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T1HE UNI1VElt6IY01, j'MICHIGAN DAILY

Gt~od Ripids Herald -Prof. Henry

j.r Booming the Business Course.
C. Adams, holding the chair in the Uni-
?ubIteedDaiy aitge ea. a terst of Michigan of political economy;
PbihdDiy(Sundays exc-epteld)emn-theand fnnchos accepted thelienovitationit
Coleg yer.uttendered tint by Superintendent of
THE UNIVERSIIYOF MiCHiGAN. Schools Hathaway and will deliver the
-oniienceino addreso before thc high
BFaC: h an Pes eit. , Bok. cchool graduating class cit Junte 22.
Both_____ Phones______________ ibout one and one-half years ago Presi-
MANtAGING EDITOR. dciii AngellI, of the Uiisersity of Mietti-4
gait, visitied Granid Rapids anid delivered4
F. BEaurunan, '01 L. an adsdress before tie board of trade oii
BUsiNESS MANAGER. the inecessity of a trainced diploitatic.
O. H. Daae. '0n L. corps. Sincco then the Univcrsity of'
EDI1TOOIS. Sificligait has beeii derclopinig the line of;
BTHLTIcs, . . D. 1). tTeeee, '01 E. swndt for a naew dctpartmencit, one that
would give young msen ouctsan erduca-'
T. . Woo~ow,00 . AH. c~oGAL, u Etion as itey ivotld nteed ini the diplotnatic
B. Wane, '00, w. at. IciEe, 'it , eroice of the country, fitl theist for isorb
L. JT. MasaaadEeaaY, 'to. R.Pt. Jacacasa1, '00 L. 117 bautsac, cud ini genseral affordl them toe
WA. KNIGTat '01 IL. .V. ST. ~Ecsa0t* opportuitty for a tmodernt busintess cdui
Ma~ Cario K.Soane 5. citin.bProfessor Adams tiatstakeact
_________ -______ -leadintg fpart inite socrkoig out of the
®?isles anti the Uiiversity of Michigant will
be the finst great eduicationtal itnstittilotn
to utpetinaicch adetpartment. Somse time
ago Sutperinitendent Hathiaway swrote
Alumnus with Athletic Record Re- to Professor Adams, sayitng that
turns as Referee. lihe rcgardedth le newr departmsetit as ait
Hr. Fred Boinu elho acted ts referee ' mprtn detpartre, cute that had the
poise of soorkinglugmt great tigs for
ini yesterday's tractk itect is cite of thus u e n' anid suggescted that it onus
best kntowni athletes -Michtigani ever pro- somtintg that shl cd largely ititerest
dutced. A carefuil search of the clef pal- tie high sccls. It wsn ii that lie
ladittits shoot that lie established the exitended the iitiation iochl the crc-
Vcisiiy teccrd for tnetis on ______has _ustaccepted
toonsetids ltin 1ho.He iranor.Question For Minnesota Debate Next
a coarse sohichlisislihtly up hlll andtYear.
theurs cii vai s cairefullyomearediacidsu T hticnrauaite cciiittiee cf the Cenitral
vecritfid.LI.G.Pircitymantait5 s ci tsi Ochbaingiii"Leagueoe ldia meuetitug in Cti-
detl othe ttchkletic Asia t tiontatithalit sagibo iin -,Lyi4 oastchose the cquesticis
time aniid aito ouOics forit.lie sidi furiewt5year's debaotes. STie seiinadii
tht a ll tieIfact0sirclrding lie rice cwecre w tiitehtdoil'tianuiaryit2iat-dtfinsgs
i.U ad te ircordiiacceptcdl -citti-Out-, stilt be hld1t AnAtt rbor,
u~ti it at riditrt i tctt~ ~ taus gn g \liuucsoa the choice of
by ten- nd ceditd toDr. >0- ie ite iet isnfo furdbaes
nin. Aongthetie-kepes wreIiies ou'dtht isvt is uniseitrulrtste

SSprinting Shoes, Top Notchers at $2.48
SPECIAL.
+ Bicycle Shoes, Solid Colors and Combinations,
S$1.25 to $2.48. Best wearing Shoes made.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE, 109 Main St. Z
FrtCasRepair Work. Open Evenings.

t ill)'
/ _ t -
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Those new Spring Suits
at the
New Clothing Store,
are going fast. Had you not helter select
yours while the assortment is large.
We have the nicest assortment of
Newv Spring Clothing in all wvool
WXorsteds, Cheviots, Oxford
Greys, Vicunas, etc., that have
ever been shotwn in the city. We
shall be glad to showv thems to
y onuvhether you boy or not.
Our Prices range $5 to $20
STAEBLER& WUERTH,
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.
211 S. Main St.

