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VOL VII. No. 169. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1897. FouR PAGES-3 CENTS.

Reteived a full line of Novel
ties for Spring Suits
and Trouserings
1897
NO 2 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN.
SWEETS! #
$ Lowney's and Plows Cho-
colates either in bulk or
pound and half p0u(1 0
Packages, strictly fresh, 6O 1
Cents a pound
PALAIER'S PHAR1iKACY.
4S.STATE ST. $
Tasty Tan Ties!
Newest arrived-Ten more cass
of those popular ties which were
made to sel at $3.0, but which
we got at a price of our own
making. All stylts and szes in
this lot, to go at $2.48 a pair.
W. J. APRILL,i
13 WASHINGTON ST., ANNARBOR.
is Complete
Witlhout a
S We have Cameras that are
Q specially adapted for bicyc-
lers at $5.00 to $25.00. $.00 S
s will get a go )d one. Ask
5 for Catalogue.0
0 --
CALKINS'-:- PHARMACY.I
--AT-
WAHR'S BOOKSTORE
Just receive another lot of
that fine U. of M. Monogram
Paper, tho popular shades
Blue and White; also at New
Stock of the Various High
Grade Correspondence Paper.
Visitting Cards Enrved and
PlatePaintin,..
WAHR'S BOOK STORE
Up Town Down Town
S. Sate St. Opposite Court ouse
Ann Arbor ain et. I

MAY FESTIVAL STARZS.

MAY FESTIVAL OPENS.
Soloists and Chorus Fully Equal
to Previous Years.
The futh animal May Festival
opened] auspiciously last night with a
not'ceihitieotio program. Te hal was
fi-ed and the great cthorus presented
iii itmposing tppearancee when it oad
beenintassed on the stage.
1he soostsof te eenng w r:
Sit. 5Fances -Denton Wood, Soprano;
Air. J.1. II.Stenley. tenor; Slice en-
oje -tae Stener, contralto; Sig. (tliii-
eppe C,rtcsnri, henc or; Th Choral
Uniont (3O) voicezs); Boton Felival
Orchest ra (:U1. Sr. L. L. tRenwicik
alttied sorgnit, andi Sir. Lol l Sol-
it ittaitcr antI -t. Albert A. Stanley as
conducittor,.
Tilitrocmilete trogramtifollotws:
PROGtRAMt
Chorus Triomnphalis-Stanley.
Symphonic Poem, "Leo Preludes"-
Liszt.
Aria, "Lend me your aid" ('Queen
of Sheba"), Gounod-Mr. Mc-
Kinley.
Itecit. e Scena from "Donna Condot,"
Meradante-Miss Spencer.
"'rue Sentinel"-hiiler.
Monologue fiom "Falstaff," Verdi-
Sig. Campanari.
Aria, "Ah, Ptria Mia" ("Aida"),
Verdi-Mirs. Wood, (Oboe oli-
gato by Mr. Arthur Trepte).
Overture, 112"-Tschaikowski.
PART 1.'
'Stabat Mater," Rossini - Chorus
Soloists and Orchestra.
iTiesears soloksi t e tIeiual those
of foriier Mtay IFetivals and each oe
tolptivateti he audience ii-tun, all of
thietmbeiiig compeilledto itrecsind to
enicoe. Sig. Canpanari reond~tet
iilli thc ftinoiie',rctt-r 'tng frts
"tCarien.'
'Te "St-bti alaer~,. hiccileosel
the progorttm broitgt out the full posw-
es of the soloiststaiiishoiwede tteltil
iraiiiig oni the patrt ct the chors.
T'odeay' s cnects re to Symphnpiy
conrt t 3 p. ii.. anth ie Camve cn-
tert ct S p. in. Setts for the later
will teplalcied on sle at 3 this miorn.
ing.
Webster Society Program.
Tue Webster Society will present tlit
following programs tonight: Reading.
L. L. Thomas; essay, current polities
of E nglandl, J. T. Lawler; imiproits,
Mlessers. Harrison, O'Leary, ~eff; d-
bate, "tResolved,:'rht extension of our
civil service rules asumaie by tre.
Cleveland should be maintained"
affirmiative, SMr. infrock and i.
Fimeple, 'negative.1S1r. Solecandei r.
T. Tlteupsom.
The '19 class team defected the Hmgl
Sehlols it the air c)u,ls yser.
day 9 toir,,

J. siS , tO1%m" Ii\ii1.ti.
Yesterday's Track Meet. Apprectated by Students.
"i,, iinfiirmtal tlea dtilfietd et hei-junior- ltn class through its
yet.riday atiratedit a very smtitll tutu- 'ctnlt?-eMessrs. tiltinettort,Spttr
once. Thle events is-c' rtu ff ill itiiebalil, Healy-, Iitici, Siereer, F-istc-
gooshapieibut 4tli,' irile itieuie rce i-c ato( Ileier, tresented Dean HIll-
poor. A sitiitiary foitlows: intue withi tie fillowing resolutions yes-
1h00)yards dttsh-tFirseat i. Tlci,eeriloy:
first, EUthel, second, tingtetu'01-5 set'.; l thetiawrltiv of t'-8through their'
second0luott,:tHealid. firsi.,liurt,,r. -s-e- ect'cittee do hereby lhearily con-
outd, time, 14-5scyi.; fnlc, Thlocmas, "mi iteaetiiiiiof thet'Boairdlof the-
UictHIetald, secoicd, lime.,t1) 2-5 sec. :geas i thutit'oseetion tif Prof. Huit-
Th'iree-iquatrter gmilerin-Wooid. irst, insto 1tlilttelionorcafio position of

ItHodgmiani, straitS; tine. 1::30.
Btroatd jnttt--M1ilhinson, first; R~un-
ils, second. Distance, 20 ft. 1Oi.
fltillier throsw-Bennett, first; lHar-
ivey, secoiid. Distance, 97 ft. 1 in.
Shot put---Oliver woii. Diolonee, 135
ft. 2 in.
220 yurds hiurdles--'_AcLean, lirst;
W'ebsier, second. Time, 30 see.
220 yards dash-Thocutas won. Tiiie.
.5see.
One-half nuile run-Kingf. firot; An-
dersoit, secotid. Tpiie, 2:13.
One-quarter mile rutn-He'alil, irs-tI
PBattermau, second. Time, 59 2-5 see.
129 ┬░yards I-hnrdles--3MeLean, first;
Ayres,..sec-oud. Tinie, 17 see..
Dole vault-Dy rn, fisvt Adams, see-
riteS. Height, 9 ft. 2 in.
High jumup- -Verner, firs1; Loud. sec-
ond> EHeight; . 5ft. 7 in.
'Three-quarter nil~esvalk-Woodruiil,
first; PaunI, second. iulie, 0:25.

1),itetitof th"i- ~~z itt-eto _ P Sleii-
Wi' take thiis opportunity to express
out' high appreciation of your services
tinil earnstly hope that youir nesv
ditties -vill not etinpel you to sever
yousr resent close conneerions with
our tepartucemit. W~e further expres
tin, firiii etivietion that yonr long ex-
pierience antd emnient attilitiesildt am-
ply qualify you for your nets'dunties.
We' therefore heartily cougratulat"
you uipon yonr recreit apspointmient.
aznd excpre ss to youj our kindest wishes
for thle sorceess of your adnoinistration.
Th e tmiversiiy of ;Wisconsin will-.ex-
lhtit at te Tennessee .Expooi iosIaa
large collection of plietog.aplis illus-
tratInig scenes in various Separrhnonlts.

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