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May 05, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-05-05

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qi~y Of Pa ft . Athletic Notes
,L G ,® + yP°The lhards ratice ir'ii the base
ball men sine the spig triplwtsa
Published Dai# (Sundays excepted) dring *at of last ig-lt. The were drilledl
the College ear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN for oer twooubors, epeclal atteliioll
Orrcn~Ties uidin, t S Mle t.bebing given to batting. "Eddie
ten Liberty ad William St. Shields arrived yeserdty aidtssied'
MANAING EDITOR Caeli W'atkins.Jle will enai tlli
J. F. THOMrAS, 91. Satulrday.
F. S. SnioN,'8. Tie fpleasant eat'ersof yeteday~
ATHLETIC EDITOR brtghttet all of (ietrack anlilaes
I. B. S nceMAN,'98I t. tetulthe 'Athletic Fild tepreettedl a
BSINESS IANAGIiOII iey' aileiliance. Te ti-eling table
D. . IIlAN, 't. 1-is een stated at 'retiyem iandIti
EDITORS l-eetre at lreseintisitlnethatter, ie-
E. L. ecsifl.'s L . A. CAtBtIonc., 'te. in . (ceo t-il l rolallee' It
F. A. Fccm, 58 E. A. CAirEL,'0. 'a-
G. D. Beer, o'e, 'V. T. . Wi0Doteno9c, es te t'ii"tb '( 10tarier-al tr. Ollit
BTEvina bit, '00. G.0. in. leetINSe, 'tM. till leae' ld letr.
see '(hi'd"clila tltic iemccib'etweei
-____________________________- Ichignand t 'ite tll ia betu t f-r
The tabecription rlcee ogthe ttiy is 3.0ete 191 l1, t Dci r.iIie er-cub s-ill
for the college year, eith a eguldar delivry tlaecat1oje.noht.te.r-
before nooneaech day. Noties, omminica- -'tetl'c'a ePctstta ieg
ions, and other matter iitetedfor ptblicl- "1111 cliedti-tbebaiie'iill tn cst' caIle'
Lia mst be handed to at the laiiy office be-
foe SdiF: a., or mailed to the eitor before 3 plaey at 3:0 o'lee.h
p. i., of the day prevtos to that oa which
they are epecte'd to atfpear.- -
Sbscripttonst may be left at The Daily Thgrdlt oniteofie( t-
Ofllce, Mee's or Stolet's Neestand, or lt rtret 'iileto it
with Bsitess tManoger. SberierstwtllClitl le& es in tie' ti. I.A. A- A. 'll a
fer a favor by reporting promptly t this
office atyfailre f carriers to deliver poler. C li'lto it lhylit eitaei'l i ntciill-
- aran tigieeIti' [leii' Nile ee'.
'T'e girls of (le soPhlllire eteet
lresliiaii lieis enre dtiertvig of ilee' itit ltamieifieaied iiNiriiwesrsi'i
perisi' it ol cilityc' ttrlills. .A1the t ewlilir 119 by 5'iiscorof II t S. i-t'.;n
ee.i'c ci s l~-a e 'clnafiorI ' NoirhwesterSro lut 1;! in
iluau-Sophieii ra(lck mieet lie aibod. The Largest Line f Bicycles, Sun-
. dries and Supplies at
te annuai oraicle cole f tie M STABLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
NorthrnleeiOraitoerical lLi lae'aitir lar- Teleeone No. . tOtie(oor East of Amei-
log 5'een hldi at el-liofithi' ll -.ili'C
Ann Arior, sr-lreiliil(ivegiri' 1ills cc
ganiceel iiiiliii'firt oi1l)si ti.ell. L
In liii firtl 1 ation-libi'lii1tii li-to9tt '
lt' ntiable 1iii01'orf t1lliiillg lit-i- Ot SUPPLIES
theix ottsel.duinsgolasniit0 tie exi-it4ilnal ht c-0t puintg League Bal. Mits, "tleItse.etc
Mantiager should secndfr stnpeistnd
hat lis ben miinif'etedlhereis irtch-:Ispclairates. Every requisite fr Tennis,
lors; anulthus ea'ir the" tatoiei-Ar-Sitim yiuipments and otfit. Coplete
Caaloge of Srin tnd Stmert' Spois
soclai, iii thei u'ntertim~~l lent ]r fie."Tie Name te Onirinee"
represetaitive-s of liii'ohier i .ili'eis A. G3. SP.ALDIIIG & BRO.,
,Indith(le succiso of flei cotest. tesieS Net-c York, Chicag, Philadelphia
togv a-isc illuitraion of 10 lil erst.
1'or the r'ierainiiettof tlee ollr
rator's teAhlici'Asoctiaioiiles
trilligeil the i'eliaii-scopomor' This space is reserved
eontloti1, riO Ortorical Asbot .itilo. Will for the Grand Opera
tentder teIieanquiiltet in the i teling,
aid the AlphaillNou",mitty tas openedl House.I
lts newly fernishied halIforlt' leaguei
niccipg aid le coitic iiencee (wtile
steri'eeiniii'es. Tie' toccessof ltte ________________________
cnte'st, lowver, can iot lbe so esilt. RETt 'I±TtE ,
accompilished, bPtoInarby the sutp- HOTOrr®= 1 ®P HXE
lort of the enire suidin botdy, tnd it ANNI ARBOR. MICH.1
is aineslyloted that cter1rytdent _________________________
will assist in arousing initirst-hidtit Bicycle Repairing!
tend thils tooth ilillrteut it llerclleg-
Is all branchei netly and porrpty doe
iiaterent. Pric en resonale SundresnatIruth bottom
- prie.
clatin of all candidates for liii '97 W i. J. W enger,
casbaseball talui in Rtooni Ji. Thi- 8 N FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
eectsit a1,at4pm Tusdy t M. MARTIN, Funeral Diecr, Clth
elec a cptai. O andMetalicCanken and Fine Grade
S1. 1. 3ATSI WS S~nag~, Clulns. Embalming a Specialty. N. i7 .
S. M MAfTIIWS.Manacr. Furt ae.

.You're Better ff..
clswita on. nf onr
Titan to pay 818.00 somoevhere elso.
BEB Jut $3.00 saved, clear as a
wehistle. This is anothiei' ni toopnt
with us-swe're dieternmineci to have
thec best litie of$135.00 suits that's
ashowisn oCur city-wve'r'e carefnl of
swhat fabrigs ar"e used, carefuli, very
rereftiof tho edaking. It's too late
- - in the dlay tn maice the argtument thoat
oncan't bn fitted in ready made.
ii - -Conic in and ecnvince, youirself.

Te189(7 BEN-HUR BICYCLES embody more new anod genuine improvemcilcs
ill coinstruction than any ether bicycles now before tlhe public. Neer betore Iace
such tinclient values been effered for the money. Our newr line, consishtliino iht
supierbi modela at $t0, $759 und $12-b for single minnese, aid 4,4150 fur tandetrs,r16uth
liie various eptions offered, is nuch that the most exactig purcheaser can be entirety
Students and Tleachers
can secure pleaso-at and profit-able work introducing one
Public Libraries ...... .
in towns and coutitry and formnig Reading Clobs. Josh
-the work for Students;, Teachers antd Minioters.
We also want a few energetic field manhagere. State age
and experience in book work.
Address Dept. "5s" RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.
nf .QlE samnpie to
anyadduinress Pics'fi
ter pound, 4°net.
Seeto, i New oe
a uddeSih nnr5 tat alien
OO~aocueenhateyne. Io

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