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March 16, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-03-16

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THE IJNIVEii6TY!_.OF MICHIGAN DAILY>

p~( t intioe UEatt emnploy him py:>r oftc
Reervred seats for sale at Gioodyear
Drag Store, Matto street, anid Shehn
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during Slate street, at 253 rents.
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Student Gun Club Proposed.
Covrsono Times building, 329 S. Main St. bte- The Fatuity Gitun Clsu oat on
tween Liberty and William Sts.
petition, antt tissenodthey thave-sOtt
MANAGING EDITOR
J. 1a. THOM5AS,'e L. Bestesd too Mr. A. L,. I Atinosono t1
BSUSINESS MANAGER stembtersofthue Athletic Association .1.HN,0 .gatdtepiiee ftergoun
EDITOSSandtithat a posootal organiatio
it.,it. SKsostLMAN, '15 L., Atihletics. foroceti, oith it captaino. The chtarga
E. L. Otosoci, '93 L. 0. D. HeODNeT. 'lb
BUTLyEi t AU3, 'lb. T. it. Wooonw, . stilt betonettencooper tigrontshlt titt att
1. k.. CAMPBELoL,,'00. Allan CAtsPttcLL,'915 15 ctnts ter s1o1t1r fur tse Icto ster,
F. ENGtEITAtoi,'98 hoc trapi. Atiteetilog -sill lie hetdtFt
stay tight aitti tr. t1'r ad)ro
XV otoccter, frosts te"itt-stlt- -iu, si
ho1ie rsenttanit otttreso lthe tuio i
The suhsription price of the Daily is s$s2I.50 isti ictl ro o i ii
or the college year, with a regular delivery - ______
a efore noon each day. Mttcers, cosomuolca- 'lTce booard of od ictrsofiitheiiA lolot
ions, aad other matter intended for publica-
t ion mutt hettaodedin at the Diliyeoficehbe- A.c-ititiotint o-t stnight.iA lot-ccto
fate 0 p. in., tie mailed to t. ,e editor before 3
p. i., of she dtay precious ts that on which aigofthe too oor010Moot rectip ts-w.,
they are expected to apopear.
Subscriptions masytie left at The Daily v101ediitoo tieTo'i. oft At. tatd. .'Man
Office, Mleyeras ar Stotitet's Newtaod, or.
WithSBssisess Manager. Suberihers will er- 'li iiitittttnouc110111tlie tad -ipet
tee ia faoar by reporting prosopty at this icitat ih1a iyitrSi
offiteeaov failure of carriers to deliver papoer I'i ii otl y(lpite-5
-- Leagueitennoit ootor ga-m e, Aoll (01t
it. Seasnttickeittoolotn 11110.1 50
m ost surptrisintg phomoooeonoito
college life tii: Xi jilais theii '-artlitato ilfto utoaltlso0. i
abundance tO tof liii'scoandal oigintatoro500(.t. li01.oitotstlttI
itto iio~siO'totolco. 'Pb0 itfor charge wsill lie 2<> ents. 1r. Aikitto
expilatineth't theiiiFacility (10001liu
souotld he qttle noturaltt 1001 itiog a
haze m sate ic 0oooitiiOo lo thinen t
ii~d oilfttmein onstwomesnttiotpare 001-
li'sof otthe Athleotic Assoctooiio to ft -ci
iosedltohasce gradtiatedod (tthle priii-
coo tagtelt toe oractie'o(ols Pat- toot bid ie tOtoti lecot1i'-
ito iioti~tgt'cioleg ottoteoloitiI!y r~igy' nigh i~to alini-tlo,reti
1(00 1'n ittii atiocit Wto 10ad) o los 1'f. too\'a
lintaidniO tecar.-esitha000 t to:ot hd 'td oatedtoisesoriiti(
lotgadat ture 00 ii ttwet Nt Io O VN1 ~EIepo1,' e
l zits0 troomtoe hldusto amt that o lthe w FRTENTeeTTINE.

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* Men's lop Coats
and Suits
FOR SPRING... .
The handsome new styles of Men's
Suits anti Top Coats for Spring of '98'E~
are here tin our cotunters ready for iut-
spection. i4$
Clothes bearing our label are made 3
specially for us cud ore equalled ouly
by the best tailors, the only difference x+
being int-price. We save yost the dif-
ference.
UNIVERSITY HALL, MARCH .18, 1898
sUM

boody starsoth ioouorocos (a theitd es ITROLEITEOUEUR CD AiQCsUC
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deals" is railed. Affairs 100,ecome001 472--478 .Broadway, Albany, N. Y.
lot suhot a touts thaitto ct0an000000ce S ITH, SURG" &CO*<lidem of the Ci-at'nsd Gow3's, I toeastly of lttchtcan,
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intoohue gift of tslo e nt ooo i liy Iouiou 2307, I 1,21 X o o s t so steaala rvase'rd. Yate, t'risocet , Columtbiaun. Willisco,
. tWellesi e, trytoOMar, etc.
withois tithenu-l iety of rot-otinti e hoeign4s and estiosates fIsishedrco tilll fti kul orksI Class ctotracis a specialty.
gauntitlt'of continuaoi l landers ansuris
on1 aIan010's repi'ttilot. if tOoe to't
lost' "reform"l''sithosus (lis-otolitsal
floot adcy otlovt.ctiss sponsA2k
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