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March 01, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-03-01

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THE U. OF 'M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE'',-PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
New \arerootois, Corner of Alain atndl Lib~erty Streets.

I will "Olen the Ball' bry piaeingsta Iire stock of Guitars, llaiijos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. Iui1p
25 South teuth Avenue, City.

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I BN-LAW SCHOOL.

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l'Attt.t ttStt "51 >. 1C \ U SI C, I U I A~
'CO~lISEd oie year. Three ftoll tertts
FreshTeqttiretl. Termts begiti, Septetmber,
C lean ENTRANCE ATANY ERM. O ('tO
antlilier tiiiiis cioltl goodi, Degree of LL. B. Conferred. =Fur' HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
AT IFall Term -OfL1892 Begins Sept. 13.1l l ha th-LI AIINI, a'ILING ANIi sUMIC GODllS initi lis'rag rin a
Sills\Ve.Ai i i city. lull tIc'. sSiiiiiC a1Specialty. Please call adi aine.iti
CALKINs' PHARMACY. Address the Dean or Sacretary,
" .:ALH V1A N.'Y. No. 2 East Washington St., near Mavim.
FI~ JLLY ~ CIGARS BY THE BOX.DA ALL
JOLL iii,.. 551.RZ
, iG O).,t1. ittsurge t ogis,100inBox - - -l' -' SFIIrGLAN .IOi
" odigy-Ies, A ol t ller 0 1 o 6l Il pl eitddrn:teps u ilr
ScELuitstNicSkppre' J l~uc onti O n P l cfiING
ATHLETIC + GOODS.z44_Main StreetBSouth. & COMPANY.

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g= LIFE IVI:W IT 'A&. THE CAMPUS.
:;i ti[Iivo't'l Avc' cmeet Ilsa clascs efo. v I'll 1Iiiia
YO) J AiN (GET :lias I.. Ilisc I itisconfainedi li
ii~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~t hiu~' .niili ij' -l i i ierniciom ciiiaccoluntl iiiillness.
1 ! alThliuloicial "Socieily scull iIll t
lj1UV N'S D)IiU G STRE~. tlis ci ciujiup atljp. i k11IociiiiB.
- -__ - _ - (. Il. ] ,c- t gave a spireaicitoia
Chemical I Physical Apparatus fewof isii, reiisIiiisa ici

Scvnc uti ofithi teiili 'nuuconitestaints III
thli t oratorilic rl i inarui e s lii
All scunior itlssiccare uiilseil ito
examoincthicasp pgow in iSlic-

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
liF ANN ARiBOiR.
Caitaii, Silll lii. suplus ..andc oi tsX430,1
'lantexschangiesoldl.letters of icreaitccc ii
S. W5. ItARKii()i, tashier.

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fae 1 G ia c icroscoicalSappises,
EBElUSACH[ & SON.
H Fli's'te o L~Tt'eett l ~s.
LEAVEUYOURO DE
POpp 0.oNWrtHouse

AMr. If.I. 5Geiger, '),,,ident, cii
tertainieidiiis brother anif e i cSatiur-
day.
1. IW. Duirfee,'92.liti., lhas re-
tcirnedl ho college to graduate withi
his class.
E. W. M aas andl G. W. i urrier,
'12 medics, Siiuclayeciiatthir rec-
splective homes.
Al rs. NAlsteriati, if J acksoin. is
visiitig ier dauighter ini the mecdical
dlepartmnti for a fe days.
The Kenitucky (luhbstill baiie
Htoni. t'.C'. P. Bireckensridge after
the lecture Saturday iiight.
George h~. Cocdd, the "'crack"
pitcher of last year's nine, spent
Saturday and Sunday itn the city.
;. 'r. Austin has just closed a
contract as principal of the Owsosso
High schmool. The salary is $goo
per year.
The presidenut of the Oratorical
Association has received a communi-
cation from the Uivlersity of lWis-
consin relative to a joint debate be-
tween the U~. of Al. and the Univer-

lihai's iviinowc ati thiir carlieclii-ast lilaaIiicaS -o.
.AIiss Al altie AMcFaelandilo1),ha s!
beein conhined to lier room a icousplce ( q~' IA~ri~
of seceksibLichkiness. She is no S HOmULcP fl Ue 1. U11O U
The plattion melodies, to lie I Nosy open'ttor reeeptioni o1 Pupili.
rendered Thutrscday evening Ly the MMMM~
quiarette, are entirely netos iicii-
loge audiences.
Resered seatt tickets for Thars
clay eveninig on suale this uafternoonj
at Al once's, doisn town, antl alhe's Watgnier (Io., MerchlantTJali-
tipl town. No c-strua charge,. tics, see tifferingt 5)0 ht aten
()ywing to the base-Lall entertin- -tptel"
nietut Thucrsday ev-ening, ithe mueeligtt elttrlrc fi-tingi sfr
of te Detmocratic Societe fctr the <$28.010 to x1:5.0011fur t$25.00iz1
election of coficers iwililibe uhldto- ut aeu is ls.As
ttorrosv eintg.stitatetlfrtctt.Al
Dr. Nancrecde tdic-whiat wits form- 1 50 pttlernts tif Tr'outscerinigs, Iluc
erly conttsideretd a very dangerous regnlatt price cif swhict is fr'omc
Soperatiotn yesterday, opetnitng a kid-
tney abcess and bintg apparently very t. It0 to $9.00, for 6.00 a pir.
successful. Thtey atre also offerinig somte de-
An error in yesterday's report ofcie b
teoratorical contest mtade N. J. ugit nhev tdr
eAlcGuire read N. J. Martin. M~r. wear. An inspection of goods
C. A. Bowen's nanteswas tuadvert. and prices is invited .
ently omitted as onue of the success-
ful senior lis, and AMr. J. B. John-
ston has thte honor of representing
thte junior lits, not the seniors.'

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Ceareetions, Cigars ad Tobacco. sity o 0oni.

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