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June 07, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-06-07

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THE UNIVER8ITY OF MICHIGAN~ DAILY

With this issue The Diy suspends
publication for the year. It has een
its aim to publish all the real news and
ta0 represent the est and mst worthy
sentiments that daminaed hsuent
hody. The endeavr has ever een ta
present fats fairly and impartially and
-to do equal justice to all. The approval
and encouragemnent at the readers at
The Daily has been a great stimulus
tn the efforts at its editors wha are
thus the mre detersmined in further in-
crease its usefulness and inlueneecu-
ing list coing year.
Candidates for Higher Degrees.
Dring the two weeks remaining P-
tooen now and econmencement 4l can-
didates will e exanmined in the de-
partmestofa literature, science and arts
far tile higer degrees and fr list
bachelor's degree on what is knossn as
the University sysenm. The names of
these candidates including the three
that have been exanined and the
schedule at examinations have en ar-
ranged by the approriate committees.
They ra as follows:
Hermna Russel, . S. 1898, at Mani-
tee, candidate tr degree of M. S.
Harlowv Stafford Pessn, Ph. i. 199,
at Lansing, candidate for A. M.
Annia hordwevll Gel-on, Pi. B. 181,
of Ann Arhor, candidate tr A. Ml
Edward Clark :Hacsh. A. B. Alma
college 186, of Grand Rapids, candidate
tr A. M.
Afred L~ue Davrnpor,13. S. Po-
meona college 18, of Pomona, Cal., can-
didate for M. S.
Henry Mtilon Robins of Whimore
Late, candidate for A. .
Edmund Claude Champio, 1B. S. 1889,
of Three Rivers, candidate for M. S.
Boih lsbierta Ludlo, A. . Aiors
college 1898, of Abiorn, candidate for A.
M.
George Flecher Richmond, . S.
Michigan Agricultural college 189, of
Belding, candidae for 11. S.
dMaude Ethel Fuller, A. . 1895, at
Charotte, candidate for A. d.
dMay Wasley, Ph. B. 1899, at La
Grange, Ill., candidate tr A. M.
Charles Edmunsd Flkins, . L. 1891,
at Hrlan, candidae for A. M.
Florence ighans Kinne, A. . 1887,
of Ypslansti, candidate tr A. M.
Eugene Cyrus 'Woodruff, B. . 194,
M. . 1896, at Ludirtorn, candidate tan
Ph. D.
Alice Carissa Joy, Ph. . Abion col-
lege 1,98, at Springpoe, candidate for
A. SM.
diary dMacLean Thompson, . L. 1898,
at Pontiac candidae tr A. M.,
Rachel Ella Dwon, P1. B. 189.,let
Pontiac, cndidate for A. 1.
Baph Wendell Taylor, A. B. Aliono
college 196, candidate for A. d.
Clarence LlatandMeader, A. .1881,
at Ann Arhor, candidate tr Ph. D.
dMarquis Joseph Newell, A. . Hal-
mason college 1896, A. . Universiy of
Chicago 1899, of Portage. candidate tr
A. d.
Ella Ehoda Wibur, . . 1895, of
Larsing, candidate for A. d.
Edna Lenore allard, A. . 189, of
Ann Arbor, candidate for A. Ms.
Martin Simpson, B. S. Olivet college
1899, at. Deekelville, candidate tr A. d.
Ri Ann Connor, Ph. . 1899, of Ann
Arbor, candidate tr A. iM.
Carrie May Sperry, A. B. 189, of Ann
Arhor, candidate f or A. M.
Ktendall Page Brooks, A. . Alma col-
lege, 1897, at Alma, candidate tr A. M.
Carlote Emma Pope Ph. . 195, at
Alegan, candidate tr A . 1t
Itsuo Tokunaga, Doshisha college 894,
1896, of a~nagawsa, Japan, candidate tr
Ph. D.
Wallace Stedman Elden, A. B. Bow-
doinl college 1889, A. M. Bosdin 1892,
of Watervile, Maine, candidate fr Ph.
D.
Harry Hall Parke, B3. L. 1898, of Syca-
more, Ill~, candidate tr dM. S.
Henry Heimann, Ph. B. 199, of New
Bremen, Ohio, candidate tr A. .
James Lesie French, A. B. 1899, of
Grand Rapids, candidate for A. M.
Lila Turner, A. B199, at Battle
Creek, candidate tr A. M.
Charles Huus Mory, A. B. 1899, of,
Charlotte candidate for A. M.
Benjamin Franklin Bailey, B. S. 189,
at Detroit, candidate for A. M.
Prederick Henry Wing, Ph. B. 1898,
ot Marine Ciy, candidate for A. M.
Shirley Wheeler Smith, B. L. 197,p
Ann Arbor, aniidae tr A. M. s

Sanmuel Allen Jeffers, A. B. Central LOOK TO US
Western college 1892, A. M. 1897, of
New Florence. Mo., candidate tor Ph. D. FL (t'~~

