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May 25, 1893 - Image 2

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-THE U. OF M. DAILY.

' C. of '~f. arkf.
Published Daily t(asovepte~lda ring
the Coivearn,tby
THE U. OF M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
lieos i the clipping we gave yester-
day from the Cornell San, it it
evident that the editor shared the
feeling which seems to have been
prevalent at Cornell regarding onr
team. Vituperation seemedi to he
a staple with the writer of the arti-
cle attutiedlto.
WitH the tectire of W. 1L. Wit-
son last night tthe very suiccessful
serics 1)1 lectures of the Students'
L.ecture :associatins this year,
closed. A-i far as the qjuaiity Hi the
enlertal ninunts ;given this year very
Littln criticisml cH 11(1be miade on
the course, but there are crttains dv-

History of the Chalpter, IV. H.
Wilson.
Address, Hon. XV. L. Wilson.
Laying of stone with reading of
contents.
Work on the house in being pushed
andI ills exll-.cted it will be furnished
ready for the toys when they retutrn
to college neat fall.
Important Notice.

TAN SHOES-Prices, $3.50,,0,4.00j,$~5.00.
48 SOUTH~ MAIN STREET, - - ANN ARBORV

I~e ssr-Iscall the attentions of the O'T DT 'P (7 TT ill"
mem-mers soff the Choral Ussioss to the f3 k Uk
fiollowisig relsearsats: Ladies' chornos, ~
Thursday, (:4-5 p. ii., Chapel; gentle-
mseis,6:45 Friday; linial rehsearsail Moss-
day S evensing. t would urge the im- 2 .M i tet
portanee of these rehearsals uposs earls
ansd every omenmber of the ehimus.
A. A. hnA~rsx 1-NES
1)u.Ft-ut imu iA~M.5-.. vi~ssIe. thelivLEADING SCOOLr.OF BUSINESS. tug-
N. J1., sirs of sniss 14muiiig;ninesesavhevrs; lrie tednce;
17 vent lisiinsuperivorwrork; vetllesuvptied rasieg
Horsfor'tS Acid Ph1osphate. ; allctrs;Study vnigreetins
dieeman; ,seorssandgrniuasovanlsecue poesiins;
"J have sised it for Sesveratlyea,Se t sa'g exenseiivn Sto 55.t~perweekinpiv~ateofs-
m- e.FrNvnw CATALOGUE nnd List orSiudents hO
nitty in)soy prtctice-,hut iillmyosril ini- tnaepositions fromaweekto weekniaideess
-I----P. A. CLEAR?. Pmoo.

WAGNER & CO.
Time Csrdlillefft lihilar. S, lay t.1t9.
Deteur seof ri nssitAnnsArtor
No. L.MliasnsiExpres*.. ... 7 i.o.
Ne. t. PasseAnnivl Arbo Aesii,'.t1S p5. Iii
Net . Nl sillsndsPasengver*......4 1751p.in
Noi. 2. tuil sandlPaseer ... it.rn
Ne. 4.Mail and Er-essvr......b)i0l I.

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forts in the euithiodsitaide tierof ibyI

ther associations that -shoulid be rim- ireuistaeees 1110 of the best nerve-
c liedl by next year't board. - We tonics tht w se potssess. For'nrsestat ex-
hsaustion or isserwsosik it gives ce-nesseel
cannout urge too strongly on ste strensgtih sld vigor t h niess
msenmbers of lthe association the ini -tem'ote"itress
portance of electiiig good nien to A most exeellent tand agreeable tonsic
and ippetizer. It snistrisliessaet isnvig-
sssanage nest year's corurse. orates the tireed brain and boudy, ins-
paorts ressetterd energy tisne vittdity, asid
Jefrorsonian Society. enlivesis the fussetiosts.

