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May 13, 1897 - Image 1

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-05-13

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Received a full line of Novel-
ties for Spring Suits
and Trouserings4
Lowney's and Plows' Cho- fr
# colates either in bulk or
pound and half pound
# Packages, strictly fiesh, 60f
S Cents a pound.
We take care to buy only
such SHOES as are well
made, of good, honest leather
-easy and comfortable, yet t
stylish, neat flitting and ser-
viceable so that they make a
lasting friend of the buyer. C1,



asss~o~wresaaa'®lw ®a~sao aaa EMI L MO L L ENHAU ER, CONDUCTOR.
No B c3 c e Resolutions urea9 Law Moting. Announcement of School of Music.
is Comletei!Tettit2111ittee oh i ltlotis Phe- luUniversity Sehool (' it ML:1ti:
/ % 10it 'tte mass toectitig of thei'.tllIL j jest issued its (d<tlilog icfr 1 ' -117.
o W ithout a 0A"the lttltowig resoltios ttots, wliie ti el rillgthe cong rryear th e vo- i t7
r 0i ere tidopted %e-tloutt a tisoottihg tll tieiti iill be strettglitii-tbit ic hi-
tlrv(ice: ftC-c F.iBailtey. Rvtii3e-ts here ill
0 We have Cameras that are o V iraI.C iti-iatc- I -itil t telatfrelctt-ilt
specallyadated or bc3 D.I «fetitori-wercetihosetn as S. I.. A. Mi1sEIttina Fisher will taketlit-place
d lers at $5,00 to $5.~00.$800 0 deiegrites utpon the disttit -Iest er- ct MJiss IEtatie White. These atic a
o will get a good one. Ask talttiiig that if electiti they wosith enly etegs inttheii personllrof 11w
for Catalogue. 0 iti~Ol't our fellow i lasstitanl, F. P. facutyi. Mr. Gtardneir ltaitesot will oc
_--X _ - illi fot S. L. x. titeie uit lpt:it t on tileaseitv e ot il- -Iujcgtle
f Gily 0 Ii Irilig iat the cattes thlttfirst sewrester. Tefits oteel t i-ttticr-
C ALKINS' -,- PHIARMACY, I hey wouildt1i tt t alcadiitrte. sh1ill t117(0. a slight ineease above last
aseK : a aa a Aiti, 1.
-AT- ~~Whereas, Said Middlesxvart and WetU fM ad
moeda sdlgtsueterWAnwR UUUN ,O IUI1L ti io -vtad votes to defeat F. 1U. Sad- The l". of I. fhand lisa beet-l liMRt-
Just eceie 1 notlic lo of i!itiid gasve as their reasons for suc h citit tatu lively studenit otrganization
ptid~rthe lproinilses efflicroeat aul; 11i a lte ietagooid foot-
thtat flneaU. of M. Monogram thierefore be It lag tiy the plreseitt iticeagecietit. Their
Paper, the popular shadas Rlesolveil, That thilees casos its jtlayittgis becoliiltg a fe.ittt-e :atgall,1
Bloc and' Whit e; also a New coliteltilt for siu-l disgrieeftil broart ollgegn irgA.. e peinnysmi
Stock of the Various High it trust aiid denounc e their actions s ~ l
Grade Correspondence Piper. COesliicale tiolitical treaehery; u ltCort ic fisscest h iid
Visiting C, tids E.ngraved, ad it farther ttoue nIeeygil seiiee
tResolved, Thlat said Mifleswart aindtiay the mleodly, andthle uen thy even
P lat4Pr Iillyu. Weicoe- be requested to seei-er tute'ntritniune.Te"ai
ctya tices -witha his dotarliteet; and be liiirecently purchiasedi as i.rge titlonat
W AHR'S BOOK. STORE.it Still turthier O lwiisi nIpoie ob
Rtesolv ed, "That ;a copy4fnewof thoadse reso-sto e n
Up Town Down Town lotion; be tendered to tile 1.mTilea- of the niost ranliiie t college oi-gan-
S. sate at.. Opposite Court Uoi
Ann Arbor Main oat. I ilty. ivationso'next ye-ar.

Chicago Wins by the Close Score
of4to .
(Speciat to the U. of 3. Daily.
Ciicttgo, Ill., M1ay 13, 8:27 a. i.-
I iiago defeated icign yesterday
le the second gamne of the serieo by
the score of 4 to 1. I bas a ban'tiful
contetO ffrontithte slectatorstpoit f
vien cliii cilObrilliant worhk was
itali, especialtly by HeardtIt seoni.
fHc played great ball, anti his worke
c niet iht uttitchtpatuase.
Mlctr's tpitclihig as a featuire of fie
galei-.the iciigati twirler toling
Chticago downvtofo ive sitgles anit ket-
in these eell scattered.
('itui, for Ciica~go, pteti it gooi
gaethicndlwts fiely sppitorted. ic
aitowyti 7 hits atttla iti the third.
SutterIncite 'a-eaitiftll cateltof
C lark's hatrid drive anti cut of what
looki-i like a winter. The game w-as
ot in tis Imanner:
Inte tirst inintg after Wolff had
little out to flitt, Cauton it safely
te d trocut to secotid on ietrs's single.
At tiis piti lfClark cautghttCiidon
naipilinlg oft seoiid. A ianlent lte hi
witl pitch letill ihItarti from second.
itiler folloiveid with a sinlegibtit Sol-
ivautitnt iiout. iciigati tcli not
,:ore after le firs. although itst tnd
second wtre fileid sveral titmes.
t'iligoO scoredith te first oiildu
erriirs and illi tile fourth on Suliae
erroir. Sawyrstiutit and itpased
bilt anud lastly in the nitith Clark atd
Gar'dner sot-it on a wild pitch. two
hts andu anothler passed tall.
The siore:
M1chigan ...t.o 0 ii (10Io 0 0oi--
Cicago ..-.1 0 I0 1 0 0 (10 0--d
Philosophicai Society.
At tiestudentsiieetiiig of tilt- Cliii-
sotlitital Soiety lasttniigt Preieut
Sundetland readh a long tn ineestin.
Patter on the tPhilosophy of thpr-
sentative Governenett, tkinggfte ta-u
extremie typs of demnoctacy and moion
areiliyIs seCi forth by Trousseanaid
Hobibs, anld obtaining ile conclsionse
by drawiiig f run act. After ile
readiiig, tile eleton toas hl-d, result
lo'g as folloows: U'resili-it. Frre;
vice president, iL.T. Snderliutd see-
ietat-y, WmI. Wherry.
The advisory bone I is the save as
last yeitr, Prfess Trs Weiiey, Ithem
dale aiid Scott. tCio- board owere re-
quested to claner w-ithth(le offices las
to whlat caiiges cight be necessary
in the constitution.
Informal Field Day Thlurs-
day at 4:15. Everybody come.

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