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April 27, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-27

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

8.BANDAGE8S \SEkTE il
Witch litzel, arnica, liniments The' Pink Sbirt is all ti
Iand many othier athletic acces- orfn ie
sories may liebouiglit to olvoti-r
Itage ate
Calkins' Pharmacy. rlOVDIT =

oi go among fine IDressers.
THE OUTFITTERS,
S=3 & LtAZ 'rwsoI T_

M00 R4E NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
_______________________________________________ 7AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
___ "A dt -''Tj- AND SPORTING GOODS
'Vt l5, ibittenoffer iat plits's Gunnlteca tolx)he ias Loa si(Nlvan b
41 4 ld El-exseren. .. .. ..
AN JCO AGU \ NHELL'STEACHEES AGENCYUOFMFAS
26 W bah vtue Wac-I.sfll t(adwihthp atty I wIjr 'll'3I.'oson o aciXl.JSi, j&1-50.
IIIilu i p '0 1 TO iiS 151' 11 iii I I -, GEOO S 2A d a s d OT zaTI 1 O I~fh r+itions, WE(A R E IN IT

'Standard Bicycle ~
Sof the World, I
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to bliolloloi= tn Ameri11-I still 'I'-
tanst001ica eMa th.lll'1 lti ot
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Boston, New York,
Chicago, Hartford.
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U NW b 1I AND BUNION:
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to theostud~y of Mliiaa.
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usoplali(1l0..
F'oriliOrlllarfirallt111iin101nd further pa0-
tieuloa, addretss
'.: 1 W., Harrison St,, - Chicago, III.
JAMES8 W. GOOItIEW, Florist. Grower at
Noses, GCarnationsmad Flottrs of ait vari-
,ty. Floral designs maidte0upo05sh(rtt notice.
Na. I Observatovy street,, opp. cemetery gate,
STAIR STEAM LAUNDRY
BOWDISH & HOUSE, Proprietors.
totitt icE 3 OUTH S TATE TRET.~5

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44 South Main Street.
Anon Arblor. MfeN-

DEAN & COMPANY.

No t. vvasniogtwn bL, t MAIN.
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UNIVE-RSITY NOrTES. rTe lawv faculty arc car'cfully cx- 1 vl(ILL IV
rit Aph Nt il Sotlilo ~ anining all senior thescs this ycar.
meo Attliay wlltight. danyAnumhbrrlhavebehact intdctlhack ABCY L
meetingSaturda night.to he rewrittent.BIY L !
Prof. Knotwlton will lecture to thte
juinior lawts every day at 8:-'letigtf5li.S I A i (ie111111 11whe1111
several departmetnts to choose tler- j'.1111101111111or1111ly
rTe senior laws tolt commence ' l11111 11 Il 1115
tie sttudy of itibo's equity 'pleading tr t0 i1 iltk )0c111-11(11 t Co 11e1
ove.Saturday, April 28Th. fnI hri 5 55 111111
iteat~t~l~~tr
The Sorority girlis wvilliholdl a Miss Fay Hopokins, who has hccn - or51 i. lilo II01
0'cucu todlay to itomoinate teir1 at icr home in Grand Rap .ids for - hl t
miemtihr of tlhe Oracle hoard. several weeks ott account of illness, ...
'Teloley' guild neets at Thsottas'tas retturned to college.
scoolhlStra vnnArl Tetakahee r rdal 2, It S o'clock. All inovitedl. beginning to comue outt, although SI sx s
C. 'T. Souitihwich, '94 lit, IHarvard, less than twenty tietn were tot prac- 1 NC S 1E
visitedl the University Tuecsday, he- tire yesterday. Today and tomnor- NOWiX READY.
in- a guest of H. N'. Levy, '97. row will prohahly hring thent out ill ELEG,'AN T
Miss Belle Crolik, '97, of Detroit, fall nunihers. ASeSORTMEdNT.
htas been usable to resunoe her col Mrs. French-Sheldon will lecture I suLCES RIHT.
loge work on accotuat of sickness. under the auspices of the Ladies'
Warren Pierpont, '9 lit, of Library association at Frieze .Memo- SEE
Osvosso, is unable to return to cot- rial ball, this evening. .Mrs. OUR' LINE O.F'
loge on accounot of the illness of his Sheldon, some two years ago fit ted lRZOR~ TOES.
father. out an expedition at her owvncx-
The Engineering society will hold posse, and became a succesnfulI G00d m A
a banquet May 3rd, in Granger's African explorer. Tickets are on
hall. Admission tickets are fixed sale at the book stores and atj 17 S. MAIN ST.
'at $.5o. Brown's drug store._____________

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