100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 03, 1893 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1893-06-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE LATE ST AND BEST
Assootmnent of 'NEGLIGEE SH~IRTS in the City.
I4AVIE YOU SEEDN OUJR NEW SPR INN STOCK,''
It is a Splendid Showing of Sltts and Oercoats. Ext. ti a al e at Lov Prices,
WadhaamS * Ryan ~& * Reule.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank 12] Years in the Busi ness.
Ann ArboreMitit. Capital Sine',$50it0,. CITY LAUNDRY.
Surlus, $1:it0,000
0rganatzedander the General Banaws o M. M. Seabolt, Wo. 4 N. fourth.St.
o1 thin tate. nieceives Dfeposits, hoyt antd
selis exchatnge an nhe principal cities of the 0
Unitedt Staten. tDrafites ed uon proper ti x a t f
identifcation. Officerrs:
CattttnTIt5MACta.PFern., .t h ~~t
W0. D.lHARINntt. Vice PFe., . TIt " N(',m S1pe
CHtS tEvAniCn HasCOcxn Cans'r
Disc o ilort ad atting.
7 ~.nt~'3550e. s's, ve'. Givtetsizetshoe
(n ~IAUIJG Htle CO tANY, 7Ohaootcy St., Boston, Mast
/7 M b t.4 h 7 It
hitta11. titti<s. . a 1. tretti scn
Sl,.tie3.-Sptti" r tnnis tom-sameta t.

SEE SHOW WINDOW FRIDAY.
A SURPRISE PARTY!

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS,.- T -
MILLINERY AND ART GOO DS! INTER-COLLEGIATE.
to EatHuonStreet, The Cornell Su has osupentled
publication for tism year.
S IaAnVEErARtND A The tniversity of Vtrgitiia han
aREUAxTSONonth ie college baseball champion-
FroTI tt 3 Yrotet. ship of thesoutlh.
YOUTsiRADEO
SOIIE The Michigan Inter-Collegiate
E A, D Z jr Atlhletic Asoociate hols ito annual
meeting at Jackson, Junte a, at anti
~ na. Ca~l~ntt. There are 760 students at Lelandi
Stanfordl thio year, more than ann0iin
exceno of the number in attendance
last year.
A Great At Minttesota an adtdressbo o me~ 011
distinguioshed speakcer will take thte
A2 A G K J place of the oldtimhoe comnmence-
ment oration.
Iq ~ ' It in expected that about 75 unil-
i Prices ! versitien anti colleges will be repre-
nentetd at the Prohibition oratorical
content in Chicago on June 30.
We are offering oar entire sock of LAWN The clans of '93 at Cornell will
leave, at a memorial, three cups to
TENNS an SPRTIN GODS a j e compseted for by the Inter-scho-
manutfacters' wholesale eost. All new lantic L~eague in football, baseball,
and track athletics.
Rackets included. DON'r MISS THtnCHANsCE. The second day of the Inter-col-
legiate Athletic Association at Jack-j
non was htld yesterday (Friday).
GEOR E W ,HR, The programme was carried out,
GEO~~tI AHR, in the intervals when it did not
rain, anii the contests were interest-
'Univesity - 20 S. State St. log thtroughout. Two games were
Bookstore, played, Olivet defeating the Nbrmal
S School asI to 6, and the -Mt. A. C.

COLLEGE CAMP at WORLD'S FAIR
Itiditiduial tisitit, tO.l0ttiossik,lTot. iwit-
ottt ftsinies io', r.>).0 tier stiti,. Ftor ttoItsn-
foitttin :r,s i t n c0cti',
*Is. _-r ' . U, It, Ott'. ot
-THE ARGUS,'-'
AT LOW5 PRICES.
PATRONIZE
OAWN'S BARBER SHOP!
-Nit 4 ELooRNEstioitr~r.
dtefea: ; klion zs5 to S. to addti-
lion to thi eclit anti track events,
there will be an intdoor exhibition
of club nsinging, worestling, horizon-
tat bar woork, etc.
Tannin Entries.
Thte entries in the tennis toutrna-
ment so far today are as follows.
tnst class singleo, Suydanm vs. Pad-
dock; Watrous vs. Sonmers; and
Grosbeck vs. Mc Kenzce. Doubles,
Grosbeck anid Somers vs. Wallace
Choickering and Forsyth; Hlamilton
and Wright vs. Alexander and Hol-
laud; Watrosos anti McKenzie vs.
Ptaddtock and Suyidam. Seconit clas
siiigles, Forsyth vo. Crane; Jones
vs. Friedmuan; Alexandter vs. Gio-
beck; anti Palmer vs. Butrns.
Senior Notion.
Seniors desiring Commtencemoent
itnvitations should noake the nuniber
wanted knowon to the Invitation
Conmnittee at once. Address sloe
Cihairman, tii Jefferson street.
A gold field-day medal has been
fountd, and is nosy at the Steward's
office. The ownet can have it by
identifying it.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
POLIJEJIIL'$.juast ntorths of the Post-
officen, lisathenbent iacks, ecarriages,
and horses itt the city. Try hiat. tf
Your Lant Opportunity.
Mr. A.. E. Rose, of tile Goltdet a oge,
Detrtoit, will be at the (took housne 011
'ucesday and Wetdtiosday, Junatiand~tl
7, witht a cotmplete titne of wooletns. As
thtis will be the last eciattee bult one for
plaeinsg youtr under for i sunit, it will
pay yost to see whtat thtey offer. You
are sure of settinthtie highst clas
work at a savintg i price of from $.5
to $10i per suit. Dot't mtias thse oppor-
tunity.

Excelsior Laundry,
Nantre's lieart is opetn to cycleros-
'Te Coluatt cyiscleer goes everywhtere its
Itertostielitftdy -- Colutmibias ore guar-
atiteil.
Alt Atbout0.Coumia,-free it C ou biasag-nies,
o sen i wilior w-cnti ,tap. lPope Mfg.
Co., Boini, Neorkt, Chicagot.
W ~ 6 Ii E. Wtas itotret
Ass.: Now 'tE LNE."
BIroa. 7WtEtt, YES,
EtoiI t 'PY' Tl
NVa I51W AN t"UsT-
tet -DATE..
G~qOODSPEED' S
FuLL AND
COMPLETE LINE
SPORTING SHOCES,
;JUST RECEIVED.
GOODSPEED' S
17 S. MAIN STREET.

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan