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May 09, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-09

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Publihed Daily (Sunaye excepted) during
tCl o Yar, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Sabacription price tas per year, invariably
in advane ingle epiea 3 cent. Subcrip-
tons may be left at the ttee of the DAILY,
at Stletas, with any of the editra or
authorized soliitr.
'Cmmunicationa should reach the cfice by
7 ocloch . s. if they are in appear the next
dlay. Addres all matter ineded for publica-
tion t the Managing Editr. All buines
ctmmunicationnshuld be ent t the But)-
teat Manager.
THE U. f M. DAILY,
Ann Arhr, Mich.
EDITORS.
J. L. Lu cii:. Li, "90, Oanaging Editor.
F'. . SAL, Lit. '6, Asisant.
t.1. wiLi'ri, Li. '5, Acitnt.
.1. Silx, fit. '11, Asita.
J.A. Icis'R~, Lit. '6, Ahletcl Edlonr
W. A. ,<iusO(,KLi. ';, Busiecstacager.
tulleV. Wll. pI C'. H. I5 le coo,
M.al. C rdtl l I'9} P.E1. l ill, 90.
All 1':f E L 1 cto ,9.s p al o ii' a b1 1 l cc I ci AL.1 0c
c !i tic Icy h1 pbllc'tluP. L'1. oae'1
IT is very unfortunate that the
field day and Mlay festival should
both occur on the same day. The 1
result swil) e that neither will e a
perfect success, as the crosd will e
divided. It is now too late to
change the dae of the festival, but
the field day should either e post-
poned a week or the sports take
place in the morning.
A LARGEI crosd should turn out
this afternooo to witness the first
home gaue of the season. The
baseball management has been
particularly unfortunate in having
to pay large guarantees for anis
that were ever played. They eed
money to help on the easteril trip,
and with the doubly patriotic motie
of encouraging the team to victory
and giving financial aid, the grand
stand should be packed. How
many co-eds will be out ?
There will be a written examina-
tion in Personal Propery to the
one year lawc students Saturday
morning at 8I o'clock.
The pole vaulters at the athletic
field have all made 8 fet 9 inches,
but declare they cannot go much
higher until they have a better
pole.
Nottce.
ORARItCAL. AssoclATON. -Im-
portant meeting of the executive
board of the Oratorical Association,
Friday, May a, at 5 p. m., in room
at. All members of the board are
expected to be present.
J. H. QUARLES, Pres.

Notice.
96f TRACK MONV-All members of
the '96 lit class who are interested
in the success of the class is the
spring field days are requested to
meet at 7 o'clock tonight in room 9.
Those who can do anything on the
track or field are especially request-
ed to at' cd, also all loyal members
of the class. J. L Roy.
Notion.
SPECIAL RATES-All swestern stu-
dents, for special rates home will
meet at s :3o sharp, law lecture room,
on Saturday, May I.
Nottce.
GRADAusTON FE-On accountl
of the large nunmber of diplomas to
be prepared, all candidates for a de-
gree are requested to pay the grad-
uation fee at once,
J. 11. 'VDE.
To CHOOltS li'1(531 s-Professor
Hinsdale requsests all studtents wvio
are candidales for the "Teacher's
Diplona in June, i894, swho have
not already done so, to report their
c auses to him immediately.
Notice.
FINANC.-Mr: Dixon will meet
his quiz sections in Finance at two
instead of three o'clock this week.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate .
Is the most effective and agee-
able remedy in existence for
preventing indigestion, and re-
lieving those diseases arising
from a disordered stomach.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfield,
Mss., says: "I vle it as an excellent
preventative of indigestion, and a pleasant
aidlatd drink when propely dilsted with
water, ail sweteed."
Descriptive pamphlet free on application tii
Rumford chemicalworks, ProvdenceRt.I.
Bewalre of Sbtitutes and Imitatiot.
For Sae by all Druggists.
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
25 EAST HIURON STET.
Good Work Guranteed. Goods called tiiri
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
PRINTING and--
- PUBLISHING
Student Work a Specialty. i
Bet Wrhmen and Lowest Priesn in the City.

