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May 26, 1901 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-05-26

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THE UIJNVERSWITY OF!ICHWfi~AN JVA-U1.

I~II ~b I Running high ;jump-Kenanu, Det.
Unit.; Fil. Cleveland Univ.; Haler,
turned onit to b a uitilloilent h n I ennti obcnrt
It ws epec~tlthat tie'astn e ltduo h rop xamr!
organtizedi and strewgihenedterteil h neshlsi \a aro
opritig vacation trtig)by tte addtionof out, totiWthe arrangemenlt of eveto
SomeO of the old men woutli make . an1d exe(tttionf of Salle. The whole of-I
Strong ohooving ; against anly i-totem'i fair wooa entirely oatisfactory and dloea
team. lint we mave fatiled-ilin-evyin great (credit to the VT"arsity aitrd young
stallee-evell whenl we itort theson- itlelto aswell.
taitolsectalclos tatts o tu tot. There Iwere IT eventiseich giving "5
Whiee is the ditfi-elty 'tSorely the pitstfor first. " for secotnd, o
tfoochitig has b1 acfictt-ent atoil iitiatthird and 1 f'r fonrtih places rtspect-
couldi to-aoketd for. 'Tic row lmoteriat ively. miaking 0a totalot 187 tmiztto t
-vastitoodi 00 oet1. Untdoti elttire- Iabttt11ttie itheO taiet.
Onct ani t-ltliti i- otiss ~~ iThe litritintioti -cas as follow s:
tiroten string of (defetsOtowE.,otali ir-. le.I.S SIttt:AnAbr t
frait fom ~i~itoiit.TheV~asit to letroit Utiiv., 18: tlecelanld uiiv., 17;
fnd afro ogmeoh.iTheog 4 arl *.l~- (iratl ttiiit(l,. l1i: Orchard Late, i16;
te tttts i stnitAeriadot tntoctbeiltutat tyyneao. 71trectoilic,. ;5: Moniotee, 5;
.themastis Wler c°rt th N Itt-i.n te Sclttttl fur Boys. 41; tttwtll, -4:
nlialt-to tu. e oot. fury nt ec~e ottti-.tttl I t. W.II. S.. 4: Latisit, 2; Ttcdco.
w~le to ve st.lii'tyhayieiiooi-t t oitlarsiotil anitiI tiat-titrit. 4 eat-l.
tioe thei-'V'arsity is tt try il;atowoy tot
ret rieove the piit oeeks Iossis ity owil- Junior Law Party Monday
Tfhis 1istill owitliiitoit reit-li. T'fur 1)1(,lIii- liitio ss iviti Itilltold.11thter
teanimtiot itteveittp itre i-gh~tiiig stirit, if tutu iijoiytitie Itarties Mottaity it
hoocever, if out exitetstut titisti1tue ft ii>tit'i. l'liaffttirit-\ill te tfit~it
Vsott itei-l. Nit"aoste is tillishedi til :a1tttitie siii-wvaist toill tie the ititoper
tolttillaitil tule last itttiig hts beetul titiig' siiouiiltit ctiici te enlitt. Thei
glloyrfi. 'liii taithtos learnthi iis it's- '. if 35 1u-tihetsrooill fiiriiisii tue
suitseoti'ltimges oili iiietriiijust fiii- not-ic.

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- hee sTake NoChances
WHfEN BUYING' CLOTHES READY-TO-WEAR
ohr i nly one sort that will never disappoint
you in tlle excellence of the fabric, correctness of
. ~style and general value-for-price anct that sort bears
(the nanme of -
I.THE fS n STEIN-BLOCK CO
I I We Ita-e sold this make to our most particular cus-
toniers and have never heard' anything bnt com-
mendations from the wearers.
We have just received the newest creations in
~ISTEIN BLOCK'S MUST FASHIONABLE SPRING
SUITS.
Copngt 1904.ncoti
i TLnesh itThe Ralston FOR....
..Health Shoe.. xI Artistic x'
The highest comlspimnent ever Picture Eraing
paid it Malt's Shoes.------------AND
COIFORTABLE, HYGIENIC,
SENSIBLE SHOES FUR MlEN FiePc rs
Price $4 GO TO
Sold Only by...
Geo. H. Miller, OE FRIES' ART STORE,
212 59. Main ,St 217 S 4th AVE ANN ARBOR
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nutp, )teUt.v.: itaruttitll(t,icao N.
t. iiiNaloDt 1e 52.
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a1ire, 1)t. 7 tic. etDt 1
thtlf-mui-erl-o-Stintit Olt.IaoI.IS.
Dlc i.; intOi ILayke; Caomnieltit'l,
rfu-e;artieta; luidtsii. .PSt-
atuce, 52 f. Ti/mei.2:*15
Rtau-il it-T} motitIcuramOmbRnlde.
11. S;: te, (Peiv;l Fiitaey, Pet.
UnoivDt 1 .;;mRsDearb o; SVeik,1.lSi
boag on.er, V. Di.; QaisrelMileaE,
-SoWmeDi,.D istaone 10 ft. 1aina.

ivent btu e tlta-ts aitlit ouiii tatt
th itoil 50.toitlts hi-stiear]os.beet
Ask CALKI'INS.
FOR Al
LA W
OR
MED ICAL
LIBERAw4RhY
A Wernicke Sectionol ]look-
Case especially sitited,
Htandsome ini appetrance,
grows with the titrary, eas-
ily moved, easily puirchsed.
One section holding 1251
books, conmplete with tsp
and bass.
$5.50
Fri iglit paid to any point
east of Rocky Mts.
WAHW'S
Chef d'oeuvre de
I'Exposition Universel
BY
Walton,'sagio, and Champier
ADDRESS, 3i3O5sOUT11STATE STREE.
The poblilere af thin week received l
Grand Prite and Goid Medai at the Paris H.
paosition for its excellence. Alt warksoda
subascription only.
Redmond, Kerr & Go.
BANKERS
41 Wall Street, New York
'Transact a tgnerat baninghbusiness.
Reeie deposits subject to draft. Divide.c
and interest collected and remitted. Act,
Fiacal Agents for and negotiate the isnue
railroads.,sreet railoways, gas compsanieset
Securities Caught atid nold on commis "ion.

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P ILADELPRIA CORRESPONDENTS. 1 207 asingL n tret IGR 1ADE VAN ELS AND GRATES.
GRAHAM, KERR -ti CO. ________________________
CoigOut Sale of..,. We are: headquartees for every thing in the line of furnishings tot.
Closingtudents' looms,
BIYCE at -COST L'AMPIS, OAIL CAMS,. PHOTO HACKS. SHADES
WASTE PAPERBBASKETS, (USPIDORS.
ATOur Prices You Will Always Find the Lowes.-
MARKHAM'BAZAAR-
BRON5SDRUG STORE 25SUhMAI SRET ______________
215 OUT MAI STEETNEW STATE 'PH-ONE462

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