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March 21, 1900 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

Poblehed Da1ly (undys axceted) durig th
College yea at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
orletr: The Iland Pes, ilosotg Bloc.
Both Poone 14.
MANAGING EIITOI.
FENGat~aaa,'OlL.
BIUSNESS MANAGER,.
0, 1. II tto..'00 L.
FI)IITOII.
ATrLL1tLll~s, G, . 1). tcvo, '01 Ii.
T. IR. WOOaot, '10 . A D, MoDooostALL'1 E
A. G. BoowN O. . ItJ. 11. WOO, '00,
$. A. JSloostoLe r,00, t.'A KIGHT, '01 . o
noon eatda.tot01iI A Evmuitat o,,OIL
othe1pltter 1110 tte 01 tor ubiation at be o
hande intthe Uryooe tottlt eortoIet' t i.,or
mailtedtoathe eodto -faretStp, at oftheo-day
yravoadto tat Ilaonwihthe}'are teted ow0
ppea a
Oohcoptoo, ot btoleft ,tuthDaIolo,
oya'o er.So cio oa ll toofertth tltoooby
caltersho oo. tolaper
the ottice b 4 p . ot tth tay poiotolt chtt.
Senir Class Socal
Ihe oil < I otnlttieeof it seio
clastolds t mettintth ittoaftrtotootto
nakett'rttngtmtots fortir11n11toxla1100
ocil h he altterof cotcotntit
the 'secttritg ofa stblete. t is1
hopoti to gi o tieaty us'ttitefor 'va-
cat10iobtttI.0las t 01 thisisl dothe tndofLolt
atndittitteflrto I >eotioilo ctottdd awit
par1i1s, iItt y bofottd necetsary to
postplott.i It tl la tter. i[ihe 001000>>of
c0mintIg ott.
Whist Scores.
'lToefolowing a1100hlilt's110cotto:of
lst ttight'splay:I
NORI'fi AND SOUTH
Rttver td klsy ... ,........27 --3
4tltgooory atd Batbock...256 -- 2
Milleir and Babock-254 average.
LAST AND WEST.
frown tantd Danfortrh ..,..204 --+-1
Oversmlitil ad Boisel ........o2 --
!Murrill1;1111Rtssll-2ooaaverge.
Tie leayrs mettioed sill tplay off
lhe 111110h1 atwk froma today, 'taroit 28
at tho Soutthen c ltb t 84 Monroo
street.
A Labor Unierit.
Jamels J\McNamtaara ofIBatiolre ths
made 11ans for a echool whh wil be
tmownts 0tilt Un11versiy of lFederationa
(ILarf I tttt B aimttoren. The oiecs of
the ttnsttto w ihbe to educaemte-
ers oftheiltunitotsretrsentedI ithe
Federatiott a1101theirtrfrietd. Thefol-
lowting subjtt wilCt> thaughtttbiycom1-
petent mett -ottlphilloophy alaa
1110 0 .1law, uni 1'.sat histor 1 English
ad Amrat n t h1itstttt, onstittliontal law
te organizoatonl ad truc1turel of stae
outty todlcity f11)ernletlI ttlitica1100
siene.'eAmoertcata poltc. the orgni-
zationa of plitcal parte 111 nationtates
atnd cites plticllal ectolomayembractng
the 00a101ouscols,wh001101incaltdotots
and lahotrIorganizcatons. Speoal alen
tionll b1 e ivet ottptaolitcal 0011110iOV
polittical1)01rtealpolitcal senecand
muntetpal govaerntmet Theotly ex
pense wolt11e h(le 111011rentIThere wlt
Ieto tone-loutr leeture each week.
1. N. Kinney, q8 L., of Bay Ciy, waa
i1n the cty lat eening. He wa a mem-
ber of Co. G, 31st Mbicligan, and shook
hand with mony of hisa comrades here.
Miss Bender, the physical etulture
teacher in the higla shool will deliver
a lecture tonthe stdets aSaurda morn
ing.1

