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VOL., V. No. 163-

UNIVERSITY OF ,11ICHIGA . MONNDAY, MAY 20, 1895.

PRICE-THREE GENTS.

VOL.'V.No.1t3.U~iER~TY O MIHIGN. MNDA, MY 20 185. RICETHRE CNTS

MAY FESTIVAL WAS '
A BRILLIANT SUCCESS
PROGRAMS PERFECTLY T, REN-
DERED TO LARGE AUDIENCES.
UNIVERSITY HALL CROWDEDAT
EACH ENTERTAINMENT.
All Was Appreciation and Applause
From 4,000 Auditors-Detals
of the _Programs tn-
' dered Saturday.
The aigl rowdlof Ilite(oleinfg oi-
c('rt of the May Festival wals 1' alitl
Satuday iiio'iing t 11io'lck to
hoar the erganoreial ty Mr. (lli'i c
Eddy. It is been the desire of tle
suidnts an1of(1 e eoi'pOtl' of Aii
Arbor gui rlly eviir siiiceitheiii' ci'h
of till Clmin ranOi'ill"iii liviriy
hll uto leari plyd tby a nate, aid
Ahip capabilities of theiiaiuel"t i-
stritrl lt, allil'plt i gret leaure
from leaaiig thiseiiiill'lt ltit. Not
withisandinig thei dificulty gen rally
experirtiled of rtaiailig complete t-
tentioni throu~ghIotthelprgramlilof ill
recital, Mr. Eddy was listened toat
atttilyclyn apprtec iatively Si-
Olalt's Canlon iii B millet adlCio-
pill,'stitde ill C sha~r'minlo' were 's-
lzeciaEg-,w iel rcivdt.. T lii' program
closed with tie tilgrimi's ('lorts reilt
1iuiuliauser, arrngiied by Mr.- Eddy
of the rgalillnder his attsolute cel-
tfol gave-'a tily lli ffet.
" Afternoon Concert.
The afterniettnicoceitrtwas atior-
chesleal maitinee't with val sols by
isssSteini anidlStewart, atd t.ipiao
cooefte by -Mr. Martius Seekilg.
T lhe"tminuetto roniet.'s "LArks-,
luicd," anoel fa a:ili's "Mobile Per-
pectuum,' ill which all tie irs, ilis
played alone wititl woderutl agee-
aelt a quirk soil restless temne, were
warmnly applauded. Miss Stein's solo
-wOt , te aria f remounod's " a
ftline de Saba;" Miss Stewart's, Po-
lac front hellii's " turitain."
V"oth fttgers. already popular witil the
audience. were vigorously aplauded,
XicM Stein failing to rauppeari,]ow-
cvii,wt l accont of a slight cold. A
Ptzzicto by Latann, prformed by tie
rchetra, anddso ovrture, "Mt'Ilpo-
ipu-,"by Chadwick, ended the pro-
"Damnahlon of Faus."
The "last and chief conet of the
scrifs,, TheUlamnation of Faust. e-
gan at 7:30 Saturday evening, but the
ball was complttoly filled over an
'!eou befcore that tme.' The crowd
cotined to pour in util every inch
.i zaldug roola was occupied, and
b,, rie time Mr. Iieec began his
epeislilga li aT+ amt frt'xPor th s-

MAX HEINRICH.

andilpeoplle were pieelii. Yitieii trofif TIED WITH PENNSYLVANIA.
Staley atiaret i tl itiltifiriiiand
toos i4phi~e iCosctctz, ip'\~lCalifornia's Second Field Day in
the East,
greetid twithi a cc ll-desereel 1 heer, ('lilifernili tied It iiist-tt-<liiiia in tht

tlil'of ilththirdliretiof he' tie-
geaiinehu. litlin Ea he oweilto
tin auitdter
Mil. tltege's laudit.w'lialeeil.l
il, lit. Mr. -Max HIii itriel h i er-
hlaps oeiotf the list Melitootf il
counltry, the'stataii t Xti''oile lit'll
itol his palrt being ('tilstiiilte, Mr.
ClarketisBreaneriehad sne sole, wicht
was we(ll renderit. 7Mttto. Nordirit as
'Margtaretlia, comlette'lyruaptiv-at'thet
'lTitire Iaudience. It is listless toenin
iii lii on the singinog of this ttniincnt
ultationi spetaks for that. Heir best
soles were reteived with storis eif
.app~lauilse. Tie; last witrd is dtte thei
('horal hUsio, which, tundter thelirie-
tell of tref, Stiley'), saig';ilii loosi
ltrliswiw'rtsiy style t'e ificurtlt cheed-
lIsts of this legend.,
College Games Saturday.
U'nioni, it; Rutgers, 6
ILehig h, 12; West P'oint, 5,
Virgintia;,)'; N. Carlolinta, 0.
Lafayette, 12; (Ceolibia, 1.
Yale, 1; Pr'inctonl,i.
Illinois, 12; Hyde tPark H.t, ,3.
Wabash, 39; De'phauw' 2,.
Cornell, 5; Polinsylvaliii, 1.
Wisconsin, 11; Obierlin, t0.
All ┬░the itellbers of thc Daily boaird
are, requtestod to ieet at toe dtonit
7 o'clock" shaup tonight,

Ramuisdll's ttseilt:." -es ~;icendtiy
t1't'iislvtiiuiits thi' tatus" of tlo' ti
Thti y wete ctnlidtli thIlatthii''rurak
'I-letyartds dalshelsandd Iitonsiadthielii
stir.e0f to 5 inifavotr tf l'i'lnslvaliut
Thei'stttnaitiy is tasfioluows:
441) yarids tlash- -Wotu by K ell, Cali-
2210 yardlstdash-Barnes, &C'llifoirnia;
tineii, 0:22 3-5.
:100(1 ards idash-Itlt'lolz, IllisyI-
ile walk-lMarvini, tuiliftornia;
tintg', 7:37.
,!,0O ytiils run-i-Ortoni, Pi-Itlsylrtinil;
M~ile rn--X tut to Jatrvis, t't'lil-I
l'Slial by3ttfaunlt; tinie 4:57 3-5.
1.0 feet, 91/> iches.
Shlot itut-Koch. Califoria, "S feet,
3 inchebs.
Hammer il' hrow-Edlgren, Clilfor'nia;
Ile) ft'et.
Htllning Ibroatd jumpi~--Wotilsey, Cali-
fornia; 21 feet, 33-4 illclv"5,
Runlnintghigh jtLltiti--Winsor, I'en-
sylvatnia; feet, 11 inches,
120 ytards htirdle"-'Lie betwee'n Dyer
and Torrey, lbothiof ('aliforttia.
220t yards hiurdle-'-'orrey, Cai ior-
lila; -1m11, 0:20 t-5.
Two 111110bbicycle--Osgood, Peilloyl
vania; time', .:37 3.A
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vertise your board 1n the Datl'.

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Tailor aind Cutter Will ho
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conhvinced.,
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HOT LThZFOhE~s
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+TUTTLE'S,
+, 48 S. STATE ST.
JUST ARRIVED!
A SHIPMENT OF
Cents' rino Iao Shoes
JACOBS & ALLMNAND
Wahingon Block, Ann Arbor.
P. S.--See our Show Window.
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enoPrnoTOn OTHtEl
Latest Improved Barber Shop
In the city F.Washnton st, lt dal
estofiMain st Ann Arbor
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
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28 SOUH STAT ST. Don't fil to come
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DUCK PANTS
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