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March 27, 1894 - Image 4

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_____________THE U. OF M. DAILY.
What is nicer for Eas- \ A Da ltar Line of Easter Ties'C~
terthn abo o Cakis'at The Outfitters,
Cooaes, 25c, 50c, 75c,
QQ1"Z ]E&(H NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
7AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
A :- nT7I. Ate'S.HOR~2MENd T OF
EISCOALPFRAYEIR-OO S AND -i MNALS
%V10i"11Athey' selRlcat.!()1wcenIt. Dis)colunt, Idll I

AnArbor Savings Banak
rIt /: A nder i'stie. iGeeralItlain- Laws
sf this dte. 15cciis deoits, buy.ssalsd
'c 1. eccsaii cc icts pincipali cities cofSt
t"niteti stctes. Dt,-:itsethed uponprper
Sle3t ticasttf. :hol~ dpsiit bhxces.tocrenl.
(treseoss. tCI~ss;.stiat Mackl, tres.:W. I15.
ilrssssts, Vice Pres.. thas. E. flisctwk', Ca-
shier, _1). tlrite Asst.C'schie.
"HOE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
PRINTING and .-
-~PUBLISHINGr
St mdeat Work a Specialty.
Il° - ktsed ;LossstPrctestin the Cit
gar:tits5Artistic HairdressingParors.
Shcicdies'citsc, man icuring ce '
1 ; : attptteaitttetntties inthe ti e ste;
f~1h cMs.J t Toanwid 0E §a
v: > oe abhop
WARWICK
Pie -Prear qestionescistiwhct ytot ta'
fo acc bicycle, btu t ht thiectdycle petc
yet inreortie rte ependstiture. Front
1 hrie, statndpotintte Warwick is the
iese;t eccttttcsettl siheel sette.
BICYCLES
I t Th Warwi.ck ,sive ste gretelt
:1mnt of. e llea'stte wstsith(teestetiteli-
s;itersetfstrengsth; it Is te hliiest taltti
itsrigid; tis ttteyt ett ,scose-
iutetlyaifs tt.i'o(itei'.It is ttuilt toe
r P;4 .nd ttsthe flilltttett tesite
setsi_. Wnkrwiuskns ee mttte to tast;
it(tteyttguarantttteedttt.'oetieiil.
E ;,1 ' Sitt l KWaric7k 2-Itt. ta I 551 set' I
t i st 't-iotttt. etsotttdsttti Iliist
wt rit. se s tit oltstsssrtc tse eteevIt,i
cetetts is i.isleas..See it! Yout'lbeemt
i ttittielsetntsst.
LEADERIS
Isz . stttes t ess.enttis ttf Warwick
'esisseettictiosase brousghit it subhet iotsot
0 s' isislit:yirst, sst atssleli te
ti sittstt'ista ter-citesietstitWhens
is )ty atWaic'stik, yet pay fteeuitlty,
.is-ssss~titdisc. ac. Staindardptice,
I tti«r>,oites .ftree in oustistitiegi
WARWICK4 CYCLE MFG. Co.,
SOR.NGFIELD. MASS.

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WINCHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY --s U. OF M. FLAGS.
2~62 Waasnh Avenue, Chicago. I'ntslstt ill psi1sss. iMost lihtlsers me5e5 rs~n. Al zIks ttssrI- ss e°tlstiss. Prce.',1l5ii
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Hascs obac odoet.
Ratstitter beten t tin taels-
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dis.o ttpile thile lisjht.
Is ascsihittetcs distille clcr. I
Giv'es lighttjltsethwsm otss ort ssos
Seis t isby/ /ciLsis diCfos

44SuhAnn Arbor Mich. DEAN & COMPANY.

UNIVERSITYNOTES. Po.Co -eii a ici im
Vise senior lawes are being iquizzedi stereior frenieloirticicrd.fo
tlsis week in equity jurisdiction. suevorfmthsihwad
Williams Iillings, '95 lit, enjoy ed Captain J. Baird had the football
a visit from his fattier ltst week. nien out yesterday afternoon on the
Work has been begun on reiioe- campus for the first spring practice.
ieg the Greek inscription from tie Messrs Lorie and D)acepi reed
gym. special reports yesterday in Ptrof.
W. S. 'Frost, ltw 'Hi, tendswife, Henmpl's class in Eniglishi literatuire.
are visiting hsis mother at No. 6 N. W. W. Waterman, '97 Iit, was
Ingalls. called away from college last wceek
Candidates for '97's ball leans tre on accouti of the dleathi of a reta-
reqlnested to report on the canipus lice.
cacti day for practice. 'here weilt be a putpil's concert,
Oiving to the cold sweathier, the 'Thursday evensing, M\areth .25, at
candidates for the 'Varsity leans did; ei-ht o'clock, at Fieze Memorial
nut practice yesterday. Is il, School of Mlusic.
R_ . SG(arwood, '9a2 lit, and wife, 'rt ician cho Mse's
whlo is teaching at Albion, is eisiting ci ihd inrcouii 2 I/nier-=
his psarents in this city. shty hail ott Friday at 2 o'clock pi.
VTie next social circle reception usand continue Saturdaty. A sy-
of the Hobart guild will be given on isopsis of the program wiili e gicen
Friday evening, April 6. Friday in Tttir Dm ixi.
11r. Everett, '95 law, tins return.-lFrank F. Whitnmore, '96 lit, who
ed from his home in Ohio where he was injured Saturday in a collision
has been detained by illness, with a friend wchile attempting to
Prof. Jn. B. Clayberg, of Mon- catch a fly ball, has recovered suffi-
tana began a series of lectures on ciently to be removed to his home
Mining Law to the senior and p. g. at Buchanan, Mich. It was thought
laws yesterday. Hie illuntrates the at first that a blood-vessel had beets
lectures by the use of a nmodel of ruptured in his head, but only slight
the Black Hawk mine, bruises were sustained.

TR ARE THE BES /
CIGARETTE SMOIKERS hoarci li
chargsefortorinarytrlstie gartts
still. end THIS BRANDcstpteritisattother.
The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
CCG-A .EL"ES
sreme frolethe ie tfit, issst dlitie
itn flsivos, tasthigttiost Gc OLD LEAF
grown in iri~5giiai.
BEWARE iF IMITATIANi, 1stndsossere
lists tile namsse sittheits' itituee.as
helict csin ey pacikge.
551 AWK& G Q 4MEI t+Q c,
WE ARE 1IN IT
It ss is
7 nt, i ' la
VICTOR Cyrcles Lead.
Ga'sl for 'lstalst(s astdiexamtine wheels at
M. Stinebler' +(Cycle Emporium,
11 W. WASHINGTON ST. Ann Arbor.

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