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VOL. VII. No. 179. ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1897. Foun PAGES-3 CENTS.

VOL. VII. No. 179.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 261 1897.

FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

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Received a full line of Novel-
ties for Spring Suits
and Trouserings
1897
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN,
CIGARS TO BURRt.0#'
and good ones too. We
carry all the leading popu-
lar brands and can suit
your taste. Cigarettes and
Tobaccos, too.
---X--- $
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
46 S. STATE ST.
SHOE BEAUTY9
is seen in every pair in this stock
no matter what the price. The
remarkable feature of the shoes
we sell at the most ordinary
prices is their graceful outlines
and slick finish. The $2.00 shoes
look as pretty as most $3.00 ones.
The $3.00 ones look worth $5.00.
W J. ARILL,
13 WASHINGTON ST., ANN ARBOR.
No Bicycle i
is Complete
SWithout a
KODAK r
We have Cameras that are
specially adapted for bicyc-
lers at $5.00 to $25.00. $8.00
will get a good one. Ask
for Catalogue.
0x - _
CALKINS' - : PHARMACY.
WAHR'S BOOK STORE.
Just received another lot of
that fine U. of M. Monogram
Paper, the popular shades
Blue and White; also a New
Stock of the Various High
Grade Correspondence Paper.
Visiting Cards Engraved, and
Plate Printing.

PLAY GOOD TENNIS.
Herrick Defeats Danforth in an
Interestlin Match.
Three matehes were played yester-
day, two in singles and one in
doubles. In the sesi-finals of singles
Ripley defeated Harvey 6-1, 6-3, and
Herick beart Danforth 7-5, 6-4. The
irst match was marked by the steady
playing of Ripely; he returned all of
Harvey's swift drives by lobbing, and
thus allowed his opponent to beat
himself.
The Danforth-Herrick match was
more interesting. Both played a clean,
fast, neat game, and made many phe-
nomenal returns which elicited round
after round of applause. In the first
set Herrick forced the play and ran
the score up 'to 5-3 before Danfortlh
realized his danger. By good play on
Danforth's part the set was soon -all.
At this point he fell down and Herrick
won the next two games and set.-
The second set opened well for Dan-
forth; the score quickly stood 3-1 in
his favor. Here Herrick braced and
captured the next four games. Dan-
forth won the next; but it was his
last, for Herrick won the necessary
sixth game, set and match. The score
by points shows that in the second
set Herrick won only 36 points to
Danforth's 33. In this set Danforth
made two doubles, the only doubles
made in the match. Score by pointsI
followvs:
Herrick...........4 3 1 4 4 4 2 4 1 3 4 4-38 7
Set
Danforth -.........154111424422 31 5
Herrick...............2440444554-36 6
Set
Danforth-............4614222363-33 4
The only match played in doubles
was in the semi-finals between Gore
and Raymond and Baxter and Me.
Keegan. The former team won rather
easily 6-3, 6-0. 'Matehes scheduled for
tomorrow are: Singles, final round,
Ripley vs. Herrick, 2 p. im.; doubles,
final round, Gore and Raymond vs.
Danforth and Lamb, 4 p. m. Both
these mateies will be three out of
five sets, and will decide the college'
championship.
The dual tennis meet with Chicago'
University next Friday promises to be
the greatest tennis event ever played
on Ann Arbor grounds. The Univer-
sity of Chicago players have won the
Western Intercollegiate tournament
for the past two years, and are con-
sidered the strongest college players
in the West. On the other hand our

