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April 03, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-03

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
o o owaOOl T ENPER CENT. TEN PER CENT.
Are you interested ill the Base Ball Team? k fowe o t, n
Y If so hay yoar HAT ait the OUTFITTERS.
Take a look at those <50e, '' - M N SL'?EMoAx
7.)'cand $1 .00 ones at a BOWDIS13: & MAI'rTSO.NT
LKN'PHAsRMACY.:T TEN PER CENT. TEN PER CENT.

2 TQOIE a. &WJ~rr~EQI,

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

A___FUZZ A ~T.L OR2T NTOF _-- --
TENIS, B AS_1E BALL AND SPORTING GOODS
WVhicb li ey offer(at1ict11e suarante ed tobels( '.Lome as cual be
Obtained I lsees iese. . . . . . . .

Ann Arbor Savings Bank
WINCHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY
at titeState. ttao t deptsete ttttanti
setta exetatreeen the ttrtttttaltires atthe 262 Wabash .Avenue. Chicago. tniqtetn piote. Mos tttt liea orer llerrr. A ksat
United Stetes. traft ; ceshtedt attaappoper
identrictittn. SPfty edeposit Spaetotrent. seeta ty atftrtnhteraostion eat tatta r e~iaVets;e tattt ateO-, 0%Vt 5 TAIF(
OFicE tt.; Citan Mack, PIes.; witD. CIr rr tt.
Hiansee.Vice Pres., Citas. E. tttseck .Ca- . I

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U. OF M. FLAGS.

shieruME.. t1rite Asst. (Cahter. , ,
THE ANN ARBOR AROUS
PRINTING and oe*-
-~PUBLISHING
KSXMSE_
Stuenet Work a Specalty-
Bet Wrt terteaesid Lewest Prieein ttt City.
WARWI~CK{

Doter a tt urer tire i ee. D1) iot etterrc ttitt(e.
Hast ticharadtter'. (nitert peter wteilighti.
Ha N eerrbeetnjet brtcrie Ia, (srhta ecanedistiied 2rret
I i p eheebi. (Tieeirlirht rrithieermokie cc trie.
1)etierectpmmceaptlty. Boteilyr9by Drrrrr& C(.
N t c r nyptc ade m al
44 South Main Street.
Ann .Arbor, Minkh DEAN & COMPANY.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. 'Ther will be an implortant meet-
-1 ,it(g of the arrangenients tcommnittee
Prof. (Ctamnrilelectutreseoh
laws today,.otr for the settler social tonmorrow
91t,?ire". ittie (aretv has a sketclt on thetorit.a9:0
rehyep Ilop int yesterdast Evening Biy the election yetterdlay, Ire-
Newsfetter Cyrenoe (l.Darlineg, of the,
Features for '94. N Srinr i et meahroedical departmrert, teat elected
Cpiatti, aSueen lient9ittgeachrmayor of Ann Arbor.
Woodraras few days in the city. This tmorning the Ceetalian boacrd
Paet4 dui11 had a dimitntive Columebiarn Guard
AlAiaser l arrangemrents for tire comng
I adie itars dbt.av osmoae.(3oe-armed rwitht a dangeroust lookirng
-' unor-RichoillIpretide.weapon keeping watchirnretire maini
a, Xnoa elctin ofofdereof irehall over the recetly recovered
c1", rtorical ateiociation occursr thitsgridb.
resyf i riouCreteneting in rooni 24, Treaitvetty(lr an iatj
ata. clubs wvil not at daubs ting at tire
Weebster literary tociety will give ,91sca sanucd u tt
aeI rarer of thre clubs trill attend iandt
\Varwvick tl Wheel roomth ine evenitng at 7:30. All are eriarastgndoeictrereti
intritti(tlvited.l$ iece or more.
Xtvav .c~t lod:rtrrea , ft atnd IS are tire Prosf. J. I l. Claybary, whao is lee-' The Eptworthr leagtuetill giee a
Wtsel ali'irea. rea geeel aire'turing to the late students on mining reception next Saturday evenring at
streneatlaw, went to Detroit yesterday with the M. E. churdh to all mrembers
leterrrirt. re ac rse eirite a liet.and friends of thre leagure. Tire
Suggeationcaad tire trest lartle err, ace1 are lilanche If. Barney, lit '90, who event will be in honor of D~r. Josephl
111 t ┬░trill Gesnefi eiI. Ias been ?;pending vacation in town Barry, editor of the EptwortbhHer-
returned yesterday to her work in aid.
tend ta fr Ccatlguetoa Saginaw. The candidates for the freshman
WARWICK CYCLE MFG. co., The S. C. A. are soliciting small nine were out in force yesterday.
contributions from the students for There are now about fifty candidates
SPRINtGFIELD, MASS. aid of the Y. M. C. A., of Madras, and several of the places will be
India, to erect a building for the hotly contested. Thse box, in par.
iANtI9 NV. OOODIISW.IFlrit. Brewer of
J ieeCarnationsniifd 5Flowers at alt vart- work among the four thousand stu- ticular, will be a strong point on
ety. Fnral designn maupse sheet notice. dnts of that city, the team.
No. ltbheervatavY sretapp, eemetery gate. d

TR J ARE THE BEST.f
CIGiRETTE SMOKERS trierarewil
ing tee rea ,titteletter e tharthtre peter
chatrged tr tire rdinry traredeeigrettes,
willinTar HIS BRAND Sueperior tcallcothers.
The Richmond Straight Cut No, I
(2IG-AR7Ei1:TITE
are martd aeromtreritgrtrateat o telicte
ire flavor, tend igliteat (eat GOLD LEAF
graownsee Virgate.
BEWARE OF IMTTtIONS,and obere
treat the tnatm eofte mautacureersasa
heluisutaeaer ckagtete.
BRNC i, e>eCteNDVstis1lx
EAE IN IT
SPRING acd. ~~~~~
} S ailt w I i tt\131 , I:
SWL
o,. 2 E. Washington St. NF4eE N,
VICTOR Cycles Lead.
dCalitortar loteeg tr atemieewtheela at
M. Staebler's Cycle Emuporiuim,
11 W. WASHINGION ST, Ann Arbor.

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