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VOL. L I No. 11 7. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1696. Fouat PAGES-3 CENTS.

BICYCLES.
~fWe desire to give notice that we 00
LPosto make afig bOi for
to ycle hotness this season. We
havesecuretd the ogency for the
#11 iticyeies, ohich has eorned a M
iigh reputation as otto of the 0
bent weelo mode;, price $100. We OR
retain the agency for the 4
SBEN-HUR 00t
that excellent weheel. which has OR
thio seasoa h-eto so greatly im-
00proved that weshl make it onr
jj and $tilt you can tied. Weatso $
n1 eil te GLII-'PER. a lhoe y0
whe-l at $1 to M0. We imake our
'0 prices talk. Terms, cash or eany
payments.
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.e
S. MAIN ST. :,
i .( Tn see them.
eerywhere~si,1Y

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WILL BE A GREAT SUCCESS
THE 'VARSITY INDOOR MEET
TOMtORROW NIGHT.
All Arrangements Made-Competi-
tions Wilt Be Sharp -Complete
Lint of Entries.
Tihere soldlble an uiiinually large
attendance at the tnidoor Meet in
the Watermain a yinlaiiini tomiorrow
night. Ax tilt appendied lists will showv,
the numitberof entrico in cxcehitioiliy
large anecacti event shotutli e shrp-
ly contested anthe tirefiire very itetr-
estinig from tile sipectatorts point of
view. Every arrangemetlpossiblteihax
been niade for the coitfort of te ott-
lookers. ("lhiris will be placedi on the
floor andt also itt the runinig track, for
their nccotnoisiaiiou. Let cv eryolic
turin otut -andiake tis evenit as insch
asuccecs inanciily Ito it tostiure tot bc
its an athletic way. Followiing1is itic
liaf of events anditetntrico:
trty Yalrds Dash. -1 W. C. Bryant,
0.2 J. It. Ititilisfl, '9S Ia. 3 1k. N.
toibecs, '98 D. 4 L. Marlin, '96l L.
3It. Felvet', '98. . lLiet'ont. 7 D).1B.
Stnart, '9d. S J. AT. Titoutas , '9S. P 11.
'fP. Healtd, 'PS. 10 Thomnpson, 'PP. 11
C. 11. Green, '99. 12 It. B. Otto, 'lil.
13 W. A. Ely. ')7. 14 ¬ęt. E. Stowe,
983 L. 15 C'. B. P'orte'r, '98S.12t. 1ll M.
Btary, '97. 17 S. A. Stein, 'PP E. 18
C. E. Catter, '90 L. 1l9 W. 0. Mat'
titews, '95 Ta. 31)A. L. tagler, 'PP 'I.
2t I. Vt. Duffy, '98 17D. 22 J. It. Moore,
'P0 D. 23 11. C. Meining, '98t L. 24 N.
F. 'MW1inton, 'PS 11. 25 XW. J. Merril,

19) WX. 0 . ittews, 'PS L. 21$A. La.
itigIer. 'li9)'M. 21 1. IM. Duiffy, 'PS D.
201 C. '. Adamts, 'Pl). 3t C. (G. Plilr,
'll. 30 A. It. Wren, 'PS. ISCl. tH. Si.
('lair, 39 N. Aycrs, 'PP E. 41) C. F.
Chubbil, '97T.
P'otato tDaci.-1 18'. (. Bryant, 'lil.
2 J. It. Hudnison, 'PS8Ia. 3 It. N. Fiiibe'o,t
17 D. HI. Felvert'98. 1) .1. T
Hlealdl, PS. 12 It. I. Otis, '90. 14:IIW.
IN. Stoswe, 'P8. 17 S. A. Stein, 'PP. 19
IX. 0.. Mat1tews, 'P11 L. 23 1t. C. Heic-.
itig, 'P8 L. 28 C. S. lGor',line, 'PP.
Relay hiacee iitsveeinMedic'al abid
Denttal 'taiots--lteciical 'Ti'ain, C. 1t.
P'orter, 11. F. tc(/linton, L. Haler,
I11. M ulticron. Dental Tein,0 1. H
Ditty, A. Kititnonil, N. Forbies, .
Burke.
Rielay hate bsetsveen Selior atid
Freshitilait Lawos-Seniors,(G. IX'.lie.
'askrii, TI. XM. eMi'Ckii, D. It. IWil-
itnts. ('. E. Cartir. Freshinen, It.0'
Motting, lW. 0. Matthews, J. Pt. Hlud-
soil, J. T. Skillinit.
Reclay htce b'twx'en Sophiomiore's and
E. B. CooulkItto, .. ThIomas.J.. i-iel.
Fcre'shmnuii, . B. Pell, C. Mt. Grecel, N.
Ayer's, C. S. Borslinie.
BASEBALL CANDIDATES.
Old Men Out and Some Promining
New Ones.
(buit' a nu-mbieri'ott 11011 hase been
pii'ii'iciilg for the 'v<srsit~y itt the c1oige
tudert'hie directiton of Coat-ti Sextoni.
(Of thiisetryitng foi' tue poisitionolsf

