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March 25, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

i

Pu 'tiobed Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Collecte year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OreFitmp':'linen building, 79 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
51 "At[NG EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 97.
A4SOTr OtANAGItNGsEDITOR
F. S. SIMsONS, '98.
ATULIrC EDITOR*
Hi. B. SKILLMAN, '98 L.
BU1SINES8S 3IANA(STER
0. H. 11AN, '98.
EDITORIS
E. L. GEostEIt, '98 L. H. II. COnwiN, '99.
F. M. Loomis, 'S8. BUTLER, LAMB, '0S.
t. A. CAMBEtLL, '00.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W. Hughes, '90. 5. W. Smith, 'S7.
F. A. Fucit, '98E. A. id. Smith, '97.
W. P. Mrrill, '98. G. D..Iludnstt, '00.
C. Lull, jr., 99 Mi.

Protest from Yale.
Yale University bus protested to
('ongresagalinst the proposed luties
oni hooks uod upparaus imiported for
colleges and libraries. A petitioli to
the Htouise of tRepresentutivcs, signed
by President Dwight coil praetically
<.il the inemabers of this faculties of (lie
University was forxN-orded lust Thuro- Lucius
day night. John K
PTe 0m111('nicouits nthe petition ore

THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
:tamt' nt s~c O --
Perry Dills----------------------------.----April2
:endrick Batrgs ------------------------ ----April13-
GENERAL, ADMtSSION TICKETS $1.00
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS 1.05
SINGLE ADMISSION .750

us follows: 1. Suech actioan wotild be tit
vuriunce with ste uniformi policy of
(lie govetrnment ini the pust. Undei'
every tariff act, front l789-1894, biooks
for onuci use iuve beeis idmitted free.
'Tii sante is trues of phliloophlical up-
isirun, withi t single exeptionl. 2.
The government is nosy paiyin~g to the
colleg(' for agriculture ondItiei-liast-
i-arts, esltiblished in the several

$1.00 $1.00 . $1.00 $1.00 $1.00
$.00 A Tremendous Slash!!! ! 1®
$1.00 The LU. of M. Daily at your room every $1.00
doy for (lie rest of the college year (through
$1.00 commencement week)ifor ONE DOLLAR. l $100
$edcs n drs o1.00 . H HANSBsness M nager. $1.00
$$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00

The ossklctiptuodeprice oantherDailycis 18O2
TesbcitoprcofteDiyi$.5I iluisWhh-retbefee the college year, with a recgtlar delivery plttlte vietaet elerpetual
brfore neon cacti day. Notices, commenico- 'mildtititoiit ini tt'e'i ggregatetllnadote atritned oris c- '< $I,-
ttionset be hatided in at the Dtaiy offlce be- t{( lh Ler efn tivosb.
foe t+ p. mnor mailed to the editor before'iiiiiia er eltditigssiii
p. in., of the day previous to that on which
thee are espected to appear. 10t e stirlith thl Iis praise viii 111
Subscriptions may be left iteThe Daily 1t01g f1ihl dcto n
Office, Mteye's or Stofflet's Newstand, or ieitrllg fliltridttcaiionte ii in-
with Buesiness Manager. Soberihers soll con-
fer it favor by reportitig promptly at this i Olicet t11111hltietlie iroposedl oegisla-
office anvfculture of carriers to deliver poper. huollWoiuldimplllose' upon ilsit itiots of
The idebatinigsocieties01f theLt.Is'leritg
.Theiti' os isecil 'si ofii,'ar'
ansd literatryslepartiteitohave or- boosks swouii iesrl i i.,os laeeAron
rm;1ges1 fur seviral jin~t dibiles vli-houIt rc pulz ibris rad

. _ . .o ... .

