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April 28, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-28

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

. BANDAGEs
Witch hazel, arnica, liniments
anti many other athletic acces-
sories may be bought to advani-
tage at
Calkins' Pharmacy.

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Pink Shilt is all the go among fine Dressers.
oull fine Line.
THE OUTFITTERS,
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NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

AZZvAaRMN T'NIS, B S BALL AND SPORTING GOODS
WVhsiht~li fer a tt pricey G uaraliti (Ito ihe as Lo-was can lhe
Obtained I IAs whlere

THEALNN AFRBOR ARGUS
INTINGT"anid~
SPUBLISHING
Student Work a Specialty-
Aattstaa lLaowest Pi tat-s izzthela City.1

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WINCHELL'S'TEACHERS' AGENCY
26 abs veuChicago,~
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SPRINGFIELD. MASS.
J AMES W. GOOL/liEW, Florist. Grower of
Roses, Carnattionsand Ftawera at all vani-
ae~p. Fleral designade upon shert notice.
'N. 1 Obevatney street, app. cemetery gate.
8 TAR STEAM LAUNDRY
HIGH 15GLASS WORst.
"SBOWDISH.& HOUSE. Proprietors.
orFicE, aZ SeUTH1 STATE STREET.
Ladies' Artistic HairdressinsgParlors.
L ADIES' hairdressing, manicuring, face
and salnp treatment dane in te latent
bashinn. Mrs. J. R. Trnlanowski, 3t 5. Wash-
ington-St., nover barter shnp.

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Ann Arbor. Mich.

DEAN & COMPANY.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. j Rev. Dr. Leavi Gilbert, of Cleve-E
(lame' at and, aill deliver a Weale yana Guild
Gantat oclok.Lectture intshLia . 1. chalurcla Sun-
Ptrinceton defeatedi Pennsylaania ;day eacing.'Topic "AntIdalalfor
4 to 3 on Wcdncsdav. Young Manhtood."
Miss Gertrude Shorb,.'94, is lM. Eli R. Sutton, Iawv't2, of
teaching German at Mlt. Clemtents, Detroit, hat been elected secretary
Mich. of the Miclaigan State lBar aasocia-
The ortila dfeaed tte Hghtion, to flli tte place of Mr. Ralpha
school teanm hy thte tcore of z t to7 Stone, laav '92, resigned.
this tmorning. IProf. Hudsntwaill give hia class
Fathter Kelly, of thec Catiholic itn Modern Eutropean Hiatory a writ-
chturrca, wiiispeak at thae Hotteo-' ten tquiz on Monday. The question
pathtic htoasaital mteeting Sunday at 3 Wtill rover lecturea up to the begin-
a. Itite, of the Crimeatn war.
M. Gonaberg, Pl. S. and MI. S., The Women's League will give a
presented and defended his thesis atmusicale thtis afternoon at 4 o'clock
on Trintethnylxanthin forhis Doctor's in Frieze Menmorial hail. Members
degree, yesterday. are requested to present tickets at
Wednesday's games wvere: Prince- the door. Admisnion io cents.
t~n,4; ennylvnia 3.Bron, ; -Dean Knowton will give the clos-
Dattton . enslamhe . rst, ,4 noH-tg lecture in his course on Mosaic
Dartouth r.Amhestzo; ar-law Monday evening in the law icc-
yar, 9 U oftiinos, ; urdetore room. The subject of this
S lecture is the "Trial of Christ."
Miss Agnes Kelley, '97, died re- Temngmn fte' bl
Genty inFloida her shewasteam is endeavoring to arrange a
taken a few months ago on account series of outside games. Dates
of her health, by her sister, Miss have been secured with the Nor-
Marie, '94- mals and Detroit high school teams.

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RAZORTOES
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