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Vot. VIII. No. 137.

ANN ARBOR, AMICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1898

PRICE-3 CENTS.

AtWild's
Spring selections just arrived
from the East Call and
inspect our. ,.

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Suitings, Trouserilgs,t
Top-Coats.
NO. 108 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN
All egretti's ,
Chocolates....
Fresh every week. .
Only in packages--
60c apound. i e
prefer.
PALMERS' PHARMACY.
cOR THLE EXT NVEEE,
Jool rceeiv-ed a fret-;b supplv o leg reti, and
Willihams and Werner's Chocoiates. .Lacieost tine
ie the city..
Luuclies a' clI1 l)ie.
R.. .'10L' Y & C)Q eI
:04 South Stater Street.
I.-A foldig Camera with
plate holder acid carry-
- ing, case3 for $7.00.
Takes a 4x5 picture.
2-A 4x5 Plate Camera for
$5.00. Takes good pic-
ture, too.
GALKINS' PHARMACY,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Textrr Books!I
For every department in the U~ni-
versity. Law and Medical Books a
specialty. We can supply all your
needs for the Second Semester at
lowest prices.
Second-hand Books Bought, Sold
and Exchanged.
Best Linen VWriting Paper 15c and
-25c per pound.
The A. A. Watermnan Solid Gcold Fountain
P~ens fsr $1.2g.
WAHR'B BOOK STORE
UlpTown Down Town
S. State ot. Opposite Oourtlloose
Ann Arbors Main 8t.

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A L QUEN iN. nee for IT. S. sc-clor, th0iLst-ildreal- ! 'Varsity Played Poor Bali.
Asti i "IMAN. ing Lngalls three tone-
LBnt fec- men Leihe nco oomine The tct cot itlaying by the 'Varsity-
- . Burton to Speak lmoro 51ll7 hetiYolj ad to'tc this 0 yerwasthat int yesterda(Iy's0game,
0n as ca resu toy liiCity w0ac enab~led
fight at University Hail. speecho 00 toeister. tition.lie ha iis <th reiig it 5 ~e
brttliat i It it etd ut i it only s osO IttttoIictt o-it Vmolttc t
( hto gr tereras oningtoterst. Hts te-
'te Ii -t. .1t.ti. tttr t t ItC-of nt- to to .1 ieeii Ito the eightinntting' ditI Octll,.but then
to de1 ve tote 11- org lecitutre- in tht' S.L heette got twiltd anttifortedl itt to r uns
L..1A ele:.- 1 iniversity I tt1 ti' lt;tgt0t1o totiumoir-tl cte- tlli bes n- iattto.l Ci thc-tmatte his
"btt is og1tetn it--it t tis 01 iOp 't
titti t'1' ten e ia~c ts.IlIto e-it tt tttt'
Ier Iniel t i t onrv i -ti , n iIp fot y flliigc Itt-it ogoIleisliii tilt lit-ggte-it'owerto)t
-etoog to ii1100 ent~ 1 t-ineittt(ing tittefro. It? i :LettNeat t il tii pr' -It-ott It iii l at' . oCtt
yeat telo Ioiletai Ito ni Irto te t-o o 10,nttrt iiOei iIof.' (111ic ct-ni c ttl e l itt i -in t ge iii tuet
Ithe iasi, o tiltr1111t-observirtot tilt' Ihto
sochyec it o tit -l t lihu ea d+ e t-it. n olot i i iicco f021, .in ) th
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conr cdmy tteae fI e fture o I tStifa~ lbe ste ttt the ~ I 10" Atiltl ~t-t iio 11
any p tt-tilt I tnt-ic--of1elociW oit-bI.
catererFranWillCoPlay Basket Ball. The s--ir-
rathe tYat heha e\et SylE. ~t ..theeuhreeyar.lIetorn)Entoch t! 13 n}6Na4/tc.
essent il c ittsefinOtdeivey-it d asoic lie___- 0 0 )0I 3 <N 0 - t
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! le1n-it.'t-e -xhibtitio'i blllI otint-
I ' culettnd frtends beig adititoil: The
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glitteisra in ile exlotetac ted. irt i do-
t-taislucNi t at-- 0 1,1alt -to-atiia
ilittti--Itititthele -itt et' litats iiloin

