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May 18, 1893 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
BAE AL A FINE DISPLAY GENTS' HALF- HOSE
NOTICE! Ai42 . StaeS ic-i I loon
cpnci iitinch aeI aiag Gitars, jaxjos, Special Sale at NOBLES.
Linim1nts, Sponges, SplitVi o Oljy tlinSE tc.l
Sulspnoieso1) etc ,S1 fr c5 t5. 1
Chocolaics and CigarsnilEi egintii Finished anai Rich in l hrce Styles, Four for ~ 00.
A-r ALKN s.Ton. 85 CtS ,Tiefor i$l.00. '50 ttS. ssorth '75 t.
Al C A L KE~~.Ixtranvlue. Impircliitnrnghli ncsa Comimissinon s.Al haeBlc, as
WILSEY, - The Music Dealer. jonie, Ltc.,i tn.
MO RB&E M RE O0K S"TORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
. ix liP I'.ii r TOi 1uz zi -L,9. NTN ยง232 U D T__TIYE3SIITY JimiK 7i7707 7.
TE KE 711 IS GOODS AN" I_11AMNIM0(AXS.
Our PloeL xs will lie found Complete and Our Prices Lwas 1the Lowest

,~a v7i, Other
M~ij Vake~
CHICAGO'
1 1tSA EAT -

-,E B,,7 ERTHAT YOUCANBUY
"Rnversidn .0 1 <
Pumpkini, - - - lii
.: Squash, - - - - - <ts1 z '
c) S W innlov Con, - - - 1.1i-
L2 " Primrnose " -- - - " 1i8sc
2 " Lake Shone,: - - - 1.50i '
And all other Canned Goods at propoitionate price of
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

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Call o i. Fule.the
Tiinr,nopponite itie EIr a 1iidilg, Oil
Wiiii-t., 1hnt iiiir Nv eat (of State-si.
;icaning,re pairing andi pressing dn neatcoi -.
Sitininnncenna spnniaity. Aiinworiniirs-eiiis.
IF YOU WANT TO
en hav e name Repaniing done go in
Mr n>. Arnotd, 36 M Lin Street
W0:ITH SIX LOTS
A laae hnos, with ahbIotoiy lone
rooms~i...andsilinofosil, at: aiboutione-half
i'noety in Ni. I -shape. Large hiilon tirdi
floor forndane hoil or billiard nrnoi. 5Would
nle an emiellent plane fnneSoety nouse.
lice y ioyno'nSCa.ili mt
;ti West Liberty Street,
S. IUIAUSEf, ANN ARBOuR, MIenx.

