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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

SUMMER TOURIST RATES AND
ROUTES, TO THE NORTH AND EAST.
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the -Send to Michigan Central ticket
College year, at office for this little book.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFFIRn: The Inland Press, Henning Block. WABASH R. R. PASSENGER AND
Both Phones147. INFORMATION OFFICE--615 E.
Williams St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
R. S. GREENWOOD, M. P. A.
Senior Notice.
Boone Gross, '98 1, of Chicago, is All seniors of the Literary and
spending a few days in town. Engineering departments will meet at
9:30 sharp Thursday, June 22, on
Gen. M. Chandler, '98 e, arrived in the steps in front of Tappan Hall to
town this morning to spend senior march over to the Commencement
week. exercises. L. D. VERDIER, Pres.

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Nothing Better
Can be furnishd than what we
are now puttingforth in the way
of Hot Weather Drinks at
our new Soda Fountain-
Special cooling apparatus and
everything new, clean and at-
tractive.
J. J. QUARRY
Campus Drug store.

GO TO
Stabler's Art Store
Art Novelties and
FOR Fine Frame Mouldings.
217 S. 4th Ave. Phone 173.

"Eddy'' Shields, '96 1, of baseball
fame, is in town and witnessed the
Cornell game yesterday.
Dr. Angell will deliver his annual
baccalaureate sermon to the graduat-
ing classes of all departments, in
University Hall, tomorrow evening
at 8 p. n._
Successflul Financiallia.
Yesterday's game was a thorough
success from a financial standpoint.
With the exception of the first Illi-
nois game and the Notre Dame gauge,
both of which barely netted the
guarantee, it is the only game of the
season that paid. The receipts were
abont $800, netting each team about
$400.
Simons to Speak at Chatauqua.
Mr. Chas. Simons, '98, winner of
the University and Northern Ora-
torical League contests last year, and
a member of the victorious central
Debating League team this year, has
had a number of very flattering
offers to speak.
On June thirtieth he is to deliver
his oration before the National Asso-
ciation of Elocutionists at Lake Cha-
tauqua, N. Y. He goes to represent
at that meeting " A Typical Western
College Orator. "
Next January he is to deliver the
graduating address for the Detroit
High School mid-year commence-
ment. Hon. H. D. Estabrook gave
ahe last address on that occasion.
Wonderful Operation.
Dr. Nancrede, assisted by Drs. Darl-
ing and Spitzley, at the University hos-
pital yesterday set out to duplicate the
celebrated operation upon Mrs. Bunce,
when half of her stomach was re-
moved.
Another lady came to the hospital
treubled with cancer of the stomach.
The surgeons waited until the condi-
tions were right, and yesterday an
opening was made in the abdomen.
It was found that the cancer trouble
was located almost entirely at the
commencement of the duodendum (the
first of the small intestines), and that
the trouble practically closed up the
intestines so that the ordinary func-
tion couid not be had.
Instead of removing any part of the
stomach or the passage way leading
therefrom, the surgeons decided to al-
low the afflicted part of the stomach to
remain, but they proceeded to manu-
facture a perfect _ opening from the
stomach. A cut was made in the lower
part of the stomach, and also one in the
intestine at that point where it nat-
uraiiy passed this part, and the two
openings were then grafted together.
Thus an entirely different part of the
stomach is made to perform a function
that nature did not intend should do
so, and a considerable length of the in-
testine that would ordinarily do its
duties is cut off by a short circuit.
Michiganensians reserved for sub-
scribers but one day longer.

I s. m. and w . I

Subscribers to the Hichiganensian
may get their books by leaving names
at bookstores.
CENTURY NOVELTY COMPANY
[INCORPORATED.]
EARL C. AKERS, Manager.
A simple,
accurate and
easi y adjust-
CASH REG-
ISTER or
Game Coun-
ter.
W eI t ornval-
ubeGOLF,
WHIST, or

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Now is the Time

to Save $$$
Owing to the great
Success of our
HU- AN-IC SHOUwrES
for Men. We have decided to discontinue
handling some of our other lines and will
close them out at greatly reduced prices.
These lines include some of the best Men's
Shoes made, they are on the very latest
lasts and we have them in all kinds of
leather, such as black or tan Vici Kid, Rus-
sia Calf or Patent Leather. It will pay you
to look them over.
Wi. C. REINHARDT
21 2 So. Main St. Ann Arbor.

