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April 12, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-04-12

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ThE UNIVERSITY O1 MICHIGAN DAILY

Psolashed Dily (Sndas ecepted) drug the
College ye, at
THE UNIERSTY Of MICHIGAN.
Oceca: The Inland Pece, Hnnig Block.
Both Phoeo1.
MANAGING EDI1TORc.
F. l Eoe ns, '01 L.
RJ8USNESS MANAGER.
O. 1H o. S 'I0L ..
VDIITOIS.
ATHLE'ICS., G. 1) II cosuc, '01 E.
T.i. Woooc, '(0 L.. A.I. MCDOUoAtL,'llE
J. B. woos, '00, 50'. I. HIlCEY.'0M,
L. J. MOooest,'00, 1RI,otttltG.5.'01 L.
WA. KNIGHT 01 L. V T. EAN+o3 I.
M.' ]LLttIAtsK Stlts'0.
The subcipto ceofCth0110ILY teot 5.50for
the c011010 yer, itht u 001u100 dlieyeoree
seos each ty. Ntice, comunicatiso and
sihee tatter icoctteno pttttictioo mut to
handed to at the DItt office hfor 8 p rd0r0
mailed to the editor hetooe 3 p. in. o the ta85
preeetettto that onwhicuh they areexpcted t
apper,
bscripoon ,ay b10lett at0th DAILY oie,
5e1e's, or Stolt's tetwstnd, 00 with Biess
Maage. Subscrieswiltofr aavoroboy
reportn omptct~tly a1 tsofe anco '0ai1111100of
eaiec to deliver ppas,
tn charge of today's issue,
L. J. MONTGOMERY.
There will be a meeting f the new-
ly elected Daily board for organiza-
ion1 this afternoon at 4:45 sharp
in Ream P.
Tonight the Athletic board recently
elected holds its first meeting. Tb's
board io composed of good men Who
may be depended pon to look aftet'
the best interests of the association.
They catt make no better beginning
than by righting the wrong committed
by the otgong board at its last meet-
ing in voting its members four Athletic
Association buttons each. The mem-
bers of the association look to the new
board to do its duty in this matte as
it is not too late to prevent the wrong
being cotsummated. The outgoing
treasurer delivered all the buttons be-
longing to the asociation to te treas-
urer-elect. None were given to the
members of the retiring board. The
present treasurer still has possession
of all the buttons. All the preent
board needs to do, therefore, is to re-
consider and vote down the resolution
passed at thec last board meeting or to
annutl it.
We are plesed to qote tie follow-
ittg front the Evening Times:
"The readers of The Times wll be
glad to knosw that at th' earest solidi-
tation ot friends, Professor Ltson
has consented to repeat his Easter
song service this year, since he des
not expect to be here next year. This
is one of the most uplifting, most spir-
itual services ever gven in Ann Ar-
bor, and to him who makeo music a
means of worship it is appreciate far
moe than the stas evening of the
May Festival concerts. The great
theme rumning through it, God the
same through all ages manioted in
different ways, is particularly suited to
Professor Lamon's firm, riclI 1vice
and strong personality."
This service will be given in Uibo-
versity hall, Thurday, April 12th. at
5:15, o'clock.
Fencers Tourrment
The fencin, enthusiasos in college
eontempate hlding a tournament 'ur-
ing the week from April 30 to May 5.
There will be four events-the foils
for "experts" and "novices" and the
broad swords in the samve classes.
Three prices will be gvee, in each of
the events so that the men will noi
be without encouragement. The Inter-
et which is thus shows in fencing
angers well for Its establishment here
as a permanent branch of athletics.

Bad Weather Prevents Practice. LOOK TO US
The miserable weather of the past l OR,-
two days has not been conducive tosj
good baseball. Yesterday the snow
prevented the tnen who ventured ot
from remaining sand thte practice clon-
slated mnainly in the jautnt frotm the
gynm. to the fair grouds and back. Our first oil
Tbis has been unfortunatc for. the the, hands.
team for they need practice now the g.C O
worst of all times. The mett are far BLCIo
from being a team and will have to ter io repro:
enter upon the spring trip in a some- here. No n
what denmoralized condition. Today's pstterns at5
practice, if the weather permits any,
will be the last the nmen may have
before their ganme with Indiana Satur-
day. Who will be chosen to represent
the University ott this trip, it is hard ] (S
to tell for thlere is a merry race on fori
sotoe of the tpositions. Whoever they
may be the utndergradutateo at Michi-& A P E
gan nmust be prepared to hear news of
their dofeat for the team is certaily___________
n0t in the best of shape.
Unclaimed Letters Parkher's
'Tihe following list of letters r emaiat
toncolleul for at the postoftce.
Btabcock, Luther;Dolosodoton, MatteCaeA.BulrKik Cowy Jms;ff O+
Cotnnors, Nellie; Crowfotd, Mrs. G
(2) ; Egeler, Loois; Engelhoard, Miss
Mary; Fercttson, .J. C.: Fentton Loluis;
Flary. hMrs. Meal; Flurnman, Mr. C.; FU
Hoatson, Jeant; HanOsky, Miss Lena;
Jenks, Prof. J. W.; Light. Miss Bertha; REGULAR BO1
Loomis, 1F'ranklsY.; Lu:neberg, Gustav.;
Marcus, M. I.; Mc~eown, Miss orders promptly
:Mamie; Parker, Miss Adelaide; Reeae,
Miss Myrtle; Scltnirring, Miss Otilla; weith the famous
Shttnk, ihsard; Shatnk, Etrman; Stew- and salted peant
art, A. T.; Walker, Miss (Glendora;C
SWhalen, Jatnes; Woodward, R.; Work,
Miss Eveline.
Drops-Putrow, Miss Annt; Richsard-
5110, Ms.; Yolug, Mrs.
Foreign--Channer.,iRev.; Hodgson,
Fred; Lang. Mrs. James; Tralvis. Mrs.
Lena; Stabler, Mrs. Manie.