CASH PRIZES FOR ESSAYS.
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM LEAGUE
OFFERS VALUABLE ONES.
Competition Limited to College
Men and Membern of League-
Aggregate Value $200.
Thei Natioual tatge of (ollge
Civil Service Reform Clubs offers tilt
following ash jprize fo'e'siy 011
the subject of civil sevie reform
Written and sbmittted by membeir of
of the Laeague: A first irie of otto
htundroed dollars, o, thrd prize of sev-
enty-five dollars, a tirdn prie of
twentyfive tdollas. 'lihi'followsig
conditions anti diretins are to be
obser'ved:
1. All essiys entered)Iniii onpt't-
tion forthe11prlanes must le ii the
brands of FraulinilBumitp, Ann Arbor,
Mititigait, the secretariiy f the leaigue=,
not lter tlinJune1101'1),3O.
2. Every such essay titust be signed
with an assumed ntit.
3. Accotnpanyinig every sill-liesay
1111101 be a sealed etvelopt' ciitiliiitg
schcilassutmed name, Ithe writers ral
uome, address, college an class, to-
getbier oihi:acetiicate, signedl ty tie
P'resident, secretary or oher qalified
oficer of tilt local college clib of
whiichi le 'is a memibcrthat sucho
swriter is a memrber rof ottlch. liill
goodi anal1 regular'stanintg.
4. The Leatue reserves tei rigt to
liii first Ipublication of thiiz pe es-
sayan to reject all essays' if 110111
axe foundii worty of le award of te
prizes.
The judtges will le slectd fromn
promnltt enitietidnilicd ith tit.,the
civil service refo'mn moeimn,wh.oo
will pass upoit the soays without
knowvledge of te wli's lamkili'or
college.
'95 Banquet Tonight.
Tine comintli' of arrangt'iens for
tile 'P5 banqutet, to lie bold at IHan-
sterfer's Hail tonightI at P o'clok, miet
last esvenintg. All the arriange'tenetn
lre compitlet' atd sccss is lassuredt.
Tsventy-seve'titickotts s-cveiben sold
tisi ar, 111111a nttier of tintllom '5r
of the (1lass fromtot of07townikhame
L. oir viei lt as toasmastr atd
toasts sill be respoticedi to by eight
nonmbers of the class. 'keitenenu cards
wshicih have been priepared fotlull oc-
casion are uniqune in dsign ad wil
be iletsant souvenirs of 'P5's first c-
unioontnt batnquet.
folio Ke'ndrick IBatgs aill deliver
a leture on "The Evoutioni of tite
Huomorist" at Yale Wednesday even-
ing, under te auspicees of Phi Beta
Kappa.

