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April 06, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Pa ,1sed Daily (Sndays excepted) duneg
the College ear, at
THE NIERSITY Of MICHIGAN
OF.cte Times building, 79 S. Male St. be-
tween Ldberty ael William St.
1[AAI[NG EDITOR
J. . THOAS, 97.
AS'T MANAIlED EDITOR
F. S. SIsOS, '8.
ATHELETIC EDITOR
I. B. SKILEMAN, '8 L.
BUSINESS MANAUEIR
0. H1. HANS, '9.
EDITORS
F. L. GELsoE, '95 L. 11. H. Cotwe,'9.
F. 1M. Loomis, '98. BUTLER LAtti, '00.
I. A. CAMPBELL, 'S.
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
W. W. lughs, 'O. S. W. Smith, '97.
F. A. Fchsr, 'E. A.. al. mith,'It.
W. P. Morrill, '9. . D. Batnutt, '5.
C. Lul, jr., 9 1.
The sbscription price of the Daily Is $250
for the college year, with a regular delvery
before noon each day. Notices, commuica-
tions, and other matter intended for puhlica-
tion must be handed ie at the Daily office be-
foe S p. i., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. in., of r xte dayitoelios to that on which
Suhscriptions may e left at The Daily
Office, ~leyer'o or Stofflet's Newtd or
with Busuess OManger. Suerier will co-
fr a favor by reporting promptly at thiu
office any failure of carers to deiter paper.
At alimeeting of te Dily Boarl ys-
trdoy afternoson, ai comminttete ws ttp-
pointed to rcvise the contitutionb.
Thils coinititet' will rport to tnt' a'-
Ir~i meenwtinig of tile Intepedet Assi-
eation to be held next week.
According to its ctustomsitlii' Dily
today gives a list of those entitol to
vote tt the alIlltill eletion of the
Athletic Association. Every 11111'
wthose 11a110 iatptearls should be prs-
cnt anid do his liartsward~ eleetig te
bsttiten.
It is billjutotto tie aliieiiciiian
Monthly wosoe sttments sw'e it-
ezec iniiotr issue of M\ari 971, to
state that thttt jotrnatl in it April
niulbe' acknowledges tilt correctess
of one criticism ald grans, am~ong
ober thiligs, "that 0 per cent of le
ioniepathic profession do not favor
renioval to Detoi, and that tie De-
troit prfessioii (a pairt heref.-Ed)
is actnated in their desire fr ie de-
inoval of the colege from Aiii Arbor
to Detroit by sclislintotives." Al
thiouighi tile editor till believes tat
reiioval shiold Obtain 'because Ann
Arbor is a village, we tre pleased to
ot himii aright before _Michigan I-
tirlts. The homeloathic hospital is
hatvinig oai utixecaioialy prspersl
year. Dring the six iionth just past
niore patients has-c been treated than
dring the entire nine iistls f any
year since 189t. If in 192,-aid we
0itote fronite reset agitatioti for
rcioval-"Tiie college boo no didli-
culty 110socuritg ol the cliiica.l Ia-
terial whicha caii be utilized," le ad-
vatages offered the honieopatile Stu-
dents today re at leat a third better.
There Mill be a freshman ocal in
NeWberry Ball, April 10.