0- O+PV1EtT A.WA.
A IROS'T_
Ie yen wish to boysa Bicycle at 40 per cent discount ttfri.reiiar it ail pries.
Conie and see as by all means.
We eon veil you the Monarch. Smalley, Rtaleigh, Warwick. Seal) cc, hunot, Tribune
and ncely oily mote on the market. Alsoatfull line of Ladies' whieels.
We halve made arrangements to sei purchasers at the DAttY office any night ior the
n ext twoc weeks Crow 6:a0 tills8 o'cloet.OLtdie,wtit,'us a postal.,otnd we will call. Our
priceswill make lilt dealern here corn pale.
The People's Bicycle Co.,
U. OF M. DAILY OFFICE
JAMES M-. DAVIS..
-STILL-
Antd by Attlority o1 the Courts EXCLUSIVE RIGHT to
World's Fair, both Coluamnbiani at Chsicago, andti Mid-
winter at SatsElarnic~o.
Original Retouched iStereoscopic Views!
tilIlO'Expo-itionlat Sail Francisco.
Wve 51u1n1511she finlest iteir-'l'II.l'5ti'.mideiof evei'y dlie ptl~ion.
Ally studetii itil enci-y c t11pay hnisva oy ughilliolle11-e b y selling11our good01 dr- -

1207 Dlatn sS., St. Lois, Mo.
Berirtn, Geemany.
PLEASE MENTION THIS PAP]

3320 W. AdetaidteSt., T0101110, Con.
19 St. Micisael's Road, L~iverpbolt, Rig.
Sydnecy, Australtia.
City of Mlexicoa.

PALACE + BARBER + SHOP
0Andi Bath R01101. W. H. OWEN, Prou.,
sy{ N0. 4 East 1Hulron St.. Oppo.sitevCLant
a 1 (if Hounse.Plot ColdandlSei Salit Bats, Por-
celio ubsvntvon aa1 iii~
"Takes First Place-,' UU 1~~L Tipm 1
The name stands for just whaStit i'a
The beat Bicycle builtcor $125.00.
Basebaillai Lawn Tenns.(J
Sptlding's Biaseball and Lawnll'fDenis',goadn
arc used excluaively tlhroa igoutit the U. S. an~d
Canada. Spaidla's 'Trade maris 511 gunrantee I -
that the gooid,, are'the best. Coemplete illus-
tralled catalo~gue 'etldy. settreie.oC
AhicG.NewaYok.n Phildelphi.,
Ca o G. w Spa kdi Pgi&aelposa
FIRST N AT-IONAL BANK ti Ike LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
aind SHORTHAND. Magnifienit baildingl aine
OF ANN ARBOR. ieacers;u large attenidance; good disciplline; siper-
Capial, luu~lu. Surpus ad Pn~tt sauue.irwo'rki;well napplied readitg ronm; daily leciurew'
Capial,$10,00. Srpls an Prfit, $0,00. atnrday evening rceptions; oceilh s ioexiiyear
'Transacts a generalibaningebsines. For- Exiceptionuaifacilities beoripacing studeits In posi-
en exchailge bought and eold. Letterc of ticils-aba ib ildgaduateilliaiiiteedib ai. Living
credit procoind for tr'avelers abroad. expenest$2Soi$l2.15 peerrek in privat efoiliea.
P. BA Cl) Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cahier. kor New Catalague, address
________________________P. R. CLEARY, PatS.
THE "WAVERLY" WHEEL
W~eighut,Ob8tipondis-withl Ilinclher 10. & J.) hJ~11es u Jfrc1 anus' Ruh
tiries-lot$85.00 ia theI senstlionlof iie Ca'pitat,,S$u0,Mn.NSur'plui' and Profits$1y,000
hou.St e t inillth1 window ot toes a general banking baioees. Pays inter-
elItsin Savinga Depasits. Has Safety'
Depnnit Bones foe rent.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE. RC.IKEMPF, Pran. F. H. IIELSEII, Cashier.
Bank open Saturdlay evening.
Ladies' ArtisticaHairdressing Parlors. 22 VYears lit the Busiess...*
LADIES' hairtdri'ssing, manicurling, lace
Land scap treatment dote in alit latent CITY LAU1NDRY,
fashiotn.airs. J.t. Trojanoski, 35 E.Washi-
ington St., over barber shop. M. Mi. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.

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