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April 30, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Published Daily (Sunays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
OFFrE: Times building, 79S . Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 97.
ASS'T ANAGING EDITOR
F. S. SIMONs, '98.
ATHLETIC EDITOR.
H. B. SKILLMAN, '98 L.
BUSINESS MANAGEIS
o. H. HANS,'98.
EDITORS
E. L. GEISMER, 'TS L. 1. A. CArPBLL, '00.
F. A. FUCtK,'93 E. A. CAMPrELL, '99
G. D. IIUDNUTT,'00. T. R. WOODROw, '98.
BUTLE a LAM, '. G. D. JENNINGs, '99 M.
The subscription price of the Daily is 2.50
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publia-
tion must be handed in at the Daily ofice be-
fore 8 p. m., or mailed to the editor before .3
p. m., of the day previous to that on whIch
they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stoffet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Subcribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.
The junior law class are to be com-
mended for their action in holding a
class meeting and selecting the candi-
dates of the law department for the
presidency of the S. L. A. If the dif-
ferent departments would select their'
candidates in open meetings and then
instruct their delegates instead of hav-
ing the entire power in the hands of
the carelessly ohosen delegates, we
would have fewer complaints of the
power of the politician in the S. I,. A.
election.
The action of the Michigan senate
in passing a bill to prohibit glove con-
tests with an amendment including
football contests is startling to all Uni-
versity students and others interested
in the game. All attempts on the
part of legislatures so far to prohiibit
football have been total failures and
this makes the action of Michigan's
Senate the more surprising. The bill
has not yet reached the House of
Representatives and it can only be
hoped that by the time that body takes
action on it they will see the error of
putting prize fights and football on
the same footing.
Wrinkle Out Today.
Wrinkle is with us again today and
the contents deserve special mention.
The editorials are breezy and interest
ing, treating of President Angell, the
baseball team and the freshman ban-
duet, together with several other sub-
jects of current interest. Tise center
page is by C. L. Emmons and is one
of the best we have had from him
M. W. Caispau contributes a clever
half-page drawing, which with half a
dozen other cuts complete a very good
number artistically. There is a liber-
al allowance of jokes and poetry, ad
the absence of a story is made up for
by numerous short sketches, the best
being entitled "One on Freddy."

Miul-.Ian Social Science Club.
Profs. Adams, Taylor and Cooley
leave today to attend the meeting of
the Michigan Social Science Club to
be held at Saginaw Friday and Satur-
day of this week. In his lecture in
the Industrial Society yesterday, Prof.
Adams put in a plea for interest in
this work. Any .student may become
a member of this club by handing a
fee of $1 to Prof. Cooley, who is treas-
irer. Membersihip entitles one to all
the publications of the club, which has
recently gotten out among other mon-
ographs a very important paper on
"The Recent Agricultural Depression."
The field is an important one, and the
work of the club ought to be liberally
supported by Michigan students since
Albion already has a large student
niembership. It will serve as an aid
to our spolitical science department,
and for this reason alone deseres the
support of Miciigan men.
S. C. A. Offers Scholarship,
ThQ Students' Ohrisian Associaio
offers a scholarship in applied sociol-
ogy open to all juniors, senios and
grasdeate students. This scholarship
will entitle the holder to a three
mouths' residence in the Chicago Com-
mons (July, August and September)
all living expenses paid, work and
reading to be under the direction of
Prof. Graham Taylor. A full report
of the work done is to be given before
the associatemn at the beginning of the
next school year. Some work in the-
oretical sociology will be Necessary for
preparation. The holder will be
nated by Prof. Ada msPrf. Coley
and Mr. Johnson. ,Appli'ations, stat-
ing work one and references, sould
bee sent to Prof. H1. C. Adams before
5la y 21.
Lecture on Mt. St. Elias.
Prof. J. C. Russell, of the University,
will lecture nest Tuesday evening,
May 3, before the Yon Men's Sun-
day Evening Club of the Congrega-
tional church, on "Mt. St. Elias."
The lecture will be illustrated with
fine stereopticon views which have
been loaned by the United States Geo-
logical Survey of Washington, D. C.,
expressly for this lecture..
TO RENT-A number of boats at
U. of 1M. boat house by hour or day.
Babylon Coal is T E BEST.
All grades of hIard a nd soft Coal. ,
Camel Coal and Coke.
M. STAEBLER,
Telephone No. 8. One door East of Ameri-
can House.
Bicycle Repairing!
in all branches neatly and poptly done.
Prices reasonable. Sundries at rockottom
prices.
Win. J,, Wenger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
©. M. MARTIN, Funeral Director. C e
. and Metallic Caskets and Fine Grad
'offins. EmLalming a Specialty. No. 1i S
Fourth ave.

The GLSUIT
For Bicycling and Outing is the most satis-
fying Suit one can wear,-it looks well,
wears well, and is comfortable. We have
everything that is new and swell at
$0.00,9$7.50 .AND $10,00.
NEW SHADES-In Browns, Rede,
and Greens.
SGOLF GAPS, GOLF HOSE, GOLF PANTS AND
SqfsaeEBirr56e -" SWEATERS.
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,,.BETTER THAN EVE R"
The 1897 BEN-HUR BICYCLES embody more new and genuine improvements
in construction than any other bicycles now before the pubhic. Never before have
such excellent values been offered for the money. Our new line, consisting of eight
supeb models at $60, $75 and $125 for single machines, and $150 for tandems, with
tie various options offered, is such that the most exacting purchaser can bo entirely
suited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
'L GARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIS, IND-
S OUR WINE POSTER CATALOGUE MAILED FOR TWO 2-CENT STAMPS-
Can be secure with Rtand.SMNally&Co, that will bring good returns to
student~s for this work duri g vacatiol;. N e wish epientatives ou our
Atlases, Maps and other publications.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY . . r .r .r
By Robert N. Tooker, 1 1) , of Chicago Medical College just issued, is Ihe
book for Medical Students. Catalogue and circulars send on application.
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES , . . ,. . I.
We want a few special representatives in the College. For this position
experienced boot men should write us at once stating past exerience.
RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
Wes llseedurecipt
of 10 ots, a sample to<
auy address. Prices:M
' pound, $s.30;uar.
SURBRUG, 150 CulInn
only C4 MAt
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