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June 05, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-06-05

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THiE UNIVERSITY 01 MNIChiGA.N DAILY

Early ths fall and Ieent before clleg
csomenced, ts an attractonO to draw
athletes to lifchgai, itttwts anounooced
thtat twoto woltsendola tracl teamttto
Pa. Later itt ti.yar wetn the lan-
tgemeto nn ountocldtaeaschetule of the
tttter ottnproponedl track mteets for the
season, the Ptris tritotwargulttl
enttmoerated. All tf tese meet ae
either beenohodd or failed to mtterilz,
eciefly the latter. IToe Paris trip is the
onoly ott Oiotte scheuole tohithit i
not ton late to attted. fle qtioitnote
isill wee tttetd it?
Little too beettdonote for te track toao
this year. After tttntttstofevrc retrtit-
ittg they ot lot swere gite otto cttttce
to sitott ahat they cotldl eo. Hots trll
tioey sowedro tis, tto oore of lot Sat
trday shosoNote oiste titotofor tle
mlanaogemleot to}taelotp oontgt tatontog
theltuttdnt loney toilote they tol ilwtd.
W it eey little toustling adlescm
plaiting tab ot toardIfitanotil sortk,
eottgitontty ciold eaily be riee
tmonglo tembll one t osttto t lscon.
HOly s05011l111011ntltl thOtt poitftr
Mihiogan olst Soluday il -f hs
atd Ken Ftp icktoulttdonot btank-
roiten OttiLd tot aea otod lo ga
htontotoondtaott11t
suficettosoot ix e.oItohlathodi
Assoiiioton ootl 01:tt 01h1s ith otlod
vanceo11000,it1the o i ul n
doatedlynOi04000110aloothto toinooluder
colooeotoio cwithci 01 whlo oaongtio
te studoent bodyo o ftroth thins issto bosn
Ioooteo, loitt otut sb doe t ocebtorho
Io t oeleekis toolI suh oaleterris-
lg atos tecideot pon11101 assage an otd
tcommnodtoitonsot utoble eure, eotrieo
madand toil oottonher dtail atteolo-
edlitooto ext ets days.
Soph. Medic Electib.
ifToosophom~lo medicsohodd ailotetig
yesterolay mlorninlg .t 101 olok for te
pournoseofefleetnthoo irofnfiero oote
moeicaleoierot.I Ito 01a00is rontitledton
te vie-ptresoeooltreasuolrr tood a toen-
bee of the oardofd01eoto or. Te ele-
htio as all "fixed" totid tlltott reoootioed
to e lontesas to coantotfle ballot. fle
ooaehinelad a tieet too tho field, atdsas
so comtpletely moaoageetatottheooi
tionolfaileo nmtaterialize.
Thte officerseletedl 55000a00folloso
Vice-president, Harry A. loiirrottotoot
of Portsoth, .1 treaosrer, W. A.
Esvans, of Anno Arbor Nel Kellog of
Strickldand.
Golf Tournament
Osoitg toote etitheoltie tofaoolify-
iring the golf toroaoooo ttias lecot x-
tetooedton Tuesoday oigit, Jtno.. Dtos-
iongs sill le otade at 7 :30 adtosfotein o
Shceeha'osswindows. le tornatomet
proper sill logintonooWentesa . fle
follosiongiceos aeo beeno haonded itt
Trotebloodi,tooo; Joclyon, 981Fautot;o
ileotteo,tot Prentiso, 0091 Tilton, o;
Meiorrocl, 031 Troowblridge 041
Nortioo, too.
So ftr thoo' eotris for fouroinoetre as
follcos: Trueblood ad Jclyo, Fat
tootl19tun, 'iroiselrioloo totol flett,
1?oclciftrriclo stoolWall:ce.
Senior-Lits, Laws and Enineers
Should Loosen Up.
fToe senosttIohote tieir fictreil
te Aloltolo olodsttoosoool tp 1110litely
otodlp1119tho ost01ftomakinoog toetotos.
Wohlenthielss dciedolothlee iodkoidio
cal plotoco alt osatuooertood tat
eaehlonoe wshon fod lis or oer aco ioote
loolloksolfldy setenty-fi ecenIt,fle
cot oil hinog flec11utae. Tfle coot-
otittee aoe toss lootiotto aard time cot
lectingtohios moooe. fle cot of ohese
all-tnes wo $38 aboothOey sere se-
cured front the etgraver oly ty adaoc-
iogtfeloarget share of thiolamaount.
The members of the board are persooalle
respoonsile for ths and wshil to e re-
lieved as soon as possihle. They do lot
hanlking hsioess with the added feattre
of aksward detors.

