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March 23, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-23

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THE U. OFM. DAILY.

What is nicer for Eas- A ]Dollar Line of Easter Ties
Iter than a box of Calkins' at The Outfitters,
LChocolates, 25c, 50c, 75c,
Ior more. B30WD1S8 & MAWW8'3SON.._

MOQE LE & W-J~cLEOaR ,

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

=.S_= A FUZZL SSORZTlSet 'z'TT -----
EPISCOPAL PRAYER-BOOKS AND HYMNALS
Whi'l i l( t , atH 20s t .)e pce nt.iscounst, andi of _
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Ann Arbor Savings Bankf
AnntoArbhor. Mich. tapsital ockh,$50,00s
Onxattize undter the tGenerati RankinittsLaw
of tiseStats. ttosettt-o deptosits,,tony:;and
se/is exceiatt-e (tl the oriolacities of the
Unitted States. tertliscashed uopotpa titer
dentifieation. S tety deitoit hboes to rent-.
O'Is i: ' t ist~ia Mack, pres.; t. 1).
Hartsan, Vito Pree.; (Chas. S. titsoo , Ca-
shtier 3. J. lFritz At.tCashier.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
PRINTING and-
- PUBLISHING
Student Work a Specialty.
iBest WashkmetntniLotettrcesttttity.t
Ladhles Artisticitairdressinag Parlins,
p ttett ttirtee~n' ttt s ittt Ot th nu
Lasatttt SHRTH N tet oett ititt atest
ts itn.tttiis.ttJ.i1ttt oaitt sst30 tait eshtt
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P.l R.lc's CLEAiYPRiES,
coolWofWASIICOTON BT,-Ann Arbor.

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Ifits inotdoddt,. (:N's aitpttts shift /light.
1/itts i itt een ini itt itt/Is aits site is its tilliitti t'ttt
It is p~~~t ,eitoetrtttisict attes tt nit zihzts oeo.oo.
44 South Main Street. DEAN 4f&1COMPANY.
Ainn Arbor, Mltich.D A

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Seventy iier cont of the law sttu-
dlents are from outside states.
Wrinkle held a meeting lasttinight
to tdiscuss the junior Hop numher.
P. 1t. Seyttootr, '93,it instrtictor
itn chemtistry at Lake Forest Utniser-
aity.
ise Castaliano has gone to press.
atnd towi lie out immtediately after
vacation.
Prof. Ilentitot finiased Isis S/sake-
spefare lectures in the University ex-
tension course at Jackson, Wednes-
day evensing.
Th Itper ofnOtthie life and work
of H athlorne in the Atierican lit
setinary, Tlhursday, toss given hy
.\lisso Helen Rice.
Next Tuesday the class in Great
/ rato tvil have a tmermorial sec-
tice it onotor of the dlistinguished
patriot Kossuithsowho died laht
wveek.
Two new cases are to he placed in
thte nmusettm. They wolhe used for
a collection of fias from Japanese
wasters, presented hy Dr. Sterns, of
Detroit.

The Y. M. C. A. tvill told a ral-
ly this evening at the Blethtlehem
chturch to twhicht all yottng mets are
invited. Music twill he furnished hy
a soledt quartet,
It seems that plagiarisum is toot
confined to the U. of M.\. The sin-
ner of the intercollegiate oratorical
contest at lDelpauwv has been accused
atnd convicted of plagiarismi.
Mliss Marie Allltands and her sit-
tee, Mrs. Pearcy, twho have heen at
tlheir hoote in L~ouisvidle, Icy., for
several tveeks on accotut of the /11-
nets of Mvrs. Pearcy, have returned
to college.
Saves. M.Nisnasan, of the senior law
class, lhan appointedl the follotwing
conmtmittee on Conmmencetoent invi-
tation: ()reon E. Scott, Charles A.
Denisot, J. I" Postton A. L. Itratt
atnd Mr. Wadleigh.
The regents, at thseir teetttng yes-
t rs/ay, granted Dr. A. B/. Prescott,
Otf the pharnmacy department, leave
of ahsence for the rest of the year.
Ptrof. Reighartd tas granted lease of
ahsence for the coroing year.
In the ahsence of the Pastor, Rev.

01.WM_ R. FULDEE,It
£i'I1Sr CI.ASS -64 AIL.OR,
WilitamStrse et t ,itoWet if StateSttoet..
U. OF M. FLAGS.
SlettliittgSi/st-s enamtlted in
aotetittpa. tPrice, $i_0.
JIM11. ARNOLD, Jecsett.
fLOVVER~S, fz.0VOW 9
COUNY: t& HILL, r1rtc Ots. '-Tlon 1.
ij~heJjarrners and1.reCl1rn its' tjaniht
Cta, tt0 tttttti aa,;and ootst.Paro totes
Dosi iee tittg sins. titPayster-
e (ittttoinst Itit. asa el
CIAeptBSoKesoiet. t
lftDankiittetttlsotttttt evetog
iiiitI TlS RE s00TiE5BESTtio
The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
CIGI%£+TT IOS
sreemadtetsom ttte bitesftst,motdlat
inito,sadigiesosaiGOLD LEAF
BEWARE OS IMITATIONS, tt tandobse
ttat tte nmoft0 tie i asmasiatats as
heowatisaai onteryinck ag
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WE ARE IN IT
NSthto Finte Limeof Itportdand
Dtomestic

Prof. Townleyas class in practical
astronomy will hegin work with the
instrument at the observatory flex'
MNonday. The class of twelve is di-
vided into sections of two, each sec-
tion working one evening a week,
from 7 to 9.30 o'clock.

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e

J. T. Sunderland, Mvrs. Sunderland SPRING and -4- ~ )flr
will fill the psulpit of the Unitarian I - SUMER VA J1b
church for thse next two Sundays.
Suhject for next Sunday nmorning: s0ilt FASHIIONABSLE NVEARS.
tiThe Historic Resurrection and the {
Real Resurrection." Bible class at Go i",r1 1LJ3
i nm., subject: iiSweedenhorgian. H I1 ALR
ismo." Children' service in the
afternoon. No evening service. No. 2 E. WsintnSt.,MAM

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