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February 23, 1898 - Image 5

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MiCH IGAN DAILY.

Men's Furnishings That Sell' Themslves!
OUR STOCK COMPRISES Or THE BEST VALUES AND MAKES.

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Pure Lambs Wool Worst-
ed. All kinds of Styles
Sweaters .i4n all the Combinations of Shirts ..
Colors. 'The best from
$3.00 to $4.50i,

Unlaundered, _pure Wam- Random Wool, a fine
sutta Cotton and 4-ply smooth garment void of
Linien Bosom Soc. The U nderwear
best shirt in the market to- any scratching material.
(lay. See them at 69lc.

We invite comparison. Our gc ods are what e represent them to be. We can save you money.
Y ~~~~D r o p in a n d s e e o u r s to c k . . ' K0. M I T E T
MAINSTRETS~ A /3C I d~ C QMAIN, STREET, S.

C~OME beautiful bound
Doollecfionscf vocal
and instrumental
music of the stanxdard
composers, snitable Tor
library or gif books Must
received.
ANN ARBOR AMU C.
W55-27 E. Washngton St.
A1NN AI13BORI
T~me eT 1Y~S uenda d, ept; 5, 18157.
TIE TABLE.:
Trs leave A nAit#or by Central Standard'
Tisme. su, e
5s45ain. 7:35 a. in
*12:15'a.'. rU1:25a .
445;p.m. I 8:45p. m.
*O~i beisseen A ni Arbor and ToIedoeajg,
W.S. GILMIORE, Agent
W. 9, asQW eT1. P, A. Toledo 0..
N '--"E C NTI R
The Nwere Fall Route."
GentradleStandard Time.
TPA.INE AT ANN ARBRi.'-
sag.e . WEs
Maiiandl~x-_V47 B., N. YChi--- . M
N. l5peoiaL.:x_,58 Mall ---- -. PH
G. R.RmEres --nH10 Pa~cifico Ex
*N, 8 IUnited-...510 - . ,
Eastern Rx-------- 47 Western Es--- 1:3V
AM. G.tR. & K:Ex.-.5161D .Fpes=---S h.N. az
Atatic Ex...1.3
t o glsgodtt o New Yorkf than -as
0. .P. T. gt.,-0 ago. HAgtI,Ann Athor
THE BUICKEYE HOIE.
CDLUMIUD ,,l K1III I ly NDTIDDh. R4LWAV

KINDIERGARTEN, so2E.liuroO St. - 5O'LC
Ital and See Us,O'LK I
ETSLETHE PHOTOGRAPHER TEA KETTLES.
Teleph5one 0.O" ANN ARBOR WY ... Arn~old* EANJEWELER

FULLER &a BERANEKR
TAILORS
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.
Work called for and delivered.
312S. STATE ST. over tosey'e.
Phone No. 264, New State.

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BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORNER MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Is the place to buy issecting Instruments and all thing needed for
Baterology, 'P'athology Histology, Etc., Etc.

lt the Athens.
Brenton "Thorpe, (hr English 155005-
der who tpurchaced the rights of the
'Mew farce comedy, "Mica Fisacis of
Yale," fOv this country and Ragland,
6riginally intended to return to Lem-
don toprecent the merry farc-e in that
city, btldaring hic first rowv day's in
New .York became no enamoreod of the
manner in which the theatricral hosi-
necc :uoc transactedI here that he de-
cided Ja remain with the.,, coipanky in
this-country returning later to EaiglanoS
to cssrvice the production there. Ulr.
Thorp, from a financial and up-to-sti
standpoint, will compare ravorably w;ith
any obf our Engliish cousins who leave
landed on our chores for .many a4(lay.
"Mficc Francis of Yale," with Etienne
tlirardot in the. ieading role, comes to
the ,Athens Theateir March 7.
Slt 'Varsity candidates are, requested
to (begin. training at the Gymnasiunm
Wednsday, Fob. 23, .from I1'to 3 p. m.
at this time daily, untii edt-door prtac-
ticee becomes feasible. Thc net case
wwlIe lowered on the main floor oif the
gymnasium and the 'coaches, Hfr. W at-
kins and Hr. Clark, will be prcsent-to
.li-EtA the work, which, henceforth will
h e ceted on regularly and with vigor
thr~ooghoot the season. ''tt ishmportant
that -33 baseball men should take this
p).elimtsarly practice.
LOST-- (;old watch either ons Theop-
son or Boejeard' sts, Return to "249'
Pasckard et.

