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May 08, 1893 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
BASKBALL A FINE DI8PLAYGENTs' HALF-HOSE
It 42ri ' A Mr a S t fI s "0

I vk--., i EvL_ Is;

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~litiett-s, Sponges, sits
Siolte1 an Cigas

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G hitarss, 3ar)uos Special Sale at NOBLE'S
~aiqkolixs, Vio~ias, Etc. 13 cli-., Six for 73) cts-. 185cts., Three for 30 cts*
All 1I 8-intli I ihi-tIanittch ini Th-ceStyles, Four for $'l . 00.
Tone.335 ts , Tree for c41.00. 30 Cts., worth 73 ct..
1 Extra valute.Impotrititetrtoughilotton Comi sin :itt linsc. Alt S-hailes, tlacki, Tans,
WILSEY, - The Music Dealer. i Bows,. Etc., Etc.

MOORE &WE MOR, 800K STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN! STREET
____________ ANDt) til-iER-i ti STATE AND WILI-AM STiREETS.
NEW AND SECOND) IAN1)
Our Stock will be found Complete and Our Prices as Low as -the Lowest.

nd aryREMEM~BER THAT YOU CAN BUY
eitcoc ii Pumpkin, -
Aindlall oilier Ctanitei-d(ths tprotsiontet ri c (c
BICC s. 44 Main street, South. DEAN & C(

pe01 z
)MPANY.

Call on Win. Fulde, the
Ttilior,sopptosite the Liw 1Illiling, cii
Willianist.,tlrtst tdootr ti-sttof Stale-si.
{Suits to ordera speiaty.itncork ltctt-ciiass.
IF YOU WANT TO
ncorutavesonielRpairing cdonotia i
l~t.Arirotd3 36 Matin Street
LARG- 1HOUSTE
' _'1 WITH SIX LOTS lrehue ihaotItet arg
Aoo titandtuiXltsftrleti ati utlitne-ha-it
florfo dnceithaIo iiLtri oom.ttiiouldt
mat n xcllent tpltacefir Stityhyoitusc.
56 West Liberty Street,
S. KRAUSE, ANN Auom. MICH.

