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May 06, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-05-06

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THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

~t~* ~ ~ TheProf. Hutchins Accepts.
beBoard of Regents held a nmelt-
- ? ing yesterday morning at the Issoei
Published Daily (Suntdays excepted) during HIouse in Detroit. Official notiee was
the College year, at
received) of the acceiptancle of the pool
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. 101o rsletpotmo h n
OFIrCE: Times building, 7S S. Main St. be- ino.Pedntroenofheu -
tweec Liberty and William Sts. eritsoby Prof.lHarry B. Httcihioo.
MIANAGINGO EDITOR H~e vi lioldtils position during the
J. F. THOAS, 97.
IILANGO~faE~iTO sabsence, of TDr. Aiigell aosciiba soasisse
F. S. SIMONSs, '10. 10to 'ikey.
ATHLETIC EDITOR Prof. iluicisies wsls radsiaie'l froim
H. B. SKIiLL550, '15 1. (lie I'liversity of Mlichigais in 1511
BIUSINESS AIANAGE R IVi :1::'egreet'f01'l. B. He z, si.
0. IH. lHtu, 'Is.
EDSTOIES 15(lithePiromlinesnlt illstentil a sffairs and:
F. L. GEsMsEo, '9 L. l. A. Ceurset., 'IS. vslscshose111class orsdslr ill iseneior
F. A. Feesa, 'B F. A. CAssiusELL, '55. nerFoaVerflowg gad
G. D). HliNsee, 'l0. T. R. Woomtsow, '98. sea~arfloiichs-gsd
BUeesus LAsis, '01. G. D). Jt55IiNl5, '11) M. elioll lie soas suplerintlendtent of
St 11111110at Owosso. 1511:1. Alt110th li
"of he year lie Wl5 s pin~ltedl instrllv-
_____________________________________- or iii Iistoy at, his ltias mataer. Itie
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with Busissess Manager. Suheibers will coo-
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The Doily Becard ackisssvleslges re- i illlt icltr 10ohc fa
eesitof anlinvitastieon"Iso l"11te11Ill esi :1si-esso at tornell in 1887, lie
1l uny--ly of thei' yessrs it t11'1Ls li- 51 111 sii nseoOo uh
s's rsily Sos-iss S sil<ttrtay evelinosM'v 'iiliibJ siIecslc'Il' t'n'1

'fill' nor('lassois to lieesllgralll-
lais's.Iupoin lie busietslike isay' in
sichiit's lo lilbero are illlailg irs'lsr'
,.10115 for coroienceileit. 'Til tat of
rigt isllsars 0111d yestirdiay, liissllgh
two d sollars less than thsat o1 last year,
will best liiciil 10o hnlt all exillilco
if 110oiine shirkstohie(1111y of Eayliell.
Ill)lthe matiter cf the ueiiorial. great
interest 5ws muianifested, andstheIseubl~-
ject 'sill ho tdouibtbe tliorotsglily esanl
vassedi betw5eens 101w'ansi Ill' 11xt
llwt'ilog, svhere theic' isjority sANil e-
cide le 'qulestonl.
'The scicelion of DeanttsUtclIss as
aceting plresident of thil1'isiersily swill
wsithioutidoubtIpose aix WISI'onse.
T-Heret are of couseo others 011thelsi' fs
nlies 11110hav'e serretd the Unis'ersilfs'
in a ditinguoiihed naza ndic' cswsho
have the quaslifications to till thii t ii
ploition, blt 1101' that the Ihegels
hiasesiiale their oelections all wsill titie
isi co-operating to miakae his ad~iiios'
tralion a success anid free from anys-
thling thilt'will distuirb ushe concord
thsat has existed diuring Presidient Au-
gel's long tersm.'The Daily extens
itslisartiett U ltn tations to tPro-
fessortHdtcinisolnd itslbest ssishes
for' the success of his adiniitratlois.
Michiganensian Coming.
The iilganonolan is almost fin-
ishsed and will be on sale Wedises:y,
May 12.
Prof. 1. C. Russell will address the
Engiceering Society Saturday evening
on "The United Staten Geolsgical Sur-

