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March 22, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-22

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THE U. OF M. DAILY..

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A 25 CENT
TOOTH BRUSH
IFR 3EE!
'To ooyhody who has booght from uwofulo
a25 cant tooth hruoh wch s/teds
its hristles.
THIS IS A STANDIING OFFER.
Calkins' Pharmacy

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SPRINIG YOJJMAN4 At theO JTFITTEJ1S.
ttte of $3.00 and $4.00 HATS in the latest Sprttg Shape.
The Finaest Line o1 Neckwennartin te Cits.
BROw:DzSi=&W~O

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( OOIE & WE~rS:0:o-~ NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
___________________________________________9 AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Epiuut~iLPRAYERl- 00 S AND HYMNALS
Whiich teselb ' ait20) per1 cenlt.Dihscount, and of - N

itArbor Savings 3n~
ie IdE'I. t t - nc~i to.7 Iiv .,5
SIt e i tti t cii iov t I t t - t
I x to
Vi . ,Sate ,r ii st. It- iilier. i ttli i
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
E RUNTING and ir+
- PUBLIHING
Li aco VWork a Specality.
-. Itos'Arttic laid of re, vin-Partots
lSti .5 .
iLEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
it SORTHAND. ittiicetibuilinitottie
evenioi ng boticeti - ipentheetireFyear
it. Itt .I tItit. Nt rat ii- et.Liia
so fo t ttitt attit estitterh iia
P. tas Rle.sCclEiniPoRannn
.11 W. WASIIINeTONx TAn Ara.

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I~ftt c~ o"'i-ii/ thI/it-.leA-
P/,,tit olcoItit.l

IS rvtP; it visil hp / -.
Gi/its lightlic/itot I onoiti/t or i ti
itol 7Itt/ byli! )rtii v Cot.

41 Sawth Main Street,
,lAnnArbor, I~e D AN &CO PA Y

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
/. 1-. Kastl, E'. lE.i'cg t ao re-
tutrned thtis semlester to finish lisa
T/ic senior Its ailill be qizz/etd
next week on ite/ecturces in lt/lty
Juirisd/iction.-
'Th/ere wi/I be a oteetitip of the
Catitaliats boaed tomtorrowv afterttoott
at five o'c/ock.
11. F. Mi//lsoi// opeak in Newber-
ry /tal/ nei/ Sutnday tmortning a/ 9:t5,
ott -l/tsineso."
IT/ic Pa//adittm wi// be out early
text week. It wi// be so/d t/i/o
year for one do//ar.
Ilr. i/abel Deiuey, hontco/i'93,
is located at IFremont, O/i/o, atnd is
ettjoyitng a fine iractice.
I/c. J. A. Linfesty, Itotmeohi'933
leates thiosweeck forLoos titeles,
Cttl., iw/ereeewi/I locate.
l['he S. C. A. toetmbers of thte law
de/partmtio Ntisill ho/l a soci-si at
Neswbecry Ito/i, Saturday evening.

B/urnhatt, se/owis-ioittjuiceidittS-it-!
urdaly's icactice glate, is cotinted
to his boil, and it tooslieeti necessary
to pui itItosIsa/toedInee inia pli/ter
cast.-
Pro~spiectstire very favotrable hoc
secutritnp the Wls haicrosgani lor
Untiv-ersity ia/I, as those ivork/ing
to securesubscript/iotni ace tmeelitipg
willh very liberal res/potnses.
Thle fl/oswiti pogoratmt iilibe
rendlereil by Itie I a/nettiain So-
ceey, atl N icibessy hail, roonm 3,
tonmorosweven/ipg at 8/p. m.;
Mi/sc; ptaper, XW. II. Atterbury;
mustic; piaper, Drs. Nonra D~akin:
The followcing tmentoIol/c part ini
the /practie polie yesterday:t-tar-
sity- A/i/ersott c, Crawiford /1, il/c-
Ketnuie t b, lWentssorth 211 /,
i/eons 311 I, Russeli sos,-roontan
1f, Sb/c/c/s c f, Ho//istes, r f; Scrub
_Koetogs/eio c, S/ton-a//er p, Ain-
sisitn t t b, ilakives oil b,Choanmbers

9o-- UOF M. FLAG-
Y tm d bu ,-tI,
Il/ i AltOLDpi,ii -
! LQWEhgS, F OWV f,S
U FilEERTHNGA O 'VEAZYBOD
IO E AL, 0oti, l ep oic~
he :nRihmot n hStight Cus T(No.
(1AoncI(1Lrs eositss t
Itlcc i iio00 ivil f or roogt.
Ii 1%; CF rs.& F. 11. 1h1aai an SE1t, 1ne
WERWARE TBET
SCIGtAE-TTvSMOKERSwhtarc/ilt-
SPing padlit11.0 tanUhprice
chareSUMM tednr r 1ae iaretts
wilfind THIS BRAN Apeit WEl.
GheimntraWhtLpto.
TIE LAD.RIG TIO,
No. 2ade.frWahingetnmst., Nical

A/i rand/c/ales of I/ic'97 baseball 3d b, Pepple ss, Ilen/ly, /If, Coti-
teatm are reguested to nmeet in room don c f, Car/te/I r f.
A, at ba/f /1001lets neil Saturday Adelphti will ho/l its nmce/isp this
nmorning. even/op. A very interesting pro-
The Ph/lologteal soc/ely wi/Ilnmeet gram has been arranged as followo:
t/h/s een/ag ini room E, at ba/f past Muo/c; "Mteors anod Conic/s,'" C.
seven. Prof. Ml. L. D'Ooge so/il t. Gil/is; impromptu debate, Ales-
read a paper on i"Presentation of srs. Newton and Campbell; addreas,
the Ant/gone at Toronto Un/ec- C. G. Zeidler; Dos/c; debate, iRe-
ally." Dr. Leser will speak on solved, That Nationalism Would
"tThne Etymology of French gene," Solve the Labor Problem;" aft.,
and on 'The Life and Work of WV. Pierpont; neg., J. Dearborn;
Friedrich Die" C cr/tic's relport, H. V. Levy.

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