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April 01, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-04-01

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Pa-ilhed Daily (Snays excepted) during
the College ear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICIAN
OF PN: Times batling. 79 S. Main St. be-
tween [Lberty and William Sts.
NfXNAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 97.
' AIT OIANAGINGo EDTOR
F. S. SIMOS, '.
ATILE17[C EDITOR
H. B. SILIELMA, '51 ..
]USNESS MSANAE
. H. HANS, '1.
EDITORS
. L. BEISMER, '98 L. H. H. COwIN, 'S.
F. M. LOOMS, 'S. BUTLERm LAM, '00.
L. A. CAMPBELL, 'S.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W. Ilaghes, '9. . IW. Smith, '7
F. A. Feci, 'SI. N.. o. Smith. '7.
. Lll, jr., 99t M.
The uscriptios price f the Daily is $2.50
for the cllege year, with a reglar deliery
befre noos each day. Notices, commnica-
tisns, and ter matter inteded for publica-
tion mst be haded ia at he Daily Sfice be-
foe S p. i., or mailed to the editor becre :1
p. i., of the day preios to that ott which
they are esiected to apear.
Sbcriptions may be left or The Daily
Offie, Meyer's sr Stofiets Newstasd, os
with Bsines Manager. Sbribers will cs-
fee a favor by reprtin promptly at this
sofice ass failre of carriers to delier paper.
The ttletie meeting set for Sotr-
tdayiigt is it stp to the right irec-
tioi, a step tow-itd the ceietion. in
the great holy of meitters of t
Athletic Associton who re not oc-
ively egogeod i atleti iiittsrs, ot
oatdret persotnaf intrst ithslt'af.
fairs oflt'e ssoiton. Itir at frge
seajority of 'the tieners lative palr-
t etiton i thei'work of.,tie lssoel-
fiolh edts with tie pymet aof their
d(ues,,. Metings of totattre f ts
Sn il lenti to Loriep tmitteOBn
with the doings of tie tsoeitionid1ur--
ing the whole yer,aSilth ils canott
ht findotexresioi toa nior sostoai
Val alpprt of athletcs.
The Osprng phlyscal examintiots
whiche are to hegi on uext Aleday
Sf1001lt receive the peetof attetion of
the Students. The istrtosoc of fis
secondi set of exminailtions is to f-
fortd a bass for eoarihg the nies
treme'nts with those tkeit fot faf.
Thia is a mter of iterest utSnces-
sty oth to the pfyiclodireetoroainti
to the stdents thcimseve, to the
former eauses it enhfeo them to see
wh11S the reutls of the gyitasithit
worfk hove eeti and werei it flods
a change of method, to the fttr te
cause it shows theiiwat the esttre
of their ofeveopmtet has enandit
what prts of hs' ody still uteefdSO.c
il-attention. It to a very itife titntg
to do antiltie reuttfs re weff wotli
knowing.-
S. C. A. Elcts Officers.
After its regular payer' lietig fot
evenfing the s. C. A. efected t1he fsflos-
tug officers for the ensuing yer:
Presideint, J. K. Marten, '98 5; ge-
eral vice fpresidents, b. J. Sweet, '99,
and Miiss Jennie Woods, 'fI9; recordhig
secetary, Miss Fl9oriee Pomery, '99;

