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March 17, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERbITY.OF MICHIGAN DAILY

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alltf.of4 1. ii1'iill b welto comed agan.-N. I'. Mail 3f r, a Vrn o
Artistic, witty.,ipleasing, ntirealina7, Ta eIN
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during teletnt.-Albanty (N. Y. ) inn .
the College year, at
Vertty ine, ol that oneidesit'dt-l
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Itnehentee (N. V.) 17nlet and Adver'- i eT h L m
OrrFIen Times building, '3241 S. Main St. be- od.h
tween Liberty and William Ste. iLlaectttnitieen-(litInsI r
MANAGIN(G EDITORt Andiencee.Nell saisfniedl. I tnter- (Successor toGibson Ca
. 1.THOMAS, 'OS L. laing.-llnelitngtn (Iowa) H-lanelnye.cesr ~Slldc
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