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VOL. VII. No. 188. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1897. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

W 1 L)NEW RECORDS MADE. ond; J. A. Thomas, Milchigan, third;
time, 0:10. Final heat: Maybutry,
ist, Burroughs, second; Potter, third;
Michio-an Second to Wisconsin s time 0:09 4-5. Best previons W.'. A.
Received a full line of Novel- isti . .A A. A. e record, held by J. V. Crum, 01 :10 .
ties for Spring Suits Fisin .I.AA..Met One msie walk-F. S. Bunnell, -Miss-
nsosaa fhsst; J. 1K. 'Hoaglosid, Iltinois,
and Trouserings The saust inert of the W'estern cInn .Tyn Mciatid
tun otiegia so Amateur Atiletic .Assn- time 7:26 Best previons IV. I. A. A.
18 V cmci.rn at Chiicago Saturday was by A. record, held by Busnnell, 7:31 1-5.
all sldts thc best in its history alit -1.05 ysits hurdles-First heat: J. tR.
NO, 2 E. WASHINGTON ST, NEAR MAIN. ils isitotloc live oft fonr new western RicharsiC. IWisconsin, first; F. H. Cal-
_____________________________iouinChsic-ago, second; F. E. Spalding,
itcli t niotsnis Gscrtinnelth lirdt; timse, 0:1ti. Secosnd
icccsd U1croI ittes this live western rch ta: IR. Arissrong, Grinnell
CIGARS TO BUR1N..... i is:,s woeequastlled.. ,As was expsected 1fist;- M.eteass, AMit-igan. secossd;
Sanid good ones 1too. We I i ist st-itxollte mstdevents and Fietsl iseat. i:hsard:s.
carry all thasleading popsi- il p9, i 5 iii lttosare, haing aitota~ilI~t st; tc-ass , second; Arsistrossg,
l ar brands asad cansausiltltitd; tie,0:15 4-. hest pirevios
your taste. Cigtarettes and W 7 v ~ i-igss csscuescnI. I. A. A. A. recont,isetlt by titiciards
Tobaccos, too. a1ii31). 0:16i2-.
---X----1-itt.weitti wtts coldtandutiitsagree- 4-10 yars srsso-IV. F. Jacson ss takce
j PALMER'S PHARMACY. a1; 1i " i tyrettlrdited helFotest, first'E. T. Fox. Wiseonsins
46 S. STATE ST. wok it the ;' tilt s-it it chiiesbless'settnlt; tR. 1'. -tilts,tIllnosis, thirit;
f ^ ^ it down itei trot-i aittedtsie spsrisnters I timi, 3:51 1-5. WV. I. A. A. A. recorid,.
leadbs lltodgsman,. Stie'lsigan, 0:50.3-5.
s~tt a it dilosbliss tithldsitschtsto I011tc suite iiyele 1r1ce-First het:
VAST AMOUNTS OF MONEY, o ; it osi-rissgof rise rerordts. tt. Ttsylsr, Iliseonsiss, first;C.'
yasrdts tltsht waswon by" 5tlz Uitetti ecnd Care
have been spent by te au ~~~ ~ y f sosn ae thein ti sinu. Bae r;ti e2t;2C.tSes-
facturers of these ,stylish Shoes . and iiiXtstssishiletateus ttte ihr n iser, 22t) See,
to bring lteir work op to Itse (twt itt- iin134-5 secottds. Pnhofosttit tegsTunr icsa,
n fitst; I,. B. Jotnes, \Misunesota, seconid;
present Ihigh state of perfections GSinel, tc oh.atlts madthc isssamte B. EI.BushMielsigan. thsirtd; timte,
and elegance-ansd with all tliss tithein51 1.1tilev, wass silt, tastdtwas "5: 4 5,Finsalsteal: tBushtsfirst; Ttsy.
expesaditure of dollars cosse ctl:littIit ittoiwithdlrtaw after itis tire- hr., sectissd; Turner, tirdl; time,
lower prices thass ever. liii. ittt sthtt. 2:3 1-. ttslist asnt Jones fell iss first
e- iid.of lliseoutsis, wathte 120 Iatteit ott fntalisetat, whicht was ot15
it wtushurtlsrinthelstitigetof M-is-witintissielimssit. Isslin also tell
L (°ud, ad as ardpuhedby sotaginitsntssecossit tttessttt. IV. t. A. A.,
etit"1) wo ae secondst only ts yard rA.c rdut heldi by Busrton, Minnesolta,
13 WASHINGTON ST., ANN ARBOR. Itttdtlate rait as5c-2.
,r :1 isli- tilerae tandtgreat creitit is duie Otto inile run--E. Copielandl. Wiscou-
Ik stie tiais still sltif'ansosre frostm is is;..B ~oI ttIiat e
0 Cihiifrttllsssltintedit : te'Varsity 'track 1 .Flos liuiittrt
00 a otant;J.LFelwGinltrd
v V a.ttt . cc tiste, 4:318 2-5. WV. I. A. A. A. recordt,
00 liiit tt tenineteytti-rate she Sti-i hueldt'in-CCracin. Like Forest. 4.33.
;u ttiss ~te iersitr 220 ytarcds rtun-J. ft. Sisybtiry, I1"is-
sosutsg it sfis ast h rri t-it, first; C. IL. Busrrousghs, Chsicagot,
0 UIL I si ittttss~tue froterand c-osd; C. T. Stevenson, Mlinnesota.
0 B. t 1 S 1M~m. iiet a ethir~d; time, 0:212-5. Best lprevious
etass dontleant uito10use I a,0:21 4-5.
c hn dw os't Coil l0tsciiisitt. X'iodcometnc-edtlis2- 0yttrds lows-tisrcles-Firot beat.:
ItesctilFnsItit io: tt' yttittet~ardts smore A. Ertestlein, Iriscosisin, first; titte,
touned ft puicotitl ithave witit te wats sichithe (Continued on IThirsdPage.)
drugs Sty earefnl, arcu 0 ftrcslir t-c thse fisishi. Tue time otis
s ate pharmiacists wtth3o .5 Everybody Comet
0~~~~~~~ tndaantstsis 311ttty tigaint. wottit inte 2:20-
00 Ye anlatysottiyot it s datsht maukinsg ttte distaitce in A mtass smeeting twill beheltediottthe
0 ltesrecitlies. a2 sc-s nwwrd'-eod
0At2tc ttl se oll eod cairtius near tite gymnatsitm tonight
0 l s l its c itttth tistte 0taantat Soslock to develop entthtsiasmn for
0 AKI5'- :- PsAR ACY. : aly t~measnred off, hut tisewinhl Cle~oMcigngaetmro
________®___________________________________ it it ilt tsssett by-tite judtgee. afternoosn. This 'rally n-ill be undes
-AT Hi ii stilt(itt. of lVisessist, tdefeated tthe-as pices of file Atletic Aooocia-
tlits t byIsss ti at yardt-in te 220 tIbm anB is stire to be a roneer.
W BOK ST yrE. rits low hurdles in 26t 3-5 seconds. 'The tiniversity Band u-ill bethr
'I ir's. fWisconsin.wastird.

