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March 29, 1894 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

What is nicer for Eas-
Iter than a box of Calkins'
Chocolates, 25c, 50c, 75c,

\ADollar Line of Easter Ties
at The Outfitters,
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& 7 QJ NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
7 AND ;STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAMA.
SENBA L LA ND PRI NG S
wbi( )i lLes-IfIr atpride 'tii alalited to be as Io as cani be
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Ladies' Artistic Hairdressing Parlors. --- - - --
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UNIVERSITY NOTES. tires/dent Si/ldc, o/f1/se AT/i/ct- IIY/uJLG w 'b&wlalVI
t~r t tr 4o =e w o /cvii- sassoc/at/ots, has ca//cd -a niee/iog ae, e ittte/ i ig-ieii,mtiiie se/e/
:r \ oe/s_/s sv//-ii lavit/ne udtiulihescest GOSLO LEAF
h/ dugtir '~~i/, svey /c;fur the elii of of/ieers Saturday, grwtin/noiriu
Pr4ds rg/ de o e./Apilri/,.BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, situ iibserve
/ tProf. IH. C. At/as'house caught n/ isevtteryii ice oniliioe t
li/s class /is Interntitonal Lawe today. blwfire yscrtybill nohesetrioustiidam-
itt/sn tMary Lon-c/eon, /92, /s teachl- yestIray, try &Gfkr 4ER5 -SACCO C0
agbewa dose before /the b/ase ws ,I
ing /n the sc/hoo/s of New Y ork ex/g/sel /i~ eRNaC'"t , IO/SOANS VIRGINIA
C/ty. Itrof. Pa/mer, professor ofl Mets
iss ea I.- is, /93 litis ta/l/P/i/osop/y, at/Ilarvard, w/// L ARL IN IT
teac/i/ng at Portage take, upp/er dti/ser the coslulescel/est address 0 i i /.II / Iie c( i it id
peninsl.hr hsya.e fa//letf snow' yesterday /ere- T/he great banjoC vir/tuosco, it/c- S~j~ d H 'rv~s
nentei/ tileibaseball candidates from/ lar/asd, wvila/p/ear at i/se o/pera - iUl ER It ~ hI
practi/c/ig.louse ton/ghti /lider the ausiisces i of . 2JLLLR
Prof. I-Knoiv/lt o lecured/to tile /tihe AnnioArbor 1ba/io club. ;/ i/n / nc/Ittl l t.I-.;Al.
ju/ior lsthsii/s morn/ig at us:15 0/n O'RoHirike, of DeItroic t/to h/i -ic
i/mom/s. ,,e costract for ttiti-thi/i/eir- ~ e~a~
tis lse/ic I/ asia, /93,i teac/ier Ifir of the "gymto for the jun/or itt/,
of 1st/s at Jacksons h/ginschool is fini/ic work wto ne/ii/ir cway. tiI iIiii
vist/ng fri/etids /n the ciy. Theetunivers/ty /G/cc ant I 1atjo No. 2 E. Wiashinyton Wit., 1
Tine rohi/ton c/nb tw/ilelect c/abs wvi// g/ve a coticert /n tCold-t/i
officers tomorrow evening at 7 water I{r/day etvening, Apr// 6, antI
o'clock, itt room t3 of the lanw o/i- in ttillsda/e Saturday, Aprir//
insg A li/st of /prospect/ve gratduates -/
Tlsose w/shing to attend thte jun- ban been posted on ite faculty ho/-/
/or ho/s as spectators can procure let/s board. This l/st is subject to H
tickets of any menmber of the com- correctiont, and any errors shouldi
mit/tee. be reported to the reg/sierar at once.
Secretary Manny, of th/e S. C. A., Mt. J. Reilly, champ/on 125-lb. C - ~~
will lead the Normal S. C. A. meet. wrestler of America, will wrestle at VICTOR Cycles Lead.
log at Yps/lanti next Wednesday the indoor meet April 7. George Cia/I for ctialogtnd utnutitle swhrels at
evening. A number of other msem- Barkley, champion of Detroit, in the M. Stuiebler's Cycle IEnporiun,
hers will accompany Mr. Manny. 135-lb. class, will wrestle with h/in. at1W. WASHINGTON ST, Ann Arbor.

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