ttre to tie hlditin tIeIteilar fitusre.
Tilsis s nisisi' whiich st' hnve uitedi
fromti I ito s iii' is titeants oit'rai,-
ing the slttislisI of ososiieli 's aisol
for keepitg ut i in tterest itt delbar.
ilg;;which telsds t10 iinitaisli ufter thoss'
wits artri riiepresient issin Itil' Itr
collegiaitiei-tcoet ihsaiveu-atnlhosenl.
The rivalry lietAN eitllih' iso i'l tr-
ilselts is conulcive'i l1'1ie steffori,
to thi'ecI~itig interstlo sf lthe' 'ttisi'
sit7y lith lia onltiutionslof' lhiscel-'
tests.
'flei;iteirestinIllthus Senatei- iiiis
mteet is ntiwhai-t it should hi'. .l-
thioughlthiei'tieet:ssuis IsoIhave cotte ofl
next week, ther'eltave beentio0117-fiinr
or five entries recieivesh. Tile auflile-
!ties Ihave ntosw- deiertitieto I losipooa
lie meet sitsesweek tild also tw lasteS
for receivitlg entries, 101111it is tlie
lioped Othat)bythat litte oilier cenies
will ticeitade. The itteresi tte facitl-
lies cihve mnifestesd iii ltllllities by
mliitg tisllstee't andilofferingw iltex-
tenosi'e trotiyl cupetiioI ite vilitter is
ee'rllsiily- ieseroittg -of mlore eticotur-
atgemtetthans 10een giv-en it. 'Te
tortiose of te fuciliis in offering
the trophy is Is enconrage general
phlysical develotptmntt aitIrainitig, bitt
if tto greater initerest is mianfestecd
than att presenti, thei results swill fill
fur shtort of thte object.
Princeton's newv athtletic field is rap-
idly nearitig coimpletioin. It will be
(lie largest in this counttry, for on it
will be laid ont eight tennils courns
and three basebull diamonds, wvlehs
in (lie fall will be 'onverted into to
fooatball fields.

1 I -- 1.. ,11- 1., asp~a tta al... li .aAlk:,tk(,j

I'u11)0111IIt thmost1'valal'of ilr ru0t1- A \ k3 mA6i ~ t1n1 jjs 'wrysu, ,.,:I+
c~utni s ~t'-. A.Wiithinuthiseu-. s -
fit gs''iatio iuutlinchptbic iiue, 0 \ 5-'> i
. itu e.iitiili)lOi5. 1111 is ius 2
hoia~sst iuinhtitlutiousu f hi'g heruut
ivu lutnultuo liii he i'floss'and he'ry\-
1)1)ith Sourciis sif Ithiss' ifts.
. Al'yhiossiblhi tiuusit su'htiuhi 'ould
iu''rcss'ouOw Ite easiii' siotildh he fit
oustueighed feuh1' 1 ii'ujtt'intlicu's'oii
uh u o asii'iteduc-atill. 1-
him I ' niversity f ifthifustiut l usi' -
hulls *", schlarhuishti", saihiof ~n tI. i ai'
s-nt.,Suandh arcse ifgiis o if hut ETTot
oh" indisviduals. 8)ne1'ian ;,:.:utbisiti'.lB E T EOR T"aA N 'V
If of til11 initIliseil'. Thte 1897 BEN-ItIJP BICYCLES embody more newc and genuie mprov-e'n.!s
in criostruchion thon any other bicyclee nose before Ite public. Never bcforelu.5es
Gto tGt'-S CLASSI+S,. s-cexecelletit values been offered for the mones. Our niew line, consisting ofi rigie
Clases i daciil .Lleettipusy- rbt iooihels at $6d, $75 anid $125 foi eingle machines, aod 8150 for tandetts, w it'll
Ubtscoin allili mct p toMly wiuvuariousi options offered, is nuchi that thte most exactintg purcihaser eon be tihed-'
1st. Special cate to thioeoishting to suiteud.

joini tow-. IrogI-ain for Tuesday atnd
Satitriday evening elaooes oill here-
after stact at 8:30 o'clock. Sigle
eveninig admiission 50c per couphle. Of-
fice Academyad lesidence t6 May-
ntacd of. Private lessons by '-U. or
Mrs. Granger at hoturs not occupted bhi
K Babyhon Coah Is THE BEST.
Alt grades of herd end soft tool.
Camel Coaitd Coke. gJlR
XV. ST.AEBLER,
Telephone No. S. One door East of Ameni-
can Houe
]Bicycle Repairing!
In all branches neatly and promrptly forte.
Prices reasnabahe. Sundries at roeca bottoin
prices.
Win. J. Wen ger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.

t CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO...
'PARDNnf STRIET. INDIANAPuOL i°y7
nUaFnC FmaTER CATALOGUEMAILED ORnTWO 2-ENS AMaSa
Aa POIINb e secured wtiit Rad.bcNally & Ce,.that wihltbring good eurst
staudeats fur this seorts dort e vcation. 'We wish itepresentatises on oar
Atlases, blots ad other publicton.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY , , , , , ,
My Robert N. Tooler, bI.fD., of Chicago Mledical Colhege just issued, ha the
toot toe bledical.Studeeta. Catalogue and circulars send on application.
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES . , , , , ,
W~e woat a few apecial repeetahtives in the College. For this position
experieneed hoot men shoeld write us at once. sattintg paet expertene.
RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
Wa ilisandan rece'01
sf 10 ate. a sameto
anyradress. Pies."3
Post-iCttal aalogaie ree.
~5~/j4y zj
SRt , 1 9 utoa
SltretO, N10 uora,
Oinlay --Iee I

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