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June 29, 1898 - Image 2

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eublished Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
OFFICE: Times building, 329 S Main St.
Telephone (New Sate)189.
J. F. TodMAs '00 L.
O. H. HAss, '00 L.
H. B. SKILLMAN,'98L., Athletics.
E. L. GeiouEn, '11 L G. 0.HUDNsUTT, 1111
T. R. WooDROw, '98 F. EN LoNe t'18.
F. D. EAMAN,'00 R. S. DANFORTH, '98
P. W. JONEs, '99. C. H. LuND, '00 M.
A. 1H. McDOUGALL,'01E.
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office any failure of carriers to deliver paper.
The Comedy Club.
Today at 2:30 the Comedy Club will
present "All the Comforts of Home"
at the opera house. At its performance
in April the club had the largest audi-
ence of the yEar, ,nd today's attend-
ance should exceed the former mark.

land, '95, and R. C. Bourland, '7, of
Peoria, 211.
The Psi Upsilon fraternity gave a
large house party Monday in honor of
departing seniors. Among the more
prominent out-of-town people pros'nt
were: Mesdames F. D. Standish and
C. K. Backus, of Detroit; Ainslee, of
Chicago, and C. A. Rust, of Saginaw;
and the Misses Rust and Davis, of Sag-
iraw, Julia Trowbridge, Edith Henry,
Florence Chamberlain, Elizabeth Clark,
Estelle Armstrong, Myra Plumb, Char-
lotte Nichols, Esther Longyoar, Mar-
garet Faulconer, all of Detroit; the
Misses Ainslee and Hegeler, of Chicago,
Mary Young, of Danville, Ill., tnd Miss
Morris, of Ann Arbor. Among the gen-
tlemen present were: H. Grover Cleve-
land, '93, of St. Louis; Will Mackenzie,
'96, of Austin, Ill.; Phil B. Spear, '95,
of Marquette, and C. A. Rust, of Sagi-
Intercollegiate Tennis.
The western intercollegiate tennis
tournament, held at Chicago, closed
June 20, Chicago University again fin-
ishing first both in singles and doubles.
The 'Varsity representatives, Herrick
and Danforth, reached the semi-finals
in singles, where H. McQuiston. of Chi-
cago, defeated Herrick and Condee won
over Danforth. In doubles they reached
the final round, where the McQuiston
brothers defeated them. In the prelim-
inary rounds the Michigan men were

Our line of Spring Woolens is now complete, embracing all the swell-
est and most exclusive novelties.
Our garments wherever seen will be appreciated andjpronouncedby-
critics as strictly correct.
We respectfully invite your inquiry.
We do only a fine trade.
We carry but one pattern of a novelty in stock.
Garments bearing our label pressed gratis.

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The cast is as follows:
pitted against the Wisconsin represent-
Alfred Hastings, Pettibone's neph- atives, who were defeated with ridicu-
ew ....................... Mr. Weadock lus ease.
Tom McDow, a protege of Alfred's On the first day of the tournament
..............Mr. Page the match in doubles between Herrick
Theodore Bender. Esq., a retired and Danforth and the McQuiston broth-
produce dealer .............Mr. Wagar ers, left over from the Chicago-Michi-
Mr. Egbert Pettibone, a peculiarly gan meet, was played off, Herrick and
jealous man ................Ir. Young Danforth winning. The result leave.
Christopher Dabney, a broken-down the meet a tie, Chicago winning three
music teacher ..............Mr. Pilcher singles and Michigan one single and
Judson Longhorne, a young man of two doubles.
leisure ......................Mr. Stone
Augustus Mc~nath, a friend of Pet-- If you need Biological Supplies Eber-
bach & Son, 112 S. Main st. can furnish
tibone's youth ..........Chas. M. Bush them; also fine forceps, knives, scissors
and section razors specially made for
Victor Smythe, in love with Emily the purpose.
Pettibone ..........................
Bailiff, merely a bailiff..Mr. Metheany IF YOU WANT THE BEST
Thompson, a shoedealer ....IMr. Hayes FRATERNITY STATIONERY
Jcsephine Bender, Mrs. 'Theodore BADGES OR PINS
Bender .................... Miss Clarke Sendto
Evangeline Bender, her daughter..
.......Miss Spencer SMITH, STURGEON & CO.
Rosabelle Pettibone, Pettibone's 237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
second wife .................. Miss Hall Designs andestimatesfurnishedonallwork
of thin ind.
Emily Pettibone, Pettibone's daugh-
ter ......................... Miss Colver
Fifi Oratanski, from the Opera Com-
ique ......................... Miss Bock
Katy, maid at Pettibone's..Miss Holden
Gretchen, Fifi's maid .....Miss Decker
If the former performance of the
club be any criterion today's play will
be presented in a very finished manner.
A Farewell House Party. $34.50
The seniors of Alpha Delta Phi fra- Acm e Bicyc es
ternity were given a fareovell house
party Monday by the under class men. '98 lIODELS-HIGII GRADE.
Among the guests present were: Mr. Same grade as agents sell for $75.
and Mrs. J. G. Pattengill, Mrs. Wheat,
Misses Brown, Clemens, Clarke, Ann We have no agents but sell direct
Arbor; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carson, De- to the rider at manufacturer's prices.
troit; Miss Osborn, of Kalamazoo, and Sent for catalogue.
Miss Euphenia G. Holden, of Chicago; ACME CYCLE CO.,
Walter Mann, '190, Galveston, Texas;
Dan Quirk, '93, Ypsilanti; P. D. Bour- 102 MatrOsf. Elkiarx fnd.

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