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May 01, 1893 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M, DAILY
BASE BLL' FINE DI8PLA F C A SHI TS ';
Isleto, ~ziars,~az~joA Window lull, ONLY x$1.00, at
Choateae nd Cgoa, All legatly Finished and Rich inA I
Al CALKIN'S. Thse
WILSEY, - The Music Dealer. SELLLIING R-APIDLY. BETTER BUCY TWO OR THRER.
MO ORE &WETMORE, BOOK STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
________ _____________________ANtS CORNER OF STATE AND WILLIAM STREETS.
S=PCQ\T:D S SWBR0 O8S
NEW AND SECOND H1AM).

Our Stock will be found Complete and Our Prices as Low as the

Lowest.

i i

\' AndMn REMEMBER THAT Y4
rak a yOther 31lb. "Clipper Bad oi e
.3< c"R"iversidle
Makep 3 " Pumpkin, - ---
CHCAO 2 " Primrose " -
C5010 SIt l 2 " Lake Shore,' -
And all other Canned Goon
BICYCLES. 44 Main Street, South.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
\AJ ll ou ook A 'Feschean boughtnafountain pen,
Which looked qnite tosotdelightful,
At our 'Showt Window? It tells Bttwrhen he tried to write with it.
us OW~ storyaboutThe wordt he used were frightful.R,
Prof. iBelser, of University of Col-
GU ITARS 1(orado, is not enjoyinag Rood health
AND as whlen here.
PRICES. lDr. Abei has recivect a call to
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO., Johns Hopkins University atad will
51 south Main Steet. probably accept.
_____________________________ Saturday's scores: P'riinceton 3;
A LC GAN LNT Cornell, 2. IHoly Cross, 4; Yale, 3.
Harvard, 7; Brown, 5.
Titne Tahblel(Revised)Nasvembher -20, is89. There will he a meeting of thse
E400. p. to. WEST. a. tl
Muill-d-------42 Chieao eSrcial. -i3c08lDental society tonight. An instruc-
Day Expessa---- 5 30OwDayEpreta..,8S2<
N. S. imnited---tao'8 Mod-a---- i tive lecttire islexpected.
N. Y. i,,ted.._.415 N. S.-. tucte'd -950 Soliio-eea awl a
NingaraHilstieSp'-It it27 p.in. bctr-eirl awl,ha
asni Chicag.o , -oo. w11 beets secured to deliver the comn-
). N. Extres-_..5 tN tt. It. bEotreo __5
Atlantais lisss8 5 1Chi. Night Exp.t 90menceiuent address to the laces.
tt. I. Exapeses __-to0i40tPacifie Expressotilt
tt.). .tT.c, , Ifte. AW.AoN Aettar. anager Clevelatid has arranged
G. T A~etChcao.Ag. nnAro ba econd game with Corniell. I
FIRST NATIONAL BA NK will be played its Ithaca, Xltay 20.
OF ANN ARORO. The lecture at tlhe Unity Club to-
Capitol, S 1. Srplc e and Proits, $30,(()0.
Transacts - g"eeo.. banhingebsinhs, iort- nigt wsill ha by P~rof. S. F. Peck-
eta-e etoliasece tsold, oetters ofcrtedit tprouredlhant. His subject is "'Alexandcr
tor traveiers ahroad.
P.x.cooS .* BACH, Prest. von Hunmboldt.
____________________________ Prof. Klnoswlton lectures to-night
DANCING and DEPORTMENT. on "Jewish Schools and tlhe San-
~B~HVIhedrin," at thse law lecture room.
GR~N~ R'S A~IU1~JYi1Time, 7:30 o'clock.
Th~ e litlingotpecially huiltlbySte. Granager. James R. Arneill, Demonstrator
includts hio tamily hame, and contaisthe of Anatomy, has been ick, the re-
tinest ad best saruanged rooms fsr instruction
t be founsinit the state. suit of blood poisoning, contracted
Office, Oentor Entrance, 6 MAYNARAD ST. while at work in the anatomical lab-
sentd 1t1, Sd or$35S toertSam- oratory.
I' i ple RetaitlSBoe by exprtss ot Ninety-four and ninety-six pae
Fh ES A NISiAmrc.t p sn eeathoses and acinite game Con
stssetly pare. Suitabte forar p g thecampus
FRESENTS. Expreseharges" Saturda mr-igwhich resulted
prpad Rfe o lCicg. Try steoncee Addrees, in favor of the Freshman by a store
C. F'_GLITHER, (Ctnteettonr,
2td State Street, Of 12-9-.
CCtAGOILLItNOS.