________________________________ No_ ti . I T'oleoAvvccm oioli... G "1: a. so.
F $2.00, $3.00 $4.00 $5 (eset2alStndard eTimse.
F j H '' Daily exsoptSulndayr.
* ,r 'las ans i tirasiteil ill TraiSandiF ru15btwlevenAl vs as(-
* I burstdo nly, daily, exept l5Sndayl.
N0 Every XWsy. Other trains dolly eare110 Ssiday.
E I s. BEO~NNEurTT, .0S. OsPEMYOt Dl.
s Doty & Feiner., Ges. Pass. Agenst. Level Agent.

Tthe followoing programs will be
reneedi at lthe Jeffersonian Society
tonight: Reseling, I.. L. Baker; do-
clamation, C. T. fIhaxton; essay,
1). ILockton; oratiosn, W. C. Bel-
knap; speech, A. XX. Jeffries; biog-
raphy, J.- I.. Stetler; imtpromptu
speech, C.- It. Stewrart; imipromptu
discuissioss, J.- J. Danihoff aiti H. K.
Btente. Dlebate: Resolvedl, that ore
shonuld hare an incoute tax. Affirms-
ative, XV. J. Buslo and C. 3. PLikey;
negative, T. A. Lane anti I. AV.
Heal. A full attendance is desired,
as the last election of officers for the
year will occur.
Corner-Stone Laid.
Yesterdlay afternoon the S. A. I.
fraternity laid the corner stone of
their newv chapter housne, whsich they
are butilding on Southn Slate street.
H~on. XV. L.. Wilson, who is the P.
S. A. of the fraternity, assisted in
in the ceremonies, delivering a sisort
and appropriate address.
Mr. Wilson, dnrinsg his stay in
Ants Arbor, is being entertained by
Ite fraternity and after the laying
of tlse corner stone was banqueted
at the Cook House.
The following is the program of
the exercises over the laying of the
stone:
Introductory Remarks, T.E. Gray.
Innovation, L. B. Lindsay.

Dveiptive siamsphlet tree on applicationtoit
Rumford Chemical Works, Provi-
dence, RI.
Bewrare ef Substitus oanImSsitsatests.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
HENRY HAUG,
.'e'aeher and soloist, Gssiar, lenjo and Massn-
dolint. Stisdio nt
Roons 3IS tilit vSt.
21 Years in the Business.,
CITY LAUNDRY. '
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ThisOStae Reseersvesdeer
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AILEi SiEstI AeENTS F5I
A. G. t ,Slinsg &oB,
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Ggipigasitim. LaWI T7eiuis aid Jpace
paII Goods=
ASK 01R WEITE FOE CATALOGUE.

ANN ARBOR.
y8TILH LLUlmRY Co.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.-
E. S. SERVISS, - MANAGER.
NOT IC E..-TosSTUDENTS
and Cilizns. nonet sesnd net oftownsefte
Candy whesn yess can get just ansvised at I.E.
Jelly &t Co.'s.Ste dois't chare lerstyle, hat
give it tso ots, assd that is one-halr. tHnt assd
cold lunsseioat alt hues ofacthe day andi sight.
R. E. JOLLY & CO., No- 26 South
State Street.
HOT LUNCHES
And the very ohoioest Candles
*. T 1UT1TLE'.S,~
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
VICTOR CYCLES
Call anddsee them atI
Mi. STAEBILER'8
Cycle Emparium, 11 W. Washington SI._

REN TSCHLER,
hoto grapher,
CORINET;, lAIN AND HURNS~lDsTS.
GRAITD OP EAIIO-USE.
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 27
OiesiolsslSall=As
16.- PERFORMERS - 16
ilvwesestln" 7 IDistinct Tribes. Uri-
ster uhe direction Ms s r sr. XVerut sa n t a-
rio, sill appe-ar isn tlfull airensosume, as
'hey asspeared beforeTiser Majsesty, Queesn
Victoriss, hy seeial requsest. -
price: - i500, 75C and 1.00,
Secure Seats at Wtts' Jewelrv Sunre.
GIBSON,
PHIOTOGRIAPHR
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.

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