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May 04, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-05-04

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TILE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays ecepted dring
the College ear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFFIr: Times building, 7it S. Mate St. be-
tween Liberty and William Ses.
MaAWAGayeG EDTOR
J. F. TOMAnS, 9.
ASS'T MANAGING EDITORa
F. S. Sins, '9.
ATHLETIC EDITORt
I.. B. Sat.T ,3f '09 1I..
BUSI19NES MANtiAeLa't
. I. HAl, 9.
EDIhTORlS
. L. Gerssace,'10 L..1. A. CMPBsnEL, 'C.
F. A. FucK, '9 . A. CAMreos,,,9.
G. D. Hsoeaceo', 'al. T. 1. Woeoins,93
BUTjcLEoLA, '0. 131 D. Jrao 9t),M
The sbsarption p lo'' f tieD1-1fy is q2.50
fort thecollege yea; wstba ela t dbiou
oc-.anleo oa .' sl.s aoli,"cs Onmaia-
ine,and oter matter itended o eblica-]
ion mat be handd is at he Daly fiic be-I
fae S p. in, or mailed to the editor befo" 13
p. i., of the day gesos to that on which
they are epeted to appear.
Sbscritions may be left at Te Daily
Office, Myer's or Stolet's Nestnd, or
with Buasines Mtaaer. Sbeibers sill o-
fer a foevor ty rerting promply at tt.
ofiee assfailiate of arritoeldover pape.
cligiail hs itrolael "Sokos
1.1 arousse ltitsiii 1sor t i ct t".ai,
tilne li ell povet a.1 eettit , . ,
patis-ilics. Ano ti' c pla t t c'2 l
li-'scilwisthlib-neit litat i io hlust:
gaatt . Sl ~ll atei'lsFate i ii( l
evetils tof tics')-aar. Al such11c.'llcit-
ittg nit('ornel-l lt ludy nigti1.=0il
otidtname0100ld;thILtoi n sl n si1
anilCherl'on Ite icua nit. liii n
tciOttis lttgo ittne lidtheDtily ottlgltt'5
tichat teAthletic Botardclltae ott 110
caller aunO ste watlianttbeJ lttit.
Faculty Concert Programr.
AN'k ivle Ibeowthle rogl'tsllc Of te
l'ttrllty ('oncer 1o Ito gi: tati '3ltroclcy
eveingi lai loy 9:
Intermezi Ot. 10i.....Rbr F"t1101s
Fivt'lDtos'sit iatis adlVilit.
Chalttille ,lcft'.-Zit, tbriatctA.
Zeic
Ai'eiibcld Olocglcs-BlltthcscI. ,ocvc
(lirtlter S. Occititn.
1icderlllCntl'tolOp, ;:. 2, . iclt WtSi
tlerrotictiA.Soieu.
Stegtitsttd's Love, Fong fruit"Doe
Wa~lkneor"' . . .. lrdler . 1 actisoti
Bagatelle in C ucljor.ll..oet'los'tll
Ballatde i inor 1110.......Chopinc
Albrto IJonas.
Athletic Notes
Candleidates for I110 relay Coeao isoIto
tkeno 1 te CitiagoCcrtivl wet's
timeclt at:00 ytrdo yeserclIy cfte-
Thto lasetol tttetcwre giventon;tllc
practie otly yesterday, tie gronds
lbingttgoos wet for felt work. L. L.
T'ltoctpsol, 'ItS L, and H. 11. Elinone,
9,are amcong the 11ew candidaes ortt
catcher.
Wisconsino has sow'ed up uncsually
well tos'the ittr-ollgiate debates
this year. Last Friday she was repro.
sented othc at Evanston and Mline-
apols by wining teems. -

FOURTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL.
Final Arrangements Completed
-Dull List of Participants.
The Fotuth Anual May Festival of
Mutsic begins lay 13 2nd cloet on tIe
evening of Say J. The Festival
forc'escnsist of opants- Alle. Eot-
miatCohn, acid Mirs. Frances Dutoin
womi; cotrltos-.Srs. Kthteiet
lood5good11 and Miss Jennie le Set-
cer';Iteors-IHa rota ertbcld anailJ. IT.
plliltril, Hiiri'lt Seyntad actl rn ie
S. Lamisoni; tpianist--Aleroonttta;
violinis't-He~rmannccic tzl; the Chorllrt
festivtl orches'ttra-Fifty m'ician'sl;
c'ondcitoriis Emril Sollc'tlcccttcr atd A-
lcrl tA. S5tily. A4I tgiifrct; rs
91mm111hcas been preprttedl for 11cc'I esi-
Scl. 'Suiti'dea'othe 1c'positittitaidl
t'l'hoer'it sits of patlicipt'sill lt ]tils
gltcl t- liivl cltle gtinel iy' lie
following' tress'.oicies:
Lastcngt Calve was ina splendid
spirits tr the enthtutsiasmn ofter
welcomoe, s showno by the size of the
atudienice, was eouttghtots fill any
singer with joy. Never lineslohe it-
terpreted Ctrmtett with greater var-
ety of delicate atidisubtblegantces og
drattaticexiresio. There was
the sparkle of chatmpagne in ter
csitedy anid the fire of absinthte in
her tragedy. 1cc swept the gmtout
of passiotn with to free icaidi.atd sie
tadate her audtiecnce vibrate li~e theo
chtords of a grat olian harp. And
she sang wit an exquisite art that
does not get half the approciationc it
deserves, for a large numcbr of ear-
ers lubor under tetieltsion that
they are moved by tier aticng. Bt
Calve's finest dramatic itrtumentt
is her voice, whicthirils and glows
with wooig love or glitters like
cold stol with anger as she wils.
Her performcate last tigit as thit
of a gnis-Newy York Timtes.
J. iH. SKONOr.
Amtiids a scec'fsrtle timost c't-
lthsisin-xviththeit'aude'nce aclllctlc-
ing, thec' titeachos of the oreitstra a-
tlingttghecir bows caginst tirid iidl"s
cetistu--thueseiclcn igt of lii'hees
tivatoWas botught 1oa tritliloc'tt
te'rminaiocn. Te tumultliwvas ocon
sionied ccily- by' the ltt'o. SMr. Sic-
tiitley, wvhose terribt'ivocation, "Let
temtiperisht all ict this tplae," ia
series at topic noes thatt rng throgh
the bulding tili it ecoed agaciu, stal-
oil every' ian'ut and omiat ithe halt
to their feetinit asate of enonlrs-
atle xiteiscnt.Ile cas te cornof
thte hotr among te soloists.-Woross-
ter, -Mass., Daily' Teloegrm.
BARRON OoRT1AOD.n
"Sit. Berhad tmtcde an ideal Loen-
grnl. In miajesic hearing lie loked
the tytical knight of honor. Ile scor-
ed anIl. cstantaneos sustccess. His
voice isritch and ful, and he cot the
draataic oliactx ito a tmanner outch
stattped 'hinm at once as an -actor of
the very highest caiber."-Pitsburg
Dispatch.
Tue Tuesdaty Evening Clb tit Pol-
tical Economiy and History will not
mteet lay 4th. but ot Wetinesday
eenitg, S-lay 12. PROP. TAYLOR.
TO RIENT-One suite of rooms. 20
S. Ingalls st. $2.2.
Subscribe for the Daily.

TUTER THAEVE
Ile1897 BENT-HUE BICYCLES emhody more new and gennine imnprovomalcle
in construction thtan any other bicycles now before the public. Never before hove
Old~lt cxcelent valtues boon ofred for the money. Our new licte, concsisting of teicht
,;IIIterb modeis nt $60, $75 end $127 for single mcachines, accd $1.50 for tatndesne
lisa variouc optionsa offered, is nuch that the molt exacting purchaser can ho etirei'u
suitetd.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO..
''CWARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIS,.INN.
OCR FINE POSTERCTALOGCE MALED FOR TWOu2-CT STASer.
Students and Teachers
oan secutretpleasant and profitable wvork introducncg oucr
Public Libraries........
ini tow-Is atid countiry utndifsrniitg Reatdinog Clubs. Jtist
lice work for Stttdteit , Tetachoers acid Mintisters.
Managers...................
We also watuac few en tergetce field mnaugtrs. State age
anid cxpeosicc ithIbOctk0workc.
Address Dot. "S" HAN1D, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.Weisndrcip
nti0 s. sa. tatl
anyeaddrets. Prices:cTC
j pond, $-3. ctt,,r.-
Cerann, t?et.
rost-ott' Cattlocac ree C
neccetch, 19 Clcn
U L[14 This space is reserved.
SUPPLIESfor the Grand Opera

-Spaudi League Ball. lits, Maskstt, eec
Mtanagers thoulid seed for sarmples ted
specialt races. Every requi'.ite fer Tennis,
Golf, Crickset, Toadsaned Field, Gymnat-
stem FEquipments and outft-. CompleteI
Catalogue of Sprieg and Summer Sports
frte.-"Thte Name thteGuarantee."
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Newr York, Chicago, Piliadelphia.
EENTI. "_HLa It
PHTOO1PH P
AIDNI ARIBOR. MICHt.
Don't delay your photo sittings. Sit
early-and avoid the rush cf Coln-
itoencenent. Senior ratesetu aii sen-
iors of '97. Randall's Photo Studio,
Washington Block.
1'OUND-A fraternity lin on Stat.'
st., Zeta 'Phi Kappa. tufsritnttion roe-
gaiduiag saute cay ho had by paying
for this notice and paroving properly.
TO RE5N T--A number of boats at
U. of Mt. boat house by hour or day.

House.
Babylon Coat is THE BEST.
All grades of hard aed soft Coal. ,
Camel Cootaand Cokce.
19. STAEBLER,
Telephone No. S. One door East of Ameni--
oanHosec.
Bicycle Repairing!
in alt breeches neatly end pionrptty done.
Pices remsonable. Sundrie at reck-'uottom<
prices.
Win. J. Wenger,
8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.-
G od. MARTIN, Funeral Director, CiotW
.and MetaliiCasekets and Fine Grade
Coffins. Embaling a Specialty. No. i7 S.
Fourth ave.

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