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May 11, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
31 4fAp .J TENNIS PROSPECTS FOR '97.
Pulse Diy -Dual Meet With Chicago-Sketch j
PbihdDiy(Sundays excepted) during o te
the College year, at oftoe Otournaments. / c"- \ \

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFresses Times building, 79 S. Mate St. be-
tween Liberty atd Wilitam Sts.
MSANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMSu, SK.
ASS'T AIANAGING EDITOR
ATHLETIC EDITOR
1. B. SKLIMAN, 'T L.
-IiBUSINESS ;MANAGERS
0. If. BAN3, '5.
EDITORS
P. L. Gessulo.' 'Lt. 1. A. CAMrnxBEL, 't.
F5. A. FootE, '53 E. A. CuArett, 'St.
G. D). BIToa-cx, 'OS T. It. WOOssow, '8.
BUTLER LA31o, 'St. G1. D. JExasas '559M.
The aubscription price of the Daily as 52.50
lee the college year, with a regular delivery
hefore non each day. Notices, commuasica-
lions, ad other matter intesded Sue poblica-
lion mast be haded ia at the Daily offce e-
lare 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor beore 3
p. in., of the day previoua to that on which
they are expected to atppear.
Subscriptions may be tell at The Daily
Office, Meyers or Stoffiet's Newtand, or
nibS business Mlanager. Suberibers will co-
lee a favor by reportiag promptly at this
office any failure at carriers to delier paper.
'The senior class acted wisely y'st'.-
tday afteroot. in deciding to estaliish
a schIolarshtip for a ciass miemorial.
Michigan has fewer of these ato-to
soorlty sidetits thatn atiy other 'tiu-
catilonai itistittion if its slat' itheii
cotuntry. ANlsst '97 nitty lie ale to
do will be llerttlls butt ai troll in tile
buceket. hut the mtere fuet ihat it A hot-
atotthit itas beeti estihteud wyil l' ti
good prcecdeut for futurte- classeso
follow. Not so tuitte ii sioitlttbilt
lie itrinciplte to tse poill to Is' cii-
Itltioized.
1n the Medical Dopartment.
Dr. Hunher gave tile seconid of his
stpecial lecttures sox the sylilattti'
Systemt last ight in the lower lec-
ture rao.at. tHe spoke of the endings
of symtpatitetic satnd itedttialed f iber-
in glandls tttd synmpathietic gatiia.
cuad briefly reviewed the literaltre ott
ttis sttbject. Dr. S-Sber's exicended
Wo'rk on the tnervons system nmtakes
these lectures very interesting. The
ntext otto of the~se lectures wilt be giv
en next 'Moniday night atnd will it1egit
promptly at 7:45.
Words of Praise.
The Washtettaw Evening 'Tities has
tto following to say of Sattrday's
soulvettir eitions of the Daily:
Satn'rday's issne of tie U. ot AI.
Doily 'was tundotubtedlty the best nuntl-
her of this enterprising litle cllege
lisper yet pt 1+:ihie'. it contained 12
piages of news of 'interest to college
pecople, and the entire editiotn was sold
1witini 'an htonr after it had totft the
press. This year's board of editors is
comtposed of bunstling young writers
and 'business nien, who are pnshinig
te Daily to thse friont.
Alexander Cunfniings, '94, entered
-the University last week, where ho
itends to opecialize in political econ-
ony and sociology. For thte past two
years Mr. Cutning ha's held a fellow-
-- l,,ip in the iitivernity of Chlicago.

The year 197 pronises to be a nes-
otahie one in the tenttis attas of tie
University. Inthiler years the only
events in tennis circles worty of ntse
love been the s~ti-atttua tsrtit-
itenis to idecire the college champsion-
still. Beginnhng this spring, hioever,
the wielers of tics raket wilt hve
a chsi .great-ropot unsltity to istic
guis'olthemiselves, its their fledstwill
broeadetn fromtilocalIs iitrcoitgiatc
acid state contests.
The regentis hatve tmaeanaplrotria-
ion for eight new corts to be lilt
ot eweeth ie Wterintsgyttta-
sium antd te editalisbuilitg. work
ott these cusrts hats already begntialit
wilt e cottpeted before 'the end of
thils mionth. Only athlttiic ssoticitiont
membetirs are alossed lie csc of ay
of lie corts.
Te tnnutal tournametci in tSclas
silges andi in dotibles wilt eginct ay
210, ts' entries lose '-ly t18swithIV .
D. Hterrick tennis tsatioer Dcc tic
re:slts of lhis tornaetint fotriteci
it sicgts anitttwoOteasinil ioblet'
sill isbeco.en Is r'prsetithtie t--
vev~ity in tl iiil m tee) willsChicago,
belich wsil e lelton str cor;s ae
28. 'These mie'nswiltIe Ipicdt't ltby
aetstcttittee cosioiig sf two facttiy
misembter aild'b. D. IHerriek.
ttitticlately ftllosving tie tdsal 'ae-S
lice secondclatts singles will begit
-?:'iy 21. Aly stutent n eat eer this
classvtiho a ot previoly'woit a
trize itteiiec'the irtotr scotticats
tountamsent. The etriss for tils class
close Aay 7.
Perhaiss si more interest to le tlet-
ila eitlctslsts wilt be tics'Osidtoilett
satents. 'The first of these is le ar-
tnal otentournamcttiellati Aioi
Cllege'Say 14 anda.5. A en' of the
locil experts 'hasc already etiere.
Bttunqstinlably the geatsst tetiis
eenitt ic college citcles swill e te
Westerns tntetcolegate T1otrnamcect
tlayed itt Chicgo othie Leltwioot
Cotntry Citib groundcis Jtne 3, ,1ad a.
Tsvo tlayers in single and otto teami
in douhles will epresent ichigan ic
that contest. Tis is lie firt itte
that wsve lscever entered act itr-
collegiatle tetntsis toerttasienc.
Ideesides the aov e there swillbethlie
Michigan Stae Camp~iosip, hell
somcetice in Jtne othie D. A. C.
grnucds at Detroit. For all these totr-
uaiceit, except lie dual mseet witc
Chicago, there sill ho exelent prizes.
Stiith, Strgeon &- Co., of Detroit, have
presented lie Atletic +Asosaioct
witht a eatifutlslver bowl to be
ilaced in the trophy roottandag'av-
ed eacic fll and spring witthlie name
of lie ingle hanmpion. Three 1adekes
will he amng the oter prizes offere.
The alls for all thre local ouramnls

