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VOL. VII. No. 186. ANN ARBOR1, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1891'. Founs PAGES-3 CENTS.

WILD
Received a full line of Novel-
ties for Spring Suits
and Trouserings
1897
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST, NEAR MAIN,
CIGARS TO BUR-..** $
S and good ones too. We
carry all the leading popu-0
lar brands and can suit
your taste. Cigarettes and
Tobacces, too.
P ALMER'S PHARMACY.
46 S. STATE ST.
IHigh Shoes and Leoins for
wheolinen and wheoelwomen At
prices lower than they really
onghit to lie-qnalities and
styles unsnrpassed.
W'. J. ArPRILL,
13 WASHINGTON ST., ANN ARBOR.
STANLEY -PLATES

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UNI\[EIFSIT\[ TUS1OAL COLUBS.

50C A DOZEN,
In case lots of 24 dozen,
-40 cents a dozen. A
great many of the ama-
teurs are using them and
are satisfied with them.

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Concert Tomnorrow Night.
All aal au enits haree 0, ('.Clii1-
Ilt tel.'fir thle conceit to he egiven liy
the 'lx1t1sity iluscatleclbs titio', er
cevruing at University t1'tU. 1,4viy
indication totls to is lerge auilienie
and ais teistexceliittlyrndered 1t'ii
Sgrain.'Te clutis have tieen iarid at
ptractice titis xveek Putting On i tin-
'Jill-tuchies. 'the (lihe Club hta,
li en sailer the etlicient direction at
Prof. Ketipt.
The progteittt will be as prtinted in
AWidtiesdety's Datly. It is in entirety
ttntv titdonim, as lioixe of ttte tmuitc
hats evreenectrenderetd before lby the
tittit, exceit, of couirse, lte old Mci
g Mic-;(alsotigs, "Yellow tani Blue"tald
"'Aitnt'Arbor." The song "Here's to
''Tast to tolid \ichiganl, one of the
tiuetiitrs on the irograln, is a news
Mliciigea songo,taitt all who thase
9tectrd it sep thalt it to well wtorthy of
a tlace ins-Michigan's sorig book.
Thte patronssoes of the coucert will
lie Mfedaiales Augell, aHutchins, Nan-
creede, Knowltoin, Cooley, Pattengill,
Loitlia rd, Dock, Stanley, Mosher, 'Mc-
tauglin, Seigbard, Campbell1 and
Pitterson"
Tickets can be purchased from inem-
bet's of the clubs, of the Athletic As-
sovcea-tion, of rte Woman's Gymunasiuma
Funds Commtitttee, or at Sheehtan's
botok store.
The cotneert will be given for the
benefit of the Wonman's Glymnasium
1'nnd and time Athletic Association.
The CT. of M. Toastmasters' Clutb
u'ill hold a banquet at Whitmore Lake
a week from tomorrow night.

Off for Chicago.
di it ilit'ns re'tcSettit-es at the
Wi-~seu i i t'ei'ollcg-iaie 1AttetineAiim-
iii 11Assocititionti l-k tixieldunit mc
toib telit Cth'Iica go itoorowt- eiti
lix atxi1:55 this attet iootiv,".1_te
1 ictttgtttt Cemntral. Catti eadcetwilt
tie timit'ltrnt.his injirrets not titte-
iijicrvel Ottflicittitty to aracait 1
it. lloweverit, in' will tatccompantyttyhs
til. en. es:ixits Ceaptain l[Icahi. Metit'
igie rHill indl Dr. 1Rethtge' till tilso
gi.The team Nwill lieimiateeuiltof 11i
itieti, eafolios:
''iioa'as, 10til ndut 22(0 yardis dashes;
'fThompision, iluartee-ildle rut; W'ood,
mtile runt; Tlryon, gmile wtak anti lile
realt; MLoeits and Chiubbi, 1201 anti
.20 intos hurdilos; Turner, YTandtut
Btisti, ibicycle ertees; s'ettte iii
tFloutrnoy, high jumitp; 1Iinatt, titoadi
tjlitp; tOliter tutd Lehrx, sot1title.
Theueieititself promtiseso t tix ti
or the tiest in the history of lihe asso-
ciation anti if the work repx'rd Is
thore been dotue in praelite leeyste af-
feetcoxlleges is a citeelon. recorss
still be broken.
Yesterday's Tennis.
There tres but one miatect playedi in
theto entils tournament yesterday,
Wotod winning from 'Davis in the lire-
lintisiary round of the second class
sintgles. The ether snatches scheduled
foe yesterday will be played some
time today. There will also be three
meatches between thighm school champ-
ions "on thse courts, beginning At 2
P. in.

Inter-High School Meet. Zh::
3'ite .Micttigatt Interschotlastic Atli-
li-li meietxwifltiegiti toils:,'at 2
oclock ithiitthe itantis mitesr, wtichi
xviii be pti tyel sithte feaculty courts.
:it 3:30 o'clocke the ibaseball elie be-
tx.rcithile Dciirsit antI AsiaAehetrHigit
Schtools trill be called at thti Athletic
-It'iel. h1' is cleaitmed tut the teanis
are titie evenlymtichted antithe
geamte should be an interestiingsite,
At S o'clock p. it. the inidoor inet
trwill coixtiseneit the Watermuea Gym-
niumtta. The erents till consist of the
ustutldtishtes, lig-itkickitig. xreotliixg,
Thse bicycle races trill be 'held ,iti tie
Feair Gerotunes Saiturdtay morning,' cons-
ittincitig at 9:310. Quarter, half, smile
anid tt-atileraces, besities, atulliei
teademi race trill nteke up thteipro-
The hield and track events comte Sat-
urday afternoon at the Athletic tFielti.
Ins all there are abont 75 entries, reptre-
seiting the Annu Arbor, Detroit, Ad-
rian, Grand Rapids, Jackson atid tan-
sing High Schools.
This is the first lime for thte meet
to be held unuder 'Varsity ausptices
and inaugurates a next era in local
athletics. Everything ptossible lhtts
been done to make the r.:et is success
and this nosy seems is be assured.
The admission for the entire four
events has been placed at 751 reals,
and single admtissions wtill be 215 cents.
Dr. Martin 'will probably spend the
greater ;part of bis year's leave of ab-
sence in the Hawaiian. Islands.

ICALKINS -,- PHARMACY.1
--AT--
WAHR'S BOOK STORE.
Just received another lot of
that fine U. of M. Monogsam
Paper, the popular shades
Blue and White; also a New
Stock of the Various High
Grade Correspondence Paper.
Visiting Cards Engraved, and
Plate Printing.
WAHU'SBOOLSTORE
'Up Town tDown Town
S. Sate at. Opposite Coorst House
Ann~ Arbor Mats Lat.

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