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March 23, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Pa tuibed Daily (Sundays excepted) daring
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
ODrer et Times building, 79 S. Main St. be-
tweenLiberty and William Sts.
,I I N ACING EDITOR
J. F. TnMAS, i97.
ASS'S MANAGING EDITOR
F. S. SiNoNos, '55.
ATHLETIC EDITOR
H. H. SKIsLuMAN, 'IS8IL.
0. 11. HANS, '55.
EDITORS
Et. L. Gesur-a, '98 L. H. H. CooIa'VI, '15.
5F. M. Loomils, '98. HrmeLExLAM, '00.
I. A. CAMPBELL, '00.
ASSOCIATE EDI OIIS
W. W. Hughes, '15. S. W. Smiib, '97.
F. A. Pucik, 'l8IE. i., M. Snilth, '97.
WV. P. Aloerill, 'iS. G. 0. Hudnutt, '0l0.
C. Lull, it., 9i Al.

achievnments, and count' it IDnioiior
toc be enrolled aomong its graduates.
They are willing to sing its praises; to
ideliver speeches nrginig otber men to
entdoxw choirs of learning; btut whenc it
coines to a mtter of going to its as-
-itanci eiiieselveo, they decline with
thaiiks. This is onot the fault of the
Uneiversity. 11 is apull of its isfor-
tolne, unolliher hurt being the necessity
1111 it to ilpplear before thie siale legis-
luletre year after year like a icendi-
cutf, beeechiing alios. It is (roe that
(lie iiversity has a (cerltiii filed in.
uioiiO, whlichi niay net be decoeased;
but thils is insufificient to maintain the
sltandard Nvilleb it has reaichedsiaiid
vvis lli almajoitiy of(lie ieopile -of lie
"'Thlere is adifference betweect .J10 L
(tmis expenlditure sf plllbi'0 111,1an~d
1's .l 1extrav-agane. Thi pltrol-
(hls'liorte 5suppor5t of t111 niv.r-ti(

THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT h malo'Ow
Ex-President Harrison -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ----March 23I
Lucius PerrylHills --------------------April 2
John Kendrick ag----------------Aprill3
13ENERAI, ADMISSION TICKETS "Sl-0
EESER:VED SEAT TICKETS 1.05
SINOLE ADMISSION 1t)
.Except Oratoricul Contest. 25c.
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00
$10 A. Tremendous Slash ! !! $I0
$1.00 The U. nf M. Doilysystu roonievery $1.00
day lfertle risothlie olie e yeor (tbeough )
$1.00 cmeedeecoand it elfo OEDOLLAR. I$1.00
$1000. If.tS.NS, Business AMaciager. 100$1.00
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00

The sobscription prlct of the Doil1y is $2.5
for lice college yest, ititli ac regutlot delivery tl'e tsil hi ('sloliudi. 11111 Ihe i ilsi-
befote nson atcibday. Notices,i'ommnioca-
lions, and other mallet intended foe publibsa- tinI)-srendeirad valuet'furerI1y o111-
tion mutliehasnled is at lice Doily officeehe-
loie s p. in,, at mailed to (lie editor befotei' 1110 1111t.ics 1be1n exptendedl 111011 11.4
p. ni., ccf the day preevcous to thcat on wih t:i
they areoexpected to appeac. I itr10111'flat,1tahis arll'ilil in is i
Subscriptions may be left it Thce Daily
Office, Meyc's at Stoflet's Neislasti, oi t:li . liil litlat 11111ey 5 israofoauic
with HBsioisssManaaget, Subcribers Nsill 0011'
fee a fax-ic by reportincg promiptly at tlisi ilentifuil. lie i ilitiyinli; lolltill ill
office any failureof carri-rs toeierppr
____________________________________ the____ poptulilatl illis jealous ofciially in-
Every stu~dentl ouightto fietl inileblt 11011 i til liib inh' oxiialdfii iiit
ccto -' t esiuliil ;'Icoilsuic itt l~iii Iik'11t 1h(Itale 1I leAili i t ho111stale
a.;cii'st'ielllslai o l tld os ill- ilrlt riotil he111S l~illellitylillthry
tils '. ti, iict iig itis tx ilns11111 11 i tll s tiii i I .11115 ( it' I ilito' i nd o
Ign. 1(liii,ic. 1111 lii, I t~atheill ufifl-Bole
. lzunibl h, it pr1<of ;iioll ac
it ill 1110 Oli a liBeitslis et'aorini' lyilltoe txlp11011' b sil.I 5 hr
Towaciiglis ieii 'iwli M ill llice tt,11life hl1111111 t 'tilc lac15 f'l' 1t
oil i ulil gslIllf.l''i' tlulit ln iii iitttat niiie eCiy
adverse ch11 (till little iso11,11 11 liliT1s
AhiGunearSutdfor ha oerUniershity 0s1' i ti supporti iiheilt iii ity iofs
'ait'andleas llfurid lit'lilOfa ll clrs flil ll ii lll, nd h reideiisloftestti
,toigt'snube ison fo wii(-i fleI;ials. it itol ileet' ano s gthlle piros
111011 adition1')of itlll l le lolot'e
,i~y i dulyir till.

