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May 15, 1893 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. D A LY
BASE + I3ALL A IED8LYGENT S'HALF-HOSE
N O T ICEAt t SaeS ct.,1nt Flor
AriaWic Hazel7 hndacrsGb dl'Sars, 3jsSpecial Sale at NOBLE'S.
Ss sori s h, aq oii Vi isE c 15 ets., Six for 75 ets. 18 etc., Three for 50 ets.
Chocoatesand Cigars, All Elegantly Finied and Richlin Three Styles, Fous~r for 1. 00.
f AT T T ,T CTone. 35 cts., Three for $1.00. 50 cts., wor th 75 ets.
a~ 0AK N . I Extra value. Imuported through Bton Conmmission House. All Shades, bak as
WILSEY, - The Music Dealer. I moans, Etc., Etc. Bak as
MOOE'WETOR, BOOK STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
_______________ANt) CORNER OF STATE AND WtLLIAM STIRETS.
A NE77: AiDr IHFrro:EP SOU7:i 7o ANN A-1OR JUTD ,UN iYB I ;L ECI3~
TENNIS GOODS ANDI) IiIMOCKS.
Our Sock will be found Complete and Our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

And Many
~ Makes
B[CYCEs. BONSDrgSoe
Will You Look
At otur Sihow Window? It tells
it's owrt story abott
GUITARS
AND
PRICES.
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
5t Soack Main Stree.
jVLGHIGAN GNI?
Time Table t(Revised) November 21, 1892.
EAST. p. ne. NEST. a.,nM.
:Mail - --4 25 Chteago Special - 3 08
D~ay Express------it30Day hExpress---- 8 2t
N.. S"Limited---6211 Mail- ---s---tt3
N. Y. Limnited _-ti4,5N. S. smted---.95fig5
Niagara Fatts Set .11 ;22 P. M.
a, cm, Chicago Expr'ess. 2 J9
D. N. Express--... S3d G. R. Expres -s 5a4

REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN BUY
3lb, "(dipperica t td"SolitI etTomaIitttoes fl ist1,1ll) let dozs
3 cc "Riverside cc cc c c "cc1.2(1""c
" Pcumpkinu,
2"Squcasht, - - -- 1.1 1)"0 . -
2 " Witnslos s-ci, - - - 1.1.5 '
2 c Primurose c <13 c c
2 " Lake Shore," - - _- cc 1.50 c" c
Atnd all other Canned Goads at proportionate price of

44 Main Street, South.

DEAN & COMPANY.

I

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
i-use one iwrote' 5fine poemilstoSprint-,
Bit She Iblizzard, s viciosilnd thing,
Stepped in a1 that point,
'Shrew it loucnof jint.
A ii tile piletSnonlunger doth sing.
Trhe regents mecl next Wednecs-
day.
Thte Adlelphti will lplay the Alphta
INa, Saturday.
Thte Jeffersoniats defeated the
Webster at baseball, Saturday.
Saturday's scores, Howard 3,
Willianms z; De Pauw o, Wabaah 9.
The Engineering society will hold
its antunal banqttet on Thusrsday
evening.
No nmore ganmes swill be played at
honme until Jane 3, when U1. of Ill.

