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June 05, 1893 - Image 4

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THiE U. OF M. DAILY'
~ a Str~ ~ AFINE DI8PL A Y 3 oi 3iM $ ( W H Ii
At_2_SSa SFrstFloor
The MinnSre p all putaflnee
ede igsrt qicker than anyoter . If Gliftars, j3aios,
yea are ntatsiefldafter usring the IfaiColiji Af lfoiEtc. Will be theti rrgfor Summer weare.heruswant tree.
Strap we awill gadaly retare year
maney. Everybrrdy is satisfied so far All Elegantly Finistrert and Rich in
eel af mate thar'r oo puae rs. Terre.
Callns Paracy WILSEY, - The Music Dealer. 2 TOD8JLME ELA.S ':E'-EE m\4
MOORE &WETMORE BOOK STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
___________ _________________AND CORNER OSF STATE AND WtLLIAM STREETS.
-A p LZLOPEPD 3O011J7L o0 , AN ,N AL?. .ir 1 l'E UNJiYEX iiY7 J riIE1:EP. '1
TIENNIS 01)S AND) HAMMOCKS.
Our rfSoec wll be found omplete and Our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

<'> f~y MnyREMEM~BER THAT YC
l~erilt. clipper 1dlrrrtr l idtutSmea
"~iaf jU e i 'Dolphtintt < <zi i
a as or > R liverside
'6 ~ IVO.e "Pumpkint,-- -
ak3 Sqruashr, - -
N' I "Winslow Cornt, - -
CHICAGOt 2 " Primrose " - -
--ORSAEAT- 2" Lake Shore,'"
Aind all other Canned Good
~cyc~. ~ ~ 44 Main Street, South.

{ UNIVERSITY NOTES.

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GUITARS
PRICES.
Til ANN Allil0llOilCAN ('0..
IGIAN CENTI A
'fiareTTahle llr.feistl Irerembter 20, 189x.
EAEs'. 5p. ErTr', a. M.
Mi--------45 Cbf~ica-ireilt-.3a0s
Da Exp~rire's.----.5aiI Day Epres---- 0 21
N . .Limirted-----.. 18eas il-i----------- 9s3,
N. YEiLiitd-- -ia :)N. S. _ 'mired---9a9c
Niagara Pails Sp al tI27 p. us.
a rCticags Er "Tes. 219t
D.N. Express--. .5 aasG. I. IExpres ass4
Atla atiEr'es- i15 tCri.Nigbt ERap 95 1
£l. Iti. NExpress- l0i i0Pacifc Express .ta 21
D. Wf. RItritsi5. 1s. H AI'Es,
art P. X4''. Ai errf'frra'O. Agti Ann Arbher
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oy ANN ARBOR.
Caials, $10f0, 0J. Sairpltread Proaies, $20,000.
Tranisacsrtigenerrrtbaking busissfotr-
efrnexeare tsaid, letters oatcreedit prousred
'irs learelers ahroad.
P. RACE, Preas.
S. W. CL.ARKSON, Cashier.

Theflowrstteslrssrintlre steln, ,tla!~ti
HarnothinlagitOrtloearth
'They loomtiastirh ie siltlinrss"lopirla
An stai 0tyt.'s hvbit ts't's.resAv'rth.
isN 'ie' odr erld.
'Tie Sib roa Alpha Epsilots has
adoed 121a fraterntiy call.
Tire Psi li's defeated lire Dekcs
Saturdlay, by a score ofl 23-5.
'l'le seniore sat ira frorat ofthte
gymnahiunm, Saturday, for class pie-
tuires.
Prof. Adlamrs will close ihis lect-
ores on tire "Science of Pitnance"
this creek.
'Tha S. C. A. book of lectrires
ciil soon be olt, and all orders for
copies nmuat he in tbis ceek.
Prof. IHinsdale ciii gice Ihis class
in "Study of Conmparative Edoca-
tional Insitutions" as examination
tonrorrow.
Dr. Nancrede will lecture at New'-
berry ball next Sunday mroing ori
lire subject, "5The Physician as a
Christian."

