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April 29, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Snay excepted) dring
ths Collect ear, at
THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OrrtEn: Timexhbuilding, 79 S. Main Si. be-
tween Liberty ad William Ss.
M~ANAG~ING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 17.
AS'T IANAGING EDITOR
F. S. S1aOoS, '18.
ATHLETIC EDITOR
13. B. SKLLAtes, '15 tL,
BUSINESS IONA(ER
. . DAN, '5.
EDITORS
E L. Dclsst, '75 L. I. A. Coere.. '1.
. A. toUt1s,'51 E. A. AMPecL,'511
. D. lie SlIT,'0. T. R Woniow, '8.
BULER La, '. G D. J eNINS, '01 11.
Tesubsciption price ot the Daily is.5
for the colcge year,sit a risloil ierey
beore tootecabhday. Notices. rtnmrlok', -
ions 'sdot sel s 10t e tened o publleh-
io must behanded iat theoly iSiebe-
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p. n., of te dbypseesioox to that on which
they ace expected to aper.
subscriptions may e loll at Te Dily
Office.IMeyr's or Stolet's Ncewtand, or
wit Busness SManger. Sberibe, sill cn-
fer a favor by reportinge promptly at this
office anay failre of creles to delver paper.
Tonight Micign andelChicigo will
meet in joint debate. Thlat ;inc11a0
contest between tese uniesitsls
should be trateed as one ofIe ol)
inportant of intercollegiae conets
ioes withioitsaying, yet the debae
tonight is lit to be held under any
auspicious ircuintaucc. While inter.
collegiate debates in the Past hve
been held tisl year in large auditor-
lWins and before autdiences osoitber-
ing in the thosad% the debate with
Chicago ill be Ieill in one of the
lalboratsries of the U nies'cisty of Chi
cago ita seaing capacity of sx or
sven hundred. More than thu% there
bao been s-ry little tinme to make ar-
rangements for the dbae or to ader.
dioe it, oing to the tardincts of Chi-
cago in deciding upon a date. Under
these cirnmtanceth(le fault, if the
pulblic idoes not attende the debae is
not that they are not interested in
such contest, but that their interest
has not been aroused by the colleges
sowinsg stfficient intert teselses.
Whates-er may be the reult, we will
hias-e the atisfaction of knowing that
Michigan is in no wy reponible foi
the lack of impotance gisentiis de-
bate. Prom the time arrlngenmens
were made for the debate unil ens
representativse were chosen, unsuoal
interest nalnanifesrd in the matter.
The exceptionally large number of en-
tries, the succesful society and iulor-
society debates and the final debate
hield in Unisersity all are sfificet
_evidences of tuis fact. If Chicago had
displayed a like amolunt of interest
and energy the debate tonight could
well be held at the Auditorium before
on audience of theusando of MTichigan
and Chicago suppoters..
LaW 'Student and Stenographer
_wanting office room in Detroit for va-
ation month with smal compensa-
tion, addreno stating clas and exper-
iene; D. fcare U. of M. Daily.

Among the Collge.
Cornell hlds her anual spring
track meet tomorrow.
Tile honor system in examinations
is to be adopted by the University of
Chicago.
The seniors at the Uniserity of Wis-
consin have decided not to ear the
cap and gowsn.
Yale is again fotunate with a leg-
lily of $10),(100, os-isih cmsiia to the
teliege by resersin after the second
miariage f \rs. Sloane. It wsill be
heldi as a library funed.
The Coinell relay eans which cen-
vteel at Philacelpia last Satutday il
the oiie imile relay race agint La-
fayette, Lehigh anti Columbia won in
fast flute. The reports tre conflicting
as to Che time nmade, 'rangingStri 3
Iin. 32 see, Is 3 mii. 33 4- sec.'
Mrs. Jane Stanford has taken out a
lie insurance policy for $,000,00 in
fasor of Leland Stanford University,
the annutal premiumi on wshih is $170,-
010. She is in her s-'nty-secnd'
year anlunidier the Ierss of the
agreemient wsithi ie company, $2,000,-
00t0 is to bt' pait to the"Unisersity- if
she use;: beysnt ten yeir.
Frhr 11 i it'e '. ofllS.11h1s juit et-
Adaptlotlslfisit ts' cssil'cloiailtI'of
Ln.stltsit' lialt-y.' In aniiy resecs
th ilite ltosokiits sller I ttither ot
nttes 110'eiplct tl thtil'fotot of it'
pige'.andtolgt'her'l siti 1110biogrph-
ital tnottlet'roctiiu e'syswechi. 't'
11011kis a I2ittt, Ill1itig'S, nt conils
ft'rtom t i~'" 1110'pess f te Ameiitrcatt
Botk Cmipny.
FIR1SfI X('lI lN 101F'tHIE SEA
SO)N T'110 'PI)Rtt.
Stsitiais, Sa ith111, le Ann M'ror
Railirotd itl siilin tiii'season 1with1
an1 exclrston to 'letdo. Sieil train
till leas-e Anti Arbor at 10:2 a. n:.
Parie for lthe' round11tript lily SO cens.
Chitilrt'n atltr ttwesvisoyears of age,
htalf this rttet. ILike Eie Patkland11
enjoymient to str paltroslduriig last
11l003l-'.:SOil, sill bt' stteesinthliti
tale it a saet of iiagiificene t eser
bst-oreut' a~tlle iy anly lace of Ilnttls-
Ott-lt iiithis Itontry. Thousandst15of
lllaltO havei' les'iiexpenedietn1c Iat
Otteasnoi I llitt'55l'ctti0tan1111additio.
notlaleltaluoutg swhich arTh2tomplisnl's
l'alittis soenie railwaly, YI'.rit's air
ectil Th'ieater Slstlt'' ly se
1lis, sant other atr'actis ts 011111r-
aeo to mlenltin The Titsarial En-
is rttinmtiotiarranigedl for te opeintg
lay wsil be strictly first class. Don't
111110 it.
COSIPAIME.NTARtY PARTY.
Saturday evening, Say lost, the Uti-
s-esify School of Dlaning nill give
a complimentary ipaty to all those
who have been mubers of any class-
es during the ninter. There will be
tile usual orchestra music and an ad-
mission of 50 cents wsill be charged to
outsiders.

