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.THE U. OF M. DAILY.
'ZC(. aof . a Prof. D'Ooge lectured before tbe SIPRI N G S YL S 1 893
:i~ityClb, f etrit lat ighis subject beisg "Greece, the New
Published Daily (Sundays exceptead) duringa and tbe Oid.'" Saetcicces ml ytiic>ololiC ite SHOE LINE hereeforte. Russia, Tans, al Patew
the collegeyer b Miss McFarland, of tbe IDAIL~Y
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION( board, bas accepted a position for i
cmf ncst year as teacber of English at
THuRU UsOHN or. Aity College, in loswa. SEE ShIOWV WINtDOW. 48 SOUTHI MAIN STRMEET,
---- -On May 6 occurs tbe society
DLY tBiOiARD meeting tontghit 7:30 coolest of tbe Adelphi and Alphsa A
shari.)Ilasincss of importance. Na. he program consists of orai S PI. 1(- (IJ t1)4 . pridld
'ti exch~ange eito of thte DAILYtions, essays, declamations, read- c0fG
hias discovered the folloswing inter- ugs, aiid humorous society papers, 2 anSre.WAG E O
all of whichs will be marked by thse 2 .M i.Sre.W G E O
esting lit of newss in our of outrex-
chagescliisstiii l 7iviigii asjudges.
"Te t~is~ttr o mcip las U. of Al. vs I). A. C., Aihi etic rtr f TOL °
rig i to o t.oill g toIlls 10 \ tii iso i I 111 ti f 'io a
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Amoust excelent sod apon stle tinic ______________________________________________
cert no1ony1)i rig godiritI aniiiapp etizer. t ouiii shesaiiiil us
tainriovat, hot uidll sully asssstiis oravtes the iired hibriain ody xlirii- E i En
the wrthi uorais 10 SioIs)Uisier harts renewed energy and sitlitY '1nd
wvhose auspices it i15g'vetnJ. I is hc iiciics____ itr IiiiiLl

et'gon..,aleni. { DOccipiltise illie v enncpii ltlinitl
C155'011' 1/011!Rumford Chemical Works. Provi-
Finiit)iand trsckc athletics at thec deuce, RI.
U. of M..isa)vebecn bchiad other iicc2)ec cf itstitis id act ias.
branches of ,port inthe as.t heF<OR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
reasonsfrti ae hbeeii ilree
HENRY 1HAUGY
00 gc mriasmin; no11athleti c eli r 'oiec noco c l lcii c 10
inter-c ] t' w is to ccoum )) 4 Of l t )1. 51111n It
athletic 51lipl))-'10.01
ilills we nw [aePtS ,tti1.t LOSn
islic, i C1T'v i r~ it . & . ALNDRY,
able to co I' ilith anvfcl,,ilo'caltcO)
colleges. le{ 1
Theigood1effctcl smav already be 1 11
seen in theic lre.a siissber swork- Q J , L / ,,
lag at the athletii field. Still there 10111) 1111 h,
are not enough. Harvard and Yale o m rii li iv
have 12-uses each; sve only 40. r 'cock in
We ought to have at least a bun- hvoc
dred. it is the duty of every isan -ov li
wvho ca nrdo anythsing is this line to rT clvi'
coime oat and train. Tfhirty men 1 '2[ lisi I/ls
are iseeded for lisa leans going 1 toc1
It l1.
Chicago. Let every ican conse out, [' )1
arI hselp wiin a victory for tise ye1-Pdlc
lotw aiidhbtie next June. t,.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.,01
Ths otnSmpoyOceta ldytt~ill give its concert in :in arbor, y~p il
Mlay cy. ovcA fii
Today the Ikeys to theihig ain INS lCr cr
stt uligatteWrdsv'i MT ;S ill be officially vdeliveredi to tetil t odtva1 1i r.aii tateStecet,
Governor. 1DET ROIT, - - MICIIIC XN,

1A . 81'uliq iii
W .m/ ~Dilson,
I1eid1-/ l0)-Ige tie 11 's-0 / Co4
AN vARBOTR RLE TSCL1 ER' ,
23 ODUI r OURTH AVE. ,t ..DII~'("
f . S. .,ERVISSI -,J M[:iTAG R
NOT-ICE. 'P1) STUDENTS G IPOPL OUSE.R
and liti iis D I'tcemii iu otc nabs olre ) 011 001115' 1101.1'.
Ctandy' chen ycciiciiige101stIsIrood111t1.1E. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 1st,
tolail o's1 .1. wse don't. eharge toe siyle, ibuts I
gice 11 vitt o, siiid1th51t 5is 11111-h ai.H t cand-
eld lacelles at a11l ou cis 100 the 1daad inkyilt. ;C'It5'E S 1110 0°l~ ' AA1 LATi
R.1,JOLLY & CO., N.a 26 SouthUN L TO 'CA N
HOT LUT NC H ES 30-THIRTY PEOPLE-NO.
(3leasin lla Iii oiillililiil. 1'weio 'laopalec. 5.111v
As~ImSthe vary chmoicest Gandle a lek. Ellaad lier loly, "Pinle." Lone11
-so- slur Quarittt. Niwne gsllli, Nell' Dances.
, , Newse 311sf, Iteeyihin Oi e.
TUTTW'S
4S SOUTHIllSiATE- STREET.
PR=O~tt~~S - .AS - TYSTTAT-
-_____ - - SecaureScalsf- a tlts11' iceer' Stcre.
VICTOR CYCLES ISN
Cycle Emporium, 11 W,. Washinton St. NO 12 W. t S0'.

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