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THE U, OF M. DAILY
~ ~D'~' A FINE DI8PL A YKj0j1iM $AiA\
ti A" I' 1.1A-
----_._ AK 42 S.iState ar .,, a i rfo or.
you ae otsi.fcd a. fter ,tip te 1 Panci$oli5If Viluls, Etic. will cIretJI g f no ner wc-ar. Xouwanst ode.
Strpl e il l gladly re urn y017
soe. REveryboy is sati-id sfa All legaintly iished and Rich ino
out of moresthan ti puas ers. Tote.
Catkin's Pharmacy. WILEY, TTheMusiZD aerT
MOO E WEMOE, h uicDae. BOOK STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
____ ___AN1i CORNER OF STATE A\1) WILLIAM STREETS.
. Ni" j L'?lOY DLPSov-r7%T l Cz'1ANNITTNLO 1 jIr z IY/ IY77soryp
TENNIS GOODS AND IAAdIOGKS.
w~ ~ ill be found Complete and Our :Prices as Low as t-he Lowest.
d ' cn REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN BUY Tailor, opposite the Law ' Bili on
It>, "b. Clipper hBraiid"Solid meat Tonaoes for 61,1(1 pti rdoe. Wilasnt,irstndoonarwesitiofae-t.
8,i , 1 17-" opin ' " " s- " " Suits tnorderspecialty. All work frst-clas
00M2 ''Winslow Coirn 1 "Pirs ohr -CoIstlpn nt yW N
CIAO .2ccPirs " - - _ _ cc c cc 3 u zmw 1 r l o FRSLAT- 2 " Lake Shore,' - - -1.0ohaesm Repairing done gn to
And all ohrCannoed Goods t pro36tionateStreeet
BICCLE. ~ 44 ainStret.Souh. DEAN & COMPANY".I

Will You Look
At ou1 Show Window? It tolls
ila soiii story about
GUITARS
ANSI
PRICES.

( UNIVERSITY NOTES.
THIS "FIXno" InACE.
TIhS running turf ncan ntelL,e
TIhe-fret. esalished well,
Than frequently nhe selling -race
islbata al lagscll.
Fiel sports begin promsptly at
2:30 p. Ill.
Tine U. of ill. defeated the U. of

THlE ANN AIhi1l ORGAN CO., Id.3to6 ededya.51SuhlfiSretTine junior laws play the Normal
_____________________________school at Ypsilanti tlfis afternoon.
.. G JG NG NT I Dr. Martin was called in conssnl-
.......tahion to Caro andi Caas City, yes-,
TimneTable (Revisned)Noveesnr 20,89?. terday.
nA. . p. . WS. n1
Mtail-------- f 5ChicnSpecial - 30 h ii pes.----50 DyExrs_--s2 ePal U'a havewonth i tir
N. s Limited _ h__is.Mail . _- :n(ame defeating the 'eaPis
N. Y. 1irniied _--9 51N S.- ie -9 59 7 etP in
a. naa~s pl-rri, CShicagn Ex. -es.si.'husay 1o5
1) Nan. Lxpre-s s I ii: i NiEt pi *1__,-5 48 Tue S. C. A. seirvices Sitnoay
Atlnic Ep essnii4ii n Ci.NcigtEns n9S05
Or i. nirs---.10 0 P .cfic.Exress 0,27nornineg will he conducted hy Prof.
0. 1' ,. . Ase, i Clici ao. A . Atiii Arbonr. IThonnpaonn. Subjcct: Story of the
ITIRST NATIONAL BA pNjr Prodigai Son.
on AN A~lin. - Ninety-five anti Ninety-four ilaycid
COnnit,,n*i,)IllIllSaionic and Poits, $relasS. a good game oii the athnletic field
Trarsoaetsit nenenaSoankingebuhns,forIn-yeer afrno. Sre6t
eint xii ne snld, lenters on credit procured yetray
for travenersEasres,'in favor of '
SW. CLARKSON, asohier. ( Tickets for the 'Nrarsity minstrel
DANCING and DEPORTMENT. performance will he on sale Monday
AI~A~1IUat Watts'. Prices have heen placed
GRi'NGER'S A A E y at 75 and 5o cents.
Thebuldng peial uilt y Jr.irai1. Thne hoard of regents spent some
ineludes hin family home, and contaiss the timeyetra looking over the
finest and best arranged rooms for insttons ystra
toh besaond in the State. caimpus for a site for the proposed
Office,.Center Entrance, 6 MAYNARD ST. new administration building.
- Sesd $125, $2, or $5 50 for Sam-. Monday afternoon will occur on
C ulu pleRestaiBnx by express of~ the campus the first of the- inter-
Tifl!7 the BESTCANDIES inAmericas. P
sPot op in elegat boee fior class baseball games, '45 and '9;6
p~tS~&S.xps~8 earesbeing the opposing teams. The
p repaid. Refer to a.hmeto
Crysosee. Addraes gme ill certainly be an interest-
C._ . GII0THHR. (lenfeeisnee.gae
20 St aeStree rgone.

