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VOL. VIII. No. 185.



At Wild's*
Spring selections just arrived
from the fast.' Call and
inspect our .
Suitings, Trouserings,
You Can't Afford
To trust yeur prescription
with unskilled drug clerks.
All emplees of eur stere
are graduates anid register-
ed pharmacists. We guar-
antee every' perscription
sent nut from cur store to
be correct.
Geo. P. Wilder.
Keep Cool...
Gott Your [ CE CREAM1 SODA
Summer Beveragesat
Fz. E. JOLLY & Co.
3108 South State Street. '
29th Suamer. July 1toept.l1898. Have proved
especially profitable to beginners; to candidates
for admission to the bae; toeyounegpactitioners
lackingsyteteatic intruction; asd te tlder prac-
titioners deesieg to ctabine rceatietn with a
reiwo l cetrpiaciptee. Forecattetegeesad-
dres R.0. INSeetary, Chaetnttesvie. Va.
#Athens = Theatre
$These are some of the attrac-
tions we have hooked for next
$ Wilbur Opera Co.
$Prisoner of Zenda.
Under the Red Robe.
tol Smith Russel$
Heart of Maryland.$
And many others equally as
Senior Laws
We have in stock a full set of

University Track Team Left This
The members of the 'Varsity trark
!team took their tast prarctitee before
the XW. 1. A. A. A. meet yesterday after-
noon. The work was very tight. With
the exreption of Teetzel alt are to goad
condition. An otd sprain has hero
troubtiog Teeteel for more than a wees,
and baa seriously ioterfered with thi,
traioiog. He has beets out for wcork
the last two at, three days aul.y.
The team left at 6:3 orlocke this
nmorning over the T'. & A. A. and Wa-
hash Rtaisways for Chicago. Alt wree
feeling wvell and wore wchite felt hats
wcith yelloanad blue bands. This is a
new departure, and it is hoped wilt
bring the desired good lucrk.
The noon whoatcomposed the leanm and
she erents in whirh they are entered
1tt yards dash-Westpheal and Thom-
220 yards hurdles-Thomas andi West-
120 yards huerdles-MScLeant and Web-
220 yards hurdles--MtLean attd Web-
f440 yards dash-Teetel and Thtomtt-
880 yards run-Hotch and Htayes.
One mite run-Wouds.
One mite walk-Tryun sod Brookfield.
Bicycle rares-Tutrner, Baldwin and
Spsrua t.
Running bruad jump-McLean, Rus-
sell and Runnels.
Running high jump-Flournoy.
Pete vault-Adams and Baker.
Shot put-Caley.
Discus throw-Caley.
Rammer throwc-Caley.
Trainer Rabethge end Manager


J. Williams, P. P. Wiley, T. P. Sarre,
W. S. Farrant, Ralph H-oagland, . L.
Btrown, A Paulmat; inspector, F. X.
Getrould, S. H-. Bet, C. W. Ducs, Rlphe
Treadwcay, T. 1E. Petit; referee of
oycing, BI. . Raytond; clerkc cf course,
I. J. Wagner; asistont, T. Mi-tati;
scorer, J. F. Turril; assistans, W. E.
NleCornack, J. R. Bradley, C. A.XKRiot-
der, 0.MateVeg; jsdge of waltkitg,
F.IW. XWetworth; marshat, C. Eoe;
starter, Ed Smith.
Pupis' Rectal Tonight.
A puptis' recital cittlte plctiis
evenngotog ott' clocn oF~rtee not at
Basl. This to the first (tf t o oooonece-
mntts cime, f cotcert. 'I're fctow-
tg tpersons owt11 takle Prt: P.O i--s e Craw,
Fists, Wensteto, Bassset; so, o.Mesrs.
Sacks and Ethe. The prgrametfollow.,:
o ala lloim~o........Schutan
Mr. Sacks.
Variaions tobrltteettee...Chopsa
Mliss Craw.
Spiemlied ... ..........(itoft
Miss Fisk.
Valse do Concert, op. 34 .Mloeei-vki
Misc Weinstein.
a Rtomatnze in F0........Schuomanc
1) Scherzo o I C..........Chsopin
Mr. Etbel.
Paratohrase oRigoets..... Liszt
Miss Bassett.
Stands By Maybury
The Atateur Athletic Unin wilt
stand by J. II. Maybry. tR. . Fish-
tur, hirman of the rgistraton coo-
mittee of that body, declared today that
if the Westerns Interclegiate Associa-
ton sustained the charges of profession-
alism -against Wisconsin's sprinter te
cnion wuld at oce declare himt an am-
atesur in good standing.
Mr. Fishbcrn wnt so far as to ay
that in his opinion the trouble or
Maybury and Cochens was the begin-
ning of a death struggle betwveet the
twos organiationso for supremacy nd
the control of amtest athletcs.-Wis-
consin Cardinal.
Alumnae to Visit Ann Arbor.
The Detroit branch of the Intercot-
tegiate Alumnae Asociation will hold
its ping meeting June 4 at the Uni-
versity of Michigan by invitation of the
University autmnae of Ann Arbor. The
morning session will be devoted to bus-
nes. In the afternoon thre will be
an address by Prf. R. Ml. Wenley, in
Tappan Ball, upon the "Ideal Curricu-
lum for a Woman's College. There will
be discussion afterwoards by prominent
members of -the association.

