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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, J ANUTARY 13, 1894.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

IN HONOR OF ILLINOIS, support a crew this spring. Accord-j
The S. C A. Give a Reception to the leg to the Commodore's statement,,
Stud-:nts from the World's the navy starts the seasos fourteen
Fair State. hundred diollars in debtwstll no
lios tie SI. . hs iiaserepIloslpect of ]liquidatioo except by
the pprobllemlto(1 iowintoc prov-ie more the diirect support and cosnribtions
of the et l, tdns oo e studlents. M 1r. Brvown goes
covoon tiesay:sit tanteasted nid ei-
will dent, who seas p resent at liast ttoay 'Intskdnlc-
r tc-l petted to manttage te crewcs ill a liusii

ws u t V lirc il II liii W i le I l
:inc at tpm non U) ajoytlii ci
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Theoigr& oie icwit te

ness like scarse'cure rasees liar tierit
and idoiaiihuntdred ansi oneiiotthet
SL ime. 1 iiiii cirtailt anth N
Swtectoa.sume ttu1debtri)m5.i 3
a-r shicIiili e tsp ce to Nov
wit bu I t .a simall atnut( clc
SIcn atilat it ciiwioli e utocce .toisttt
thec rectr5alnivc5andti itt. siensf-
thiatsee tannotsmseet, nilItis debti

A SUMMER SCHOOL.
Arrangeements Are Being Made Cur
a Summer School at the U. of
M. this Year.
Thlonittg-felt ccant of t siirtrsier
scihool is to lbe supptliedl. ITe hoard
of Regents at its last mreetinig aui-
thrizued t"e formuation of suchita
schel and1111o1111 tsters are assasmt-
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)n th po s !, is e sheoret. ingio e e ws i tI lite excellet facuilities tiof'-riebI
litis iiitetretcrc si Ste raes tioturliibracry, laiboratories, eli.,ccill
cery ci l.st.\ileeCutritoitiiiti rtt( akce Ann .\rbatr a cvertcdesir-aible
nutally'oliy-to see te sitenccsub-
'Ilth- heart ta utllacrcltcccal ttac lcthecpuiet mneuths ice ridur.
if ctcti tle de T h'etaball has cusi beetn set tollitng,1
ilt-tease: it is tush attestint5itt tle ctt ct etle i -eieiI ti
ica d iif c-cou cectticibuttttrvitile sc s-
I~oc I fcot mr o ttendi-icentunt heli i1 lubI siuet1tr iliit it~cec
icc un ofa 'tr )rise i h li t ire tire.
i tiiofthe tdebt, sot ccocil Se ilt l
lif of flt. f. itisals ishiiearite iing tto () -
Westevr Football SOr-cifa
liiiere is noi~tt a iaa er (>f - I I -
tletic-s in theic' ountiiyct-is .eari'T hIle fllnticin - - i i Sblts e leil
( ii Ic's notIlfeel tat eli dii stit ' as forii So i as Itti it arranied- fcci-by
(_=rtiel l 5 coamttioo e. T l -act alit ijte WI.. . 1 - i
tVcst are alike afiec tell, andii it ac Kansasc cs. In ic-c -IowactCite,

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lx entertal i teauiecettlba iic
iti.5 the mantiy oi~ionsii of liar friendis
is Stt ertilaity."
'ToPvol.iKeisey seas accorded te
lacs tumb11r, sdit n tta ipeechbimrt
fliitli chumorand icgotodwill, lie
shicocedi twlaStbearinig lobbies ileavcnI
upndual riitlittesaintoldi hocrth ie
"hlobies'' of she ocal,i -otiantsis-rc-
cuill tice sei'llthroeciout u I .Ilc~ci.
lie iprt IIcls iii a xc ,.,
afte whcr cchil~ the ttninttii'tof tii
e~eliii -v i;a,, ciaIinicrencewi-ng; uilui
A' .1laealhour ti ctheucers''.tai-
iornedifeeliig..iprocude.ritict eveer
cit clii I litois.
Cornell Navy Hard Upa.

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bi-an a conustartit cruggle itr keepia ti) Nicc .
college athlietic organizatittic. Wea Missouri vs. ebt.,ictrac a.Cute
exitndour symrp~athcy- toa-r. lirowni. NO1Vc. 1Artistic Phohographter, f E. HURON ST.
D.Lombard's New Course- ass> i . ~t'e~,Nv
I nt tait;.kt rt'-HOT LI..NCLIES,
A nw ctcs, kown atorse I Ioa M.c't. Clubia, iiNov. r,. LownYeys (hocolctcs,
aiis offetedl ly- Dr. Lonmbardin l r op. a1- ass . o. , Ki- ansas city,--:T._.
tioat prait ctic al wccciin iilabotraci ite. CiNov - 2. ' UTTLE'S
woirkin pyiology.11 Th 1its coursecis Ixwa is. 'ccii, Itiicha, 'NOc. 29.ii. '148 S. STAlL\TE St.
cpei'ito jun1111110 ialiistudenits, c uA iintttc ccas rarriedt htitontil
literaits studtrianittiotes cwitorevery icther yea'ir Nebiraska ad a _HIhaesifcoil cmptdatbalwdtc hieofling icc'.i TID 0 InKvcSmT I l
cxl il t n smestersrk515iiii i P[i - Kacnsas ('ity, ticn 'I'ihandcs ivs l ay 11
Ii its'v ir ooling sitthc - is irf te IENaTIREti c ct:icO
Th li tuutocer tahuingth ie coturse ! hiirksgiviig game s.HO DA B OK
wte l cirtnitedi to tirtly andIaret o *4- St..._
Io lie duividedlus follwinto 1sdthree Harvard Yacht Club. AND FANCY GOODS
sectiotus: 1,Jan.i o to lab. 3 I, eb ) o Hr ; I. prl t A ahcuha utbenogn7
lead rnfo-ilarv'rirl kiarti t a usli ot gasuia- YW0 1rn lY . ' " f-rfr

N lay iifive afternoons a sweek, I -eunee land arwint .c are 1 e
Atbietics raf all kinds, at Cortuel :si- 0,Ter ilb atvrn
:43 to 3:45. All students dasiring jsi f3. 1hr ilb cieai
this year seeti tic Sate an up till associate mcenmbers, mren ocwning
to take the course should notify Dr.1
litte of it. 'lie football team wasIbombard of teir intentiorn. I boats alone being allowed So enter
a failore atidnowtr tnless the stu- --, _ -as active menmbers. Cruises will be
dents generously respond 1o an ap- On account of the S. 1.. A. lecture made in Boston harbor during She
peal made by Chss. hL. Brown, the Shin evening, the M. A. C. associa- spring term and an annual cruise of
comumodore of her navy, it will be tion will not meet ill one week from a week will slart from New London
very doubtful if she will be able So tonight. te day after the Harvard-Yale race.

vWAHR'S
UNVJJRSIT.YBOOSTORE
cOWNI TOWN, MAINUSTREET.

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