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May 12, 1904 - Image 2

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THE MAICHI1GAN DAILY

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THE MI11CH IGCAN DAILY Marshall Field on Saturday, June St.
The features of the coming meet will
Entered as secondclsns mat~ter atelse Ass be the prices given to the winning
Arborosit Office. athletes and teams. To each of the
publshled daily (N51sssda~y ecepted) during the winners of first, second, third and
collee y~e., t117 F. Wsingtone street, fourth places in each of the track and
(5,usssssswei fsoo. sidesenrane) Phonessic lie fbeld events, silver ioving cups will
MANAGING EDITOR:5 be awarded. The winning relay
S. E 1OiCY 1T1IIASON seams will be awarded silk banners,
BUSINESS MANAGERc: and each member of the winning
IfOSCOE 13. iiUSTON team will be awarded a beautiful sil-
ver cup. The team wincing the meet
EDITORS: will be awarded a banner; and the in-
Sites,-- - - -1ort K n dividual winning the most points will
ASOIAE be awarded a magnificent individual
eil~ sl sis sses, lsy lesihles.. trophy cup, twelve inches in height.
A. raveser, Hlenry P. Ereels The University is planning to make
A. C. Posundi. A. If. Ortmeyer. this third interscholastic the most
.boosep1 . lees', Stosddaed S. Mours, representative schoolboy meet ever
Isis 1I. iissswss'i;. I. ae Jayne. given in the West. Entries from prac-
Gosbor sns. liarold C. Smithk tiflsy every school in the state with
Harrs Ii Andrewss. 'rhs. A. Sims. athletic pretenses are coming in, and
Thossoi3. tRoberts. Clyde L. new. the comber of competing athletes will
A BUsNESS S Tii A.FF.:lsy excels any other meet that has ever
'i. Thopsons. Ns. I. sLuloryds. taken place in this part of the noun-
1.,Sj . o litl. Is . LU. fdtt. p~-
1The 'Varsity track team went down
kditor Toduy-HARRY H. ANDREW5Seto Champaign and defeated the Illi-
nois athletes quite handily yesterday.
yiulssesissionls Iwo lssllans per year, pusableit& Some of the records were excellent
sdsesssee If dielliquentaftl v1, 190, $2.51) and one, Melins performed in the two-
_ mile ron was splendid. He ran the
office Hosrs:--12:30 to 130 ad 6:30 to 7:30 log distance in a fraction over 9:58.
p. ms. Daily,.rise surprise came, however, when he
Address-ROSCOE S. IHUSTONS, Bseses Mae- seas unable to shake Chicago's entry,
ager, 331 Packard Street. Henry, who finished second, by half
Telephone,_461 a foot. Henry's time broke his own
record by eighteen seconds and was.
almost a reversal of form. Another
______surprise camne when McCully of Illi-
nois bravely succeeded in winning the
CALENDAR. mile from Lyon, the Chicago fresh-
- - Snail, in the good time of 4:36 2-5.
Thsursday, Stay 9-S p. m. Law Social Cahsill was forced to runs both the
club dassce. qluarter and the half for Chicago
Thusda, My i2? nsuanc letur ibrough. Taylor's injury, and won
Thusdy, la I-loesane lctrsbosth He covered the quarter in
by Wilbur S. Tuppser, at Tappan 31 2-5 seconds and finished strong.
Lectusre IRoom, at 4 p. im. Cahsill is a dangerous man at the quar-
Slay 12, 13, 14,-May Festival ter, though he has not run it since
Slay 13-3 p. m., Dual tennis tourna- his high school days. Rice continued
went with Chicago. isis fast work by defeating Captain
Slay 14.-'Varsity Field Day. Blair in the hundred in even time.
Slay SI-Sunslay, 7:135, Lecture by Altogether the meet was an encour-
lRes. Sr. Chsarles Cuthsbert Hall, aging one to Chicago. The teams
President of the Colon Thoologi- showed evidence of winning calibre,
cal Semsinary, News York City, at and tbe first outdoor meet has shown
Presbyterians chisrcb. Auspices of strength where weakness was feared.
Y. P. S.C.E Ossr baseball team returned from
Ann Arbosr Sunday and regaled the
student body with glowing accounts of
(Cootinued from page one.) lbs masterly game of Saturday. The
P'rofeisor J.. Tu~fts, alus of 11he' ibil- gamns was critical for Chicago and we
osophslical fausly, will be acting head are rnatusrally greatly elated at scor-
for a tisse alier Dr. oey's depaurt- isig a victory in the very lair of the
isre. Woslerines. The 'Varsity speaks
Iihe Younisg Womsses Chlristians highly ssf the sportsmanlike treatment
L,0a';11 will give a camips festival received from the Michigan public.
dusrings lie luter sari, ci)thsamonith. RILEY H. ALLEN.

