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May 29, 1893 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE LATEST AND BEST HAT SALEm.m-THREE ]DAYS ON LY,

Asortment of INEGLIGEEIHIRT'S in the City.
It is a Stplendid Showing of Suits and Overcoats. Extra Vatoe at Losw Price;.

Friday, Saturday and Monday.
Chticoe of anoySoft or StilHatit our store (Knox and it ncolnaBennett' scited)
$18.These lists cist $250,$2,75, $3.oo sitdt$4 CO. 'e ill with
a sh, so coase early.

WadhctmS 4. Ryan 4. & 4 Reule. - WI-E TWO SAI ES=-

Ann Arbor Savings BankI12] Years in the Business.
Ann Acro Mieni. Capit Stack, $t0,0t0, CITY LAUNDRY,
Surplus, $150,100.
Orgnnined under the general Baonhing LutesAt. M. Setobol t. N. 4 N. Fourth St.
on thinsintte. Itecciveseonnensintsuy nd
Belln exchangt an the principal cittes of Ohe
idtntification. Officers:i. ~.
W'. hi. IRRTMNtso, VicerPets., 'l"ine NssShape !
CHAS tEs, esf'i1 hIISeciOn, Cashiser. lssi-'
Re5~~~ot.~~thi&ae "'9 1,scetiot anodDIrning.
c e $ s x "ten'i,2 ' Sc15. '7aWmen',5.sicsieiioe
may; «! ) i't1UE ittt CMANY, 16t i'iity StiltBostsn,Mat'
551 r , t t r I,. Fcl.CALN11y
~' :ILioNn M 'tin '_Detins lssssitton' sish etue
o Is ciiioustheticic .Adissioin lie.
________________________________ Maiy tt30-'-iiie sity Oust, Lencureicy
___________________ IsII.s, sardit 'Attione.
ANT ~ e. ly 0U f .v.Crniclat Dlseit.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS, ciwith orchestra,
'it., May It-Clfoa e oni c noccsicc.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS!0
30stssuSoneSnicest, 1 Our New Humorous Caper.
nAVE nAusEa AN' 'Tle prospsects ofltsc nosy hi-
ENVIABLE
N nREPTATION nsmonthly hsumaorouss paper seems tory
c OnRntS FOvat.~ brighst. Not only thc stoudents lint
® OR RD several msembers of the faculty have
E AD howo their confidtence in the new
venture, hy hecooming stockhsolders.
01pCnai~nns. At thsefbrat nmeetinsg, hseld Satur-
tiny afternsoon, necarly every stock-
holder wsa present, and much inter-
cst wan manifested. Addresses swere
A Great ~ made hy Profs. Scott and Drake.
'Tle sentiment of the memhers of
N1 u T" the association, as expressed, wat
jR - J against grinds or personal cots of
1 Price any sort, and the endeavor wiii he
I ijPric s *to make the paper as readahle and
____________enjoyale to the alumnuos as to the
undergraduate.
We areofcfering cue entice sloth of LAWN! A constitution wsn adopted, one
of temnost inmportant provisions of
TENNIS unit SPORTING GOO)DS 511 avwich determines the linitation of
manufacturers' weholesalecocss. All stew I stock held hy any one person to five
shares. The question of 'allosving
Racetes in DOei. ~N'T Ms iss ECHANCE". stock to he held outside of tine Uni-
versity seas postponed pending in-
vestigation.
TEhe following officers were elected
GEORGE WAHR, Saturday: President, Prof. J. B.
Drake; secretary and auditor, B. F,
Ussversity 20 S. State St. W Xolman; treasurer and husiness
Bookstore, manager, H. H. Smith; directors
t and advisory hoard, Prof. F. N.

COLLEGE CAMP at WORLD'S FAIR
tn isi Iu c t , '_50co o eeli. 't' 'ci N% its-
outi ticsisiiii.it 0 per ics i c.. For illiI -
.55 OCX' aclres otpe, i ocii
ci ?.ticcics Xsccs n , - Iits o
'-THE ARGUS,%-
FIUZ J013 FRIN IN l
ATcLOvPuttCES.
PATRONIZE
O WEN'S BARBER SHOP !
sic 4EATIsi t SiTEEiT.
Scott is\r. 'Weeks,;Iboardl of ed-
itors, fl. Williams, K. 1.. Wagner,
H. lH. Stmitih, J. L.. boric, IV. C.
Blles and GS. W. Harris.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
1'IJLJJlsVMIUS,. just nosrths of the tstt-
office, has the bet sticko srriages,
and horses in the city. Try hims. tf
CollegeTin asptpreciateus goosd tings
when they see it. Last wceekL.D
Atwater, Mansager of College Carsp at
tist World's TFair snit ouit is irstcr
culasrs, atnd thet secondc day receive~d
ordiers for lodiginig, asicruninaiso-
los:ot"Ju5sf receivcedtyousr ciressiar of
('allege Camssp. Wiltlswanst a tenit suits
ahocit July Iot, for ai seelk or mouse.
'The Ctampt liss ont of the hest locaetions
its Chiciago. Write to tumnicosiCyours
friensico n the Gissircis or Boiler Chisi
ast rise fair tutd ihave theistlook itsiver.
Bound to Win.
'rie U. of ..hasehall team'i
smiarting tinder tine defeat receiveri
at Ithnaca last Saturday, is practic-
ing with tine firm determination of
winning the game at D~etroit next
TEuesday. To svell the attendance
and sectre an enthnusiastic crowd
(which is the great inceintive to vic-
tory), the Golden Eagle Clothaing
Co., of No. go NWoodwardt avenue,
Detroit, hnas decided to donate
horins for the occasion and give a
return trip ticket to Detroit, indlct-
ing admission to the game to each
percon purchasing to the amount of
$uo worth in the clothning or gents'
furnishing department.
Annoucement.
Thcre swill he ass election of
officers of the S. L~. A., Saturday,
June 3rd, 9 a. nm., roomi A. 'There
will he a list of nlnemhers of the
association at the meeting. So that
the presentation of the ticket wiii
not secure a vote. All who hought
tickets wiii be entitled to votet
W. 'W. GIFFINss.

Excelsior Laundry,
i.'!0 I IItION'iiII 1.1'
Goodci WorikitiC isiictssit osodi-walledt tir
andcd(ciie rest A '.COVERT. 'rop.
N< itiz''s list is opers to cyclcrsc
'Te Colscumb ia (wceIer roces crywhiere in
pecrmant sfety scc'- Coliasa~itre guar-.
AlA butcci. as re tClubaagnis
C.,1 .5stn New i okChuic ago.f'lich's cc'
Cc. Cc c sNcc5i..(iSE R
AREt NOWV 'INJAiNCE.
Jroad'?2WoELYES,
WE SHOWis AN "Up-
Tot DATrE."
KUiM ANP C M4ATS.
GOODSPEED'S
FULL AND
COMPLETE LINE
SPORTING SHES,
jus rLDCEIVEID
GOODSPEED'S

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