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June 04, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-06-04

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THE 'U. OF Nil.

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75c rJTI'LLL, Ar 59C.
$1 aU BO1'i LE3 AT 730.
'T'heseare ill f y-ah toodsofC theer
besvt nmkO-
Calkins' Pharmacy.
<3 SOUTH -iSTATE ST.

~-cYOUF{ CFANCE
One-Fourth Off onl ever ything in the House, except E. &-, W.
Collars. Come early -while the stock is complete.
BOW:D18F3 & A'TBJ~SOI"T_

t

J~AOQI~B~ & W~QE~BJ,

NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

TE IS"ASE BALL AND SPORTING GOODS
Which Ii eyofferat 551il- c ua t eediii t t aasto i ovvas crlltb1,
Otni ned .I'Iseviler . . . . . . .

' WINCUELLS TEAC"HERS' AGENCY
262 Wabash Avenue, Chiengo. Ati ii itetilith iiit0 iBloston.\ i
c-cc-( tt it AMi. -Irho. iWrite fari stecil tcr---
CIGAS - IGAR

Is tteLEADING SCHOOL OF B10
nitt~rnt tuttdtngt nieteachers;mta]
goo dteinet-ttupterior work;wells
--daityltctures; Saturdtay eve
Oipen thetiteyear; commrcalFr
demand; sthothnd graduaits llFs
livtng epenee$2.to $2.5 pereetk
lies. ForN xcCAOGU Eand Lit,
takie potonsafromwteketo weekadt
ANN .AR CB0O
E. a es
CI ARETTE SMOKERS w110
In1Vtopayatittle mittothti
0tt c-edifthte orinatry trade
wilti ad THIS BRAND superiort
The Richmond Straight
arc made fromc-c trightest, i
tol Savor, d iighetlcotG
grown inl irgiia-
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,.
that te ne of the 100001i
below is-on every pock-age.
BRANCHI 'T, iirOet

________Foro 100. Forc. For 5c F-i-I. a
v rnso c __ 3cS-> < Royl1nn we Ici : 0
/r w rci o , e- -- .0 15 > :c Hal cttCn r___ otic
0i'OA5 1Ii 50.staryCla cCae .
llll 'WK{ g i 130 It5
' 44 South Blain Street.DE N & C M A Y
,~~~ ~Ann Arbor, Mich.D A C M A Y
Sophomore 60, Freshmoe 57. t'iair, Ott: Wolcott, '96, secotnd; Coffit.
38INERO. 111g.
tege attendance, 1'97, third; distance, 20 feet, 2 1-2iiclies.
suppited reaing An unustually small crowvd vas ;2 0vrl tideWnb ~a~ill
oteg rtceptions -ad ude-o yBafed
autsnrati present at the Athletic field Satur- '96; Kirchner, '97, seconid; Bartlett,'
of~tdenr wh day morning to witness the annual 97, third; time, 27 seconds.
ilire c r Silo-or-rshtnfel-a. One-mile bicycle race--Woinby Def-
This was probably due to the ball fenbaugi, '97; New-ton, '97, second;
R game in the afternoon 'which was Bencltid;tmo.iuts
(~ ( 3 largely attended.. However the Pole vaclt-Wti by Hutcliioi, '97;
R y V V spectators made up in enthuniasm Baitlett, '9)7, eco nsd; Alexsadcr, '911,
AV. what they lackrd in numbers. As third; distatice, 9 feet.
ftti~-r ar as the program wvas carried out 44-atsrc-otb tat 1
r. Quarles, "96, second:;SHubbard, '1)7,1
liii sopthomores won the day by a third; time, '57 seconds.3
score of flu to 57 points. The ham- Slot-ptt-Von lty totirttid, '1)7;
nier-throwc was pstoponed on ac- Dicketn,'97, sectond; Thomspsont, 916,
count of the hammer being broken. third; distance. 71l feet. 11 inches-
-A~~ If the freshmten ran win first aid 1 380-yards rtoi Wottby Htubbsard, 97;
in hi cset heycviive '97, cecutit; IHovey, '9, third;
- i c econcd i hseetthywl time, 2 tminutesi;5 2.5 seconcds.
outir front '96- hut this is hardly Pirol - 22-yad ah WnIyStatF9
yrsas--o turBEST. ah1).Wolcott. 196, seconcd; llractliel, '9(i,
e prieo lie suttlary of te eents is cc ttird; timie, 24 2-5 secondsl.
Cigetes, t~c ~High jiilept-Wonttby St. Clair, 'T16;
oN' 1100-3yards distc-WNoii by e ~tel Wolcott.,1')G, secondCtiollic. '97, third;
C '16; Stuiart,1 96, sec-otnd; W-lctt tlisttnce, 53c-ct, 8,;iclies.
ost ac-tic-ate thirtd; titti, it 2-5 secottds. UNIVERISITY NOTE~S.
GOLD LEAF Staitdinig broad jmush-Woct by lsttt-___
tnd OtocC liioi :Wlott.erve1. cc-(tti:;b.t leembners of lthe Choral Union
icoucer as (nr5,ttr:dsaie et are asked to mteet Tuesday- eening
iie.110-yards hturdle-Wfion by B~racfiteld, at 7:30 for a halt hour's tpractice for
IRRA'cco ^o 110; Bartlett, '97, secotid; Ewintg, '916. the niemorial services of Dr. Ford.
RINW IlNtN ltird; tiume, 26 3-5 secoinds. ZLeta Psi's defeated the Deke's in
One-mile ru--Woin by Itubbard, '97; a hotly contested game on the canm-
UDIRY Parott, '97, second; Atwood. '97,
tENT lid iie iiie, 3 eid. pus Saturday morning by a score of
-idrd eimtleduts, r ecods
sEaT, e Pc-op. b uiining broad jamps-Won by St. 14 to 13-

594 LA-S.--NO ICE1
WE ARE IN IT
Withc a Fiinc Ltine-cImotaiiCed and
Doimestic
SPRING and +.P ui'
-,- SUMMER VAlllhir)
1-tRltFAvIONABLEK WEAR.
Gm 1i4 lll WIL3,
THtE LEA INO VTAILOP,
No. 2 E. Washington St., NCMA N.
131cqcies
Stijclies
Wheiiei-dttf anythigno ulne ride
-ourc- twc-el doom iSW. Washinon Stos5p:tvit
No0., ;: et-tteiitetantd we'lt chow roo as cot. -
pet-ra lintc-of ile SucndritcsanitSut~eo ss
tm-c-c-c-rotew. Atso the inc-c-ct stock oCfiBi-
cyclslt he outccc nt tyo lwysk-c-lt oilt ad
M. STAEBLER.
SPRI1NGSTYLES
NOW IEAI)Y.
ELEGANT
ASSORTMENT.
OU LINE 0)"
RAZORI TOES.
Goodppeed',
17 S. MAIN ST.

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