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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE LATEST AND BEST SEE SHOW WINDOW FRIDAY.

Assortment of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in the City.
ItpAVIE Yotj SEEN 01I31 NEW SPRING STOCK"?
It is a Splendid Showing of Snit ant Overcoats.Extra Valoe at a Pri10s
WadharnS 4Ryan & Reule.
Ann Arbor Savings B3ank 2] -Years in the fusi hess.
Ann Arbnr Mten. CapttntStnek, $50,00t, CITY LAUNDRY,
Snrptus, $tO,0.
Organined anderetie General Bannking Lnaws M. Mli. Seabolt. No. 4 N." Fourth St.
or this etnte. Receives lDepostnsuanod
sells exchange on the principaicities of she
United statin. Drnfts canhed upoes proper ' \
dettCoaman. fies:CRSINIACn, Pres., s
W. D. iHARnIMNa, VicerPres., s, i 0 t' sosuc¢
CHAnS. R.HIaCOoKCashier. i ~
M. J. FRiTn/, Ast ahi eir.vp Jl eI.2Ksery.
-dassan _,,. ' N.. _SanitDiscomtan nd anng.
?= n ; a xarnP e'a, a250'5., 00c..Women's, t0e. Give sizeashae
" t_ 5 " "y ' IKENIIS COMPANY, 76 Chauncy St,, Bostte, Mas
r~i l ,:l u. WY -_ 5 5.)01M. CALENDAR.
~~ cat 7 .ine li10-. of111. vs. Wicnin.
fV'11-r'1RK " hain' sa Critiian," ly trot. C. Ri.
- a Another Wheel Stolen.

A SURPRISE PARTY !

RANDALL
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS,
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS!
30 astuontrtreet,
S nv enABE
FO S auOR -u2'3vRS.
EA. D. sulor& Son
R OppCourt House.,

COLLEGE CAMP at WORLD'S FAIR
tiiiivii ti l-het, it-li pireek. Tenst, a 1h-
oiii ro-eishinao, $3:.011 r ea.. Forifull i-
526 ialmtiai ,eeuai. - i <.Lo
S eT'HE ARGUS,-
PATRONIZE
OWEN'S BARBER SHOD"!
Na. 4iEARsvHUcN aliSiREE.
tend ;tI) tttout10liirominen01t attor-
iieys ieli e state.
Clipcatuimiitteon oi"legal ciducationt
aidadomissioni tote Sar'relbarteil
ttit tho bill proposed-by IHon. Levi T.
Gritfiniacovering tCiiatteCCr ithdfailcid
Co pas0 either bronchi of te Legisat-
ire. Theo idea wino expressed hat the
trite pitace to teacit itw, was n ite iaw
school.,tiitdIthere only, buit Ethe sys-
Coin of privtate stoucy or of sttidy iiite
ay offices in Co be continueithCe wiiole
matter of examinaatioliniiiiull be veated
i ta sintgle state bioardl of examniners.
i. No aipplicat faradimissioti shill be
pecrmittedl Co take extaminatioia tnucan
lie is a citizen of te United MSates, a
rosidenut of lihigan, 21 years of age, iif;
goodcimoral 1chuaracter, tinid lias ateually
putrsuiedltCe stundy of lacy for it
leansttwCoii ets, 010 in theti
otfice of a reliputable sos' tier ofi
te bart, or of a reptitablelIons chioa.
7. Graduattes of te Uniiveosity law
schol olir of ainy reptutable anawchtool
ini thin state mitaiinutg not less Clan
a Ctwiiyears' coturse,Sbe entitted Cii sd-
maission t h le bar wcithuttexainea-
tiioan. 8. tMembers ittfte ibar ofothuer
states be1 admaittecd to praetic in a
sinle e O i iny colur t titimoticit
tin te 051crtil towhichi such case is
peniing, btut that iii otiter cases lie
muitst ake the extomninatiotnaunaless tie
priiiutes satisfactory eviiece that he