)U CAN BUY Call on Win. F~l deire
Tailor, opposite tire LrattsBilinirg, ori
A 'ilisn-st., first door wcest of State-st.
itI omats for$1,110 ie'ridoz. Clraigrepair00surand priss irgrtsrr'atly.
c c 1 15 1 c Sist re pcat.All wrk first-clasus.
cc 1 it c. ' IF YOU WANT TO
- - i 3u y a= Aarm cluck
5c .50 c "ccer have soeRIepairing doesego is
s at proportiontate prrice of 1MJxjt Ariuolck, 36 Main Street
DEAN & COMPANY.
Fririay's baseball scores cwere as I A.hO1i - 1HOUSJE
follocws. Chticago Ti,AWiseconsin 5,1 WITH SIX LOTS
townro7, Prowcn 5.
Asrbeaof tiretCtor ali oat 7= ors-e ,iss i itli :'hiiswenty sirs Is
roii ~si( ii a' ' iri'. .t i sot ifitI
wvho have not vet rettirn ed their 71Iei i. 5 it't (if hiie. A \t'i' tre tr
nuiiaylease it at Caikina' diug It iii'fortdne hs r Iil or iii -i'ds I 'ii . o t.
music may rUg is' 1 niec e'i't iit'kil', lfor: iriic l ii 'r.
siore as soon aa concenient. C.a; ' '55 iii riO. 5"iltiat
At tire freshmnan class naeting on t 56 West Liber-ty Street,
Saturdayemortning, Janmes Bairdi vw's S. lJ1A L' SE, . ANN Asttoss', Asctt.
electedi foot-bali mnrager arid Ceo.
Greenleaf captain for neat fail.
D~r. AV. H. Bell, class of '92, cvas
in lice city Saturday. He is located
at IBelleviecw, Ohio, as surgeon ott CALL ON--
the N. Y. C. P. St. Louis R. A.
The cedding of 'Mr. Charles S. j . -- W IL DT
~~~.Mack, of the Honmeopathaic depart- . Ii.L
ment, and Mliss Laura Test, of De-
troit, cvi lake place in a fecv days. Th d "'
The Palladiuns will be placed on Th eating 'jailor',

i

I Manager Holt was detained in
DANCING and DEPORTMIENT., Chicago by important athletic busi-
C DA\1P?1I'Q ACAEMV ness, and may not be home for a
Ui~fI~U iiLU L1UILI~VJIday or two.
The buitdingt speciatly builby Mr. Granger
Includes his family home, asndeuonrsins the Several professors of the medical
tnsad hesarranned reams fur snstruction department will attend the Ameni-
to e heoCund in the Stale.
Offlce. Center Entrance, 6 MAYNARD ST. can Mfedical Association in Milwau-
- Send 55ke$15, $2,nor $3i 5 forSam- knti ek
~ ii. pie Retail Box by express of Miss Susie and Mr. Willard
STfU the BEST CANDIESin America.
* Put up in elegant bosxes and Kingsbury of lb nvest o h
strcts p ex uialefr S'N'S. Express charges Pacific will be the guests of Mr. and
* 3 p repaid. Refer en ali Chiciago.g
C. FTy iten.AdHRCdress, fcinr Mrs. Ross Granger, Thursday and
21 MV 55State Street, ,ida fti ek
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Frdyoftiwek

sale tomorrocv norninig at lice usual
places. The wvork cvas issued from
tihe Register office and is an ideal of
nmechanical excellence. It wviii be
lihe only publication of the senior
class this year. Get a copy. The
price is as usual, seventy-five cents.
The beginning of the annual ten-
nis tournament took place Saturday
afternoon. Although rain inter-
fered somewhat, yet there was some
good playing. Watrous' playing
was the special feature of the day.
In the doubles Paddock and Snydam
won from Watrous and McKenzie;
score 6-1, 5-6, 7-5. Hamilton and
Wright won from Alexander and
Holland; score 6-5, 6-3. The tour-
nament will continue through this
Iweek.

Ire ttlit'ire'ingy or SunnrS' t rues
Fancy es or'etiNserc'eit. Iletarri'esthie
itcomlestite stocin .11ctirers'ti
No.'2 E. Washington-St., Near Main.
1.k$ tlaruall 161412111u' t12k.
Capital, $50,000. OSurplus and Preaits, $17,0o.
ones a general Banking business. Pays in-
terest an Saving De~psits. Has safety
Denposit Boxes ear Sent.
R. KEMPF, Pres. F. S. BELBER, Cashier.
Bank nosen Saturday eening.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
IN CONNeETION,
Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
Tub..
305E. Washington SC. J. R. TSOJANOHSKl
30 Baths far$5.00$.

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