THE U. OF ME. DAILY.
,". .. f M T a R. mony in class circles. Again, at * L M I I ," hs vet ieay n rfs
sional students have freely mingled LHID B N iLLUPTB
Pul hed aiy(Saysle eted) drinn and the feeling o ert e elu-
Dail (Os ay cptd)ofderametthey will do for ou and how to -
THEU. F 19,INEPEDET ASOIATONsiveness has in a great measure been X 'a
THb.O .IOPNON SOITO roken dowr.. larn them.
Subscriptias price toil) per year, invariably____________
isn adtvance Singleesopies 3 eants. Suscsrip- '97's Ball Team.
txsns may be leftc at the astie ae the tAIsLYT A E E EP S
at hnaffiet's, with any of the editors or Manager Eaton announces the fol-TR D RE IP S
authoriaed salicitors. lowing snake up for the '97~ team: are coupons issued by merchants for the pnrpose of showing the
Conmmunicatians shaould reach the oaice by aon fcs rd hygtfo usrbr o h ouba
tao'cloakhr.sM. ittheynare tn appear the nrxt Waterman, Coleman, Bond, Fisher, aycopinto ashtaete.e rs usrbr o h oeba
slay. Address alt.amatter intended far publica- Canfield, Eaton, Maitland, andCyopda
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cesManager. daily, and hy the way they are show- cast be secured to the fnll amount of your purchases from all mer-
THE U. of M. DAILY, lug up, there is no doubt that a chants ousosr list by presentinsg an Identification Card issued by us.
AnnArorXih, strong team has been selected.. sihowing that you are a subscriber for tile Columbian Cyclopedia.
EDITORS. Seio Lw ans.TRADE RECEIPTS.
J. L. Lottr, Lit, 'i95, Managing Editar.SeirLwCns
F. P. 5SniLER, Lit. 'U,.Assistant. -! do siot meats aty increase in the price of goo~ds purchased, or that
E. H. XViLLais, Lit. '95, Assistatit. The nenior law class held a mseet- you sust buy any mtore than you are now buyinsg.-
S.DB. bSittY, Lit. '95, Assistanit. ing after the lecture yesterday and
J. A. Lcniav, Lit. '96. Athletic Editor.TR D RE IP S
Wv. A. Mfoss., Lit. '9", easiness Mianger. adopted a dlais cane. lBowdiah & cotasltl ohn ettRADE rC ePTS. te toe
LI~TiRAiY. LAWV. Matteson have the contract to fur- cataolieysolli xettetobeo goingtotesrs
'iC. it. Tiini. 'so.whrethy smay be obtandndmkgyorpchsste.
751.50. Cttilion,'9i. r. B itill, 1Mis. nish them at $1 .27 each. They willwhr i Hoatednduaigyothnrlisshr.
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Carris vS 001)i. spe'il. IFv. o.. M artasle, '00.
Huiy l'osnc ~IK. Nilvii'5, attei taeatet tre ahen far as mierchianits tire concersied means istcreased tradle for theti
All covymotto-ottbroltclicbftvr8:.30.m cane in a very neat osie for the asid that custosters are to sare the besnefits of it.
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Notion. ~Will be iccepted by us at one-tenttheair face vtaluae itsftull pasymenit
TRACKt'osv.-Thefil is now i for as set of the Coliaubiast Cyclopedia at regtular psrice.
THE bicycle club should by all first-clans shape, and all who intendl TRADE RECEIPTS.
means be a go. 'There are several to enter the Spring Field-day are wiltsteoescr o o osineyfe fcs orfrsc i
hude gtdnswoov hes expected to be at the field everywilteeoescrfoyo abotlyreofotarfrne -
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the roads in the vicinity are very every suan come out who has any TRADE RECEIPTS.
fair and weekly runs could be taken aptitude or desire to do such work. to the assousnt of twesnty-five dolltars secured from asay or all osf the t urudn on.Tepes V ATNAE
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tir ofouc rus ioul beenhnce _________________________Extra Olive Binding.
it a camera clan be organized in
THE senior class have decitded the
cap and gown qluestion. The DAILY~
believes that this old English cus-
tout is a good one. The senior is
entitled to some distinction front the
under-classman, and nothing will
give so nmuch dignity to the class as
the adoption of a habit which is as-
sociated with the ancient classical
sclholar and the bench.
Pr is probably unnecessary to
urge a large attendance at today's
game, the first loome game of the
season. That the game will be
closely contestetd is certain and a
large crowvd is alone requisite to a
successful opening of the season.
Let this first opportunity of express-
ing appreciation for the work of the
team on the recent trip be fally im-
THE success of the Junior P'ronm-
enade last night denmonstrates be-
yond tiubt then feasibility of sutch
affairs. This has been a year of
socials anti the effect has been most
salutary. Students of the same
class woho had never knowvn one
another by sight have thus been
brouglht together and, as a result
there has never been greater bar-
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
Is the nmost ef'ective'and agree-
THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS ISSUE TRADE RECEIPTS.
I BIIRBACII HARDWARE 'CO.. A. W. CORLISS, Pihotographser.
STELTRITT & MICHAEL, Utopia Millinsers.
EBEitBACH DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO,
j J. F. IIOELZLE, Meats. ANN ARBOR STEAM1 LAUNDRY.
STAUEBLER & CO., Groceries anad Crockery,
SmimS2'R=BVT=- .G 1 'W.
,-7 &,4,vti;nf -)) I
able remedy in existence for r UupU
preventing indigestion, and re-
lieving those diseases arising "rle is lc.
fronm a disordered stomach. The name stands eer just what it'is.
The best Bicycle built fcr $125.00.
Dr. W. W. G ardnier, Pringfield, ings BaIseald awnl Tenxis.rood
Mass., says: «Z vatue it os as ecelless arc sesisexclusAivlb thsaughoutisthue U. "tiandi
Ciaada. S1 ssin slia cimostrsk sissrurassis-
prevenatiave of indsigestioni, ail a pteasantthiat; ihes-os5asrseithe lent.. csopli-icilluis-
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AnnssArise. Aivis. Capital Stocb, $505),ts. ANR STE .
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