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May 22, 1893 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1893-05-22

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
a'Y A F/NE DI8PL A Y i~i$> -v i$
I A 42 S. SttSt.,1istFl1 r
Thl i i i s tot wil 1)0uta fine

you sare not satisfied afteu rsithe
oey. Eserybosdy is satisfied so ftr
otsoftmore thou ioo uructhasers,
Calkin's Pharmacy.

ve n%,am 3 -=ai. S. -

Will I& !lie 0,iny for I;mmizner ix-par Vnii wntt r~)(,

JMaqdol)ss V iolII55 Etc. . i - cie ' ns orz~uu"i' iear. i atoe
Alt I etg-otly tinished Iand itictnt
Tonaea
WILSEY, - The Music Dealer.1 O I B 2 .)''~2JL

___________________AND CORltNEtR 0F STATE AND WILLIAM STREETS.
TEaNNIaS GOODS AND 11i.VIOCE
Our Soc will be found Complete and Our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

B ICAGOLES.

RE1UEMBEP TEATYOU CAN BUY
3t lb. '"Cliptper lirtoid''Solid piat tTomatoes or 1,0 pe doz
"Dolp in z 44 i 115 <<
c "Ri ersidel cc itc i. cc .90( cci c
t Pttmpkist, -- -t
2i S siss, Cat-it, - ' - - - 10 -i <
2 Z 1,Pirlose - -i j~~
2 " Laike Shtore, - - - 1.5
Aitd all sother Ctatnted Goads at propiortitonatte price of
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

I

Will You Look
At ousrShow Witsdow? It tells
its owi s toyt aboutt
GUITARS
AND
PRICES.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
A bustetilt gams55n0o tertatteogamtt,
For the pitalives msana ull;
The iitt-oessoftut-on ay a t
Whitte the base-suite oftta ten1e futl.
~-uitoa ii
Thsere asill be u game lis after-
000n betasecnu'9-and i96,awhicih
setl be hotly contested.
Thse Denmocratic Club awill meet

THE ANN ARBiOR ORGAN CO., intshle lose lecture roonm this evening
it South~ MainaSteete. at 7 o'clock. Important business.
'Te junior civil engineers start
XIGHIGAN1GENTP TX for Leland this evening at 7:30.
t'iseIsTite ttseiseiltNos-embee t0,1892t. cy swill renmain ther oemontlh.
E S. 1. rel. W"i. a. mi. Tejnorlw n froml
Maitt----------- 4? bieafoeciaol - _ le uno3lss ndNrml
Day Exs-ti---------ai Day Expeess____ s zipa yed a loose goose of boll at Vpsi-
N. S". Littit-5- 5 '56 t8Flou-l--s-t93
N. Y. Iitite tt __E' s45 N- S.- aittei--- 959 blanlSaturday. The score stood
Niaot blt n, ~Chiiagoi ress. 21i19 24 to 13 in favor of the lou-u.
I). N. Ebobsso--- >38tOU. 15. iotExpcSs - 518
Attltntici- It s__S L05Ch. Nigtb Eat'9-51 PTe 'Varsity leaves for its 3We'st-
ft. pi. lst e w 5___19 ut ieic lri+,4 1USt
it) . Itffiti si. s. D1!i1as, cysttrip tomsorrosw. Sixgames arc
.t.P I . -; L itt, Chitago. _Ace. AisitArboe.
_______________________________to be play ed, etnding wills Cornell
FIRT .NATIONAL BAU gasmc at Detroit on IDecoration Day.
lie ANN AutOO. The twvo-nsile bicycle rccord u-as
CaR-t ti,-t.ap3lte ant rots, $30),t00.1 broken lost Saturday by Osgood, itt
Transac- tsorearis.. iaaking biusiniess, isr-I
eis~ excatiso tlties at credit istued tise University of Pennsylvania, whosi
rue ~oe'lao otisil. P. BIACH, Preas. rod e the distance in5 minutes and
S. W t~hoaao, Stabte. 2aSseconds.
DANCING and DEPORTMENT. Alpha No played Adelphi on the-
GRANGER'S ACADEMY1 campus Saturday morning. In
GHAI~~h~ 6AD~'~[~spite of the errors the score was held:
Thebuldig peialy uil b M. Ganerdown 1o 16 to 14 10 favor of Aiphas
'rlushoiitst seamiy hmand c.onnsteeN. hebatteries were Block and
finest sod best arranged raoms eae iastractiaa
to be eaand to the State. Griffin, Bowen and Dellenhack.
Office. Center Entrance, 6 MAYNARD ST. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Pette re-
Sed 12, fi, r 3 0 orSa-ceived the King's Daughters, and-
hpeB Retail CNIESBox by xpress of entertained them in as royal a man-
utup inASelegan Amerc.
~ Pa ops elgan mes assd ncr as such daughters should be en-
PRSETS ter tained. The afternoon was spent
prepaid. Referto llChicago. in a most pleasant social manner,
C.FG_ TER Cnfctonrand elegant refreshments were
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. sevd

