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March 22, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-03-22

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Publiahed Daily (Sundaystexcepted) during
the Colere year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Stobteriptiontpt'ie l2.5t ipe year, invariably
iadeanee 5Single copies 3 cents. Subscrip'
tiont may bet left at the o015ff of the DAttY,
at Stoffletas, with any of the editortstie
aothorized solicitort.
Communications should reach the office by
7 o'clock P'. mif they are ttt appenethte next
lay. Adttrest all matter itttended for publca-
tinn to the Managing Editor. All businesa
oomuunitatinashtotld be sntt to the Buti-
oes Manager.
THE U. atfIt. DAILY,
Ann Arbar. Kirk.
EDITORS.
5.1. tinTttY, it. 'tt, Mnnagintg Edittor.
1C. A. D.nuo, iLit. '903, Assistant.
:FL t). Seiceen, tote. 'tAssistant.
0'V. 1ooVN,totew'113, Assitatnt,
Si. NV. Coe So, 1'.1G. lit., iBuoiness Ntnttger,
00, .. 00'. Ittotlvo.fLit. '94i, Attiettitt.
LIE AR . I I I'~ .A 11
Iflit3.tGetniott "14. "'C.N\'ioteeo93.
WE desiye to again call attetionr
to thte poor ventilation inii'Iniversity
H1all. 'Te officeys of associatiotns
and ushlers shoutld make an effort to
remedy this be ratising tile indlowst,
at least.
'1tt? latleness of tiletdelivry of
the D:sii.v for the past two tlays, swas
du oe to delay in thle Arg;us press
roomts, causiedi ly settinig 011 anew
press. We trust so further tardhi-
neis srwililie necessary'.

,THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Wisconsin, anid Northwestemn senm LIKTE'' FINDI NTG' 'MOrXNEY.x
seriously frightenedi at the magnificentLX1i Fi J1N. IV"ID.
team Mininesota will puit in the field By Going to W'ahr & Miller's and save from 25c, 50c and 75c on every
3thtis spring and sptic their mein to fieshi pair of Shoes as we must reduce our stock to
exertioti by the asstirainee that anty- nimake roonm for Spring Goods.
where from 25i to 50) eandidates are
hardilt work at this intstituttion. IDont - __I = = = ..-
be aaried, retern.Thee ma beFine Footwear Dealers,
50 hniatt work tere bitt so far swe hive
failed to fitid a sitigle otto, ansd from 48 SOUTrH MAIN STREET ".
presenttappiearansces, aniy of your fresh-
isitti teamis %vill lbetible to inake a A cy5-'rr'r''rd'Ydl
bleedling stacrifice of Miutnesota'asrep- J 'f J lIIr P Sp
reseittatices anTicrftot It aid tsoik ~.Lne.
3 dointg it, either.
Homi. W' R. Castle at Ivniver- 21 S. Main Street. WAGNER & CO.
shty .ail, tonight.
'01R Toledo, Ann Arbor and North~
l U C Michigan Railway.
o v l lfepatto T rain1 1 sita t Atnt ,libot
IR.sivs o~kl 1 t I ,(ed rile
]IsthesfLEADING SCHOOL On nUSINSa. tag' No. 1. Maltoild spt'est. 720 a. n..
Horsfordss Acid Phosphate. titlcent Itfilding;tnintteases;Btarg, attendance o .etli3 . IPtesAnnttAebtie Aeeott'.iliii 0 oo
"I have usedttilit for sev'etraiyeats, tnt opent sliteetire ye; totottreotni gradutes in great ctlltol tiof f0. 171.1
flux 11 Pi l )ra ticff blt ill 1115 ' 211ill- fdetiiaftd; itehotgradatesoaltsecueo siionts;lts 1170
il ~y patce ti":ag expeet$2.10 25tporweek'toeetoolo fato. it" M'alfiln t'oteenser'k. 11 i! . ii
tileidltlal 1casf, 'tttall(c o itder it un~der' tll ',es.I. ie or tw atwLotttiand Lis fuet t sOlod otNilalatiF p-s ........ ;p n
cirfititistutites 0110 of lte iest tnerve akfnfoptioanfroo nwetlo v CeoAddeet PrwhoNo.6. i'Toldot Accommte tion. 00 t.
ttotitcs tdtat 512 posses ;. For tlenttlex-CentrledSltndardimeto.
lllltsliitic tofovrot giv Nes Orenttewed $00$3.0,"Dai ~tly oseept Sntitly.
s treligthland111vioicfi ftotettntirtt s 2.0,' 3.09 4.0X5 Tant lonidt6 runo betttwett AnnitAtitit
tea .''t Toledo tttly, dailt'.t'et'lit Sul)(],t.
Aittost exeellentt411111agieealtc N sEvery l teWay.te ttl rofI
a11d apeie.Ititoitrislttthes 115 InI, I? o. IL. IoEI7T7I', 1.V. 05ll17lictt 10.
otsthe te r i ndbdyIm Doty & Feiner. Gent. loot. Agetit. tocsl .Ofetut.-
oarts rfildenierlyanit a lt ndt
eivptt etsetl elfcgtiots. Itlt 1 1 SHEEHAN & CO. SHEEHAN c& CO. SHEEHA N c&CO.

