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THE UNIVERSITY OF MI[CHIGAN DAILY

v Sy 4 * OBERLIN WINS.
f J Q I p a~ttuA13. Cntined fromfis t page.
Published Daily (Sndays eepted) dring the JUDGES.
Clege year, at-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. . DELIVERY
%rriE: The Inland Pree, Henning Blck.n
Bth Phones 17. Ei o
MANAGING EDITOR. ,:0 . NOLESSUME HIT
F. EnELAns, '01tL. ARGBE' SMES IRTS
BUSINESS MANAGER. C _ ATGEST STYLES
0. I.HAIs, '00 L. , as) n.xs T OWEP'.ST [PICJS.
EDITORS. t a. >O{ W RCS
Athletic Editor, P. W. JOES, '90, J __ - -- OL
T. R. Wonnos, '011L. A. H. HeDoen ALL, 'at E OberlineMOTBE
G.D. HoNaro. 'al E. J. B. Woo, TO Long ...,,,.......85 3 91 2 100 1 REA.
. L. NIL , '0, C. D. CeOOL, '09, -______- --- - - _ It you wat a Shirt, came where
L. J. MoToMr sos'o 0, W . HcKes, 'tO M, WisconsinthSirsa.
A. . Bow, '02 Denu........... 78 5 88.9 (i 8 5 CLUBHIR
The eubscitio price of tie DILY ces.5 foe IetaFORI-AD TMTC
te clege yeya, wth areglar delivery eore " 7 78.17 0,
noncc~ a.'Ntcscmuictosad Ega.......70!8.177_ Nobles Star Clothing House
othermateintendedforepalclicallon musthbe -- - - -
handed in at the DAILY ofie befoa S p. m, o Chicago
mailed to the editor hefore 3p.sis, of he day
peviosstothalon hich they are pectedlto Iestor.......0293.2 1 85 4
npar. - - - --- --
subsrepti~one macy bh eft 1athe DAIsYOffice,Mfichigen
Meyer, orSoflet's ostlad, oe wih Bueines amd 569.83 95 2
Managr. Sshcrierwillofr afavoby Car ..od... . ..7('O 3
rprigprmptly t this ofiee ay faile of ---____ -- - -- -
carriers to deliver paper. li9C tG
All hages in advetieing" aier masst feeinMinete
toffie by 4pasi. on te ay previoseto that Beah .......... 95 1 89.2 4 75 6
onwichv are toeseeer. --=-_- -- - -
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Gilbert. 89.... 04 89 5 9 3
d~~mbs- ~SmcofRank....13 122 142 t 12121211
IF5inal Te' Ptaok. e .....1 417 tifle S R .3. S O &
C. I. IILES.'RECORD OP MICIGANS ORATOR=S IN It 055Aa AsOCLC5O
" THE LEAGUE.__
Wisconsin Records.. .- Michigan's record in the ninelecon- (III6MICAL ande PHI SlCAI APrARtATUS.''
Becaeuse of the comting dual tmeet tests is shiowne bytlie following' 1891, MVICOSCOPIC FINDINGS. 'Headqearters for all Labora-
will, Wiscoitsinte iefollowing'recordsoihia, frt; Northwesetern, se- 112. alyS cS.unnprsiees
Illds atudaytli~ poveiteeret.ond; 1892 Nothwesterni first; Michi. ___________________________ ________
ing: gal, third; 1893,94 ad-95, Michi-
Eiiehthnuldredanhl eihty-yard rn ga-. firt; Wisonsiti, secotd; .8186, IfterOflOiatO Bureau o1fiGadomiG otum.
-Stevetns, first; Burick, secotd. Michigan, first; Nortlwester, sec GOTRELL He LEONARD.
rimie, 2:122. ed; 1897, Michigan, first; Wiscon- ABAY N. Y.
