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VoL. VIII. No. 168.. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 1311898 PRICE--3 CENTe.
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At Wild's
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our......
Suitings, Trouserings,
Top-Coats.
0, 108 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN
Palmer's Pharmacy
. IS NOW------
Wilder's Pharmacy
The store is undergoing a
thorough renovation, and
the stock is being sorted
and increased. Presrip-
tions a specialty.
Geo. P. Wilder.
PIPE SALE!T
FOR THE NXT WEEK.
Just received a fresh supply of Allegretti, and
55lamasand WernersChocolaes. Largest line
in thecity
Lunches a all hours.
R. .JOL1LY& co.
a0s South Sate Street.
There is
No disappointmet in our
Soda Water. There is
plenty of coldness and
satisfaction. Have you
noticed that even on cool
days, people often have
to wait their turn? They
don't do that at any other
fountal. Ou sod
water is right.
Sc
CALKINS' PHARMACY-
3OOKST ORE.
A good Base Ball and Bat is just
the thing to develope your
muscles.
We have every varity from 5c
to $1.25.
Sporting Goods of all kinds.
Base Ball Suits made to order.
Prices are right.
W AHR'S BOOK STORE
Up Town Down Town
S. Stats St. Opposite CourtHouse
Ann Arbor Main st.

RECORDS SMASHED,
The Handicap Meet Yesterday a
Grand Success.
The handicap meet held to get a line
on the candidates came off yesterday
afternoon. The events were all closely
contested and the results generally
good, especially in the sprints. Hayes
smashed the University record in the
880 yard, run, reducing the record from
2:08 3-5 to 2:07 2-5. The time made by
Thomas in the 220 yard dash, 22 sec-
onds, also came perilously near the col-
lege record. Some of the candidates
showed up extremely well, among
whom may be mentioned Westphal,
Casy and Russel The results:
100 vard dash-(tirst heat)-Westphal
(2 yards) won, Thomas (scratch) sec-

Class Team Schedule.
Following is the schedule of the first
round of the inter-class games:
'00 Law vs '00 Lit, Wednesday, May
18 4:15 p. m.
'9 Law vs. '99 Law, Thursday, May
19, 4:15 p. m.
High School vs. '00 Dent, Friday, May
20, 4:15 p. m.
'98 Lit vs. '00 Medic, Saturday, May
21, 9 a. m.
'01 Medic vs. '99 Lit, Saturday, Stay
25,12p. m.
'01 draws a bye.
Managers are required by the rules
published in the Daily of Wednesday
to send to me a list of their players to
be published in the Daly at least four
days before their games. All protests
must be sent to m1 in writing two days
before the particular gan: .11 games
will be played on the nth:. sield.
HAROLD E. EMS :,

ond, Forbes (3 yards) third. Time, 10

As . . Ingr.I

sec. Second heat: Thomson (2 yards)
won, Kettleman (2 yards) second, Pren-
tiss (4 yards) third. Time, 10 2-5 sec.
Final heat: Thomson won, Thomas sec-
ond, Westphal third. Time, 10 sec.
120 yard hurdle-McLean ;(scratch),
won, Webster ,(2 yards) second, Ayres
(3 yards) third. Time, 16-sec.
Three-quarter mile run - Wood
scratch) won, Case (25 yards) second,
Whitcomb (15 yards) third. Time,
3:2332-5.
300 yards run-(no handicaps)-Teet-
zel won, Thomson second, Hatch third.
Time, 35 4-5.
880 yards run-Hayes( scratch) won,
Danforth (25 yards) second, Spaulding
(10 yards) third. Time, 2:07 2-5.
220 yards dash-Thomas (scratch) won,
Westphal (2 yards) second, Kittleman
(4 yards) third. Time, 22 sec.
220 yards hurdles-Hartsburg (10
yards) won, Ayres (3 yards) second,
Webster (scratch) third. Time, 26 4-5.
Three-quarter mile walk-Tryon
(scratch) won, Brookfteld (15 yard) sec-
ond, Woodruff (15 yards) third. Time,
5:38.
High jump--Wrenn (3 in.) won, Rip-
ley and Armstrong (both 2 in.) tied for
second, Flournoy (scratch) third. High-
est jump made by Flourney 5 ft. 6 in.
Putting 16-pound shot-Hodges (4 ft.)
won, Lehr (scratch) second, Jones (2 ft.)
third. Best put was made by Lehr, 38
ft. 5 in.
Running broad jump - McLean
(scratch) won, Russel (scratch) second,
Wrenn (10 in.) third. Best jump was
made by McLean, 21 ft. 4 in.
Hammer throw-Bennett (scratch)
won, Dye (3 ft.) second, Harvey (5 ft.)
third. Best throw made by Bennett,
101 ft. 5 in.
Pole vault-Houghton (12 in.) won,
Adams (scratch) and Baker (8 in.) tied
for second. Best vault made by Ad-
ams, 5 ft. 8 in.
Discus throw--Lehr won, 91 ft. 8 in.;
Bennett, 85 ft., second; Dye, 81 ft. 7 in.,
3 third.