MICHIGAN IN CONGRESS.A
(Contined fromt page11
Jasper Packard, AB. 185 Eleventha
Indiana, 1869-75
Samuetll Ritter Pctoro, LL.B. 1867.;
Kanasat .lIargo atntlsevethli dtistrict,
1883-91.
Autguttuls IHerm~anl Pettibone, A.B.
1859. IFirst 'TennIessee, 1881-87.V
Wiltiaot Wallaoe Pheips, AB. 1846,;,
A.81. 1854. Milnesota, 1857-59"
Johnl Afred iPickler, LLB. 1872. (
Southt Dakota, 1889-97.
dont, 1848-51. Firot New York, 1869-71, -________________
John B. Rice, M.D. 1857. Teth Oio,
188t 183. +++++++++++++++++++++D++I
Boojain Fraklin OShively, L.B.
If 11000GUteey Stnttert .BU 1805g,
LLB.1871. Seventlt Miciga18 I99d - ti
U1yrllttGLa8Stouit,5. .18 151, .A
1854. Stit'iciganItt1891-9:3
Tmothy EI T 1101 11.L.U.18o2.
Ltght 'ltittoan lO18h85-89. ~ "
it!0, nitt913397 r;/;
SithttM'innotat189S-97 IK1t -
Ihma Atdt t dis 1 111101It adocki 1,11. 1
U. 1873. 1'ethtA\litittantt181-.
JohntDaugheorty \'1t,. 1 13.I i8;a .Atwelcomte offering when anakinag a
o. rtitKentucky,1875a7 .881-t85. oallis toa box of llongsterfer's "am001 ex-
Jutin iteto II, ltittg, ltry stutt to eilent ectocolates. They are the finest'
18111 t lt Seoxeth -V 'itolt, 10117IS 95o. ttade anld prices are so reasonablie that
t i1 t \Ilts, .B 85 \A.18 5. !you eon afford In gia'e a treat often.
8,tcsttd IlttlttgaItoth18t83 200 E. Washlington. 316 S. State.
lTomas ,t 3 V0d, U-1. 1If>7.lTtet
it111111 188Icii3-8o,

Gentleman's Feet...
do nol have to he crowded itl
unomotfoetable shoes itt oeder to comply
with thoe laws of fashtion.
Fahiotn has becoote dooidedly lenient,
Per' nt111oeteranently so, butswewan't
ttorry about too fture. At $2.98 a pir
weguarantee to fueoish 00 ultea-fashionahle
and more comfortabtle ohoo than cata he poe-
chlased elsewher-e at an equal price. And
ote gtaatee100eans:50your oy bethtf
youtan~tit.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE
log 109 S. Mlain
STABLER'S
STORE 1V
PICTURE SALE.
FOR TEN DAYS
BEGINNING .
Mornday, March 19.
4444
IMPORTED CARBONS AFTER OLD AND MOD-
ERN MASTERS
sa.le x+3.00.titO 101. 111
$ no
tching alct sizes, "3O51o lts. It
Iloto1aacRglrpie drn
117 5 ottelaph e :2 N2 e 5taPone No 173
dTABn le 3LAMPen s T .
-1,ios 207 ze. WASHRguapiNGTONc, STr
igleRY...nts

5 llngofthe f~irst day'so 00s010n1of thoc
Ne 01Jotrsey mthloditletistttoalcoonfer-
versity, iat Wtastttg-too.taidtdha-tPresi-
.1t Itt Otinlt' wold t 1000cnc 1si1
Ih Itto U 101f H ti o hyt IItllltltlla
int cittis aro preplaring alttecelolitttitpro,
grain ol r lite beneffitlatIthe tMtttt'thoc--
atre 'Tursdayt- (vexting.

(6AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTI
J. F. SCHU
"HOLME

FINE COACHES FrPris eetosEc
IN THEE 1st SET OF' AND FrPris eetosEc
F OURS COU.PES Good aad PromptSevc

:e uaranteed

That'aswhereto Op1lt'acurbusot
000etss and Iwerewae iternd to
heop tit. ougho tsOdo not
parade the fatot at agreat length
1a omeodo, w0 are luot astrong
and ;jost as lon g an queality and1
efficiency1altony onthesato.
QUARRY'S
ATHENS IHEAIRE!
++++TONIGHT++++
German Theatre Co.
Peformace entiotly intGermant.
Pr"ices, - 25, 35, 50, 75*I
... Sea ttowo Sl.... j
NEXT ATTRACTION. 'A HOT OLD TIME."
JOHN F. HASKETT. DEWITT ALLEN,
223 Do. IngallsStD. 720 Ca. lath
Newe State Phone4.90. New lte Phone 2303-r
Tho

S. L.A. COURSE
TENTH ANNUAL ORATORICAL CONTEST
S FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 23. $
Contestants
F. L. CHURCH, C.C. SHOYER,
A. J. HOLLAND, J.A. MONTGOMERY,
(G. W. MAXEY, W. J. ZIMMERS.
F I 100 HONO:.Cticago almni Medal antd 005enay-hocetdtllars.
SSeCONrD Horror: Fifty dollars.
Conetest to begin ttf of 8 o'clock, shaxrp. Admesissiona, 50c

It'~ AAP P ll ~ To wait tantil yoau are compelled t-
Campus Po Poi I111 Jj buy rubbers.
Have a fall liae of U. of M. and Ann Arbor!- TIME WISE /WAN
Views. Make a specialty a? Students' Rooms'buys robbers and has them ready for
and Flashlight Work, at reasonable prices,.erwe oainrqie-n
Views aa sale at lCalkins', Rakledee e Leaellwa hnocso eursat
Edwards Bros, and Sckalle's Bookstore. APRILL'S SHOE STORE balose to pay the dootor.
:T SCISSORS FOR 250 AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

POCKE

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