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March 30, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-03-30

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THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

~it~~ ~ by joining those associations whose
ofAItu+I.P a Irt. aims ar most ina cordance with his
- tastes snd abilities. Taus the power

the College yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OrFe c: Times bilding, 7 S.Alain St. be-
twee Liberty ad Wiliam Sts.
1II tNAGINO EDITOR
J. F. TnOt, 7.
A~ST ttANAtltN(.EDITOR
F'. . eioNS, '5.
ATILEIU EDITOR
11, . ScULLA, '15 1L.
HUSINESS 3MANAIIIII
. H. HTANs,'5.
EDTORtS
E. L. GESAnR, '0 L. H. H. ConwN, '9.
. 4I. Looces,'5. BTRoccoLAsi,'5.
1. A. CntssEeL, '00.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W,. W. laughes, '0. . W. Smith, '7.
F. A. Fchsc, 'SO. A. 0. Smith, '7.
W. P. SMosill, '. . D. Ildiis, '0.
. Lll, is., 50 A1.
The sbscipton ries of the Daily is S2.00
fos the college year, with a regular delivery
before non each day. Notices, commnica-
tioes, and other mattes intede for pblica-
tion mst behanided in at the Daily sffies be-
fere S p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. i., of the day prvis t that on which
they are epeted to acess.,
Sbcriptions may he leftat The Daily
Office, Mey's or Stsiet's Nesatnd, or
with Busiies anager. Saeriers sill co-
fes a favos y reprtig prompty at thi
sffct aoc failre of carriers to deliver paper.
The anneal election of The Doiy
bsard will e held sonic time befoic
the Sprinig acation In answr 10
Citny qutestions, illexplaiatin of tle
nmanner of election is given below.
Every pid iiiisbciptionI for the
Daily haslOroe vote at the anniial ma:t-
ing. A certain nember ofei lllllsl'
for tie board are rcommneld by; tie
mnanaging edior to 1110 lO 'hg.
These recoiiimeindlations are mladi' till
on the basis of complletiti, Slisto's
wshollhave clne the imost aid best sork
beiiig prcsentetd to the m~eing for api-
proval or rejection. It 1100 beii
tt'ght best to liiptilllliitonlfro it
tate til he cly of the meleting;
so all wso isbil totry fole the oard
sswhethiei'they lve treviusly made
kn~ontile fact or nt, must han~ld
thteir I111005to the managig editor 110
son s posile.
Elctiots of iniortance in l'ivr-
sity life sill be held00011 Od stu-
dents sse it bothl to themcselvs and
to the University is see 11a1 the est
mienl are selected to l tillte impljotatt
positions. The Northern Oratorical
League, 1110 Stdens' Lecture Aso-
ciation, thle Oratorical Association, lbs
Atbletic Association, and The Dily
will all soon choose their officers for
next year. lut as in ter'fhlds
svhere elective honors are to b' ob-
tamned, lioltial tdeals lHe lplayean
itl'11rtalt part illtie selections m~ade
by these organiziations, 011d, cose-
iltloltly, 11101 are lnt always selece
enitile basis of mlerit. Tie exerieince
of at least oneO of see asocitiosc this
year poves tat this state of offairs
e'xists. Ele remedy is not fr to seek;
what swe need is not less politics but1
niore politics. Every stdent siould
exercise hils right to vote, and ;f ho
has not tile right 115 shold obtain it

