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May 23, 1900 - Image 2

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2 'HI 'LU VE sI I01'MIC~kitAN DAILY

Pubished Daily (Sundays= ex'ceped) aOseag the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY Of NMGHIGAN,
OFeaia: The Inland Pres-',tHeengBack.
_Both Phoesee1i2:

MANAGE.G' EDOITOR.
N. BENiELH tA,'OittL.
BUINEISS MANAGER.
o.1. OtAes, '00 L.
JEDTORS.
ATHLI'tCS,. . G. 1. OaNatte, '00 E.
t. R. WeaataaaW, '0 . A. H. McDettaALL'Ti E
J. B. WeaD, ', XW. D It.KtEYe, 'tam,
L. J. eertetlaa,'a, R. H. JENatEAt. 1'0L.
WA. Ktuac '1 L. V. T. BeeEVA'0.
tafla LLAotN~t K. SABNatn'03.
Sale of Seats of "SeenTwent
Eight" Begins Toda.
No otne should forget that te sale 0f
seats for te Comedery clot'sterfortmace
of ther Daly fare, "7-28" at the Ates
theatre Saturday nigt, is teaseoeec.
Thle ticets were put ot sale rhis (W\ee-
nesday) tmoreiteg at Sheeane's and it
behooes tloeewsolehtaeeot yet selected
eieirs to hoosoerthir sats at teli ear
leltoportuneity as there is sre to e
suchi ate aueeiece ice tier Atiees aceSau-
day e eveiegtasta'not tereeseeetere
for a long timce.
Stage dianeagerte fact feels tat te
sork tier lects tas doe at rehearsals of
this pay wcil tprove to act Ane Arot
aesdience tart there are lates ted get-
tlcettinteetierUiverity wsspostst so---'ter
dramaertic itstinct to a mre ere
At co timeterinicg tier reeatrss has
there beet any of tsat nosesse thtta
usaly isarkrs amarter reearsals, bte,
oct tie crae ry,ery actor icethe1carst
hs apteared o fet tatafup~oe Iiestor
ler drsvoles t iecy of tullig te pr-
formaneecetrusgt to sccess.
11cr play is partiulary ell stiteet
thecorrs cosent to prduce it, asd ter
cesciettioswortk tee oncg mentead
seomeneclae isee odoineg tas tie co-
cleesionsta ttete performsancce Sateray
tnightsill srpss ic erscet ay simiar
undtrertaking f tierssdets sice ter
brginsning of drtrsmatics ice tier University.
Whist Club Closes a Successful Year
Lastr evenite ctleositg imeetig of
tier UniesityWhistch┬▒clef sashels ice
tierU of M.1 l soeic cais roomts. It
was attescnigticdceecersssgoests,
saty of ttem eineg frome otef p t,
were teaeset flerecewsere iecetls.
The. gts were: Mrs. Benet. of De-
trot;-Mss Welles of Denver, Colorado
Miss fowere, of Y psilati ; Mrs. Mc-
Grwts Mcs Dral, rs. Travis, Mrs.
Holdene Ms. Joelyn, Misses -MGraw,
Osena Miller sed Maste.sof AnneeAr-
soc; C W.RogersanielTraey Tsswner,
of Yptst1aetie
NDRTHf AND SDUTH.
Mts 'racis td Mt.lBrsssse.iyt -- 8 L
MissDOereaned Mt. ravis. 1t8 d-ft s-0
MrsDeBennitacd NI rstall. 67 + 4
Meeril dt sh ter. 64 -ft t
Mis Mil1r ad Itr Davis. .1tf2 - 40
Prenteiss sed Weiss. ad...1o _2 -0
Holsdens acd ODe etseiseid. ..-38 -- 4 4
:Miss Tosner an'fowneer. - eg6 - 6 4-
-Miss Mastrean Mr. Raeer. i36 - 6 4
Average.. . ...16 4-
EAST AND WEST.
Mrs. McGraw ad Rogers.22 + 3 4-a
Mrs. Wells ad Mr. Kelsey..1 94 +f 5 4_
Mtilleratd fHawkinss.....19 -i2 2
Mrs. ad Mr. Beal... e..17 - 0 ┬░
Mandelbauo nad Brilhart.. - 25-9
Mr. and Mrs. Joelytn.-:.86 - 2 7.0
'Miss MfeGrawe ad Rssell.,. i86 - 2 5-
Miss acd Mr. Jackson .. 85 - 3 -
Adamts rod Cassidy ........ 180
Average... ... . all8 -9
The invitatons for the seior omedical
class have arrived ad mayt bee obaied
by allig at 73 East Huron.