IMYPORTANT NOTICE.
*Go H. WILDx
The Leading Tailor,
and only direct importer iti the city,
has just received his entire stock of
Foreign and Donmostic Woolens for
Spring and Summer '96, at
NO0. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN,
Fuil Drens Suitn a Specialty.
WAHR'S__BOOKSTORES.
Stationiery.
We can thow you all the latent
tints, in all the popular sizes,
svith envelopes to matchs, for
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Polite
correspondence. We give special
otrtotion to engraving of wed-
dingr invita tions, reception antd
visiting tarts, and making tmon-
ogramans and address dies. Plate
printing. We take pleasure io
showing you.
WA~LAHRS.
Up Town, Down Tawn,
Union sity Boohntorn, Opposnite Conrthouse,
20$ 9Stake fit. IN. Main St,.

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17<i P. 2tG C. '. Adamits, '9IP. 27 _1. B. s ow1151110 or5 is,1orl 50 1110rn
Bllh, )'P1). 28 C. S. Corsimie, '99. 219Itillti', wotwsas otto of the ue bstitte
0,. I'. Tryots, "'PhI. 41 B. F. Baiti.y. 42. h itcheirs, has dhevelopied reiirkaobly
J. Iailysimnce +lie begatuvwork mald if lie con-1
Polse Vaut.-20 A. TL. tagler 9 timstois9rs isiltct1.0~ t
211 C. C. Adamts, 'PP. 20 C. T. 'i'yonm, tefstture will undotibtedly be 0110 of
'h9P. 30 A. E.ttichiardson, '9S8iE. 31 our mai stays tit'e box.
0'.(1.Pahnem, P N 32t1.tlticltti Hohlistet' has tiot tomie, out so far,
sotn,''97 E. but ,sayslie will bigits soth;soon.
Atmiotug tienem e nt155 110Ander'son,
Putting 1N13. Sliot-GI . det'ont. 23}
tiills anti Keirhact' sliosimg tile blst
1k. C. ikeitinmg, 'PS L. 20 C. T. Tm'yonl,'
form.
'hiP. 32 L. Huntchiimson, 'PT N. 33 H. A.
Sisuithi, 'PP. 34 TI. N. aehir, 'PS D. Fr catcher's, Hlineiismand Cotndon
lattit Weightt WIrestlers.--W. 10..11am'- l~v um ute-c iywcomglci
A ne'svmain by tilt'nme o ufiinmomi,
lti ule, '16 T., vs. 0. It. laas, 'PS. 'mii u'' ih ilt'1 'lltmim ,t
bansninmg tHigh lumnuht SpceIcial eiiu- dua oi othslieloksoh
tu~iomi for Delia tKapipa Npsilom Silver li odwr'ahl okod
Cimh..-2 Jf. B. Htlson, 'PS8Ta. 7 D. I.thast yoar a memuber of thocHigh. Schtool
Stuart, 'P6. 15 C. E. ('acter, '961 T. 10 team, is develiohing mrapidly.
A. Ta. Iagler, 'hiP It. 27 C. C. Adaums,Oftecniasfoohr ftos
miot much tan btt'toltd frtomintsitde work.
99l. 33 It. A. Snuihhm, 'PP. 311 A: I.
l~ren, PS. tLtdlos, who ulayed 5on theIkobiart
teams last year intryimg for fisit. Reg-
'Ten Yards lHandt Rtne-19 I',W.
mmli' works,'ilhue cotumumect1 onMikomi-
! ifattli is, 'PS L. 21 I. 11. Duffy, '98S
D. 3 A. . Bchiadoo, PSN. 2 Ta tly. T'his avill itnclutde startinag, eaid-
D. E} . E Itchadsir,'98E. 2 L imlg anduthabnd blaupiractite, amnd('lilt-
Ikukehinson, '097 E. 37 K. K. Steven, lain tlolmu1es rcoui'os th"ik -all woi
'PS. have miot handett in threir names shuld
Forty Yards tHurdle. -1: X. C.HiTjdo no at onre.
ant, 'P6.. 2 . R . Itudoti.1'P L. 7 DI Edwoin Denby, '9(6 L, in visiting in
1t.-Stnart, '96. 14 W. NE. Stowe, 'PS L. Detroit.~ I

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