627 S. Thayer Street.
Fraternity Editors Elected.
At a meeting of representatives of
the fraternities and sororities yesterday
afternoon the following editors for next
year's Michiganensian board were elect-
ed: Assistant managing editor, Wm. M.
McKee, Sigma Phi; sorority editor, Miss
Seeley, Delta Gamma; editors, J. C. Os-
borne, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Chas.
Hole, Phi Kappa Psi. There was prac-
tically no opposition to the ticket as
elected. Chas. Delbridge, Sigma Chi,
was the only other candidate in the
field. The sororities have formed among
themselves a scheme of rotation which
will be a means of eliminating all dis-
sention in the future from their part
of the -election. It began with Gamma
Phi Beta on the '98 Michiganensian and
will continue through the rest of the
sororities in the order of their establish-
ment, Delta Gamma being second. The
editors from the literary and engineer-
ing departments have now been elected
and it only remains for the senior laws
to elect their representatives, when the
board will be complete.
Will Go To Illinois.
Thomas W. Hughes, of the law de-
partment faculty, has accepted a posi-
tion as instructor in the University of
Illinois law school at an advanced sal-
ary. Mr. Hughes is reported to have
said: "I resigned here because of the
low salary paid and accepted the po-
sition in Ilinsis because of the brilliant
p:3spects of that University. The coan-
mendable liberality of the Illinois leg-
islature in making abundant appropri-
ations for their university forms a
striking contrast to the close-fisted pol-
icy of our law makers, and the remark-
able progress it has made during the
past four years under the management
of its president, Dr. A. S. Draper, prom-
ises to make it the greatest state uni-
versity of the west."

LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
First May Festival Concert a
Brilliant Success.
Every seat in University Hall was
filled last night and standing room wis
at a premium. The occasion was the
first concert in the May Festval series,
the "Manzoni" Requiem, by G. Verdi,
being presented. The concert was in
every way a success. The Choral
Union made a briliant spectacle on the
stage, and the nall, with its electric
lights and new sea', presented a much
more beautiful appearance than i did
last year.
The concert itself was excellent. The
soloists fulfilled the fondest hopes of
even the most critical auditor, while
the orchestra and the Cheral Union
showed a marked improsement over
last year. Miss Stein was the star of
the evening. Her voice was peculiarly
sympathetic and rich and fall. Del
Puente has a rich resonant baritone
voice, and is fully equal to, if not better
than, Campanari, who was first sched-
uled to be here. The Choral Union dis-
tinguished themselves and did justice
to Prof. Stanley's hard labors, es-
pecially were they fine in "Sanctus."
The quartet in the fifth number on the
program was especially line and re-
ceived vociferous applause.
Miss Stein's work in the sixth num-
ber was something wonderful and toos
the house by storm.
Take it all in all, the concert was one
of the best ever heard is Ann Arbor
and augurs well for the success of this
year's May Festival. The concert fol-
lowss
Soloists-Mrs. Jennie Patrick Walker,
soprano; Miss Gertrude May Stein, con-
tralto; Mr. Wm. H. Rieger, tenor; Sig-
nor Giuseppe Del Puente, baritone;
the Choral Union, 300 voices; Boston
Festival Orchestra. Albert A. Stanley,
Conductor.
Requiem e Kyrie, Soprano, Mezzo So-
prano, Tenor, Bass and Chous.
Dies Irae... Soli and Chorus
a. "Dies Irae," Chorus. b. "Tuba
Mirum," Chorus.
c. "Liber Scriptus," Mezzo, Soprano
anti Chorus.
d. "Quid Cum Misei,' Soprano,
Mezzo Soprano and Chorus.
e. "Rex Tremendae," Quartet and
Chorus.
f. "Recordare," Soprano and Mezzo
Soprano.
g. "Ingemisco," Tenor solo. h. "Con-
futais," Bass solo.
i. "Lacrymosa," Quartet and Chorus.
"Domine Jesu," ("Oh Lord God")
Offertory.............. Quartet
'Sanctus" ("Hotg") .. for Two Choirs
"Agnus Dei," ("Lamb of God")..
Soprano, Mezzo Soprano and Chorus
"Lux Aeterna" ("Light Eternal")
......Mezzo Soprano, Tenor and Bass
"Libera Me" ("Deliver Me")
............Soprano and Chorus
The '98 Mchiganensian is meeting
with phenomenal success. The second
edition of the book was put o,, sale
yesterday morning and is already near-
ly exhausted.

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