Mile walk-Bredsteen,ftrst; Younei sit, second; 1898, Michigat, first; . Caps, Gowns, atd Hoods made to ordet and rented. Also Class
secon~d. Tinie, 2:42?" Northwvestern, second; 1899, Oerlit, Can, Class Hats and Caps, Clas College Pics. Address
Mile rue-McFarlandi, first; Cas- first, Micligan, sixth. W. C. KERN Wruterna lngr.,
Michgr hassecred eve firtHakeli Hssann, lant. oeChcsag,
sels, second. Time, 4:50 1:5. Mcia a eue ee iss
Two hllndred and twenty-yard a third, and a sixth; Wiscotsin, five -__.-
dash-Cole, first; Nash, second; Pick, seconds; Northtwestern, one first,
third. Tine, 0:24 1.5. thrtee seconds; Oberlin, a firt, and For a 6U.AfA131? CRUISE tak, the
(:Four hundred acd fortyyarddaah Chiago a econd COA ST LINE to M (AC KINA
-Beehee, first; Tomlilnson, second; Stra'BsellGm. CO T
Watsonl, third. Titmi, 0:56. ' atra'sBelGms. NEW STEEL he Greatest Perectin
Discos throw-Stange, firt-dis- i',Beloit, 4; Northwestern, 3, PASSENGER _yTatasdi ntC-
tanet, 111 feet 3 intches. Pennsylvania, ; Cornell, 4. SED STEAMER S. srcin: Lxuris ..
Hamttmer throe--Stangel, first- Yale, 1; Dartmouth, 6. COMFORT .y'~ nihin, Doeratin and
distanlce, 110 feet 4 inchtes. 'Princeton, 8; Bown, 2. ac SAFETY. Eficent Sric.
811o1put-Ed. Cochetns, first- Harvard, 13; Coluniia, 5. To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
distanece 37 feet 2 ittchees. Grinnlell, 21; Iowa State, 3. xO tke LIvactT- l'vruo,_uoftu aocl cl ,,ar,.,e derct.
igh ljumlp-M\asonl, first; Meyer FuaTris er eetetaerteea 5asl tchi a,,,t, erer
secai; Hglestlirdlelgll,~ anttoLean horhad. Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac Err ^ ^' DETROIT AND CEV[LAND
feet 7 inchles. Certain tiemabler of the '00 last ESOKE, 11H R5n,, AugETTnEosF-trtana50 EB nh Irreia
Broaid jetep-'Dea first: retns class ase gttenll ia l etition ad. sw RoA TESiat..et,,;qsn.r ,ePtt a rlicare dsfc ei,a ,tr, Oc
second; Cochieis, third-distance, 21 dresseid to the regetts askillg that neaetaie.teti,, . , u5sAll,rt.,. and Toledo. i iawleO.ottvrctstoit fallP j
ee.instrnctioti e givenl text year ill rs T 01. p5 oq.re,52.1
tofeet.te bechr. drso tefll
WilPole vault-Legge, first; Hymanlsorthiatid.It i15nlesthloght that aSed zc.AforIllstatved,upr. A res, e.Difi airt Nud on~ ! fvii uBllIY
second; Coswle, thire-hieight, 9 feet the effort sill amoulnt to anything as
7, inches. the sentiaent atoseg the students-
Thlee Womlan's League, at tieir seens to be agaitst the idea. T1anderiisĀ¢ Crescent Comiinltion (fo n n
iiieetite, Saurday~, elected the folosw- d~ et) laneitsisfot ret by the hour
ing offices totht~e ensuing year: For Pent.
Presideent-Anna 1Daley, '09.- L Ii 01'(lay'. Ilates esetable
ViePeiet-Loie eesn 1It M. STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
Rtecording S0ecrtary-Nancy iBent,J LIPihanes Na. S._ 11') West Wi litafl'taStret.
rrsodlgSeetary- IFloreneo IATHE.N$ --------_ __- __ __
Trweasre, Jaie'tton1'1
Tresurr-esse ortn,'01 ,j G A. ER S HOOLb OF DANCING.
Independent Literary Commttee- ZjIFA.TRE
Helen lBender p redertka Gllette, $5.00) ltrtTasatanoat12WXeeks'.
ap, Lena lrost, o, Charlotte Fsorbes,~ PROGRAMMIE PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
SooiyComnittee-Elizabeth Rtow . Private Leonse by Appoitme t. ell Phec 24.
land, '02, Jessie Hlorton, '0, Edith 1i1 __ __ _______
Wheeler, 01,EdthlbCamopbel, q), Isabel l ____ --
Hatter, 02 il m. nie backorIa
Independent Medical Committee- y olwn t1CCI~CL0,fr
Elvelyn Scott. '01 h.,fYurB cce1eds S hhl 5}e i hts t$.0,$3.50, si 4.00
Notice, REP elLad $).00, 5cal11 td seeti.
Candidates fr '99laeball tearll TORE ED, lG l We guarantee satisfctosn in every
soll report at Fair Griounds thils of- Go" to BIERMAN 8 3 respect.
Jeno t33. W. BAMNON, CaptXW. 1 aslinngrtoa. RPIL'8StIOF STORE, ZannAbn St

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