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May 04, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-05-04

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.THE U. OF M. DAILY.
su.o ~T '~~ ?~cheadquarters through thei TSP IC G S 'Y E ,1893
Chgou lll1 soitos ih T _ ". n, owith tier ten thousand gradis- '0' 1>
5'iicn ay(mly oeni)'nie ates, certainly should havese uch I " It~ I~ is I , .ttlie.ll-l, oi. at
('eCl cc a r, 1)yS headqusarters,-whe re a]lI U. of Al.
THE U, OF M,. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION studlents ait graduiates ian register
----- atn r 'enwol icollege or j 'litutances,
~un ' ilto ri U o n e :r :'aby as vi, t a n w ones. tsvery- 8107 ;11U\1 It cIl ;r. hawS ca0 'xS i M IN S'11% S5'
'it in ci i litititi iii'1 11, y ii ist inito strvn toithe hae id
{'CltlIliclow SIlio ' (ilC 'ly a , it i a itt iiio ofno hetter N I " I 1 , '
oi doc '. .it tiii 01 rct te e t Way thatini OI e u g ligestecd, gete to re- A ,111 .
la0. 4dit ti li nt ti'itit i 'i i iW iitiiica ii nd ltle In thye tocarts of old graduates
'lwo tl I gin.' V ' 51 Al Oil iistietttyteiicutis'safo hi lia 21 S. Mains.Street. W~VA.GNER & 00.
iet{tilviEr niatcr, swhicha itsinany cases has
THE . o:uX. DILY, lbeeii aiiiost extingutishiedl hy she
An Arorich. i arcsobs h ine s soildprofessionial d'fik6 TOLE"DO
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are giiilad cse' e'andae atsithe tall iesdor ail . 0 e9 OO l 'l raicv lIalil I I l i o5Iri
o atm iiittil Ir taig50 l tuc l 'eust exlteit 1 lte of tllit', ls t ee ______*Pally____________x___ept______ Si______________________
hausasoheelsoverwork ihy tlae t r llewehIlsIrenewed eoergy 1l111 ciccp tt',dand
the c-col atlolol oot tke smre n forad Chvi al o eerk s v- ltt
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alltwhosrc tnlteebseblisgtbcescthieorats heNtrYbrin andUod, il [ i4A II&
ofar oram ttldth a i enso n by dttiorititi.stienewettd energy and vitalityi, and an B a
claye lyd h andletcified'.eivenstheunor' s.l'1101
'AicgiREsil heie oi S-2 ea' nte s S K'IITE 110fF (7'A~TA 'SlOOE'E
Thereityscam Seasn ha teerinhiy De.scpiv aT' lAUfenDRY'caio. t
ifeiruragmn eoiracttLneo0t NNAROKETSHE.

years counsts for anything.
Our teano is in fitnoe condition for
playing anod a close game noay he
expectedl sith the champions of
Ohio. 'The base hall noanacceoent
is deservinog of aloe hearty support
of the students, on account of the
slhortage of funds owing to the free
admissions to gameos given to hoolders
of athletic association tickets. 'The
attendance at the ganoe last Satur-
clay was credible hut will no doubt
he increased at the ganoe nest Sat-
urday, if the weather is favorable.
'The intereat the coeda are taking ino
thse ganmes this year is encosuraging.
SOMlE action shnould hetasken at
once hy the alunoni association in
Chicago, looking toward aloe estab-
lishment of i.'. of Ml. headqunarters
at the World's Fair. Already a num-
ber of eastern colleges have secured

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Woo'al'tAve.anSltlateStevet,
DETROIT, -' - MICHIGAN.

3yTEii Li 1'jIIP 00C.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE..
'E. S. SERVISS, - MANAGER.
NO0T IC E.-To STUDNeTS
andCiizn1 c Dl~on'001 0sead eolt of towen fcr
Cantdy wten ou lcallget 01151 as 011011at R. 1E.
Jal' .0('ol's. 5We don't ehange tostyle. but
give it to youlandsthl lat is ane-half. Hod and
0111d lunchesiat all lhours of 1110 ar and nighlt.
R. E. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
And the very choicest Candles
*.TUTTWE'S, *
483 tOU'THtSTATR STRtEET.
VICTOR CYCLES
1 o'all 11kntowe diem.i
aSM. STAEHI.ER'S
Cycle Emporism, 11 W. Washngon SI.

Yhot o rap her,
1 (INt I O It1\ANd1) 11171, 10 T .
GRAIND OFLRA EO'JSL
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 4th
51BB01ITc artEA.dL'S OEDYCo.
HAIL. TO YOU!
Price: - - i30c. 5Oc ,sand17i5c.
Secure Seat at atts' JewervrStore.
GIBSONN,
PHIOTOGRAPHEIR
NO. 12 W. HURJ~ON ST.

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