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Fine Clothing, flats
and Furnishings

Louallen Frederick Miller, B. 5. 1199,
at Aurora, Ill., candidate tar M. S.
Helen Frances Sage, B. L. University
of Cincinnati, Ohio, candidate tar A. M.
Adonirans Judson Ladd, A. B. 1894, of
Holland, eandidate far A. M.
The exanmination of the candidates
will he private, no one Peing adrmitted
save nmemhers at the faculty and others
swhomn they may specially invite. The
reading- and defense at the these will
he public.
Senior hits Make Elaborate Prepar-
ations for Class Data.
Thte seaier celebrtrsionrs t-rse~ir..°s 1t1i
see p romrie tolbe tiore iaho.t.e ltarn
trc' liselciitt 9ear'. Tile arrantgemetts
tetmrmittee lias practicarlly sell - I ott oll
ille pi.s for senior steek. 15, ssnir
1)1 ersenoce to lie teld o80oon an y een-
ing, Jirly 1111, twill te afeatture of the
cctstettctttnit. Ocer 9,-joo Japanee
laterns trill he strrrrng aonsg ihe trees,
atntd te Unrisersity bandrsel llftrnrisite
c irsic for tse petrettaters. _llary fees-
icirsities toill give hsoise pa'ties oil this
tevenintg. Tile U. of AI. tat I still ftrr-
ntishlths~e srssic orclssda, 1nds lit
oei cssprogramsrft heexrcte ;ill Ibe
given lile membethrs si Itlan
Tertenor rrcepirshstoi le teld irs I.e
'atiermanst gymnarss., rt. art FI rrs'sight:,
Tne 19th, promitse s alarge attestdance.
Tlit prograsr as selected bsy tse coms-
mi~ttteare of 55hit i ,wt h JitUtriv e-
sitis sea]rimbosseed in gold.t1td blueein
lilt centlersrithld-ra~itsedlfitures Iliad
dtrectlyl,.rset .ThtSIe en 1 5 receptoct
ii .11 be selelhlo ~ trsindt - 2st ite
comentttcemntrte x erses ail IPcisidcnt
Jame ttt. 1 tgeli srccep, itt teaeIthed.
(tellat peaain r! Mrth o
teeele. sntel 1900will Ithav e rc.ai
to te .t-Iotstel of is set -1th e .Uts:
tmeetintg la:' igh i. II'ltied . .1,/, 1afor Os
yto A srI, fs~' omite
ti( ecaipiointedst olo f -pa iua
REtgltareI & Jentstrtgs' Anatomsy of ltst
Catt is tetilt of tatrot n, presswstll
1-trrydoll & Cii.lTe ookis abyIJtceib
F. Reighaerdl, profefssorttofizooleogy , and
Hlerhert S. Jenninssgsinsstctor. h1-zo-
ology. Thte sorokeito llust,, bi I ltsteer-
otlts oirigittal figitres, attendt hassniplest-
dsx itssthicli ace gires tttet i.ls esfi .eeorl
atd-I 'clilcel directsor a'lhstdisetionic
aidt sitdy of ;.ittedifferot s stes of os-

Our first offering consists of the advance style, fresh from
the hands of the foremost Fashion Makers, THlE STEIN
BLOCIH CO. Ecery Fabric that has strength and Charac-
ter is represented in this collection; every style in vague is
here. oe merchant tailor will give you the same style and
patterns at 50 per cent. more money...... .. .. .. .

LINDE NSCHF'IITT
& APFEL

209 S. Main
Street

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AFTER THlE MAY FESTIVAL
Stop in at PARKER'So
CAMPUS CAFE
and get a good, cold gloss of Q4
Soda Water. Strawberry 4
Crushes 10c. o
We have the exclusive right ts the refreshnment stand at Athletic Field. 0
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A new Assortment of Oval Frames' '"'' j~I~
end Frame Mouldings, just received GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTIINGUPPLESSHAES,
Do not fail to see them. PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPCI0ALTT. SANmTARY PLUMImNGn, STEAsM ANDOHOT WATER HEATINGO.
StabIleor'ni Art Str J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST.

217 So. 4th Ave. New Slate Phane 173
Wanted To sell Us, Chsase's
Book during vaca-
Std nstion, the Pests
agent can handle.
Our regular Agents make big mosey.
Can give good territory. Particulars
by calling at the Courier Office,
JOHN E. TRATIS, SManager.

those JNew~.
IJ1IK:
WU1IL
you sea out every day come from
HOLME.S' LIVERY
Phone 106. 51h5 E. Liberty Street

NEW STYLES
FOR
d ~ ~~~MEN ANDWOE$30 x
SSHOW WINDOW JLLN THE SHOEMOAN

SEE OUR LINE OF 50 CENT PEARL HANDLE KNIVES AT MUMMERYmS DRUG STORE.

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