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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDl)AY, O('TolIR30. i910.

Vol. XXI.

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Reconstructed Michigan Team Conquers Orange lances,
and Black Souad~r on a Slinnerv Field{ ALL-FRESH WIN, 34 TO 9

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VISITS MICH6IGAN AGAIN THIS YEAR
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McMilan Hall was packed to the doors when he spoke last year. Come Early

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