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April 25, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-25

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THE U. OF M. DATI Y.
8?. BANDAGES At 9 a. mt. Tuesday, Aril. 10, our One-
'Witch hzel, ric, liniments Half f Tie Sale commences. Everything goes,
and wany othier athletic accet
caries may be bought to adva \ At THE OUTFITTrERS,
ta e at .
Calkins Pharmacy.j \ B WDISE 8 & M-'zvzW-S T

)~OQJE~EJ & WE~WMQI~2J,

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

ENNISAE AL AND SPORTING GOODS
Wh~ich itheye r a& t pr ices (lhitiaud t 1 o beasLow ps ail be
Obtained I INewheII( . .42. .

THE ANN ARBOR AR~GUS
PRIN INGand A-
-~PUBLISHING
=EOTTS-IEL
Student Work a Specialty.
jert tWorkmen ad Loet s i theCity.
THE COLUMBIA
SStandard Bicycle
of the World,
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11 THE F EBMETTION, 14 r
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Not. Obiernamofte manoufcmteryae

WINCIJELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY
262 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. Affthfi~ttdwith th~e eact Tachct'' Agtz~y, istoit.
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U. OF M. FLAGS.
0- ; S t in- i~vev. en tnelled i
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WE ARE IN IT
4 With-a Fine Line of Imported and
Domestic
SPRING and --
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FOR I FII( II0 1LE WEAR.
No,2 E. Washington St., NER
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44 South Main Street.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

DEAN & COMPANY.I

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prof. D)ewey did not meet his
clasesTuesday.
Mr. J. Z. 1%7hite, '95 medic, is
very ill with typhoid fever.
Prof. Taylor will not meet his
class in history of political economy
Friday.
The Choral Uli non hewan practic-
ing last night on the Latin words of
Verdi's Requiem.
The senior class has comipleted
arra nmets for an elaborate social
to be iheld in the AWatermnt gym-
nadsiumf, Friday ecvening, iINay -
There wji be an entertainmentc
givenz at N ewberry hail this evenitg,
c'ommen~fcing, at 7 o'clock. '.Niss

The Glee Club Trip.
s T rieue niversity Glee and Eanjo
clubs left the iuay afternoon of
vacation for Adrian where they were
to give a concert thjat evening.
5 Owing to the shortness of time of
fadvertising, tile concert wxas not as
largely attended as usual, but it was
p~ronlounced eceltlenit Ibyall whio

reception was givenl to the, clubs b VICTOR Cyrcles Lead.
Miss Grace Millard, '95,and A~\iss
I S. Urancs ilct., 19-,at the home M. SlR) 0'~~e llmposjullI,
1 of the latter. Amiong those present 11 W WASHINGTON ST, Anil Arbon
-were Regient William i1. (Cocker an

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7
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t

The followi~ n lOrrzn;G -ICli ts
Irtc( for l arshall by way of
'Cciiniseh, arriving earl-yin the

The freshman medical class will The Monday Marshall Chronicle
give a social at Granger's hall o (daily) in speaking of the concert
Thursday evening of this week. A given, says: 'IThe University boys
have been here and gone, and it is
cordial invitation is given to all not too mutch to say that they left a
freshman literary students to attend. pleasant impression upon -Marshall
The rumor which has been in cir- people. After all we do not believe
culation about the campus that the those horrid stories told of them by
certain newspapers in regard to haz-
college exercises would be suspended ing and other misdoings. The boys
for Arbor day, April 27, is without look mischievous, but they are per-
foundation. The University senate feetly harmless."
last evening decided to continue The clubs will end their trip with
work in all departments. perhaps one more concert at Toledo,
which is to be given soon.

S-1PING STYLES
0 W IyEA1) .
EL1,J ANT
ASSORTMENT.
PRICES 1UU IT.
SEE
OUR LINE OF
1IAZOR TOES.
Goodppeed'P3
17 S. MAIN ST.

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