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April 06, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-06

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
l~ o nwa~TEN PER CENT. TEN PER CEN'T. i
knife wenfrou veooneinterested inthe Base Ball Teama
le so buy Your HAT at the OUTFITTERS.
lake a look at those. 50c, W S S L L S
CALKIN ' PIIIAMCY. .. TEN PER CENT. TEN PER CENT.

JV EOOI R8 & WM32VEQOIR,

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

-- - =A77'= A ' ~ ~ T~T777,7OSR2M N ' F -
TENNIS, BASE BALL AND SPORTING GOODS
wh~ichIi they trtl( at pr ~ ~ic uaratedt o be So iso vv Ioaas cnnis E
Obtained Llseti hot. . . . . . . .

Ann Arbor Savings Bank WINCHE L'S TEA
AnnsArbor. ih.Captal tni5oek, *3d100s
Oreanized unders tne tgeneral tanking; Law's ~ T ~ T
ofthIis State. Receiv'es deposits, bus. and
sells exeisnuac on the sprincipal cities of the '262 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. l'nsiUiedSae.(rfs
rafei tae. tlets cashed up~on profier
identifications. Safety' depsist boxs's tss rent. spec5ialty tsf highes' aeltissna, lestur'essa cts er
OFFICERS: (Chsristiasn Macsk, Pres.;w. 0Itcer.r
Hi'osmasn, Vise Pres.; (has. E. listscokCa
shier- 11. J. trite Asst. 'ashier.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS aC303
PRINTING a nd- ,
SPUBLISHING Josso ltiIi t
IROTTS~L liss' toobod odor.
Student Work a Specialty. llaso oceterbossenti'arr/ls
Bleot Workmen rss no st cPrices inlist Cit-y. It i l.siuretioioi.
IWill meel t ovpt 5
THE CaT TMl/IDI 44 South Main Street.
1:J ~a ,J t ,j.1 Ann Arbor, Mich.
Standard Bicycle Jj UNIVERSITY NOTES.
jN Of the W orld, Inidoor met, oinir igt
graustsl, ilt, aid 51ro0'this5 week exanmininsg schools.
prdut a fsa illes biss ciyscle es-s ~ ~ ''ia
issislstso inssAsnsrscss still re-t h S. C. A. cabsinet bassiuts
t ainoisespl sccsst tisciou. Alassy-~ beers postiponed to April 28t.
w01liupsto htimhe s or 'a litle
sdctsssce, its stelldseservestasssi Use Glee anid Banjo clubs leave
ever s' ncr5'5sfpopulritys lsss' x. s this afternoon for Coldwvater.
-Ssss'e slf pride mtssi gratsts'.tits
t it s msakses. To risis ' sce' 'usTe Castalians bourd wii ilc et
an stas st to ride a Cotlumsbia is to" tissafternoon at five o'clocka.
tt '5ass'tohbe ss st csi Th'ere will be a '9i class iceting
tomorrow msorning at 9 o'clock.
Pope Mfgu,. CO., Governor Rich wrill be eutertainied
Boston New ork, y President Asigell while hsere.
Chiago Hatfod. 5l ls ernice Godiwin, of Grand
Chicgo, artfrd. Rap'itlo is visitiag at the Sorosis
fr at 'iviv s os 55 t asss us or IProt. Taft is here frons Cisacin-,
rutsilsst tfor' sss 555-esta s . I0
nati lecturing to the dental sidents,
__________________________on Oral Surgery.
CO G 0 I EC I3S DSVREQS A section of tise Woisan's tLeagoe
LLZr QY ? Honorean esiarsND stees will be entertained by Mrs. tIltan
ssppsalts. lustsCossttl IHospitl, Saturday afternoon.
T~eColeSssosusGs , TTilT-,_ At the end of the school ya the
ineasstuldstn tttntes t lst's ansdcon-sPacific coast studet ilrtr
taints thres samphthieatr'esn.fousrts'ens cinicss etswl rtr
The isene f riv Irisosite oebos'toreen. home in a special car over the Cana-
her', ihiti and encluesarly in Atr119,floe dian Pacific railway.
bya pinlsrn em es$0.0adlabsrtosry ieposittwhich in returnabie.,
Four annual gentled coarsen, wills advanced J0ohn A. Harmon, '92 law, a
,standissgfor graduates in pharmacy, and te
utniversity preparatnry courses, antecedent prominent democrat while in the'
to the study of Medieine. Uniesthsbe pone
The Clinical and Laboratory facilties are nnupssdeisterifaly, te h asten ppond
Fnrecircular ofinfornaions and further par- eitro nie ttsLn
teculars, addrens Office, at O'Neill, Neb. The salary
DR. W. E. QUINE
e 13w. Harriti St,. - Chinage, 1il1, of the office is $3,000 a year.

LCHERS' AGENCY
e ill planss. tsost liblses to s mts'mbertss. Sl3s it
G/ies iareiteo l /ighstep.
1s wh e/itseas distilled 55511
(dt'ca fig/st s'ith ot smok'e sorstdor.
Sold onlys/jby tmeanC o. f
I-eemde soio.
DEAN & COMP.ANY.

- rU. OF M. FLAGS.
Serltos ,Silver, cus sseled i
a eslissss' <sssl lues, sticka pir
I'Ll!. AJINOLI), Jcsees
IST 6 ARETHE BEST.
The Dhehmeod Rtmrsht rPad No.

KiI UUUU$3IUIU i mUU usuI .
Ei. R. SI. John of Curo, '9 mnedlic, CIGRi:'T3ES
is enjoying a visit Ironm Iis bsrothser, ore madle irons lie tss'ght'st mstot delicate
infaoans i ttistcstotGOLD LEAF
who Isas been attentding Camsbridge grown it Virginia.
unsiversits-, Englandt. BEWARE OF IMlITTONS, ansi obsere
thast ste names ft'h5 te smssnufaicturer, a
A large caoe of insported books belowt'ssonouevery patkage.
0o5 Inatutal philosophy, science, Ger- ' e T"E snaene
man and Frenchs, save just beess p ooBauc' ia, acaenvsu'cans
received at lise library.
J. C. Ilelden, whlo owas tralin~ing "AE ARE IN IT
for the meet, rebelled a broken noab
frons a chaisce blowe while borinsg at 51 Ists I st icI
the Wt\atcrmans gymnsasiumnsy ester-
day. SPRING andT
Prof. A. G. Hall, foriserly in- . SUMMEiR U.IS
strsuctor oif ttathensatics in the Vni-
versity, and snosw in the Granid Rapt-_
ids high school is spesnding a fray
jclays in towns.. °
'1he Alpa Nu literary society wsll d 551se
ieet at 3 o'clock tomorrosw after-
naoon. Tre will be an interesting No. 2 E. Washington St., NMA ,
deb'ate on "The Present Slate of thse
Democratic Party." -
A very interesting paper on the -j/
life and work of Longfellow, was °f.
ra byMsSaa Rig'4inthe American Literature Seminary, ' -
yesterday afternoon
Rogers, who wields the rapiers_*
with Swift tomorrow night at the in- "' .~~"
door meet, was an Italian fencer of VICTOR Cycles Lead.
considerable prominence, and has caii for eataiog and exsanine wheels at
never appeared before in this coon- M.~ Staebler's Cycle Emporium,
try. I1I W. WASHINCGTON ST. Ann Arbor.

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