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May 19, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-05-19

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.THE U. OF M. DAILY.

- * ' as the years go by. It would afford ans
..iL* OJ . Dtxr 41. annual comulnions with those with
______whosm we have been closely associated
Published Daily (Sundlays excepted) during ins the lecture room, and revive many
the Coliear year, by- pleasoant recollections which are s0
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION closely allied to a student's life. The
____________________career of at class-mate, whether ini the
Alt copy mtsO 1be att the office tbefoe r::no. ,o. legal lwrofessioun, or mnay be those aria-
of I he d:y of publicatio.ig oit of the "Donmestic relations,"
- - iight tie Droughit some to one another
The Sditosedo not hold themselves reepon- anitilenid a cirer to the weary liours
astle for the opinionso or statemts l of cores- tialt s5tit l y tall to the list of the young
pedatoponai te0 se. lractstiolltr. IL. r.W. .
ANN iAsiiwit, May 18.

TAN SHOES-Prices, x$3.50, $4.00, $5.00.
SOU'TH AINK STREET, - - ANN ARBOR.

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SP -,IPG SQ T IWT ShtQ A pkrid
SP T( ~ )U11~). Line.
01R i-nR f a.-. "WUA (PT\TT~. R ('O.

THiEEstill tic an imaplorant mcet-
log of tIti A iYivboard tomorrow
*night at 7:30. A full attendane of
editors is dcsircd.

litR tcaum leaves for Ithaca to-
nigh t at 6i:2, and tomsorrowv they
play ltce first gassy witi C orncll.
Reimcmiher, this is iiie cit the ins-
portant gullet itf the scason, and
our lists cilido all thee caci tociii.
Nothing ciii gicvethemiimohrcen-
coutragemlenlt thas tro see a large
isucaser of stttdeiits at the station to
bill thsemt g'oi luck. Let every
loyal U. of Mt. man he at the \I. C.
station tonighit, anid cheer the soy's
off.
Tsritpresidlent of the class ofi''94
asks its to ansnotunce that there will
he a nmeeting of thse class, Saturday
nsorning at s o, its roonm A, to pris-
side for thesculictiation of thse scnior
annual sect year. A full attendance
of both fraternity mieis aniil omics
and thse I ndepennts is most1
earnestly reiqtested. the ques-
tion of conmbining the tuvo senior
psublications seillI be ilscutssed, and
it is to be hoped that the satter
mtay have the cosidheration it sde-
serves.
This is its direct liinie withcthe
conmmunicatiota in Tuesday's Di)i Lv.
A great mny who have the test in-
terests of thse class at heart arc anx-
ions to see '9.1 lake this forwvard
step. 'Too much can certainly not
be said in favor of tie umove. Its
adiantages arc evident. For sever-
al years ttte sentiment for an all-
University senior annual Ihas been
growing, and it remaaints for the duast
of '94 to arcomtplishi thiis cecuratle
end.
That Lacyn Annual.
Ettiisto. s. 0o ir
Int referestee toithtte severat illusions
recently saade itt the DAILCYits regard
to a Ltav Anistsal, 1 wusl beItleasecd
to put mnyself oss record as beisngItetart-
fly isa accord withs it. The oste putb-
lishied at gale, asid its salient features,
has particularly cosme withis inte notie
of thse writer, and those interested are
enthsusiastic over its inttrisnsic valuse.
The manifold advantages of sucs a
publicatiosa would licrease its interest

Gli I0.t i s it' ssSUetsutt 0L1jeVV I 1V5LYi.5 VV
DRtEivic A ic ItA BTilE ius er i i'atlieco oilit tts ,ete; oer.teia
N.reJiusates sief f 0eLes scrv gnilicij i coeoroeeteotcipp. 'oi
struitili. ue t for tse e tr y- t y tnearstosnotn jciufodcat mu i o raisaoA. Aro
onlillct l tt p rac.I iiitice ~t s I heLED 00,CHOLOFB$4N.0,g
orv a t s e he ndei bodrait u n le dy, i euildigF irs t esaeselargerratteac t e do osirdut , NRv li ttt
hartsd resehdoresystdhialtntdd grdes ecr poay. i o thero. tr'ainsandaily5epetitn.
etr l ltve ls the f ttti t ie r - ycv.'se..55SNNxT'tTAOIt.a5. OIIPFfmS C stat.
taenpte totslte fet tt05 t t s o nS D o et wz e i d e r . t. taco.adPege . ......1e a.ielt
Rumford ChemRcaCLWork?. Pros. N-.-h. Mail a_____Express-*_..............._J_00_1i._in.
deuc eclln lda~eal oic.6 oedR.o ccOiM Pdati nY..61.i

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FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
1~IdiE ct'i;t'tIAI., tIE!N'1 litO
HENRY HAUG,
'Teaeher atnd sooist, Guitar, tBanjs o ndMutt- iI. C t)iiltlOtf/ c'Bro.,
tdlitt. Stuot,
WILSEY'S MUSIC RatooIS, W I2_sld c DI/sois,
,Rotosao4S.Stateits1. ais1 I oi'Gce e t'bide 6' Co..
2] Years in the Business,
CITY LAUNDRY, G!JigiasitMj LaW!) Tunpis anj 3ase
M. M. Seabolt. No. 4 N. Fourth St. p3all Goods.
IASK OR WRITE 1F1R CATALOGUE.

This SpacetReserved lice
WodwdSite, and 1Staeutr ieet,

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ANN ARBOR
SIEAM LLTu2li.Y CO.
a3 SOUTH FOURTH AVE..
E. S. SERVISS, - ?MANAGER.
NOT IC E.-Tro S,.ivE1Ts
anid Cities. Don'tsensd out sof tosin foe
Cdn i't you con eel tocutas good ti tR. N.
Jslly & Co.'s.We doIt ihare toe style, hot
gisve it is you.,otti thot is one-holt. Hot ani
coli lunmoclittt lousi of' the da nd sintightt.
R. E. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
And the very choicest Candles
*. TUTTW'S, *
VICTOR CYCLES
Ytoutallikow thirs.
Callsi and see itheoatit
#M. STAEBL.ER's
Cycle Emporium, 11 W. Washington St.

RENTSCHLER,
hoto jrapher,
('tlNEll -1iAlj\ A_;1)s 1U15'T S. d
GR AN\D OPERA MOUSE,
0\ 1: NltlH'i' iONL.
SATURDAY EVE., MAY 20th
.A . l'u'ais'cci Gor. t,'at i icci i, fth e t
- 0 cnnaioaa tvii,
FIRE PATROL !
1stin-ifi u "Ienrota1d5M vt-sn Pica ftsto
A PondertousitolSt ipi 'hilliaoetisleh
in ctalopraio. (eS u t i re atr'cl
Wagoan Hos.
Price: - '35c.50c, and 75c.
Seure hints at 'ta'tts' letelsyStore.
GIBSON,
PHOTO GRAPRII
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.

D~ETROtIT,

7MICHIGAN.{

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