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May 23, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVEItI1TY OF MICHJIAN DAILY,

Pubished Daily (Snuays excepted) duels,
the ollege year at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
ODriz: Times building, 32 S. Main S
Telephone (New State) 19.
MSANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, O L.
BUSINESS MSANAE
.1. As, 'S L.
EDITORS
, B. SIL5A, '8 L~. Athletics
E. 2. Onlssat, 132 G. D. HUDNuT, '0
T. R. Woonow, '55 F. Rsomassxno, '
F. D. EAMA, '0 R, S. DANORT,1
P. w, JOaNS, '9. C. H. us, '00 M.
A. H. MCDOUALL, '01 E.
The subscription price of the Daily is 91.1
foe the college year, with a regular deliver
before noon each day. Notices, communia
tions, and other matter Intended fos publica
-" tion must be handed is at the Daily office be
foss d p. in., or mailed to the editor before
- p.i., of the day prevous to that on whici
they are expected toapear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daly
Office Meyer's or Sfet's Newtand, o
with busiess Manager. Subribers will con
fee a favor by reporting promptly at ths
office an failure of carriers to deliver paper
Choral Union Dance.
The annual dnce and bnquet of te
Choral Union took place in the Water-
man gymnsium ond women's building
Saturday evening, and was even more
succesful than the firt ff air held lao)
year. The young ladies had charge o1
the catering and furnished a very nice
menu. Prof. Stanley, the director of
the big chorus, and Prof. de Pont,
preident of the Choral Union, made
appropriate spechs, and after a pleas-
ant banquet, the crowd adjourned to
the big gymnasium for the dance. Te
attendance was restricted quite closely
to membero of the chorus, although
the young ladieu (had the privilege of in-
viting a limited number of gentlemen
to escort them, and everybody was
made acquainted with everybody else.
W. L. A. A. Entries.
Weeks, Radman.
Illinois-D. . Enohs, A. . Jackson,
C. . Lawrence, J. G. Appequist, R. T.
Miles, R. W. Mills, H. T Willis.
Purdue-Bent, reen.
Iowa-C. Bow, N. acer, F. Mant,
H. B. Gr, S. Mr othar.
Knox-W. Anderson, C. Farnum.
Minnesota-0. C. Neson, J. L. Fuller,
-C Mayden,
ttichigan-H W. aye, Herman
Danforth, C. T. Teetel, F. A. atch.
Matthew Whittesey, J. C. Spading,
Stuart enson, J B. Wood.
rinnel-Felaws, Lyman, Douglass,
A. isser.
Chicago-. L. White, . B. Smith,
A. L. Barton, L. W Park, J. . Coulter,
F. H. Calhoun, Pugh.
Lake Forest-H. J. Hansen, H. A.
Anderson.
Wisconsin-H. A. Henry, Moseley, J.
C. Stevens, . C. Schneider, E. T. Fox.
ONE MILE RUN.
Wisconsin-H. C. Schneider, J. C. Ste-
vensand H. A. Henry.
Lake Forest-W. J. Rice.
Chicago-S. B. Smith, H.. C. Beers,

. L. Brayton, J. W. Park and J. .
SCoulter.
Grinnel-Fellows, Lyman and Doug-
,glass,
Michigan-J. B. Wood, L. E. Murphy,
W. L. Whitcomb, E. N. Case and H. W.
It Hayes..
Minnesota-R. L. Lamphere, C. Hom
and A. H. Kennedy,
Knox-W. Anderson and B. Keti.
Iowa-Same as 880 yard run.
Purdue-Green.
Illinoi-D. . Enochs, C. . Law-
rrence and J. . Applequist.
98 Northwestern-Pates, Bemis, Ford,
Hanson and Hunter.
129 YARD HURDLE.
Northwestern-Brown, Perry Huster
and Terry.
tIlinois-C. I. IBurleigh and H. C.
ioPorter.
Purdue-Batten.
Iowa-N. H. Hecht, W. J. Freeman,
I . C. Hobb T. E. Alderson and C. Cog-
ywell.
Knox-A. A. reen.
rs Minnesota-F. F. McCarthy, F. Mela
ond Peorge H. St. Clair
Yankton-E. . Lyman.
Michign-J. T. McLean, . a. Web-
ester, N. B. Ayres and F. W. Hartsurg.
rinnel-Fisher, Snyder and Spauld-
.ing.
Chicago-F. H. Calhoun. C. . Herc-
yberger and N. N. Lebolt.
t Lake Forest-J. J. Jackson.
f Wisconsin-P. J. ODea, H. . Sy-F
mour, J. P. Inglis, John Matin and T.E
FW. Tormey.
220 YARD HURDLE. A
Wisconsin-F. Mcowan. P. Fox, P.
J. O'Dea, J. P. Ingli, John Mannd1
T. W. Tormey.
Yankton-A. H. Hyne,
Minnesota-F. F. McCarthy, F. Msela
and George H. St. Clair.w
Knox-A. A. reen and C. A. Finley. it
Iowa-Same as 120 yard hurdle andS
(To e continued.)
DOODD MOATNG up the river. oats
to rent day and evenings at U. of M.
boat house, foot of N. Main st. tf
IF YOU WANT TilE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY
BADGES OR PINS-
endts
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
23B. B39,41 Woodard Ae.. Detroit.
Designs and estmates furnshed on all work
o this kind.
IC Athens= Theatrel
These are some of the atrac-$
tions we have booked for next
year: r Opera Co. $
$Eletrician.
Prisoner of Zenda.
Under the Red Robe. -
Sbi Smith Russel.
Heart of Maryland.$
And many others equally as
good.p
JIs
SUMMER LAW LECTURES
UNYIVRSITY FVIEGIIA.
i~h~smsmr. Jsiliso pts se1.seEnvered
,,peosis rii pslhe ts eginers; cndidts
foza dmssisn to te har; Cson prctitinere
imakisg cyetesstl etestne;eit idrs r
ttoe dm11!tseseiesr eeilss wth s $3)
rveo lmaarpsleielpe.. Fx ssaois11ssd-
dew .0.MfINOE. 5,reta Ohriotterv eVa.

Buying Furnishings
"py Here now is particlarly fascinat-
ing because our stock is remark-
ably fresh.
Negligee Shirts
Scotch Mvadras-$p1.00 anl $1.50.
Thin, cool, stylish and pretty.
Cheviot, Flannel, Silk-$1 0, $1. 50
$2.00 and $2.60.
Underwear
French. Balriggan-drawers rein-
t j +forced, 50c per garment.
Natural Wool-$1. 00 and $1.2.
a i' Hosiery
Everything in Hosiery from the plan
" " to the fancy plaids and stripes-15c,
20c, 2c and 50c.,
for a Siumw V r is -
.take tlet~oast "Line
'EW STEEL Th 6e aesi P. I' se.
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