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May 12, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Oresess Times building, 79 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William St.
MSANAGING EDITOR
S. F. TnoliAo, 7.
ASS'T MANAGING EDITOR
F. S. SOS, '18.
ATHLETIC EDtTOR
H. B. SeoeeANw, '15 L.
BUSINESS MsANAGER
0. H. HeNs,'0.
EDITORS
E. L. Ersosen, (5 L. 1. A. CAPBEnL, T0.
F. A. FUsIKs, '0 F. A. CAsirnuLL, '5.
G. D. HUsoeloc, 50. T. R. WoeODOw, '98.
BUTER LAMS, 'H0. G. D. JENNextO '99M1.
The subscription price of the Daily is 1.0
for the college year, with a regular dlivry
before noon each day. Noticeo. commnca-
tions, and other matter intended (or publica-
lion must be banded in at the Dily office be-
fose 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor before I
p. in., of the doy previous to that on which
they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions m-c .,e Je at The Dily
Office, bMeyerro or Sioflet's Newtand, or
with Busineos lanogee. Sberibecs will Con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of cacricrs to deliver paper.
Tile boll 10010v Diii rtulrD f10og 10
tip toomorrow mlorninog at 7:0,5 000r
lte Miobig an Cenral. W to'itver bIe
the reoul of tse giise today wit
Chicago a large crowd shiulid ho at
Ilie Station to weIlsie (lie teamll ]Loos.
The loom certilily Los-s more s
cosiragd over defeat (lian le '(t-
dents do, ond it 10 lt souch lihobo a1
Ibis that tlie sup~port of tlie Studntsi5
10 mnost nettled.
Vise Daoily lioo receiveid a cop)y f
(lie resoltitions of con-nie tldleed by
(lie ficst your low laass againslt Iwo of
its memnbers for votinig in tIhe S. 1. l A.
olectio 1011 10110y to their pledges,. Weo
refrain 'r001 poblisinog thiemo, buts re
in symipathiy with suchI acti0n if ihe
(1100s has fouiid its isenibero guily of
the obarge against them. ,Ollld(ooi
wxho color college politico ohould be
iode to uiiderotand that the rights of
the student body entruoted to them are
not to be lightly diregarded, and that
puishm~ileint will tollow if thecy are
guilty of a breach of trust.
Northwestern Students Mad.
Northswestern's student body ield all
indignation ineeing 'after clilpol Mlon-
day to cenonre Mlanager Larsen and
the athletic commlittee for thirl failurce
to scliedule gamies in baseball wilL,
Miclgan, Chicago and Illiiiois.
Sipeeches were nmade by prominent
students oataclkig ;Manager Loroer.
for 'the iiidependence lie hiod sow.
Larsen and Prof. H. S. White, 0 01e1-
boo of the athletic coititee, replied
to the charges, taking occaion to
proise Caept. Mlaclay end hiS fles aind
attack studentts for lack of support in
attending the ganmes.
Capt. Vito Doszer censored the ails-
lie committee for their policy of i
dependence. "We don't wait to play
these little. two-for-a-centl college