Tse ,BTTER HA VER"
Te1197 IBEN-HUR BICYCLES embody more new and genuine improvemets
in constrnction than any other bicycles nose befsre thte public. Never before hove
tteis excellent values been offered tsr the money. Our nesw lite, consistitng of eight
sttperb msdels at $10, $75 and $125 los single machitles, attd $150 for tasndems, withl
thle various optisns offered, is such that the most exacting purchaser ca1n he entirely
vxited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
7'2 GARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
A POSITION . I I I I
Cano hr tecuredt sill th RandSlc~l~a llCo.,fthat wilt brbimeod retusrnsto
SI olesit, los tilshis orkdonrtrltvcatio. We stishi Repsesentasltsis oor
Atlases, i'loais atid other publicafitons.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY . I I I . I
Bsy Bobert N. Testier, M D , of Chilcaoe Medical Chllege jist issued, i-s te
books for eical Oloderto. Ctlogtue intl circulars srnd In application.
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES , a , . I . ,
lW ee's ft'fewsteil lIsprrsesttatlvsin e te Colege. Ftr this posiitn
exp51 ercdokl beshsbc llwrite ustat once statitig past. experience,
RAND, McNTALLY & CO., Chicago,
We ;",l1snd on receipt
atty addes. PStcestlt
°l . pound* .t.itrtguar.
aul "U.G, 15Stltn
_-Shree ide ort.

lfi)Ut.'hII) ti ALROIIADIZ LSt.
'lhesAnis Aebor railroad lt setl
t ickets ait rs'dhucedh rllt's for the ti'e-
losisigocetl:toits:!!
apillt''tist isoug Peoleo's IUnitouof
Amesitricai,Ct'itaotgai, Tetuts.,IJily 13
to 18.
hthothLeaguet'Iintet'imionalih('om-
-eliou, 'T'ronto, Canada.,Ituly 1 f t
1S.
EpwsorthLe hague Trauiig Asseml~y-,
Imsdiogoo, Sic-lu, July 20 to August 16.
Islaitti Ltke Cassmp Associationci1111)
mietisng at IslandTaklue, sseatr Bright-
Ion, Michs., Jully 29 to August: 31,
Naional Assotcsstion liocal Fire InI-
sum-tnee Agenits, St. LoisuoS., Stay G
to 11.
General Asseiubl- Presbyterian
Chiurech United States, Asosmbly
Grounds, Warsaw, Indl., Slay 20 Is
Isuelet.
hssquitre a t ticket office for further
informoation.
E. S. GItMOE, Agent.
SMr, and Mr.~_floss (Granger hasve
procured lime services of thie entirc
Cseeismatogn orchestra (14 pieces) fom'
their Slay Party, Satusrtay nighst of
thtis neek. 75Sc per couple osill be
eba rged.

Babylon Coal isx s-OFuxS-.
All grades of hrarid xesft Col.
Camel -Cool nod Cobs,.
M. SAEBER,
Ttlephsone No. 0. One dosor East of Ameri-
eansHosuse.
Bicycle Repairing!
IS ill branches neatly arid ppsn-pliy dooe.
P'ricesxreaotable. Sussdries at reckh ltttom
prics
Wmn. J. Wenger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
M. MISAhRTIN, Forserail Directosr, C e
"Iadletal lie Caskets anod Floe Grad
Coties5. Empsimisc a Specialty. No. at S
Fourth awe.-
Tucker&Col
BICYCLE LI VERY AND SALESROOM
18 North Fourth .Ave.
We carry a fusl line of np-to-date
Bicycle Sundries and parts to anany
wheelo.
Also Repair Wheels at living prices.
Give us a tall if to need of anythoing
ha our uine.
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