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.THE U. OF M. DAILY.

C. Of W. TIi(. I
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Colege ypsr, by
THlE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
itciptit niprie $250 percir, ivaiaibly
iadace-c ble c ii cents. bubscrip-
tens nsu my belcit atbtilte c Cifthe DIiL
at bitithet's, stwitay oftbe editrsior
autheu-zed soilit-itors.
Ctttmmunicutions sbhitld reach the odfice by
o'tilccr,.t. ifthcyuare toappcerthe itest
Jcy. Addresilitmtter intetadetdfor publics-
tiontow the Matnagitt, Editcr. All busiess
cmunsicastioss sletdb e et tthe lbs. i-
r~~sMttscc.
THEIU. oadAH. DAILY.
Ann Arbnr, Rich.

anti advantage teat taken of their
proxinmity to secure a elate for Ann
Arbor. The program wii be niade
up entirely from Wagner. The ad-
mission xwilIcc one doilar.
The L siversity atnd city are again
indlebted to Professor Stanley and
the officers if the Cheoral Vision for
teir persistenit efforts to brine thce
lies) talenit ini all lices of occsic to
the liersyity.
Allmrsemsbers of the Acdelphti are
requeestedl to necet in Room 4, at
6:45, t1is evening, to elect contes-
tents to teet Alpha Nc.

SPRING STYLES, 1893.
"ur ( aryIIinev( sown i te HOEt LIN ist l foet.1 Ru sa, sTaiandIter
Lcaii ts.

SEE SHOW lI DItNtil4

48 SOU'I lMIN SWTREEr.

SPERJTG SUIIunGbyiP, A pkridId

21 S. Main Street.

WAGNER & C0.

EDITORS.
E. J. lice sl it.'Wi SlnligiEditor.
C, A.iDiNNOii Lit. '93A-sixtrnt
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Cls- i iiii il Ssi01t tiecl ti- ices i r we H- I.
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ti{i.ldbl esll l be1ii1( ] 1 d II lb PA ItnoTRN Iesrld ivi
o~lie clcsix trllittastels thc tired-i- I-i t en bodiiicse -
Ili ili r.aeSbi f latmoie lsses o pIt. reewedenery FIT vitSliY2Oand
tl ie iy whichfo mighltell et y elveste uctos
ade nge ousilcy5istitutclssi o ialit sri~ie a~L. O fRE Ronaif(to o
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("ass e acquaitac eshiottldlteecti-c (91 liili.
vted tree ]hieleg a retesn hs ttai ~ r~~oflsitt n I1iai ons.~i
before Ther cialetig ialeadylicon- FO NLexv A L U S TS.
ane pontofd ierei5cceis sleetnI lidc
th i trar o c i e i ialve con te- iEN'S BARBER iiHD'Ie
ioitercontesromof thieseact aico Il tie- J1MO iiji c-I
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'nirszityair ieallit a)ll c etay 1I FIFE SF0liI
tohave equl ier s s-. ery nneber . S.Main tri'llAnnArboi
onflien itutes soldbe (ereeen X T II )~itg
andhettele gat hee points su.-.

Toledo, Ann Arbor -and North~
~U$JNES5 Michigan Railway.
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IstLEc~tAtI NG} nCoon. OF- noSINESSMatiNe 3 be I Ste I t tclii cTM ;7:',a. In
n l wen i b ilin i n; e ach es; lreatt endanct cdei ssrA I rm e-nl.,?00lo
ccii, ciciielevecte; Ssatsy eveecinie eceil l i N .? a l i i-iii t. t.
ope eilentlire yeaetcimmeciltgraduate ic gretCItes iG sc-ci
r ie i2iiii shioirtihiindgraditeseeall seccae pesitiou
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ANN ARBOR K EN TSCLER,
STEA1I LAUPYCO. hoto ra ~iipher,
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.. (C011NtlttIANTI)2-it tiO laS.
E. S. SERVISS, - MANAGER,
NOT IC E.-TIo S"'-eteTe
antiiCittis. ot senidsiiou t i trnfor
Cuisdy icten yucan getjs ats gsodiattR. E.
Jslly & Ccc'. Wetdottt churge for styec but
gitve it itntonuandtthat is onse-hsali. Ret antd
cis luntches ut all hors afthCie duayatnd nighit. RESERVED 106tiTHlE
R. L. JOLLY & CO., No- 26 South I
State Street- I_
HOT LUNCHES GRAND OPERA HOUSE
And the very choicest Candies
TUTTLE'S,*
4 SOU-e Ts isl'Atul STEET.a

Emma Juch and Anton Seidl's
Grand Orchestra to Visit
the University.
Professor Statiley ainnounces that
Emma Juch wiii appear at U~niter-
sity iall in ate extra of thce Chcorai
Union series, Thtursuday evening,
April 6, together wvith Antote Seidl's
faimous orchestra of eighety lpieces.
The compeaityxiii give a cotncert
ite Detroit thee precedincg evenineg,

for
;~aster.

;fsc ed t
911..()
eixeJliihi)!c~lc
it tlci

stock.
",i A nl'T. 7 't ;qt N ".L1 tf (.ft7fitl T: ;'V n!u ncm ti fmrsr..n

"dIM7IdtdU"c i1:81 I. VICTOR CYCLES
(iiiall adl, ies'lt-it
I?. G. S IffH5 SS C . 0! Y-11111atl-ic
Woodwd ccAve. caiiiStaeStrcet, 151. STATSIBER'S
DETROIT, - - MICIGA5N, Cycle Emporium, 11 W. Wahington Si.

GIBSON,
PHIOTOGRAPHIER
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.

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