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February 17, 1900 - Image 2

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'2THE UN VLL ,lt)UOf ICt lGAN DAILY

Pushie ed Daily (Sudas ecepte) dueing the
Clege yea, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
oricue The Inand Pes, Hening Bok.
Bth Poes,.147.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. EuuseIARDu, '1 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
, PH. HASee'0L.
EIUTORS.
ATlILETtCS, . . . G. D. fleNTsuT, 'It E
T. R. Wesset,'II L. A.I. MeDOinheL,'I E
A. . BONE 02. E. J. B. WOD, '0,
L.J.MsuseeuEuM,'I0, W. 1,II ICKEY,0lE,
The ubceipton pieeot the Vle cea S2.l0o
he cllege yne, ith a etulr deliey beoee
nonechbdy. Notice, cuianctoe, end
othere teettee eeeein tnd eorpulietieneeeet be
haded in at the DAeLY elce bfre bep.tm. oe
umailed t the eeitore betee 3 p in. et the heay
peeios to ethteon hchtheyae epecteeedlto
appear
Susceripions eeey be let et the. tAILtvoefice,
Lye'e eerSteetit eweeeeeed orteth Bsines
nage. Subcibeestwll cnereeaefavoreby
reperting ptteely ee theeoffite y faile eoe
carrieresleoeeliee pper.
All caesineadertsiengt"eteeeeest bee
the eonce by 4 p. l.o lclypvwt ht
on hich Ithee III to
Musical Clubs at Detroit Lst Nght.
Th'e meen of the L tierilv 01 belli.
gate Glee Banjo 11111 bMand~olnl I ha
gave a cotcert at telEmpieylcteael',
Detroit, last tight.Itith11 e rs ime
that tiec clubs 1have., been in D21roit
sitnce t850. Fortyor 'toee were
taken ahnd an excellent rogram egvee.
It wls m121110 501e a scety' affair,
given unedeer tie ases of 11tll. tni-
rersity club acd maly sotiety wom11en0
acted as paetrlneses.
Mrs. 1i. R. Coyle "gave i'theeeiver-
ity mn a iireceptione at ee reiece,
194 Carlotte ave., iete afternoon,
anti the unoverity clob extentedl the
courtesies of its rootms to te cla
after tile concert.'.
Alpha Nu To-Night.
A mock trial will be the program of0
Alpha Nue literary society tonight. Mr.
-enel ante Mr. 'Thompon will bring
eit against the eitors of the Sybil
for ten thoueand iololare damages for
libel. 'Tne attrneys for the prosec-
tion are lir. Wood and Mr. McGee.
For the defense Mr. Sonnenchein and
Mr. Mboore. A enior law will act ae
juedge. 'ihe trial will begin at eiget
oclock.
Gave Reception and Musicale.
Dr. and Mrs. J. . Angel gave a
nmesicale andl reception to abolt one
hondred friends lat evening. 'The
musicale lated euntil after 11 o'clock,
end 'was rendereit by the scool of
mosic faculty member. Refreshments
were served afterwards.
Among the thesis behg swored up1
by fle seteior studens its mechaical
engineering io a deoign for an air
cotopreeoer, with a liqud air attache
ment, wvhich wll delisr air at 5,000
pounde to the sneare inche pressre.
It is said that if thienacine were
beilt it coldl manefactere liqtid air-
at the rate of a b rel an hoer.
Thec homeopathic department are
sending out circulere announcing their
third annula gradate coure of clin-
ics and lectures. The coureee coin
mence Monday, April 23, continuing
through May 4. The Faculty of the
homeopathic department will be as-
sited in this 'work by Dr. J. n. Lee,
Rocheter, N Y.; Dr. Frank Kraft,
Cleveland, Ohi; Dr. J. C. Nottingham,
May City.