tennis than ever before, and feel con-
fident of success.
There viil be six matches, four in
singles and two in doubles. The an-
sual spring tournament which is now
under way will determine our repre-
sentatives. The four best singles
players in Chicago University ill
ineet the four best from Michigau, and
their two best double teams our
coampion double teams.
The usoney expended on tennis by
the Athletic Association this year far
exeseds that expended in former
years. The expenses of the Chicago
players must be defrayed, and there
will be no financial return from the
trip our players Iake to Chicago for
the Western Intercollegiate tourna-
isent. Stor this reason there xill be
ani admission fee of 23 cents charged
to witness the dual meet Friday. An
abundance of seats will be pro, ded
for spectators, both ladies and grtle-
men. Te tennis committee of the
Athletic Asociation expects at least
:100 persons to witness the game.
Memorial Exercises.
Next londlay evening the memorial
exercises will occur in University Hall
at 3 o'clock, under the auspices of the
G. A. R. All students of the Uai-
versity are invited to be present. The
following program has been arranged:
Overture.
Columbian Organ--"Star Spangled Ban-
er5- - -Prof. A. A. Stanley
Devotiosnal.
Scripture and Prayer......Rev. W. L. Tedrow
Introductory Remarks..Com. H. P. Danforth
Music.
America..............Organ and Congregation
Reading.
AbrahamsLincoln at Gettysburg,.......
......................Comrade w. K. Childss
Music.
"Two Fallen Braves-....iss E. A. Campbell
SRainig.
"Good-by Jim,".............Kara E. Harriman
Music.
Song. -......... .....................R. G. G eorge
Address......................M. Adelle H azlett
Music.
"Red, White and Blue,"-.iss C. J. Jacobs
Doxology.
"Praise God from Whom All Blessings
Flow.....t.......Organ and Congregation
Benediction.............Rev. J. T. Sunderland
Faculty Concert Program.
The next Faculty concert occurs on
Thursday evening, May 27, in Uni-
versity hall and is to be an organ re-
cital given by Mr. Llewellyn L. Ren-
wick. Following is the program:
Teerata in F.--.................Bach
a. In Paradisum .............Dubois
b. Marche of the Magi Kings.. Dubois
i. Chant Pastoral....-....... Dubois
Mache Funebre et Chant Seraphique
-Gilmnass
Caslene-.. .. .. .. .. .........Salomne
Ceucertsatz No. 1 in C nar. -Thiele
Among the artists whose pitures
are to be exhibited at the Shakespear-
eau entertainment Friday evening
are Cruikshank, Walter Crane, KuI
and Retzsch.

Athletic Notes
The Phi Kappa Psi and Beta Theta
Pi fraternities played a game of base-
ball Monday afternoon, in which the
Phi Kapps were victorious to the tune
of 15 to 10. The feature of the game
was Vernon's -work behind the bat
and Simmons' fiding.
It is probable that several ^f the
local wrestll- 'asnd gynnasts w0 go
to Ypsilanti Meday night and i-ike
part in the Normal School athletic ex-
hibition.
The Delta Chi's defeated the Alpha
Delta Phi's 19 to 5 at the Athletic
Field last evening.
The Athletic icaid will mt to-
night.
Class Baseball Games.
The following class baseball games
are scheduled:
Thursday, lay 27-'S Lit vs. '98
law.
Mond:ay, lay 31-Ann Arbor High
Sellool vs. '99 'Medie.
The latter game was postponed
from last Saturday, but both games
must be played on the above dates.
Managers of these teams are request-
ed to hand their lists of players to
Manager Atkinson at once. These
class games will be played at the
Athletic Field.
Today'sCame.
Thea 'arsty rtea's ipin x two hours
at practice yesterday aft iOet aitd
wil' be in fair shape to meet illinois
Ibis afternoon. Tue'altea.atai-
rived this morning asi-reI slaIteed
at the Cook Hlouse. 3-:higan's line-
up will be as follows: Lunn, e.; Saw-
yer, p.; Condon, 1 b.; Heard, 2 b.;
Wolff, s s.; Sullivan, 3 b.; Ludlow, I f.;
Sheean, c. f.; Butler, r. f. Gan( will
be called promptly at 4:15 o'clock.
Call to Washington.
President Angell left for Washing-
ton yesterday morning in obedience to
a telegram received from the State
Department. The sumnmons was en-
tirely unexpected and its nature is un-
known. It is rumored that Dr. Angell
wrill be ordered to depart for Turkey
sooner than he epected, probaly
within a feS days.
The School of Music vwil be as busy
as a bee hive for the re.ainder of the
year. With the graduating recitals'
and nine other pupil recitals the in-
structors and students have their
hands full.
Miebigan vs.fllinois at 4:15
p. m. today.

prayers have never before this year
WAHI B BOOK STORE played in intercollegiate events, and
Up To-wnowsn Town it will be a new experience for them.
-. SateBt. Opposite Hor yaosy'
Asa Arbor male at. I Hever, our boys are playing batter

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