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April 30, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-04-30

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J(. of ___T Both HarvardGamd ensylaitL11IlI1 T fIE RECIhI '
LohHradadPnslvna C L M I ,T~mPblished Daily (Sundays excepted) during held spring games on Saturdaywilnroec >a b
THEU. F ,,~Cliev sarby Pennsylvania's being handicap XThat they will do fr yo an hw to b-
TEUOFM. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION games. Tile events at Pennsylvania I
were not so very creditable, the I20 tamn themf.
Subscriptiuu price IS:.s per year. invariably -
is advanee Single copiesa3 cents. 5ubserip- yards hurdle in 17 I-5, running high
tiuns may be left at the office of the DAILY, jump O1 5 ft. 8 in, and Orton's TRADE RECEIPTS.
athorufizetsoithaysetecitorsor mile in 4 m. 35 s., being the best, are coupons issoed by merchants for the purpose of allowing the
('ommunieatiuns should reach the sfites by Harvard's athletes showed up amount of cash trade they get frosm subscribers for the Columbiano
7 o'eloch r. s. if they are su appear the nextCylpda
clay. Addess all matter intended for publiea. particularly strong and some areCyopda
tion to the Managing Editor. All bussness predicting a victory over Yale. The TRADE RECEIPTS.
cos~isons hulg e ettote.ui following is a summary: soo yds. can be secured to the full amount of your purchases from all mer-
THE U. at X. DAILY, dash, so 2-5 s.; 220 dash, 22 I-5 S"; chants on our list by presentinlg an .Identification Card issued by tus
Ann Arbor. Xieh. 440 run, 52 s.; 88o run, 2 m. 2 s.; showing that you are a subscriber for the Columbian Cyclopedia.
EDITORS. mile run, 4 m. 318 s.; 120 hurdle, Tis TRADE RECEIPTS.
J. L. Lou tF, Lit, '95,Managisg Editor. 1-5 s.; 220 hurdle, 25 4-5 s.; mile
F. P. 5SDLER, Lit. '96, Assistant, walk, 7 m. 8 2-5 s.; running broad1 do not mleasi any increase in the price of goods purchased, or-that
F. H. WILtT~S, Lit. '95, Asistant. I jump, 22 ft. 412 in.; running high, you mnustbu any more thn' o are now buig
S. BI. Ssun tvLit. '95, Asistact. fbuyo l.;au you buying. ha- -
.A. Lttoy, it.96, AtleticEditor. f.s n.5oeaut ot. a-TRADE RECEIPTS.
Wvt. A. 2ucu, Lit.'si, Business blssioger. mer throsv, 104 ft. 9 in.; shot put,
8s. 3 ft. 4 in. cost absolutely nothing except tile trouble iof going to tlhe store
Ci. H son wee h y hob obtained and umakcing your purhallses there.
il. H. Can-heo, 'S4i. F . .Hamil, ')5.Notice.
L. A. 'lraOt, '96 . E. L. Evan, 11. .-
Mlinnie Thoms, 9r . itaxtAt.. S. L..A. El.EC IORS.-Thle Elcc- TRADE RECEIPTS.
CarieVT. O t1911. 5t L. 1.i'tactindale,'4
NLrry~aolan,.Spe'l. E, S. Nilack, us ltoyal College of the S. L1. A. will as far -ill merchlants are concerned means increased trade fot- them
All lop mast be at the fic eor 30a meet in room 12 , law building, at atid tihat icustollltrS are, to sihare the benefits of it.
of the day of publivation. 10:30 a. in., Saturday, May s2th.
The attention of the electors is TRADE RECEIPTS.
k ,called to Sec. 7 of Art. II of the will he accepted by uls at one-tenlth their face v-aloe in full paymient
TH n,aa"e~sHI.,Hse. . ly-Lasvs. for a set of tile Columbian Cyclopedia at regular price.
Toti DAIL.Y urges all members of -'--Peien-R I~ER CEP S
the faculty and students not to hesi- --t ill thlerefore secure for ~gou absolutely free' of cost a reference li-
tale in sending such notices and TIRo-osN-The field is now in brary of 82 volumles, 26,000 pages and 7,000 illustrations.
commniction soichIheymayseefirst-class shape, and all who intendTR D RE IP S
commnictios wich heymayseeto enter the Spring Field-day areTR D RE IP S
fit, in for publication. Tlhe DAILY expected to be at the field every to tile amlount of twenlty-five dollars secured from any (91 all of~ the
is a University organ and wishes to afternoon betsveen 4 and 6. Let stores will entitle you to a vollue of tile Colunmbian Cyclopedia.
fairly represent all University in- every man come out who has any Extra Olive Binding.
terests. aptitude or desire to do such work. ____________
ToE prosecution of the trespassers Track llng EEBCIIAIWREC. X OLIS htgahr
on the Athletic field by the Athletic - STERL{>EITTI & MICHAEL, Utopia Milliners.
association is simsply a foretaste of I EBERBA('H DRUG AND CH EMICAL CO.,
the policy that will be pursued bys I J. F. "-OELZLE, Meats. ANN ARBOR STrE.XM LAUNDRY.
them, as they intend to make a like I} ST1AEBLE'R t& CO., Groceries ansd Crockery,
- ...,.... DSW~I2tR. wi i n 'G. ain'S..