Toasts for Orators' Banquet.
10 be given to the sisitinlg orators
l"rislyisl 11011ii ls'tr tlis t'stsl 1as1
frilosss: "fOur (gustos.' ltiC1sigsn:
"F~rate'rnity'of Collsges,"' Norhw5'st-
"'hie Ossraor aUslitlics," 1'iss sissni
"Thes'Orats r it thI si'," lossa; "T17ss
Oratsor a(.Itie 1Title," Chicsigo; "'fit'e
Orato101 in Victory,"'tle inner' ci'of Ithe
contest. AW'.It. BlacIkbuvnl1 sill ac( is
t oastmaistoer.
The bansqutet ssill he a 1511111w 0115
andI the sole of t ickets 'will cubse
Thusrsdlayev'eingiilliorderstoIn :els'l-
miniethis'gluarantet'. '1icket,., eslis t"
L~ad at Slleelus anti of llemllers Ill
the Orsiorical ldcsuu'l.
Athletic Board Meeting.
At salileeliligof Itie Athlletie hoard
-list siglt.it w sodicidlesi thist 1111-
agers of 'ill clas steamlsshiouild pulr-
ceiso the ecaps anid swveaters for lhs
mlemlber's of the teaml, and tI 1sfbolh
tile calls anidlsss' elers shisulti be Ius
class eolors. 'The lPurpose5 of Ibis rle
1s 10osasoitl(lie resemiblsance to the
'Varsity ye'llows'anlu le.
It was also decided Ehit seasoon
ticketsesioluld admitilholders 10 the
C'oriiell gaise.
Meeting of all eandidatsis for the -17s aeal eami oon:,IEi
versity Hall, at 4 p.us. Thusday, to
elect i apatinl.
S. 31. MATTHE.WS. 'M\anager.
TO RENT-A nunmber of bouts at
U. of 1I. boat honse by hour or day.
Michigan vs. 0. S. U. today
at 4:15 o'clock.

The , BTTER THAN EVER"
The189 BEN-HUR BICYCLES embody more new and gennine improsemenst;
is csnstruiction than any ether bicycles nose before Else public. Never before 1a01
suieh excellent values been offered tsr the money. Our cciv lise, censisting of right
suiperb models at $0, $75 scsd $125 for single mchiines, sod l$'1;-3doto andesis, sit;,
thse v'rious eptions offered, to such that the most exacting purchaser con be ii: 05
nUite'd.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
'2- GARDEN STREET. NDIANAPOLSIS.NO
Students and Teachers
call sectire pleasant anid profitable work introducing our
Public Libraries -.....
in townlsslnd ecountry aind form~inig Reading Clubs. -Just
the wvork for Stndents, Toeachers anidsMinisters.
Managers ........... ...... .
We also wanit a few elergete field mansagers. State age
ansd experienice in book work.
Address Dept. "5" RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
Ww lhlsend onsiceips
sin Ue its, a sesopOe to
poud, , 4Squ,.r
~If77WUter pous. 40 its.
xwJ.-Yost-paidCatalogeFree
hihBlutG. 159 Flios
Street New ork,
8. .S L This space is reserved-
SUPPLIES for the Grand Opera,
Spalding League Ball, Sits, :lasslis, etc
Mlanauers should seed for samples and House.
specia'l ratecu. Every requishte foi Tennis,
Goslf, Crickiet, Teach and Field, Gymna-
sium Equipmenis 'nd outfit'. Complete
C'atalogue of Spring and Summer Sports
free. "The Name the Guaroter."
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Newe York, Chicago, Fiiadrlia. , j -\ft T E N1
REN'T_,e 11tL TA hE IF
PHOTOG1 t HF 'To Pent!!!
ANN ARBOR. MICH. The [Lrgest lne ef Bicycles, Sun-
________________________ dries and Supplies at
"Tuesdiay's college busebsall games M, STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIM,
resulted as follosvs: Printleeiol i5, Telephone No. S. One done East of Ameri-
Laswreneeville 1; Daru'tlh 16, Vor'-canIHose.
mnut 5; Chicago I5, W5isc'onsin ft.Ili
tiOe Cbieago-Wiseonsin g'snsu (Clsrke Bicycle Repairingt"
strnt-k out niceien hanud alloswed oidy In all branches neatly and promptly done.-
Prices reasonable. Suedrlee at enck Inltsm
one lit. Six Cliiago nhen struck oct prices.nSeehiswrmd. '1e.1: W .J W ng r
pitched for Wibsosin. 8 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
TO RENT-O'ne suite of roomis. 20
0 aM. MARTIN, Funeral Drector, Clothr
5, Ingalls ,sO. $2.25, '-.. and Metallic Cases and Fine Grade
Cei ne, REmbalmaing a -Specially. Ne. 17 8,
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