The Two Freshman Banquets.
The split in the freshman cla,
which was caused lt fall by the
3contest over the ts'astmaterolip will
occasionifthe holding of two banqets
this year. The faction wilicl favored
11t. Kilpatrick, of the Phi Kiappa IPsi,
nill hld their bainqet next Friday
night at Grangel's, Mlr. Kilpatrick
lating a toastnasteir. Tie frateri-
ies which will be represented at the
banquet are the Phi Kappa Psi, Alpha
Delta Phi, Beta Theta P, Sigma Pill,
Phli Delta Theta, Zeta Psi, and Cii
PiAnubroineednshv also signtfied their intettion of attend-
ing this bantinet.
The tsasts have ben asiged, anti
tre as follows:
The (Claso, Shirley Symlons, Apit
Delta Phi.
Tile Girls, Willia C. Brooks, i'ii
Delta 'Theta.
Thte Faculty, Lafayette Y0o1ngji.,
Clii Psi.
The Indepitcntst, Lloytl\. Ftc-
ard, Sigma Pi.
F-ratei-nities CltonIlaynard, Inde-
Itendent.
The Boys, Iaticra Iti, Kaptpat
KappaGanmma.
Athletics, 1201)11 I. Vtiittlev, Bett
Theta P.
Almaiat Ser. W altr S. Penili,
Zetai 'si.
Thle banqutatewnill be folliotwed the'
ttsttdantcing part.
On -April 30th so-ll 01 etr the oter
bantquit, atl which tae regular 6;i8
oficbers ws-ll be presenlt anti of wiach
Mi. Aptei, of the Psi Upsilot flter-
iity, soill beW the toastmiastt'i. S..
Aipted oas eleetd clash teaistttastr
M,8t fal by at cmbinatnloi soilte
ilepetdet. 'ilecfa ternities swhtle,
withi the intlpettlnts, nill lold this
bantnet, re the Delta Kaptpa Esi-
lit, Psi Upslln, Sigma AlihaEasiosloi,
Theta Delta Chi, Detai Eptilon tal
Sgmia Cli.
GCiaiiger's Areadeny is not a ptblic'
ito. We reserve the right to refse
tilt aialtiissiois of any one wve think
best. ttsss Gratiget, ofice, resience
aid aeadenty I6Malynaril s.Iisate
lessons in dattcing at hours ot ote--
Diisc clngged. 163
POUND-A Iocetbook oil Main t.
contining niey. Owner can get
same by itentfying it and pyig for
tisi notice. Call at 28 S. Main St.
aOLNDA wheel. Own-ter cait have
smte by iaying advertising exn-os.
Win. B. Harrison, N. 10 S. Stae t.
K O Babylon Coat is THE BEST.
Alt grades of hard and tell Coa., 1
Camel Coal and Cob.
M. STAEBLER,
Telephone No. S. One door East of Ameri-
can House.
Bicycle Repairing!
tn nlt branches neatyand prorpty done.
Prices reasonable. Sundries at rochbtotom
prices.
Win. J, Wenger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
' M. MARTIN, Funeral Diretnr, Clt
0-.and Metallic Cauets and Flneerde
oSIfn. Embalming a Specialty. N. 17S
Fourth ave.'.

THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
,The Sdaeats leture S~scfaOon---ous--

John KencdrickBag

-April 13

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $51.00
RESERIVED SEAT TICKETS 125
SINGLE ADMISSION .50
$11.00 1$1.00 $11.00 $1.00 $1.00
$1.0 A Tremendous Slash!!!! $1.00
$1.00 Thoe U. of 18. Daily at your room every $1.00
toy toe thte rest of the college year (through
$1.00 comneent wefo ONE DOLLAR. $1.00,
$1.00O. H. HASMBsiniess Ifarager. $1.00
$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00

The.9 BETTER THAN EVER"
Te1897 IBEN-HUR 1BICYCLES embody more nsew and genutne improvemcni
in conotruction thun any other bicycles now before thte public. Never behoe ' a T
sutch excellent valueu been offered for the money. Our neor line, consittittg ot cigac
sttpera models at $60, $73 and $12.5 for single macbines,ntd' 3150 for tandets, wisi
thse various options oflered, is such that the most exacting parchaser catsllao lir
tuited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
'2 GARDEN STREET. INDIANAPO!JS,
0UR FINE POSTER CATALOGUE MAILED FnR TWO .a-CENs T ANIPr
a POSITION ecured wthtRand, Mctll~ty & Co , thati wilt bringcood returesto
stdnsfrthis eork duni g vacationt. Wc wish representatives on our
Ataces, Alaps and othter publications.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY,
By Robert N. Tooker, M. D., of Cicatgo lletcl Coltege just issued, is the-
obk for aledical Studests. Caltalogue atd cirtulars send on upplcatioe..
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES t . , I , , I I
Wec want a few speciul representativ-es in the College. For this position
exiperieeced boshkuten, should wcrite us at once statintg pust, expterience.
RAND, MoNALLY & CO., Chicago.
iiM' .G'®F?-C' e 4Q' -S-®m o '-ma.a.a n.na®.an--a ote s - . ."
p1555*5 sei',o et t~
eiahi ayren,. lAses.K
acaloeG, 159 Patton
StretMsNeYork.

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