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April 08, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-04-08

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

ihe considers carefully w eiat tb~ e
®t ~ *~~suits of suclh action may boe.
Athletic Notes:
Pa limbed Daily (Suntdays excepted) during____
the Coutingeyear, at , The baseball practice ihas'been liioit-
THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, edi to batting so far hilt week because
OrrwtF. Timex huiling, to S. Main St. te- of the cold weather. A, laige number
txe ieryadWlla t. of candidates bave been out and there
01 INAGING EDITORt
J. F. THOMAS, 97.boo been a noticeable Iniproveilent in
AzS'T OtANAOPEL. EDITOR ti(wok
F. S. Sesox,'90.
ATHLETIC EDITOR. Although no .action has been takenx
ii.B. anroa, 00 ,. on the adopotioni of thle baxeball1
BUISINESS MANAGOER schedule by the tboald of cointrol, the
0. Il. lIArS, 'O.
EItTOttS irst ganie xiii be played at tih' Alhl-
E. L. GttISEn, 'O8 L. 13. B. CORWIx, '99. le Field Saturdaiy. The 'A'ao'oiry to 111
F. Al. Loomis, '00. BUn aLANx, 'Oh. have -ax opploneicts a teani niade op of
0. A. CAMPBELL, 'tO.
ASSCIAEEETOIS ineligibles, a010a0gooud gaimeenciylie
WO. W. Bathes, 'O. 0. . Smith, 'Ot. looked for. 'fhe line-uii will alpl1"Or iii
F. A. Fucik, '00 E. A. A. Smith, 'Of.
W. P. Morrill, '00. ft. D. Hudntt, '00. olilerrotv'O isoue.
ft. Lxii, jr., 009IM.

I

THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT

John Kendrick Darg-----

_April 13

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $1.00
BFSERO'I) SlATT 'I('Ei1 T"O 1.05
SINGLE 1:ADMS ION .5n

$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 8100 81.00
81,0 A Tremendous Slash! !!! $10
$1.00 The U. of I. Daily at year room every I$10
day 'or the res t fIhe colle.te ycar (hrough
$1.00 eemmenceent soother ONE DOLLAR. $10
enodclj and oodd'e.sto l /
$10O. HI. HAMS, Biisinesso Manager., $10
$1.00 1 O0 1.00 MOO00 $1.00

The suhbs'ription price of the Doily is 02.500
for tile college year, with a regalar delivery
hefore near each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for pubhica-
lion must behiaaded in at the Daily officehbe-
forn 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. in., of the day previous to that as which
they ace expected to appear.
Suhscriptions may he left at The Daily
Office, hlleyer'x or Stoflets Newtand, or
with Business Manager. Saherihers will con-
fer a favor by reporting pronmptly at this
office anv failure of carriers to deriver paper.
The annual ineeting of ithe 11. of -I.
Daily InldeplenxdentlAssociation ANiiii be1
Ielt iat 4:15 p. Iin lio110mC, en Wed.-
niesday, April 1th,
A freshmnii anouti1s1 tobe 1 ld, o
Fiday iight, .1nd11in view of tile fact
unit iii past years these tbaniquts h ave
becen made tilhecaifoforiiitnslxhii
tion of a spirit of violenice whitch is not
einly 0o1t ef lac at the Uive'rsity , but
even injorious too ltsiterests, a
thioutifnl cotisideratiotn of ithe sub-
ject ilay toe timeoly. W1ile te'J)aIye
'reard 110 ru1110s0of Troule, aii 'y
words ini rsgartd to the nmatterc nay
not be out of platec.
Juta hstm hnfrsabeing made to secuell it favora,-tle
tratmlent of flhe interests of thit: I'll'
versity at tile hbnd-,losf the sta te Icy-
isafure, any suchlitroublle' 00 occurredl
hst year, while it inay not be soo-.vry
oerious ill itself. should loe avoitied.
It is botond to toe reported ill a vary
exaggerated nraliner. The "riot" wt!~
be tdilaftedon oiantd a ssatil sta1te-

