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March 31, 1894 - Image 3

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THDE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE CHEQUAMEGONS ORCHESTRA.
L.W H. CLEMENT,
51 So. MAIN ST. Diretor and Manager.
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST11UR0N STREET.
Good Work Guatoanteed. Goods sailed for
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
BANGST F 'I1EWashington treet.
22 Years in the Biusiness.tdoa.
CITY LAUNDRY.,
MV. M. Sea bolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave. r _

RIGHT IN LINE FOR JUNIOR HOP0...
toteand ShortllBosoWhiteeg.s Slhirshte nd1 Ito 0 it lvs
51hite Dretss es WhiteSikIhI~dikl'elels. WhiteLisee t,clte~etlloI.
0. A. TINKER'S,
No. 9 South Main street, (Formerly Tweo Sams.)
'HE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES.
C11iCAGO, 106 Wabash Ave., B3. F. CLARK.
erol Ae. 1:203. 4,840 Positios Filled. 985 Positios Filled iIt 9t1.
SEND FOR OUR AGENCY MANUAL.
x ISolNew"Yor-k, Lo s Angeles, Teo nm.EE T ,FS C.,tzapr d

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DANCING and DELSARTE
MIRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER
46 S. State Street.
M6ONDAY-s p. nt. Advared Class for Lae-
dieand tGentlemten.
M ONDAY- i p. o. Ladle.' titicorie lase.
Tt'ESIAY- I .som. Willileec tibtnting
closs.
SATURl'DAY- 1a.in s. Gentleme's dsita
oItD. mI. Laies I' deting eelss..
Priva1e lesss.by appoiienc1111.

U. OF M. CALENDAR. Lont.
Satt, ev., Mar. 31.-Foeigntretteptitot. One hundred-foot steel tape.
Mon11., April.I11001i.y GroiToslolltlFinder please return to 1)xi fv office
'IIolllllltry," in Ntewbterrytall, 9:l1,3ote. and receive reward.
Mon~ti Alto.1-Firletu re otlIbtsiten1, i)by__
Tttt siltpr. 3.--Coner tby 'Williant is'Get, ROSINESS LOCALS.
Banjotte d ttt d ol tti cltt ubts, its itiversity ___
Tttes. :1 psrI. tttt lnulli tttt of teorIetttt College stutlents wanting erniploy-
tal as(e-il' 11,11 rtonm 2, ;'11). ilent for the summer should ail-
'rie st Att 'sttly-ettol~cc~toit.dress P. \V. Ziegler c Co., hoe e 1os,
Fti, . ptt ft._ ttshmantt ett Dicial0. Philadelphia, Pa., who offer great
Ftri. Alrt6.Itertlt te it deatiett.isii tii- indulcments for special work to
versi0to ll, which students are well fitted, and
Atti 1110t Annuall 11et~le tonolutlies S of hich pays 575 to $150 lier iinontlh.
Oatt, Aprt r. S tttto lcno f DAILY01 ell ole Tie baseball leans get 10 1100
Thurs.te.,pr.1' -SSit no14 clas oci eit itthe hat sales at Bowveish &
in Gragrer~sBall' latt, 05o '.

Morga) cft
Official Photogrctphers
ca . 5FTO-WIT
CA LT Y.
For fine soaps, tooth brushes and
cigars, go 1o the hi. &iM. IDrugstore.
Get a list at Bowdish & Matteson
asnd help the baseball team.
See those fine ptatent leather sitoes
at Bosedislh &-, -atteson's.
Ilit' -i:---Cleoelantd '94, 27 pdse
branid new. $tioo c'rash, beintg $2c
less than regular price.M
07 Gedides Ave.
Ladies' ArtiticHairodrensing Forlorn,
filhion. lire. ,l1,iTroittt'tt 5'W . Wasch-
AJ M- A WES 5. GOODIIEW,tFloris. Grotwer of
Itto'.tttcarnationseatdlowerosoof51anl veri-
lty.I ilora lesi; itooe tttto t11Shsot tettee.
No. 5551servs'strcet0, 1opp. cemeOtry gatt-

IIHIGAN GENTIA
eA. A. . At
D.N.Ex les... ta40 t.XN Y C. llSpltt
FasE stiit p. 411 N1S. 51 td ..1 051:}
N.. Y.. .51Wes11 Ex c 1). 1~
Mal ndEx..... 418G.I.5&Kal Hert .E 0
t ..,T. 'Aft.,5 it to. A,,t., Atn Arbocr.
TOLEDO
1 .fit. tle 'et 5I t Iteo . Ii
. S. 6SENWO1VAgsS, AIMaager.
KEEP S) LIAqiCIT 5Y10 O.
+$TATC AVI2G BA12K+
(lt-. Stein end Washington Streets.
A. L.. Nnsnt.PSen. ROBERTtsc II )S , t'a, sl'r.
CRONsnPEN'CO.' "FOnNTAINsANnD aO
AIWRSTCDSTHEAT THE
-CONCtESNTO Eet edt W ORtLDSts 'e .

N otice.
All casndidates feor te 'Varsity
football leans are expected to ap-
pear on the campus every (lay at
p.sm. sharp, regardlless of sether.
JAI.ki.S BhIteusutCaptaist.
Annual Meeting Oratorical Ass'n.I
The U'. sf .\. (Oratorical associa-
tioti hoelds it annuail teetig for the
electiont of officers andtIh lirdldele-
gale to the Northern League SOratr-
cal rosiest on Tluesdlay evening,
April ;, at 7:15 sharp in Rooni 2,1
Presietu.
Sttudesnts Reduced Rates. j
"'so itie spring vacatiots ofdte
uiversity' of tMichtigati, psilanii
Normsal antd Cleairy tusitiesesCol-
lege, the riletdo, Ann Arbor & s
Norti licltigts R'y sill sell ticketsf
to studeents hioldintgtpropter certifi-
rates, at one and one-thtirdl fare for
the rountriptn1 to all points ill \lich-
igan ansIthte Central ''raffic Ass'n
territory.
'rickets will lie issued Aptril s12ls,
s13th and 14th antI limited to return
up to ansI includting Aptril 24t11.
RI. S. (iisFestiO)it, Agt.
Election.
Thse annual meeting of the Athi-
letic association of the University of
M lichigan will be hteldl at so o'clock
a. in., Saturday, April 7, 1594, in-
roono A, literary building. All tper-
sons holding msembershlip tickets of
thte Athtletic association are entitletd
to vote. Officers and board of i-
rectors for the coming year will be_
elected and other necessary biusines~s-
transacted.
1It. C. Slllse:I.ltS,
Pres. of A. A.

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