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}.-- VOL. V. No. 161.

VOL. V. o. 1111.UNIVERSITY OF MIiCIIGAN. FRIDAY. NMAY F17. ItfETIECNS

A. SYMPHONY TONIGHT. _____
THE MAY FESTIVAL WILL BE
WELL ATTENDED.

Miss Stein, Miss Stewart, Mr.I
Clark and Mr. Rieger Will Sing-
Season- Ticket Holders Should
Get Tickets for the Organ Recital.
The Slay Festival opeis with I
symphony concert flitss-evsiing. The
prograteifollows:
Orerature, Anacreones------- -(Iserehlis
Coscert Scee - - ---Tslakwk
Sils. Getrede Sloy Steim.
Vorspeil, " .Tristas ad so I --ai." tagner
Walter's Prize Soeg, (t1iicMetsi egee
--------------------tge
St.Wm. H.ttietee.
SymphonyisISiese4lnr. tt(ttl'(15d) Se-helet
Allegro seodereato. Adatecn ao
Aria freos 'ter Ted less,"------ e--Gase
Stiss hose Sewart.
Bass Aria tress "La Juive".... ----Ilateesy
Ste. Win. 11. Clarke.
EstreeAct tress 'tsereloliee,-Ile__Cabrer
Quartot freos"F-idieltlo,------- lieel oves
Sils Stewart, altsoste. S teDl. liiegee,
Ste. LCle.
March andtChoeerusteeceec Teeotla e-.e'
Bestoe Festival Orche4c ettestandCa 5leUnion.c
Saisturda y meorntc ig(,'li e ,c lcsIly
stilt giveciii erodes es-ciilet t iee t1e
FriceeMet eceselstre-oneti ce-esslceg to
flee fotlowecs-' lereseciec:
Soesatas is C 1i ccc fp. 2.--Tieeodoreeeo lore
tI. Anedeente. nAessise- nr rslio
ITt. Andanee-c.cndateils's mte
'posemalsdeeiso.oc-
a. "tltccte'es"e(tlParedee---
---- --- --- ---- --- --- - T e re lD bse et
(Pselude, Thsceme, V-crc-st ees-ssecnd Iseelee
c. Cseanonte in B Sisor-----RoerS iiin
is. Conceret Iuoueeinsec C. sic _:1 see i-
a. Shepherd'setearwoell teeoithestoy 1I- sees
---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- --- Its-- - se leesz
(Chorus-from te i leflscy o es s)
b. Etueeie C slicrs minor. Ole.1teNo. 4
------------------------ss1pte
(Area-neged torttheeorganesbtspAugust Ht)eest.
a.lomace--" Eenin Se tare,.---_-
- - -t_____________ichtarsd'Waegerc
bi. Ptlgrimi's 5 ioso-----icheaerd ZV/sgner
(Transcriptions teem Tseeelseeusseeby
tlaeceEdd~sy).
Tis concert is ain addition to the
three on the Cheoral tUnion seasote
tickets, tend heollers tef season tictkets
can obtain ticktsto I it free upon Pee'-
sentatian of setasn tickets at atny
place in the oiivl ereSlay Festi'val
tickets are on saes.
University Magazine For May.
Tho Anmerican University Magazitne
for May is one of the hoot nunibes
of thatf magazine yet issued. Among
the longesr articles are "Womans as a
Director of% Edncation," "Japaeose
Schools anet Colleges," a write-tip of
the University of the Sooth tend "Col-
lege Bred American Artists," incluid-
log a fil paige cut of Chcauncey Do-
pew. Besides these, crcetnnmerous
smaller articles, new's front the col-
leges and universities, ansi the utsnal
alumni biographies. Into hteline. of
athletics, fleee is a coniparisont of
"Football in England and Anmerica by
Eliot Norton, of Harvard. Thee ath-
letic department entfains review's of
basebatl and track athletics bottt in
the east and west, the western inter-
coltegiate athletic department being
now -edited by a student of Michigan.
Ice Cream Will Be Served.
The women of the University will
serve ice cream and cake Friday even-
ing after the concert in University
ball, at fifteen cents a dish, the pro-
ceeds to go to the womsn's gymna-
since. Stop with all your friends.

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GtRTRUDE MAY STE IN.

