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April 16, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MlICHIIGAN DAILY.

Pa di1shed Daily (PSndayn excepted) daring
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OrFsCE: Times building, 79 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty andi William Sts.
1C.1hNAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMsAS, 97.
ASSS'T M4ANAGING EDITOR
1'. S. SLsiONSs, '98.
ATHLETIC EDITORI
11. B. SKILLMAN, '98 L.
BIUSINESS MtANAGSER
0. 11. hIANd, '98.
EDITORS
F. L. GEISMEn, '90 L. I. A. CAMPrBELL, 'a0.
F. A. Fuela. '98 E. A. CAsroEtu, '19.
G. 1D. HsUDNUT, 'CO. T. R. WODnOW, '90.
BUsTER LAMBo, '00. G. D. JENisnGsess'99CM.
The subscription price ol the Daily is $2.0
for the college year, with a regular delivery
brfore neon each day. Notices. communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion mast be handed in at She Daily office be-
fos e 0 p. in.. or mailed to the editor before 3
p. in., of the day prevsoas to thsat an which
thev are exisected so apspear.
:subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office. Meyer's or Stafliet's Newstand, or
with Business Mlanager. Suabcribers will eon-
fer a laser by reporting promptly at this
affice any failure o1 carriers to deuiver paper.
Tis edlition of the Daily is tbe last
issue Isefore itie spring- vacation; pu'b-
licatioli wvill ill restinsed a 'disesday.
April 27.
Tin' less Daily Board met yesterday
aifternoon and organizeti fur itie en-
siuing reai'. J. F. Thonias was ro-
elocted managing editor and F. S.
Simionis and II. B. Skillimain wire re-
lamned as assistant iianaging editor
slisfi atlililic, editor respeierlyx1. The
presenit busincros mianager hioltds over'
by tile Coinstitntioni uiitil 1111 s'iii of
Liie year.
Thle baiseball scele swhichli Man-
ilger Aitkinsosi has airranlgedl for ihis
year reflects t reat credlit oil the iiiau-
niger's judsgill: 'ii and5 tillity. TuCe
gain's x'i lie are to be' playe Ill bmw
"assure -is Chit Nsve shall t'b( stile tosee
tiie bist: iobts. NNe are plleasud to
nois that athlletic relatioiis sivitl ('or-
ir1011 hav' lici'ii resiumed. Osir rela-
tions ss'iih C'ornell hair alwvays broil
pleasalit gad all ;viii be glad Ci thie
oppiortuity-~ whvich is ils preseitil
of reiiesviig 0ur1' eaisialine withl tlei
Coiriiell baseball teami.

part of at livig body of stdens, that
liCe had a personal inerst il Ciii'g~et
Uiiversity. and tat at soue fi'nre
time le would be cable to look bak
withi telighttth le eening siet wih
his felow students, mniy 01 w'omiin
after life sridesined to oeeiiiy
promisne'nt places us the worli.
Eater Song Service.
i'repsirstions have been iatl' fora
song service at the Congregaioal
church Stnday e-oiing which will be
devoted entirely ts >isster insnic. Tie
public is codialsly invited to ated.
The program will be as follows:
Aisien-Faiser. forgive thn''
(Passion)......... .1ayn
Bass Solo -"Vitisi 1tIis sared dwell-
lug" ........-Mozart
Mr. AV. C. fay.
Sopiranso Solo-"The voe of Jesus"
Sitilil'
Mss Ada Barker.
Ainthem-" 'Christ, tie Lordl is Rise,
. . . . . . . . . . . . Shelley
Duel 'tifitisir li ad Voles'soiii
.....Scisuekr
Mliss Sheterly and fit. oey.
Violin Sslo-"Atagio froiisG(esansa
scne"............Sohr
Mtr. tovs Sisene.
Allo Solo-'"Easter Snsg''-.l 'usos'
Mliss Csras ebs.
A islsisi- "lrak 1Forhs il oyIs'."..
'helse srmonssi lrissieltby Resv.J.9. ''
Sundelsrlasnsd 1:st Sunday smsirisng o
"N', bisv IsasU'iitarisn," wasolistenedi
to by anliiunusuaslly large. adienilc.
In .answver to ss vsrys geisral rls'siisss
it is bein pritdi, and 1m1y' le.ob-
Can~diii t iieii le eisr'sn'xr Sinday.
VXIA'lIt)ND1O.'NES. I
'Fhe idsancingg classess at 0shin'hiiiser-
sty 'School f tDancsing will not imeet
during vacation. Bust si programss part'
wsiiih orchesri muicill viibe gien o
each 'Saturday evinslg, lto xwhichthle
suladisieonl of is0e a (ospirwill
lie chasrgeid. A ftr vactiosite Close
will ecostinua- is meet intil Muss'1,onli
whicheen'iing ilierexvi liegieis
speial May tParty which miembsier of1
sll the eisss wil liie stilisto10t.i-
tenid.
NO)T] GE.
IC'ansuiiates for till'00'triiak eml
wiii ommuence training at once-. All
ishio ciiisrs' requstedt o remiain in
Anai Aibor sduringvaucation aiilprse-
ice as le SophlomoeFreosais iieet
will be ueit Msy S.
TO RENT -A innber of boats at
. of l. boa)house sy hour or day.
Babylan Coal is THE BEST.
All grades o hard and sat Cossl.
Camel Cal and Coh.
X. STAEBLER,

