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May 01, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-05-01

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunda ys ecepted) during
the College Year at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OrrICE: Times building, 70S,.Aain St. be-
tween Liberty and William St.
MIANAeONG EDITOR
J. P. TB0OAS 7.
AS'T NANAGlCN(. EDTORS
F. S. SIAtOaN, 'I.
ATHLETI CEIiTO
0. 11. HAs, 'OS.
L.I. b.I Drt, 'IS L. I. A. CcrnEs, 'O.
P. A. luren.O 93IE. A. CaNreL, '15
G. D1. ilsines, '0. VT. i. IWocow,'i.
lUsTra LAB, 'as. C. D. Jennine ,99 M.
Tle ubcrplon piaerofthteaDaily it $':.6
for the coier year, withe a reglr delvey
bfre noon alh day. Notices, tomuica-
tions, and other enattr itendd for publica-
inn mst be bandedin abushe tally tee be-
ole ta p. em., or sailed to the rair before 3I
Ps ,i., of the sly reosnto that 01whichai
they are epeted to apeea r.
subsri pbaes may beeift at Tae Dily
Dtie, eyren or blilet's Neaetad, or
with Bsiness Manager. Sberibern will con'
fer a ayr by rertig remitly at thi-
nthee aev failure of arnrs toteler ar.
The lbaseballlteamcais li lOws 'lll
pastC-eerieainelsaaay be ilpe'iiaaa lpels
lta will a imajriy f lihegameli ri-ta
bre playeda, if 7iaiivo 'thepeeereulaoet
ly liarelutaiaa. Thrha bicn scl
laisle iuamberaof eon-loakrataa11iWa ilac-
theranucaeisieeally tiei(elig'yel
lase greoltedal alyraler aai"Iaag
gao lefiybut la care,lieolareali-
tiloDlion eensliowan. Tias ilnotasa
it sc' alalbe. It Inliar dty of ae
oareCihl is aie Cogo10oltar Alet~i'ci
F'ield dlilly ai, if iposileiateaadl ll
;;time(s aso ad elarn'stoha lielnainil
sll legtimatealaways. '['le tli'is ii
lg hardlisall'aanervseon iiira-reagaa-'
niant of all.
;Micligalasla lols las (l'i'.gaa-
firast i wi ase a~aabal laahenfotallal la
noii aiatiisg. Ad leaselsViey ai
laeas wol ly bill atnarrowvi- slrgial.
tiream esito10wlili assilasil. a1aa
haul i feealaall, obiintlalin aldbai-
ing. Every- vibry isisfaily wan
caleald e oatbegrudge then to 0cuar
oppoesta. Easelstileiac Sleigasasdidn
lhr best,basilCiagoviae ablili 10oex'
eel hill bast by jusC teagia taa iiil.
W~hil we regretcany defet, wvie'ell
wrll 'cia-ole'oureves'otwith tha ir.-
lerics of atehelstadask omafoart
fro taheitisa' ghatlhat llaiealr c(atsts"
areasmisg. Althsaisghs ill' mloxl,
they deservea li.sa' for tlisa'cl'Xaenht
showiangimadiae, oof lltemlli l-viig tliii
hilgheast indaiidal reak f tlesix Ia'-
btils'. A crviwd sih laoasat Cis"
ts-ain1tovwelcomse themls whenc they re-
trn touight.
According to the latest report of 1.
S. Comimissioner of Education Harris,
there are in this country 481 colleges
and universities. (Thse received du-
ing the past year a total income of
$15,783,638 employed 8,459 instructors,
and enrolled 63,402 under-graduates
and 4,273 graduate student.

