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May 16, 1893 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY..
BASE ±+13 LL NA FN IPAGENTS' HALF-HOSE
S NOTICE !- Al,42s.Slie t, ilt lc"e -T

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Ae slics, IWitch HIazel, I - Inaes,
Linimeents, Sponges, Splints,
Suspenores,
Ch1oseelate sad Cigars
a r fA T ,T-4N)'

G~t~ar, Ja1)o85Special Sale at NOBLE'S
1MasI0ir, Iizis, Etc. 15 ets., Six for 7.5 Cts. 18 Cts., Three for 50 ctc.
All ElLgelly Finisihed anicitin Trhrce Styles, Four fori- $1 00.
1Toe. 35 ets, Three for $1.00. 50 ets., worth 75 ets.

z " -g1- 'f' Oxlsra value. tmported through PlotnCommaission Ilouse. All Shades, lbla ck,Tans,
* WI1LSEY, - The Music Dealer. j sBrowns, tcl., te.
MOORE &WETMORE BOOK STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
______________AND CORNER OF S'TA'TE AND 'ILLEIAM STREETS.
A L-1 hm mm 7"LmFLomm jiSouTr'JymOFkLN KRZOI 1mm 'zoir'7 EJLN7Z"'IT mz ?soxz, U ,mmD
TEN NIS GOODS AND HAMMOCKS.
Our Stock will he found Complete and Our Prices as Lgow as the Lowest.

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BICYCLES.
Will Yo-
At eour Shows

And Many REMdEMBER THAT YOU CAN BUY
3ill}. 'Clipper Blrand-l Solid meat Tomatoes for ;1,1 per
0 e ic~lohriphinc; x- 'c 'c 1 1-Ia
M kp 3Pumpkin, - - - - :N)5
3 "Squash, - - ---1 1 0'
2 " Winslow Corni, - -" 11
A- 2 << Primrose '"- - ' 18
2 " Lake Shore,' - - - 1.5o1
And all other Ciasned Goods at proportionate prife of

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44 Main Street, South.

DEAN & COMPANY.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Sie has send thiemibate, and theie the(y lie,
The weary, helpless, hopeless thin--s.
loer irds, liat daredlasflight tee high,
Aiedfluttderedl liomeiwith broeiiing-i
-Olgiee E. Cldliell-Il elser.

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its own1 story about

GU ITARS A press club has been organized
AND at Brown.
PRICES. The freshmsan cresw won the inter-
THlE ANN ARtBORt ORGAN CO., class heat races at Colunshia.
51 South latin shreet. 'rie freshman base hull leain have
been measured for their uniforms.
MICHIGAN G T The tennis courts at Oberlin cover
CENT 1I . four acres anti are thse fitnest college
Tinie Tale (Revised) Nsvember 20, 5592.
:AST, ps. in. wner..iini. courts its the cousntry.
Nejil...e5 iscaesecia lcint381
Dtay Epress-a--la3 Day Exptwes---.8 27 Tomorrow, at j p. to., tProf. Stan-
N. S. Limit~edl--6 28 Mail - ti-l-t--9
N. Y. Lismited.__.. 9hR N. . tnitiss 9 555 ley will lecture on the IBoston Sym-
Nisearii Falls dpi .15 27 pIn.
ain, Chlicago Es 'ress t19phsony concert prograns.
1t. N. Expressi-- 5,38fG. If. SExiress ,5548
AtlaticExpress -- 8i5 Chi. Night Sap..9t 0 M r. 1 . ".Foster, one of the
G. It It tie-s ____ 40 tneife Expresee 55 27
0. W.e. IllOr et.L H. Wdie YIgil ' founders of thse University News, of
G. P ..3' gtie ag>,Art. AiiaArbor.
__________________________ ele Chicago University, is in lown.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK By the will of thse late Josephe
oP ANN AtRBOlt. Spinney, of Blrooklyn, OVesle)yall
Capital, 1115, 11. 5arplm ad Profits, $:3t,lttO University is bequeathsed nearly a
Transasge anera. bSnaking bsiniiss, her-
eigii exeinize eeld, letters oatcetRprarared nmillion dollars.
for ravlersabrad. P. BACH, Preas. Trainer Fitzpatrick will he at the
S.cv. cIAiIKSO, Cashier. Athletic Field tomorrow. Candi-
DANCING and DEPORTMENT. dates for lisa hurdles will run under
thein na watch for the first time.
GRAN ER' ACA EMY Tickets are on sale for the En-
leil~ySr Oanergineering Society banquet. The
Slit ti~ling spieiallyilyM. rne
inclades his family homie, and contains theI price baa been placed at a dollar
finst and beat arranged reams far instruiction
to be feune in thet Statte. and a half.
office. Canter Entrance, 6 MAYNARD ST. Special rates have teen made so
Send $125, $,eor $t 50 ear Sam- that any one wishing to go to Ithiaca
IIl T IhtHESTCANDtE~iS Amarica. with the base ball team next Satur-
Pet up in elegant bases and d a do so at a xes o
strictly tare. Suitable fee day, my a xes o
PEESENTS. Enxpress chargesmoeta 3..Alwhwiho
purepaid. Reater toeall Chicago. mr ~a 3.0 l h iht
I.!lT C. F. Gne-AdeIs, ett Irgo sould see manager Cleveland to
22taSreCHICAGO. ILLINOIS. arrange for tickets at once.