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A SHOOTiG CONTEST, and obviates
the necessity of a score card at a BASE
BALL Game.
Made of Aluminum; weight % oz.
Size of a silver dollar. Will last for
years. U. S. Pat. Feb. 21st, Canada
pending. Sent to any address postpaid,
upon receipt of RICE, est.
To students wishing a quick-selling
and useful novelty, to handle during
their vacation, this would provea money-
maker. Write for terms and prices.
Mf'd by
The CENTURY NOVELTY CO.,
Box 1014, Port Huron, Mich.
ANDALL,
State Phone 144.
Intercollcatoe
Burcau of
flGadelllIG
Costumeo.
GOTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBANY, N.Y.
Caps, Gowns, and Hoods made to order
and rented. Also Class Canes, Class
Hats and Caps, Class College
Pins. Address
W. C. KERN, Western Mngr..,
Haskeusi nnso Uiv ofC lhcago.
F OR BICYCLE REPAIRING
AND SUNDRIES GO TO
Wm.J. W ENGER
HIGH GRADE WORK.
106 N. FOURTH AVENUE.
ABOUT RIGHT.
A corntry road that is smooth and hard
A cloudless sky and atandem fleet,
With s peetty gifoe a pc-dalisg pard,
Io asconbinatio that's hard to heat.
We rent tandems at the following rates:
Per hour, 35c for 1st hour; 20c per
hour thereafter.
Forenoon, 7 to12................. 75c
Afternoon, 12:30 to 6 .......... 75c
Evening, 6:30 to 11.............. 75c
Afternoon and Evening...........$1 25
F ll day........................... 1 5
M. Staebler's Bicycle Emporium
ea W. Washington St., Phones, No. 5,

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FRESH3-
Strawberry
AND
Pineapple r1h I S
For a iUMMER1 CRUISE take the
COAST LINE to MA CKINAC
NEW STEEL The treatest Perfection
PASSENGER s- et attained in BoatiCan-
STEAMERS.-.struction: Luxurious ..
SPEED, --. Equipment, Artistic Fur-
CO MFORT ., nishing, Decoration and
AND SAFETY. Efficient Service.
To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
No other Line offers a Panorama of 960 miles of equal variety and interest.
Faur Trips per Week Between ay and Ni tService not ween
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac E a DEITRTOIT AND CLEV[LAND
SNight etween are, $1 .50 Each.Direetion
PETOSKEY, "THE SoO," MARgUETTE Cleelad ert, I $1. Stateoom, $1.15.
AND DULUTH.mv a , ectionaesaen a Clevelandwith
LOWnRATE cresrque aknac..andPut -in -Bay fariest Trainsra 1expo.i,.ns a,South
Re nclud~.tig Mealasr arh. A~pproxi. and Toledo. and outhwesrt, and Detribtforall pints
Senda.(orNIllustratedoPamophet. Addes, ' h
A. A. nsCHANTZ. G. P. A., DETT, OIiMICH . Den! lhltrNeeds1llflt hhltlBtRlO8
f your Bicycle Needs GHA IN BR~O8.
New State 'Phone 397
TO BE R EPAIRED, No. 113 East Liberty St.
Manufacturers of Dental Instruments
Go to BIER M A N'SJ Spc and Pine Machinery.
G v Special Attention given to Bicycle Repairing
W. Washington. A Full Line of Bicycle Sundries in Stock.
Manufacturer of ICE-CREAM.
Special attention given to Socials,
M acW h ite Societies and Picnics, on Short Notice.
Quality and Prices Guaranteed.
Both Phones. 110 South Main St., Ann Arbor, Mich.

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