The TTER THAN EVER"
Te1897 BEN-HtURt BICYCLES embody more new and genuine imprsvemec~t
it concstnction than any other bicycles now before the public. Never before hits
sucht exeellenit -volses been offered for the money. Our new line, consistinsg of rigi
sup~erbsccodelo at $65, $75 asti $125 for ingle machines, acsd $150 for tandlems, itis
lice variotic options offeed, to such that the moat exacting purchaose can be encricey
culled.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
GARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIS, 5.1D-
OU1R FINE POSyER CTOGE M.~Al IE OR eTyWO 5-CEN STAMSu.
Students and Teachers
can secure pleasant antd profitalble wvork introdncing oni'
Public Libraries........
it towns and country and formincg Beading Clitbs. Just
the work for Students, Teachers atid Misisters.
Managers.................. .
We also want a few einergetic field managers. Slate age
and experience in hook worlk.
Address Dept. "S" RAND, NMcNALLY & CO., Chicago.
have b eetn donastedtsy 'Nb'rlgtt & flit-
tots, of Boston. 'te -avilofsto thit
rournuament its singles atcAlbi ornev'got itd ltc wc~ ~ilAL
in~wshigh.SUPPLIES
FIRSTEXCUSIONOF TI I 11 A
SO OTOLEDO. Spaldi' g League Bath. Mits, Mlaskso, etc
Sunaty,. May 16tH, the Ann A-thor Misamgs'rs ohonld send toe samples and
speciol ratsxEvery requisite for Tenets.
Railroatd will open the oeason woiths Gotf, Crickset, Teach ond Field, Gymna-
- - siow Fqutpmrnts and outfit-. Complete
an excursion ts Toledo. Speccal train Ctalcogue of Spring and Summer Sports
swill leave Ann Arbor at 10:253a . ~freie. "The Name te Guarantee"
Fare for the round trip only S0 cents. A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,.
thilidren under twelve yeas of age, Ness Yerk, Chicago, Phiiacietpiia.
alf this rate. Lake Erie Park anid
the Casino, wvhich hias afforded sucehs T A
enjoyment to onr patrons during patt , I.I. ,A I
two oeasons, will he openede on ticat
elate on a scale of msawnificence nevei r17o I ent1
Before equalled by any place of amutse- Than Lartrest Line of Bicycles, Sun-
i'ont in this country. Thtousands of dries and Supplies an
dollars have been expended since last M, STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
season on improvemento and adsltrioos,
notale nio' whch re h-om~tin~sTeleohonte No. . Ote door East of Ameri-
can'douste.
Famous Scenic railw~ay, World's Fair __________________
Scenic Tiheater, 'Mtarsden's Mhystic ITROLGAE
Stage, and other attractions to unter- TE OLEAT
ous to usention. 'The Thootrical En-- BUREAU FOR
lerlainment arranged for the opesing Caps. Gowns and
day will he strictly first claus. Don't ti. Hoods.
nmiss it._______ COTRELL MLEONARD,
' Albany, N. Y.
Ssrorittes asind fraterities whtsolde- V. SicREmnLs, Manager.
sire to buy~ or -o resststill do soellito 4d N. 1v ilam S
see L. D. 'Carr for ihouses f-u-utste'lI SUMMER LAW LECTURES
or usnfuriiohed. Office Saivings Bascik' UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
Block.July 3 to Aug3, 1897. Courcsetcldes351lecetuces hy'
Hr~. JicesMacian, of U. SaSpreme SoBr. Foe
3 atogac, address R C. MINOR, Secerp
RIENT:..7HLE R, Charlottevlle, Va.
R O M. MARTN, Funera Direetor,Clt
M.OTand d PH3 anaSMetallicCse Cashets andddFlee Gradeot.
f'offins. Embalming a Specalty,. Ne. 11 5.-
ANN ARBOR. MICH. Fourth avce.

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