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February 23, 1894 - Image 4

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THE U. OF MN. DATTY.
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NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

TE XT BOOS FOR THE SECOND SEMESTl"ER
? EIW kA ) 2X X lANA)s. NoTEI'-3Qta 0Is A ;I'cA IX,.

Ann iAr ikbor fxra Bs,
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THIE ANN ARB~OR A 'US
PRINTING and-
-- PUBLISHINGI
Student Work a Specialty-
"etrWorvesu))))))Lmct Pies is thICHV
Itscie s' Artistic Hairdressing Parova.
:YOU o as I saw lt%:

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Pty :: iotI cl~iV )VVA his.Pots Iwd )sk r iatliiiiiiiij. . U. OF M. FLAGS.
lii',,Sno ld pd~r. G't2 S (t poe )vI IlVt hI.
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1tr):ei 1)'tl((i'ael~l1. (ite h rt l c ln h it ))) i of 0''r.V cilV X ;end) i. lejeMik in
I) )]] VeX) Spromptly.V oldVoVVV V ) .I etrcC , JriM i. PriceL , Ii1.511,
4 South M6+ain Street. ]D AI O P N .{
Ann Arbor, MincsDEA VCO PAN. LOWX U O~?
UNIVERSITY NOTES. AMiss tLucie Seele, lit '6, s r~reie e. 11.l
Mr.NI.S. rus ii intrutorincovering from her illness and will
history, goes to Detroit today. betkntHe iii a aoMc.Iji ill1~caiS~ahh
tomiorroiw. t I
rhe juinior preliminary Oratorical 'tehusdrdd po frth I)I ),),Viiiiiii2V]$70))
cVontest swillI occur Monday night. Do . es 1ii0 eeidbiiu- )))buslell.Pays inter-
course in the ptilousopthy 0freliin ~ o nI Savings Oeposias. as Poiety
M r. C. L. Wakefietd, tit 15 re- Philosophy It, are W ,\edinesday r.. ioEsi, Vl es. oF. H. IiETSEER, rishier
CVivIVI a visit from his fattier }rester- anid Friday. ay Romni25. 1a)))lopenS Saurday evening.
day. The Casiatian thoardt, not to he
Maiiy bogsis conilitiios svere sent outdone by Wrinkle, producedt'a
out by prartirat jokers to fresthmen, court jester in exact imitation of our thswe. - -
thisss'ek.humorous papier's, yesterday after-,
A very pleasant reception was noon. ~A
given by the S. C. A. to Southern M .lui .Sely ii14 eh NfM h lOA
stuidents, last night. has lieen at his lhonme in Caro, T IY

M~r. J. P. Doltirer was initiated M~ich., on account of the death of
into the secrets of the IDelta Chi his mother, retiirneid to college yes-

ilil theIPhotoreta vset lioket Woi ti,:1
Witch1Camira.lPriel$2.50'
MOORE & WETMORE.
FLR TA1NA1ION ALZBAN K
OF ANN ARBOR.
,Capital. $60,000. Surpios lied Frofts ,000.~l
Transacts a general baoking busioess.- Vor-
elgaa exchange bought and sold. Letters of
.4ereslit procured for travelers abroad.
P., BACII, Pres. S. W. C5XA5KSON, Cashier.
~$0A MONTH COM[ISSION CAN- BE
~easily node sellinug a staple article, or wre
will pay you a stated salary.. A general amet,
# sale or fenale) wanted so every city., towen
ad enonuy- to -handle .our goods. Adrss
4ith stanpe, HO'sUSEHOeIss Fossgil Co., No. 7"
matdih sib'St., Richmnd. Va.

aafter the lecture yesterday.
Miss Jeanette Caldsvell, lit '94,
attteinded a reception Thursday, at
the Komi of tier sister in Saline.
'l'te nuniber of candidates for the
baseball mans is increasing every
day. Pitcher seiiis to be the covet-
esl position and niany men are out
for it.
Tliibera of editorial hoards
should he on hand at the meeting
tomorrow afternoon, at two o'clock,
room 24.
'T'he graduate club held a very
pleasant meeting at the residence of
Prof. B. M. Thompson last night.
Between fifty and sixty were present.'
"Methods of Note Taking" was dis-
cussed by Profs. Scott, Taylor and
Reighard. The faculty was also rep-
resented. by .Profs. Adanms, Stanley
and joboson and Mr. Dow. ,

terday.
The next nionity meeting of the
Womnen's League wviii be held to.
morrow at 4 o'clock, in McMillan
halt. Miss Julia ping, professor of
history in the Ypsilanti Normal
school, will address the League on
" The Fettered Soul." Mrs. An-
gell will give a short practical talk
011 "The Duoties of Hostess and
Guest.''
French, Second Semester.
Cotsrse 27 (Satire: Boileau and
Regnier) will he given by Mr. Bour-
land, Monday and Thursday, 10:30,
room 2.
Course 25 (English into French)
will not be given.
Mr. Levi will give a course in
French literature (17th c.). Lect-
urea and reports. Monday and
IThursday, 8:15, room g.

CIGARETTSMOKERS wio are seilli
beingtopay lile monce thiathe price
chairged fcr thc ordinary tlae iaett'lles,
willfindTH11IS$BRANDsperiiiticailaiothers.
The Richmond Straight Cut Nos I
CIGARFETTES
see mad eam tle brigihiest,smst delicatee
ifliavar, alnd highst cosi GOLD LEAF
geswni1n Virgiia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIOS,5 and observe
isat thec nanme si tie niasliactarce as
beissw is oevey package.
TAKE NOTICE!
W e eoCCO'stoci('sd it/I lW'nters
Woolc-izs fid seill sell theme at re-
dusced price cai the Goods' must go.
x.14.WLp
wasNo n ,w The LeadingwTaloar.

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