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March 18, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

U- Of f. Pitta
_P rei shed Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Collere year, at
TH1E UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
0 ess E: Times building, 71 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William St.
3IINAGING EDITOR
..0. F. THOMScb, 97,.
I.IC5INIIXS H~ANA(5115i
0. 11. Bows, '18.
EDSITORtS
E. L. Gissino, '58 L. F. S. SIMtONS, '18.
F. M. Loosis, '18. B. B. SKILLMIAN, '5 L
B. BI. COiltw, vIl. BUTERni LAsMB, '00.
C. Mi. GRuEN, 19, Athletic Editor.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
wV. w. Bughes, '58. S. W. Smith, '8.
F. A. Fucih, '98E. I. A. Campbell, 't0
W. P. Merrill, '15. G. D. tiudnutt, '00.
A. 3Ii. Smith, '17, C. Lull, jr., 99 A.
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.N
foe the college year, with a regular delivery
hefore nowon eachi day. Notices, communica-
lions, and other matter intended for publica-
lion most be banded in at the Doly ofice be-
fore 8p. in., or wailed to the editor before ii
p. in., of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to appear.
_ Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or tolbiet's Nesstoed, o
with Business mlanager. Sabrihers will roo-
fer a favor by reprting promptly at this
office any failure of carrees to deliver paper.
'The success which 'has attended thie
efforts o1' thr Stitdents' Chlristianl As-
Soclitioli ill thie recerit canivass is cer
tainly' 5very chleing 1o those whose
1)ide and enlergy' ilOS b1011 exrels'i ini
this iriectioni. TO illie added(1
:JA Bnsw 11a11es tos the list sf il's 1111111
sets in thie sliorf timil whiicls no bseen
devoteuit 10 e Ils'cl i eff'ort is a 11c"
oct 10le proud of.
We are 01111 10 annIouncei t11at deiii-
itoe st1ps 1115-e besen takein in the- 111a1-
ler of pros'isding foi lii iinfor'imal ge0111-
ering of ibs' mem,~bers of lie Athleici
Asoeciaiou a1111 tlieir friensds. Mlly'
sees for keeping the' studseit hotly '
ini toiic'l wsith thc aibthleisoisags'il' il
X'orttly if su~cces 111an thits. AN1pi1'
there iso 111p1'' for 1111asse' tilg,
svhiis' will csontinuse tss iso'helsd as thisy'
hase bsen ii 1111 past, iioiing in fhis
line is sos efficieint in creating at disp
interest ii liie affai" of the Atletie
Asociastioni a5 the desveslopmen'tl of
flint feeling w;hiri sgists only' ss :11 'S
there to tlt'l'50011 rontact. Sust -
i\ toetiag as 11he ole p~rtopsd wi'll fu-
uishi the opposurtunlity' for tlits se'rsonsal
contact bs'eree thec miemibers othle
associations ahnd ifs officer's. W'i shall
sxilet goodi results froni the gather.
fig, results whlicih will provet the mws
dloni of miembslsw of the Atlll(tie Board
in arranging foir such nmeetiings and
81v1ij h will julstify' theni ill sutiling
fiirthi furlhe 1effsorts ill this direcetion.
Shall the Saloon Go?
Pirofessor I'. G. Peabodly, of Miar-
sard Un'e'rsity, will dlelis'er a lecture
in the Unitariain chutrchi of this city,
Fritlay ev'ening, Mlarch 20t, on "Thle
Camnbridge Idlea." In thits lectuire Pro-
fessor Peabody wiii tell the story of
flow thie eity of Cambridge banished
its saloons ten or twelve years ago,
and has kept them out ever since, Xi'ih

thfle results fthas'ae followed, The THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
story of what the leading college towii
of itie East hais done in clearing itself-
1of a groaf evil, solnd bs of gieat in-~
teresttans to the people of Ann Aiboriand Lomn f
flue iilealbers of the Univeroity. A
generai invitation is extended. Time Oratorical Contest -------March 19
S .il Teloue ilb gvnn x-President Harrison---------------March 23
1'e the aulspices of' the Anti-Salooin
Legu.LuciuasPerry~lilis---------------------------- ----April2

i

John Kendrick Bargs

-April 13"

- Society Programs.
The Alpha 'n program for Saturday
night is as follow's: !Music, Mlr. Foo-
tor; impiiromspfti, Tr. Coon; competitive
poems on "Spring," Messrs, Strnble,
GI. Paul and Baokmneisfer; mnsio, Mr.
Zbindeii; debate, "Itesoilved, That
Groser Cleveland svill go dosvn in hts-
tory as theleoqual of Jackson and Jef-
foisoiu," iffiriniative, ft. Adams and J.
,Shehan1, inegatisve, F. Engeihirt 11n1
Ii. (Tisiiller; iuIsi', !Mr. Footer; critic,
Miss Nadi.

