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June 07, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-06-07

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,THE U. OF M. DAILY.

fPublished D aily (8 esays ex cp ed) durin
the Co'ee ya by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subsripion price P02.55 per year, invariably
is advance Silale copies 3 cents. Sbecrip-
urons may be left at the attie at the DAsLY,
at stutet's, with any af the editors or
autor iedsolcita .
tommualatos should reacts the atie by
7 oclock P. a. it they ae to appere the net
ay. Address all matter iteded foapsshlica-
tia so the Mangig Editor. All busiess
cmu siaiutos shuld b. tet to the uri-
nss oenge
THE U. f Mt. DAILY,
An Arho, Sieh.
Cosrnl.aINrrs of thfto ae bcon-
logr quite fequn, threfore we toe
occasion to wrn stidento to keep
their rooms o ocked.
Pris ouroriing how the ldie
outdo Ihe boys in striling their bills.
The senor gentlemoen will fil a
statment in notler column that
oght to teen their blooi cold.
Lee itus01pp1001once mor~eCto te
seniors to subscribe for the Aitissna
Wthyicy tvlichs will be ievoted to the
iterests of the alutini. Sbcrip-
tions ae fast cooing in which io a
matter [of encouragment to the
edtors. All seniors should sub-
be at once.
ITr is evident that soue comnpro-
misc between the factios of the S.
L. A. mst be effecteil at once, or
the relationo whichs are already
greatly strained will result ill 0 total
destructions of tie asociation. ft
is runsoredl that unless sch compiro-
nmise be mate immsedately an ap-
plicatioin for a manault 30sill be
institutedl at oice. Let atl par cse
concerned do all isteir ipoweto1
ettle this disagreemoent.
LAST Saturday's inter-collegiate
field meet convinced the most skep-
tical tat the U. of Ml. is rapidly
coning to the front in track and
field sports. It sas our first coms-
petition witho other colleges in this
line of sports, and the results prove
that Mlichigan has men equal to the
best. It nust be renmenbered that
tmost of thenen have had but one
year's training, they have not yet
reached their best records, and with-
ot doubt next year will see all of
Msichigan's field and track recoris
reach the highest mark. In every
way the prospets for next year's
team are very bright. All of thin
yeara winners, with possibly one
exception, will return to the Uni-
versty, and several newv men whlo
are firt-class in this line of sport
will enter net fll. Let every good
man trn out next year, and help
retain the laurelt s eIave won.

The Field-Day Scores.
The poinsts in the inter-collegiate
field-day at Chicago swere ditribated
as follos:s

2 Fie iyr-se__
Mle was ---t -_
29S w .bll le.
til,-mil. im -
29 s . si- iit .--I
Hutti .se ot. .-
5tontlt hg..

1Sioh- 3 Wi s orth-
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;e ni n. 5 tj

Everybody waista the Weekly.
IDit. Erttt ssI- 3TirusAN, Cedlarville,
N. J., says of
Hotrsford's Acid Phosphate.
"I tavstedoi it for seversil years, ntk
slinilmy pracetice, buit ill myo~wln iss-
dividuial ease, andileionsiider ft uiiter all
eirenumstancles sue of the biest nerve
tonics that ste possess. For mental ex-
hausstion or overw-orkc it gives reinewed
strenlgths andl vigor t h niesys-
tem." t h ttr
A most exeeltent and11 agreeable tonsie
and appetizer. It lnourishe~s anid insvig-
orates thse tired bralin an d body, inn-
parts renewted energy ansd vitality, an~d
Ienilivenss the funletions..

TIAN SHOES-Prices, 5, $4.00, '$5.00.
48 SOUTH~ MAIN STRaEETI, - - ANN ARBOR-
WAGNER & CO.--TIE SALE OFF'
T U .." sZA , ID2A.Y .3.rU SA-TUR17A' 'Y-
WAGNER & CO.) - 21 S. Main Street.
Iim Site in effect CHOOL OP nuase1s,. Ssg-
sltroottttuitling; clue ttacobrs; large sisenancse; stuNs s Oisos .
goodslnle; auperor wok; well sppliled reading No. I. flail and Express* ...... Ia
rootm; dalilers; Sturday evening receptions
open the entire year;eocommercialgradluates ingreat TNo.03. PsgoribAnnArborotAecorni*.',151,i
demttand;lshothtand gratdoatos all setcore pesitons; Es. 5. Itisil uatd Passenger0.. $1dpI,
livxig expenss $ 2.lto$.75sperweeksinarivate tamibGIG 0T
P.s oertiew eseoseav ad Lit;oftatudenaoul i iaasr
Lakenpositioastfroaweeksto wee,addretss No. . Ibail ant stt'soenger0......1,i ttm
F. . CLSARY.Fraeo. Nos. 4. ?hatil attd Express. ......'l:t ip. n
__________________No.06. Toledo Accottmnodaon...s 0 5 Ittm.
$200, $3.00, $4.00 $5 ceutrslSiundsctl'lute.
a1 O ailyrexcet Sundday.
Thrt O cs ed Wira~se 115 Trains lad Iran SrbetsenAnnAro s c
Firs Clss nd WrratedillToleds only, dailo, eceptls Susttay.
NE0v ery Way. Other traints diyecp udy
EW. as. BENNETT, Iu. S. GosinaNtscoo
I Doty & Feiner., Gen. Pare. Agent. 5Loral Agent,
SIfEE$4A - & -m COMPAP4Y
&_P__ARE S.POIIAGENTSl'-FR

Dreriptive stamplt.tfre'ootplication So
Rumfosrd Chemical Works, Provi- A Y.S51i115' c
dence, R. I. r . f ~r~r
iTVr /aui 'V Ditson,
Bewoare ot Subsiteosad Imitatiott.. sdIoocPililcs '
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
HENRY H.AUG G~iiqasilUp LaVJq Te is aid vase
Tearcr snd soloito, Guor,lBajOo and lats-
dolitn. Stusdiort al Goo s m
.Rooms345I. StatteiSt.
ASK OR WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.

This Space elserveddfoe
WoodwvardlAve. a tate S tcOreet,
DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.

ANN ARBOR RENTSCHLER,
3mxLAUNPRY Co. Photog~rapher,
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.. CRE ANADHRNSS
E. S. SERVISS, - MANAGER. ONl IINtDllStNa-
N OT IOCE.-ToSTUDENTS
ad Citizens. Do't read ant oCtoforCt
Cady whest yots cooget lost as good at N. E
Jolly &s Co..vW dont charge foerstyle, bust
give it ttyou, ansd that ir one-halt. Hat atnd_____ _____
cold luasshes at all hours at the day and aight.
R. E. JOLLY & CO., No. 26 South
State Street.
_______________________________ This. pati Reserecd tor the
HO GTLUNGCHES GADOEAHUE
And thes very choicet Candles
*TUTTLE'S,*
48 SouTno STATE STREET.
VIOTOR CYCLES'
forusal bnasthtemt. GTIBSONj
M.ollAB,;llotscmstPHOTOGRAPHERI
Cycle Emporium, 11 W. Washington St. NO 12 W. HUROjN ST.

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