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May 10, 1893 - Image 2

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ViJc. of W~f. Niai(.
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Cllette ytae. by
THE U. OF M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscriptionsptic'al'l0 oper tear, iavariably
iadrace Single copies 3 renta. Subsceip-
tiotns may bec left at the office o1 the Dottyv,
at Stottlet's, witch any ofl'the editoet xr
authorizedlsolicitors.
o tticatitans stoauldlteach the oalte by
7t o'loachke. .aftIheycare to appear the aext
jay. Adtdreaasall mactter iateaded toe patblica-
ax clo te acnagitag Editor. All buattesa
commutntticatioans sholataalbe teat ta thle Busai-
nessoMaagaer.
THE U. af ta. DAILY,

.THE U. OF M. DAILY.
INTER-COLLEGIATE. SPRING STYLES, 1893
lhe i nter-collegieate football asso-
cation yesterday made taco import- aeaa--'-aaylia aaoaao a lceO lEta a'aae la~a aaatllaea
ant chaaaaes to tihe football rules. Leathes..
The texst is tbat the Ire for goat
mus1t be orsaxte froth a poinat opposite - -7
tile place swbere it swas carriedt across
tile tinae. Ittewat n01 always easy to SEE511]150-NIIIW 48 SOUTH MAsIN STREET.
deride exactly swhere tile ballseas
carriecaaross tbe lane. 'Fhr secotnd c'-'''',r iT IT h Q pkri~d
rulte faciltates the play by maktng P I tr LI I'Ijj GSL .
a etiyoffive yardls forthoe Ioucoh- ' I1jne.
lng of tbe ball whtile it is in tIbe
hanads of the snapper back before it 21 S. Main Street. WAGNER & CO.
is actually in pllay.

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EDITORSn ldjr jucn
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silllit oiaceled to b lI cR0011 aen teSenireyaiCtlirilgautsi ra t~r w ro cotx.; 0io
a(iiv tal11 1 xtM ae- ifllrt l1m a' sie:' 1cyalSau vit 11ityaaii""- ta alas A ad aweknpdvtefat GWN SUT
cisrrcaaoslp tc sen ie ' 'll tilne flatactialtax, s ev, e.'c~ xi AAO~sad ito tdnawi
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Of 11w c (I 2.'yo of p ti b i-b deut£Ilce, RI. oss. o 'Iln a y . .C L .Y yef. N .. M1Ial E pes ........b iI.Ii

inou-i i ataaxaue o all i-'sa
weekly nest year, devotcd to tbe
interests of thialsumlni..'We can
celpect our pltans to lbe sulccessfully
carried ouit only by thle hearty co-
oplerationl of alumni aned students.
As will be seen by tbe preliminary
sketcb of tae:'aiuorsaI WEEKLIY to be
fotund in atnothler column, the pulbli-
cation is to be devoted entirely to tile
interests of alumni an~d former stu-
tents of tile U. of -M.
Witb tile largest body of aluni
is the country, see sill be starprised
if see do not receiee the liberal sup-
purt and encouragement of a large
number. The WFEKLY sbould be-
gin publication next falla witho a sub-
scription list of otne thousatnd.
No nmember of thle present
senior literary class sh~ould leave
college switboaut subscribing for tile
WFEKLts, and keep in toucbhswitb
U'niversity affairs, for the cares of
bulsiness alldt lrofessional duties tilt
soon cr11s1 (lut all inlterest in teir'
alnmaDmaler. '11e1 price 11as been
fixed at a 11sus within the reachl of all.

Bleware ofSuabsitaates atdmtat ionxaa. A~iE 1'I.Ul' 5 141 5 N 1 -a'ClIt
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. .t0allfgVBr,
HENRY H A U an5'dilso c utrce
'I'aeaaee andsloist, Guitar, IBantjo andtad nl--c 'rreye o
dxlia. Staudio at
WtLSEY'S MUICDDROOMS,
Itxm~ ltlotG!Jmlnasitimj LaWq Te njis and- j3ase-,
2] Years in the Busines. pall Goocls.
CITY LAUNDRY.
MM. Seabolt. No.4 N. Fourth St.I ASK OR WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.

Thisaceservaed tot
1"i. GSD/ITHJ OST wia' t, aStateUS£r1130
D tTROI lax NUCS I GAN.d

ANN ARBOR RENTSCHLER,
STE-Ly LAUNDMRY 1Co.,j2Photog~raphe r
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.. t'5llNtt ItAtN AND Itt'ilON 515.
E. S. SE RVISSI - MANAGER.-
NOTICE.-To STUDENTS
ad C.iizena.Doxn't send xut of toora fxr
Candytawhtntyocagtsjsttas good at RE.
Jolly &-Cox's. Wec daoa't charge for style, baat
give it taoyxou, antd thaat is oae-haalf. Hot atnd -- - -
colad lancaeat all htoasof the day antdlnight. .
R. E. JOLLY & CO., No- 26 South
State Street- Ila lt ~-r-a adat
HOT LUNCHEAP4DII S C1R113011 11.OUalSE.
And the vary chotcest Candieas ;
480SOUtTHt STATEE tET.
VICTOR CYCLES
- 5aaaillioslaao GIBSON,
H.STEBERSPHOTOGRAPHR
Cycle Empxriam, 11 W, WaahitgtnSI. NO. 12 W. HUONST.

We ask tite Ieafty co-opieratton of
faculty, students and alumn11i, for
we canol~t topot 0mlake tile vfenture
a success unless aii co-operate. St11-
aetits swtl1 conofer a favor onassx if
toey call thoe attenstion of thseir
friends among ther alumni to tile
WyEKLY.

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