GENERAL ADMOLIStION TICKETS $1.00
EESERVED) SEAT TICKETS 1,05
SINGLE ADMTSSION .0
Except Oratotital Contest, 25c.
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 X1.00 $01.0

$1.00
$1.00
$1,00

A Tremendous Slash!!!! $1.00
The U. o0 M. Daily at your ioom every $,0
day for the rest of the college year (throughi {
commencement wseehifor ONE DOLLAR, $1.00
Sensd cash and addres to$V
0. H. HANS, Business MAanager. dl
$85100 *1.00 1$1.00 $1.00

'The folloswing is ithe piir~ilzs o tilt $ 1.00
XX'bster Soci'ty-, Satuirday light:
losading, Mr. fGilbert; iulprolpti 5 1 0
iAessrs. Itiley, fonos and I ongell tc10

bate11, "ihosolvod, 5llat anl inco le tax
is a desirable lpirt of a sc ilii of fed-
e-ral taxationl." atfirmlativeo, MXr.Ssreet
1111(1 Mc, 1,cllllall, ie.s-cv, Xi'. XX'cvl
Ic anud 3Mr. ILlosser.
111e'follosv-in;g s tinheferlsoslilnSoll-
city'l'programn, also forSafrdr'ilgll
IL'adiig, M\1r. Hanuson; ('ssay,'. hf.
sio11, affirn'ilati'o,iIi'. Da,ln'gatisve.
Mi-.IRoider; drbatec, "tisolv eel, That
("'Gllgresssh iou~l1111ass a ssw prohibsit-
itg all illllnigraiiillto tleIii1iteiid
State's for 1110 lcit fie years," Iltirill-
ihtsvo. Mr. Hay's 11111 Ii'. ''r;vrs'csi'
negivOOie, 3Ml'. Kosorels 11111Mr. Ilasyck.
Vespers tor This Afternoon,
'Thei'fohlloillg is lie lirogro:, for
X'eii'i'er vtce thits afte'riloill:
XI.-'tlrilali(I3'). hMarchi 1'.
M3ozart. (1756i-17:)1.) Ptlude, Fhig
siont f roiii (' litilsI' 'anrasia.
"Tsvclfthi lass." t'horiis, "Gloria ill
rclsis." Glorias, (Adapted). Ilymn,
"(8 wvorilof lGodtincairnatle." (Oldi
('hoiral). I3otette, "Aye Xertun.l"'Seni-
ts'iice. "Hoshy' -athier, hoear iiy cry-."
Postluds'. "11101 salitoirtull."
Rec0ital Programl.
Krs~b, J. L. (1713-1750.) Prl-liss-
ilBand higli.
Bach, Phl. ]1;111. (1714-1785.) An-
dlante..
Tlaydii, LargisCantabile. illuet.
Anldaiiie. C iajor Symnphiony.
hiozart, Mitueit ti11E flat. Osvrture.
"Figas'os Itoclizeit,"
K Babylon Coal is THE BEST, a
All grades of hard sod soft Coal.
Cansel Coal and Coho,
19. STAEBLER,
Telephone No, 0. One door East of Ameni
can house.
Bicycle Repairing!
In all branches neatly and pionptly done.
Prices reassonabtie. Sundries at rook idttona
prices.
Win. J. Weuger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.

The 1117 BEN-HUE BICYCLES embody more new and genuine improvernes
is costruicntion thans any other bicycles nlow before uhe publir. Never before hiave
.usch exi-ellent values been otferedi toe the money,.or new inie, cosistinig of righlt
.ipiuuodels at $601 $75 and $125 for single macehilnes, aiid "15d for tndieui', 5stll
flie varioussloos offered, is surci that the most exacting purchiaorr canl hr suited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.3
'2 CARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIS, if=1
OUR FINE POSTER CATALOGUE MAILEn FOR TWO 2-CENT SAaMPS.
A POSITION ea
CnbseuewthRn.M aly&Ctawilbiggoreuntostudents; for this stock durl g racation. W~e wish Rlepresentatives on 001
Aol'ases, Mlaps and other publications.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY ,
By Robert N. Tooiker, Al1D.,sof Cicago Medical College just issued, is list
book for Medical Students. Catalogue and cirulars send on application.
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES , I a I I I ,
We wsant a few spcial rvpresentativues in the College. tFor this position
esperiened boot men should w-cite us at once. stating post, experience.
RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
we witlsend onreceipt
s~of 0 tisampsle to
® nrdduess.Pces-
&Ke pound,* 1.30; anor.
IL W Lier pund. 40 eta
iJ' R I75 Postai-tlou~iee <
neweerol-I 15 'lo
vac-am~a~meca .ms. os . sroaneeic Rmioy <se

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