Trhe stealing of bicycles till con-
tinues. Mir. Morris, a sttudent of
the University, recently purchased
a nesv raciag ambler bicycle, and
about a weck ago lockedl it tip in an
out shedc at lain boarding place.
Day before yesterdlay he avenat to
the shed for binsvheel ando fouind it
gone. tie iloes not kniovwihetait
cwas takeo. The look had been
broketn on the door So the shed, antI
the chain on the whteel cout. Tis
seems to be a growing cvit, and a
trenuos effort should be made to
fild thaegoilty portion.
l U. of . Defeated London.

Excelsior Laundry,
20E l'st-1t-RON ST111T1
G1oiod ol rk Guiiiirian ted G<oa(fldfr
uiii dtelivered. A, F. COVERT. Prop.
INature's hiastit s opena to cycters--
The Colaliitiau cyclec gosaeverywhere iin
plermuanet ft - Coiubias are goar-
aaterit.
arsen ic y li il fr 5ot ocn sa p. niape ifg.
fa1% E. 'a t 55ainuetonstreet
lo1,FblotS "IN L~iNF."
proa 7? Wpo.,?Yias,
SiHiill PAt Tutoc,
NV F: SHOtyAN '"U.--
'To- DATE."
SGOODSEED'S
FLL AND
COMPLETE LINE
3POEING SHiOES,
JUST RECEIV/ED.
GOODSPEED'S
17 S. MAIN STREET.

A Great
+RAOKET
1n Pric
We ace onfering our entire stock of
TENNIS aol SPORTING GOOt
manufactnrers' whoalcosts. A'
Rackets inciudeid. DON'T MISS TtiOE
GEORGE WAHI
University _ 20 S. Star
Bookstore,

r __

'Slo Te baseball matels yeterday be- highest coirt iii his state fo~r at least
twveen the Alertn, of Londdone and thne fou~r yeaors.
.aUniversity of Illinois clttb, wan a Somnethinegnew-the Alumni week-
splendid exhibition of the national hy.
gaimee and both sides did their ut- BUSINESS LOCALS.
mont to win. 'Te goose wan not do- I1i10LIIO S, joust northi ctfte host--
LAWitN cideid until the tenth inning, when office, lionste bost Storks, carriages,
wvith twvo men on bases, Carnahan, aind borneo ia the city. 'fry 1hi55. Cf
ltDS at of teuiest team, nade a hit lls-C.-A diamondl Iti Kap~pa Psi
S univerntty pi, withi ianeun bishac. RetuirnaCo
11l sew which brought in the winning ran. tPhsiRappoaIHouse sod receivc rewarid.
Score: Lost s-A Beth't'hieta lPi pin. If
tinder wnill return in iitinlid. C. Iflills, 53S
HAN~r. Innins-A5223a4a50 61,2860510 5. H,. 0.S. 12ths street, or Beta 'hiota Pi nsdge,
UJ. ofS.____-00i30 0 00 5 1-41 it <3 lie ctitt be reardled.
Alert ...----0 0 0 1 0i 0 0 -43 S 3 46-O" -
Batteres--Fr~edeickson and Hlff;lt- 5res- Thursday Evening ao rarnger's.
anid Qaisn.
-----0--Clanso S in ancinig for Itidies Oaid gen-
The Law Schoolsthe Place. tlemeanS acill iieet 'T'hiursdaoytasnshSattr-
day evenings at 8 o'clock. Bhy joiinsg
Thethid nnul metng f te it oiice yoou will get ix lessnsi. All
te R~e tirdani~ia metigofCt staindard dhan~ces, inlu~ding the Two-
teS.State lBar Associtntioin,swhichi was hielid Step, cwill be practiced. Oicle, center
P ,in the Seiiate chamnber in the State entrance, (Granger's Academy, one
3,9 Capitol yesterdaoy aftertoono, ws at- Isnock west «f State street stores.

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