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May 03, 1894 - Image 2

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_____________THE U. OF M. DAILY.

e ZC of M " T *t~ series of stereopticon views, accom-
T panied by appropriate remarks, in
his course in Roman antiquities. '
Published Daily (Sunday's exceepted)dusrisng The lecture took place in Professor
tuvt( oieisc year, by
THE UI. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION Carhart's room in the physical lab-
oratory, and another lecture will be
Sbseription price $2.501 per year, invariably given today at three o'clock.
in advance Singilespies a censis. Ssbserip-
tisns may be left at ihe offiee of the DAILY, - -_"t- -
at Stoffiet's, with any se the editors or Carl 1V. Hertel, formerly with lit
authorized solicios.
C'somunieations should reach the office by 92, of Chicago, is in the city for a
7se'loch P. m. itory are to appear the seat fetv days.
lay. Address all mstter istended for publilea-
tuone to the Mssaging Editor. All business ---- --- --
cosmmunicatios should be seat to the Busi-
cens Manager.
THE V. of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Mish.1w &e
Aul sopy soust be at the offbce before 8:0a. m
__________ PUBLISHINGHOLISM. Horsford's Acid Phosphate
THE S. L. A. board cannot be too
highly comsmended for their action Is the most effective anod agree-
last nighst in giving the msajor part
of their surplus to the baseball able senmedy in existence for
usangerent Ifallthecolegepreventing indigestion, and re-
organizatioins wvere as generouis as
the S. I:. A., athletics wvould never ieigtoe dsae rsn
suffer at Michigan. jf'roin a disordered stomach.

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both to professors and students. tBeware of Substitutes sod Iitantios. EBERBACIT HARDWARE CO.,
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IT is a niatter of regret that thie For Sale by all Druggists.EB BAHDU
field and track athletes are, with STAR STEAM LAUNDRY J. F. IIOELZLE, Meats. A_
few exceptions, failing to shosv the Fl CLAS WOK. ST1ABLER& CO., G
proper interest this spring. It is BOWDISH & HOUSE. Proprietors. s ir
true that we are handicapped in OsrI Cc, 32 SUTHe;;eATS STREET.
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should take interest eous0 i in tahion.Sir I.F oan ui,30 E.lNsbh-i
. isn ;toSt.,soer barber ship.
themnelves to get out ansd work.~
There is too much stress laid upon IT ECII ~ T T
the winning here at present and not THECO UMBIDA(
1enough thought of honorable de- Standard Bic cl 0 'Takes First Plnce."'
feat. Men of considerable ability 1y~ The name standIs for ustht it is.
train only in a haphazard way and of the WYorld, Bse allsendLXawin Tenni<s.
rely upon their ability alone to Scldise's lulaill oaid LawnrTenisol-.ood3s
win the honors of victory when the grauol5 ih;ndsoI tis reCanada. Spaldig'radlesmark is <a garanstee
tiecomes. Theymay get the isS releoii-itcii o l tra ie i-ulrirea'y li-ifrolee ils.
tmIby eiigliosC i Aorini -stllI re- p li sai.Oriyio re
honors teniporarily, but the men ~iiiuui~ea lei-i.Always eA. G Spalding & Bros.,
well up tiiso the tins-.ers little ini Chicago. New York. Philadelphia,
who train steadily are Ibeeusen svho Ill iilruie, its. well-idesmre d nfi
benefit tihemselves and their univer- ~ever i'u-maisiiiiipuphiir is laiJ~FRT N TIN LB N
st.The benefit received is the t o isve rsdi- ,-iiiila icyc-uliiiAN RBR
piayobject of college atbietics; a iiiio t to rside a i Co~luiii ci.l to.Sil0 iS5'ot.i IO
winning should be thse secondaryvS 5~. ~ o i'tansacis-.genralbimskingiuosieou lii -
so to anbl sot.gnriexchange bought asold i. Leter-of
consideration, the stimulus as it c reditptoceif oritraveles abroad.
were No ore ime houl be ostP.liACIIl,Pres. 5. W.CLAiilSON, Cushier.
werhe.wNo mr ie ssold beaothiPoengg C., 60-Ladies and Gentlenmen,-6Q
bythswhinedtdoaybn Boston, New York, N I iIT
thsya.Chicago, Hartford. Lf II S
Stereopticon Views- i4ibiii s f'l in iirant ocity Dsices, 55r
A lirailfot illuteca-ttdoiil nioiii -l der the disretioofftoss brasger .ii.the
frive ivat iy (oliiilia sifa--iiy, or i
Profesnor Kelsey yesterday after- t1iield tsr tiiiitwo-cent stam~ps. Opera House, Friday Eve., May 11th.
noon exhibited a very interesting - Tickt s noseonoostle. tsand uc.

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