Wi1YuLo UNIVERSITY NOTES.
.1Mnn in annaOnbutilitte here nionw,
A sin-SowWin1Tdow!It t Btel wOnaintaighty hard,
W1hlen he finds heminly needin but one
ii's owii story abont none sponiUnon a card.
GUITARS Tonmorronw the annual field-dlay of
AND ~the Uiversity of Wisconsinocus
PRICES. Prof. Taylor nwill not meet hila
THEi ANN AiBSOR t 1AN CO., clans in Political Economy tomor-
ii South Main Srnon. rowa.
Ninety-four lit defeated '96 lit inn
.. L GI H I G A N c RT a p ra c tic e G a n me y e s te rd a y7-s c o re , i m T a l (R is d N o e b r 0 , 8 *
EAnS-. p e. a. WEST. a. m. Entries for field dtay are nmore
M.ai---------04 25 Chicano Specili- 3 08
nor Expeson_ ---- 530 Day rness.-- 8 27nunmerous than eer before at the
N. S. Limiteii----0 6208 Aaii- ------ at93
N. Y. Linmied-__.9 45N. 5.iin--_ 9songP. of M.
Niagara halln Sp'i-ii -, p-.
a, m. Ciengaox~ea. uto 'The Boston Symhn oresa
0. N. Expess__ > 35 0. C. Enpeen. --__5 0 nposyoc8sr
Atiinntic hEipness-_ 0 05 (hiNight Sap_-_a9ins will give a concert in Detroit, Sat-
0. Ri. Expreos---ii 40 aciiic Expres-in0 t
l. W!. licUGGes. H. W, HAnnS, urday nighst.
G~p.T.Aenihingo.AginmaAaine. Prof. 'raylor willleceture on tihe
FIRST NATIONAL BANK silver question, in Gransc Rapids,
Or ANN AniBin. tomorrow nigtht.
Looiol, 111,3. Sirpice and Croans, V0i,000. 'rie '94 and '96 tits had a prac-
Temnnei a gennera. bankig buniness, Car-
olga exnhaain~ sold, letters ofcreedit pnonured tice game yesterday afternoon on
for trnveiersabomad.
P. BACH, Cr0s. tine athletic field.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier. Tine '95 lis defeated the junior
DANCING and DEPORTMENT.1 laws by a large score yesterday after-
ORANE~sACADEMY , I noon, on tine campus.
IiUAUMYII The junior laws will have an op-
~Jflht'~U ilk)portunity to get off their entrance
Tihe builiding npecialiinnumutiny Mr. lGranger
inciudes his famnil' home, and contains the Con,, in Blackstone, June 3.
fnest and best arranged roams enr instruction Thmagesotevriucls
to bne tound in te Stata.h aagr ftevaiu ls
Offie, Center Entrance, 6 MAYNA10D ST. teams have submitted lists of play-
- Send $125, *z, or $ 5i rsi aram- era eligible for the inter-class series.
~Ypie RetailiSax by express at A. B. Tucker and WV. H. Mar-
thie BEST CANDIES in APerie5.
pue5't up in elegant Indxes 44 - shall, assistant librarians of the law
srel pure.Suitable fost
Tr toc-Ades canvassing agents for the Michnigisn
repaidC . 22Se Ser inetiiCc eprmet hv be
CHICAGO ILLIR0tS. Law journal.

'The junior laws wsill he examined
in Fixtures sort E:asennenols, Satur-
day, 'May an, in the generaltletuire
room at 9:30 a. ni.
'T'here wvill hc a meeting of '94
to elect thc Board of editors for the
senior amnnual, Saturday msornling,
May 2n, in room A.
'Tne seiniors sat for a class picture
nin the gym steps thsis morning but
will probably inane to sit again ow-
lug to tine highi nind preval ing.
The students are shionving tlheir
appreciation of the tennis courts by
using them constantly. On all sides
are heard wvords of praise in regard
to their condition.
'The Board of Regemnts meet Fri-
day mnorning. This nmeetinig pronm-
ises to be of unusual interest as
matters of importance to tine uni-
versity will be considered.
The engineering party wili start
Friday on their annual tour. They
will go by boat from Detroit to
Mackinawv, from tinence into the
Superior region. The party wviii be
under tine charge of Prof. Davis, and
will be absent the remainder of the,
year.
Dr. Hfolmes, of Chathnam, Ont.,
a graduate of the U. of M~., will be
in town on Wednesday next, to re-
new old acquaintances and address
the Canadian club, at their banquet
rthat evening. The doctor is a grad-
uate of somewhsere in the seventies
tand is one of the foremost medical
1 men in Ontario.

-CALL ON--

G. H. WILD
The Leading Tailor,
For a Fbiue Suuin~tovne imirune Sitl, trmnens.,
Faney VestmonOver-coat. linevuirrimoli
iiii-iomipleie stoiei m i e city at
No-.12 E. Washington-St., Near Main.
Capitli, $50,000. Sat-plan and ProJit, $1700,.
Dais a general Banking businees. Pays ia-
terest on Saving Depoesis. Has safety
Deposit Boxes fnr Hent.
Rt. KEMPF, Pt-es. F, H. SELSES, Cashier.
Ban& onsSsiurdlayevening.
0. K. BARBER S"OP.
Flne shower Bths11, New Porcelain
SOE. Wasbisgeon St5. . LTRiO.ANOWSKI
3D Baiths Car 51.1

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