T'ile 1 lii 'ityO'of Illinois basel~colb
100011m was aginldefeated bt otctkfo'rd
''ole'dooy by 'ascare of 14 to Ii.
'Theo'traoc teallimoloniage llleot his
severol ul al beefs ill contempllation',
outside ef til e 100111theUieO)rsrity
ot Chicago. Annlononeeeo'nts w:tlibe
madlte lalter.
Tile athletic 11oa010:.at ies0 'stiat;
last nighlt decided 10 allow professioni-
als to play on class teams. A_ comitt-
to'e conIsistinlg of L. 1..itl, 1G. B. ir-c
risonl anidl I. I. wtO tilxilli 01100 ajlt 01=t-
i'd to Otki eharge' of tli e sitex cui0
Cours1,1.first semester, wii li e > -
amnled on hetlowhiole'c0ur1s1, far 're-
1001'al of on oditions, in1 1001102.1, t'ii-
versify Itohi, ( ion rothoy thio'15thi
1110. troll S too 10la. il. All who ole-
sire to tako' thio'ex'olinatioli at tils
tim 1 are ret' quesocted to send iio their
nanmes at oncee to Prof. Wenley. 315 E.
Mladison s-t. iR. 10. WIFNLEAY.
grangers Acadenoy 0sinot a poublic
11011. We reserve tihe righot to refnse
thec admnissions of any one we thlink
best. Ross Grainger, "ofpoce, rc'sidscc
anld leadenlyft Maynard st. Private
leesoons in dancing at 110o1rs not other-'
wise enigaged. 1-ft
Don't delay your photo oittings. Sit
early--aav0oslidlte rus~h "_f Coil-
lrenecenlenl. Senior rates fo all oen-
ions of '97. Riandall's Photo Studio,
Wasliingiota Block.

mont imade abono ,it. The effect of P OUND-A wiheld 1rcnbt
sanel by paying advertiniig expensl'0.
sotch repoortsouo the minds of tile lollo Wnl B. Htarioon, N. 10 S. State at.
beeso of the legislaturo' and tite geulla

putblic 'who are rotfconversanwithot
floe rc'rt focls inithe case, 15s ore.Is
react ill 0 mpirlit of iHostilty to the t'ii-
v'l'rsly and ils interests.
Those itho lhavme Itie 10010(11,,t in
choarge lhav'eiadie arl'allgolneoato 1
prevent 011my'distnrbancoelollingiplace.
The University authtiorities hite ho.
tilIualedth iat offenidero will 'be severely
dealt with. It is to be hoped that
there will be no occasionl for 10111'
Diary action on the part of the author-
itiles. No stnident osiould take part in
any act of violence. Nor do we believe
that anyone will robe: a diturbance

Babylon Coal is TIlE BEST.
All grades of lard and ref t Coal. ,
Camel Coal anld Cutec.
Ml . ST .AEBLER,
Telephone No. S. Onor door East of Ameri-
can Ilosse.
Bicycle Repairing!
In all branches neatly and peow'ptly done.
Pricer reasonable. Sundries at rockb 'ottoml
prices.
Wi. 3. Wenger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
" MI. IMARTtN, OFunersl tDirectur, Cout
.J. and Metallic Cansketusand Fine Grade
Cnflins. Embalming a Specislty. Ne. 171
Fourth ave.

Til3,BETTER ETHR
fie1117 BEN-HUE BICYCLES embody more new and genuine improeecoo
leo constrnction than any ether bicycles note before tlhe pubtic. Ntever before havo,
ouch excellent values been offered for the money. Our netw line, consisting of eightl
sooierb modelu at $60, $75 and $125 for single machines, and $100foe tandems, wtlhI
tine various option offered, is nuch that the mont exacting purchaser can be entirely
suited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO-3
'2 GARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIS, H1 i'D
OUR FINE POUTER CATALOGUE MAILED FOR TWO 2-CENT STAMP3
A POSITION , ,
Can beorsecuredl~ie 3tl d, 11oh.010t y oeCc t~.tio lloibiringeood retulrnoto
sOudint ot his oort:ri, 1)10.Cvocationl. Welihe Om ts entatives on cur
Athac6., 2.005a1111 l~e tosititocn.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY , , , , , , ,
ihy 0o0'et N. 70011c-r, M1 ;0 , of Chilcagoc Moedicol Coleefoot tssed, is the
hooch for edI loot Olorio-,Coitonucotrd cire s~ars send on opplication.
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES
tWeooiwant oew srei oh '(110c'ti'as inthe)' i lore. l'ortis'position
expooecei l lOt 00n10i l0.ui0wroitcuso<.ton01.0stiltingepast vexenrience.
R{AND1, iVNALLY & C0., Chicago..
eteml.., 4U en,.
t ' racnd Cataguearee

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