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March 31, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-03-31

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

,ygives us 'in ;all probability an au- . . . . . .o
f ~tlsentie 1501tiait of \'ernil, and it may G l u t
-hrd'ts(l azs early as Uhe lailer part of ®QVV ©

m .& - Amok

the Caulee year, at
T;hE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Ore ces 'linses bazittig, 79 0. Min St. bo-
tweea Liberty and William Sts.
3I1 oSAGINO EDITOR
J. F. THOMSe, 97.
lss'T MSI AatING EDITOR
F, S. SuIONSs, '90,
AT IIIE C EDITOR
n. B. SKILLMAN, 'S8 1..
IUSLEESS IIANAGER
0.11 . Haas, '98.
EITORS
E. L. OnuSslca, 'i8 L. H. n. COnwsw, '99.
P. M5. Loots, '98. BUTLER LA'I1B, '00.
I. A. CAMPBEaLL-, 'is.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
V. W. Ilaghes, '90. S. XW. Smith, '57.
F. A. Facit, '900. . as. Smith, '97.
W. P. Mlorrill, '98. 01. 0. ildnutl, '00.
C. Lull, jr.,)99 M.

ise first century of 'the ('hristiasa era.
-F~roms "Chsronicle and Comment," in
Tile iBookman.
Magazines for April.
The Aisril nssssber of Thse Areisa is
fully up to tse average. In tse opsen-
issg article tovernar Pingree, Moyar
of Detroit, coniusthue tiscussions of
Misisicpal iReforiss begunssinl tileMarels
-miosoer lsy' ayor Qtuincy, sf-Bsstons.
lsyor Pisgree, in his bsreezy paiper,
stttisssss thsat "contracts are tse center
ands alm~ost the esstire circusisferensce
o msssnicipal govterinsenst," ansi that
a.lmnost all she bribes of seriotus in-
flcuenee ill smuiipaities are givensfssr
c s'itr acts." iHis irsesidy is the let1isg
of cointrasby ii' rfers'ndum, or5 1S' 1t

.$S, $7 aad $10.

o tiXWe can show you at these prices New,
Stylish, Rightly 'Trailored Suits, -- in
r < <1NewX, Nobby Effects, Selection Large,
Exclusive Cloths.
' "s3, $3.5 and
A ILargo liise of Extra Pants iii Stylish
Cht~ecks,1Fanoy Chev into, Coirectly Tail-
usoed.
Foreign ante.lo osti*
Seftran:Bir& - Evaery New Ideaimasle frosn Fit'e
Lighst-Weight Yarns specially adapted

4,

The subscriptisis price of tisc Daily is 12.5ispop1u1ar vDsle.
for the colrts year, with a reculor delivery
hefore noec dalo. Notices, commonico--
tions, and othser molter instendeds for poblica-
lion most se Ihanded isoaothue Daily o001cc he- t usiiog for Apiril ea5sly issistoinS the
foss 0 p. in., or mailed to thse editor before 3
pi.,of the day previoos to that on which fS"'l'115 pos 55itioni amollng lltlicsslonls
they are esiscted to appear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Doll)y5t5(Olvt'dto soIs) 19a1 ns t stllslls. So nt'
Office, Meyer's or Stoffet's Newstond, or
with Busisness Manager. Suberibers will co-ossthtie s'onltenits ars: "Westerncachoths
ter a favor bsy reporting irompitly at this
office one failure of carriers to deiver papser. cod Desiginers," hy Alrthssr I. Peglsr;
I iloseee'lisig ill Venice," by ''Ties.

. for spring andi summer wear-A special
:@:@:~o:@o:®: Job.
$1.00 Value at. 50c per pair
(Withsor wsitlsoutfect.)

All attsletes aithi coy sbility at sll
iii broad jumplitsg sosilsdtakes''','nt.i
age sof. T. A. tell sy's pr"secin lthei
city isosobtain tile coachinlg to is so
s; elilsiusilified to glse. '111sasie cans
bse ssaisd to football men51ill iegard is
the coachingl5Oof 'Mr. Dssffy ill kicillg.
Ttess' 11111 sre givingIthei' time1' a115
Os~ice-, ansi ladvantage sousldlhe
taks'isof opportun~it i' ies tatiay list
he offeresiainl.
AlliSArbsori is ts e llonoredt iso seelk
witlh tille15eli~ls of tw~o osgasica-
tiiosromlinent ill lie edlesstissll
swsrk o(f tile statse, Ills' Iciigrtll fi
elsce asOsioiatin and llh('St-hl~ofsw,.
ters' Clsst. 1110e1progri'amiof ihe tfor-llS'
is concludeds its tosday's issu" of till
Daily, :isd thast of thite11r will be
pusbliss'l Oshe n ul tsoiorow5. most oinly
do thess'piecialist arc thes8e metinigs of
interect, but to i~sll whail Sltiierestesd
in .scientific reseacth 110ndi in dcaioll
workc.Espeiallyshsouldthie mlestings
of -tile Solhoolmialsters' Club he atteissed
bsy sll wvho intensd to maesiea'lctiing a
profession.
Portrait of Vergil.
Lover's-of classical study, ansi esise-
cially Ipersosierestes'inllicoiio-
grt'oily, nill read swithi interest an 51-
isslucieet lately isasde by ?I. Gasotosn
Boissier relating to the discovery at a
isilitury elcalllslsent in Tuniso (f a
mosaic' representing yergii composing
.tse Aeneid. Tis mosaic is shout .a
yard squsare, anshtows tile poset cloth-
ed in a white toga 'orderedsiniiblsis,
and w~ith bussins on lila feat. He is
seated, and holds upon lils knees a
scroll partly opens. On one side stands
Clis, and ois the other Melipomene, to
whom the poet is evidently listening
with fixed eyes, and a look upon his
face as of one inspired. Thlis discov-

