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April 02, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-02

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

3, you 1kno0va Lgiod
::; e vwhen you see ogle?.
-zkeealooks at those 50ce,
.. a-d $i1.00 ones at
CALKIN °- PHATI-ACY.-

1ENPER CENT. TEN PER GENT.
Are you interested il: th3e' Base Ball Team. a
if so buy your HAT a the OUTFITTERS.
cowD:sB & wwaDso=
TEN PER- CENT. TEN PER CEiNT.

S& T~LE E~J NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
_______________________________ AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
-- M S N A FUS't7LM Ac OZMWT CdrQ
6aIieh lie s ozerat p1 s c a (ntec diitto bei . s . (a cn ben
tSbia1i¢eE(IAselii&r. . . .

A Aoo wn s u XINCHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY
r, o e. I «. ta-ito-- s tcst, hso- uo I
Qto- s ieipsistsc t;4 ~- 262 Wabash AvenueChicago. Itntstciutn usn. Most ihes-s bIo tsssher. Sta t
s -t t ,; z. S t. etpos-it tsosetor+.t. toss-lIlY of hi herstos-, tssttu e cnagicsos 5-.t o-inlttS -orki-etsc. t S ettttl, OR
: I s a ,e:ir-.s, CMast ls -a VCa
s r. . A. itsoAs-st. (ashier
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS ::.
PR INTING and Q= Z~TA~ IL
- . UBLISHING ~ tottett /t ri.ls0ttlostips//tsso
HasOTno bdiodortt~tu/i. (fit-s ttpots- t/gtoi/s.
Student Work a Specialty-. JttH~astete(bttnitttt' as/o Jo a s/tri/,s todiotil/or/ s-ot
r<a t;;a k ssssot ndLoowes t ies into e iso ty. It i ts tY oet'ta-tasttt. t(i2tO qs l l tooo utS120o 's dl
r YIIMAND StUNNQ~ Milltt Lttotpicmaeoli.--
t ft and o °tst rssotattt41-c0's, 41 South MainStreet,
stools issCot;sComity Jto. ttt. Ann Arbor, Mich. DEAN & COMPANY.
:ill s theos aIOAGOJlI-an coi-~ UNIVERSITY NOTES, Thse senior lows will be quizzedt
aoqstttttoratoreosttttt wekinfed-aliurisprutdletce
E a,(,, tleremIs he usin s iddstsof SetIsetsi- Prof. lKirchtner lectutred to thse
te;t-tuot ttmts essotoi iltStsI1195.tot ow t I otndlprivote internutional lose.
teat tott-s srttg ster Fes $15 1antd tlaws today-. Ms ublloadnrosonic
.seustIraedt cousess, swil Ii t a sesti w NV _ . Veueneyer, ,' 4 lit, sipent''
sfot'asssYdtlssr s nphamac, at-jt0Suarat ism nCleso s itaking an exteded visit witlllae
uttttEortof aeitof tt biseSovniocDtritnievsi-sister, bliss bMood Pound, lit '96.
t~netettuust ttteosstttt sus ItottetIs~- tugtur fied bis Crnelit94 The subject of Mr. )Mills' lectare,
e_ .. , addess-' The dle of thse University Press spil1, will be "Thomas Jfesn
Sta-W. H-arrison 0t,, - Cthicago, ill. lBonqluet has been onnounced and t rniae fFe oen
MayI1: bent.''
warsXlfred C. Marshall, '93j lit, of A large nunmber of thse gutests
a inDetoit spnt Snda wih C J.from outside of Ite city, at tlae
®Dtrta etay ndy.vthC. different fraternityItosues, left for
s0 P. 1). Greent, '92 lit, was in at- thona today.
tetadance on thec Schoolmasters' ctob 'The outgoinag cabinet of thte S. C.
Saturdays A. will give a banquet to the newly

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U. OF M. FLAGS.

I f v.Jij r -teso 1sitss-s. , ttttt tO '
or cttcAlan ic, -Jto
~TRA ARE TILE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERSwho0 tretwill
tog to payatlttle ttote itlrthet ice
chiargedtftrtesttordiarytra5-igarets,
ilfid THIS BRAND saupettot toall othters.
The Richmond Straight Cut No, I
CIGAit.IT rTE S
ore matde trotStie brigtestmost delteute
inflaorantittsLctGLD LEAF
BEWARE OF IMITATIOSA andI otuerve
ithtthe namttofts ithe.muatu rsttssa s
be-lo s on 0every ipackage.
WE RE IN IT
'ailtO a sie t eso Ilt. Os-s.-..nc
-it I shtI )1 ( ' <gIlF tti .1.
No. 2 E. Washington St., N1VARN
VICTOR Cycles Lead.
Cali toe ettlog aeaiti ittie swherels at
31. Staebler's Cycle Emrporium,
1t W. WASHINGTON ST, Ann Arbor.

C. I-larrimnai, '93 lit, teacher of cctcu ies orineassciaio
'OJ- ialo Photocgraphe, 5 IPaysics at Coldwvater, is visitinug at Newberry ttall, Saturday evening,
friends in this city-. April 7.
- ts TO-WIT: The next nunmber of thse ulver_ r .R iheshsbe
alliy Record wiii appear just beforeelcdmagroftesnrlw
T 'iAL'EXs-KthAsprngacaion baseball team. He has called the
___________________________ Miss MaryLaphem, of Northville, candidates out for today and hsas
SAR STEAM LAUNDRY Mich., was in town Saturday calling led ragdfrsvrlgms
ttt.- es so sou. on Ann Arbor friends. Six coeds testified in a case be-
a 555501 wSt.&D.HCutis, 'roreachersoffore the N. S. tDistrict courts in De-
Algebra in Detroit high school, is troll Friday and Saturday. The
La2uaet OrtistioHairdresng Parlors. visiting friends in this city, question to be determined was the
Lu.D cain 's-roz~a co ouse 1inrtto tsu~ At the schoolmasters meeting Sat- necessary expense of educating a
cu 'onSrs. J. 1. ITrolanosk o Eii sh~- young lady, in a suit in which the
sosuEs, ctovr b2eobershop. - urday afternoon the subject of see- litigants were not connected in any
Finn ondary school studies was thorosgh- way with the University of Michi-
C ~ u w GooDns anAonrislisuse.Asl eorGilrpogn.Teeilsrccrinoofrn
aEtF1 oral dlesignadupd non short note',pear in the next Inlander. reports, made excellent witnesses.
e1.. Asohreatsy sreetop. cemeterygaep

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