Fine Clothing, flats
and Furnishings

ering consists of the advance style, freoh front
of the foremootFshion Makers, THlE STEIN
1. Every Fabric that has strength anti Charac-
jsented in this collection; every style in vogue is
nerchant tailor a-ill give ycou the samn. style sod
5t per cent. more money.
CH1ITT
209 S. Main
Street

Campus

.,

French Cook in Charge

JRNISiiESOF1RST-CLASS BOARD.
'ARD $2.75. MEAL TICKETS $3.00. Short
yfilled. Fresh Home Made Candy now on handi
Sponge Caramel a specialty. Pop torn balls
ti now ready. Come tn and try thems.
W S. PARKE
709 N. University Avenuse

Archaeological Scciettj. :G~AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
tean Wilbyert It. Riosdslle,.S .E PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
M.D.. Will deliver a lectutre on "nine A SPI'ATY.v.'SANITARY'LUMBtItN, STEAM ANDtOllT00WATER IHEATINGO.
Primitive Inventions. illustrated by
American Types, chiefly from Michi- . J. F. SOHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
gan and Ohio." before the Detroit___ ___ ______________ ____
Arche-ological Society at thte Detroit
Mutseut oft Art, Friday. April 13, at "U~
eight ottlock. The lectutre will he il-
lutstratoed witth stereoscopic views.II M S L V E Y .

Noot that the lows have annolutced
W. C. Knightt as their candidate for
S. 1.. A. honors, the -fits are looking uC
for their strongest candidate. It isFNloC ES FrPrisReetosEc
said that the sophomores favor GeorgeFIE C A ES orPtisRepins tc
Maxey, who will represent the Uni-$ AND
vest tMdsn noaoy sthis is conoidered a jtunior office, mem COUPES Godasd Prompt Service
hers of that class are not willing that
a lower classman should get the honor
-------and are still looking for a winner. S STABLER'S
_________ JOHN F. HASKE~T. DEWITT ALLEN
Rev. J. 1H. Crooker will preset oit5Ne23 StoIgalsSt 720 So. 12th
I' he Three Mater S" at the spectol NwSaePhoe406. NetsStaoe Phcooe 2903r ART
Easoter service at the Unitarian choret -/'
ttext Sunday morning. m~e STORE
++ +++++++ .,PICTURE SALE,
Nampus Pt Oto~rapves FOR TEN DAYS
('asitto (Gold Tip) BGNNN
Cgarettes, 25Ct ptg 1at 11ul line ttf U. of M1. sod Ann ArhorBEINN .
Views. Make a speciatlty of Stttdens'Roomss i O MQ
\bti-llah (igarettes., Itoe- and Flashlight.Work,at resonatble pices. IAon ay M rc
Pecrfecltn(Cigarettcs, totC.' views on sole at Calkins', Schletlee's, Looell's,r
Rihnold trigtEdwarda Brsn. and Schtaller's Bookstore. ;IMPORTED CARBONS AFTER OLD
RCttt C trig tte, te-ER N MASTERS
CtCigar t,- r- oc " " Imperae, R gular P rice ow.
Folio oize, Regular price t1.15,d
Etchings, altstzet, 315 cents.
TA B E & CO A MOST EXQUISITE TOOTH PASTE Phtorau esglar priers:.
301 S. Main S..csor. Liberty,,± sale$3.00.
'" " "" " "=" "Z' "t' -duringesal;75 cens.
Witens, b~eatutifies, and ptreserves thte Photographs, size 1t x 14 Regolar
daring sale 35 vents.
teeth. Platinos, sloe 11 x 14, Regttlar pri.
ing eal 45 cns.
AT E S THE ATRE' ANTISEPTIC AND VERY PLEASING TO THE Artotypes sie 22s, Regular pri4
ATHENSne-halcentsie
MONDAY, APRIL 16. All druggiats 25 cents, or by tmail upot0( Medallios oehl rc.slto 19 cents.
receipt of price. ; TABLERS ART STC
Hoyt's tretatent OSuccess C. S DENT Seo CO., Detroit, Mich.) 217 S. FoartIh Ass. Now Ststs Ph

x tGuarssisaa
h 19.
D AND MW-
1.00, daring
daring Sale
dureing sol
.00, dsring
rPrice 11.85
it prie Meo
,ic 75c, tua-
res daring
ORE
tans Na. 173,

"A BU NCHI OF KEYS"
ENTI .RE LOWER FO 0e.0t'

H-EADQUASRTBRS FOR
Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Dress Suit Cases

- ~ Eeey Description. TRUNK AND VALISE REPAIRING alt LowtestPrilos..
TuosoaAY, APRaL 17-Wood and Ward HORSE FURNISHING GOODS.
"$Two Merry Tramps.'t Prices 15, 26,
35 and 50 cents. 307 South Malt Street. ANTON TEUFEL.

SEE: OUR LINE OF 50 CENT PEARL HANDLE KNIVES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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