Atlantie ilupreus. . 1(112Chi. Ntgt cEuts . 905 playshere.
G. R. Express---.t_ 10 0Pacific Repress .10 2i y
0. St. tUGtLEu. H.W. HAYES. The next game will be with the
G. P. &; T. Argent, Chicago. Age. Ants Arttor.
D. A. C., at Ite D. A. C. grounds
FIRST NATIONAL BANK in Detroit.
OP ANN ARBOR. Thte Normal team defeatedth le
Caupitalt $190.900. Sueplce and Profits, $30,00di. High School, at Ypsilanti, Satstr-
Trannaces a generta. bnkning bsinnss, eor-
eign enehusire sold, lttern of credit proeured day, so to 5.
toe travelers ahroad.
SW.CstattP. BACH, Pren. Prof. Scott will lecture tonight
________________________before the Unity jClub on "Souse
DANCING and DEPORTMENT.1 Pictures Worth Seeing at the World's
A' h111 I Fair.
GR~ G1~ 'S I~iY~l Next Saturday evening Prof.
The buttding specially tiltttty Sr. Granger Dewey will address the Mission '
includes his enmity homte, and contains the1 Band, at Newberry Hall n"h
fnent and bent arrnand routan foe instruction I,>n Th
tu be enand in the State. Relation of Philosophy to Christi-
officee. Center Entrance, 6 MAYNARD ST.,tinily."
Send $12t5,eVor $3 50 Car Sam- H. Walters has been appointed
['n pie RetailiBox bty expresstof assistant editor of the Law Journal,
V~IY Pat op in elegant Paxne end.,inAn Aro, ve oe ai
strictly pure. Suit ar Anerr.Evry oehaig
PRESENTS. lExpress eharges alumnote rohrnw fitr
* Fpaid. Refer to al Chiesga. inoeorthrewofne-
I ffl tIneEE, eAdd eesae, est to law studeents, should confer
CHICAGSO, ILLtNOIe. ithhm

A. J- Falknor has been elected a
metmber of the executive comtmittee
the U. of Il. Republican clith.
The pole vault, omitted in the re-
port of field-day, wvas n-on by R.
Austin, 8 ft. 3 in.; Crane, second,
S ft.
All students of Anmerican history
will be interested its the W~ashuingtots
autobiograpical account of Brad.
dock's defeat, in the current nuimber
of Scribner's.
Mark A. Sands, 193 lawv, was
elected vice-president of else Na-
tional Ltague of the Republican
Club at their recent meeting at
Louisville, EKy.
The Methodist 'S. S. spill give a
reception in the ttarlors of thse
church ott Tuesday euening. lies.
Trueblood will give a few select
readings, and the S. S. orclhestra
will furnish music.
The Unity Club social announsced
for tonight, will not occur till the
aad. Thursday evening, May sith,
Mr.Bilbie will give a'musical recital.
This is the last entertainment of the
Unity Club course.
The game between Wisconsin and
University of Chicago, Saturday,
wan one of special interest, an Prof.
Stagg pitched for the Chicago boys,
and yet Wisconsin defeated them.
They jumped on the "Professor"
and pounded out runs at will.
Singles and doubles were made by
Madison without any trouble. The
Iscore was so to 6.

Call on Win. Fuldo, te
Tailor, opposite the Lasv itilintg, ott
Williamt-st., first door wscet of State-st.
tC'easisg, reprsiinganudtpetsingstone etly.
Suits to ordereaspecialty. All wsrueb Itelass.
IF YOU WANT TO
33uy n larOCook~
orbhavensome Repairing dne go to
W'qi. Arnolk, 36 Main Street
JAARGE R1OUSE
' _ WITH SIX LOTS
A ltissehsis, sitts hitfitliesity 1tu~ei
roos,, nduiissix loitsfsle al~lt ablott e-half
)rieic eefiscstofehome. A verytlarge hut1.
'roenteit N.s. hapte. targenmit thir(sld
tiooe list danscehbll sr dittoed eiuso. 55nlit
slilihe <1s1excellesintlwfor Sie tissuue,
Eay~sy yiet.. (%Illt oit
56 West Liberty Street,
S. IUIAU:SE, ANN Attot, MaCH.
CALL ON-
U.H. WILD
The Leading Tailor,
Foue in ie Sptring sir SommiscerSisit. Teousers,
F'uncy Vest orOercoast. tte ies.tthe
t copesiiite ntiick iss tvh-citya
No.'2 E. Washington-St., Near Main.
Capitat, $50,0051. Surptus and Proftts, $1,00.
Boen a general Backing business. Pays in.
terest an Saving Deposits. Hae safety
Deposit Boxes ear Rest.
E. KEMPF, Pres. F. HB SER, Cashier.
Bank oven Saturdav evening.
0. It. BARBER SHOP.
sN CONsECION,
Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
Tubs.
30E. Washington St. 3. R. TEOJANOWeSca
3S Bathe Car $5.00.

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