( UNIVERSITY NOTES.
W ~ill YOU O . k lW!tt yodroptintolmytoitten i"
paidt fien l erito thit lI,
At tautrShow Wiridoso Iito(ils Nithatonksitutnstidtoe spheroidt
An he asdthed ietlder lip.
it'sownstoe aout Ree isruningtoe 220 huirdlcin
good formo.
G U ITAR S Cornlcl defeatediLlehigh, Satur-
ANI) i-ay, with cane.
PRICES. Sonic of the bicycle riders at the
THlE ANN ARBIORP ORGAN CO., atihletic foel are making excellent
it outih Sain Street. lime.
:MisliMaud !Merritt lion resigned '
RI~CH IGAN (J'EN'nAL ithoe office of propisetens of the clals
IT Iit'abl(iteto)lNovember 20, 189. 93
Eiii . . W"T.o a. n. Captain Evans Iladl tisn wnork-
Muail -1--------f25 i c agno Speiatl - 0
Day Fi -n------ aSt30 Day- Exptress-_n8o27ing at tihe athletic field, Satur-day
NO- S.imited-----isSuitai-t---- 93
N. Y. littitd-__ _ i-4N- S. uiiiited-tI- 9s59mornoing.
Niaga-a I'ilto Slt-11 27 p.1in.
notm, Chicago Es, -non.tt 10 9g2 Century Columbia at $ oo, in
1). N.NExpresso 3--8- G. 0 1. IExprett-tt_--5 40
AtanticEx Ooss-- 805tOChi. Night Exp__ 9(50 good conlditionl. Arthur C. Thonip-
0.. lExpres -- 10t0O I i ln-i pressli - 10 i2;
o.NV Ol IiG Sit. H.W. FLAE, 10n, 23 I.Lliberty street.
0. P . -Ti-ntt, Chiciagon. Act. Anni Acatir
____________________________ There will be a joint meeting of
F7IRST NATIONAL BA NK the Webnter and Jeffersonian socie-
OF ANN ARBOE. lien Wednesday evening, May io.
Capilt, 1111i.Oicapli-e antI Profits, $:30,000. Seniors are requested to pay thnei
Ttannacts A gene.- banking btminseno-
oig e cihanoaerslt, ltters ofcr edit pr-scared graduation fees at once, owing t
fortraelrs brod. p. BACH. Pres tine large number of diplonmas this
S. W5. CLARIKSON, Cashier.
1year.
DANCING and DEPORTMENT. The game Friday, between Wis-
Gri AllGfflf'f1 AA AlEIhI consin and Minnesota, resulted in
1ihA 1jM~h Ji~iU1A~Iscore of 20 to 8, in favor of the
rhoeItuildling specialy Otiltity tiMt. rngerfomr
incluides hit camilly home, and eontains theI Messrs. Falknor, Todd and Travis
fitnet and host iarrallinedrooms ifot-instruction
t hoeounnd in the Stale, have left for Louisville, Ky., to at-
office. Center Entrance, 6 MATNARD ST. tend the Republican League con-
Sed Sill,$2,or $3150 enr Sa- ventionl.
Sple IRetail non hy expreii orf eMisrlshv
I1Il t he 13EST CANDIES in Americae. TeUniversity Mnteshv
MIV Pot opusn elegant hoxes and nscrdt
strietly pore. Suitable -tor benscrdt give an entertain-
PRESENTS. Expreses charges mn o h eei fteAhei
* repaid. Eefer toalldChicago. mn o h eei fteAhei
Try iV~ut naenseddess e, Association. The date will be
21211 Ilstale street, Ia b
CHICAGO, ILLINSOI. May 6

Captain Leary, of the Mlinanesota
baseball leans, was also capataina of
last year's fonotball leans ofi that
University.
Thne state prohtibition contest took
place in Albioin, Saturday. 1). F.
Wilcox represensted the UT. of Mi.
and took second place.
Thne Intercollegiate gnume betwoein
U. of 'Minn. and Northivestcrn, svas
apparently qluite a victory for the
M7innesota boys an Northwsestern
had Griffin in the box.
M\r. H. H. Loveland has secured
for~ next year the plositiono of clinical
assistant and assistant in tinelprivate
practice of Dr. 'Mc~iraw, president
of Detroit Mtedical College.
One haundred dollars is needed to
fill out thne subscribed anmoust of
$500, for missions, wvhich the S. C.
A. has agreed to pay this year.
Any help will be gladly received.
Mr. Reichtle, '913 lit., furnishes
the followving translation of the in-
scription over thne entrance of the
Gym: iFor truly there in no
greater fanme for a nian whnile hi-
lives, than what lie las done, botls
woith his feet and his hands.'
The reports of the officers of the
S. C. A. were given Sunday nmorn-
ing, and they were very interesting,
in that they showed a marked growth
and improvement in the affairs of
the association, over any previous
year. The association has at pres-
ent a membership of 557, nearly all
of whom are active menmbers, this
being an increase of about son over
last year.

-CALL ON-

G. H. WILD
The Leading Tailor',
Forat Fitue Springtor hritir Suit, Trot-srs,
fanuyicretr-Ovcrcoat. Ile currhiesthie
mitcl etre stock inithe init
No.12 E. Washington-St., Near Main.
Capital, S50,000. Surpius anod Prnfis,$,000O~.
one egeneral sBanking bunessee. 5Paysin-
terest en Saving PDeposita. Has safety
Deposeit Sexes fl ent.
Et. KEMPF, Pree. -T. N. BELSEE, Caehier.
Bank oeneeSaturday evening.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
IN tONECTIcvON,
Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
Tubs.
S0E. Wanhiegeeon SI. J. R. TiIOJANOWSKs
as Baths fer $.00.

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