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Isn't I isi ouinhe at)1isboughat it''
Yi I iiwn) it ito 55101 Easter
Suswiay.We Ihaise (hi e atrong
Ili-in Phi IsOsverpls,(slaT
Cllr'sr Bssi. C1 s i )sBluei Seige-
-Geis, Biowis sanil Iacy
(hei st-. at

an 0Clubs, ToniksFour--sn-Hoods.25 S 7 S
$1.00 xi .11. tyi l-ping rae~s . ilds h
Noble's 'tar, Clothing House,
3I Sh amn.StrIeoh
ThT R T A " e 1 BEN-HURE BICYCLES embody more new nds genuine improvent.,s
icosrcinthan any otber bicycles nasw before the public. Never before hone
suchs excsellent valuen been offered for the money. Our nsewelioe, cionsisting oh eight
supeshiodlsat$00, $75 and $125 for sinogle machilnes, and $150 for tanudemss, ss-she
tevarious options offered, io nuch that the moot exactiog purchaser sasn hoeunirs'.:;
gaited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. C0a,
'9- GARDEN STREET. INDIAN APOLIto. !-N
OUn FINE rOSEnRALOGUE MAI LsEnsFOR WO 2-CNT STAMen.
A POSITION
sdents fose iui s%oem dur.i g vacatilo. Wli sbu leptsesrtuiv es on ouse
Atlases,. Naps anud ouerpulusicaution,,.
ALL ABOUT IHE BABY . I . .
By Robert N. Tooter. 9li11iiiofChieanon M~edical Colleejust issed, is the
look fbe Medic-l1'Stsdents. isitaushon-d circulasssendi on uapplications.

'fie'eongineer's social ss'iiichs sas
given on aWednesdmy night to thsoeuue-
hers of lie engineeorinsgnde'parment is
ivorthy of specialtsnontions because of
liii trtie collegesirtAishicli thsre
iedlsissy ausuh e iogood results swhichb
sloe botitniho follosvthue gathering and
sll others of -a simsilar nattire. Ther'e
ssams a spisrit of goon fl lows'hip hresnt
swhihwus'ap ipareln lo eseryone in at-

leiane thr asCin nneoO Tlp oneE. 8. Osne donrEast sib Ameni- lhe wnant a lew speciuli epriseototis s i he iCollee For tis lposition
feeling hi-ought about by pesonoal conea-Ioae experened cnos.booklns a olOwrite us at once tsting hnpasesseenor.
tac st which it is iisuiiosiblo to 'save ini BcceRe arn RAND, 1tcNALLY & CO., Chicago.
the elass room. To 'bring abaut snchssgor.a" v.g~o<awr - a ' ©e c
In all branches neatly and promiptly dane. Ws~eslalnr no
afeeling is thud object of such meet- Fri ceo reasonable. Sundrhes at roet Sottom em oui's.a.somlen
ingo, and othies's like them, as svns the Tj' I 'us.ge., e u_ .4)u~e
Athletic Association smnoker' Ao to X" 5'i tiuits.i .iu
.. N. FOURTH AVE.. - ANN ARBOR. OosMooo
results, there can be no doubt that S. MARTIN. FannealADi.eeter(C-l.ly
C Mu.MAlInaealiety.,Na.ehy S
everyone wenta way from the sooial 0. and Metallic Caskets and Flue Grud U I 91 ~1 160 y
swith the -feeling that lie was really a Fourth ave." ' s s 20a. s trc socc c~ sewa.Cso

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