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January 28, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-01-28

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'W. of shorts about a capan howoldLIKE FINDING MONEY.
The eastern teams hlave their tap- Bly Going to W'iahr & Miller's and save fromo arc, 50C anti 75c on every
' utithntt ailr (Sundayas excetedta) during - t~ s a) pair of Shoes as we must retdnce our stork to
O(ttnCole y ear, by taint, adtebnfti easilyap make room for Spring Goods.
parent. tith oar track athletics -
THiE U, OF M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION placed ionte hands of a capable - CG
Subscritption price acus tper y(ne, iaruabty ratitain there is good reason to be- Iinc Footssear D~ealers,
in adranet' Siagyt apiva) 3i-n-nt. hatbr-il- les'tht' interest swoulnd increase 48 80)U''II MAIN ST~Tl-r
tiflt mary tie tefttattt ire of the T ie
at stffet's,twitti any ofathtiedlios orat- dii behttei training svould result.
athiziedsiitoirs. 'The suggestion tsay be of grater ' EXAMINE TiHE
1e ftsodrahte eb . T*I 'J S Tcan lkint,'..t .if they- atre tttt ' aet-ttl e et eaclltheti sve retmeaber that ourT - EXV\V!T 1 iI4IddesRal"ate itede1frTubTc- IePECEIav\t7EDtth wstr
in tthe aagin g at ditoSte ntit ti sitint's teamas at (tntca~O text r[nseatari O
teat Mtantater. lichiga ust d o her best to take TAILORt lS ADFossetauFsts. ?1 SOUTHII MAIN STREET-
THE U. of M. DAILY,___the_____hi-Best________honors.______
AttnAtaor ipStlaeitinisst onor. ~,~ji'Y a' Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
pDTOS i teiti l iitUNIVERSITY NOTES. 'v.iLi.'4,iaagnyntJtr. !!E ' Michigan Railway.
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r r pet: gttxian e $2. tt$2.7aitrwtieSi itt-ite ain ANu' te-ittilt
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no used. R SLcRYtPris rea6.Toido . Nil itx.rti;I .. MIti
'i lataatonR selow g r ratis, ebe n t - & F iner otiSt-tnlatiTtime tt.lre
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butit n1il at tachetos e le, rainsctrit)dge ranaltwttoItneAdebateo
-eniog n i~stretlmu'Plant tisr H oedo only, daiIc etsn KTlii
At a I) o isaood ardh aveeetit n astst xertstoClaof Iand-,arrtntteofilcot
rtig h eintoi f I N sn ai i.- h Toatheis-ensdaly, NI'.4tn y
anbbrdeamaaendol -riinIC'. NV. l and Neg-o rae r of"ery ail'iodilyivte.oatn
Sottdins ou r it boxe. illeaitttiwere VI. fis, I.0II.1tipttia. SH3IH N & COMPAN 'S t .txLF
Ale.ecam tin St-ot tins lReeiselltpetratioorn,
notised tirithisillasinteritig tm s UI 5LCL. H LDy & Feiner('IGen.!Pas. et. oca 1gnt
Irltliit tissau ta r erfrs Edmotin i'IlBloc;l, st Itt)st. as;t l C s s ' Jfi L
ruta- t-i-Clou t e 11rs sigt ureitCe it tlbeiabtolis
muic__ us-gean H m -idbte

tortially- itii tetiiig thl -st:. o I-
Stitl that (otritelis Is avn' twoitc-
tll wsiltes isitli tie n' iversetyiaoaf
Michtigant, tueo ichti-lwsill 1se-playetd
herea, gin-es ititli ysatisatioit n tthe
'rl:~ addlress at Neawberry ilall,
totmorrowv mortiitg, will be given by
l~r. AMarkley- is sisbject sell] ie
"iReligiousa Life in Americans Col-
leges."' Fewsensesare better quali-
fied toi treat this subject, as tite
speaker hsas liati a witie experietnce
its college life. After four years at
a dlenomuinatiotnal eollege, lie spent
four years at Hartvard, ann] has nose
been here for a cumber of sears.
Students may expect some iter-
eting conmparisons and instructive
lessons from the address.
'THE attetntiotn of those interested
in track athletics in calledi to thte fact
that wehe lnsever htad a captain of
that bransch of athletic weork. NNoultd
it not be see]] to centralize leack

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offiie, fitasfSit e st lit-ks, eiriitg -a.
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