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May 12, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-12

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THEmo U. OF M. DAILY?.

YOU'D ENJOYI
CAM3ERA NOW IF YOU
HAD ONE.
We'esverl branosn tok and
some. rood camues at regular prices
We would tatlior have the money than
the 000o1s.
Calkins' Pharmacy.

\STIFF HT
r~.T - E

LIM

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.00 Hats Only $2.49.
BO WDISH & MATTESON,
,STATh] STRAWE1T

0

1 ®

MOOE~8 & WRWJMQI~2E~

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

~R.A~o7~ . -77 7O SO To~T O
IE"NNIS, BASE BALL AND SPORTING GOODS
Which they offer at p~rices Guarnrioteed to he as Lourtos can bec
Obtained Elsewhere.. .. ...

WINCHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY
262t Wabash Avenue, Chicago. Aftili tted with tt fl1ewco T'cctee- Ax-o( 0.. olstow.
toti(Ille1inpull.511111)(100((. Ats iea on jles i~ld.0aosp0lOil~y 00 ihee positions, theturv
-c100000100t, institute (ollek, (C1-. '0501 00NIP0 00(1 (5000(100. IJo-ant a1s-ecia01co)res-
p1ondent i((0Ai'(Aor0. OWrit ospecialters
t70)IXEJ GEO_ , S,'-:P RKE~lzt ROTTNtA=N S'EE

U. OF M. FLAGS.
Q )0(0 5(te l ( lver 0(nameled (0
yellow adeel sti pin
or catch pin Poie $1.01
TEAL7 ARNOLD, Joceoe.
WE ARE IN IT

IMMPERF0ECT FREttING 0OF lE INK. Pittecll with fin(10-1(lity 00 Gold Pens. Ift 0(1(1g(alt Wit a itte Line of Impiorted a1
I tll be1st, sltoo the PARCKERO.Illustrated cestlogne foe otn11(1applica tion.TePre PnDmsi
Cot., Janweville Wis. Sheehan & Co., ESIlosiceA-nts iln All Abor, IoPe e;Dmoi

i

WAR WICK*
The 1100(10lOOlThe
lightest- 111thing about11(th0195 tlO Tg1et
won010 } l- ((y sc -hiles101were)
Thley ar(0a0wondefl mtechanl51i-
051 triu0ph,1wholl~y1in te i10(00st
0ONLY 256Lbse
Yet 01t10arr ie hesame lib eral
guarantee as 1(000000 wheels. It
r epe-cot(lie Omiimum of weight
a0n1 maximuo))w(f strength
' 0It1is 1he bestheel ad-bu

CIGARS Fm CIGAR~S
Fo100. Folee5c. Pole~o. 1ri). Fo00). Flee25c.
No 115 to, (00---- 011:0 2c Pro(igiytiO15(i
55)1111(0' to its-----1.001 } 1..5 0 & .01(1 r('l; 1010_0 5ta_ 2.11)a
LittlS e ito~lOiO 0)) 1 3 0 000)lll(Eot :e- .+ 1)
W~l tn 11) 0)1(00-- 010 0. t S ot 15) . 5 (1)
For,50, I Ooyrr y ll IOe- .5
Bully Bo C s._1.3 i 5

Ic
10c
1)

44 Snuth Main Street.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

DEAN & COMTPANY.I

it co'.(,;01)1)' $125. 'Vou 1)000
you everc 001)11101010151actical
Iforma? Seeing is blieving0t."' In
tis case 00s1111g 1sbuyng," 000d
bu(ying s onomy1)1.
Catalogues Free.

IS

UNIVERSITY NOTES. The senior laws passedl a resolu-
(Sametot hreeo'clck. tion in clans meeting yesterday in
favor of hoeing Mr. Swindler, the
T~ocg~ nd 96 lws layd ajanitor of the Mc.Nillan gym, II)-
ganof on hoeffn wllus ltthisr morning, pointed to the tame position ino the
lar onGrfinwllletret teWaterman gyno.
laws Mnday.Recent gooses: Browno, 15; Corn-
Wentwortho is arond on crutches.el16 Pilet,03Leog,.
lie will try to play neel week, if Ihis el,6.3;rinen a,;1LAhg,S
knee swll pernit.e 3 elya,1.Ahrt
St i r~l~oredtila th prfto o ; Willianms, oz. Brown-o, zo; Corr-
sionoal departments will have theirI eli, 6; Canmden, Un Iiversity of
swin outI'Ioday ighttI enosylvanlia, 0.
soeoog0)0 Mnda figil.At thoe Musicale "ofthtie Wo-
Rev. Bastiaos Smits, of 1150.15111. " man's league at the School of Mou-
will sp)eak at tile Congregational sic, this afteroon at fear o'clock
chuarcho tonoorrow msorniug0011 eveoi M2rs. Alice 'Turner Merry is to give
logexercises in Swedioh gymnnastivo in
Mr. IL C. Lindley was elected th rcia ess ilr ysa
IPresident ansd J" B. Brooks, Vice- sihm ress.lmss lllrgma
president of the S. L. A. tlois morn- The Sunday evening bihle talko
ing. on "Tihe Pamphlets of a tPolitical
A paper on Macbhl ol be read Idealist, or the Book of the Pro.
by Alexander Cuonminog in tile phet Isaiah," given by the Rev. E.
Shaokespeare seminary, Monday M. Doff in St. Andrew's chourchs,
morning at 9:15. will he resumed on Sunday evening
Miss Winnifred Croine, '9J, was next oh the 7:30 service. The
elected president of the W~omn'sn special topic of the next talk will he:
league at the meeting of the hoard of "Foreign Policy: A Losing Strug.
Managers, Thursday evening. gle With Demsagogues."

SPRING and +
+ SUMMERFI £. IUILU
FO11-,1FASHIONABXLE. WEAl-.
Gm 141 WILp,
T]iE 1LEAst0ING0TAILOR,
No. 2 E. Washington St,, MEAR
.AiN
- - BICYCLE!
Inurh3011Ewhe
SI1SNG SYLnE:C.o
fO R arthrY. tcua

SPRINGFIELD. MASS.
TAR STEAMV LAUNDRY
'HOWDISH & HOUSE. Proprietors.
0 OFFIC, 3- OUT00H SEoTREET.

ASSORSTMENT.
' PRICES 1R1G111.
SEE
OURS LINE OF.
t IRAZOR TOES.
Good~ppeed's,
175S. MAIN ST. I

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