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VOL. VII. No. 190. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1897. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

Received a full line of Novel-
ties for Spring Suits
and Trouserings
1897
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST, NEAR MAIN,
$The Original
Allegretti $
Chocolates$
A~e2 $
0 PALMER'S PHARMACY.
46 S. STATE ST. $
He could mislead almost any
customer as to worth of a pair of
Shoes. Careless Shoemen are
often misled themselves. We
begin with the leather - We
know the makers-We know the
shoes. You can hay here with
your eyes shut and he sure of
your moneys worth.
W. J. APRILL,
13 WASHINGTON ST., ANN ARBOR.
You: Can't0
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Afford . I
r to spend your summer va- 0A
eA cation without a camera,o
0 especially when $5.00 to0
0 $1000 will get a very satis-0
0 factory one. Come and seef
A us about them. CatalogsA
free.0
CALKINS' -:-PHARMACY,

BICYCLE PARADE.
Every Wheelman in Ann Arbor
Will Take Part.
Cine week from ton,!it thostudents
of lhe University and 'the people of
Ann Arzbor will have a chance to see
all t he bicycles anti bicycle riders of
Wasltotaw county in otte long;tpar-
od. The Ann Aritor ('ycle Co. is
tiaitig? arrattgetnents to have an Dal-
tttetse bicyceeplaraide. It will be
forced of all Iteit ycli'rs tielotntgn
to te tolbe itle, Y. M. I'. A., Y. AV.
lOtr~ cle Ctlibs. Eatct club will bte to-
ditto I ti ploce ittCitetiaradle. 'l te lii-
'tory do pirt tient of lie Uttit 'c.ity
Nil lieudivideditot~ four divisihzsitati-
-'irdintig thle classes aatd ttt'bsir

No subscriptions will Pt asked for.
It is absolutely free.
Th ue teittero of itee otutuiltee who
itfave charge of the parade are Dr.
Fitzgerald, Dr. 'Iloslher, and Miessrs.
XiTAlaster, lRichardls aitd Weiteiti.
Tfhey ate woiking hard, to tmoke it a
success, sod certaintly idesere the
heatey stpptort of every -student of lt'
Uttniversity. The arrtangetments will be
puitblishied in the Daily in idettili as
saosit a they are cattipletod.
Law Examinations.
Te exatniit iet, for tike law lcasse~s
its pastel tire to followvs:
First Year Class.
P'eraottal traperty, Jutilt 12, 9 a. in.
.Maritail Ilelatians, Junti 17, ? 11. 01.
tritithititlUrticeedetre, Jutie 78, 2 p. ini.
leri, Jlite ill, 8ua. it.
C'atittnicti Law-lecaditng, June 19, 2

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MICHIGAN DEFEATED.
Yesterday's Game Gives the Series
to Chicago.
'The result of yesterday's gaine gives
Ciclago te series and puts them in
lie leadiug position in the wvestern
'tercollegiate race. Titers was more
and harder hitting in the Rants thin
n tiny of thsChres preceditng, bit
those of Chicago were mars nuinerotuo
and cams in bunches anid Chereiti lies
tse canoe of Michigtin's defeat.
Chicago routne to bitt first. Clnike
it to ale-Mirray, who itode a tie
Ctell, bitt threw wildly to first, Clarke
re'etitig second sithrie throw. 11er-
scehberger sitigled, Clarke scoring aind
tlersctttcrger iteachinig recaotdon the
thriow-in, attd seorit;ig lte on Slart-
net's simile. Aikitison swent ont at
lirst. Gaorinter seared on a Isi--seti
bill aid totsv;rer taok a base sit'ba'lls.
Ile wenit. to seoitid sit-beti's single
antd stts soontaoter rntdowhn iibeltween
third suitdihitme. Verntonireached (first
an a fielder's choice atid Hagey got 'his
base ott balls, balls scoring on Mlerri-
field's twvo-bagger. Clarke lilt for two
btases, scorinig Merrifield, but was run
dotvn later trying to score. Te intn-
ing cetSedwith ta total of svesruns
for Chicago. In the secondl they went
soit in torder on fly batlls. In the thirS
Vi-rntt, tagey and M errifield singled
in successioti after )Abells had idied at
tirst, bringisig in two runs. Fotr
usoe were addedl in the fouthiott
Gatrdiner's Ibree-bagger, singles by

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of i-set'la1"ss itill be 'exlie clilto riie p-lit.
il thteir msrodiiiona. 'ti'le rest of Ilttetiictilmentiy lReal Prioperty, Jttne 21,
Unitversity swill tic divideitolsdirts. 2 Ip. ill.

