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May 02, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-02

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.,
OLID ENJOdY STIFFHAS-
ACAMERA NOW IF YOU A DG ~ ~ T O T
HAD) ONE.112= '-TZUL_
We're sveral ibar-aims in stoctkiid $4.00 Hats Only $2.49.
in is-ood values, it regulari ces
We iould ratterhkite tmoney thian
the .ictido.1 l
Calkins' Pharmacy.. STATE STREET.
oo::EJ &jWN/E I :E, NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
____________________________________ AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
NIS BASE BALL AND SPORTw"mI'.N'G GOODS
WbVh lthey oiler1'at pric-s (iiiraitt *'- to 1be asLo-w as ealiibe
Obtaiined Elsewlere.. .. ...

THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
,!. INING ands-
- IRIOTS-E.
S indent Work a Speialty.
; Ott1,ork too ttd Lottest Pricsin toeCity.
T- t-.HE COLUMBIA
SStandard Bicycle
Jofthe World,
ra'rut lith, a d ott .ttt is
,prodluctof teoi-et btcytt" es-
oalslt inAmeroica tillire
veaut t.o ttetime or ti littlini
I tdt-ottot, it-s ttall-detsetted antd
o. eerincreaingfipopulartyia
l to ts nm es To trittt a ttcyc lt-
indtento idettttolumbtit st
PopeXfg. Co.,
Boston, New York,
Chicago, Hartford.
10ea-ttlllt tedttca~tycj,to
,.ay oimia gcyior
<<d for two to et Utan51
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rio-(Int, ,l and t 1Cct1tot l~tti ttii o o
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elt s iotraor.hlc~t ,fu iettcii
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ftsraontrleoi undourseerniRtintown~ce
-.ciited Sta.Dat', cpahedyupond per
tieeti!eation.Safty deoustesatocerent
4 ze' nicl Ctrdstaboractorfcles are
't<:tircl~aroifVaicePns. CandS.tintoopa-
DRte' i. WFrioLAnt asir.

WINCHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY
262 Wabash .Avenue. Chicago. Attlitti icitioth t-tttt Tetchets' Atgettey, Ptitt.
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U. OF M. FLAGS.
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44 South Maim Stree,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

DEAN & COMPANY.I

UNIVERSITY NOTES. It is said that the law faculty are
not in taeor of a three years cotirseI
The next quiz in psycbology will next year, and will so report to the!
be glvees on Monday, M\ay 7th. regtents.
The preparation ot the tennias T'e freshmnan base ball ltsm iii
courts is progressing very slowly, play the Norusals at Ypsilanti next
Mr. Ray McCall, ot Webster, has Saturday afternoon. Bobs and
left college on account of ill health. Gates swiltorus tbe battery for '97.
Ptres. Angell wiii not meet htis Re. J. 'T. Sunderland will give a
class is history of teis, 'lhur'.- talko tonight before the Young menus
day. liberal guiltd on"The Ttwo Groat
Commencinig last nigitt the post- Calitoruia Univeorsities," which lito
offic willopten at 7:too. remainitt; ojoiited itn his recent trill to the Pa-
011011util 7:30.cccost.
Ptrof. Meade loss bsen unable oii H. G. V an Tayl, of IDetroit,
accoutit of sicknoss to meet his ctairmsan of State commuittee its
classes for several days. Y oung MXenu' Christian association
The Michigan representatives to work, wiii speak next Sabbatha at
the oratorical contest at Madison Neswberry hail on "Christians Asso-
leave at 9.55 01n the Michigan Con- elation General Secretaryship."
tral, tonight. J. G. Halaplian, '94 lit, is organ-
Mr. Kroece will conduct the class icing a company to take a trip
in oral discussions Thursday, in around the world next year. Mr.
the absence ot Prof. Trueblood. Halaplian propooes a v~ery extended
The retiring cahinet of the S. C. trip at a very low cost. Students
A. will give a banquet to the new contemplating such a trip can learn
cabinet on Saturday evening next. particulars by calling on the ahove
It promises to he a very enjoyable named gentleman at 26 S. Univer-
affair. shty avenue.

U1V-21. A1;'1OLD, Jotetrl;t
WE ARE IN IT
With1 a Fitne Lioe of Impoteid aitd
Domestic
SPRING and L1DU+'
+ SUMMERi LIIIS
FOR FEASHIIONABSLE WEAl'..
G_ 115 WILJ31
THlt LEADING TAILOR.
No. 2 E. Washington St., NMtIN.
STOLEN
. BICYCLE!
Isu re -1101. -ee
SI1EING STLhetfrn
por EA Y txkha
or RAZOiR t TOES. 5
S 17 S. MAIEN T.

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