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THE U. OF M. DAIL.k
- PNEUMATIC BICYCLE SADDLES.
r VICTOR LEAGUE SALL__
A ~ r l~f The Perfect" Inflatable -adice, prevets'
"htnNnlne's and Saddle Soretness. The
~ Th VitorLeaue all tChea osi FEaaest Riding Saddie.in the ttortd.
1 ", x¢r ,The ictr LegueBall I~olot TbWomen and titdties (Cicar
iso made of the finest ma terrtts and wi11ll C Adt-s
gtveeatrstsato than any other PNEUMATIC SADDLE CO.,
a v~~~r 5 r . h~~ati on the imanhni17 la brsS. ewV r:
r r Victor Athletic Goods ~TE GLAND OPERA HOU SE,
are favorttens'anong the athletes, andthtte
Victor trade-mark isoaguarantee of the
dlos aaty _ MONDAY, MAY 20th.
j Jr= L 7i I OVERMAN WHEEL CO. S U R
r , z n,4 3N °f r Makern nf Victnr Bicycins. F
1* Boson. NewYorktoict.Tenver O B SO !~
e*y-iSnTe-rancsco. tLo s nee corttand. Untider the circetioi s Vt i l ryd
to c, ti OtSnnwoatds oor wy,
Tts'tod'citc T~s~o'~ 'HE HEN RIE TTA"
a______ )Itr.iRobsoina it eetle the Lamtb The
DITONMUTSIC.
______ Prices, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50.
fiest live noses tn Paoetee. oibatane of
MISS ROSE STEWART. "Six Love Songs," doon staies, 5it.it.
Rleser-ed seats otnstale at Waits' Jewetry
B__________________- iy Frankh E. Sawyer.Ternstattons atfSits Store.
of (elot's fitnesi lyrcs tin exquisitemusicle
f tu+ WILL BE CLOSE CONTE fSTS. ettings. Heavy Paper, 75 conic.- FIRST NATI.ONAL BANK.
COLLEGE SONGS" OF ANN ARBtOtR.
EVENTS IN ANNUAL FIELD DAY
Pubttshed Daity (Sunday escepted) durng POiE oR XCTN. Tte standard collection of Coltege Songs. Organtzed Ibi3.
PROMIE TO E EXCTING. Oven b300n000nold. Heavy Paper, 50 Capit, $O0tfit. Surplus anedtrefts, U6,0e0
the College year, lit cents; Ctotth. Gilt. $1.00. Tusct reslhtlii uirn
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Toorowm-eFldroptanTraP.M "COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS" Foerhtnrt'hgeshoattandod. Furnisho
0 tc Ttanhuldin. NMai st, oposte Events Come Off Sirnutaneously Otnly boils of the kindtfputtlished. ie~*IA~ ro . T V.heIfSN u
cost office.soassof thei letadincolege or
________________ Bsbt TcesCe o dI Heavy Paper. $1.00. Tio arrange for private or
EDITORS. mission. ,
J. A. LERon, 'SI. Macaging Editor. I 111 l ClT[1IL 11I11 :11t11 [Li I tIMUSICIS E IA L S
G. t1. H tlsiON, Ti t,,Assistant ITie atntital spintg Tiilttday oitT i'Eighty-tact pitecs for the gu cc rfrioa tte
A. W.fSITHa, Speci, Asitact. tbest sources . A spleiidid coleciton. Hand- lesost in Dancinig, cull at
W. A. Scott, '50 L, Assistatnt. ,llilicis~ociatioa wll e!held ito-ataeConic. 50 cents.
H. COLEMAN, 'S7. Athletic Editor. tiiolr'iw afte'rnouo, at ti- o thtetic' Hilit, Any hooknit postpttid on receipt of prien 'tt.I.fger s A a e .
:f. S. PEARt,,'95 L, Blusiness Matnager. t1-ittltg irlitil V'I etek t LIXIB DTS N CO., Office bourn 11 to 1 sand 4 to 8.
Associate Editors. . ginnrpopl i.3 'lch tO 1V .JI N tist nui
H. A. Iltoser, 'Ti. E. L.SEvatto, liTL. t.is l ioes5ayto b:lii iilt at tgistthne 43-463 Wabigoun r St., Botn.WAD UOLl
E. R. Sunderland, 'i6. Carrie V. Smith, '96. ittoliati of 2 uiclockttitt enter iii lithe- C it Ditson &Co. N Y MRS. ANNIE WR OTOS
L. A. Pestt,'gi.. L.tR. Hambiens 'iiL. freaslitaspsibewth ft.n School of Danring end Delae
C. A. Hougiston, '965D. G. A. HIt'98 inishih s iP.lli sit ii ANN ARBOUR Snturday, 10a.n.,Gnctlemansbennserselass
Mf iVitlompsost, '5, It. B. Gammon '98 lt. Btontlass eoes, and iitI po<.ealiswill 'rAl Y'v- ~T "Ral'LT TQ S tund y nLudybegi Iul
C. H. Fuereit,'93 . S . Knappen,'it. S EA 2ocday ai3 p. i., Advasnced Clams lLmsle,
J. S. Fittlty,. i ier~ci~li tt T Ofs 0TN Ladies' anodPenis' Cothing Cleaned and Geniiemen).
_________________________ tr Ttyed. Tuesday,. Ital p.mi., Beginners Claus(Laides.
__________________________ itili fttita sttir' t t ish.It. i silllyi''sad Gentleiten).
Buti litle commtet iis tineestliy tti.ip- iitiiig itsiithiteii- e v 1al asc'li r 3W. HURON ST.., ANN' A.RBOR. Private lessons by appointment.
SCHOOL. 46 S. STATE ST
cil tit ?May l'stoisal. ItofTitself spoke aeleriel tieendoiitooninlet, isteaitifIMembters of Guarate eTicket Probers' Anso-
voluletnofort'hliiacotoftProfessour boiltg alloweitdIto dt'cig osiiiTitttrnrelation of C.S. P latiii"Lotyp
Stanli'y atid hist ablesadjiutors, of yeairs. Cosby & McensR. R. Ticket Agency50Aastu eriyMscloce .It Teitofueie sbth1ic tCiag.Rdedresoal
pointistitanchi The IKindergarten No.3 The latent thing in IOTUGGAPHiY
should lie a miitt'O tof n tioehuh ideila ~rg-t' anid lull -s' ttan evii b it~e. N.S tainsts.Attn Atrhoc letcigun. a
to stuclents of ichigan toIs,_n :+hthiandithe cottitietitittus still accintgly 'WM.g R- T'UJL- :1 B B R I.YM A N l' *
aliianite llsiiglii ormot tplace bGo ltheilosest yet oiienthlie. Tb.' FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
amongethe iiiveis'rsities itilusicat Peltdi'v'ntis will be startedlit the CreWuim edTliiamsiCATERERR~R
hines. Tliit'i is ito lo.)g,(r i t gtztiolslSatuestilte it tile trailk ev'itls,raidi Witlicit, nt. enitran. . , toes runon
as to svliclliseaicrowdcn ea , is'drawn twseventosi-ill fin goitig all thei tt'e ' IlRD TO D X IHO Tti 000 obndebarree-frperfeeUg
fib ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . I i ~slse u ieiii nTla asb~ eton ticlsets will aililli CEO.__S. PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN.