"oe l libehlf If 111e'Stati' tcisorsiiy
is deseorving iof sometinig 1110001than1
snplf(Oi'lloll o 051151111llliliat licehtanvds
of tbe legislciure. As P'resitdent.All-
wri tto-thirds ats itilliy sltdents as
11111 Mielligali Univeosity, hals twice itie
funds11; Yalio 111d1Chilago easel, sWith
Ittlt as lticy sitdents, has each twic
tiche . oh' a's ulallsow-ance; IllO-
vll't, iwithi0010n11001'studenits,lhis till
incomlce threeOtint's as great; Cillicio-
hbia, wsithctwo-thirdts ccs 11111y'studtlcnts,
'uas an itco~ieliv sic as large. If tile
Unliversity of Miolilgalliis tIs mcitin
its plrestigei, it inutst be suppoirtted, anii
it is rallier late inthCcl ay for tiii
statc toc cbainitollis loadiag". ccutllll-
tion of learninig.
"It is u~nfortunate that so len' of tile
wealthy alumini of ltce t. of M. cave
shown the disposition to aid it in any
pracetictal way. They are proud of its

(IIANCIOII%'%'S CL:ASS s8.
tlaisses linlalicig 1110e1tlupito 1Mtiy
Ist. Sphi~llrate to Ithose uwishing tt
8t lriay i'5eilih lasotcseas willIicerr-
101(1' start 11 8:30 o'clock. Sincglte
e'veiling atdmisesi o 5 ieaer coutple. Of-
flee A.ei'i'ci a nd residece ior ay-
lialolhsi. Inrvad ehstons by Mr. o
Nirs. Gtiilgroat 1111o urst 0o0eeupied111y
cilsses.
hhooias for rett M Srs. J. -XI. Hot-
kri's, (i11Waslilontcadi nue.
Habylon Coal cx TIIF nEST.
All gradts of harcd uid seft Coal.,
'Camcl Coal accd Coke.
ML' . STJLAEBL.t.ER,
Ttlephone No. S. Occe door East cof A menl-
call House.
Bicycle "Repairing!v
In all branches neatly and promptly done.
Prices reasnabule. Sundries at rockthomle
prices.
Win. J. Wenger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.

Tie 18197 PEN-IURsBICYCLES tinbady 7more new acid ganuine mo
.Fttoarltio thaun any oilier bicyclrs nose breore the piublic. Neivcr l'5f
'-clenut vauecs boon ofertil tar the money. Oar new l ite, contlofitt z
Iilha lat A(10, 71 asciI$125 for singleInucicines, and $150 forttt _ ,'t
=_0uta opionis ofted, isasuch that the most exudting purechaser catn b'
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CC0,
f:',-A DN fSTREET. IND1I ' APOIt.i ,
O1URFIsE POSc-s CATALOGE MAILED FRosTWO a-N s uc ..r
A POSITION . r hiSollahy etivniwngodeor'I
Alase,flipt and aotier pucblieatioit.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY Coleg (ot Isor, i II
By lobert N. Tooker, 31 I1), ef Chcicago Medical olgjsisudiste
book far 31edical Students. Colaleg~ue ascitrecularss send on application.
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES . I , r , , I ,
W5e 5want1 aifewspeecialrepresetatcvs sin theoCalcge. lor Ibis position
experienedthbethkcuen should write usat 0oncestitil pubst.experience.
RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
Weuileicsecti ri e
aecoagets. a sa. ae
It Shll net, sit eiaco
r01s.$asarudininerle

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