THERE MAY BE
t SOMOETHING
IN IT."
51 South Main st.
FASHIONABLETAILORING
Elegant radeiaticg tr light Sit
tmadse frotm Imposred or Finest
1) 0=3tio Woolens
foe' $22.00 used p, tFull Dress Suit
X27.00, work muds' at home ears
inspeetione ly tisny High Class
'Poletee'acid Cutfter. Will e
tleasseelto aves y-itcall and e
convsinedes.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
10 E. Washington St., u stairs,
.FiQT LTJ7 rCYHZ di
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+TUTTLE'S,
48 S. STATE ST
JUST A1RRIVE~D
A SIitIIIENT 0OF
Geots' fine lao Shoes
Pow. SPRI C.
JACOBS & ALLMAND
wasmleleeto Block, An..Absr.
P. S.--See our Show Window.
ED. A. CADIEUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
tn the city E.V/criegns teso., It der
east ccc Sass tAnn Arbor.
MAMM0TH PIPE SALT
.JOLLY & Co's
26OUH enS-AE ST. Dos't fuillto ocrs
lint mud ild Lunchres at. AltHours.
DUCK PANTS
$1.50, $2.00 AND $2.50
BEST QUALITY.
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
WRIGHT & DITSON'S CELEBRATED RACKET
WA HR'S.
Up Tow, Dws Tow,
fnietsrstyBooksore, OppoeteCorrioser
-se S. State St. 4 N. Main St.
ANN ARBOR

APPI_1{OP'1{Arry)N SEllT BACK. (Lee tleneen1 S:t M illt.Msle . 1iet
WAITE MAKES A BRAVE FIGHT I liio ' tsn 'tfry
'letes's'Roissec, Ies-s',. Neigie-, xevtll'o
FOR HIGHER EDUCATION. Ae'etstss e. le's, 'ilty cei tcs
44 to 43 Was the Vote-Donovan j spealer'4it.
of Boy Does His Party Credit- Str. Vaeeis. seft o-nee es. vosted "ess" tier
Kimmis Turns His Back on His Al- tie ' rpo- iof csiees-sa. cc e'eeesstere-
ma Matter-The Bill Wilt no Recon- tiiti,5isoheet It.4 ye ditd.1:1 iits-ri5-
sidered -Lots of Fight Loft in Waite eosetlelwlic-ose:oe s-s-es o thes i se
etetsieon. l. S iteliorems-sed la tc-tie
The- hilt for ancaptroptetieion feor this e. ssetisie~t eieeiiet iontieetic'etbele,
University wos defeaeted tee the house bttit wstdeefeaetsoel ty cc sote if 2.)leo
yesterday by sa vole sef 44 to 41. Al- 55. lih'oeesmoteleesto e'ssseois-r cirrie I
thoeughe ttprrscitafive Waite, fleeend flee blh wes teetl'l.
chamiepion of Pie hitl,etidt everything tee
hits pow-er to- elfecf its passage, fthe The May Alumnus.
opotisets tee cteappiroprihation we're Tthis iectl's etttiiitis platetd.onec
tees tuercous.'Te aiceuetwets agaieesaile toeday. ft csosntins se~isioes's5
s-ut fromie$80,000lOto $60,00 tone satm- btete'r 0. Itessls t.rsl. 'It7, ult Roes-
tifen to stribe out thw e-s-ficiies'y appsreo- well I1.''aylsor. '61it d '(iS .. 'Or.
priatione ef $20,000. Tits wsof tn Codsdardeltells oset l "LaIsstl stening
avail, hiovever. of Alech'aices'' a5 l'tctrersy eeistseie
Tue -sote wcts as fellowse: whishosas laist pserfssrjeedhey his slee-s.
Tes -Amidoit, Buaird, Betnoit. :fir. 'fetyisi's airtisir- is "Mv First
Br-owni,C'athiro, Chtamsberlain, Clhiver, Bosok,"ansdianecdetes of the' fate of
Coolk, Dais,, Donesvan, Edgacr, Forget- on lispiring autthsr's titeseript.
son, Fooete, Foster, tHarris, tHenry. The tustealdepaelrtmtllis sat this tettits-
Hicks, Holden, Kelly WV. D., tKempf, her conetasinsetsceints if the first an-
Kiiguhanet, Latimner, Loishbtry, Mitt- mnuetal mestqiet of fttltelffelo ealumneei,
thews, Mtulvey, Ptartridge, tRice, ftich, the trill of thes tusle-al clubs in Cesi-
Richacrdson, Robeertson, iRowvly, Sax- orado octe other mlatters of interest to
too, Shierwood, Seiley, Smith, Stoll, alumni.
Taylor, Voorliels, WFare, Westeott,
Williams, Weed, Wortley-43. Expelled.
Nays-Aplin, Belknap, Bradbury, Normtame M. Cametron, '95L, as0e x-
Camburn, - CampbeelH. F., Campbell priled by thee law faculty last night
J. T., Clark, Cousin% Coel, Curtis G. for sending untrue reports of Univer-
M., Fitzgerald, Flood, Henderson, Her- sity happeniogs to the Detroit Even-1
rig, Hilton, Hoyt, Huggett, Jonees, log News. The vote was not non-
Kelly W. Jf., Kent, Kimmis, Kingsley, imous.

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