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May 15, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-15

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THlE U. OF . DAILY.

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I isari. Nwa Ro , Cook hou se. 1,000 Patterns o h aet n obot
SF.I',NGS and .PANTI G S ever sho wn.
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Iavo9JClay ko:tdSit to ordr, akorC aay$2t.D
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HANDS _,W C LLUt?1 ITII, DCATALOGUE;
SENT FEEC.
NEW YU I A001, i:L'EL
HAVE YOUR
C. 1 E ' GRAVED
'WlX. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
For Men and Boys,
4 ANDW ITLAMBS
FOOL SWEATERS
in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray,
for Boys, up to 32
inch sizes,
$1.50;
For Men, all sizes,
$2.00.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
Sweaters

ttJLL Lll EO c >' r>(;;. A.' Ttti(eJiz MEI i.In:t w
! d !' h t t ,I Ittilt i >>zo. oo ty thI 1 f l a I' c i cy(o,
)J.17,J. SZCTOIH., $2 . 22lb.LADIES', $75.
at eormous t (ti (L.00tt(. You lvo 61 i - 1oiIte pr~ofio
t110 0 ll(11(O.le 1, 1he jobber, tilee Ottddletitant. 500 tsttl les. Up-to-
(I~e ltc tIotlt . Fit noai-anteed. Swlell Suits $18.
WIL-SOY'S OLD STIN D. 5,:SITbE ST1ET

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Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down.
Eat Tomatoes.
3 Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Riverside, 95 cents per dozen.
All good Fresh Goods.
rxER. &$zOOM2E'ATYi

AA 0-4-U 'Wff,

44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
A meeting of 1110 Board of lie-gents
will be told tomsorrow.
A written examnination iln nacter-
iology will take place F+riday morn-
ing of lis week.
Tie.eqtiz in orgtaic chemnistry which
was announced for Tihursday will be
postpsoned unsil Monday next week.
Titere will be no ladies' classes at
the gymlnasinm this week, but tile
time is to be devoted to iennis and tihe
physical examinations.
Prof. M. L. D'Ooge will be unable
to hear any of hIls classes nlext week
owing to his beding :absent fronthtie
city examining ihighl schools.
The D~aily has nellgected to notelilac
all railroad tickets .fr the May tFes-
tival will be good for return up to
and including the 20th of May.
A copy of the Occident, a weekly
paper of the University of California,
has been_ received containing cuts Of
their track leant now In the east.

foulr fromt the literary depa~rtmlen~ts.
Tile contest will begin at 7:30 o'ciock
in order to shlorten it.
Northwestern has a piainIllpenolress
for getting up a univ-ersity song; book.
A price of $10 is offered for 111e best
sonrg suitable for such a b!etz, and
it is hioped tll get mallterial on1ou1gb to
pulblishllte book early in the" fal.-
If the corner-stonle of the womuan's
gymlnasiumn is laid as now expected
on conmmencement day a friend of
ttegont Barbour's will give those in
chlarge $1,000 toward thle building
fund.
Tile regular meteing of the Phil-
ological society will be held tomor'-
rowy night in room I1, Univ-ersity ball.
Prof. Hleinpi will speak upon 'The
t' in Gormsan," and Prof.. D'Ooge wvill
read a paper on "A Negleoted Syntax
in Greek."
Considerable curiosity is being
aroused among tile Ann Arbor public
by tbe appearance. of dodgers in dIf-
ferrent places around tile c~il0piC
bearinlg lbs inscriptton: "You'll findl
me in it," and signed by Levi T.
Barbour, Regent of illS Ilidvelahly..

.Aar, atid tttt itlt c t-
A. E. tUi EL }4'(pf ii f,
fO F( 1 t 1 -\( C ., 21L' it 1 o1 t,32 .
331 E. OHuronSt1-.
temer',of Aoo-ricanTiktrlotker'sAsso-
ciat)in, ll I1rnw1prt1.111t111a11-
anteer.Tickts nl..t nd ld.t
"THERE ARE OTHERS"
But nose ocfthem can comocee with
T 3"ISTLE!O
Here Are a Few Seeds:
Rascers, 15 Vounds.
Liht Roadsters, 17 to 19 Lbs.
tRoadsters, 21 to 231 Pounds.
Call and see them at B03E. William st.
1D.. 1B.FORID. AGENTr.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main at., and State at., cor-
ner of: William at., have a
complete stock of
UVIYUSIJY JEI[ BOOI6S
New and Second Hand.
Noe Seoko and ether Studests' Supplies
Flee Stationery, Sportinge Ooods, etc, aich
they etter at the tLowest Pricem.
Call and see us before purchasing.
THE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer baa received the
iargest and most select stock of
IMPORTEDk rAN0DQDMESTIC WOOLENS
for S9pr ig anti Summer of- 95 in
.the 'city, and .would' bewpleased
to haive youz call and' x-amlne
the same
:.ual Dress Sits a Speciaty
F. Washington st., near M ii.

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Tbe Oratorical associaflon bas do-
1t cided l to elo eigbl contesladla in the
1J11. 'local cootest, -four from tbe law and

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