Sousa's Special Soloistrs. Parker' rm p io
Soosa has made it a rule in prepar' fr is ousJhroghth conty)
to present each eeason epeceal soluiets Cajff
never before engaged on zoouea tours:
and this rule has been adhered to en FURNISlIESOFIRST-
moet cases, with one or two excep- REGULAR BOARD $2.75. 11Ee
tione. The public rather fanciea a orders promptly flleld. Fresh Hoe
change, and has grown to expect it in with thc famotes Spongc Caranmcl a
the musical firmsment, and ousa _. and saltcd peanuts non rcady. Co
ever on the louk out for thoee of great.
er magnitlede. For the present Ameri-
can tour-the "shortest in the hietury
of the Smesa band-the distinguiehed______ ________
leader has engagete two youneg artestes
of 'whom most flattering things are . !':.2
said in the reports of the concerts.
'These are, Rise Berths Blecklin, z
violiniste of ralpidity extendeng repeeta-
tione, and Mbiss Dlaenche Duefield, so '
perano, whosb esieehad seanteflel voect. ,4
has dieceted wide attenteote towats / '
hlersell, acednmade Iseerenlchssoueght eein
affaees of tonseqee.teBotieh hveap +I' 1
pleared to spleeld eadvatagec po 111)011f' --
mlany enmpotant occasions and en wie
ly dieffeeneteregiotsas iteli s siOceent
enconmetenatoad12111 tie h101 flly ai
taine the highlepttilon tile Sou1121,l,,
cotererts heavse alwaysa enjoy ed for thi1r0
e'xcellenciees it sloists' performanes.lsl iet lells~tls tls
those'rceeularly attatilee to tilt 1, n e.pleng Mtorsel that thee lover
w111 be Beatrd lsefixeelupo.112111 us re onlfeci fotnscantnot reseost i1.
csoneceerewl cu nTcd lsioscooaew aea vnnFeberouarsy "0,eofat T nIls 12- East Wainagt1,on andll316 Sooth1
sItt hlel11ecteer the ausplices 01 the S. resas.Eseyiotlng intee candey
1..ine i mcete eu ee fide a Haste

French Cook in Charge
.CLAISS BOARD.
AL TICKETS $3.00. Short
mc Madc Candy now on hand
Lspccialty. Pop corn halls
me in and try thcem.
W S. PARKER
709 N. Unive-rsity Avenue

)ROOFS printed
on Japan Tissue of the
Gibson
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Originl. For Sale at

ITS

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St 'salentine's Fettle Drum To-Night.
lhe St.Valetntinee s edanethas he "
ceete oneeeeo01fleleadeineg attractions __________
tfte tAeneAebor society' peole. Th
afe tenoebrigs all thec yoeenger peo- AS AND I
ple tregethet for meerrientt anelMtoe
ing. 'pleessear, Ias lesualet exielibt-
glee at 3 o'clock. At 3:30 theret ill A 11111TY
be a Malyepole (lance, aftter ss'hiche all
swhet ceeme canteenjoy 1a twostept teea
ewalte. to Tics. 'Tyler's inlet excellent.
muesic. 'fleeewsll be tables asithe
fantcy 2articles, andtIa~bles setlecaneey I11
foe' saele, buet all Ire inviteed to eliink @
a clt of tea made in the Russian
Saneovas, whiche youeng colonial ladies CO
'will serve. 'fle evening is given tipII L
entirely to datncing. AND
A copy of thec orgiginal edition of COPES
the Mormon bible printed at Palmyra;

ULL 11 111111 CLt, lUlIS,-) L UI
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N. Y., in 1020, haesiteen presented to ______
the geneeral library of the University
by James B. Shearer of B~ay City. The
bouk was formerly in the library of( Students' Lecture aqssociation Course
his father, Janees Shearei, who svas a5'___
regent of the University doting Lee ~
years 1000-88, and was chairman of Ohl
sepervision the general library of the( Listen to the Band!
University was built.
Preof. Dean C. Worcester will deliver
a lectuonteIhe Philippines at the
tUniversity of Wisconsin next Wednes -
day.Sua
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