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February 21, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-02-21

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~J . ~1J( 'To Jil 511).--alias e's iian LI KB FINDING MVONEY.
-'''n slation of Logic. For first nmeeting,
.Feb.. 28, begin with chapter 2, 1)30, By Going to Wahr & Miller's and save from 25c, 5oc antI 75C on every
Pabliuhod Daily (Sundays excepted) during and read to page 44,§ 23. pair of Shoes as we most reduce our stock to
the College year, 5y snake room for Spring Goods.
As I vas unable tomeet these classes -__
ra.. at the hour set on Tuesday, I will"FnFoterDars
- -- ~~make ainothier appointment for Fn oterDaes
THEss hcription price-:of the Trhursdiay. 'rhe class in Rapid 48 SOUTHx MAIN STrREET.
I)&II.Y for the remainder of the year Writing will mieet in room 4 at y
willbe$12he Al,$nt2lr.dysAll,'loknot n.already n T ssibrb-shuodbclockh, ndr a.. t 9:.3 The. i class So its e T OUEeSsR E TROUSCUN
keep in touch with university move-
mnents. All athletic and haseeball Y O HI RriY DAYS.
news will be dispensed wills prompt- i 7.Ol-N'FR & CO_, - T.A.ST10 S
ness antI accuracy throughout the Toeo
season.Toe, Ann Arbor and North A ilTr nvriySho fNui, ihgnRiwy
ini order that our muisic lovistlg th
Dum3. i'i< 1 11 II vai i uu SM N I (edtillit
dlents anid citizecns may have an op- N" JIs1)1I b vsio ci iicelSiiiofli)12 5.
plortunlity (If becomng icil minted Horsfd S Acid Phosiphate.iiDepature o i1 i i'iOOStlAnn Aror.i
withi thie lest ivorks li the literaturc
of chiamibcr niusic, has arrangyeul a -11 lhave'liseil it for several years, ntiN
or tiDeetr iilyiin y priactice, but inimytoy ls n'i l- .u1N.Nil
veyI i eisi vi11i ae n iisic toilroli theLEADING OSCHOOL OF UNEoSSu. Siag- Nii I, STil1ladIii -:pi'iss'. '5).. .i<i n
('h in er niu lc isth te n iv n ii l' iitlilles liiiof till' fest inervei god i scipline;', lsloiorworkiuwellisopplied eeading No. *:Mai an asengerc*i. . 1... . in.
thaiier 0 i il e) I lC lic ' i l t siep1)155(55 I'l~rillniliicx- il1odi ly w1 sine5;Satnurday evening eceptioavn o.sii i~i'isuis
1(1~~~pe sthiesnloi ms ie 111 li itiiii iicv~is 1 ~ 1)111 enire 1110; comme0rc1il graduatsin greati 15 10 ( li.
to s clcm o iin slrlol5 ltli rt~f "w>'iit r gi fs r ,l,1"' eindil; sh,orthandgrdes'sall soo eposions; (0M ,1T1
adapted1oosO.o f-c1ew'1tinpr1ivaltfar- Nio". uail andI 1asciigi'e..........I n,
aiptl for pcrformoance - in smiall ii ll 111Sill iiii'ciii'5 '.'oNon CAeA,.OsvUEand Atof.(tudentswas N:: N:adC cs . 7
halls, andl under thinstitle areini- p.a.CLErT Pie.N:: 0 'ndiAsno"inimlw1. : vn
cludedio si, qu artettes, qiuitts, 1tecllnD11ag ebc olIoil exep inn.
-i nd5 (alplpetizer. It noorishes adn11- $,0 $.0,$.l9$
ec., for srnsor pianio .and1strings. 're h ie rana 20, 30,$. ,5 iai s ,inod eiv 11nn 111'iii?
oraatyof thhgreaestreortsrfinensisd:hotly, Fist lis Ins Wa(clli liUToledo onydaib (nc<5'sFtmdi -
Mayo h raet ok f;msiparts renessed energy masd cit alitv.an FirsI GuseadWirnei n oter tris il 1011 1011,I .
are embodied ia thesc forus,landtI cnlivens the IfunctioIns. NN=t a 1 w. H.lBEo§'I"i, 1;. S. OscidNuvl Ili.
the programmhes for ihis series swill iliscripllve patophiel fry-I'n isplplicaoiio1 E S Doty & Feiner. I en tmPss. IN cat. Coral agect
inocluide tysiical exmpeso the vari- Rumiford Chemical Works, Provi- SHEA O HiA &(0 h~A ')
ouls schlools ioi wriing, aindl will Ic-ue n- -siol-iio)i--iiiiis
therefore be eduicational as well as FO AE YAL RGISS ECOND-HA.D ~ ~
entertaiin~ig. 't'hese concerts will ____________________ ~T X
le given 11y'tile Detroit lPilhar- HENRY HAUG, j FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER
mionic Club. 'The Atilwvaukee Trio, 'i'eaoli-r and soobstGa, (l 11)10',ni 1Na- At fle Sfiudentis'lBookstor'e, StIidtSilS ,'IN(, hl'(O11 111011 ..
of swhich ;S\r. Svlinaal is the leading WtJE" anlcItOOsvcd bnudf '.We are dallyN receivintg coniognmenvts of 1"
mlemsber; SMr. Eulsvarud Iaxter :Perry, Nois>s. State It. ;sendhbnd (If d sholi os'rii ('ollege't'ext IBooks fr1111the .
aIElaot wvhichi wce will offer mt low prices. We Ikeep the I h 1ll
tie blind lpianlist, whose lectern re- ! } . cyrnnyi n eiau )vinlrc v-snilld yteFls'. s
rust aresiniille S~r R.~I)~~i~ ilas~ obriave the best mand cbeaplest Noto Books in thity-.
:tillsAlr. Srfiiiaal aiisl Mr..Freuler-
ickc ;d1ills, will assist. The evrenings L. GR UN E R. a S HE E HAN & C OM PAN Y1
secelare .larcli 2, 14 anisl23,8 .M;Sre, -Anj ~Uni1versity7 Booksellers, - State Street.
Al 1,ai ly :. Tepis fSHEEHAN& CO. SHEEHAN & CO. SHEEHAN l CO.
seasona tickiets is $1.50. Pile i' 'in- - -
ber of tickets soid will be ressricted "_7111".co M'olle oilore11. ANN ARBOR N SCH ER.,
to the actual seating capacity of tihe C._ho o jph
hiall. In view of all that itie School OEAK LKITPL1Y '0 o a Q
of Shiisic is soing for the vomulmun-23SUHF RTAV.
ity, Newvberry 1Jall, ini whichu tie I ot-sy-in-23-SUTH-FURTH VE.. 'CORNERIN ASi ND llt 11(1'sTs.s
No nyinrns ut is all other E. S, EVS - litNiso . __________________
series is to be given, shioulid be Jewery as w,eourtvariety issrichi and SEVS, llllN1s,
eare. inle eeled Itings anid Pest.-
croswded. dantsiwe can shoiw an utisurpassed as F E~ STti IENTSi

