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May 24, 1893 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE LATEST .AND BEST
Asscortmntt of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in the City.
HAVLlE YOU SEEN olJJ NEW SPRING STHOCKt?
It is pend iShowing ofSutsand Oeroat s xra V leat LowPrces
Wcidhams ~.Ryan 4* & . Ku RI

y Our Little Tale of Woe
rvOO MANY - XYH1TE ETI
EreT d offo nie Stoofthem, Forty-three Stylestc eec 0m C m al
and get choice.
ItWZ~W OS ~ S

An Abo avng Bn PTRNIECOLLEGE CAMP atIWORLD'S FAIR ~ o ui~
An ro aig akOWEN'S BARBER SHOP! Iti~cilltil-ct >noenhll,tlih exel lu dv
Ann Arbor Miefl. Ctlt ock,15,0110, No. IET s Ittion SIt;ic ouit 'ttito< '5,00tper -ton,.. F tti fllin- :0 1050 IItt tttth I tt I t
Organtized underthttne eetal lanking Laws T Irn t i sti ititMtcii tc iiitt tLt 'W r . , la(i. tE T.; clldtor
othis stone. Itnee e tteosts,titys and ._,,'_tit oltc t tt-t,ttt'Cit ________
nnteehatieonothe ctaipt c ioftt he rand O era H
roiteditates. Denftncastied ittors pope O O J'rA C ,-c-t a
inttiftcat. Oicnes -TEtG.S
CHRISnT IN MAnC, Pre. w . -:RZ'INV 'MS. , % RIA1 P i 26 . I ./
W.0.tntt~t' FtRiii, FRIAYI AN )
CI .111 miii ftCahier. i M Y Ll f ti , ~ 'l ''
e miin Ilosi
B.ASE BALL TEAM. Iave titteeb te d Iaring. a
o ~ c 'iiinnci ti i-Meets, 25, 35e., 50t.Wot's . 5c. Pin ieishe Natn neN liii st isotnitto eyles-
'WAlKENIIOE COMPANY, 76 Chauncy St,, osttie, MisCT h de Colttittii c}cctgaos everywhlere ntn
Sd/nRC ~lnntctt sifoin - Colitobia', tre goar-
0 2 U. OF L 'Ii.'AL.ENA1. Sentor Nottces. cht cii i- f'tcic'c
WcdA~y 1-Hn.V.L. ilon-;le tue in Snirsdesiring Contm~encement Co.t, 3son, NcS '' Ci~i
__________________ Sett n eturehnssciatin i. initations shouold mnic helnunmnber1i A 3 M.
F V -otitititusei a ,1Caaian Cititi ictot, GCoiovanleci known to the Inivitation 1~I I'21E. wasittion Strei
FINE PHO OGR PHS rPe. nity t;.tieCi'tutu[tIio n cit tiet on lit, Comnittee at once. Ailcress tte
FINEPHOTGRAHS, , P.IaChairman, ti Jefferson street.
30 Past Haron hitettuforthe Athiletic Asco~ion t Ocit oustci. The '-class lax Will have to b-,IiA W
Sun_______,____May_______ 'S-NmeeneHiait 'lire Itiglt iiofpai before Jutne t, in order to oh-
1) s ei;u 1 511t ihi'tnt -,- c}r I. i i lolte ____________---_
IItAVE N E DANno n t.,Initty tiEuiiiictiiinec ita n ivitationt and giv e Oincoot- h 1
ENVIABLE ChotutaltUntitnt ). Iii nottee time In arrange for the re-1k ,,\ d "I NP.
-nEnUAnTON iMoii., Sloy _"t.-Deinii iit liton S Xiiilien li e ptin. F.1 . II. o in , 'Trpeas.
Ri US Fon ttn R. I in JewihIi a t icoesn. Suctn. 'Jotitet el2 ~
O 0 YO ohnRAD tndll oifti h Jt . .hdtuisiontfinn. --
SOLITED Tue'socMay 130-.T o M01.Coreat Ditettritt.- Harvard had an easy thitig wiith 1ad.V o°\ ' po
Weil., itMay tlif-11aIn., PullClit il rnehenrtal P6Cornell, .\ionoday. Priest was bat- ,
Wedi-u., Mcy dit-Chllol Uitn co net. teilot of thte box i inhe tiril inn- Silt iT'i iii ,Yn T' EY
-0 ''nt o~. in. Corntell'st fieliling was rotteto.
INTER-COLLEGIATE. Ilarvarildt i agnlgni.SoeW It I:.
A outiversity for wonoen will 00o0 20 to 3.
be establishted in Germ>any. It swill BUSINESS LOCALS. Ws: StIiOW ANit

try.
CRf G K E1 ,4t* b t of 33 baseball games played
beweeto Princeton and 'sale ostoce
z nI3, Vale Ihao won 23, Prctponp7,
I ~ Prices andtin itt i a tie ganoe was pilayed.
- Bound to win,
- ---IThte U. iii A1. baseball teaoto
X~eticllcil~clcittleinccs t.~h sntarting tinder thteidefeat received
TENIS nd ITIN' GODS at ci at Ithlaca Ilast Saitrilay, is lpractic-
TENNI ati, tociG - itg owithlh i rOi m dretermination of
monuifactures' whoilesale cos.AIll new winninthe inganic at IDetroit next
Tuesday. To swnell lioe altetodance
Rsehetsinctltde.. Iov'ltiMcis Cimmacn. atod secnre an enlttsiastic crowd
(whicht is Olin great iocentive to vic-
tory), lion Goldeto Eagle Clotloing
Co., of No. g0o Woodward avenne,
GEORGE WAHR, Detroit, loss decided to donate
abnsfor te occasioto and givea
return tripo ticket to Detroit, includ-
log adnmission to the game to each
University _ 20 5. State St. person purchoasing to the amount of
Bonkstte,$it worth in the clotloing or gents'
bb furnishing department.

Losntoei~enttity ton. slut
Schtairer M Stiletts stoirn,laiy'sgoi
=iutchatdtcain ttt. Flimler inetv-ttat20
bE. Ilitroit. 171).
POLIIEMPI'S, just muoutht of te lost-
ofice, has Olin bestithack, earriages,
tndi horses itt the city. Tt-y him.itCf
FTilt S.OttO, orin ttexcililltfe for pop-
erty ilt-Ahnn arbor, a irsi~t-nlass stavi-
mtill. Addnrnss, NI. 114. 'T1hki,
Mnlutot, Wexfuord Co.lih .1,
African Native Choir.
'The Ntitvsn AfricainI('htirt, hOst' OR
thenir sNlty to thilscoutity, hitveI lal-
piearedin lthteir itetresltig atlndnoveti
perfoirmanteff befiore tte Queentt
Obornme, calsciat F~ulhiPlaunIc'e iefoile
te Bishtopsof LondoIIn, alIitiwarden
Ctastle, beinigenttertttittedtoettell tfter-
wtarcdsby Mrs* Gladtisone. The mtent-
bers of tLae liisli hotisi'of commttonso,
atti snmbers of othters Itigh itnIlsocial
atit poolitical life of Eniglanld, hlave by
thteir patronage iitstalleth ~e Kiirintin
sitngers int aIpositionltwhiect is buttvery
selidomttacintetdevetn by the first vo-
calists of the daty. They will appea~r
at tite Grantd Opera Htoilse ottStutlrday
evenling next.

'O-Pt) lTE

GOODSPEE'S
FUGLLAND
COM PLETE LINE
SPORTIiNG SHOES,
JUST llsCIhlP
GOODS PEED'S
17 S. MAIN STREFET.

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