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April 07, 1894 - Image 6

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Do y~outt know a 01(
knife when youttSee oe7
Take a look at those :30c,
seALNd )PJIAIIcMACY.I

TEN PER CENT. TEN PER CENT. r
Are you interested inl the Base Ball Team?
If so buy your HAT athtie OUTFITTERS.
TEN PER CENT. TEN PER CENT.

MQQF- EJ &W W JrrO.1,

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

TENNI, BAE.BAL AND SPORTING GOODS
'61hi-b thes offer at ii s ii (o~sallteed to 3e as ILoA,%as eall be
Obtained I asevw hres. . .

Ann Arbor Savings Bank W N H L ' 1~?il
AnAo rttot Silob ( aptt ttocab, $30)00,£ J J t J £IAL±X.J
5 orpltoo, $51 ott . b
Or rootoort ude r t ,nluBakint,rot, v;L 7 =C11TRJF =To-j,_1iu-
o1 thitsStatr. Receves.tdtposits u ,01 In't
sels (xchoar ."eon toe' iilmI c ao tie frhfo 262Wabash ,Avenue, Ciicag o. AliliAetd with therlt ono'trorchrr' t ' Eoy, tattoo.
tUtedtStates. troft..caothed oto rrrtr ttt~icrr inplanl. lot lieito I0110 boos. MOtobo aospecialtty ottli_,herpositionslectore
identitiotiorl. SOllttydotton l..ltOortll t lt.r"' 1" ,fna '( ooot, 1.101111101 ', ork , tc', SEND tto mtt tntt)t RitS . . toatta.spcilCtI
C ITCERrtat Chtristiantt Moclk, PITS.: NV. it. ptlaeottoll oo iArtor. tWrtte for special te rms.
tturrtmar, ViePres.,thou. E.Itttvock, Ca-
shter- 'itJ.. trite Ast. Cashier. " e"
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS CIGARS pm CIGAR
PRINTING and =-
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Student Work a Specialty- Rtoyatlr1sttr n. tat x totu3t005110c
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Whtels in tettatket. Tey ore tte fulillted'
sutggestions of lie test lady rtders, andt are
JA bemdaly Gutaranteedt.
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SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
Ladies' Artistic Hairdr'essngParlorsl,
fi AllIES' hsardressing, manicuring, face
IA ad scalp treatment dune in the latest
fashion. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 30i & Wats-;
tagton St., over barber shop.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. I~Te secotndtdiscourse in tite series
Indor eettongik. Ott "Tite Ihtoate'' entitled '"Homte
.Miss llarnaby, 1931 is visititngbMiss atndlHeaven'"xiii he given Sttnday
Tirna Thomplsont, 94. evenitng intthte Presbyterian citurcit.
:hl. IF. i. Jack, 195 lit, has goer The ltrohtibitiotn Cloit, xviit old a
to ihis itotme at .Decatur, Ill. mteetintg in root 2 of the law buid-
Miss Giiiiette, '96, of Coilwater, ing~at 7 o'itock titis evening. Stuhject
ts visiting Miss C onnor, '9 . for discussiotn, 4'1the College Mtan
Te ciass its 1-istory of Music in P'oliitict."
wiii tnot mteet tiii after vaoration. At tite t'tsity tluu in Siotday
tsr. George Hofftuan, '9Jntedir, evening, Mrs. Fatnny ii. Wiiiiants,
ii visiting friends in boson titis week. (coiored) of Chiiago, wiii iectttre
PTe N ortixteuterts reitresentatitbes on "Te Progress of Coiored WVo-
left fosr Chicago at 1 0130, this morn- nmen Since the Eutanciipation.''
ittg. lDr. Sowermtan q1utz naster in
W., A. Ilearti, 195 lit, ihas gone to ophthalmology, htas resigned, and
htis htotte at St. Josepth for tihe vaca- lr ilaaRcgaitt n'o
tin r ila ie rdaei g,rot. IDewey xiii examtine the n o og special swork ttnder lDr.
class in Ethics next Wednesday at C'arrow Ihas acceptedth ie Iposition.
11t:30.'Tomorrowo evening, at the 7:30
Mr. John B. Cloyberg, lectutrer service in St. Andrew's church,Rev.
on mining law, left for Chicago,yes- E. M. Duff will give the first of a
terday. series of Bubte talks upon "T1he
Dr. and Mrs. Marlin give a re- Panmphlets of a Political Idealist, or
ception to the senior medic class the Book of the Prophet Teua."
this evening. Last ntght after the debate a very
Miss Moey, '9s5, who is now pleasant reception was given at the
teaching in Battle Creek, is visiting home of Prof.Thompson in honor of
friends in town, the contestants and judges. Among
Prof. Hudson will examine his those present were Governor Rich,
class in history of Europe from the President Asgell and Prof. True-
Middle Ages, next Tuesday, at 8:115. blood.

,. U. OF M. FLAGS.
4t utl'tint0tiltvet, eualletld ill
'orrltl'ttpiu. tPrice,t.t50.
IVYM.tARNOLD, .,'(it I,.
WE ARE IN IT
Wh'ith a ine tire of Imiported atnd
omestic
SPRING and +
FOR .14E WNAIL WAR
11112 LI'-4D INGT--ttLORt.
No, 2 E. Washington St., NmAta.
VICTOR Cycles Lead.
tila~lllcttllland exlic ne111 -II I 11 tt
1t W. WASHINGTON ST. Ann Artbur.
S$tOES
SPRIING STYL.ES
NOW READY.
ELEGANT
ASSORTMENT.
P0RICES RIGHT.
SEE
OUR LINE OF
RAZOR TOES.
Goodppeed')S,
17 S. MAIN ST.

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