LAST MEETING I
(Contnedeafrompate1)
entertainth le loague atstostal. As there
is s0 littlolttme left for eocial tplcasureo,
antIhoe oteetinog Saturday teas ito assay
aubtatiiate for the lotswt social, Moo.
Aizel' io ldneIo o twill or1ohabl00nitlie
accetotedl, tough it is lieaortilyepprecit-
cot lby allotmttbers ofte leagu1.
Tie foloilsrtate the commoitte or i
tooeter: lito00p arrantgementt, Do.
Moshr Itossl 1Floroen00 W. (Gteeno, Miss
N. dRtto ediori tandlfor,
Mrs. Vau tghtoo MlsotElsto Prottf 'iis
Hout J.Scott;otempl oment, ;ito 'Aonoi-
11101 E. Conles, rsF.o P. Jooboo, tro.
,,.Ooisn Fa c .Brootst Eloot B.
Bah ocoAoig lliub oJnste ra00011Missoes
Footney Kortood arare D Ma
010001 taL.NotoBlaoncie E.ito-
to too Geneovitoe DB Neill, Floroonce Blaglo,
BloteoM. Poppeo, Llsie FPPratt, Grace
AI. Boolie Shta01100 o isL.BrnooeEel-
too SmthodtEdit tohuhh ; Cake, V001 N.-
CoontonIrItn0110fBitt
A 10001ilt of 1gotp leader- f to text
yerotto ise etoueeChubS, fir-C
010011Gontditano AotntooLonglosZioe
SmthoJooosoietteyoildt-.CootstantceBe-
meto Agnestoo WellsGooertoude Mifller,
Kathar inet G.Hineoora 0.1Henderision,
BorotoaSteot,00LootaiSmthlo Mart
BroatstoBoorttaOBrBoeootBeotBrowtso,
GIloenna H.InoDBous etortooeoCoote,.
_nLditho Bet toold 't toogtott C7' n TS,
itabib Phiollips,/iltslo iCa11110 llr L t t e
Lunodtom010Lottie Sooth.loBoosior tlooclo
c-I.Mne 'i tototo ftleno Bendier,
Luc0Co 01y M Iio iiawono Ittotle
HunotsLatilaICororA.Chistopo hor,;
Berniceiri rftrickoltLIa \lrf~itoilts,;
Elsi Sawer, lorece. ishe- Ne lM.
BotreIabite 0 10 nad,1 Ena 1Cm-0
otilig- fHeenWato eo ranesCu-
toitigo.tFannoie Keortog IlooidBitsie abr
Graice Ia teious. 'Nell i owno t
Woods Hole Scholarship.
of Dletroiti. 1theotoool deptorn000i1
abt 'to awardotis iieaI one1sIhLlarshtio
at the M finlo. llt a abrtoy
00ntitles thelortiler ton 0000toothioo dutoot
te sotiootoorsessionofi la1booatory.
'0 ttiittO~n iliOentofit teo o uti oursies
iofoil zt o OsiotHfoloetoillbefudi
thec deptmoooeontaotorytiesI sttall btoi
thoe laboriatory 000n1TesdaysandooThusI
of thois keel: froo o2to xo:30o'0clock o
te poorpose ofconlotingttt witshlbappli-
cttnts o tr toescolar00hiopt
IAC Ott fE1010 ARD

LOOK TO US

Fine Clothing, flats
and Furnishings

lOotfiost off'ering ronsists of the advance style, feesh froon
the hoonds of the foremoost Fashion Makers, THlE STEIN
BLOCH CO. Eery Fabric that has streongth aood Charac-
tee is represented in this collection; every style in vogue is
hoere. No moerhant tailor will glee you the same style and
patterns at 50 per cent. more money. . .,. . . .