There will he anainmportant meet-
ing of tse Denmocratic Cluh, Mon-
day night, in tine law iecture roonm.
Seniors desiring Commsencement
invitations should niake the ninmber
wanted known to tine Invitation
Conmnittee at once. Address the
Chairman, nn Jeffersontsotreet.
'The followving programn will he
rendered by tine Alphia No, tiiis eve-
lning: Pianso solo, Mliss Fischer;
declanmation, Mr. Duncan; reading,
Mr. Dasef; vocat solo, Mnr. Nelson;
recitation, Mr. Adans; essay, Mr.
Kellogg; story, M1r. Saciler; s-oral
solo, Mr. Watsons.
Tine Msinisterial iBand his abeen
fortunate in securing Prof. Dewvey
to give an address this evenning in
Newbherry Hall, at 7:30, uiiontlne
''Relation of Phlilosophny to 'Theol-
ogy.'' The Band invites all swho
are especially interented in thnis suh-
ject to he present. The annual
election of a secretary for the iBandi
will alao take place tine same even-
log.
'ihe following men left via thr
Michigan Central for Ithaca last
night, Crawford c, Krogman p, Jef-
feris z b, Spurney 2 h, Pearson 3 b,
Spitzer ss, Smeltzer r f, Shields c f
Rich 1 f, Griffin nub., Seymour um-
pire. About two hundred enthusi-
astic students were at the station to
see the boys leave. The game will
be telegraphed to the DAILY at the.
end of the third, sixth and ninth in-
nings, and, if possible, will be re-
ported at the- Athletic Field.

LAARGE -HO E
WITH SIX LOTS
A lane houinseOth iAinsiont iwin-iltar-ie
rom n i oltsi- Io sle antslbssii on-half
isrieeiioifeeSfirtosiofinome. A n-cry lars eehaol.
'roinirt itn Nio1sape.earge Sill]sistiini
floorsir dncneihall sir iilliBrd rootS.. Wosuld
m~asle sis ensi-enit iiLesrnfor Society hose.
Eanssyissyeils. C,01sL~t
560]West Liberty Street,
S. KRIALSE, ANN ARnIOR. MICit.
CALL ON-~
G. H. WILD
The Leading Tailosr,
For Fi S ei, orun-iasnien lush. I'risser-,
anicyset onoe iS-ieri-nat. lis'e arries- lihe
nmist ecosslete Sitsec ini te ecina
No.12 E. Washington-St.. Near Main.
a8 ta ,al11111 lank,
Capital, $50,000. Suarplus and Profits, $170%,.
Does a genersilflanking business. Pays in-
terest o Saving Deposits. Has safety
Deposit Boxes for Rent.
R. KEMPF, Pres. F. H. BBHLSER, Cashier.
Bank seen Saturday evening.
Q. K. BARBERL SHOP.
ste eioxay ,,
]Fi,** Shower Bths,~ New Pereeleia
901.Was5,tegtssn St. J. H. THOJANOWSgt
3l, Baths for $15.05

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