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March 31, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-31

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Do you know a .goodi
knuif'e when y ou ste one
Take a look at those 50ce,
:sand.dl1.00 ones at

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TEN

PER CENT. TEN PER CENT.1 .
/Are you interested inl the Base Ball Team ?
If so buy }ou HAT it the OUTFITTERS.
BO3WDISIE S-AWSI
TEN PER CENT. TEN PER CENT .

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

TENIS, BSE BALL AN SPORTIN GOD
Which they offerS atIprices ("e n ( r antecd toe be0 I(sRhLow tIs viilibe
(hliinied l I I 5511(te. ...... ... ....

.,im Arbor Svings Bauk
Ati'i.iiieir. C;iqiitab 55ik, JtU4i
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ttrsitst Si ica. - af tcd upon tpire
idcititteottia5 ti y rdepoitibozotoriet.
ite)rtai-(I rtieanaii tie, lres.; W. 1).
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TH-E ANN ARMOR ARGUS
PRINTING and-
-4tPUBLISHING
---TIOvLSE
aSt deint Work a Specialty.
A.RWICK
5 rfitti itt ior hie xendture. iFrom
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sa.'i;htgh-ettaacir a arria. Stadirdprice,
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SPRINGFIELD. MASS.
f TAR STE. AM LAUNDRY
55105 CLASS WORK.
tOWISH & HOUSE. Proprietors.,
-OFFICrttE, 32 SOUtTii STATE STREE.

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JDoesnt a the beick.
Hdtatnt bidtoort.
.It is-Putre.'st'bsti.
IDeietrfitpromptlyj.

Gives it pitur ewhite light.
('ita litjht gvithoutt SmoeivhOf)bt
Soltd eoily by1 Dteatt&dCo.

Wlmemypi ce adetaol
4t South Maie Street.
Ann Arbor, Mich. DEAN & COMPANY.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
This evening occurs the S. C. A.
recelption to foreign students.
The lDaily Princetonian has de-
cidedl to publish an alumni weekly.
A new backstop has been erected
ott the baseball field on the cam-
Capst. Shields, of the baseball
leant, will }spend Sunday at his home
in Htowell.
Sessions of the Schsoolmasters'
club are hseld today, both morning
and afternoon.
Miss -Florence Wilson, of St.
John's, is a guest of Misses lFowler
and Hunt, t96 lits.
Princeton was defeated W ednes-
day at baseball by the Murray H-ill
Athletic clurb. Score 0--3.
Two football teanss will line nut
against each other on thse campus
this afternoon at four o'clock.
Prof. Stanley will give a program
of oratorio music at Frieze Memorial
hail Monday afternoon at five
o'clock.
The annual addresi before the S.
C. A. will be delivered tonmorrowI
evening in University ball by Prof.'
Graham Taylor. He will speak at
9:15 in Newberry ball on "The
Ministry."

Prof. Thompsonnmayor of tie
city, addressed the meeting of the
Municipal L~eague last evening at
the opera hsouse.
The Young Preople's Vespers to-
morrow evening at 6:45 o'clock will
be irs Easter octave service of song
with stringed accompanintents.
'rickets are now on sale for the
indoor mseet and miay be pturchrased
from any msember of the board of
directors of the Athletic associatiots.
Thse announcement in yesterday's
Dittyx that Alpha Niu wosld not
meet thsis evening u-as a mtistake.
'T'he meeting will be hseld as tisital.
At the Epwvorth League meeting
tttuorrowv evening, reports will be
given bsy Dr. Coburn and others of
the stale convention heldlthsis week
at Saginawt.
Miss Ada Thomas, '92 lit, nows of
the Pontiac high school, is in the
city attending the Schoolmasters'
club, and visiting her brother, H.
Thomas, '95 l.
The ground has dried out enoughs
so that an attempt will be made to
resume baseball practice this after-
noon. Two teams have been posted
for a practice game this afternoon.
Candidates not posted for the game
will report as usual for the run.

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