lt'etextibitioe. Ioill he a11 lolet tall few telle-sh.Thisototns'att Ii i-iencwitt
------ - - - atnte btw'ieeentreplrese'ntatcitti lt- of the t'aveitlit' takentifrliomcitvit life tot1
coleg c'it'atin 1atlDe PautT mttic- ( soititlie a ntlfreshmntgo-no classesthe lt''0attncit-scondistothe fiI-tiituneitt
Ictty. Alterl1a'i-ng cllege he teit to i-iotte chaetmp~ionsip iof 'theUioeriecty-.Ililtnyea-r'siltha tteuch it totileeti-
I~litinapolIto, Inodhiona, whlore hi tt'udtied The teamlowhtihowinstthis otloeo-ill atittt has tii-nt ln d.
late intthte litc itotte celebraed laCnt!play a gamie coillhlte'N ormanl girls. Alreadtl-hocentire- setice loon at Ali-
of i Gonitl, 1Ileicci& LI tioitl ". IeIstudylo Thie fillticing 0will 1111y in the 10111- r.tulilhavel'ireceietheir citrisin
andilthe examnpile ad nstttolructtttiti c is- ot ti'gymnasitim class:oC apltin, Withotex eaminautioen, Indtext montth
ttngttl-het liawyoers ittedtirhuntfur the t1ltile Otaley;t iol, i┬░9iso Quinhy;t the- junior class owiltl be ire I d it
practice o' ipI profei'on. Se ttling in- prayerstMisseso tMcCormick, ttevenc, samteilecace thetdag'ertt ofr ito t
PincettioIniantut Iheilsoon cit-etl a BotwenhicStiesAndrewsvoLtweneLDun- racericl. If the rcetitenilIltilt iof
'tie pctliceiandl begaitnitot'e tie tiseelti-ter. thief EnAgineer itelletllois c icepltd
as a1 public1 stteaer.tie ri-totaitodintcit n nitatiotto wiii be ittori'ce hdt
Prneo adytreyas n hn Gun Club Holds a Shoot. si ioccn lliioo nl ttt
let - ttilt ittLit hint' I-lwheo tc hn-ihas____
looicil llAt-lit',L~n..oo~eehi- Ltt ITtit' ttoto'rsilo- Get Clubihastooohlttiadviseil Ite lnisoif mec-hianical engiti-
since residted. I cahertaliet. A ntumberio tudclcensneero io such anteeltLio ten- fole anop-
Wh0Iit le . ILutoinhno te-cinii]K-atn- cc-Ittare interested in shotinig nelat!t)itntio, as a commIsio~ in the cc-
cashin hsban ee iia-bidlyho' ithe frotnothegn d i h t'cth il ~bgiseirite-n epartmeiit if the navist
andl 11100 bi commconicconenitioccuiesatn SiuthilState street last h'atui-day -af- ice iof thehest posciitins niynoung eii-
thi' place which Johie J.h:Igalls o oilong t ct u hh ieioii.Auttgtnu ccoutldilhope toe. Hete houtght that
hternoonifotrsaheirifirst shoot.ao inoth
thvedotn'Kstisacetolovtics.iHecwatstututallthe sentinrswoiuldistande a goodhai-nie
legislaturee Lu '82, '84 tied '18. Het'woo inte'xmtosas the ire'orksoi
til rengecci Lederif hatund icjoinedl the club. O.liractice htioo'as ntic,1 ter-o-l a
thereogizd eadr f ha bdy i held anti fati-crs were made. AL- lahrgely ecorrespondsiedliito at reqieiredl
the lastltwosesonof cisisereve liuiePice ceae Uhns ad' lsbIy the tory department.
Iili - jhighiest average-i. Alter the shoeot <Z Alsoi Crtf. Cootley, as chief etigineer-
with Senator Peffer which attracted buiesietngwshldadeler offiher if the Michigani taval re-
estisidst-absemeatini'.ainh'ld hed oaficers
conideabl noice In'92he as om-wet-c elected. Lloyd Sheliard was rhos- servee has beets instructedi to -recruit
inaed or ongess an cu a ajoityen captain and George C'hastler was the engineeritng corps is its fall limit.
of 9,ees against hire down tntliesce- He has already received sisoe applica-
dade secretary. Mo-C enthusiasm ovas intoo hr r omsHt
ieeI- etoatr H elndac-shown and the success of the club is inoon, .'97,atnd F. A. !intch, '98.
nomination in '94nAnd stood for the It.asue,'odcmstthEniergd-
It is the intentiesntif thenimeers sr omstoth ngnernote
S. senate. 'rhe race for Ihe sentor-- partnment ef the Uiniversity that Joseph
shi atfirt sowe Mr Butonclerlyheld a shsoitting tentest the latter port Ripley, a graduate of the class et '7e
shi athir sowe t~e. un lerly i tMay, at which a team ef taur men in civil engineering, has been apsoint-
in the lead. His pritncipal oppnent will he chosen to represent Michigan in ed Is the. superintendency ot the locks
coos J J. tngalls. Foe several ┬░ballots inltercollegi~le shoots. The club is cu- at the Sos, to succeed E. V. Wheeler,
Mr. Bourtin was within two votes ohftier the direct control ot the Athletic et '67, who is now chief, engineer oftihe
election. Al the last moment Lucien Association, and the shout will .be con- Nicaragua Canal.
Bale, adar hore, ppered nd artrailed by lbs associalion. Any sltdent
Balr, drk ore, ppare ad cr-in the University may become a meeit- Athletic association election. Sat-.
ried acvay the prize.Lest January Mr. ber of the 'club by gloving his tome to, urday." April 9, at 1130 p. in., . ins
lBarton 'as the republican caucusecoin- the secretaryy(or to thie captain, I Room C. U. H.

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