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VOL. VII. No. 167.

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1897. FouR PAGES-3 CENTS.

VVI jL DE MAY aT
Received a full line of Novel-
ties for Spring Suits
and Trouserings 7
1897
NO, 2 E. WASHINGTON ST. EAR MAIN.
S Lowney's and Plows' Cho- 1~
$colates either in bulk or
poond and half pound
Packages, strictly fresh, 60f
0 Cents a pounid
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
1 46 S. STATE ST. $
We take care to buy only
such SHOES as are well
made, of good, honest leather
- easy and comfortable, yet
stylish, neat flitting and ser-
viceable so that they make a
lasting friend of the buyer. BRLNJ
_______________ir. Berthald as Lohengrin moret
there i in his ecopuiriets the a
J PRI Lfuture. His voice is a pre tenor, ag
7ensemble demnandts. His ennciatioin
3 WASHINGTON ST., ANN ARBOR. que he appeared in the role to exc
Nov. 20, 189.
No B cyceGorme nds in a Row.
No B cn't lete girbt-o rttc Ito3
0w a p tnociimeboewenttetowit-and
a (liii . iioiblrideciioof tIc ainh- ;A,
S tr eighth inning, le d(tieith titi
®DAK V Snow, of the Detroitai, in reed
specl have Cameras that are °0wistht a batted bliltands iilicc t-.bt
specially adapted for bicy- ii. Snow dened tt h leha tobcel
n lers at $.00 to $25.00. $8.00 the bral aid the Detroios bckdt
S will get a good oni. Ask iiis up sil qit tir gon. 'The it-
n for Catalogos. 0pire gave the game to Aiiu Arbor 'y
f x-- - le score of 0 to . 'fTe score et jul
III l IAIMU t) to 9 in Ann Arbor's favor when Shr
ans was called. Del~cit hd twoi
uaaaapaaaagaasaaa o ,ten on bases aid a good cbtance fr
-AT- tying the seers had Snow been aledsaeHncthsrnghwhwih
WAHR'S ROOKD STORE1 they kicked.
Just received another lot of Students Will Shoot.
that fine U. of M. Monoranl Pic samvmn t otann
Paper, the popular shades
BlueandWhit; aso aNew the sdets to organize a gtn cub.
Blueand hite als a Nw 'A t-aclty (inn Clbaleaiy extsts at
Stc.f, h aiosHg the Lniversity but students are not
Grade Correspondence Paper.
Visiting Cards Engraved, and permitted to become nenmbers of i,
PlatePrinting. and for this reason a numer of tle
Most entusiastie guers tave erd
edl to start a studentsgnuceub. Tlaec
W AHR'SQ BOOK STORE is exellsnt material in the Univesiy
Up Town Down Town for a good club, and everybody wtio
. aest. Opposite Court 11mm'
Ann Arbor Main st. jean sliet should get out and try for it.

VAL, STAIRS.

tihau follfill'd the expecttitions, aiid
assurtince ttiat there is more iii his
reeably tinquality, and futly seutl to
nis usiniualty distinct, aiid iii physi-
cllent advanitage-Ciiicago Tribune
A mete tiny foriscgamiiioin « toto
losm eemS tmeheldiinthooni S),l iec-ie
im c itiiheMay listiNcut, wilt be 5Iisi-
ptuew ml unitil someiitiwe' iintime near f-
Wili Leave for Turkey Soon.
ice-;Iulent Amigel reiunedityesterdaly
ior nii5 froii mi-lmimmgtom. where Ibe
hats beeii holdinggrconsuiltion with itie
stile epari~rtmnti ioneiriii ig"=-alt'
Sitiiei So 'T'irkey. Tie Turkish
si itatinwastihlorotughuly disemsseil
withthieit state auithoities. Dr. An-
gills apipoitint is for fotir years
anioit ifs5quits proi-Sile Shat litswitS
resign the Presidency of tiTis Unver-
sity at tie-close of one yeai'aiid cout-
Siteshis ters as esoiboosailor. Ile tt-Il
ti-ave Aim Arbor mbout June 10, as
thm aufthorities desirs hiii to retilti
Turkey as soon as isossible.
Engineering :Society Officers.
At Sue list mcrtiiig of tire nginer-
ing Society, the following officers rn'
e lec~ted for the eu-suing hatf yet-,
][resident, i1. B. Merrick; vice pesi-
dlent, C. W. Whitney., treasurer, Fi.'J.
Wilbur; recording secreUtry, W.
Schiwartz; lib-iam-San, R. L. Gordon, an-d
registrar, 0. k. Leland.

