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May 13, 1893 - Image 2

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-THE U. OF M. DAILY.

c '- anelisow poorly tbe funds lsave been
-J{" expenedce in niany cases, giving rise
Pubised ~ aly ~aulas xcetei) urngto suspicions of misap~propriation.
shs Cs mlee ye, b v tlsi g of this kind wiil be
THE U. OF Mi. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION obviated by ttsesise plan ado)pjtedl
by tlse literary class of ninety-tbree,
N+ *^ whuichs will scrve as a p~recedlent to
'ME RQU PULISHNG OUS. future cla'.ses.
I1 thte editorial yesterday regard- InadSnfr Uivstyss
ing. oar representative at the World's Lln tnodUiest a
in not lost a ball game Ibis season.
lFair, tbe types nsade us say L. B. Thrae34ntisfo Pic-
osve fo B. i. osvr, amisaketon in thse spring handicap games at
for whsichs Ibe editors of the DAISYthUnvriyoPeslai.
are not responsible.teUivriyofPnsyvna

TAN SIIOES -Picesl,4;"3.50, ,$4.001 $5.00.
48 SOUrll MAIN S'rREET, - - ANN ARBOR:
,sPiR IPG s'cHII tGs. ALpkine

21 S. Main Street.

WAGNER & C0.

IT is gratifying to thse manage-
nient of else IIsLvtbat tie Alumsni
Weekly is meeting swith saucs a warm
reception frons the alusmni. We are
in receipt of a numbiler of letters
whtich sihow tbat the alauni are tab-
ing an active interest in the projiect.
T]lhere is sio reason swhatever wrhysee
cannsot segisspblcatonnext fall
with a suscsriptions list of sone thioss-
sand.
T' si, iullIsorce us thie circuslasr, dis-
tribsited broasdcast th roisghsosut the
city, ansis published veriatimu in the
lAs sV yestersday,ws felt by every
stissent in cosseenwithllsthse possible
excepstion of the freshmssen. It iusnt
be audmittesd that it was oner of the'
sisreswsest sceese thlat ins been
"sprausg'"fssr several years on thse
"unfortuesslcass," at tbe tinse of
tbeir festiviy
'iVScs'.r) ss isent s 5 sewclearly
that we isasvegosod men isn track and
field spurts V ie teto jtinior
lit casssin siiake sauls recosrssi
miany of yesterda y's, die itudslnt
body of tsseU of M.usnivy rest as-
sussedi of a gsosdIstisck ''tsssto reps-
resenth nt he introli i se
contlests. IstImusst be ressssis s rcc
also that thse bent smen wvent in 5a
nssmber of eventls, whsichso.' neces-
sity clefeatesdtiheir chances of meak-
ing big records in any.
let all the men wbo sid no ivell
is) yesterday's games, trailn faithflsfsly
for thse next twvo weeks, and Mlichi-
gan swill send a team to Chicago of
whsicb every stsudent may wvell feel
proud, a leans that will win, a glori-
ous victory for Ibe yellowv and blue.
'rss plan adoputed by the senior
claiss for regsdating tbe expenditure
of thse fundis arising from thse class
tax is certainsly a wine use, as it as-
saves thse members of the class that
there will nout be a wasteful expendi-
tare. It cannot result otlhersvise
tban beneficial in that more seniors
will pay the tax wvith expectation of
shsaring the-'pro ratn rebate of all
funds collected over fifteen hundred
dlollart. Every one knowrs what Itse
experience of former years has been

MI1. Fimjist miIIATn tAN,('edsarville,
N. I., Sas sof
Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
"I hsave useds it fssr several yeasrs, nsot
ossly in my5ptrastice, bsst iii isv owcsis-
sivislsendsssonsisisder it5und5er sall
cireusssstasnies sose of thse lest nserve'
tsunics thsat Ave pssesn. Fsor isensbslex-
ls1'ssstissu or sovesrsworkI it gives rses cii
srlsstls ild iventothsvessntire Us
teti."
A most excellent inst srgS eabie tonic
iande appietizer. It snourishses ainisvig-
orates thse tired brasiisassdtbodey, ims-
pasrts rensewed essergy sanl vitlity, atnd

I NES5 YTOLEDO
~~ ~ 'imscardS in effectSunssday.Apii23i, 1.)3~.
De)ataurissofviTrains atiAnsArboir.
Is tee LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. sing.
goodidisli neiiss; speiorr k; wvell spin edradng ~ eisiS~S
open the eire viar;commecialgradatens in rea t NoR. . 3 )taiis rAdts Arorvess' . 5' EiioI-.as
demandshor~sth~'iangatss allssecugpositins;iiN. 5. MiiasiadePssinAr*......i sii4
lis~ug vxpesesg$2.ino $2.75 per wevkin ivatsefami-GsINSOUTsH.
'vie. riNxwaCAALG nesdeist ofStudessns
taes po~sitiis o eekitisweasd~sidrss No. .)Sii iisi ssensve*. 55 1 :a.
P. R. CLEARY. Pes . 1i* .sia silid Ees-"'.......ct ip, n.
___________________ N.is.TileiAc ommoAdaiis~ionsi... t;i00 a.n
r ~$2,003 $3.00, $4.©0,'$5Q . Cea siNdard Time.
* WI Si r )'v'iand isitiii between Atilt u Ass o' ale it
F, o irst Clss andstWssrrssitesl 111 iisis s oiy, dally,lvaeptSundayisi .
N I EPlvery'Way. Oth5ervtrins daily i xcetiy daviS y
IWi. 51It.NN5JC, Ri. .5. uETNIsccii.
E Doty & Feiner. iGen. Pass. Arest. uSmsai get

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sitsivensusthes functions. ~
Rumford Chemical Wonks, Provi-
dence, R. I.
iiv,are oiSsties ods I i ati ns. k551 ' I;CI.i 555t Ni'.S D
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
______________________JV_____lbA1(1. Du<//e & Do.
HENRY H A U G Will (111&d Jsoss, po1fide
Teachesr sns solist,Osita, SBanjo isandsMass- 55/]siis P sssq V
(idliis. Studiosat
seIcsevuS MUSTC E5iSst
115555 i s 55 ~Jr i p LauitnI Teijizs anjd j3ase
2] Years in the B~usiness, aIGos
CITY LAUNDRY,.
74.M. Seabolt, No. 4N. Fourth St. A S K OR 1WlITE F011 C ATALOGlUE

ANN ARBOR HEN TSCHLER,
STL,- IN'70. h t 23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.. CORNERNNII ASN AxD IlUlidN STS.
E. S. SERVISS, - IMA IAGER.

This'SpaciReseeifor
WoodwarsvS dve. andilSlate Stveet,
DIETROIT, - - 'MICHIGAN.

NO0T 1 0E.-To STUDENTS
anid Citisensi. Don'tenvdisouts'von r
Candsy whens vsosicassgetljast as goodsatiE .
Jolly & Ca.'s. ire doss't chanef oinstyle, bsut
give Stts yoassnd5 that is one-half. lHst andi
ecolluic t ailhour:ioft hessay anigsti.
R. E. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
And the veiny choicest Candies
~TUTTLE'S,~
48S OUTHI STATS STREET.
VICTOR CYCLES
You aslIlsnwSthems.
Ca ads isee them at
M8. STAESBLER s
Cycle Emporium, 11 W. Wsshingtsn St.

Ths Spacissue e-eidii, ushe
GRSANDOPERIA tOt'SN.

GIBSON,
PHOTOG~RAPHIER
NsO. 12 W. HURON ST.

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