loniig 1 anilg
that is ieessar- fileathlees io go
lrongl, i thle hollr that colors bli
wiiiiig, surly such ai aliriieiloni
by the ldieo would dd iiiieli itie
Sml honol~r Wci 110,p1101t1 ourall-
ite.
acc'ountlof ie worhig of Ithe onr
systemn of exionililox sviewei by
vrilouisprofeseors wxsei i'lasiescarcii.
red onteirh 'examinti nshl'iin 'this
naii'c-. IJudging frontileinall
theroe lri'eid, iti'he 11lan S BIgoS tse-
eosfuil bthiin to iiciaeee of lii"
iwork (liiie aldin thei lltioaieffect
wiiilil i ecsarily ipouice.It ec-
taiiily inut be .asiiirci of stisiifa-
ion fote fclchiso whichhalos tkeii Iis
imipoetint slop 0and foi' thoei 11a1-
11011101' wioiii'efotsn- tre rspnsible
teerpnttiiigctheieiieai of iliiecxs iito
tiagibe firm, 1oLnow that iiih' reeults
have Dbiei so stisfactey. rle ex-
pe'iiinico gainedl by'thisiltrial oethDe
iioi'r yseili xill e of inalable
ald tao ter clasexs whcih in tin'fii-
tiuroeimay consier ltii'aviablity ut
f'iiiowing in thic footliepii of te'9f
iiedics. At otiy' etolhe insolijudge
that Ite syteni hall011110eDo a, and
we uxcy lok oe 11s extesion to iiiher
departmlentsin the inea 'ftre.
Subscribe for the Daily.

S Bill May Be Abandoned.
'Dile Detroit Evening Ne=w;5 ef Itst
night conlaino the followeing tl of
new~s froii Laninig:
b''linilihe. boarid of conitrolof thllt
Stattc tloiliioliathic Society ileetlJeil to
ateilnipt to coecei'the regenintoii niix-
lug Itie lhomeopiiallic detlei'lliul i f the
D~niversiiy to Detroit, lt'eineiiberi
to 'laced fully '.0iper centl of thie-pioe
fecshinfoxvorecd reiuuovl. Coloecilieol.
l'- the Jlason bill, niaking thii one.
sixtlo iiill tax u valuible 01111 Ini 'eae
of relileval, m95as introduldii.
Prof'. Cilliloill, iif thei'deptin nli,
l~crsiiwctetl thii-boaril tolnimkc'<i can-
lng 75 pe'r'centlitiniifaor if 110
clilkngi', alil if thisvs to bo n 0'tue.
lii AIitisiii i llil 011libe iliiiidiiild.
Obituary,
N olos -ii oxetonivecI ye-ilelit1i9of the
deat otiof Loerein N. ,Iiiiiisin lit liouiil-I
ir, (Color'adoii.hLst Sotirdahy-morning,
It_ 2ll. Me. .Johnson ioxi isriie
Dor ill boittiyl illhs UDoicirsily 'ui Io
act.'ouiii if ill helth, i, 111tedringIc'e
ic-st year loll residedi ili (illonils.
Hei WvOa111 inifatigll'elu(nn of
liii loivin tfories if plihllt life, 11111(1011
tinivedl lleir Collecionilland usycthltit'
study il) li th lin ta full- lysof itheii
ulole ' fhis lifi'. While titcilaevi-
I iiis lto lie fioerdof ZAoii Arbour an(Il 0
othei' ways contribuii otc'0l'he isdvice.
rlenilt of itie , ull) 0Wlico lloies lilli
t (c-voli (I. ilsieliound11snceissfsii
Junior Class Social.
'1'hiiiJuioiii' lss xilii nlil is seiciiii
\ ,m11h12thii i' iiag'si. 1rii

100 SEATS STILL ON SALE. CURTAIN WILL GO UP PROMPTLY.
@@@ O'P HE O@@
rwvate Secretary
GRAND OPERA HOUSE, SATURDAY, MARCH 6TH.
ANNUAL PERFORMANCE OF THE
VNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN COMEDY CLUB.

One liuiidred seats iix tieefbest
txvo roxvs of the balony have
been reservedi for tihe perfor-
manxce of "Private Secretory"
Saturday uitht. 'These are ex-
cellent souls and are going fast.
They are 50 cent seals, and a
few teats at that price also

remain down stairs. An early
reservation, howevoi', is very
desirable, as the "stanldin~g
rooln only" sign will undoubt-
edly be put ont before the cur-
tain goes up Saturday niighlt.
The charts for the dress circle
nnd balcony seats at Sheehuan'ii.

'Ihe curtain Will be raised for "The Laceniaker" at 8:15,
sharp and no one xiii be admitted during its
performxance, as the stage xill be darkened.
Prices, 35c, 50c, 75c and. $051.OO,
"S.5, ."2 SIGN IS READY. BALCONY SEATS ARE GOOD ONES,
THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
floi St it' tm iatia'' Coik I

Imperial Quartet-

siocilehavc ix-Nacs liroeed 1o be iiir
-Oratorical Contest_____-____
si(Iesiel 0 11,1 liliulsblitiffniro aim'
his eocial u-ill undouiibtedly lieiie ex- Ex-President Harrison
cei ltioli toithi'elilt'. Ti i'c10'efr1110eLucius Perry Hillis- -
ttii, ilts '~o'n 111115.1 at $1.l0. John Kendrick Bargs-

-------__-March 12
-Marc19
-------March 22
------ April2
-,--April 13

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there to greet you each dlay, ustli all
the latest exllege nexvs.
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Spaing League Sail. fills, :Taxhs, etc.
Mlenarersxshxchd secti lee samples ind
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Golf, Cricket. Trxacad iFieldl, Gymna-
slum Fquipmet and outt . Complete
Iatauxe xi Spricgand Sumxier Sports
fire."The NametheGuaranitee."
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS .51.011
RESEEVED SEAT TICKETS 1.12

SING~LE ADMISSION

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EXCEPT
Oratorical ContesC i5c.
$1.00 $100 $1.00 8100 $1.00
$1.00 A Tremendous Slash!!!! $ 1.00
18.00 The U.o M. Daily at your room evey $1.00
day for the rest xl the cxllege year liiiroughi
$1.00 comneetwe~o ONE DOLLAR. $1.00

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ITOF M, SHAVING PARLOR acd Bath-' H DNTiO
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