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March 30, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-30

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THE UT,.,OF M. DAILY.

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

ForJ HOP novelties in fine HATS, SHOES
and FURNISHINGS call at the
OUTFITTERS,
B OWDISH & .MATTESON,32z S. STATE ST.
!1;0 I T.E (LOVES. DIRSS TTES-

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MQOE BJ &WEWMQRE,

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

-=ASE 2& JIUZc A SORZTMETW 0P'
T EN S-, BAS"E BALL AND SPORTING O D
ANlht h e otle 514 at pics ,G(51.1 .istee lto bets . Low 0 as ('an 55(
() dl u c "se Alle geo . I(. . .-

Ann Arbor Savings Banl
Atnn Ar-beeMich. Capital Stck', $50i,00.
tOraeeized (li-de.te seneel INakin-Las
at this Statte. lttc -i' s deoits, tuy-asl
tells excitne eon thi printcipial cities of the
United States. [Wafts cashettipoapseroper
identification. Sae ty depoit; hoxe-s torest.
tFIriCtons:('liristite leet, Ptres.: t. 1)
5arraman, Vice Prers.; Chats. E. Hisctt, Ca
shier- M4. J. Fritz Asst. (Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
PRINTING a nd -
-~PUBLISHINC
ESOT.SEL
Student Work a Specialty.
Beat tWorkmen and Lowst- Prices to the Ct
PM THE COLUMBIA
Standard Bicycle
of the World,
era-riot, lighti, eansro, is
prodtliftte tire stibicyilees
talishmtaetinItAsm--triastillre
nainsiitttplce at Sac itatd. Aliways
ael upto thte tint's tr a llse in
:1;dvcici', its werli-tlestes'ed antl
evari'ceasing ppulaitis a
so -urcer tf pride .'tsdlgratification
10 its maers. To rite ir t iei
an oitlttotriidt'a Clubitda is to
fall sotelof lthe fiilesit'enjoy-
mj tentaof astnole sport.
Pope Mfg. Co,,
Boston, New York,
Chicago, Hartford.
free a;;;tfan .iClubi; a iaec~y r'~~ii
COLL~OZ OF PYSICIANS AND SVUMSON
Goracre ff ltore oalt Writ HoeristsStreso,
oipposite Coos Countyp Hoisifit.
GRICAG-O, I_,_,.
The College is i rspprs with one of th1
fieet haildings ini the tiniteil State anid coi.
sates three amphithesatres, fouert clinic;i
rosoas and fis's laboratoaries.
Tareswintereteens beginsnmididle of Se ttelr
bte, 1littiand ens'early ini April, 1896, followe
hy an optinal spring teens, lies $10500 an
a laboratiory depsisit which is returnable
Paour annutal gradedl corses, with advance
standing far graduates in pharmsacy, and th1
Ilni-eresity prepariatory csarses, antecedes
ts she studly of Med1cine.
The Clinical and Laboratory facilities ar
unsurpassedl.
Fone eircularaof inormeation and farther pai
tinalaro, address
'DR. WV. E. QUIINE,-
8 13 W0.Harrison St,, ' Chicago, iI

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WINCHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY U. OF M. FLAGS-
262 W~labashn Avenue. Chicago. i irii tile px. Mtrst lilieil t r' ruterslzle.i; Is a o 1r e~tcl p101. Prie,,'1.50.
spts'ttlty ci igltIer positions, liita ri- _M 'i-;;p; t'iio- iS le-Ittc cii trk, a-i SENSi TMPitFiORT'T-.A? O ?,J
CiG1I tS iii as is-DJ r(

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firth (li ck.taDoes tiot Smtokceli
I odori Givest itpureiwit ie
ceni iiiaitr1el. -Is as wtitlt s is i
aribloui Gaies ligh t iitu
irmty oildli pionu~lyiby ie

s& Cry p. ~TRMTO ARE THlE BEST.
- - ---CIGARETTE SMOKERS ishlieare wsi
N igt aypodieilite orithati heCiricet
IVPA 1Y . wiland THIS BRAND saperiorto ealothers.

SV1t l t tciprice aile-intoil.
44 South Main Street,.EN
Ann Arbor, Mich. DA

UNIVERSITY NOTES. The Aniherst Semiicary,comptooed me Hichn1. .TragT I NO
of students fronl 4.hs differeint class- sreenode teem ire ibrighitest, mosel deliate
Miss Carrie Watson, 9~3, s visit- i lvr n i
ing icethiraidty.iphesi cost GOLD LEAF
~ ng141 hi ctysc, has been dissolvecd, iowing to a grown an IVirgisie.
The Alpha Nu silt not hold a namisunderstanding wvitli the foruty BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and obseric
is I titty. tiat tic nae t he lie ettaehti a s s
Smeeting this week. The officers of the Wonman's helesaissan ca-cry piackage.
IS Canadian rchbomeets in room 12, league and threnmenmbers of last Toer$GI qTHE s TOAO0
lwbuilding, this evening at 8 year's board, spill be entertained by Q~I 'RANC'H ', lMwsa5tlO C-0
o'clock. Mrs. Sessions tomcorrow, Saturday
T. Corwin McDowell, of the Wil. evening. WE ARE IN IT
slams glee rch, was formerly a Stul- G. M. O'Connor, law '92, was in
dethr. h iytoday. I-fespillth (5(E. O. ~ ~ ilc
The list of prospsective graduates Flock, law '93 hare formed a part-
posted on flee faculty bullletin hoard nership in D~etroit, and report doing SPRINGan
contains about g00 names. a g -ood business. "I-SUMI'ER FPAIRIgS
The snow prevented any baseball The president of the Northwest- 11 tls xiUXiP
pactice yesterday, but about thsirty ern Collegiate Olratorical league, ----
men appeared and took the run. who is of the University of Wiscon-ls ,14 W IJLm
Prof. Pettee will address the En- sin, is the representive of lhat schorol
Igineering society tomorrow v eening:iratise coming contest. frlilt-.t ltrt'i. I lii rutF
iroonm 1o, engineering building. The society of Astrononay anti No 2 E.Wsingti oni St.. N SA~
1 The football squad were given Physics meets this evening at eight
'U practice mainly at the ordinary o'clock. 'The following is tile pro-
guard and tackle plays yesterday. gramr A paper, by Mr. Osborne;
re 'or the first time in Shoe history "Babylonian Astronomy," by Mr.
at of this university, systematic base. Lawton; and "Rings of Ethser," by
aball and football practice are going Mr. Randall.
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za on at the same time. Mrs. Prof. T: C. Trueblood has
ld Mrs. E. R. Sunderland will oc been requested to repeat the deaf.-- - = - l
ntcopy the pulpit of the Unitarian mute pantomine of "Nearer My God - - C
rchurch Sunday. Morning service to Thee," which delighted a large VICTOR Cycles Lead.
4r at 1o:30. Bible class at n2:00 M. audience last evening at the Opera Call for eatalog analexanaine wheels at
Subjectrof class- -study, "The Qua. House, at the pupil's recital at the ]). Staebler'4 Cycle Esssporiausu,
it. ker Church." No evening service, high school, this evening. Is W. WASHINGTON ST. Ann Arbor.

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