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March 19, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

P olshed Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College pear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
0 vice: Times building, 7 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William St.
OLIANAGING EDITOR
J. F. TuoxAs, 97.
iUS[NESS M~ANAERS
. H. iHAS, '5.
EDITORS
E. L. GEoouE, 55 L. F. S. Stos, '1.
F. M. Loo, '8. H. B. SILILMAN, 'S L.
H. H. CouwIN, 'P. BULER Lss, '5.
C. M. GnnEN, 9, Athletic Editor.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W. ilaches, 'I. S. W. SmIth, '97.
F. A. Fucik, 'PE. I. A. Campbell, '00
W. P. orrill, 'I. G. D. udutt, '0.
A A. Smith,'7. C. Lull, jr., 99 M.
The subscription price f the Daily is $1.00
for the college year, with a regular delisery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at tie Daily office be-
fue S p. i., or muled to the editor before3
p. i., of the day prevous to that on which
they are epected to apear.
Subscriptons may be left at The Daly
Office, Meyr's or Stolet's Newtand, or
with Business Msanaer. Subriers will co-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office ns ailure of carrier to deliver paper.
The contest which is to take pae
tonight is one of te miist iuhiirtlst
events of the year, deciding, s it soe.
who is to represent :Mihignin tslie
great iter-ollegiate cotsof Vhiali5
Northernl Ortorical League. A hieavy
responsibility xwiii rsoon1)11heit'in-
ner, whoe'ver hliniay be, fos' Mieslign
lis a r epuation to ssstain,. a repstoto-
iout which listsben 011 by ive ic.
toiit over siesdid fields of c(llihit-
tors. DOse reeated victories has-ve.-ii
due not only 1tot ablity of the anew1
who represntetd us, ht also to te'
superior syotm of preliminilary coil.
testtslind the we-ll tdireetti effort of
thie departimtit of elocutio.
The 5w0rk of ths-vlrios cote~lstats
this year has biesn lardl aidicosien t-
ious, andith lere ci be no doubtht10
the' contest xwil1be of as igh aclihsr-
actr as aiiy f those held preiosly.
We ihardly neul to sggest that thre
should ise a good attendnce. Tie
studetslisave awsays sowis:t vry
creditaliethtsasmsibOyattendisng
thte contests its largeiniumbers. [lore
is it certain insirtiont to iedeied
[rolmsia crowsd. The spaktrs,. isore
tlsan any thers, wilisaprecials' a
wieli filled ial.
President Angell Protests.
President Angell has Biled troest
with Senator MeKN\illan against the as-
sessinent of duty on book, philosophi-
cal and scienitiflc aiparatus and in-
strumients for college ue, which are
free under the present law. n a let-
ter to Senator Me0Iillan President A-
gell says:
"I a111 informnedIthat the xways Iand
tatans csniiiittoe of the house have
stricken out of the free list the lror-
visions for the free entry of ooks,
philososphical and scientific apparato
and instrninents intended for the use
of colleges, libraries and other 1nos-
prated institutions for educational

