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May 24, 1893 - Image 2

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-THE U. OF M. DAILY.
'W fowes the ball leamn and the Univer- '7 / ZS z
c". - . ty Cornell has defeatedl as once L
this year and we mast win our lanr-
rnet oleves Ye ar' by ) urr els back again at Detroit. Notlhing AE.NN .
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION tell help tbe team to win so nit acts . N
as loyal suppsort fronm the stadenrts.
ttrtr'ersr 5aa S trt ettoseattyLet everyorne gor and help wsin a sic- T.AN SIJOES-Ps'ices, $3.5 0, 54.00 5.00.
arr'rrehaarr-r'tetlf ope..r r'rr a. s t~rrarr- tory for Ire yellowv ari blute. 48 S 8 I in AIN T EETI, - - ANN ARtBC
traits may re rest astStrher i te o treL,_______________________________________________
as Sesfiet's, irith ares oftre trtttor'a sr '~~
aurthriz'ed tolititrs. Thre class irsAnrerican Literatare (y fJj~y C 7 T J~l~
C'trmrrrticstsssshouldt rrerh tre erteetry Sersirrar y riscsrsses Whlittier thins 7ococL a)a tr ex VI P I ti T I'III ..r.
tatiekr'Mth teysare trr arpea' Ir rnte (\
tay. Adrtesesrttlmrrtter-iareaded tar'prrbttca- seeck.
istrcom grtr Sa.At rrsne 2 .Main Street. WAGNER & CO.
THE U. ae H. DAILY, ,
Ann Arbor, HMach. 6 RO

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EDITORS.
C, A.it sa aNstarts itt aa tor.
' <EM NV,~ t:Es it . ' .)ti. ~ t
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atw.Cw i, G.Lt.. tBrriress tarrrra'r.
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J.t iri e , 'rt):'1r' !'r . 5N. S5lt r rrl . 4
5..ti 1 . l 11itrr rI. IF . T s ra art. 't 11.
by repsorting tessiteams to lis office
or try dropping threm in the DAtILY
boxes. It often happensts hat ins-
portant nesvs escapes thre vigilence
of thte editorial force on accorunt of
oar rnot hsaving oiur atterntiorn
caliedi to it.
THArTs'threarnisversity sworlrd "do"
msove is isownr in no Letter starnner
at the U. of AIl. thrarnry thse rnumber
of nes~e jourraslistic vertures stater
consideration for next year. Tirere
can be no diorubt hbutswhat threre jisaa
field for all of thre tubicatiorrs in
tuestion, andthie only tlhing nteces-
sary for their success is ltre liberal
support of the students, wvhich we
trust will be glven. If these ness
purblicationrs meet swillh the proper
encouragement the U. of M. will be
as wvell supplied as any university in
the counrtry.
TrorsETS for the Decoration IDay
game at Detroit are nosy on sale by
memrbers of thre Athrletic Board, and
every loyal U. of Mtt. staulent shousld
get one att orrce. Te Cornell game
is thre great event of the season and
every sturdentt swho fails to witness it
misses half tire pleasure of his Uni-
versity year. Mtore genutine tuniver-
sily spirit is created at one of our
great games in Detroit thtan at all
the other events of the year.
Not only oug.ht every studen ht see
thre Decoration Day game for his
own saker but it is also a duty lire

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Rumordaed Chemr'ical Works. Provi-..

deneR.I.SI4EEIIAN P- &mCOMPANY
Bewre o atitutrsres artdtrImitats.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ___AREd Strit,1At. AttENTS FORi
HENRY H A UG, A. G. Sprrr/ring S B))'o,,
reachrer'arid sirstt, Gutarr, tanrjsari an-ar ~f1~ dss
dolin. Stuii titd
serILsEY'S MUSIC IROoMS-, (Ossl s-ae Prse/'urlye VCo
ttRoms4S.StateSt.Ci
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23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERVISS, - AMANAGER.
NO0T IC E.-'To STUDENTS
andr Ctizseas. Don't send ersttiotoan tee
Cadyra wh re yeun getjeulst as gorrest R . t.
Jollty & Cs.'s. rca don't caeti foStr'styre, btt

REN TSCHLER,
jhoto grctpher,
CORNIERsttIIAtX 5A.0 IStI ON irTS.
GAIND OPERA hO-USE.
tINt'NIGH TiNtS
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 27

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M. 81 AEBl<.ER1S PHOTOGRAPHIER
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