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THE UNIVERSITI Uk MICHIGAN DAILY

2 TILE UNIYERSVfl Uk MICHIGAN DAILY

V. 1. VatU.
Publalted Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OGenoa: The Inland Press, Henning Block.
Both P'hones 47.
_MANAINGu EDITOR.
_ F. ENGELHARDe, '01 L.
_ ~ BUSINESS MANAGER.
o. HI. Hxeie.'00 L.
EDITORIS.
ATHLETICS, G . 1D. ftUDaJTT,'It E.
T. R. W occow. '00 L. A;. H. MeDou GALL, '01 E
J. B. WOOD, '00, W. D. HIcoo,''hOM,
. J. MoNTOKEoooa,'O, 10 H. JERNEGAa '0IL.
WA. KNIGHT '01 L. V. T. EvANoc '0.
Ms~ts LILLIAN K. SAcoco '03.
The subscription Belle 01 the DIoLYe to$.50 foe
the college year. with a regular delivery efore
noon each lay. Notices, cocmmunications, and
other matteetntended toe pihlication aat e
haaded in at the DAILY office hefore 0 p on Or
mailed. to the editor efore 3 p. am. of the 'day
previous to that on which they are expected to
appeal.
Sahscriptions may he left at the tDALY office,
Meyer'o, or Stoletos oewtccd, or with Busines
Manager. Sohecrihers will cofer a favor y
reporting promiptly at thic office any failre of
carriers to doliser paper.
All changes ini advetising oattee mtnt e in
the offloe hy 4 p. at. o the day prevtious tc that
on which tarv are to auceee.
The Team Leaves for Cf ieagoTodat.
Today lihe 'Varsity leaves for Chicago
onc what wiii be etc exceeditngly itcprte.
trip, for before its retutrn, nt Only' Chi-
cog bet Illinois cwiii lave been played
atnd possibly placex i73 lihe percetntage
caltute of lice "Big Nitne" be chatnged
sotewhelat. Satrday they play in Chi-
cago aced Moneday go to Chamtpaigen fr
twos gaeees withc Ilinoai, retureciecg lee
play Chicago again onse Vdnesday.
If Mfichcigaen plays lice gamee ace tise
trie thcat shce usually tet tee cene away
freet ]ioecec ler chaencee feorx winneing at
leadt two oet of lice face gances are
goad. Furthcer thean to say this eo pre-
dictioec can be ecade. Not all of the
meneeacre alut at eractice esterday but
thcose whoc did! shcaweltp xere kept busty
chcasitng thee ard graounders acd high
flies thcat coachces Watkies aed Miller
batted out far them. Blencoe covered
secontee whiile Daviesx occupied right fiel.
Belie senced to do xellin teehese poxi-
tioecs aend pacsibly tis chcange will be
ecade oec lice trip.
Fifteen ncen xwiii he tcken, itclding
the emaagers ancd coachces. They are:
Wiiey, Betntt, Cotcdon, Mattesan,
Davies, Flesher, McGinenis, Stnaw, Ben-
cae, Beisel, Utley, Miller, Watkins, ad
Mancagers Baird antd Latcashire.
A Michigan Graduate for Governor
off Illinois.
'fle repttilicatn state canvenctioec Of
Illienois on Wednesday staecped to
Dick Yates, '84 L., for the nomnitationt
for governor.
Richard Yates, son of "Dick" Yaes,
the famouc was governor of Illinoi, it
hut 39 years of age. After leavitng Jack-
soncville, Mr. Yates ┬░encraeed in news-
paper work, hot later weent to the Uni-
versity of Michigan, where he graduated
frotm the law school in 1884. In 1885
'he was elected city attorney of Jackson-
ville, and held that office untl 1891. He
announced his candidacy for congrexs-
man-at-large in 1892, but after a stirring
campaign was defeated.
Mr. Yates, at the present titne, holds
an appointmcent ceder President M-
Kinley as internal revenue collecor of
the Springfield districtL
Open Dail at The Barbour.
Today is Open Day at the Barbour
gymnasium. The exercises will begin at
4 o'clock. Becaute of the limited amount
of room onlyv thote who receive invita-
tions can be accomodated. Each fresh-
man girl in the gymnansim is allowed one
invitation, each upper-classman two.
All college girls, however, are invited to
be present. As there is seating capacity
for only 300, those wishing to e sure
of teats arc asked to bring stool of
some kind.

