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May 16, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-16

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_______THE U. OF M.
A C'rMliI X OW IF YOU .2. .
I I) liONE.
$4.
\Ve'v erral a i-ins inAltockcanod
so i -od values. t 0 ;la'prc:
I A w0ZIl iar fetloticwmoey than
Calkins' Pharmiacy.

,

:.0 Hats Only $2.49.
BOWDISH & MATTESON,
S7ATE 8TIEA'1.

a- in 1 111 .
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j;Z. NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
aAND S'TATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAMA
______ ~7 =A.:Z°. SO.T 1°T ODf__--
wXs1 ide A. Noffe 'a.t inrices (olsirts A uso taeas iLo'isrte; cal be
Qirt'airier t l xiat . . . . . . . .

, ,- WINCHELL'S TEACHEPS AGENCY
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__ __ _ __ __ _ __ __ _ __ _ Co., I.AAaA.1e , WAs. Sheehan & Co., EcsiveIA A '( 1s S A o'

THE COLUMBIA
SStandard Bicycle j
Nof the World,
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fall sliorAAA o Al e A iA. A'l At IAAy'
Pope IV~g. Co.,
Bostonu, New York,
N Chicago, Hartford.
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Ros,(A'ts,t.AAAAIadAAAlowersAlof all vari-
ety. FlaAAl A.AAsg AAAAAA AAptiAA noiAAA AAAAAce
No. lObtvt 111's'AeAtlAopp .A.AeAAetAry gate.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
ArnASArbor. MAc.CIa. l tck$50, 000.1
SAuAplus $150,000.1
OrganiAzed uAndAeArteGea.AAAll ooig Loa
of thilsState. ReiCAves detposits, lbuys and
ells exchanoge oAlepiniaAiieAsAof AleAA
United Stales. Daoftclalhed 0p00 propoer
identficatio. Safety deposit boAes to root.
OFER:Chistihaetln Macl, Preer.; W. I).
Harrimao, Vice Pree.; ChasI. E. Hiocock, Ca-
ahier,1M. J. Fritz Asst. asoher.
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST 11UR0N1STREET.
Good Work Gulaanteed. Goods called f(or
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY
BOWDISH & HOUSE, Proprietors.
OFFICo, 32 SOUTHr STATE'STR0ET.

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3.2(l 15
tUi' 50. '
111 ly B1111 1 ts .
44 South Main Street,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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IDEAN & COMVPANY.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. cann~ot affolrd thtil tmel orA mon~eyfor
Game a it 4 -o'clock. itiltetics.
4 Corncerriiriotile AquestionAo a otm591-
TileCasalin i ou ths uornn1 an's 1interein AAtis mastter, theAre 1110
It is meeting with a ready sale, Isev eral l tes.Tile women~ here havne
iMr. Brown did not reelt his his- beeaciticisedt beiiise they do riot
tor clsse toaynoryeserdy. erneourage tile athletes by tiieir ipres-
toryciasestody ou yeteray. erce itnilagseAnAumiArs at tile giames,
The regents meet today. tmpor as t isrioe 1 il t East. But it is trure
lant business is to be transacted. tiist ill tile Fist the knorneri are taken
D~eal nowliton hias pot issveto A'b 1 iieir 'geneliienri -endsi." There
i stiother iiiaseiif tile subtject tihst the
on tise seiiior iaie soirgoot tor to-wAriteA ot Aloil ediitoril 1m9ayInot iknowA
night. itf. Wters I cme iiert, I w is told
James IRusslltRoweul is the sul thtiat it wouliii rot iieriropser fior tswoi oi
jeer to he riscuissed in the Anmerican tillee woml~enl to go to raytinighnt-
tenlded.trAtt Iiiowtihat thits feelirig
Masterpiece seminsary, Thiirsiiay, ati responrslilefor trietfict thalt so tew
4 o'ciock. 0011men buy, tickets tor leetures, con-
-- + 1 eertsetc.Thermea siiould rersember
COMMUNICATION. thrat it s relly15a new5thimgfor womiern
______ to go to entertairnenlts by thienmselves;
Edior UopM.~ay:that it taktes riore thlanA one gerseratiorn
Edites 001' t. Ost~vto overcome public opirniori;arnd that
Tile irticle inl Friday's Ditrra sigriedt is public opirniorn is largely their
"AA Female Cs-ed" does inldeed 'Ifrr- sopinion,. also.
nilitodtr eleton"I~ a te Tile most ofthtre wonmen I know do
ariclefoinfothefDetit ournI awhei ot go to thse athsletic field becailse
artclein heDetoitJorna whchthey dor't urideratarid tire ganses, andt
called fortlh this letter, and I was also have nAo personal interest illthrerm.
indignalnt at itsr I think it mriarep- Ad how can you expect a womran to
resers the feelinog here between the be persorlally irnterested in somethinig
men nd ome. I alo lid ll heIronm which she is stiut ot: Hbowever,
menandwoneli Itals lad al teI do list think arsy esllege wonran
blame for lack of interest in athletics ought Is expect all her entertainsments
on tire women, arrd takes no account to be paid for by a "gentleman friend.'"
of the large number of men here wh~o ANfOTHERalCO-ED.

Iiorfcal tch pin.
W E ARE IN IT
W~ith Fie LielofImordand
DomeAsicA
SPRING and + DU f'
+ SUMMERD 'UIIL
FORit CASIIIONAlLE WElAR'.
No, 2 E. Washington St., 14 fIN.
A
- BICYCLE !
AO ITInuane o.Fo
ZO oES.< c=S
Maidneedt.

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