D. A C Will Put up a Strong Team1
The traceswehichecoomes leere fronmDr-
trait, today, evil1 be muechisemore of a
bsasebeall trac thiao sotme of theose wicieh
thsat athletic elb has setet oralits former
years. Thteir tracestis --ear is a real
ibaseballctsb, compreet to comspete weith
elois of omore than a passing existence.
Their best pitcher, Barry, wviii he ice the
sax and if leereps op his reputation
seill prove a puzzle to sane of oor bat-
ters.
Tie 'Varsity cviii try samne terewirl-
ineg msaterial. Roibert l1. Cuateing, 1903,
of Acesrin, Ill., wvho showved ocy so well
earlier icetie seasonehot seas poor nut of
the ganme on account of a bad scalp cot
is again in farm. Hreseas taknto tie
traineing taibrletisweek nttd eill be tried
ant today. The 'Varsity is in need of
nmare pitcheers aced ir is to be leaped that
lee still prove himtself eworthoy.
Class 'chedule as none Recised.
The dastes for tie text thsree class
gamtes htave seen decided uo anacd are
as followsr:
igoo L., vs. t92 L., Tuesday, Mlay 29,
Regreets' Field, 4:10o'oclock.
1900 vs. 0903, Tesday, May 29, Fair
Groaunds, 4-t0o'ock.
cs0o'M., vs. 1902 D., Friday, Jueei ,
1Fsee Gersoundrs, 4:t0o'clock.
fletinsees ref therse gaimesewcilsdrawc
tfss a bissr Thtw teease wh-iiche arc
test -a fetunaeteasto isget tie icwciii
platy to see ewhech tne viiltbe ic eus
l oet Cit tt as - -Ic 1 referenc-ia, " - - IJr +
+ Ring Albeert ' - t o00
+General Mercer " - - iOC
+Chancellor -" - Jor +
(Green peal -44 t00
+ :Loyal Banncer " - ' 10Or
-.Powell, Smith k&Co.'sttei fertoa tIe0'+
Sal Smith flussell Cigars - 10ce
+Sanchez &Haya ' - l100
+ STAEBLER & CO. +
+ 301 S. tit.SC, 0.00',Liberty. +

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Sprinting Shoes, Top Notchers at$24
SPECIAL.
Bicycle Shoes, Solid Colors and Combinations,
$1.25 to $2.48. Best wearing Shoes made.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE, 109 Main St.Z
First-Class Repair Work_. ___Open_ Evenings.

f ++f~f fff ++f +++ +f Those+i new Sprng Suits~f

er Jm" '/ !
-NI

at the
New Clothing Store,
are going fast. Had yoau not helter select
yours wehile the assortentnisl large.
We have the nicest assortment of
Newe Spring Clothing in all wool
Worsteds, Cheeiots, Oxford
Greya, Vicuneas, etc., that have
ever been showen in the city. We
shall be glad to showe then to
yaocehether yout buy or not.
Our Prices range $5 to $20
STAEBLER&'W'U ERTH,
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS,
211 5. Main St.

SCHLEEDE'S
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IT SUITS THE TASTE
Dee ipure feutchjuices aced delicious tce
Creane-thec hief of sotnmmer beverages
HANGSTERFER'S,
Zoo E. Washington SC. 316 S. State SC.
W a te To sell Dr. Chase's
Improveod Receite
Book dueting eaca-
S u e tflon, the best eel-
Std nsling boolk tigt an
agent ran handle.
Our tegular Agents makse big neoney'.
Can give good territory. Partieulars
by railing at the Couier Office.
JOHNx E. TRAvis, Manager.

100 8TUDENT8 WfMNTW9
Big; Profits, Quick Sales., A good way to make money thts soammer.
F. SCHLEEDE, - - - - - 340 South State
For no STAMMEiR CRUISIS take thte
COAST [IN E 5TMACK INAG
NE EMSTEEL e.nn _ The Grenatest Perecetian yt
PASSENGER- . attatind isBoat Canastuctton,
STEAMERS. ( --Luxureiaus Equipment, Attic
SPEED, COoetieac.M FORT Furntahing, .. Decoraionatd
ADSAFETY.' fiin evc.
To DETRiOI, MACIKINAC, GOIllAN BAY, PLTOSI(LY, CHICAGO
NoteLittnoftrs aaoraaofttt60tmileseul varetaditerast
FoureTripsperee ketween Dee ay andt Night Seie eteen
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac rih eeensj DETRIOIT AND C[[VIILAND
PEOShY, 9can EnaQ,' MARUTTnEna-et, $t.00t, $15St aateroot,$2.25
ANDDUUTI. le elnd, Coetei a eaet Cl reelandt h
LO0W RATES t to itueeque MacnactandaPut - irn,- a' r saSohest,ttana etritfoealpotnts
Return, Ictn g ealsandttlBethts. Atptetx- and Toled o othadact ve t.
[matte Lot fromlev.tteelan, 2. 50;t.t froemaSttnday Teips dane, ,uly, Augeust,
nTeo$7.25;froetoit $14.751 eptee an cer n ly.a
f A. A. Sea ANT aG.PA., SDETRT5, MIIIt I ~l i II&OI1 VI 1 2 i
GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANI'TAROY PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASH NGTON ST.
You see out every day come from
M 0L MIE5' LI VJE R Y
Phone 106. 5115 E. Liberty Street

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WAH R'S SPEC I $3.OO SHOE The Lateet Color, Automobile tRed.
JOHN WAHR THE SHOE MAN MI

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SEE OUR LINE OF 50 OENT PEARL HANbLE KNIVES AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.

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