NOTICES.
DEPABIMIIENT OF PHILOSOPHY.
Course a. The text-hoonk-is altered
from Fames' "Psychology" to Lloyd's
"Dynastic Idealism."'
Courses115, 12 and 15 will macct in
Room 21, U. H.
Prof. Wenley will be in Room 21, U.
H., for consultation on Wednesday the
,23d }inst., at 4 pi. i.. and on_ Thursday
the 2th at 9 a. m..
The Hegel clan~s will meet Friday at
4(25 U. H.) and ntot today (Wednesday).

-0.N. MARkTIN,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Embalming a Specialty.
NO. 209. FOURTH AVENUE.
Anshlante sight or day.
Residence. $02 Filth Avenue.
DROP IN AND OEI ONE:.
SID W. MILLARD'S
Football Calendars for 1898.
West Liberty Street,
[U.of M. I' ving Priors and Bth Roeums
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing up stalirs
Old friends tall a sian, We welcoseceve'
ones. J. R. TROJANOWSKlIt,

Ac the hours tIh
2, Linguistic Scienc
la; 10, !Old Englisl
convenient for ar
that wish to take
to adjust them an
those who wish to
inform mesas soon
ceonflicts. G
During the sect
offer a two-hour
Tibullus, Propertlo;
time has not yet
ranged. The first
Wednesday, Februa
in Room E.
t NOT
All entries for th
more indoor meet,
Saturday afternoot
be left at the offce
before Wednesday,

iave announced for Lowney's 'Chocolates
ce; 6, Spoken Eng- -00 TO-
I, are peculiarly in vW TUTTLE'~~' 3StaS
somber of students W. . UILJ St 5ate St.
them, I shall try ALLEORETIS, if you wish.
d shall desire that
take these courses
as I possible of their
.ORE:EHEMPL. ,KAI
?rsemester I shall AL OcADES Or
readng cursein IARD. SOFT, CANNEL AND
rand oidre in SMOKErLESS (COALS
Is, nd vid.The AND COKE.
been definitely at-
meeting will be on 1X34. T.A..BB B R.
cry 22, at 2 o'clock. 110 W. Washington Street. Phone 5.
J. C. HOLFE. 1THEtLARGEST MAUFATRES sOs ST~iCTIC
tN-n BICYCLEnSUrPLsES AND) tNICORMS
'ICE. IaN TEWOLoD..
ic Freshnmn-Sopho A. G. SPALDING &~ BROS.
which will be- held
March5, sould "The Name the guarantre."
f the sitimOfficial Oufiltters to ihe Leading College, "Ath.
c fthgynsu letic Club and School Teams of the U. S.
Msrch 2. Every Requisite for Bane Ball,
W. B. H3ACE, Athletic Sports and Pastimes.
'j. F. ficLEAN. The Spaidlng Official League Bait
Adopted by National, Minor. College and
School Leagues.
SBase Bail U'niforms, Sass,_ Gloves,
Miss, Chest Protectors, Shoes, Etc."
SBS TE SPALING CHAINLESS BICYCLES MO
*THE SPALIN5C BLUE RACER (Chais) M1
THE SPALDING ROADWHEEL D ELS.
Send for Illustrated Catalogse ostall
Athletic Sports.
AA . SPALDINO & OROS,,
Now York Philadlp,
C hicago Washington.
e edies. FINE NEW LOT OF
at "a . asbburns..6
Loet Just received. 4
MlNGS for all lastruments.
SCHAEBERLE'S MUSIC STORE 14
f 014 West Liberly st, Ash Arbor. 4

(SECOND SEMlESTER.),

fmlt
Call
No.
at

TOR.

Mechenis Cases on Agencies,
Greenleaf on Evidence, Vol. 1,
Cooley 0n Taxation,-
Holland's Elements of Jurisprud(
High's Extraordinary Legal "Ren
All the a'ove books can be found

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