LINDENCHI1ITT
& A PFEL

209 S. Main
Street

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AFTER THE MAY FESTIVAL
Stop in at PARKER'S
CAMPUS CAFE
and gel a good, cold glass of
Soda Water. Strawberry
Cruoshes 10c.
Wtoe have the exclusive right On the refreshmenit stand at Athletic Field.
W. S. PO1RK1ER.

I

SCHLEEDEl'S

61, ji

STRAWBERRY
CRUSH ,
(FRES5H FROUIT)
10OC
QUARRYtS
C.A~vLPa'w 7RZf7O5 mTOR .
Dce ]riei'...
ART STORE,
A new Assortment of Oval Frames
and Frame Mhouldings, just received
Do not fail to see them.
Stabler's Art Store,
217 So. 4th Ave. New State Phose 173
jJ To soft Do'. Choses
Wanted oImrovedt Receipot
Book durinog vaca-
l~ iontolheat sel-
S LuUd fLs lisn' hookathoat an
agentlt anthadle.
Ouor regultar Agentts make big nooney.
Can give good territory. Paeticulars
by calling at the Courter Office.
JOHN E. TRAVIS, IManager'.

TEMPORARY
BINDER
10 0 8TUDENT8 WRiNTWD
Big Profits. Qaicko Sales. A hood wasy to m'ake money this summer.
F. SCHLEEDE, - - - - - 340 South State
°' ForaSUIM M1E.R CRUISE take teo
COAST [IM[E OMCIA
NEW STEEL femn. The Greatest Perfection yet
PASSENGER attained is Boat Construction.
STEAMERS. p Lanariaus Eqaipmant, Artticl
SPEED, COMFORT Farnishing,.. "Secsration and
- rDSAFETY.- Efficient Service...
To DETROIT, MACKINAC, GEIORGIAN DAY, PEfTOSKEfY, CHICAGO
Nboooer ineoffertac anoamt o f 40t i let~ csoqual variety aditerest.
Four Triper nWeek BetwenDayeanod 5.ig0t5o'ttntcBetweno
ToldoDetoitnd iacina lltoy Doy and DETROIT AND CLEJVELAND
Toleo, Dtroi an Macinac Nigt Bewee ittr, $1.50 E.ahDireeto.
PETOSEY, "THc See," aivgUETE Beroths, $1.00, $1t12 Statroomo, 0.00
ANDeDULT.. Cieveland, Conecionsar d to Clevelandbooowith
Eaet oTins oro oallonotasSouth
LstW RATES to Pctttrensquet1nn nd t Put- itr-SBa'.- odoSothet n ttr oittfo l oiitv
Retuon, Inclding el n. d BerOt.Ao. Ntt' oe o rfothtano5Ntortet.
tool Coet frto leenodo., . tb o m adtoo e To. oSny Trips Jote, July, Anettt,
Toedo, $17,05fromo0Detroit, 000.005D601 EN toosNOod.500o ..o
A. A.SHNG.PA.onal,DaETReIT, RInHs
GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIAL.Tv. SANITARYO PLUMBING, STEAMO AND THOT WATER OREATINC.
J. F. SCHUH. 207 E. WASH NGTON ST.
t7hoseNc _ .,,,,
you sos out every day come from
HOlr0LAME LIE9'lw1V E RY
Phone 106. 515 E. Liberty Street

NWSTYLES
OXFDSMEO $
'90XF DS MENAND WOMEN 00
SEE HOWWINOWJOHN V\A.FLR. 1
- y Y1D0THEnS aOEIIIA

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