teains," le said. "We want orte toi
Io tackle hicago and 1dicisguo and
Illinois."e
A commnitee was appointed to eoti-
fr wils Laren, and if l10 proved i-
tractable 5o try the aheic comlmltleO
and induce them to arange games
wihithe tunivrsiies soetioned.
College Ruis and Regulations.
The colege of the sol, cdotf
Tennesseini particula,0vi wth 0e0ch
other ini 111 promullgtion of sioirivy
pheasing ros. The Iniveroty of Vit--
isia-iliat oherwise liberal anI pro
glesivo istittioin-stil clinsgo 1
those antiqulated luboe las t0hat
brought Edgar Alln oe ts grief, 10.
twit, (le rles forbisdisg all swear isg.
gaming, contracinig dets wills rado-
71111 or (le itroduoni ( of WeaosilorO
logs int1o Ills' liievr-oy lsr ote. A
Howard Payne Colsge, in rixs.si-
slins are iprohibied fromsskejfe.gi
101010 ltan $3 inicasoxeriigt., Al
McKenzie, To-il., 1(1e stiudents0of
BeteliCollege are sot alowed to
"profanle te Ssbbahi or osalteis
sisow. hsore rcoes, 1bal ls,:os, dsiteslss
or 1p1ac0s of issrs vaoi in amuementlorl( 15
Is reaovelo,-i." At Sieoe,. -l so
thes studsolsl of Itsrri(I College nr ot ls
(eelided tiscory osy 'dik ,11 o
otei-coeadly woosos; to oxws-s-sif-
tl b x 1o10r,00o( addsrss n' Iosi(1is o
sousr 1011)00to Ills boo tusf tel~e.
At saohes ueissesso-oslige,'. sudest
srs fssstisddlstos"tlo w 11 afer oon t0ilre
fsroms(Ieocolege wiudis oroo(0ues
a0 matrimonial en s-ggment";, swhil a;
Swevweolr Os[eau., sloideis, (soods
bsissg compeslsled-osadmosisprcths tlso
Isoic oomsist 10yusorsoss s e nisghtjs
or cly, sar'requsir'dlevry bslssiilsy i
fil 0o1t tihe-following lolollo
I altesisheo Snsdaysc0011011a0..
Clluroliat -. . . . . .. . . . . .
Anin i the oev-ninig as ..........
Is-sast liiiopsninsg sld reniiidoseo
to (le close.
Nance o ......
Sororiis aissifrternitiies nho d-
sure to buy or -o rent will do wxeli 10
ore L. D. Crr for hsosses ftrsisie
or tuiftinishetd. Otie SvisgoBnsk
Block,
TO RENT-A nnber of bots 01
1.0 of M. boat hose by hour or day
TANDEMS
.Toi§Rent!!!1
The Largest Line of Bicycles, Sun-1
dries and Supplies as
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone No. S.fle dose East of Ameri-
can Hoses.
SUMMER LAW LECTURES
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGtINIA.
Cly tnAeg31, i897. Cosreinldes 156ilereesby
Kr. Jsice Hnrla, of C 5. Supreme Court yes
salalge, adress R C. MINOR, OSeer.
Caletesvlle, Va.
IRNT,sHFLE R,
AWN ARBOR. MICH.
O° . MARTIN, Funeral Diretor, Clo
-J.and Metllic Cseettsnd FlneeHen
Cos.e Embalming a Specialty. N. 17
Fourth ae.

:r i ISEvery style noost every colorinsg-Matched and Detached
Collars and Cnffs. It's the oniy cool and comfortahie Shirt
for summer wear. The real swell Shirt has White Wrist
and1 Collar Bands to he worn with White Collar aod Cuffs,
In Madras, Percales and Chevsiots at
enfi .OOand 1.5O.

BELTS,
In Reds, Browns
and Greens, at
25C, 501C.AND $1,.00.
Our belts have bossy
attachess to keep
Obesefroms slipping
clowlos.

HOSIERY.
Special Value.
Black asnd Brown,
Lisle Thread in-
cluided.
25C PER PAIR.

NIGHT SHIRTS.
Goed long ones,
Plain White-
Fancy Embroid-
ered.
500, 750 AND $I.

}AIIR 'iiB@IO1 1 1R9 Ri. sfJG3f_..- T
ilk
4
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TheBETTER THAN EVER"
2he17 BEN-IVUt BICYCLES embody more new and genuine imprsvemlts=
in conotruction than any ether bicycles now before the public. Never before Lotve
Fusch excellenst values heen offered for the money. Oar new line, consisting of ebit
sstiperb msodels at $00, $75 end $121 foe single machines, sod $150 for tandems, 0k11h
the various options offered, is euch that the most exacting purchoser con he cuiosy
tuited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
y2 GARDEN STREET. INDIANAFOLi S, NO-
OUR5FIEisPOSEa Ce ATeAGEeMAILED FOR TWle I-CENT Saeera
Students and Teachers
can scnce pheasant and profitablo work introducin g our
Public Libraries..... .
ini towns and country and forminlg Reading Clubs. Josh
the work for Students, Teachsers and Minietere.
Managers..................
We also want a few energetic field managers. Slate age-
and experience in book work.
Address Dept. "5" RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago..
Wewllssseaneeeipt -
sO 10eta. a saple to
® any addrs ies: 8& !
.wj 1teand,> -0 ur 9trpa da40 cIStna.
Street. New York.
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