Purposes. I need not say that such
action would impose a heavy tax on
all the colleges and Universities in the
country, and I trust that the action of
the commsiittee wiii not mot wills your
atslroiation."
Gun Club Medal.
Thei gun club held its first shoot ye-
terday fr the medal given for staigt
slhootiiig. Assistant Professor Wo-
cester woii the medal, shooting 22 out
ot 23 blue-rocks, while Prof. freer
was seconsdxiti 19 out of 25. Te
other contestants wer Messrs. Wrnt
score, Sherman, MtComber std Sol.
The club gives two medals, a handi-
s-oso miedasl to be shot for periosically
tush a iiedal for steaigt sooing. The
holdle of this last medml may- kp it
as (long as !he can, buot anyone by gi--
inlg three days itice before aly sost
ca oil mp~lel the holder tos shoot for it
ati eithe the net shoot or tit follow-
ing one, trof. I-ct-tmaiisAl'M. IC. Dow
haveo' alratdy sialc-tgoti Prof. Woe-
Chitsttr, st-io will deftend it at it'e next
shoot. All the club sots ar oh
unsder the regullr rueis on exvery'
Thusdetay afternoon at 4 p. li. stit'e
lomb grounsin on 1. -Stmt st.
Oberlin Baseball Schedule.
Otberlin Chas masapted the foloing
baseball schedule:
April 24-Adelbert at (lox isi.
May - h-tlraiiiat beii.
May 4-0. S. 0?. at Oboelin.
Msy 15-Illinois at Oborlu.
May 2-0. 8. 1. atf'olumiihus.
May -22-Deliare- at Dilnoirse.
Mtay 2-t1iliois aIt thos-uhsigo.
Maly 2-Nsetixxsttrni lt t-x-ltnslol.
MAiy 1-Sladisomi at Mltisoo.
Junse 1-Notre Daise at Southoesd.
tome 5-Wisconmsinm a Oeri.
lotne 11-Corei-lst Oerli.
'There noxx remainsstut txwo dys
msore ini xxhichi we casnt xisit the colec-
tionitftsritt ipiotograhls at Nwxierry-
11,il.,fose ottSaurlday nigisi ihe col-
lectionsxxiho-eocssedl to thie publc. I01
liss boon a rlrertat to hstxe tsemt
here xvthi 01, authmost of ius, ave
ax-hled orselxves of this exclleit op
iotunity. TChose xwho have not should
lit faili to before it leves us.
If yon are losking for a Rsll or F1Iat
Top office Deck call on us. We have
the BEST MIADE desk that is mant~u-
factured in the United States and a-o
Sellig theum at tie Sane prices as the
iferior kinds.
ITAtLLER'S FURITUIE STORE.
FOR t&SALLst
Piiysician's oieratig chair, used si.
ulontliS. $06.50, cost $75.00. Also
ittsdiral ooks. Croinie & Stone,
Droiggists, Ypsilaiti.
Babylon Coal is THE BEST.
-All grades of ard and soft Coal.
Camel Coal aud Cue.
K .STAEBLER,
Telephune No. . One door East of Ameri-
can House.
Bicycle Repairing !
Os all branches netly and poply done.
Prices reasonable. Sundries at rot'bottom
prices.
Win. . Wenger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.

YOUR SPRIg OVE COA
Irather an important subject
just at present. If you
a want all the points of service,
IWO", -style, lit and economy wxe've
w,- just the Coat yon're looking
I - - f o r.
t . It's nobby, neat, and satis-
factory, and priced ata
-. very reasonable figure.

A

' i

AND tTS
PRICE IS ONLY $12,00
Plenty of other styles at other
prices, some higher, some

a"-4l lower, but all-right in price-
_______ ____right in style and quality.
Look over otir stock of Spring Suits and Overcoats. All tastes
can be snot. We've every variety at popular prices.

95 BETTER THAN EVER"
Te1897 BEN-HURl BICYCLES embody more new and genuine hmprsvementso
in cosnstruction than any other bicycles nsw before the public. Never before hove
-such oxcellent values been offered for the money. Our new hine, consisting of iglith
superb osodels at $501 $71 and $123 for single machuines, and 8150 for tasusiemot, wots
the various options offered, is snob that the most exacting purchser coin bho e oist
suied.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
72 GARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLI, INC
OUR FINE POSTER CATALOGU EMAILED enR TWO u. nEsT SvAMPS.
Aa POIIN busue secured with Rand, MceNally & Co ,thsat will bring good returns to
stdnsfor uhis worhk dush g vacation. Wye wish Repsesentatives on our
Atlases, Miaps and other publications.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY , , t , , ,
By Robert N. Tooter. It. D. of Chicago Mledical College just issaued, is uhe
boot for Medical Students. Catalogue and circulars send on application,
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES > > , E , . E E
Wve want a few tpecial representatives In the Csllege. For this position
esxperienced boot men should xwrite us at once, stating past eaperience.
RANI), McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
tide wiisesdonlreceit
sfit0 ste. a sami o
nrnddrss. 'rices.s1
rost-adtlounesree t
Street.leyYork.
Ada I21y

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