treasurer, C. E. Lehnman, '9 L; lter-
ary vice presidents, Mils Louise
bodge, '99, Misstoary A. Goduard
'00, A. W. Smalley, '9. and W. R.
Harfper, '010; faw vice presitfents, H. J.
Mereer, '98 L, and tF. G. Drenning, '99
L; umedeaf vice presidents, G. D. Jen-~
nings, '99 :1, and Srs. Helen T.
Cleaves, '00 ii; enginieering vies pres-
lent, Rfohert i. Fox, '99.
Toe remtaining SHeetS will e cected
the coming weefk.
FIRSTr DAY'S SESSIONS.
(Continued from First Page.)
mtembters of tie factlty wil teder a
receptioit to the miemb~ers of tto Acath-
eniy and their friends in Tppan Hoff.
A lrge' invited .audtiece was pIresent
a1 the leeture giveni by Prof. tusseli,
ii toin 24 fot evenitng on fis asent
of Sic.hRanier, whichle nad-- fast
stitttier wIithlit,(titled Sateb gesfogi
calsu irvey- party. 'Tefectre 1005
ilitttrteit y stereoptitcon iews115of
lie glatciers, forests ad ot lige of the
iotutasils.
livesot the prtyihededil h troL.
Rutssell noae tie iascent fomitsidtte
of the toontiotne1v1-r iefore aseicti-
co. The paiol vert fored to aseotl
tettlogelti-randontce c-outs'e1ry ner
toaving 1a 0f11t1laciden~il tyo0110fSt lil
teni fllintgitsti crevlasse. Tietli-
tde effetedome0110of ll thepatytha51111
they cottld not ascetnd,buttta few stps
ot a ittte'siitttresting. Ulisti
rs e igthes'lst top topaty teit te
night in the croter 11.1an idi'iint tritig
were ttnaole Is obtain lnyt15'clt.ar view
beaue of tie couds. 1w Ieeks
were spent i lthOti'asceit,. which is ge-
erally' mode from nothsler ant muchl
qulicker routilt
GRHANGER'S CLASSES.
Classes in dancing meet up to Say
lt. Specilarte to those wising tt
join nlow. Progam for Tedy ant
Satnrdoy eveninlg classes will here-
of ter start of 8:3 o'fock. Single
evening admision 50c per couple. Of-
~lee Acadenty and residence C6SMy-
hard t. Private leoons y SMr. or
irs. Granger at lor not occupied y
classe.
LOS9T-Closs ith, dimtond shaped,
e~lirson and wvhite nmeiith l ie,
fetters "S.f. '8S." Fider rtntiroO
Dily office.
Doit forgetoustr Removal Sofe
Everything is going at a reduced price.
HATLEE"S t tJINITIOOB STOEP
Babylon Coat is THE BEST
All grades of hard and soft Coal
Camel Coal ad Coke.
M. STABBLER,
Telephone No. . Oe door East of Ameri-
casHost.
Bicycle Repairing !
Is all brasches seatly and posply doe.
Prices reassnable. Sodres at rock-bottom
prices-
Win. J. Wenger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
(O! M. MARTIN Fueral Director ClsIS,
".and Metallic Caskets and Fine' Grade
C'ollss. R +balmin, a Specialy. No. 17 S
Fourth ave.

S THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
-op'
Iho Sti s' L tue gsciiai's Course I

Lucius Perry Hills .. --_ _
John Kendrick Bangs -

-April2
-__April 13

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $1.00
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS 1.05
SINGLE ADMISSION .50
$.0 $.00 $1.00 $100 $1.00
$1.00 A Tremendous Slash! !! ! $1.00
$1.00 The U. of M. Daily at your room every $1.00
toy for thte rest of the college year through
$ ~>1.00 cmeneen ee oONE DOLLAR. $1.00
$100 O. H HANS, Business Manager. $1.00
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 01.00 $1.00

The SETTER THAN 9
5h 897 BEN-HTUE BICYCLES embody more new and genuine tmprovemosets
ho canstructisn than any other bicycles Bole before thte public. Never before hoavo
suchi excellenot valtmes been offered for the money. Our newlfine, consistisg of eighit
sup~erbt models at $00, $75 and $125 for single machines, ansd $150 for tadetts,, 10111
thte variotio op1tions offered, ho outh that the most exacting purohaseor call be eontirely
suited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
'2 EiARDEN STREET. INDIANAP'OLI, !
A OIIN Can be sec'ured with Rand.SMcNall~y c& Co,- that will brisg good returss to
stud-stts for ibis woorktdurongeacatiosn. Wo wish Representatives SE our
Atlases, Shops and other publicatious. 1 L BU H AY , . , .
By Robert N. Tooter, 51 15., of Chicago Mhedical College just issued, Is Ike
book ftcrSMedieal Students. Catailogue aud circulars send us application
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES I . .
W~e wat a few speeil representatives is the College. Fortiiis position
eperienced boots sen shouhd write us at once sta ting Sash, eaperience.
RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.-
Wewvillsndn receit
s~of 0es.aam~ple tI
r , anyraddess. Pris:s1
ond#t.8(!;-Oilssn..
SURBIRUGS. 1195Fulon
SreetNewYork.

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