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June 04, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College ear at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OrrIont Times building, 79 . Sain St. be-
tween Liberty ad Williams St.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 7.
AS'T MANAGtN(s EDITOR
E. L. Eissus, '98 L.
ATFILETIrC EDITOR
11. B. SatLMAi, '55 1L.
iuI IESSMANAER
0. I. 1ANS.'8
F. s. Sasois, '50 1. A. CAI'IILL, 'O.
P. A. Fect,'SO E. A. CAMEsLL, '5.
6. D. HtWuu r-,"'5. T. R. Wooow. 'l.
JiUVzta As, '10. . D. JENNwssl '91
The subsriptin price of the Daily Is $2.5
for the college year, with a reglar delivery
before soon each day. Notices, cowwnnca-
tion, and otherwatter intended for publica-
1100 mst be hded is at te Daily office be-
Isis s p. m. or ailed to the editor before 3i
p, i., of the day previou to that o swich
they re expected to appear.
Sbcriptocs may bie left at wThe Daily
Office, Seyes or Stoiets Newtad, or
With Buinless Manager. Sbcciberswsill co-
fr a favor by reportig promptly at thi
offce any falure of carriers to dever paper.
Tile mutsical clubs this year have
showed the proier spirit is Unliveriy
organizations by freely giving teic
Services in the interesto of oiler uni
versity asociatisidOilltay 000a-
stlls, atililnorross iigt s-leii1liii
Clubs give their aiiiual conert tie
sttideit body souitld trn out aid
asho- lts ailreciaion Of suemitcaospii.
The facilty did iot ermit he clubs
10oiiakie their iisual trill this year, tind
it is cerainly isoitieir credit that thy
hisve faithfully 1ect11ut hir prcice
Ithrocgh the year and have reacedia
high degree of excellence despie th-
herk of incentive to imitrovcncll.
Fews ttidects realize ite imporace
of tbe inter-high school meet thant is
to be held here tday antomiorrowi
tnder the auspices of the Atleice As-
sociation. Nst only til it brng to
Aim Arbor tie best high school aii-
iea of the satle who will ths ilav
aiiteoportuity is be~ome tcequaiited
with the University and uts atlelcis,
but it will also att ,Act a large iiUii1-
br of high shool students, wh will
come to support their temls atd so
will strely lbe iterested in lookig
aibout the University. It is expected
that 500 wiii attend the meet frot
ouside of Anin Aror Tiememiber
of the'Atlleie Association will do0 all
in their power to etertain. the visit-
log athetes, and the stuents should
see that usocoe g ins it wroig in-
presolon of the Unrersity for wavn
of a proper .guide.
Nothern genlemnen have spint over
$100,000,00 isi founding and nain-
tamiing colleges for the higher educa-
tio of negroes in te'Sutl. It is
further repored that 30,00nen hve
bieen educated in these schools, but
iliat they have nade a slight ipres
sion along industrial and sholarly
lines in the Sut.

Pay Your Class Twx,
The comamuencenent invitations for
the Class of '97 have arrived, but are
still in the express office, not enogil
mnemibers of the class having iid
their tax to eiable the C. . D.'
charges to be paid. tnvitations have
already beguii to be sent out frin the
other suniverities, atid it is tiie hat
they should le from here. Every 'T
stleomitshoilid ay his tax, his shre
o - the eoniilleiiemeiet epeims, oii
lie soonier it is cone ie better it will
be for all. The treasurer of the class
sill be founid in the seretry's sltice
every cay' from4 to 3 p. ii., to rceiv
itie tax. Those whio have already paid
have been promised their invialos
by next Monday, but it Wil be il-
possible to fulill this agreement un-
less enough shall tilts- paid befort'
that datte to eable the chrges to be
met0.
Chicago's Twirler.
The followsing note is beieglubtih-
oe1 by itie sporing etlors:
itiiity Nte.ames has tis to sy of
tHarry(larkce, the yuniig Ciiagoi-ii
v niey tiirler, -signed 11y-framk bitlet-
for the .Bostiiiitiaml: "I1Rnss- en l
f lihe Seaors to Chicago, am4tn
i'eilucotay- lat, whent-Clarke 5511.
wsorlkiiig ini prctice wsit the Be-soll
pdayer,he ws - s tsigtigemiciuillto
-darty-IBemrgen, 11110catcher, ant I1
watceid is delivery closely. He
showsed fine sipeed, admliirablec-ttrttl,
intl lias a speedy urs-c which he
nixestOtillssita stow' etre 111111
bitoaks like ta1111011in 'front if the
plate. If le 1cll otrol tost bls
intl le ctltlthe cay I ishiiiiois-i
lie sil iproe oie of the hist iitilelers
in the major league."
Ctimbridge 111s0folosw-dilthe exaineitl
of Oford antI refuset to grtnt is .de-
gree to somen. Tliry stdeus took
oath sot to tmake degrees t cotmiene-
nelt if ss-eicn wsec also ipermiittedl to.
NOTCE.
All track aiid field men are requested
to reimose their suits fromtilhe At-
ile grounds as the dresing roons
uill be turnii over to couesats ii
lt'Interscoastic meet riday a111
Satulrday7.
FOil 'SALE CHEAP - Complete
liousekceeling outfit, includes enough
furniture for 12 aooingrouse if
btought by one pity before the l1ili
of June it can be gotten at ait ex-
tremely- lowv figure for cash. Good
chance for sororiety or fraernity. A-
dress Z. Y. Z., cae of U of M. Dily
TANDEMS
To P~ent!!!I
The Largest Line. of Bicycles, Sun-
dries and Supplies nt
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone No. 8. Oe door East of Aeri-
eansHouse.
(' . M1 SATIN, Fueral DiretIor, Cfah
a-1.nd Metallic Casets and Fne Gade
Coffins. Fwmbaling a Specialty. No. it S.
Fourth ave

HADTO0!
Better the qualities-improve the patterns
and yet have a popular priced shirt. We
have done all this in our present stock of shirts.
You will find new ideas in shirt styles, and
new Colorings; all made specially for Summer
wear-We can't begin to deaccibe the many
different styles cf shirts we are showing for
husiness and outing wear, better look them
over.............
You will want onje of our new silk, puff and
plaited fronts, when you see them.
--- 1H1 PRICES ARE.-----
1~OO ~25an4 $1.5O.

Te BETTER THAN EVR
Te1897 BEN-HUR BICYCLES embody more new and genuine improvements
in construction than nny other bicycles now before the public. Never before have
sulch excellesnt values been offered for the money. Our new line, consisting of eigit
sperb nmodels at $60, $70ntd $121 for single machines, nd $1501 for tandems, wish
lihe various options offered, i8souch that the most exacting purchaser can be entireiy
suited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. 00.s
?'2 GARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIS, IND-
0UR. FINE POSTER CATALOGUE MAILED FOR TWO 2-OENT STAM PS.
Students and Teachers
can secure pleasant and profitable work introducing our
Public Libraries........
ill townsanSld country and forming Reading Clube. Jusd
the swork for Students, 'reachers and Ministers.
Managers ..................
We also want a fewv energetic field managers. State agf
and expterience in book swork,
Address Dept. "5S" RAND, XcNALLY & CO., Chicago.
ETb HT,a'It, SUMMER LAW LECTURES
l! T 1Z+UNIVERSITY OF 5'Il4ItNIA.
cud ~ P~ 51 ul 1 toAu. 1597. Couse includes 36 lectnrenhby
Uhe Justice IRarian, of 0 5. supremeousrt. Fsc
ANN ARBOR. MICH. faalgue, address R C. MINOR, iSeers~tsxt

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