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May 14, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-14

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IHE U. OF M. DAILY.

Yu'Df ENJO YI
A CXi1JItA NOW IF YOU
HAD) ONE.
We've soveral 1Il.0111 inls10ckind
We. 00u1d1rather t11me0the money than9
Calkins' Pharmacy.

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\STIFF HATS
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.00 Hats Only $2.49.
BOWDISH & MATTESON,
STAT]EISTRL I.

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J~QOR~IO & W~WMQ~EJ,

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

---- --- S Z7 . A F"T-- = A1SOR2TMn 2'TO OF'
TENNIS-, BASE BALL AND SPORTING GOODS
Which thiey offer at prices Guaraniteed to be as Lost as can bie
Obtained IiseWhiere..... .. .....

WINCEHELL'S TEACHERS' AGENCY
'262 Wabash Avenue, Chiago~. AfIilI 1 e wthllhelI~ecn''ahr'1En otn
IlniIn~e in 1plan1. MstSIliberal toImembers.000 Mak111a11 11 cl'l'1i-ly0of hi~ihoe 1positions,1,lecture
ploctet 111lLAnn Arboe. SWrte fole ilte rmstn.
='=E OFEJO S_ F' ARKETHISTE 'OUAELPA.IT ISLT_

1ln0000'r FEEDIING O01"HPINK. Pitedwith filnestduliity of Gold Pens. If yount0
th till ask f. or th1e1'PAROERI. Illustreatedi 01111110110freee111011application. The Parer een11
Co., Janlesville, Wis.. Sheehan & Co., Enlali e Alent nl' 11Ann IAebor,

Cornenof T1omw11and1tie IbI Ii 11,111'11011,,
OIRTQA.-O _TIT,.
The oll eel'''lr 11111 illl'lonIIeliof1the
room 1110110 1 1 e ~ ie:
101110 t-t,<r: 1~ 1 E, oflle el-Il
Till,1546,an l ;ict' l 1,1 "el I , ' 1895,l'lleto le
by00 Oio. 111111,Vs111500an
A.h1100liictal nd Lahoralry faclitiestnire
('On lo 11't'li1 1111nied011.

CIGARqS -CIGARS
F 1011151+o orc. Poe 0111 o 1. 103'
.)c w .1 ). For ,0.l- 10.10 - 1. or'2
WitCl sSo't _-- 1.00 1 S.0110110 11.0-. .9 4. 11
Litle Sm k IIge .' a -,)' E03a leCi t C1 __ _-- . '

s e;,U. OF M. FLAGS.
nlollloo-Silver, enall eled in
011catch pin. Price, i1_501.
TIVJOL ARNOLD, Joitler.
WE ARE IN IT
'Ot111a ine Lline of lomported ood
Domestic
SPRING and + P 11I~
+ SUMMER IJIL IIUI
FOR F IASH-IONABiLE\WEAR1.
Gs af 1LJJ
T'111LEAD01NG 0TAILOR,
No, 2 E. Washington St., NE ARN
t~\~STOLEN

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44 South Main Street.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

DEAN & COMPANY.'

UNIVERSITY NOTES. The lawn crtowded moain hal thin fI . . -- -
11 eir vi eeoze hsmorloingT to see floe cap ond gown 'g,
weinpiaecroain. parade, some even venturing into ~ . BICYCLE!
weekin rivte crpoatins. chap~el. Whlen the seniors did not
At the handicap meet of the U. appear, flhe lawnsovere "roasted11 in 1I1s0l'' 001101 1111
of P., 010 Wednesday, Orton ran a tearful manner. 01.010 I'ia l0 1t1
th iei 1325011Iuhot. The baseball teaml appearetl in k o'101ylsu tC.'lorI
vaulted no ft. i01 -4 1n. tfirnwuutrfrththerie ~ i~llllpart01a111r
ternwsisfrtefrttmlast oioil1111. nn 01001100
Tfle nmechanical eng ineers nylonSaturday. Thle slirts and ti are 110 I'd OGasi,t -orF11-101 t.
have heeu conniucting a test of ihe of gray, tile sweaters, stockings 1111
eievator powver plast of floe Auodi-1 cap; and hells of lark blue, pre-
lorlo oo in Chicago, for lihe last thsree senting a very tasty appearance.
weelts10ave returnled. Prof. Stanley wiii lectoite upon S"'0 E-
'Tle Ann Arbor higho schonol hal1 thse program of tloe May F'estival, S'SM;SYIE
teamo defeated the Nornoals at 'psi- Tuesday and Wednesdlay at 5ip. en.,
ti Saturday afternoon by a score of ioo Frieze 1Memorial hail. He wil v NOW IlREADX
2010 11 . Norris occupied the box also glee a lecture before the tnland ELi.(0AiNT
for tioe high school's. League on the "Manzoni" Retquiens, ASSORTMENT.
Comies of floe libretto of the Re- before the Iland League at 8 PRICES RIGHT.
quiem msay be obtained at Clements' o'clock tonighot.
nomusic store, M~oore & Wetnoore's, The S. C. A. choir wvere pleasantlySE
Calkins' drug store, and thoe office entertained at Newberry hail, Satur- OUR LINE OF
of the School of Music. day evening. Canoes and a short RlAZOR TOES.
Chcg nvriyi lyn rga ossigo oa oogood bail, having defeated Wiscon- by Miss Bitel, an instrumental duet Go oIpee 'P
sin 16 to 5, and having been beaten by the Misses Worminy, and recita-
by Ililinoia 9 to 8 and by Northwest- tions by Miss Richards, ke'pt all in- 17 S. M~AIN ST.
emn 3 to 2 in a twelve innings game. terested until a late hour.I ______________

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SIMPLE, CHEAP,
AND EFFECTIVE.
Eadorsed by OveT 50,000 Usero.
001111all111.0' 1 0 li' l1 1010 (' 1l 11be lo. .115
LAWTON & CO.,
200 Vesey ,Sired, .New Y;'k.
STAR STEAM LAUINDRY
BOWDISH & HOUSE, Proprietors.
1101on, 30NSOTH00STATEvSTRnET.

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