1(11 to tratllg'to ileparti~ets.
The itljet if 4lit.liarsic is togitve
pt-ogutle sitite idea of the lireentii1itet
if ticytcles ian siAt-tire, atditit o-
oaw t tt'atdittiatid lters it for ;-)ist
rttads initlits ticinity tan lit toillies
1irthle pLiblic the lieu' s.oty ofitt ot-
inlu ch sitroasn. ''l -l(,immeiate Ii'
jet of the paraideiL: to advet-rise tilt
tilcycle pth hichtiebislbetig btilt be-
tisoi-ItAniitArtbor ait -Iiit.nituecLake.
'Te bicyclers ttill itert si the
camptlitt at 7 si-lock i-n tnext Wedat-
tay evein andIC rifle for one litonr
ueerc ousetitit wsill lie ltid o'it
it;ter tilt. This still tbe ittblishted in Che
Doily its full biefore next Wednmesdaiy.
lvtery bicycle ider itt the Univ-er-
sily is receit'teii to taks iarte in thte
tatrade. Thosewto ts otCbelotng Is
-ilt patictiltie-clttb sethbe -gio'a-
pill' in otie of lie dii'stio. lEvery
ri ris riqitesteit to Idecorwte Itis
towheel either withitie colors of his
bicytle clib, if lie belongs to one, or
wthl his class colbes, if he doss not.
Itathi section of te tarade will have
its .yell, and will lie led bty a coin-
malnder chosen by the ectmmittee in
iharge. Buglers tWill accomupany te
elders.
All the faculty bicycle riders and
faculty lttdies as -well will turn ot. A
sptecial itivitation is extended to the
ldies of the University to 'take tpart
in this parade. 'T'hey will haegiv.'t a
lilacs in the division wvithl the 'faculty
laidies. It isq'hoped that every lady in
thea Uiuiverolity who rides a 'wheel will1

I sicletice, Juite 23, 2 1. in.
_Agenvy, Jutne 24, 2 p. ti.
Seconid Year Class. l
Equtity tPleaditag, touns 17, 9 a. im. t
'Partnershipt, Jutie iS, l) a.i. m.
Recal Protierty, Jttne 19, 10 a. 'm.
Doiaes. dune 21. 9 a. i.
Private Corptiratous, tiuse 22, 9 a.
Evidtence, June 2"l, 9 a. it.
B'ailineuls and Carriers, June 24, 9
'Tirdl Year Class.
Private InterniationlalfLaow, Jutte 12.
9 t., to.
liuity Jutrispreudenuce, Junte 18, '1as
Conveyancing, Julie 19, 9 a. in.
Exttaordinitry Leg. tRetuedies, June
21. 9a.mi.
'Public Cor'poraltions, June 22, 9 a. 10.
Science of Jurispruldence, Jutle 23,
9 a. tu.
Public Officers, June 24. 9 a. um.
Will Postpone His Departure.
I is probable hat Dr. Angell vill
not leave to take -charge sf his 1.011
as Minister ts Turkey until of terewnii-
mef'centent. It svas his intention to
saill en next Saturday, but as Che slate
department at Washingto has not set
any particular date for him aol ais
there is no necessity for 'his immedia te
departure, he will probably remalu in
Ann 'Arbor until after July 1. If Dr.
SAngell does remain lucre he will dei-
liver the baccalaureate sermon en
June 27.
Depauw defeated Indiana University
Monday for the Indiana state chins-
pioslsip by "a score of 11 to 7.

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Atkinson and Saisyer, doubles by Men-
eteueld and Abelts, a ,base on balls, unit
a passed ball. Sawyer replaced Miller
itt this box at the end of this inninig,
Mliller takintg Ludlow's pluses in left
field.. No rnts collie'in this next ttvo
innuings, but this seventh osas produltc-
tive of fis, tswo bass on balls, two
errors, two stolen 'bases, a sitigle, a
dotuble and IGariner's second triplet
dintg the busittesa. In the eigithl two
nioroe'were addeid on two singles <i d
Miller's error. Sasvyer led sff in the
ninthli th a single, Aballo rosin:ed
first on MldMueray's error. Vernnl
reachted first on a ,fielder's choice and
Sawvyer was caught betwvanothied nsod
hame. Hlagey lilt toe a base, aud
stole second. He ,went to seodod n
Mleerifleld's hit and scored 'in Clarke's
sacrifice. Gardiner endid the inning
with a long fly to Slteutut
.Heard started the batll x0111111-for
Mtichigan 'with a base lilt and went ho
second -when Condons got his base en
balls. 'Butler then singled and -Heard
scored. The next three mien up went
out -in order leaving live men ons bases.
(Continued en Third Page.)

100 Engraved Cards from
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aWg 0 m 'The committee in charge of the af-
.AH 'S BOOMS1JORE. fair desire it Cs be disinelly unader-
Op Town Dows Tows stood that there swill be no cost what-
appstinS ueAnArbsr Mns. j ever to those taking part in te parade.

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