lennis Rackets
Perfect Balance.
Best While Ash Frames.
Clearest and Best Quality Oat
Stringing.
Workmanship a nd finish
Throughnnt the Best Ever
Put Into a Tennis Racket.
You'lind sll of these geod
pulses in
THE PIM at $8.00
-AND-
SPALDING'S GO[D MEDAL
With Cover,. $8.00.
For sale at
WAHR'S BOOKSTORES
IN HAT SOCIETY
The "VARSITY"
Moves in $5 Circles.
A $3 Propositton
GOODSPEED"S
Hatters $I 117 S. Main

All lt'e 55me'sscs orgaiz~atiosawill
unite in thie fesivaesittig up bisoths
anls dlecorating s\siossuiparls of she
camss eswiths Jut;iase elanteriss ansd
gay bunts iig. 1Jfireshosssss will lbe
sosld dusiig tllh sessning cetlebration.
'T'b prosceels seill go itowards defiray-
log Inse esicinscsiofsdelegates to lbs
Geeva conerenssic'e, Setemduber 1 it,
it.
F'ost ers seelull annsossncing lbs ap-
pesaian'e osithle coisninig operai pll5-
fisesiera, the llsctfriars. 'lhe SBlas-k-
friars still present. a issical opera
culledsI'ie P'ssinlsg of P'hali Khsais,'
use sceise sit shichis iulaid hinlRusssia.
Ioths the boobd and msusic have been
written by'msembses of the club. The
performansce still be giveu in the later
part of SMay.
The third asnsual interecholastic
meet and relay races will be held on

$2,200 REWARD
.$1,000 TO THE MICHIGAN CLUB
HOUSE;
.$1,200 IN SCHOLARSHIPS; Sub-
scribers Vote for the Beneficiary.
This reward will be paid from the
price money and commissions for
thirty-five hundred yearly subscrip-
finns to the Saturday Evening Post,
$1.25; or the Ladies' Home Journal,
$1.00; if sent to me before May 28,
when the contest closes. Whether 1
get the desired number or not, the
money earned shall he used as above.
Will you help to bring this money to
Michigan?
MeELDOWNEY, '05 Law,
56-61 308 Packard St.

Keep your face
f Sir, Use Williams'
Shaving Stick.

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Today is galas day for Aiii Arbor. We will niot there-
fore detaitn you with reading atter; suffice to say that
bill of fare here set down is but an additioii to our regular
mentu:

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THURSDAY
Cremse de Mensthe Sherbet
Chicken Sandwiches
FRIDAY

Clsickeii Salad

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DEAN{ M. $$2ABOLT, Manager
Week commencing IMonday, Mlay 16
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In a Repertoire of Metropolitan Successes.
HIGH-CLASS
VAUDEVILLE
Pt ICES; 10c, 20c, 30c. NO HIGHER.
COMING Y 1 3 MRS. FISKE in Ibsen's "Hedda Giabler."

Strawberry Sherbet

Fruit Salad

Watch Saturday's paper for annouincemnent for that day and
Sunday.
P[ENNYCOOK.

iENRY & KYI3R, MERCHANT TAILORS, N UNIVERSITY AVE

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