After having decided to reform
thie present band-to-mouth miethiod
of sustaining the L'niversity of Mtichs-
igan, the senate oii Saturday ssud-
denly reversed its actionm anid recoil-
s:ldered tbe bill granting the institu-
tion onle-fifthi of a mill tax ansi laid
it 01n the table. Thie senators do
not appear to knowe their minds on
thle subject.'T'heir treatmenlt of the
bill is very much like the State's
treatment of the Uiversity-one
day generous, the next p~arsimoioius
and illiberal. It is an injury to the
U'niversity and is destined to reduce
its usefulness, influence anit renowvn.
-IDetroit journal.

RUBIES IN 'StiFlt' i
WvATCES alays ihaeiiorimost
Nvashtloace. itisouiiu to irosure
only the moot perfeet timhepiecesothe
isocisi troduces. In addition to al lie
fiaiius makes wve ask spieciai lienioii
1o our san speciai F. G. S.5.&i'Co 's
muoement. 'a'ie mosperfecly-boal-
AV KI E' tiF. G.

and' d.ioc ns. .Diit't si o toii fii ttowntifoi
Canly ,ishien you non gtiastos goomd at R.E.
Jolly & Cio..14 doiit charge toe siyle, biil
give ii to you1, atid ihat is one-ihaif. Hodtsani
colai inn . i ai-ie t ili hosrs or the day and night.
IR. E. JOLLY & CO., No- 26 South
State Street-.LlP OPL GS
And) thu very choicest Candles
-1VJ. STE3 LEP.,
11Il W. Washington St PROTOG4RIC36 R
Toalem T- - No. NO. 12 W. HURON ST.



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