lsrs' Pursdy; "tLilsss-u," isy "lisy 1).
llt s I; ",iOxo:s.5 sotinig cni C.SsClllss's'
IEss," bIsti. It..I1 itzgs'calsU "C'anoe Sans
1G555," isy I. 11. Saiidys; "us1 Stsbls'
andss Pa.stulr'," bis1s' I P. AbereonibsleiS,
ands5 OtS'he siussu l itorils, poems, recs-
o'rds, ciil
Inl iv gnls'S5'55s O at theliii' IilS'"'its'
ssf I'clnsyls'Sssias Sl ssrslay issi ssoS's
ills 'vasrsity lsi51i ilsl te.luellsligibtlsO
Ssexton, 'Iticisigas's c'sacsh 5f last ye'.si,
plyesSeonds base.'ile 's'lrsily vs-s
SIS I's'stes by'<t so sre f 11 to t0.
.$l .30t' -N'l'115 31XY SI'
Theiss' isi rty 's(-tioss f 0Dasiwioii
ssill giospseAscial rteofsi'$s1.50 for ills
1(wine of'.lis "h'' ei ttis S i, sealing di~s,)
Is;. 'T'hsseust is s -ill iss'oldsifssr
ally twss's s-li-oss sstheIwsek,'ss-t iclsiig
thss Ssatull'tS r 55evenigipro, rainus l.s5ty.
tIRANCEI'S CLAsSOIC S.
Casses in dancinig sieet 'up to _May
1st. Special rate -ts those wishinlg to
jul11 nhoa. Prograsmsifor 'I'sesday sasi
Satsirday ev ening classcesawill here-
sOfter start st .8:30 o'clock. Single
eveningadissti onl 50cie ir couple. Of.
lice Academsy anld residence G1 May-
isard ot. Private lessons by Mr. or
Mrs. Craiiger at hours not occupied by
classes.
Subscribe for the Daily.
K IBabylon Coal is THE BEST.
All grades of hard and soft Coal.,
Camel Cnal sind Cute.
X.L STAEBLER,
Telephinne No. . One door East nf Ameri-
can IHouse.
Bicycle Repairing!
In sll branches neatly and peonmpty done.
Prices reasnnble. Sundrien at rock-'ntam
prices.
Win. J. Wenger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANt4 ARBOR.
o' M. MARTIN, Funeral Directnr, Clotb
... nnd Metallic Canketn and Fine fiaed
Cnffinn. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S
Fourth ave.5

ITE NT'c 1897 BENHUR BJICYCLES embody mere new and genuine ipo.s
iss c'ssn~rssctiess than assy other bicycles nose before she public. Neyer before Isas-
suss .i csellent valus been offeresd for she monssey. Our newe line, cssnsistihsgofes e s
s.rs'ssclmsssdels at $60, $75 and $5Hfoe singlc machines, and $15-toe tsssnsesms, ss'sL
thss vsirions olstions offered, is nuchitShut the most exacting psschaissecaen bha(isles'
sailed.
CENTRAL CYCLE MIFG. CO.9
<--AOEN ETREET. INDIAN. P0L '.
A POSITION i , t . i
Can be asenured with Ransd. McNally & Co, that will brineggoad retnens t0
stndent- fssr this wort:s dan g racation. W~e wish Repesentatives on aur
Atlaseo, 1Maps and other publications.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY . I , .
By Rabert N. Tooter, M.1D., af ChilcagaoiMedical College just issued, is the
bookss fIcr Medical Students. Ctilague and circulars send on application
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVESw 4
Wve want a few sprcial represcntatlives us the College. For thia position
esperienced boot men shauld write as at ance, tating past, experienee.
RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
nf 10 nt.a sauipleleo
anyaddsmressriess I
J6 07 eepound, Flaet
Psm-p id~satt eiseee
a euRsof,15 ut,
Only 0 d r. __ _ _ -

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