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April 30, 1894 - Image 4

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

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
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A C MLRA s(W IFYOUThe Pink Shirt is all the go amiong fine Dressers.
H~l)ONE.See our fine Line.
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the (goods ITE OTFTES
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NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES. Hlarvardl has added 22,370 vol-
____- uies to her library the past year.
Tihc synopses in Routsseau arc lacross is becotning very popular
now doe' among castcrn colleges. Cornell
'Thcrc will be a qiuiz. in the course defeated Johns Hopkins sit goals to
in inductive logic, Friday, M~ay 4- nose on Saturday.
The one year lasss will be exam- Two Cornell studetstiwere con-
inted in Ptersonal properly about victed by their fellow sttdents of
May 5 cheatittg and have been suspended
Wrinkle w'ill be out Friday an by thse faculty ontil next January.
prmsst eanexptoal In thte recenst spring games at-
prodmtobe ecptoalyYale anti Harvard, tYale'sshsowing
P1 E. Ngw sdc'Si ci cas considerably thse best. Harvard
Nage, edi '8, ime hoveupltbest in thse field events.
cutexaine intis pesio deart Mr. H. G. Field, '94 electrical
ment at Waslhingtons, D. C.
e-ngineer, is holding the position of
R4ev. Charles Flubrer, of Grand electrical insurance inspector under
Rapids, will lecture on the "Towoer the board of underwvriters, at De-
oLodnatteUiycut-trolt.J
night. The Detroit sod Chicago papers
The University Glee and Banjo have been worrying considerably of
club will give a concert at St. Johns, late over a report to the effect that
Mich., June 21, at thse commence- half of the U. of M. football team
meat exercises, would secede to Chicago Univernity
Mr. George Damon, '94 electrical next fall, owing to a rupture in the
engineer, who has heen employed athletic association here. There is
during the year with the Fisher ahsolutely nothing in the rumor,
Electric company, of Detroit, will which was made up out of almost
soon resume work in the University. nothing.

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