Tennis Tournament Begins.
The preliminaries of the firt clas
singles in the tnnua spring tourna-
ment wilt betoplyed on the camotuso
courts this afteroon. The list ot en-
tries is unusualy a-ge and some very
close contests are aticipetd. It is
almost impossiblet to pis any winneor
aoo the moo are quite eenly mttched,
sand alt are eiualy coofident. Ripley
otd tarsvey, 'who havecebeen rial for
several seasons, woltagain otose earls
other this afternoon. The other maches
williLbe tolayeodbotween Mee antI Woo,
WXarriser stoolDanforthil, antdtBensonos
and Witer.
The drawings resulted as folow
Fis ls igles--Ripey v. IHarey,
Ilec vs. Wood, NWa riner vs. Dancfortl,
Besontvs. VWilier.
tDobloes-Bye, RBlse snd Mle, IDan-
for Lband I-torrickls s. Detnston a odWar-
toot,;tys, IDemoet and Picher and
Hasrey sod XWilter.
Second class snges-Jernegen vs.
Hartman, Crafts c. Cement, Moses vs.
Barry, Nsh c. Wherry, IBeso vs.
Campell, Pitcher vs. EersmatntCols-
idge c. S. Jahn, Lot c. Wariner.
Mhanager Stein has sesred a large
nuomber of attractive pizes, whticilcit
be displayed too Sheehan's windtow.
Last Concert of the Series.
The last faculty concert of the year
was given at night at the School of
AMusic The concert wa sootewohat out
ot the ordinary, two pianos playing in
concert for the first time this year. All
the soloists wre up to their best, AMiso
Bailey's number three being monst ap-
preciated. The toian roncert duet by
Prof. Jonas and Elsa on Grae sas
exceedingly welt play ed. The progranm
Ronoed op. 73 for twoe pianos.. F. Chopin
Elsa von Grave and Aberto Jonas.
a Aes denon Atohn liessr oeine
Lieder............Franz Itoe.
to et Neugierige .......Schubert
cWell ibch wientmas Alin....
...........P. Tschaikoswky
Alice . ailey.
Maorks ..... .......Zarzyci
Berman A. Zeita.
Fantasie op. 11 for tw pianos.....
................Max Brch
Elsa von Grave and Albrt Jonas.
Oracle Board Organizes.
The Freshman Oracle bard mset yes-
terday afternoon and effected an organ-
zatio for the reiing year. Mr. F. E.
Nash, of Pasadena, Ca., was elctd
managing editor. and Arvid C. Bras-
ted, of Ishpeming, busioesemnger.

National Reporters Breakfast wac served the men on the
with Digests train, They wilt orrive in Chicago in
ythe time for lunch, and will matte the Chi-


American Annual cago Beach Motel headquarters.
Digests. The meet witl be held tomorrow after-
noon at the Parkside track. The list
We are agents for these works of officials appointed by the Graduate
them to, STUDENTS cannot ,help Executive Committee in as followo:
but interest you. Cgall and see sofre, F. W. Wentworth; judges of
them, finish, J. H. Patrick, C. A. Themne, C.
P. Root, W. Liginger, J. MacLachlan,
W AHR'S BOOK STORE ft. J. Byrnes; timers, C. C. Hughes,
Up Tows Dews Tewn Julian Bliss, N. B. Van Sieklen, 0. R.
S. State et. Oppoatte flou sseBrtB.M ea;lt
SAnArbor Maini t st. jBret .M a;fed judges, Get.

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