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VOL. YI. No. 158. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1tit3. FOURt PAGES-3 CENTS.

We lMust ].Vove
The store we now occupy has I
been old.iWe must seek new SI
We IlU We Close Out 14
iiycle- Woffer o sich-, 1
1 wit seil giootis it too rcs 1A
moean anything to buyers
STHIS MEANS BUSINESS
NN I you stat anyttitin tothe I55
tat,, inet tour 00prices this 'SI
week. i13
IN THE ANN A BOR ORGAN CO, ;
SIC S. MAIN ST. Im
'BUY BED!-HMul BICYCLES,. i
You ought to wearapir of

AN EASY VICTORY.
Ohio State University Falls Be-
fore Michigan.
itbier vcitior} 31 tiigtl'c Avaytheii
'varssity dfi-tiitiOio :atet'nicer'-
cityy Cvtite'sc-iteiof fbstt fitn'cto iie.
Whtile t' nti tue -os the gitie ini
tdobt, thehe tutulel tisowcdtsoeoit
et-curs tif tt he i ttti tiiti tt-it;giit te
sc-tre cloterenituighiitta bt ttaire
tiii gtamets Ooitt'hait t uttontii.
Losity wcsu tifeyrte first time
it thirdi. bbis iapptearance ot itbteficii
it Cts timer is city optune Cii, he wcili
stegtheni it'iithe iid greatly, tatd
miatke'our Cprosptect or t" t hion-iii
Hiliitc itieti bt'e gapeticfit' bunt-
itiati sitt aC ttwosi-bttse hit, ti, scite
wssfotlloed-tbiy acleanitsinigle bys
tLtsitty, atict-rifieeiby tilNittit.ey. ti
B~ooittitisgstet tbntdttanoter single ity
Itleitts. 'These together cwiit cri
ficei biy condtors, tatd tifly-outiy Mcb-
bKenie toturuigih ft'Mt-be l ittitit Cittitt-
runts for it'htthe tfir t ii-. On ut nCi
wats adddiis t ite sic-iitl tintdlfiutthb

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2 ton t. i B tsen ball s --1v ii ier, ; y ittt'd2
Workers for Charity to luno t l it t54 itholiste-t tr. Anigellcstpoke'of
- C iii' the tpsitionitofiitheoltogy, illtiuntversity
itec tutu bititici 1ti-us csill ibe'hilditis Ishouildti beii fewert't' t iitiii tititt
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cii~~~~ iuniversi.Cii lii uuC f uut Ciuetlttt't' as rfter'ttrtoti
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papers wti-ltbtitread'biyitp'cofii't:;in- T eleii closed eds si i CiC iiht
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Kolored - S hoes e tii.ssil iti'tttt'iibt's''

AND KEEP KOOL. ALL STYLES IN
KALF OR KID.
BI±nAL'S 3m,
6 N. MAINIST., DPP.ACDURT HOUSE.
IMVPORTANT NOTICE.
TG.H Leading Tailor,
anud only direct Importer in te city,
has just roceived his entiro stock of
Foreign and Domestic Woolens for
Spring and Summer 'S6, at
NO. 2 E, WAS1INGTON-ST-. NEAR MAIN.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
S-pecial Sale.
Baseball Supplies, Lawn
Tennis Rackets, Lawn Tennis
Supplies. Sporting Goods of
every description.
SEE OUR STOCK AND PRICES
WVAHFR"S,
Uip Town,' Down Tows,
University Bookstore, Opposite CourtlHouse
2S.S Sats SC, - O4N. Main St.

liIts Ciii'tigitiui igit's:tit t'iobii, i
Sis-, iBuloom'r.igsctn an sbi-tiuit'
cupluueti cith C fusw'errors, gav5e six.
miioeruns. Twot moruesou -C'er soi tc
added'b iiii' he inth.
'Cii' houseteatutmtfotustubitth' troubleit
ini fiding Ohio's tpitchers uautid Cte
gtamet'ubotusndedbin lhits.,
Cur Oiio, te first rosswsv soreutd
iii the third tbl eed, te resusit of C
itase out tbulls, audtwoes sinsgi's iLy
Birownuinsg asdubEysenubachltre-spcut-
ively3. Asnotherirntwvis added-ilintheCii
fifth ibytiossor, ce-it)reaed-t rst out
biallesusubwstssent arotundtifruitsset-
ondtu buy Brownuings twso-bagg'r.
Intt'ess ist ite visitors got the
bases filh, andsubbit for goodi esork ty
flue 'vaursity woeuldb hauve rs suntaluarge'
unusuber of scores. As if wscuc ty
scored bswice.Ia fissinnuinugseillshte
biases ftull, blue 'varsity piut Clue first
man tiout by a qiuick tiliyf'om s-ousties'
to Dowvney anti then to Btloomitisteut
oilier ftwo I fClevere lpnt osufby a'
dosuble play by Coisdon autO Pltuoutig-
stop.
The ninth gave 'Ohio twvo singles
and a two-bagger, swhich nettud Ctsesu
their lost twvo runs, Miller hsansily
striking out tile last ftvomunt

paticulCaurlythaiuu tas manyt3'Otistuets its
i,isiilt lmaiy3beiiprsnt:.Hautf fusut
ruteus tou (riuanti luidiubsatutueurnuu'ssCii
Cut sieucu 'byotuuInItug usatC't'tititi'
fromtsSecre'tuaryL. I. Stuorrs, of busts-
sig 'hoiettite-restieiictusuotintif uu-
tt's' particsuuars froIunCustrtuc-toru(1.Ci
Cooley.
"Julius Caesar" at Toledo.
Is'17esuah'offie'kets for Ciie'excuir-
sioto To''uledlo oiussotrose has bun
iuite luarge' anss it is very ptrobablle
ta t aluarge cross-tilciii gownui-sont
Ciii spec-ial. 'lissscill bun titu'only
reuiiung obpportsunity' for bUsiversity
peopletu seu' Juulius C'aesar,lreosunted
by blue studtieast.
'Te excursion us for thse bunefit sit
flue Woimei's tBniludisug andunot for fise
Oruttoricud Associsstion as previously
annoeunced.

ley.
;aftet'rte unetiuiga s't-ttiont s
tuendereud usbi tthdluguites tu th uter
guests of Pbitellater.'u
Off for the Western Trip.
'Tle 'varsity ciiwievefort t'iito
sit 2 u'clock tis aufternoonusuover thet
tiui-iigustsCuntrusl. 'They siusttph ut
tt' Cica-ugou Beau°hlHtetl uandiaftut'
te guttt'mewiths thu-ago bUisu'rsiiy t-
msorrows Cthe si-ill leave'uuorttaiiss,
whesre busy uplay WbisconssinMn datuy.
bRtturuing tg C icagoiCty iplayit bit
sectiudulgasseutonsMsareshall bField Aiii-
nesday.53
'dit'efoulowing tutu ciii gus outhCie
tripu: Holsseus, Wiatins, Loeesy,
BiloomnsgstonC, J.C(dooi, Stdis,
MctKinn~ey, Mettenuue, Muiller, tilis-
ter, Kiunsiondsiaind Scott.
Coacs Sexton aindiassiststb tiuisager
Hutghses seill accompany tise teaum.s

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