Iteoceipti-e lpatmphlet free'('ott feeliottlill tff
Rumford Chemical Works, Provi-
dence, R. 1.
Iloeitte or flibtitt eaod Imtiltatioits.
'FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
'HENRY HAUL-7
t. s -'adslosGiar ~noan ai

SECOND-HAND TEXT BOOKS
FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER
IAtf 1-lie Studetits'IBoobesstre. Sltdents, sasne Ihalf You1111 ioie
SI andl bll If tun, We 1110 dotl ,s ecets tug eotsip'tttttettts ttf
' ciin11-1an(1 itdish~to-worli Colleg e Text Bototts Ii ttthe
Eas whf11ithwet will ofher at low p1rices. We beep the Frencel
jli~te tbestanu chietapest Nile hoolss ill Ithocite.
W' SHEEHAN & COMPANY,
1University Booksellers, - State Street.
SHE 'H UAN &1CO.V SII EEEIIA 1\&k(A.). Sl ELJ hAN & Co.

{)\F: tioutsuil stiiiit ts 70w 1. 1tjOLS S TAISC ROOMSi,01tot
rluuiuhtilo eatt tAnun '1 Ar or, last stclt JIlr' 17,(T-t
ester.'' Ihis 15s1 a ampleof an11(1 .itemI J~JJ'55
that is ni'utoe the lroluds. '. L.GRNeR
hlue to scc it uin reas" Uit t I ets jI
so~~~~~ S* eou herf"C0 p 17 .S. Staims. Street, - AntsAr'bor.
utis(> 011r eyo u. tel rangeof l W l 1 ii I(fil iul o

aptparenllt tut all exchtaige eitors. Tu{i'rr ,
wie etnll be espeuc.iy ultelr-
csteuhn h lcur it Uietsitsy ittult
hail, t huts eenti)o'tMr.'astle. jI ,uIf~1h
His subjetti15hust InoI of thte treat- I ufi{t{>i
I J
and01 ittterestitug accouunt of the .uo 11'bu1511 !{st I
ivaiiatt Islands1anuuiheuir iutoiplt, j -%O C1IdiJ 01111114
fromit itiuu srawett C i (117111(1 toutread't j111(1
tslubj'ct, 17l'y12ertainlyh obu s'aid I forl
asoia ru1141 t
to1)be rarei Theutiticl Sinlte11
iAbsoition," itt ier l hu se'll 01 'Ii
Ih lat ei'c1tueistoulut a te0 , l is obe F1or Jl. /
x),:ti1rieh isn't cspeciualls sant- 7
gutinte abitutt Minuiesota's hiroshatcts (SONS ljlf Ql Q Of
if the foliotritig is thue trune state of 10 .U.Ol.11 O, ~
affairs: 11Iittlllifl V l 2 10.lullStatle ,srei,
'The collegf papers of It icligini, OE.I't'I7, - - MNICHIAN.

ANN AP1BOR RENTSCHLER,
T ftA LA-uhILL.Y0Oo. ~hoto grcpher,
, ruu s. Don'tuit ttuu uul ul iuo t Itui-nf ONE WEEK. COMMENCING
uuuuiil, tfiill t ( ttitt.t; ti ot!0iiiiit RiH. IiOhDAY EVENING, MARCH 20.
j u .12 (- & C .'s. t'edo't'l 1!t' flb t
g-ito i to 71111, ituil ithlat 0isoeI-lutI itRcta d4- -
HOTLUN C HESPRTIE
Andtt.:,etovery ectoicest Candls :i crr
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