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March 22, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-03-22

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN~ COMPANY.
Ness 3arernniis. (ornier of Al\ainirand Libertyv Streets.

I wilt 'Open the Ball" by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Ban11jos, etc.
PRICES THAT. WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find -U ~ m-z' Msuc Src mz,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.

Three Pairs For Fifty Qentp
W"ZORTII 25 CENTTS EA.CII

YOU GILAlbany Law School HOSIERY SALE AT NOBLE'S.
Would 1111 ap riO itc<< 0 fttI ( c CtU tSEonr veal. Three fall teriiis See. th i ndo xxiilt
requited. leruis lbegin, Selteotnbr, ios ip v
Janiuary ind Bareti.
Fin h- hcmes ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM. (i)GO oe r Q
Al Crs fItruotas ani etu avr- s, l
Degree of LL. B. Cotiferred. -For HIGH CLASS TAILORING
C cuikin' ~hcirrna ~Fy11 Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.to .i 01 11,Si.Ltll (lt) oSojCI10
c-irk t ii thecity'. atll lD - Soilini. .i Slroialiy. Please cll at xn>
Address the Daose or Secretary,
TEIT.i ALBANY , N. Y, No. 2 East Washiingtoni St., niear Maiii.

1.

i j CGARSBY THE BOX.
I. 11T illoleil .li Stogies, 0t ll Boxie
' lIi-Pro i0v" Iainii ilong fillI 1)1ini Ioa
AND AL : lielir,' t0t
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ON .i.li iiper,''S "
I tac 0deantfoal i ia, lolI .
A 17-1IT IC ~GOO D S. (44 Main Street, South. ICE

- 11.00
>1.1 2
.12
EAN & COMPANY.

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1.01 i ,AN -G_ -l'

THE CAMPUS.
riot lew da1s.

11111

11 ht ojhl.he Me102Ilaw,1Js aa in around,
I1UA)\VN IZt 0(1STORE. atr sro' 11es
Uiternical Phy stcal Applaratu ecnatasros 1115iness.
ii..1. l it 101.'9 l oxv, lsl e
Mirocpial4up5?e. It". liicsiels, 91rlthsIren
IitI~tB:ACH! A&-SON. aspendtll inclans it his ]ioi in1
IRoell.
S : T,5IGG IlIrais Is 1111011)11gave a cdiiierrlast
FORiITS volt1'i Vits.
c oil.IeGITtii Pros. caid :Mrs. Aigell spbntoStino
E A. D. Syler & Son l Vay in Detroit 11s guests noftheir soil,
Is 01 pCotol 00 . Ml. Aleis C. Angell.
0 f9t1DKEPT)Ii 210 EL4T iniaioliar his classes i p sclti)
o'TlDi'b'ielll1oilQi AtTtlils. og foi a isere froiiiFriday.
1oS if youiare lobe bc for yot tour St iss MSary1 II opkiiis, of Kalaiiia-
frilali.,takelit air i)nheltloeidentl Houei
ollicfotetrl l iiiutles. You will tsirely seetoo, is spaciding a fcev days with
iiiroii. lr 10101Atr Siiao Sotu iss Clarissa Itigclowv, 195 seici.
Thc fricends of 'Miss Helen King,
. 194 lit, gavcetier a plelasanot suirprise
bra~ Saturday evening, that day being
thec occasion of hser birthday.
t Prof. Scott lectures to-night at

ted y nil S i ll l 11ay. 5ut15
will r .1111 We ilsdav
111. s Soiety l iv as cil e t ~I-
tiiirdl No. ;.t W isliloii s lavenue.
Chre 11.i ncsh,'; iaw,
ce tl linsi.. Ii to the1ofice 0011
11t1115 11real oiii hl;I llitdSlates.
MisJoeiniNeolsiiii o11 le 'aoiw

BILLIARD PALLOllatyreitd(ni~ teps nnnrS
Nice unch eouerin oneioni a 11.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STAPH'T'EIS T, ANN A11111).
-THE ARGUS,---
FIRST NATIONAL BAN.
& 6LOR NNMARBOR.

f;liversity,Ovwho woll thieIniaaI -oi«-N1150111011o111rereti on ofI Pupils.
slate rcontest if thye IneSlate I Ira-'4 X1 B1". W
tiarical Assoc1iatiiio, is a sister ofl(.
11. Nelsoio, '93l lawv. She is the first
ladylo has elo vroerwoian aoaratoriral
conltest.
tor the puirpolse of gathieriing sta-i
tistics. Ilibrariaoi IDavisreou iires allI
Slio tahoehoroes fromli the library n1ys, lie nff'iiilg '511siiit plattern's.
dulrinig this oseek tOolapendtthe iiamiecthe redgular price o tiutii is tio.
of their departmienit to tlici r signa-
ture, os-len illig out the blanks to $5.0 -00f 111for S%2,5.0011
dlrawe bookes. suit, maide iuo first class. Also
The junliior lassclaiss held a short
meceting yesterdlay afternocon, at ~iatrso ruelis h
whlichl a commnittee seas apploinited regular porice of which is friomt
to draft resolutionis conmplimnitary
to Harry K. Wolcott, secretary of $T.00O to 9.OO, for $6i.00 a pall.
the class, whlo has becen conmpelled They are also offeritig some do-

71 Fort St., West,- Detroit. 'Mich.
LEAVE YOUR_ ORDERS
-ATR
Netrtlosp tosMagazinest Furl teats Fin
Conetoet. ttgart snd Tohae.

the Detroit Mlouseum of Art. 'Thlis
is one of thse lectures in the D~etroit
course in University extension.
Mr. Shserzer, in Course 2 Ins Ge-
ology, is requirinag the members of
the class to do considerable drawing
from specimens in the museunl.

to leave school.
rhe Phi Delta Phi, a late frater-
nity, gave a recepation to Dr. H1am-
mond and thue resident lass faculty
last evening, at their roonms. J. S.
Roundtree was "pout through" furl
the benefit of the guests. Ilangster-
fer did the catering.

tided bargains ini Heavy Uinder-
west. An inspection of goods
and prices is inuvited,

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