Societtl Programs. .+. fsr+ffff N f f + +
JEFRSNANMY12, 1900. Sprintin~g Shoes o 9tnrsa A2.4
Gurretttopics-Cisel, 'o2: impromptu ___
speech-h ice caccpaign ot 19oo--Kelnnes,opN tcnrsa-$-
'01 ; address-Brawnc vs. Brain 1Todd; ,cr'urox
speech-Firkin, '02; inmyromptu debate- . 1)f'.r,. "L,
U. Y. Andrews and Lancaster; genceral . olr n+omiain
debate, Reaolx'ed that tile tiene hacase + Bicycle Shoes, Solid Clr n obntos
conce wcccnlicetariff 'far praotectiate', t
shudb abolisheed by tlee Unteda $12 to $2.48. Best wearing Shoes mac
latex ; affiremative-Keneipp, oiancdg
Hdarbaugh, '0i; inegative-e.phxartIand+
Bale; _ GLA rti-L ol.S S' S SHOE STORE, 109 Maoai n St
sUIcReeceSOCIET-ItAY 12, 1900. + Ffirst-Class Repair Work. Open Evenings.+
Five-mntute talks on American 1i-115 } ;,}, } f e f f +
tory : i.-Purchase of Louisiana teer- ______________________________________
reiory-Msr. Lexvis.2.-The Florida.
purchcase-Barxncan. 3.-Annexalton1of
O exas-I'er. Schultder. 4.-Acquisitionsa -
following thec iteical War-A. rOr I . Those mew Spring Suits
y.-Purcenase of Alaska-Nash. Debate,.i at the
Resolved that a treaty of Reciprct
xvith Canada wouild be of benefit to the e -.
United States; affirmative-Hall, Wol- ew, --n toe
fencden, and C. H-. Weldon; cegative-
Beggs. A. Welden and Aluli. Election '-
of officers. " are going fast. Had you not helter select

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AxLPHA. NU-MtAY 12, 1900. F
Squib-M1r. Keeshamc; Oration-Mr. -
WVaslhirn; Debate, Resolved- that Mr.
Quay xvas legally ad-d constitutionally
etiled to a seat in U. S. Senate; affir-
catie-henson and Lemeec; negatve-
Swveat and Moore ; opeen debcate. me-E
promcpt-M\r. Caiecaend Mr. Johnsonc.
Speech an lncperiaisn-Mr. Everrett.
ADELPH'I-MAY v12, 1500.
llsic-Mhr. Gampelel ; impliromcpus-
Mr, Haire aend Mr. Bates; declancaioe-
Mr. M\Iaxcy ; deicate, Resolsvedthcat lihe
contsilutioec should be xo aemended as to
deprive licetegroes of lice rights of
seuffraege; aflirteatie-Koler aecd Steals
negative-Sprinetct and Latheers; gene-
eral discuessionc; cmusic-Gocpiccii. L
Betae Theta Pl defeated Zeta Psi ine'
baebcall y'esterdaey afterecooen by a scare
1,3 ta 2. Aetlice sam iec m ~e SigeChc i
wvoeefromeeDeltaeCGii to lice tuneccof 9 1o 7.
Prof. Fred --t. Taeylor xiii give a pcub-
lie lecteireoale icenlenecial bill reccely
passed ice coecerese. 1The lecttere ciii be
givclenTaeptpan tail, at 4:15, atcd exery-
onec is invitedi to attcecd it.
tewby aven aicclcalof RraL-wr ecptoV
!Monte Cristo igaro, - - 10c
La.1 Preferencio," - - 10c
King Albert -.I 10c
General Mercer" - - 10e
Ghancellor i" - - foec
Greon Seal " - t-n10c
SRoyal Banner ~ - - t1nc
SPowell, Smith &Co.'s Pei fecton 10c
Sot Smith tRunsell igara - '10e
Sanchez & Maya I - 10n
STAEBLER & CO.
$ 301 S. Main St., eoe. Liberty.
ATHENS THEATRE (
Watch this space for announce-
ment of conming attractions.
Typewriter Copying
Only liec per 100 Words.
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
707 N. UNIVERSITY AVE. aog

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yours while the assortment is large.
We have lice nicest assortmednt of
Nexv Spreag Clotinin leall xvool
Worstoeds, Cheviots, Oxford
Greys, Vicuttas, etc., that have
ever been thoxvn in the city. We
shall be glad to shoxv them to
you whether you btty or not.
Our Prices range $5 to $20
STAEBLER & W~
CLOTHIERS r' FURNISHfRF'.
211 S. },rain St.

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The UBIQUITOUS COON,
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THlE STRANDED ACTORS,
By "1ALEXANDER " DuPONT and "1PETE"' BEATTIE.
THlE ORIGINAL GERMANIC SPECIALTY,
By WILL GRAYSON and CARL ADAMS.
ATHENS THEATRF, MONDAY, MAY 14.
PRICES, 50c, 75c. $1.10 Charts open at Shechaa'a, 9 a. mn. Thursday.

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'AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANITARY PLUMBING, STEAM ANDI HOT WATER HEATING.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST.
'Chose Nw-,,.
You see out every day come from
hone 106. 515 E. Liberty Street

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WAHR' SPEIAL 3.00SHOEThe Latest Color, Automobile tRed.
JO N W H THE SHOE MAN
JOHN WAHR218 SOUTH MAIN

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SEE OUR LINE OF 50 O9NT PEARL HANDLE KNIVES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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