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VOL. X. ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 1900. No. 131.

Spring
Announcement
G. H. WILD & CO.
We have just received our line
of spring woolens for men's
wear. It includes everything in
staples that are suitale and de-
sirable for the season. We are
also showing full ranges in nov-
elties, in quality and style to
suit the most exacting taste,
consisting of Top Coats, Suit-
ings, Fancy Vests and Golf
Trouserings. We invite you to
call and inspect our line at
WILD'S
108 E. Wasbigtot) St.
Ari t hstcofAts
iaerasand have asdest
i no comspete
Oil Pan, China
and othr WateCol-
or, Dawing Paprs
and rus hs of al
kind.
Wilder's Pharmacy
THE OLD Fo eea ek e ~v
REIBL At, adTOBACCO.
'1 tesS A ifliOA> 1lY.
R._E. JOLLY & CO.
NEWI
CAM ERAS
as resring., \Xncan
gk clt tdiscount
this yavn eve r he-
lote Come and se
tihenw things and et
our prtices
CALKINS' PHARMACY
SW EATERS
. IGGOING AT.. ..
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THE GOOD OLD WAY second. That was after playing football
all the week previous and having no
Henrq Killiea Tella How the Old training at tte field events. The boys
'[loe Tem8 id Nt Trin, enjoyed the sport those days and there
TimeTeas Dd No Trin. were no charges of professionalism
Thte following is an interview from a against them as there are nowadays."
Wilwaukee paper about the training of
Michigan's early athletes. Congressmen Shafrotha' Speechea.
Tlte Daily is itt receipt of a cony of
Henry stililes, the swell-known tasvyer speeches of John Shsafroth, '75, of
and wvho is interested in a small way with; Colorado, on the Boer war and
his brother Matt in the Milwaukee Ballj the duty of the United States re-
club, was at one time one of the best!i lative to thte same. The speech.
athletes in the country. That was whets es wvere delivered on February first and
lie attentded the University of Michigan. seventh, the honse being in committee
In those das there was no such thing of the whote on the state of the Union.
as training for big events, nor having They were well received which cannot
rttbters antd traitters to htandle themsten, be said of mnost speechses its congress.
although it was in vogue among the: He very strongly urges mediation on the
Eastern colleges at the tinse. Henry had part of the United States in the interests
a recorid of to t-; seconds for too yards. of peace.
whsicht is today cionsidleredi a retmrk- incited to Send Wrestlers to Notre
able feat ott the paths. Itt speakinsg ofi Dame.
athlletics tile other iday Mr. Killilea said: Director Baird has reeiet att invits-
-It is reatly amussing notoriseandtabosut tuton front Notre Dame to the Ussiversity
lhst thse cosllcgen ss trots fot footbill to senid two wnrestlers tio their carnival to
gamss track evnnts, etc.,sitd look sink in hcld ott:March 29. As the slate is so
andi thiink of the idays whlen wc wenttonerunimd'Michigants swrestlers are ihard-
Cnillcge sansd enserdcim inilars vecs.clIi. v inonditiott forsutcht a cotest.,iso one
remsembsler wecll ste first tr iptshie Unitvnr-tvill he sett
sity of ''lielsigan foomtalltesinmae to Theiteamcotso reprcsct Miichsigan
Dr. David H. Moore.
Te iaccompaningOffis na cut of
D.David H. Moore, of Cinscint-
inatri h s to lectueisn ste Wcs-

A NOTED MAND
Secured Bty S. L. A-Hon Champ
Clark to Close Courtie.
Hon. Champ Clark, congressman from
Missottri, tas consented to speak here
somue titme very soon. Thse Students'
Lecture : association has been negotiat-
insg wills hitm for some time and affairs
save not gone so far thsat it may be
reasonably asserted that he will surely
appear. is speech will be the final
or twelftht usumber on thet S. L. A. course.
It is hoped thsat ite can fitnd time to ap-
pear here before tile spring vacation, but
as congress is nosy in session, he may not
be able to leave Wasisington on sttch
shsort notice. He has agreed to come on
Satrsday, Marecs 31, bust as before stated,
this is linsble so change. Ctsatt~s Clark is
a isannwvh'olas wvorked hitseslf utp from
the bottomt. He started oiut a poor bsoy
atd ssi nowr umoderatelyswealitsy. Bttt it
has beets sot iinlv in seecuring svealth that
he hsas liven successfuli. He is onse of
te best readimets its the ecounttry. By
Isis cowvn efforts lie pust imiself thsrottgh
cisllege aitd this was lotte wish stch
thtorousghnesss that at thlenige of twventv-
three, whten msto f its are recevintg isur
dliplomsa s, hse seas a college presidlent.
Hte halstsotiibeienssitsesditor. Thtus schsol-
air, emditnir asse statesmansst le is a mats es-
tpecially adlaptedilinsaiddress a college
audietce.

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events. I centered time 22o-yatrdl sash and oiensimttfigutre. tHe sia s managinmg
ran second atid twenty uminutes later vem- editor of The Lithpand Cmsticvins aiId
tered the too-yard dashan ran seconsi helsdtime Unisersity iecordinit the broat i
aud - j uut il it wstaknt by McLeant last
in to 1-5. Half an hour later I entered year hue swas also a sprinster ands suitssot
the three-utile ruta and finishesd a close time football testi.

hismhia asu Yale stud Newv York Uni-
versities open the season. Time middle
if Apii, itowvesr, is thtimeltlewhsets umost
colleges mwiii cotmsmetnce oitdsoor comsspe-
tition.

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