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May 22, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-22

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______THE U. OF M. DAIlY.
Your Lady godpaiws ackiijtoshes
Friend____ FIO0 :R0s15. OO0
I ot a b ox cf our Chocoltes. A Fine Hat for $2.00. At the Popular Outfitters,
Se, A i lad ie your good taate if you
Calkins' Pharmacy. BOWJDISE 2 c& WTA2 'ESOZ T..

MOOE 0 & WJ--EO9,


Wichel they oifer at picaes Guaranteed to lie as Lore as can be
Obtained Elsewhere.. .. ..

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~o yettoiw and btuestick pall
no A 262 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. Attilited riththetIBotton Teachcis AenyBton.or catth ptanPrtce, it-Ze.
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* , llgaiii c isttue 'ciiiet(. EM SAMPot IiiCitiu t e Otdua spciat corre- fLfARNOL o, Jeweler
ponu eau inAt or Wite frecilittci
mis -R.O_ PgaARK 0Ti 5 F06 Now A=N 'soEi _ WE ARE IN IT
MEMEM OHVi ith a Fie Line of tItported aiid
PittFLCT FEDtING OF 1THIIT. titledwith 0inestiquatity o1 Gold1 teni.It youiwnt Domestic
iebet, tast tor the PAtilt IttustratreIcatatloretree ution appliceatio n.The I art ci IPen
Co.,Janeve,t i i.Sheehan & Co.,ExcltsivAicenlt, iniiArbor, PRN nd + FA R~
Pu Fr100.'or25.loi P, c.Iici.ier50I oi c act
Nott5 Scoien $ItO 022 ;cProdiy i<au t--fO0 I 5
WiiiiiriSti, _ 001 20i 40 .co o, i ii 1 1c
in:" ' itteSoSi gi es iiI ) 1ti ~un{iic i i-i 3.1) 1c GE 14 a WIliLp5,
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Whclig..eoits. i1.20 1 ,c SaulSotifs }tt ~
j Fr:f.HarryCt 3i at 137 I. THE. LEA DINGf.0TAILOR,
ClharmerCigars - 1) 12 Ic Lail allCias-_ 4.1tlcc
nifcne nb uidingl;00ninetner;large aiteudancer;Bully Boy Ci asr. u~~ LED_ CHO 1.:3o 0 7 t° o E ahngo t, ~f
good disilinoeueriloriwork;wellisuppliedreaudinig___________N__.___2__E__Washington_______St__NEAR__
ioo-taiyi eues; SauraOiyeveninignree ptiin;uiiII
open eenire yner, ommnercial graoduate igrrot 44 Sooth Mrain Street.DE N&C M N .
demtand; shorthund gradutiues all seoore poiiost Ann Arbor, Mich. lvn xenef2 o 27 e eei EAtefm"s=7 -1.
lies. Poe Neinw CaTrcoreanouLiii ofSets400who _______________________________________________
takepositions fruom weklo weekOadessr'
t' a LA. ie. UNVRSTYNTE. Prof. Hudson has divided his class Bi qc e
AN,3°N ARBOR Prot. Kelsey will not meet his in Modern European Hiatory into e
yi~i~ L U D~ class in Archaeology today, three cluiz sections, which will meet, je
1, C '9'6 and '97 play a practice goome beginning next Friday, at 8:15, 9:30 stiij ri' !
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. on the campus tis afternoon, and 4 o'clock.cllo' ne00 r
ES.SERiytSS, - Mlarcseer. Sunday's World contains a "write- The D~etroit Trihune of May 21, yorwheeldownW u ~shiitnStsopa
No. 11 ste uin iid en well show y s a ciw-
DANCINpG and DLS AR'tE up" of the University of Michigan. contains L.. G. Longas Syracuse pei-ia tieof i iuoylrSudries aiii Suptilies as
1 V Gcer oiiicw.L A l ith larest-istock or Hi-
MR ANI WARPD FOSTE Miss Emnia Jutch, who sang itn the, speecht on "The Scholar in Poll- ouyceill thecout00 l hr kp olbad
oo4ANE6 S. Stute Street. May festtval is ill at the Cook tics" besides a brief biography and M.* STAEBLER.
MON 5Y . i.AdvIcedcGassII forLu- Prof. Dewvey's iportrait will be lien sketcht of the author.
diesal(etilt emenc i.
71t1NDOA F--;1. ii. Ldir-' dl ct-e clam p laced its Newberry hatohisbweek, rishe secondl annual moeeting of -,
1 11 irp ~. te ici I ,ii ; uii, the Illin~ois In er-Scholastic Athletic
tO~~l iit~~~il by stenibers of his classes. aocaitwshedtCanpgn S 'OE
.051 tt.'J' ii. ii.Gcitto~iiit~tiiu lr. atnc Mrs. Naiscrede give a irc Saturday, ctnder thse auspices oh the
4!) to. Itdes titr iiilitgt oi eito oticoecr tc tn 0L
: ij . ii hltt'Ii d t:t _ s lii tontoth mmbrsofthe seutco .ohf1. UrbantlightSchs oolsnlllRING SY
Privatelssons by apoiiivlt-t itnedic claso tonigist at titeirIsomie. thle cihamptionsipii.
Prof. Taylor will not oueet his r iThe seolinary in Amterican litera- NOW RiE5 O
'' claas in Socialisti today, but wiii tore which outso Thursday at 3 ELEGANTI
onitittetItext orttic tol Po/io 57,03..
Caitourral, 000 sulus andoPof is ute bookThroaNovel,"illustrated by thte works of ASO ME .
I~e eea akn, isn~.Py ne-bo hrdy. Howcells and Janmes. Mtiss Heaton PICE' I~T
ccouovcutipit.iaSaty Prof. Lotbrop lectures to l te iira tt sa-
Dteposit Boxsfo fr rreii. lwl edtees
0. KE P, Pes. li . PH. tIERti,d'Cshier. E
auiovoenoSatuisaypeenuig. graduate and sensior laws in thoe taiw- ~ E
lecture room at 4 o'clock every day Notice. OUR LINE 01"
PALACE + BARBER + SHOP tj this week, on Patent law. SEct -GOcVERNstcoT. - A mseeting RAZOR TOES.
Anid BathO tRooms. W. ". OWENI, trot), SiI
1%o 4 ]East 14uronm St.. O~ppoitieC'iort i colleges cwere represented in will be held in Roons A, Sattrday,
He.no odadSr atBah.Pr a 6 t1:3 .mt ics ain tubs the tennis tournament of the Iocvw a , a:oa. st ics a
_________________the question of self-governmsent, o d ee p e.cle IwaUirstwnth
iX CIELSIOR LAUXIDRY cleesb oaUnvriy wntt with especial reference to exanstna-
50 EAST HUR~tON STREET. championshtip in botht doubles and tions. Everyone invited, from all 1L7 S. MAIN ST.
(food wookGiuoranterd.IGiods rutted tfor
and derivered. A. F. COVERT. Prop. Singles. Clepartnsents and thte facullt y' _________________



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