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'VOL. XI.

ANN ARBOR, MICH.. SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1901.

No. 160

..Our Special Line of.... A DECISIVE DEFEAT Allen, If. . 0 2 1 0 0
Hu_ lrley, rf . 0 1 3 0 0'
Foreign and DomesticSaem1, 2b ....0 0 1 20
5 to 1 the Score in Yesterday: Game Freemnu, p ....0 0 0 0 0
A ~ ~~-Touhill Makes Star Play-BLu~so -4
FABRICS Were a Feature of the Totls . .1ft24N3.
FO P I GGame R. H. P0. A. L.
They cause, they saw. lbnt they were Snaw, If .....1 2 0 0 0
has arrived andi is ar- )'ou(55erc'd. The scorewa the same Blencoe, c . 0 0 4 1 0
as that of lest week,5 to 1, and the Touhill. 2bh ..0 0 2 4 0
ranged for iflepeCtloll. men from the wheat state were not in Davies. sf ... 0 2 0 1 0
We have the largest as- oi(Iencee except in the fifth inning, 151t~sher, so......1 :3 3 3 01
sort ment ill the city, Nshen with Cwoemen on hoses aidnod ~110 anon, b....0 2 13 2 1
onto the ine pitehiog of T'tley and i eo, 3b.....1 0 0 2 C0
So'(.iiitrful catch hy Touhtll left fh lt 'iy ...... 1 1 2 2 0
(I iii1eii onlases -C~ w
TIke 1Mniiiesoaatea])) itti I'll ato lbe a 'otls do ..... 3< 10) 2 13 1i
"o)o)11unchioi ilCtters, all(1, as saome I lii dion t hy ICil i l itl ed
I08E.Wahigto S. 0nesid, it liLtiifhave been lac ito a ball. ) I .10) kt~tla
shor11l:k batlANvlieh Cloy iused and ji3il~r:T -ae htiel
________- oo'iii11Os(,elwd to be loildell. HNClas i' l.i ' I ieaee n it- toni ei'a. Sle-
u I ii y l'Itley lno'(si tlia'm1 ouulysix ht r~ ~t liii lisl ebec (21. Stall)
A t.1 A S isOl' Ol iiarly al ta 111lll nd0' 'y sli.( 1'~o ii. 2. 11000liii1111110s
iio f llllo('ill>aii soas dubedhiss lil -. fiti by )jit'led ball-
P 4~IJ1'+'s 111111 I thIes brought foth iptl uselltli idy oitnlncS vii'o o
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rece ived fresh -))I*5rlillildli.iii'd111ltof Ii roIlill-n
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GOVERNMENT POSITIONS
For University Men - Civil Service
Commission Prepares Examinations
for a Number of Lucrative
Positsons.
Presidlent iingeii has received the fol-
lowing instrsuctians (Civil Service Coin-
missioni) owhich nmay be of -interest Ito
studeuts:
Departmenit Assistatut,
Philippline . s'r'il'e,
Juni 3-4, .Pu1.
The Uiied States Civil Service
Colliiiioii invites atte'itioln CoIthe
her ACpt'il 23, 11)1), for ttie poitiaii af
del'll'rtill'tassistant i ill the Philippinie
se rvice, lihsas iiI) ell )iln'l l liic3-
4,i199,andulsol t111 0 003'tht tisex-i
ami'tionilh Sill 0ievheldei)11511ctee' in'
delis 11-' las blie ls tali eidi.
s)1ibjclo ni1entiinied Gblosw, Oitic
dieoleli:
Tlill is. 5'Oill lll Ito b sowrit-
e liio1i il)'' ir ft%)o 1 lii's;
i0relil oft olls".1 1 draft 8 8
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111ll1 p1 .1 ",'.iivil'l 13...... I._}11
Ctistli 1)1o11 sIitlialn, gI i'ill
i1101it, andigtil-plfi.y of the
fUllted Staties..... 3 e0l
l )illiil ii 101) lidsiall re-111
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RIGHT DINKS
SRAWBERRY,
PINEAPPLE,
k ORANGE, I
ANt)0TllEtfS AT
Jersey
Is a convenisent and
comafortable garmeont,
handy to slip on, al-
ways looks well.
Spalilg worsted
jerseys inany l~color.
or comibinatson of
co010s.
$ 2.00 to $40
WAHRS

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the bllI, rain to first andolputt out tl
miaii woohad ftrned Ike owrong svu:
wvhen hie ran over first base.
111,e 'ussr eand osunt'o'y folloso:
MINNESOTA.
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t'lyinat, 3b'....0 0 1 1
Caisotron, ' so .. 1 1 . 0 2
Metcalf, .1k. .: 0.0 13 1.
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