®U CAN BUY
eat 'TomatIohs fotr $1It10lptr
1.2)
- " 1.15) c
" 1.501)
)da at proportionaite price of

dote.

DEAN & COMPANY.
Dobbs, pitchaer for the Denison
College Club, whaicih play the U. of
M. on Saturday, is reported to he
one of thse best college pitchers in
the country.
There wvill be a itiecting of the
tOratorical Association, 'Tuesday
evening MNay a, 7:30, coons 24.
RtEection of thse remaining officers
etc. Ordcer of thie Presidtent.
Thse rivalry btetweeen the tboarding
lihouoes at 23 and 25 Thompot
street termsisated isn a s-cry exciting
base ball garaee0tn the canspus Sat-
urday. TIwensty three wvon after a
hard ntruggle.
Ti'he five medical students whlo
left the University last year to cons--
plete their course at Jefferson, hPhi-
ladelphia, passed the examinations
wtitlh hying colors, anti viilgtt their-
sheep skins next Tuesday.
'rie Glee arid Banjo Clubs will
give a bteefit concert Wednesday
night, to make up tine deficits castsed
by thseir recent trips. Tickets may
be secured at Sheehsan's and othser
places, as announced in another
column.
Rev. A. S. Carmsan will deliver a
lectture before the Inland League
this evening that wil be of unusual
value to everyone, this subject is,
"Some Illusions of Vision." He
has been for some time making ex-I
periments in thin interesting depart-
ment of physiological psychology,
and the results are of interent alike
to specialists in this department and
to those who have given it no atten-
tion hitherto.

Call on Win. Fulde, tie
Tailor, opposite thte Lawt Building, ott
William-st., first door weat of State-st.
Cleaninsg, repairingsand pretsingdone neatly.
Suits to order aspeeiaty. Alln-ark first-class.
IF YOU WANT TO
$3ya arm.Clock~
or have noose tepairing done go to
WVM- Ariijolay 36 Main Street
JLARQEL -JOtJ$1
' WITH SIX LOTST =
A isr-ehotest, rwithtbt t entty 1leery
reseeoistot o rne. very tsssset esee-ct
'ratesey in oe.tteAiape. Osser eeseslla titrd
flooeee r d e hase ll see lillieseet reset:.-Woueld
seslh'exe c seellettplsce, orSee-ity ttose.
tEasy ptest es. (lllset
56 WVest Liberty Street.
S. IiEAUSE, AA AmloAt. Mt't.
___ALL ON---
G. H. WILD
The heading Tailor,
bores tteide ren-o Stee eeeer Soil, Trouetrse
t1 tusy e tttrtier-out. tire-se;rrires11e
teeseetcomspleestee.le itheeity set
No-u' E. WashingtonaSt., Near Main.
Caopital, $50t0t0. Surpluo and Profits, $i7,0%.
oes a general Banking business. Fayt in-
terest an Saving Dteposits. Has safty
Depsit Boxes tor Rent.
it. KEMPF, Fees. F. H. BELIER, Cashier.
Bank aon Saturday evening.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
IN CONNEeTON,
Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
Tubs.
30tE. Wa'shingtnSt. J. R. TROJANOWSKI
30 Baths ftee$5.00.

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