of a fe to swing eloiois for persoal
cnds sould be dstroyd and tie leol-
cent of "bossism'Iwould tbe 0111m11-
ated.
Athletc Notes.
Yeseiday's Cicgo 'l'illeratetldh
containls asrite-uip ofiliehMicigin
baseball candidates, aid cuts of Msi-
ager Atkinson and Cach Watbs. Th
autthor of tie article gives tt schedule
andtIsacs Itht Ias bett apposed
by the ho-ard of control. This is n
orror, 110 1110comlelte 501ch1e1le as
nt as yet Seell iiade out athde
board of coitirol ssill lae no'idon10 till
it is.
Tilhe andidates for the rol j11117
svere coached yeterdy by J. -v. Le-
ry, swhot will rmin the11ec tllcek o
lo after tie broad jitimpers. Iatdi-
date1s for oter 011110iwill rest Sits
so ek aniilcmtntiea ctie work next
srie'k. After Shils ek Coach Leroy
still be1'-101r' iext satnlitl o Ocalci
al 111e 1111.
fTie lrgest iiiiib'rof baseail litil
lit to appeaolr Ilaitl'utsellystday' 111
terntoonlon tliiP't'iymoan 03 11113110
The lpracticet'ssfist athetien111111 ate
showiing l1ipi ery god lfonr.
Thil iniltie midlei v'gt wrest-
liing betweenilouitt ad L~ikud, left
osve flolilSatrday iighit,sill Soke
111a10e011111'aftirnoonlt 1ills iti'k.'llTe
fib1al 011111rlcstbeloveell.Is 111111)
sill be riiii111tile 001110 till.'..
Ladies' Night at Alpha Not,
Te Alisha SNSocet'y 11110 aura-agtd
tn t'xcellenlt ldis' lpr.togam for ilts
5ialisedoy iight. Dr. Alasiero55ill readl
It pprise O"'Body l'ise 0,10 i lei
Speaking.'' 111115all 1110lllllical l 'm
(tilerlnumbei~rs sill ix' liv.lI by 11'1(.
GRANGER'S CLASSES.
Classes in dancing mot p to Miay
Ist. Special roe to those wsihing to
join 110w. Progiano for Tesday lad
Saturday evening +classes wil her-
oter start at 8:30 oclock Single
eveinig admissionl 50c per cople Of-
Dece Acadenmy and residence 60 May-
nlard st Private lessons by Mcr or
Mrs. Graiiger at hors not occpied by
classos.
ayln Coal Is TUEl BEST,
All grades of hard ad soft Coal..
Camel Coal ad Cots,
M. STAEBLER,
Telephone No. S Ocr doss ast of Amei-
can [lous.
Bicycle Repairing !
In all branch es naly and pesarptly doe.
Picessreasonable. Sundries at rth-'ottom
prices
Win. J. Wenger,
8I N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
f~M. MARTIN, uneal Diecto, Clot
®.. and Metallie Caakets and Fine Grade
'office, Embalming a Specialty. No, 7S
Fourth ave.

THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
T i t~mt ____Q5 0'QS-Own_
Lucius Perry Mills..-------------------------------A~pril 2
John Kenadrick Bargs------------------------ ----April13
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $7.00
RESERVED SEAT TICK(ETS 1,05
SING.LE ADMISSION .50
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $100 $1.00
$1.00 A Tremendous Slash! ! !! $1.00
$1.00 The U. of M. Daily at yeas room every $1.00
day for the rest of the college year (through
$1.00 comneetwe~o N DOLLAR. $1.00
$1.00 8100 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00

The 1097 BEN-HUR B IICYCLES embody more new and geneine improvement".
in conlstruction than ely other bicycles nose before te public. Never before hove
suchl excellenit values been otfered for tile money. Oar nosw line, consistiiig of cight
sapeb miodels at slot $75 and $125 for single machlines, an~d $i50 for tandemils, seith
the varios options oflieed, is nueh that the most exacting purchlais can be eliiirely
sailed., p / 0
CE T A YC EM G 2 GARDEN STREET. iNDIANAPOLIE,
OUR FINE P0STER CuAAOaUE MAILED FOR TWO 2-CENTaSTAMPS,
A POSITION 3 , r 1 .
Cnbe secured with tBaind, MceNally & Co , that will brng good retorst to
stdents flir thisworkui sh vacaittin.Vie sish Reptesentatives on our
Atlassfah'pa and stespublications.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY < , I I I
Ry Robert N. Tookerr, 01 0 , of Chlicago SMedical College just isued, lo tte
booki for Mtedlical Students. Catalogue asd circulart tend on application.
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES I I I a
W-e walt a few 0p00101 repriesentativs sin thle College. For this position
experienced booki oiei should stiltesus at orce stating plot. experience.
RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
Wenhlt' lossec.t
sees0nt, Ia aipies c
r aneoa dde. Prier:t
r ~pundit$ 1.3t; qan.
4W B teaond. 40 e.
z1 ~ P ost-pad Ct'ogasuee
SURBRUtG, 19ltona
aedolt~d.

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