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May 05, 1894 - Image 4

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

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

YOUDENJO YI
A CAMERA OW IF YOUf
HAD) ONE.
'We 1.onral bargains instock and
nne G oodfit values at regular prices
,Vwonld ,ther bhare the money than9
f.egn;ods .
Calkins' Pharmacy.

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mmolla

\ STIFF HATS:

00 Hats Only $2.49.
BOW DISH & MATTESON,
STATE TRET

QOI &W:EWJ l\/EOI,E,

NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

____- - AJ2 A - 7 J,7 . sORZWME 1\ m-
TNI4"S, BASE BALL AND SPORTING GOODS
'Which they offea- at prices G3uaranlteed1 to bse as Low as can be
Obtained l11sewliere..... .. .....

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WINCH ELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY
Ni TD OTL7 -CTZ=_
'262 'Wabashi Avenue, ChicaE o. AII~i tldl with tlebe110000'T'eachoors ,-,(01 iwy oston.
ulnein p1tta,51ost liberal 1tobii-w.1ers. MRobe, a0 0 'bly 01f 1i1h000positions, 1011 01
0000000001'.tt, institte00)00, e(. '(11 51 0 MPjoIICIIOI'1..tolt. 110011nt .(i pcial 00100-
E omjeu'It itI Alin Arbor. 1011te or 011001111terms.

TT3E G-EO_ S_ ETZtFS OTTNE FONWAI T
PER011FF001 iGIOF THE NK 1.1tedwih finestquality of Gol11Pns11f yo wan
lbi 11151st aso l h 10.PARLKR.11101u1str 1ca 00ogue re1.uonoapplic001on 1. 1euParke 11.0
Co.,) 1an11vil Is.Sheehan &Cnto.,IXls ns in 0AnnAbor

A1 ARWICI{
Wao ~rwick Cycle is 111000c1011tioofa
bsadfor an alsoluely guaranteed, l(gill,
rd1;00.1powerfu~l011001. '1110 it folly
meets'hat 11011a01 is attestedl by its 1re111d
C fervaesing sales. T'111 110t1 in1dex (f the
aof 4.on ctile is he 1101100d1for i. "h Mm~li r rai es
111. '1110i-. (is aVoro liear 0. T010
..:lT'C_{'sl .11. Sbootaroik 1111e1s are, 11r
11.01 11.ntofat, SSarwioksarl1th1110fitlled
c:.51It>of teIbest riders. Worwicls
'i toil serge1'11t1heiriterets. 'l'hey are
;_, oo:ted liberally. btooombor 25 11b.,lat
nake-,odel'ighful, 0asy wteeling foe (he
Liycle oraionl free-inou000catalogue.
,PRINGFIELD. MASS.
-XGELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST HOURON STREET.
Gc Work Guarantleed. ooads ealled for
,ic~ eivered. A. FCOVERT, Prop.

CI.GAR S pCIGARtS
Forli100.1-or 2c o r5. Each11. 1For 50. lorI'c.
No. 115 S 0 s---- $.11 1 4l0P oifyCfgaes --- .so ti
0011110 011 -. 1115.4;S. 1)1-. toors..2.',11)
LittOleImokeIStories 0 1.20 c a nrC1.11 --- .'"o ;
KWheeiu til is- 0.005011211 n c ioor-.3.0) :
I'or 50. Harry blayCi tars .51 t
Charmer i11100011 a 0p li-1,0-. 4.
Atfor 1011011 -- .011 3 Ky etC' ~-- .;
Bully BoyCigars 5e r-. tor1 . 15

J~010~ U. OF M. FLAGS.
0 l~e l-Slvert enP11 lledS i
JVX. ARN OLD, Jcv1 011.
WE ARE IN IT
With a Fine Line of 1011orted 0111
l Domestic
SPRING and +~ I1UJ'
+ -.SUMMER 1'I1 IL
FfO15FASIONABtLESWEARS.
TE LEA fliN'G TAILO..
No. 2 E. Washington St., NEARN
/T~ ~STOLEN

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44 South Main Street.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

DEAN & COMPANY.

lmlV 2RStTV NOTES.

Found Unconscious.

Prof. Knowlton will lecture to theA. mystery hangs over thse disap.
jnosMnamonnat8o. pearance of thte fraternity freshman ' BICYCLE!
Prof. Kirchner will lectutre Moo- toastnmaster loot night. As near as
day and Prof. Chanmplin Tuesday. the facts can he learned, they are - Insur1e-. 0(1yourns e
Manager Btaird is negotiating with Ngirthf oa~
as follosws: At ahoot 7:30 Mr. - -01 0 ervoar N ith 1i
Utnto coachs thlefoothall ta hrL-l eiw
M.~to baher left the Beta Thseta htouse to II700l101' ('11.0..o
Itis fall.gotth hosofafinwhrcaloFN le.
Irving IV. Hicks, the jbnior 1110h gototh-Ioueofa rindwler aNv(at 1 .sO. oeln t.
miwowsjie rteteto ie was to dress. From that time or F1" Sl o, 65 0
a bicycle belonging0 to 1D. F. Lyons, nothtng 10 knossn of hios-here-_____________________
1resident of '9I lit., app eared he- ahouts until hse sas foud by the .., ..s_
fore fustice Blennett yesterday and=;returnting freshmn in u an uncons-
0.15 hound over to te circuit court,.;01000 stale on the stelts of Bcla SI'OES
Tlhe tPhi Della Phi held a batnqueltheta15000't 3'clck ltiY0011
in ~etoitlas niht.1ng. Today Mr. Matter showsol SIIN ILh
inDerot at igtb}arks of rougls usage. He swll OOW READY
will he the topic in the 'M. E. church have nothing to say and utterly re- ELEGANT
tomorrow night. fuses to disclose the names of his ASSORTMENT.
Dr. Lloyd expects to meet his adcrs Thsipoabyte 1PICES RIGHT. !
classes Monday. culmination of the plan which
Dr. Darling lectured and held Thursday night seas disclosed in the SEE
clinic yesterday, in Dr. Nancrede's scooping in of a numher of the OTR LINE 0OF
place, while the latter was at the feshmen hy a party of Sophomores R.'AZOR TOES.
state medical society meeting at and upperclassmen. They were
Lansing. taken to a deserted hsouse abouti Goo p e (9
The U. of M. Glee and Banjo tour niles from here, toward Ypsi I
clubs, gave a concert at Owosso, lanti, and forced to give their toasts I 1'IS- MAIN ST.
Friday night, for the amusement of the crowd. I ____________

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