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April 03, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

PLa'Sshed Daily (Sundays excepted) during'
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
Orreti:. Timsbuaiding, 79 S. Main St. be-
tween tibeety and William Sts.
AIt iAGING EDITOR
J. tF. THOMAS, 97.
ASs'T ANAiSI'NUnEDITOR
1 . 5. SI:4oaN, '98.
ATHLETIC :EDITOR
It.H. SKILMAN, '9S I..
3UIN StESSSILAAGERt
0. 11. HANtS, '98.
EDITORIS
Pi. L. GEIMnEn, '9S L. H. H. CoORtet, '99.
P. M. Loomis, '98. BUTeLE nn9, '00.
I. A. CArBELL, 'to.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W5. W. tlnches, '0). S. W. Smith, '57.
P. A. Pnci, '98r. ..Ma. Smith, '97.
W. P. Morril, '98. G. D. Iiadnutt, 'H9.
C. LutS, jr., SS91M.

Academy of Science.
Aftlet' a short business sessioni yes-
terday iorninig, during which the
A4cademy of Scienicesatdotpted a : eo-
iutioit thantkicg te Board of Ileg ents
and Fatctulty for thteir kindn~ess, tRe-
siring Preside-xot W. H. Sherzer, of Yp-
'tiliiitt, deliv'erctd teannutal address.
The object, he said, of nis address
waso cot so biur'n to giv o a. lorely
sceific plaier, bet) to trcot of s0om1,ecf
te meltodsSoy cietais of wttt=bh(Ste
child cait bei'tra iced for work ithec
htighser sciences. The work n the
lower grades shouldd le sochi as crinigo
the ectiltd into (15clse ittact with na-
ttr, s0 thtatiiy St contlinuattion of this
prepatrationt through-l the high ,:itool
cou~rse, lite will Ste helter prepatred for
t'iierseity scietiictu idy.It sipei-
ihig of thecdteopSintentt of thte childO,
Shcot. tilercer sarS that St 't-'t

THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
The Stuent' Leou goifins Cus

Johin Kenadrick Bangs -

-April 13,

GENERAL ADMIISSION TICKETS :31.01)
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS ad
SINGE ADIMtSS1ON .30
$1.00 $1.00 $1.0f"0 $100 $1.00
$1.00 'A Tremendous Slash!!!! .
$1.00 The U. of 111. Doily at yourr eont evety $10
I 4%' Sty Sor te rest of ttte college year (throgh
$'1.00 commnicerneslosceh~forONE DOLLAR. $1.00

The suhncription pre of the Datty is 52.00 5 ~~ ~ S iS ut tgs tditu'O. uH AO~~ Bisiss aagr
heforecf eneon each cleeahyday. taNotices, co mmsnira- dlier " it-tirer 55silSimitie -81.00il
lions, aud other matte'r intesded foe pabliest- cu- " tslre o
tton mtsatt ihanded it at the DaIiTy sfich e eieIhi oel. tlisitsis 1y Ihe
i.in., o ate oth dre hoec 1i i i i~ ro 1.0 ,1, 00 $.0 .0 10
p.r in., of th~e odaya opreste to that itron wiheoretiel 3ti- l.dy i __________________________
titev arc topeetd to appeare.
Subocriptians may he left tat Th~e Daily Solt it lookls t'ei-ace a t1sudred ls
Office.,IMeye's oe Stoflhet s Newstandt or t ll
with Bineas Otansoer Ssbrieiros wilS con- Sit
fer a faoseby reporttng promtptly at thio
affice Stilefailare of carresstoSdeiverer1m. I t ei<s oigb (5 or so rgcdti rt-
Thle Daily tod1y jpriltsote woods of es( existliso11itttilltri,. ~ s, i~
st'verati fsssiliatr college songs 5.0 .10.rise eS' (I f it ilrs tacr11tit e ttt cilti ft)1.' \ \\ \
at thec:Atihetic Aiioleritiotm mrelC0.1, bltost htlt' of life. .0b' 0
its. 'ise Daily woilbe .iistroit)Stl (-___--- \_~ ~
fS'c ~ ~ta'eitig SilS ale ~ Annual Addresn of the S. C. , A i/ 7
TwilS be ledtSby lie 1Cii-ity sid Stir 01. isatbcr 0 ytOi '<t ll ilt 1. t nI/f! 000'. \, O4
na~'tliig, stiti tll 1titti1iriSto }lott()(1 1 ill{' t sstasci oiso-le 10-1-S i<_ sf Its'i; T, k\o.I ~
fort', Zt oti1ie .ISttyo o Ie5-(iaio lt'ittlls peisslleo ti eArlst: \.. -,f
Sooialiotmitto rhotcer bicS withtthe I hi- t (S111c.t'..1il alestSlot'r1l'l tof y<7c
otheilto 0falitiizelctti-t1i olt Ihe hi1sot aclts shSiSI ip i5tutitsiie1t. Ili
1itsts Mider contts'asititollt11(1tis t h e "lie. 1'. Dititoisslikstitof
osork to be ttooc. 'ro -a lOSS 1">i'(ISO- ((Sc titiigo ft0 t'oh(oI~aS.tsuimit '.0a.

