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April 11, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-11

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T HE U. OF M. DAILY.
8.B A DAGE8c At 9 a .m. Tuesday, A ri 10, our One-, y
jWXitch hal, 11111 a, liniiiiits half Off Tie Salei commences. Everything goes,
and inanie other athletic acces-
soies lea he houl gt to; irls iiiAt T E OUTFITTERS,
tage at Atr T
Calkins' Pharm acO 2 ViTDISE & A/_&= ErSONT_

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

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wi~cili th1ey1offerIat pr1ices (, iii .ii t o ( be1 )1 I 0ow as cll be
Obtinjed II.elshere. . . . . . . .

Ana Arbor ..aV ngi;Bank
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THE ANN ARBOiR A; GUS
PRINTING ands~
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WINCHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY a-
26 WabshSAvenue Chioag o. AIliii fierwiib lclira trrrbrrc Scrarao t }, 'si-i a
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U. OF M. FLAGS-
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o~rii chpin. Pra icel.G

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WE ARE IN IT
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44 South Main Street.
Ann Arbor, Mich-

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UNIVERSITY NOTPES. The Ioley Guild will niart toiht
1011 14.aarlat St. Thornasb' School halt at riglht
in-shol. --- 5011i 111 -alo'clocka,ahiarp. -Fine probgrami tre-
The inext i qui izi11s3 chloiiy w 111 1 I 0lOl ri
be aanFriday, Apriltza7. Tha toiloaviag is ihe naumaber ot
1Prof.lDeawey givestai-i crassilnawomenin.iiithe 111arilousdetpartmlents
1et11c0 a written quiiz toaday. ot the t. ia-ersitll literary, 463:
Mt~r. C. I. MIix, ot I larvada na dia-ahmeopathi, 5 detalaracS.
aversiy is visitinag triendtsintowloa. h~lrtalii3 etl
Slisa iMarie Schmiernaona-l, tit 135, I INTERCOLLEGIATE.
andt iMisa Carrie Palmer, lit 89, are
te achinig in the lhigha schiool at Ceidar The fieat cointeat for the aetection
Rapida, Ioiwa.I of the reparesentatives of Vate in the
'There are onlty a limiitealnumboter detiate sith H arvardalltbe held
of ticktes to be sol for the '9( Thunrsdlayi evening.
class social toniorroaw night, andl iteGvro o er\obtr
they aree Governfastf-New aoin cas
thy 0r ig at.sgined ahiltlniaking lhazingig c1
rail, Thompson willtalk toi the' I-fe a nmisdemeanior purnishahle by
Political Eaquality clab at Newberry ie or imprisonmsent.
hall on Friday, April 13 at 3 1). in. It is reported that Gov. Pattison
All interested are asked to he pres- of Pennsylvania will he made presi-
eat. dent of Lehigh University when his
Miss Osborne gave an excellent term of office expires.

No. 2 E. Washington St., NEAR1~
VICTOR Cycles Lead.
Cill liiiaiii..iiaci eaiir l eli ii a t i
MW. staebk r'.C ( i -e ihporsum,
Il W. WASHINGTON ST, Ann Arhor.
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SEE
OUR LINE OE'
RAZOR TOES.
Good4peed's,
17 S. MAIN ST.

oration yesterday in the course of
the Great Orators. Her subject
was the grand old man, William E.
Gladstone.
Mr. G. M. Moore, '94 dent, has
been entertaining his mother and
Miss. McLean,. of Fondulac, since
the junior hop. They returned
home yesterday.

A state intercollegiate football as-
sociation has boon formed in Mary-
land, of which Stuart Symington, of
Johns Hopkins, is president.
For reduced rate tickets to Ohio,
West Vs. sod Old Vs. points apply to
Ri. S. Greenwood,. Ticket Agt, Toledo
-Ann Arbor,& North Mich.

'Lades' Ai tistia Hairdressing P'arors.
LADIES'iiauiisiii<isaiug.mi"uiiring, fae
la-lamn.a- s- . .I Tmatal, as 30E. EWash-
rllatv'm Stoveraaarlirm-41ail.

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