Wa titso sf Ann tAtbciitid DHiSchcac-
berle, ittit director of Lich aboervtsoiry.
Bdesides lie reciord iinlicetoo yard cicashl,
Hr. Hontietmcadeitile cfolloig:ii 8o yard
clash, 8s econids;a to yaitt dashi itsct-
onids;l 50 yarticdish, 5 ',5 secontis. Tlu5
tact is a remaisrkble recortd c-i ii to the
timte lost ini the stat.
HDtritig the clue sp rungt"tlie madc
hisicrecordtinitthe too yar l shlolll.iBo-
inieiNcocitsip firsts anicionc sccondt ti tile
antnuial field day. Her r ied off first
hiotior ini the So y-airicsO, t i crsaitiiItO
ytarss hes, te hstameriithrochigh
ond in otte oilier evecii. Latcr itt the
yeartic citiered the Sicit-Havten gamtis
its Slicliigai'c representastive,-e.oitigthe
first western man in enter. In that race he
ran awoay-fromtiBaiter, 1Hitrvardcsfititoas
splriniter, ccoticstesrxprcte-tlto ciiin fit
ttic race lie display-ed to a wo-oiterfutl de-
gree thle adicantatge of a tquickt start ini
the dashtes. He got off io rquicknly- that
lie gaintwcibo yards ont the sart andc
fintishtetd almlost ini a stalkn. So grcatc ccas
tic start ttct the judiges beliesved lie hatd
stariced before the plotoI anti refuscdl to
allow i ms h thurarcit. Bitt it cois aftcr-
owartsccliviccely proved thatlie tid
ntitactrt too sot. .atnistanltneous
phtographsi(otte of tle ftrot)Icc-itakleni
by- colle tite in the crowtd. This shiowecd
the sitttke cof thepiistol tatu Bonineiwth
tite fot oil his tmttrkianteothe eilrin
the air cohle the oilier compihetiors had
notitiovedh itlittl.
Hi. Boninte decltiredh himltcf ititih
grtatifietd iithi yeserdaty's meel anth te-
cltiredh.iliigaii tad twouor diree first
class liriliters. fdc believeciithast Leiblee
lostsin opiportuitly in crests the recerid
itt the firsithest. He fuishtetd ute cisfic'
anitdhloketilack set shle oeiredi the tithe.
Hat hIctunotione so ciibut c osird
aso liecouldt'lie msighit hiss-cometc tndter
the tent sccotid mairk. Bitt li.Hoinei
tinkils lie mauy yet dn an.
Hr. Bconinueis still tutdthenthusuiat ont
aihltics i ds a iysc le hsliti ssucedhinly otic
'h'nsuigivinigtdsy footballhgatue ittClii-
cago sitice lie left college. He wats ticvcu
a compimtentary ticket to the coticert.
H~e accepitd it bitt left S, oitiuout loss-
ig Ishisuame. 'Thte umanagceentleirnetd
rhsere it caethcfrcom.
Gift of $2,000 to Maintain Free Bed
in the Hospital.
Adecree hstbIece uteredh ittthe case
cc-lure DH Forest Treat aplpeas froitsthe
tdecree of te probiate coturt allhoccitig and
adutiting tu probate thue last wilstud
cotdicil of rlal L. Treatcwell,owhich cro-
oidetd for a $a,oncudowmucent icr a
free bed at the hospital. Upont consenta
of the attorney for -Mr. Treat, the tost-
umonsyowas takens andi the will is admcited
in probate. The Uiversity cili noov gel
its legacy.

Good Government Club Election,
It ciiili e hteltdtoismuttowat o9. mii. in
rocom A, ducst floor, last hbuilditug.
By corder cithue Bocactici Elections.
+1 Monte0 Cristo Ciguara, - - 10c +
La Prefernciua, " - -if0c
Ic. ing Albert " 6 - he10c
General -M\ercer "11 -1id
.+Chaneellor .ur --1i0c3
Gree ( wo eal " 10-cf
+BRoyalBsetter ide-10
..PowelIlSthbr- Co.stPeifectnsh 10c3+
SSul Smith Runssell Cigars - t0ce++
+ fSnehez & Flays ' - 10c
SSTAEBLER & CO.'
301 S. 'Atain St., cor-. Lttberty.*
IT SUITS THE TASTE
Our pure fruit juices atnd delicious Ice
Creams-the chief of vssusser beverages
HANGSTfEFER'S,

SCH LEEDE'S

tSilll _ IIl S'i

TEMPORARY
BINDER
100 8TUDBNT6 Wf'INTBD
Big Profits. Quick; Sales. A good way to makse money this summser.
F. SCHLEEDE, - - - - 340 South State
For a SUM MER CRUISE Caklreh 1
COASI [IN[ERTOMACKINAC
1 NEW STEEL "WThe IGreatest Pertecion yet
PASSENGER m' attained In Baat Cinrucatint
STEAMERS. i Luxarious Eqaipment, Artistic
SPEED, COMFORT Furnishing, .. Deoration anti
ANte SAFETY...5 Efficient iervice.
To DETRlOI, MACKINAC, G[ORGIAN BAY, PIJOS(IY, CHICAGO
yN otriun ffrs aPanoaa eof 460ilesofqiualaieiu tyandintt.
Four TripsperWetwenDayand it itu i tt5i tat eteen
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac hiet i an D[TROIT AND CLEV[ELAND
Fare, $1.50 a ecio n~n.
PETSE Y,«teSOn," EAtRQPLEEBet, ,$1.00i, $125 ta tuteoom, $2.2t
AND DULUTIL. Cleveland, rCnnetisareumade a tCleelan ith
:EarlieTauin, oralt pontuastoout
imta Csuutg utCl uuultnd,eitu.50utufrtm and Toledo. unaTi pJuitn nelA es
'Taoleda, $1uu25;uroanDtrueiu, $14.75 Septembierandutobauer tt.i,.
S2e.forinllustiated iiimp at.drs, I~II~l6O~l I
A. A.SCITtZaG. 1t i.,DttROI, XCtote -&-~eOO OV O.M
(GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
U PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC..
A SPECOIALTY. SANITARYT PLUMINGutu, STEAKS AND) HOT WATER IHEATINGt.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST.
l~hs 3ikv ,,, e

coo B. Wuashingtont St. 316 S. State St. YLou see out every dlay conme from
.3.l.l+ 3.3..3 ~~ O LiVES' LIVERKY
Phone 106 . 5t5 E. Lherty Street
~1WAH B'S SPECIAL $3.00 SHOE TeLtn uoAttotnBd
SEEHOWWINDOW~
N JH W H THE SHOE MAN 1
L x: 218 SOUTH MAIN

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