jests, the ietocisg sill be matite OS'')'
itfrltftii, its ordes tir aiol wht'.it' I'Sid
,many take p 5art andthe tireftres"' brassi
ittereest.
Prof. Paul H. Hanun' Addrenn.
Last eccingtt Prtof. tiattl SI. I-siss,
of Haro'ard Univ'ersity, sutliesiett (ic
Schioolmtasters' Cl'ubst t(eSchiool ot
ltcssic on "Whtat should tie IlsotS 'rt
Secondary School Aii to Accost-
tlist?" Ste shsonem for te ilrodmta-
is-nsf imattual aust-coittierialit(rain-
ing in these scthioolss itolice of :oisie
of thtc Greeksaniss tmiint tosstsaught.
lHe itaintainedelt th ie orsisiity sts-
mdent tuiont complietig-hiss course is'1, (1
seceondary school is tioswutfittedito
enter active' busittess life or is take oiop
any of te tradess. Whast drill ice grts
in the classical studies are of little
service tosward te comtnlcion of as
classical education. Sntiec of these

'sl~li('.1 at 55'presnt: i. high r'Itikh
mlii' it':the mleaing 1St("1'((Sfi'e
IS<I ' irtilte beltS oif riclos
4isoisgits nlitsc 'outs. Ste has thosen ls'5
Ilolslsject, "c'irilsttily - 155h Siiti."
Muisit' 00(1 be futrishied by (lie Ciii-
O esilIy Quasrtet, stidlthe thioris. "Thtt
Steastocsarce'T'linig," fro toii le "Cre .-
1 Sot," oiticit wass giseti s-wih itch
great sitcecssoat thi' Cotigregat otiat
t'iiiit't'lt itSundtasy inorinilg, swilS be
r('petulctt.
ItfOS'N-D-A pocketbookott Main ot.
custti1ii1ii itottey. Osonser enasogel
ssitc by isdentifyinig it anti potyiing for
tis noticc. Call 'it 28 o S.'iinsoS
Babylsn Coal Is THE BEnT.
Alt grades of itard and soft Coal.
Camel Coal and Cohe.
M. STABBLER,

Th'e 1897 BEN-SlUR BICYCLES embody moro new and gensaino improeest
isl construction thou any otber bicycles noow before tte puiblic. Nesver bcsfo s-sitv
such eceleint o'valsbeciioficredl foerte money. Osu reliioe, cosoistiing of 61-13t
sm prbtodels at 51(0, $75 andt$1552for single cmacinteo, amnol$150O foe tamsm s', oIL
the vairioms options offered, is suchs that time most exacting porchaseorrstn be c:-mtirely
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO,
G ARDEN STREET. INDIANtiAPOLSOS.
nURNE POSTrRnCATlALOGuE MAInsD FOR sWO 2-CENT Se'a rca
A POSITION .retortsS..
Atlaseo, IMaps and othmerisbicatons.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY , I A , , ,
My Robert N. Tookare, M5D55 of Chicago''5Medical ('ollege just tissied, is time
btookt foerOMedical Students. Catmtlogue and circuarts send on appication
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES , .
We wtint a few special representatives in the t'ollege. Por this position
eperienceS bookbmnmshosddowrite ns at mne statming past expertenee.
RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
1Yes'encenxe e
any address.. Prtices:?
topond,;Olcunine
rwvqzy PILffl acOUaltUm;. 159 ulton
SteenewYok
,aoA

I-

sttulies heuscild ititroduce rcurses Telephtone 500. . oar aoor East 01 Amerin
ticat will teach g"irls as well as bsoys
show So iiale utienmselves useftul )Oen Bicycle Repairing !
ben olf society, anad to help their ti, In all branches neatly and pon ptly done.
llndrstnd. ettr wht tey ae i','Js'tPricesnesnbe udisa okbto
uuter andbeter hatthe ar evb tpriceu. ennhe udina ahbto
flted for before entering active ileii- Wi. 3. WAenger,
Mens or professional uife. 8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.

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