I

ONE OF THE BEST.
Annual Concert by Msical
Clubs a Big Success.
A large audience uao pesen at thie
flee, 'Banjo and .Aatdolin Clubs con-
es-t in University Hal, last Satrtay
evening. Tue coscert was one of the
test ever given by itenmnsic-tl lubs.
The proramtt uas an excellent one tnd
wats wet-l resiceresd fromt beginning to
cnt.. The audience was ethtsiastic
asicd every num'ber on the progra as a
hicasilyencored.
The 'hit Of te eveningivwas mde
by Mc. S Motter with his sng, "O'ttaf-
fertys Ligiht tnssars." r. Sttter
hts a ttpo-effultbass s-alec which the
comic tuish sang cdiplayed to advant-
tige. liar an encase ie stng "Down in
A-on Atbr Taun,' the wans at which
wvere aritten by- Mr. Artiur . snith,
'9. SMr. 3Statler tand hisifunny sng
shiould be a fixture in all ftussre glee
club ecsterts.
Air. Peaseang te beautiful sng
'tttcli,' in hia usual faultless
manner. For tan encore h sasg
'Beauty's Eyes." He uas acceupai-
led by Mir. Ethel. -SMr. Pesesevoie
in very icht and clear in tase, and
strong in resnant qualiy.
TisetUnivrsity atfSichigan Qurtet
rcndered "Aunie Laur-e" and was
ctcitpellest -ha resltondh to an esthsias-
tit- encore by singing "The Teacer
and the Tack.'
The u-rk Of the different clubs is
wetthy of great praise. All of the
inistrumnttal selections were played
with stiltit anti in a mlanner tat show-
ed that the clubs hatt workedtharin i
preptarisig for the conscert. The voices
of tihe nmetmbers of the glee club were
will tbalanced aitch bledtedt perfetly.
The costcert uas also at success fin-
-auihitly. Stlanaeer -sirits ssy thte
qiuie a goad ;um uill be cleredt for
the XWmns (lytitasiusslalotdte
Athlletic Assoeiation, the anuount of
'which te iwill be abe to repat ii a
few- days.
Keep on the Outside.
The chairutan of the committee in
charge of the cycle path would uge
whtelnesa during the next week or
tiw-stIsritle ousitde the sibtile of tie
path as much as ponible in order to
heolp in tile process of pitting. Tis
is a patrt of te wiork f making a
good path eu of dirt, iwhich nothing
can do so well as the bicycle itself.
A heavy roller tefds to press the dirt
ints the ditches ut ;the wheel quick-
ly uakes a hafdruot ver the softest
places.
Michigan vs. Chicago, Tues-
day, at 4:00 o'clock.

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Just receive-d anothor lot, of Ves1oar got second in tile high jump
that fiuo U. of M. Monogram ivitht 5 ft. 90'in.
Paper, tho popular shsades "V']W total niuimber of points far the
iti.lts gun comapetitig fallow's: W~isons-
Blue and White; also a Now sin, 47; SIrtiguin, il);'Minnesota, 14;
Shock of the Various High Cihicago, 13; Stansford, 1t;Ilinaos,31;,
Grado Correspontdence Paper. Laike littreat. 5; Glritisell, 3; DePauw,
Visiting Cards Engrtaved, and 3; Nastliw-esterit, 3.
Plate Printing. lTue summaries followv:
10 yards ruit-trirst heat: J. H.
_ttt -bury, 1Uiscenoin, fir-st; J. I-. tRush,
W AHR'S BOOKOSTOR E 'Giiniell, second; C. L. Burroughs, CIII-
1.95 ,tird; titme, 0:10 1-5. Second
Op Town DonsTswne et .B otr otwsen
S. Sale st. Oppnsite Court HIuet i .PteNrtvsen
Ans Arbor Mlist. ol !Ifi-fl;C. T.Stevenson, *.tinnesota, see-

Is play and short speeches u-ill be
smads by members of the tela and
by other nmen pronminent in atisletis.
An effort is being made to hiave all
u-it will attend the game met on the
canupus tomorrow,.afternon ad
mnarch to the Athletic Fieldt in a body,
jnst ansIthone wvho vent to Detroit
nuaildtled dowa from the D. A. C.
grounst, after the gamae. This Idtea
u-ill 'be further developed at the :meet-
ing tonight. Every student should at-
tend this meeting.

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