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January 24, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-01-24

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NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

AND i) IILJtAR CIAPE'IsASNI)1.1.l)UPII( XTOll'.s.

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ety.E tond ot -i see madtte uon otes t sonotice.
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lr E'ashto ton Street 1Does ototct- t1~eyvitot A I ot ° ir ctrrir/
lk;Ios10 ~0dm '. GFr o to ptm, oo/ttolttiyt.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank It0oXXt tXXtt/t0roItottttttoliilttotI
6 ArA bo tee d X X p tt ito ) it Otpto o jt'etoupt s i t i h t ttmoF (;o. oI
of tots "ttet. teceoives detosiots, boys and
selltos ctt !on heo t r incipalt itiso to he Xilltmet alloy Tieoae i i
1"onteoX Statee. tirofts eotsoott upon p roper 41 South Main Street.DE N 1& ^!{f A .
idenottteaotoot. tt tofty ot oxes oo totet;. Ann Arbor, Michs- DEAN & CO PAINY
trr'tt~tso titettttAlacke,, Pres; W. ).
Harrimanot.Vttr Pres. ; Xhtos. E. Ilto t ok, Coa--
shttr- M.J. FriXe Asst.Xteehter. UNIVERSITY NO ES. I o~tato vl eieeMrl
Writkleevil beotto Iidae. a2. lHe evtll speak ront"tOter Bitt-
tt" .. Freshmooan social this evenitto. ojtoceofPoriatiso

$1.50. UNPRECEDENTED, $1.500
THEIi kLOF M, BAIL
o t e t C oleVaot .oot
$Ui3$CR1BE NOW +.*
AtXD1'0t 0FI I.Opea 1)1 oote 51£
too at StI0IIIA,.'I"SoNewos Stanod.
Ladies' ArtisticoHairdtressing Portors.
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aocootottltoot otooo toolintheto't,
f0tehiottt ;firs. J. 1Xt''ttt o s oe, 80X I. NOtset-
o r~ton St. t oovlooetsop.
FIRST IN AIoGNAL BANK
tOlt ANN ARt30EtI.
Capittt,X$5,XX0. Serotes anod Xrotsto. StI0tt.
'Tooceooatst genoerolttoskioogttbosinessO. For-
eigno oethoootgt boooght ansold.otLletter:; of
credit toctoe o totr0oavelers aboaood.
P.1B OIPres. S.W1. CI0ASK1SON, Cashoer.
PALACE + BARBER + SHOP .
Anod SBothItotonst W. H. OW EN, Prono.,
NO. 4 kast Huron St.Oposie tCoutsI
Houose.HeotoCol andlbSa olt Baths. Por-
celain tubs.
ANN ARBOR
NTHWM IJAhUNDI Y 60.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.'
E. S. SEEVISS, - Manager.

O. C. Seel ye, lit 'oo is supercitX
tendoenot of scltools at Racito tIis.
.Ir. I lill XCV0500so unable t totetet
htis class yestertav ott accooto of a
severe colol.
Jesse I. N.Iilsptatgh, lit '79, ts
sutperintendtentt of schools atX Salt
lake City, ['talo.
The neet attractiono itste S.1..
A. coOVOC- will be the Newv Vorke
Phlilharm~tonliVcclub, on Feb. 23,
Thte intercollegilate colntest of th~e
Northerot Oratorical leaogue will be
held this year in May at Mladisoos,
WVis.
Thursday, January 25, will he
ohserved thtroughouat the United
Stales as a clay of prayer for col-
leges.
The sheriff has in htis possessioon
a black mackintosh withXout a cape,
saupposed to loose beeon stolen from1
a student.
Prof. Kosowlton will, durinog next
semester, glee a coarse of lectures
on Jewish Institutions in tlse Time
ojf Christ."
The Choral Union has comomenced
practicing "Verdi's Requiem,"
which is to be given by the chorus
next month.
Next Sundsy mIorning the S. C.
A. service will be "A Synmposium
on College Ethics" by Messrs.
Robinson, Wilcox, Van Tassel,
Gore, and Miss Baldwin.

Fraotk 1I. Smtohtl, lit 'g' of Alots-
ko-gooX, is spend0Xin~g to lets d10s isit-
XXXg frientds t theUnivers ity.
It is ptroboale thatt otto Mare-It git
I-Ion. (Gilbert Reidi eilil ltctre or-
fore Ithe S. C. A. ott-the Chinrese
I~st losieos Act.'"
'rof. Willett swill sootnlbegin XX
short coturse of lectoures, at Neew-
berry hall, on "Introduoction to lthe
Neov Testamoent."0
Prof. D eutns class us Master-
pieces is considering Wordswvorth
this wceek. Tentnyson will b~e te
subject next sveek.
Prof. Taylor's class int landl irosb-
cums wiii attend Mar. Post's lectotre
totuorrowv torning, itXsteadiof useet-
lng at the usutal itotur this afternooe.
Copies of the directory of the
lasw class of 09onmay be itrocured
X roma its editor, Geo. A. Katzenber-
ger, at 48 Reaper block, Chicago.
'rie ladies of the S. C. A. have
organized a class in phtysical culture.
TIhe class wiii be under thse direction
of Miss Sara Whedon and Miss
Helen Baldwin.
Prof. Scott las devised a system
of graded conditions by whsich slu-

WMR_ FULDEqg
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U. OF M. FLAGS.
ftLO liTJ4ii'OW ledil
-4UN1 mv1 ,Lt~i luestckpi
tojtot st~o0 tt~~ o-o t tot iP ie,$1500
XX. d~ttt'. t-se. 10 . t~tS v.t Co-oe
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C pt 'log 100 ~o-1tOO 00il o fts $toe 00 .
d~lo 04vtoett lo sim to i0oto ooootiSal
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orJ{eAImoo" Peso-tot 0000 Eoogtot [tf0000 oto icer
05 Btankotso o e ooto ttur yeveng. LA
BEARE F AETHE B01tETo-
itngtto payo i t ttt m ore tanthoepce
chare o rt he s socday t ra de C. grt
Th0e Rco 'nStighedto- C ut o, I
in t(/flv or, ndcighest cist/iOLDo-LE(oF

dents-who hsve failed 1o pass in a dAced p-ice Oes the (rooo/s ci ee/rO~.
course can determine for themselves
the amount of additional work nec- G u lIY
essary to be done. The system will NO N A P
be put in operation in the Rhetoric
[classes at the close of Ibis semester. WahntnEs The Leading Tailor.

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