Heoreafter there will he constables

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0n th rud n salby n AnuBathlRosltx~. WH. OWEN, P1155
togsm ae arwrigNO. 4I EastHUroii St. Opposie Caurt
togsmy tk fiwrin. Horsford's Acid Phosphate Housev Hot Cold and -ea Salt Maths. IToe-
reett's~r foeo u e.Is the msost effective~and agee
renaivefrMadison brings for- nsE-_________ FOLCVERING ANDEVERODY.,
cibly to mind the near approach of able renmedy in existence for "TleCFitPac. MNS & 'HLL, r1hr1thTlphn 1
the Oratorical contest. Large dele- preventing inidigestion, and.re- The name stands for just what itis.
gations wiii go from nearly all the Thu Oust Bicyce built for s125.oo.
colleges represented and Michgan lievin those diseases asrising Baseball aimS l asso wenimims.1
CSpalding's,11asebal asnd L a 1enn0sgoods; t iU'
should send a large nunsem ofonb oderedstmah. art used exclvel uotpiS, 51the T. 5alai
cheer our representative on to our St emr.i t te
thirtd victor in the oratorical field. ~i a, ' 111O~
Dr W arnrSpigfelA. G. Spalding & Bros..
Mass., says: "I value it as is excellent Chicago. Now York. Philadelphia.
ToHE probable action of thse Stil- prventsaive afsndigestio, andapleasanstFIST AIO AL B NK Isla LA'NGSCOO O BSIES
dent's lecture association in giving acidulatedl drink swhens srpely dilutead sith IRS OS O .A A K IshRLEAND S tHOOiLrOFa1BUSINd~aiE
the Atletic association a part of i ()F ANN ARtlORi. ICan iOT, HAND. sel 0551 iara lbii ,v-, tap
CapaterIliand sweetened."o t tei11111 Sahr; lagalltnd ace; goadeascipline:covpveo
their surplus can not be too0lhighlyCpia, walrr,.SupusadPrfts anal at or;rdy el veiswvvtrsredigopnd.'t teai etrelctrs
TrovasiL gestral btsoliilg bssi arrs. 1-r- Iscrlpia i twAlfailiesfpa cigso si oiaa 55-5555aa11ea-
commended. Athletics hare at bJest eiintsexach a ougto and ovid. Lrvlrra o iat s-slaacl5A,,dal51Oscguaraate-ad1ah-,s. ivinga
arather hard rowy to hoe at iehi- Therinplsr pamsphltrrfreon appliceation I) 'i,.BA ,Pres . S.w.CLAIFON, Carshievris -aprivaa~alle. at eas lxilirt.
gan and asy tsport either rmoral or RtumfordClsemieal Works, Provirtents,R.I, LAY os
financial is both needed anil ap1- fBrwalrSIf5ubstitutes sod Imoitatios. Sho fDnig rudFor
prediated. Such a move as con- For Sale by llDugissMAYNARD STREET, Tilill BrtEs ihdllins 11
templated cannot fail to popularize(r 's,.0trr.,t ttezr «ft 7tc
the Lecture association, whirls has STAR STEAM LAUNI 110. De - Fnr l air bin5e.tPays7inter-
never heretofore been found want- 11101 CLSSBanquets~s , e5,c.55Not a5 ubithal. eprigxs for ent. -Ppsit
BOWDISH & HOUSE. 11ritos.ta salmut e cintoue. eieceI.K ,Ires. FtRl lt vs O Caehlet.
ing in the most liberal generosily. o1 rirt, 32rOUTiH ovarSTREET-. ,adl Iat IAcaeylBn me alta veig

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