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March 07, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-03-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Pulihvio ~ ~ tyGinnLKgad frmMONEY. o cr
tisDily (Sii vays excepted) during admsission fee of 25 cents wil be pair of Shoes as see nust reduce onr stork to
the College year, by i make roons for Spring Goods.
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION chiargedto ntnemaeniice. der '' - T -
Subscionnllicen pe r s~v~-years, invariablr "here wiii be a bussiness meetfng Pine Footwear Decalcrs,
adac iiiiiiavniCbeieof thle S P+. Wednesday evening , 48 soe MIX1AIN STRIEET.

vit Stofl~lt's, with anyvof tlileitorsivi orx
Communeications chouldreaih the ogl be
o'lc jevs .xm. if they nare'ton appiaritiencstx
Iny. Addres i mattuler' intendedcil pubica
ion he Mavsn-nkEditor. All Ivvvcnicx
THlE U. of lM. aDALY,
Ann Artvne. Mich.j
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jltivocern oii te renl nnniiir:of1coi
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tirger thanu sul.
hit- are in rereit of ia coin 1ii-~i
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ifioring us that1KIene-Ut/lest-
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11o intsinithlCfied Ivonvvests. (lass
intvereist vyvghtl livbe aroiusedito live
Highest pitch illview ovetviisviiiize.

at ivshicl it 'is idesirablie that nitlomensi-

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tie miavie vtierivvvneitly settle tile jJ'IUIjk X 'IIJIABGDSO
muhi icl issedt questiovi oif pledie t
acit llmembiershlipl (pia fiii aloiv ea ii ai ) '
my ~ ,~j~'Y I Toledo, Ann Arbor and Norte
MiNS5chigan Railway.
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Rumford Chemical Works, Provi-
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FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.

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-SECOND-HAND TEXT BOOKS
FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER
At thc Studnits' loosrest udeniv tsi, scv15 liviyI urxv ol lviYt
idi bii of' iv ' sn WeIare daily5' cii g i m ii Ini~g iliivi5svof
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filddtiy is assuredvie wovud vrgse at 110he ilslsla- L I ~icenbe sero
the athlietes osf bots classes to taken i via 1 tllilsv vodgv
lisely inlterest ill tile niatter and lut e v i v le isad a t
their names at onice ts their class lipiti II .
comi~~ttee. the state xiii probablybcs Ieixl 511 Q ca.
tie -Aay no, nithosigis thearrange- ixhereo vwitih tihehighstvf
seists for baseball gamses siny svnors, fue stuneIll these Uniftes]
necessitate a chsasige of date. 111e Sttsatlon beinlg seodtollvislo
feld-day osught to tbe nade osne of oilier.
tihe great athletic evesnts of thse year. JPh lI"E
Thie freshmian andi sophsomore classes XLvII i(hiI.
casn do notiig better to increase Woodwaril F. G.
athletic sentiment in their respective Ave. and SMI T, SONS
classes than by supporting tile field- State Street. & VLCo.
day. ID-P raaoTT, aeiC=.

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NOT ICE . -'ISii h:i 1 ND T OTLLLA101S
iid ilvvivvvi Dt sandiv outvlvfitovwnvI'civy ONENI\IUH"TONLY.
J.1.i&- cii. 55s vie svivn'ellov firsvtylevi W DNE
givecit to yiv ,ndi vbvvis o-Isivl .Hi t O n di A V . A 9
colid hunces vit viiliisifcithvevsdaya nigi l it-iv 'lve-Peevveis c5 Iliile vIo 'lvae
R. E. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South-
Staie Street- HUMSV ANAIIORH
HO UNC ES Asxisted1by Iey admvir-avlevlei'111i1ed5ofit svi-
TTI E s csc ineluv ing hed fic viisie 'IIvvgeviinilviii-
Ante vary ehoinest Candles traghedyiMARY eITAd~.iyteesxoh
AixO xliii ix 7Srevisevd, essumeav n i nt iv ierpireed
--istam listcai no itesamvtvdirecios byIv a
TUTTL E'S, dlleI~al_;I~.
485S01valsS TTEilSaET PRICES, - 50,3 75 and $1.00
Sealitsnstile vti WattsJexweiryStire.
Coal! GIBSO3N
11 W. Washington St PIIOTOGRIAPrIfIER
P-EOZITE ITO n8 NO. 12 W. HURON ST.

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