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March 09, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-03-09

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

',tliahed Daly (Sndy excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ersee- Times building, 7 S. Main St. be-
twteen Liberty and William St.
,A 1,V A O[NG EDITOR
. F. TnOMAS, 97.
BUSNESS MOANAGER
. H. HANS, '8.
EDITORS
E. L. Goesmo, '08 L. F. S. SONSt, '8.
F. M. Looms, '9. iH. . S;LUSAN, 'S L.
H. H. C'onwI, 0. BUTLER LAA, '05.
C. M. GEE, 99. Athletic Editor.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W.ICache, '9. . W. Smt,'7.
N. A. Fut, '8E. I. A. Campbell, 't0
W. P. Morrill, 'O. . D. ldnut,'il.
A. A. Smth,'i. C. Lull, j., 9o t.
The subcription price of the Daily is $2.0
for the college year, with a reglr delvery
befre noon each day. Notices, commnica-
tlions, and other matter Intended for publica-
tion mut be handed in at the Daily offiec be-
fore S p. i., or mailed to the editor before 8
p. i., of the day prevos to that on which
they are expected to apear.
Subsriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, biyr's or Stoiets Newstad, or
with Bnsiness Mianager Suberiber will cos-
fee a faor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to dousver paper.
TileVesper erices tis semeae
hove been excellent and hve, cose-
quenly beeni well atenided. Itt.c'-
ligioti soevices to itseytiiitse,
iterie trecives recogniton. Prof.
Stnley-aboiy cocci sockkottcceededi
in arranging salprogrami foc the unui-
cal pat of a-colrs that is taeli woit
going to liear. 'Pitsprogramnortoeto-
cay's sectices i in'-teini another
ct'inn.
The lhist ianniart Monttsy, f
Phliadlephia, in an editoial in it ast
nnumtbec favoing eioval of thelshoe-
opathic department to Deoit ecos
the sentimentso of at vey sall pat of
tie iprofession of itestte. Ti cii-
torell xposN hIis scoot ignoanet'of tilt
siation by miaking the folios ig
statement: 1. 'la) Ann A~ioc is .r
towon of 4,001) inahitants; 2. 'Vita
thtece ace 100loieoiahic lysiCiottO
in Decoit (Poks Medical Dietioy
giving less thatn s0); 11. Tatt the stne
legisatis towit i Oseiniattwo
yeaco ago--withnabot CO pee ent
have eent etied-, 4. Tat race liss-
pith soldi be at the sevices of te
'new tactulty," atd 3. That 85ipececnt
of the professioni of ite state favocc'-
mtoval.
'Ilie fat is hat the majority ofte
pihysicitans ini Miigan ar in favor of
ettaininog le school wee it fond-
eos placed it at Anti Abo,tand arc
tilling 1o wrnmly sporitit it too at
present administered,
J. 11. Sawsye, '99t ei.giner, went
ast List tnilghtito give etiteceti
Utica, . Y., concerning 11e0 coisioon
of te steamecs Grovt'a -r ant tioi,
whiiht le witnessed while ii eltrge of
government work at Silors Encampti-
iaent on thte St. Mary'odyver 1101 ya.
Lost-An open-faced slver watch on
cmpns. Reomrnto J. B, Wombacler,
No. T Voland of. tive dolaro rward.

High School Notes.
At tile annnai meeting of thte board
of directoro of the tnter-Hight School
Atletic Association hteld at the Idotel
Daw-ney ini Lansing Friday evening,
all wvere Present except President
Snowt, avho owas snhstituted by I3. C.
lWalker, of Detroit. Satnrday niorn-
ing several itipuortant tqneotions 'vere
settled, including the elecion of off-
tcero fotr the coining year. t'Pto tiii
yeare this associatittn, aos wt'll 110oil tiht
printcipal colleges ini the cottntry, tias
tffei't'o tntall-riniciz1cce frte ath-
lete stlot scores the greatest numbtoer 'of
itoint ,bttais 'thisiostobeintg atbolisheto
ini thteEast tas ta leisaltct, itwas
tiostghit boost to drois'it on) entiehy.
The citit's of Adrian, Kalatmazoo ansd
Mutskt'gttt imadet'aptplication for e m-
btershipt, 10111ni titoistaas laken.oll
Set-ct i ntaa feautre's atill hoe added'u
to tiheitrogramsthfiisy~e a ic.: a mile.
relty i-lce, bantamtatinodnmiddlecweighut
boxing, anod lawotent'n1is, Ibnut-ittte
exce'ptionoof Itiest'the rogcrani taill cc-
main the samte a115latot9-ar.
The cuuntract foeromokitig tilenetdals
wa00 ttt-1rdhed to I. J. Pasekil, ott
Grandlti iaoids.
'Tte anntlfl dciiday atill be iteldlit
Anti Arbot', JttticJ4antl5, tinder tte
auispites of thteUtivtersity.
'T'e followting oltit-ers ttert" electetd
foe thtt conming year: N. Wt. Snoot,
Detroit, ptresidlent; Clara. ('hristophler',
Lansing, rice presidet; H. G. IB. Day-
ccii, Grandi tapoids, secretary, antti C.
S. 'Neal, Atti Arbor, trealsurrl.
trittciptal Psttengli ttas1ontitelilt
tiredl list againt yestt'rday.
'fheri' are at presentt abotut ?25 1 1-
tt'rsitysltdents in the tti. it chool.
Anylatdieodt'sirintg to tatke at outlr-
of fenintg tessoons front Cait. L. B.
Be'aniuont, 010111)',Detroit teelcing
(lob, (92 Gristvold st. it) lesoons con-
otiftute tte cottrot' anti atill be gir-en
es-cry W'tdneoday anti t-'iday mtorn-
ing at: Ann Arborenf'citng oomi.
Teris.s,$15.008
LESSONaS IN DAN CING.
iiegittners-Laciieo Saturday after-
ntons; Gentleiiens Sattirday mornings
oatd Mondcay eventings. Advanced
claooes for laties aitd gentletnen Tneo-
(lay andt Saturday evenings. Nowv io
the lime lt join the classes. Grantger's
Academ~y, 6i Maynard st., one block
nest of Stale ot. stores.
itOtJND-A Sororsis pin at Gratig-
ei'o Academ'ly after the tBacihelor Clnb
rccepotion. The otvner tan have the
same by cliniig ttt the Academny. it.
Granger.

TeBETTER THAN EVER"1-
Te1897 BEN-HILR BICYCLES embody more new and genuine improvements-
in construcetion than anty other hicycles note before tke public. Never before have
sorb excellent values been offereud for the mney. Oar noew line, consisting of eight
sulperb models at soot $75 and $125 for tingle machines, attd $150 for tandems, wteti
thte various options offered, is such that the most exacting purchaser can be entirely
sailed.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
72 GARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIS,- IND.
OUR FINE POnTR C ATALOGUE MAILED FRnTWO 2-CENT STAMPS.
THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
O^F__

Imperial Quartet_
Oratorical Contest________
Ex-President Harrison--
Lucius Perry Hills --_
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