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VOL. XI.

ATNN ARBOR, AlI1h.. " THURiSDAY, MAY 163 1901

*. ..Our Special Line of....
Foreign and Domestic!
FABRICS
FOR SPRING
has arrived and is ar-
ranged for inspection.
We have the largest as-
sort nient in the city,
G.9 H.WILD CO.-
lob Ei. Washington St.
Artists' Material
1A Complete Line fur
Water Color, Oil
OR1
China Painting
WILDER'S
PH ARMACY

I MAY FESTIVAL IS ON
Mlendelsschnos Elijah Will Be Render-
ed T--Night--Fameus Artists
Will Appear-Choral Union
Chorus Takes Prtini-
cent Part
Whien the C'horal Union inl 1894 an-
noinll1a festival! it was looked 1u1pon
its a solewvilat loolblflil exierilnlt,
a11d the 1(lotst inlIk i' (1d(1 llot 1oo0k
forwuardlto te 0uccess '11)01 1(a0
crowne~d tile (1f0r1s 0)1thie'to whop)
it' uoeptloti woo, 11ne. A lpl ee at I1ill'
ll')isswhio havebens ea1111 rd111 1 ot se
concert"0 and a11silldl o)1 ilhe'lisitlof
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tating 111thetrules tif tile 1associ-1tio1.
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0 l1eh' Gun's Yesttrday

No. 169
A SLOW GAME
Varsity Defeats Chicago In. a Ragged
Game-Chicago Plays ths Bet-
ter Ball After thu 3rd
Inning-But
Loses
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~'JOLLY'S9
'FOUTAIN -31
FOR THlE
RIGHT DRINKS
________________________MRS. KUNKIM--IIMMER0AN
Alave11seen00ma1de1't11011 ltedelssollll's OFF FOR THE' EAST
AS)) oln o iIIs Ie(iiltp. T'l t per1form-'1
r~s aneioftill ooirk 11 illn tro, 011011 Base Ball TIearn Leaves Mithloan t
LO n y00as1896, I))aroousedl-petit'enthuslasmotti, t 01Depot at 9:43 tonight-
I litii is fotoitat too' is no-oited owiit Brown May i e Played In-
Choolaes intret: 'hefollhowoil"sioloisto-will,1 ste-sd ef ikanhi attati-Ne
appe l . eanot at Bttfi'ala
SReeved fresh 0001)-oveek j} I 'otilsito 11. ttlwt 1A. 8)01111'.
of (ose llill'0l11f Plt0-Iiot L eslie IB'roo'n Ti h~e Lou) . 111 li :tit --o lenstosto ioalptt ti'o
but Illtiing ilie liii a) Iiss Fioloi4p lloollo'. Il - . 'i
ll. le n 1,1LAT; vit,1he 1-)1)111 'loft-the li)tOO(('' 1
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CAMPUS DRUB STORE ( Fresh Lawt Kick Out thu Seniors . " lotr "ooto'oi 'i1polw' iill lhe' ill
oi (n n i(, ''tiitttt oil Ito
. tie 1" ie to lieto' lays,1

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LAWVV
MEDICAL
A Wernicke Sectional Book
Case especially sailed'
Handsome in appearance,
grows with the lirsrary, es-
iay moved, eanily purchasbed
One section. holdinlg s.5
books, complete with Itop
andlit-f
$5.50
Firt ght paid to any point
east of Rocky Mts.
WAHR'S

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Stolen 1i0500-tOerrlifil)111, Ioo.Sonitit,
Slilderllilll, Mc(illis (21), 811)000, 1-1
eoo, Davoies., Strnukout-tBy Solth,x
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Pased bothl-Hariper. H its'y1pithler-
Fleoller. ,tteild(uclO-)0.l lllpire
o-Elacrofeld.

LBase Ball Team Leaves for East Tonight at 9:43 Standard. TURN OUT!

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