GLEE CLUB CONCERT
Will Be Given in Ann Arbor-
Members of the Clubs.
The U'iversity Gles, Batijo mnd
Mattndolin ctu"i itt tlgie acocet in
Ltmltersity IHalS oi dne . Te cec-
cmiivteecomtmite of tems mica ettbs
Icido rita t a rciniteeting Slt a-
mucti as the clubs will not tatke Heir
cegultar sprtmng-tript this 3-i-r, ti coet
woulit hrg-rn in Atn Atibor. Man-
ogere"Stirt-is ttt mdte rangmeots
Sby wh-ichitheiticceedsoater to tbc d'-
cviddeit-eo te woimin', mno
sisiii ttFun oanS te Aleuteic- Acec -Ut
tiioi.
Tie Srograim of tir. concert hs sioi
irs ein iciitety arratngedtas yet. bstt
witl be at or~rsl etcttsmt ote. Te
rustshliterbett reisseotung regtuttry
sier1.1e0tbgiotig of tte year ntl
wittiout doub~t wilt teiniifins fomii by
inse . 'T'he conmcet loiilrects-
the strongest sutpport of thi stcieetm
body,00otity cii accountilof the oe.
fl to te Wiomen'csGymnsaiusmtatti
lie Ai'tite- Asscitian. tbst at-sotos-
sit-itthue taprcitoniof the'lmdents
fr te witingessttwiisthichteSt
micaclubits hatvie titwtys lit tiei
tltS to dife'rint college aftir; ch utt as
tie WaVi tcssgtoiis Birtdaiy celcricin-
SitS,;teOrtlciorictal Coitet aithein
"Smtoker."
'flit- emertiticoof tlistsyr-rsc-bbs
tic as tsfollowts:
GLE itCLUSB.
First Tetor--tP: R. Furlong. II. D.
Wotod. A. 1.-. Webster, W. G. Lao.
Second Tenoom-W. A. McKee-,i. II
Sutso, C. J. Dovel, W, W. 'atcusii.
First 1as-C. H. Petase, J. S. Sy-
itinds. 1. P. Treadtwaiy, T. It. wood-
ross.
Second Bass--P-. C. Worle, stolot;
ttosiie (Grio, . 1. Motter, L. D.icr-
Sir.
BANiJhGLUtB.
Manlins-J. S. Peatt,,lade:
A. B. GroeShieck.
Bdmijeatmrimoes-R-. b. I phm, . I.
Steinubaier, f. I. Paser, I, B.
Thompson.
Bianjos-Wi. B. Rich, W. Cooter, C.
C. Adams.
Guitars-A. H. toneian, H. T.
Gritswold, C-bas. Weh-ie, aul Oier.
Druma-D. H. Wagr.
'Clo-W. C. Boynton.
MANDOLIN CLUB.
Mandois-. Hr. Sandart, ltiidir;
J. C. Blai, F. St. Doi-r, W. .. Soi,
A. B. Groesbeek.Q L.. Bal, C. L.
G roesbeek.
(Sitrs-H. T Ci'old, C. P'. Sten-
tiauter, Pasul Oiver , A. H. Stoneman,
Chmas. Wehrle.
Fints--Alien Loonmis.
CePilo--W'. C. Boynton
Informal Field Day Thurs-
dlay at 4:15. Everybody come.

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