The Saturday tuotinee art recital
by Mliss Goodykoontz, assisted by
Muiss Ticknor, as a decided suc-
cess. Tthis is a tncew feature in the
U. of IN., and bids fair to beconte
one of the most intcuesting ones of
thse awork cinder Prof. T. C. True-
blood. The progranm was, its part,
"The Triunmph of Conscience,"
from the 't1ttill on tlse Floss,'' and
'Aunt Peggy aind H-ight Art." Als
sic seas furnished by Mhr. McClellan.
Amntg othser minor business tran-
sacted by the Regents, l-riday, i1tseas
decided to isae thse library opened
at 8:t5 instead of 9 o'clock. The
resigination -of D~r. Abel seas ac-
cepted. Drs. Spaulding atnd -Mac-
Loaclan swere granstedt leave of ab-
sence to go to Europe. Thte use of
thse hall in thecplalts builingwse
granted to the G. A. R. for Mtay 30.
Several stuall appropriations were
tuade, anmong tlsem $16lo for geiseral
cemnistry.
Thte followeing is the list donators
of prizes for Saturday's field days
ilt medals giveti by George Wahr,
Sheehan. & Co., R. E. Jolly & Co.,
A. L. Noble, A. D. Seyler & Son,
WV. G. Burchfield, Sid. Millard,
Goodspeed Bros., Farmers' &
Mechanics' Bank, II. J. Brown.
and medals, State Savings Bank,
Rosey, Hazlewood, A. Wilsey, J. J.
Gihson, G. HI. Wild, Eherhach
Hardware Co., Wagner & Co., Two
Sams, Moore & Wetmore. All
round prize, a pair field glasses was
1 given hy Wright, Kay & Co.

Call1 on Win. Fulde. thes
'tailor, elpposite ftle Loss- liiitt, Ott
Wiilliotia-at., tlrst door wiest of State-st.
Cleanting-.repiingittiidpresing dimeetly~u.
Suits to orereea speciaty~. Allseort ist-lss-ts.
IF YOU WAiNI10O
3uy as61ea~la Cock~
or have same Rtepaiering done vs to
at. ;Arnouk,36 Main Street
L-ARGE - 1HO1SE
WITH SIX LOTS
A hitenhluseit-,slil tbouti satiety o-t-
roosii and'stixitatlots Site ittle <aabt on ite-titilf
ie aorfsi-sticostuofihome A veylarethtll.
'rosiiey in No.tostiape. Ltueetttllo third ln
11,1eit exce-et u ilte f ot Society thttuse.
Etasytptlymentts. idl t~t
56 West Liberty Street,
S. I(IAU SE, ANN .TARBiOsR, MICH.
_CALLO--
.- H. WILD
The Leading Tailor,
Font Dine sgrin,. ar SummitterSuiutTuse-s
iot compitieestointthii~e city ati
No*2 E. Washington-St.. Near Main.
Capital, $50,000. Sur-ptusiand Proflts, $17,0%s.
Does a general Banking fastness. Pays in-
terest on Saving Deposits. Has safety
Deposit Boxes for Sent.
R. KEMPE, Pees. -F. S. BELSER, Clahier.
Sank neen Saturdav evening.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
ste CONNsCTION,
Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelains
Tubs.
S0hE. Washington St. J. R. TEOJANOWS~it
30 Batks for $5.00.

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