to Go wihthescrioTds thtio meS~O.
TWithlathe legislatiures.iefttsingbtitmeet
thle moot urge'nt andi lonog-staniding
gsog4ds oftoi- U'iris'tiy, it wotuld
seem gthatg u'iiversity hll mut! stufr-
f1 cc for sotno tiian to colns, uless
private capitail should obviate te dif-
ficulty.
Wll1iantu, Anmherst anti Dartmncuih
hare jist compileted the,, orgauizeationa
Of anul tletie league,;swhicb is called
'The No\7-w Eitglanud Intercollegite
Triangultar League." The old'baseball
and . football leagues were brought to-
gether with track athletics under one
,constitutions.

Baties. A speiatl iducteniit for
ladlems to attesnd is tbtat the amtosnt
rent-tved for tbeir admoisiolns will be
jvienrt ly ibisAthletic associattiont to
ithe Twomcen's gy-intasitum funtd.
The Senate Trophy, a i-er ccui to
tio given annually by' ihe facilty' for
inrdividual all-arountd excelletice.in
oittdoor athlletics, Toill net bin given to
the one makingInost points in the
field day toniorrown, as was at Firat
announnced. This was decided upon
because it cerced Inpossible to find
a date later on suitable Ter a special
all-around co-rpetitien. Since the
California meet has been set for June
a, this competition will probably be
held the week following that.

YUrdaeisIkltohvthm hhantwrtusadw'lsn othinomtoSa a a.
ourbsaaseillustateisatitog tfee. PAi tiT t f1 tt ;® 'A Y, , 3.. e Ia 1.,w.
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