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June 09, 1897 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-06-09

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICH IGAN DAILY.

The Coast Line to MACKINAC
'-TAKE THE-'
DETROIT
PETOSKEY
CHICAGO
New Steel Passenger Steamers
The Gireetest Perfection yet ettained in
Geet iConstruction-Luxucrious Equipent,
Artistic Furnsehing, Decration and Effic-
iost Service, insuring the highestdegreet of
COMFORT, SPEED AND SAFETLY
FOUe TRIPS EReWEEK BETWEEN
Toledo, Detroit 'and Mackinac
PETOSKEY, "THE SOOD," MARQUETTE
AND DULUTH.
LOW RATES toPicturesque Mackiacend
Return, includling Hiels and Berths. Frent
Cleveland, $I8; feem Toledo, $15; teom
Detroit, $13.50.
DAY AND NIGHT DERVICE.
Between Detroit and Cleveland
Connecting at Cleeland with Earliest
'.infr alpoinsElast outh aodSouithc-
ves and atnDetroit forall poit North and
Sunday TripseJue, July, Aegest end Sept. Rely'
EVERY DAY BETWEEN
Cleveland,Put~in=Bay AtToledo
Seed foertttiisioote 5 OPemphlet. Addele-
A. A. SCHANTZ, e. e. e., DOIT, CH.t

MICHIGAN DEFEATED.
(Contintued from First Page.)
Nothitig was done ic e lnext. Inetto
theid, although Lunn an~d .McMurrley
htit safely no rusesoulted. So1llie ac
sinogledl ic tho fousrthDeed went to sOc
osed ott a ga-coed ball. Sisees :single
oet im to third, Slseeaaz theis led off
iled wviilo he Aooas eitcg orsraledlo-
luau scored. .iebigau's nextosnd last:
sc51e was- nealo in lice sixths. Stelli-
octet issgil seandShseeanurtachedl fist
se a a ielidz's elltolceSitlecs-an b 'ice
theronoSet at se-od. Sheeanseol
-,oeed 1and ticec sceored lon il
ocigie tosrighletil'd. Sidlicvagot coiees
third litintseeeig-shhendCondosnsloec
ill eilse icecl.
lice issigeet erov,-d ofthOe seeon es-wt-
cc -ced lice gassse andiiee ericng eves
the beset eldonse.
ThI. score:
MICHIGAN.
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Our 'Ninety-Seven
Complete Line of
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of our n - --d

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except Sunday. 12 e h t,- f--lr e El ') '
E. $.GIOR0DIFACgent
W. ISBENNETT ti. BP. A. CToleois.0 i i-c Ies~iz ic-(l)el E)r~
llicdsiii 1 1 l )--c - - - -
THE KINDERGARTEN BILLIARD HALLE - C ilr toi I iii ii(':11-o toVii loS c
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SI end for Catalocue.
MONARCH CYCLE MF. CO.
- ~ Sendenie two-ceit tamsio e c of olMonarchn Playieg
,C ards, ilstri-tig Lillianee ussell,Toni Monarch. .ope
Lee ichard soneacd Walter.Joes.- Segulfcicar .
BENT-POINT COt, 8. -n he .
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Cuet iRte to .-ii Poits
Gor.Main and Liberty
O F TFL CITY!
HURON ST,, OPPOSITE COURT HIVI
I 'Ladies Ta ilorinc Anna
Cape. Gowns
Albany, N, Y.
nF l V. Mtecoi on, XDtcie ,,
44 E. " Illiar

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fostcrcylitth12ec i esGonranx. d Opera TT,
cr1 el,'t .1csn Arbor.
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-Ol D-A lili-pe , e w Sc i I-)i ia n.one ici lel rsect foc eirrril( aib
eleecelesei to tci li li l )ey-ele rirac edal(s- -e-iso ~ft 1r O:ernd i e ccc"Y Ina
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lecyicegflice tile ecee. te tiieer 1ccc ; i CXto Sre .Lee e-r ee-o!etii ue tsci to I
.ex. tesI e f l Iists tiiiiy be licteI0seeshs io t tler sept rer he res sl-Co thre somiee e months.e cr 9g
i by t~dle S21P, Y Cal ' .-.Of M De-Ci' !cd1idn10oitlsIe-e-toof cii y l~t~stS~ ef s BZ31 32c l cleRcpairing..
liTE cdel*ieuisgs1-xsr.. -of XlaDtil - 4rivi dries cruatslicc ecst h eeltone
t.....Oo intoYOURl ICE CREAM1 AND1)1 Pd T tOO AT,.pete-s .tr. w f
and HIT'FEM' Confectionery Store,i8 N. FOLINTAVE. -_AN
U, lSdouth Main Street, Telepihone 166.,I " ALL uEPHTURPFE
r. Lowney's and Allegretti'o Famoue Chocolate Createso.R Wasleington Mlock,
M tSoda Water, Phosphates and Versaor'e Ginger Ale. I Anes Arbor.

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