'Tie election esf officers of the
Students' Lecture Association will
be hseld as soon as the business of
lits year's boarid is completed.
Members of the Freshnman Man-
dolin Club are reetuested to useet
at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening in
Newberry Stall to arrange for
pictures.
J. P. Briggs, pharmacist at thse
hsospital, is the designer of the newa
steam sterilizer swhichs is being used
at the hospital, and proves to he
tlhe best thing of its kind ever in-
vented.
Dr. Catermole, who haa beets in-
turn at thse hospital for the psast
year, has resigned to accept a posi-
tion at Quebec, as medical itnspec-
tor of imnmigrants. Hte left yester-
day for that pllace. 1)r. 1-arry Hall
takes Isis place at the hospital.
All entries for thse anneual field-
day to be held next Saturday, most
he in by Wednesday noon. Entry
fee will he 50 cents. Each man
must enter in the events in which he
wishes to compete, as no changes
can be made from the regular pro-
gram.
On the eve of the Harvard game,
Captain Thonmson, of the Pennsyl-
vania nine, removed from the team
center fielder Thomas) and third
basenman lMcGrillis, the former the
best batter on the nine, for violation
of the rules on the night previous to
the Yale game last Saturday, by
which they were rendered unfit for
Igood ball playing.

Call on Win.. Fulde. fist
T'ailtsr, oltiosiftethe LEer tie leiiisig, Oil
)5,illiulnsot. itrst door svest of State-st.
C leianingrepasiritgfandipressinoef settly.
IStits secerder a specialty.- All iiserk first-elaess
IF YOU WANTI 10
Buy a= Alar C 101
or have name Repairing doego te
' tArnoICk,36 Maim Street
WITH'/ SIX LOTS
mo = I /-i1 =
A laressehousse, ,sithi etessa te-ety 1.e
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I'ralls-ty inNoAs.-heape. lessee hall seesthisel
flor frdlasisteill o si 14roliisl mses. Sioesd
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S. K IAL SE, ANN ARBuOR, AMit.
___ALL ON---
G.H. WILD
The Leading Tailor,
Foa ise tirin, se SmiisersSnsit.. Tsers-
fancy ~stsetiri( cat. ties-cerristhei
meestsoletstokin thiselscsill- ee
No.2 F" Washington-St., Near Main.
Capital, $50,00. Surplus nd Profts,1,000so.
oats a general Banking business. Pays in-
terest en Saving Deposits. Has saflety
Deposit fBsxes fur Sent.
E. KEMPF, Pres. F. S. BELSEE, Cashier.
Sank spen Saturday evening.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
rFine Shower Bath.. New Porcelain
Tabe.
305E. Washington St. J. S. TROJANOWSSt
130 Baths for $5.tS.

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