Ceducation in Universities.
It is bly witinisthbe clta30 :cas
thatl coy pprlusilli'sfor lhigere ela-
easissa hacvebeeniava-ilabe to woenlal
an Iis cosnry. AC hi pr'senthai,
theretfuora, Cfrle -osess isoistelbre
college dereeas are sil01n ie yool'-
fl arir of imidleilift, an it onsly
withai the last dlecae ihati the batle
far lila'higher edualntiona eof v'aomena
a.ay e elsidelal ara'o i'a. Ou(liar-l'
Ilivcrlilies re liarmist enl raeei a
iiliarheinailalins o f ligieslar-l
la, alit s letois lactas; wil
a ;lo0aosnsesof justicertoliielist 11-
iay an.ailecal entaaaain'd.,iha l lil-a
la i-ia obaro llato ws-naa. Bualti-al'
all sateuring thare aaadissnof wsmnala
a iil a.16 Visa'e nesii ' .ra,'iaa ies i
i aaaaal isaUtahl, vi-osea st lat laa.ar.
elan'. foulldte'alins151, 'a-as to-ia' 1
tioals flam hrlbaginnaing.teVlaa r-
lalilig ableiwll be areadalwalls illre
ass illtinghaa latltia' of tlista o
showlia eanceiuait'io asiiilai'
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alisc------------------.......---l7l
Lli 1i l la .. .. ... .. ... .. .. I nlal
fl111essa .. ...- - - - -... 117.. 11
1 l sas .. . . ... ... .... . .. . . al(;(
Nebaralska- - - - --.........1511
Coloradao- - - - --.........1717
-Naord"sDaketas- - - - -1.......1l'0
South a-sDakoat- - - - .......18:
Jtoaala . .. . .. . .. . .. . . I
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ltaai .i .. ... .. .. ..- .. .. 17,-a0i
rMichigan. OCah ilniigan.
ThIlllisa,lpunbishiattlalea ii al
a Ia- of llinia nain s 'eaitle 'failevisg
A, I'1ll, -s
Iirslaeafili e diated oi1Mr. ":117k.
al l:es U. yc-nLbascodlli iaaa.
A. _11.
'fi at'y i'of vi ltor ha11coe'ii,
l iaeesga. eli Miohiagana.
Via"11 vralk one OUsAnisaav'ife l 1 'a
Miit'ligaa, olet laa-bagaa7."l
l.- asg lng wr' viai(a fois Cl laa
Wsians vs-coeulis 1y.u1 511),1oh sy,
Vessd ebs rerea'tiwhiler yarIyoanlmay
Mich'lig-a,oh Mich'lign.
'lie' gamlh ~i a'e a ,weit'asniaioase,
M1i~igcnoh eliMeligan.
Wesaid you couiaalllildt, bst yoi l-eis
.aisig-an, otiligait.
Wea'ra' larten--issra-wv're felig soe.
{?reiishlieviraler'eiarad that saorer
lia ats ecyou'erboatn 00 ones,,moe,
Mihiga, oh Michigan.
W,,. cod SMrs. bRos Grnger hsair
pr'aored the servires of the enire
Cllaqustlegou -orrlestra (41 pires) for
Cisir May Party, Saturdy iiglt of i ek 5 e opevilb
charged.
TO IbRENT-tlse site of roenel. 2(
S. Ingals s. $2.25.

Thae 1877BEN-lIFE BICYCLES embody more new cnd genuine improvemenlts,
isa aonstrtoaihon than aoilysaer bicycles nowvefore the public. Never brfore laer
caicla exa-ellriat valsaes bern offered for ther money. Our new linleronsisting of righat
nsapesla saadels at $60, $715toil$123 hoc eingle machin,osnd .$150 for tanadems,wialil
tilaa verieustoptios l fered1 is such that the most exactlig puasaer rcss be entiraeiy
sailed.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
flAREFionkSTREET. .NDlANAPO 1l11% ND.
A POSTpSI061 H 5 1 1
CSn bsyeeuareloa55slaaaBendlahc~lali & C ,llatiliiiaig recd rerls nsatc
n'lssentlairaibi or (s~ial errieoa.us'ela isLraaap eeaatines en eu
ACta, Malas andaotaher iablieatitns.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY . 7 1 1 1
By Robert N. VTaoker, t Ii). ef 5iaia'asgol-aileasilIsollege jusattessed, iatar
book tsar estei clal uents. iaatalsagueandsaleirauass end en spplieation -
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
vie naisat a lcw ara sal a o-';aii sa n sa sir l'-eie r. this11mpcsil ion
exprrienaedaoenen sss.aaalwritelus ataosrcc statinaepastl eerience-
RA iD, McNVALLY & CO., Chicago.

We w:iitando eccila,
nf 10 rste. aslanpls t
k easyusa d. 4 4i e t
tret, Nw York,

I

7

Bbylosa Coal s Til E OBST. 1
All grads ofehardad soft Coil.,
CsamelCoalanadCol-e.
X. STAEBLER,
relephoene No.S.0 Oneaoor East ofAsmeei-
can Sloane
Bicycle Repairing!
loas ll braneehes neatly and saosessly done
Prices reatiable. Sunafries at rocak-'otteaaa
pricese. 1a"1
Wi. J. Meger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
O' M. 1IllttTIN, Faneral Clerer, C r
l.and OMetallirCst's and lOFine Crad
rnsltee. Embalnming a Spencialty. Nsa. ii S
Fourth ave.
C00\11 LIUENTaAEY PARTY.
Saturday evening, May 1st, the Uni-
versity School of Dancing will give
a comnplimentary party to all those
who have been members of any class-
es durtng the winter. There will be
the usual orchestra music and on ad-
mission of 50 cents will be charged to
outsiders.
TO RENT--,A number of. boats ci
UI. of 1a1, boat hotse by hsour or day.
Subscribe for the Daily,

THE FINEST TAILORING
OF THE CITY~
S. WBurchfield,
HURON ST., OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
liLadies Tailoring Annex.
SUPPLIES
Spiaflergfeie ball.AISls.Masses, etc
ilasoa"enn shoaald vend forn eamples and
npeatsirataes.Evryreausiteleer' rennis,
Gelf, Crirlart, Ts'ac'kantd Field, Cymna-
nssna Fqshpmnslnsd outfit .Complete
Catalogue of Sprng and Smmer Spants
free "Vise Nae thse Cuarantee "
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,t
ews York. Chicago, Philadelphia.
RENTCC7HLER,
ANN ,ARBOR. MICH.

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