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April 01, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-04-01

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
Newrev X'acni Ccc o riiior' (IH ii cand Libeity- Streets.

RI

I will "Open the Ball' by placinga line stock of Gitarsl Ba nec. T re ar
RICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.

For Fifty Gentps

Li1nd1 - i7"-,SE-n s .LV 5.1- maREo,
2 5octh1Forth AvenuieCity.
YOUR GIRL Albany Law School
ESTABISHI) ilSi.
Wouldapclitela blxof ithIlos 'OURlSE,,oine (year. Thir'eelull terns
requied. 'Tenrn l t i peii.Seuliili,
tanucary cii lach.
F ine Choeo~ateS ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
A>t'rl orso n'roo n oonos
Degree of LL. B. Conferred.
SCa~kin' P hctrrncy Fall Term of 1892 Regins Sept. 13.
nAidress Itic Dean or Secretary,
TRY IT. ALBANY, '_. 1'

SZ"O TTI 125 CEN S'S 721-=-
HOSIERY SALE AT NOBLE'S.
5c ilie \Viii lce)w I~ispil.
-- For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
Ile. haos the LEAD~ING. SPlI G (5AMi) SlIMMEA,,(GOODin 0Sntilngs, Trleiong-ro.-
Silk VNe-hong-in tlI i. D ull tiress Soitings a Specialty. tPu-becll and exI i l
No. 2 East Washington St., near Main.

R JOLLY, 00.,l
A~AlL 1,1
Leai cOtniers toeall
ATH-LETIC + GOODS.

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CIGARS BY THE BOX.
P itnion li stogies, l0iillto Box, - - - $11.00
t°'ioiii-y" II in ai li 1nngfiller, 1till Boxui, - - - 5ie
"G ieer e, Si. - - $1. 12
"'Foutlen," ii - 1.75
I I"B illy Bob-,'50 1 i
Skippler.- 0 - Ii
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

TYPE WRIUTING".
All kindsiiiitWorea iitic
doe atreaonanleeprcen.
89 soithti ciersity .1cc,
YOU CAN GET
lieu qo al t, tnI)IthePrice Mill leCe
nil i
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical Physical Apparatus
q C. P. and .t%
oarefem6cm reMicreosopcal supplies,
EBE1KBACLI & SON.
H RnoTT I ON
S p.CortHouse.
O9GJDIKllRT7 IL +1 fOWH
STUJDEN~TS' IEADQUARTJOIS.
lota if roa are looking tar any of your
fies, taea cthaeain atheOccidental Hotel
tffice tat tea miautes. Younwilitnarely ae
thema.Ftit ociockdinncr, Sandays. Special
71 Fort St., West, - Detroit. Mich.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS.
-AT-
F. 0. NE S STAND
NevepaaterCMagelnieri m edic in em
Coifeeotans, tCiga re a4 Tn~iaees

CAMPUS,
(Gco. IE. lccgani iniidispcosud.
'H inn FlcrnucI lay, it Seanuky
Olum, in tierguesnt of J . W. IDurkee.
R. Sit luttaers .'95 lit, htiltsfct rot-
lcgc r intha eiainetr ci tirenserns
ter.
Tlic I )rmcrali. CleetsnSatur-
dayc evceing, at 7:30, ini the lac eIc-
ture ooca.
'PIe '93 lit cicven plaly the Nor-
mat toot-ball teane at tpsilainti,
Saturday afternoon.
NV. F. IDowland, uiitil thiemeius-
ter weith '94 lit, istohte guest ot Geo.
R. Rae', '02 lit, for a few' days.
Mrs. .1. N. Van~emn, is ther
wtest otftier sonAVXX. H. XaiiDeiiuai,
'93 dent, at 45 Washlenaw avenui-
Mfiss IFtittu Atkins, '90 lit, is
speinding tier cacation at tier hoe
iii this city. Stir is teacthing at
XlI aieec.
AXt the neeting of the ligineeriiig
Society this evening, tarot. Green
wilt reat a paper on "D)etails of
Hcouise Construction."
Mr. Anmes ananounces a written
quiz for todtay for his classes in
Englisth tistory. Tthe boya feet
pretty sure that it isn't any Atprit
Foot's joke.
The water in thae upper dans in the
river has been let out, and many
students find fishing a pleasant
amnusetment for spare hours, although
not. an overwhietrningly successful
one.

P'.i tlsy,plicipal iiifSet-
tusks , ( Ililo, teglelc I,cwlio, neih
ai t ipai nit, tias lciieniiting the
U ni\ernity anecitil.retrtneditoI
Sanuskyesrdayice.
'The resigniatinof Ee . I f. Chreey
fromie irGlee Club, anthelrfat
thaetXX \V.L. Websnterhtis btenritecd
to reace collegr, lraves tier clebwithe
but tirer first trnors.
'rot.'T'riurblotd's classes itn Oral
D~iscussioins, us bothe lace and literary
detnartmsents, ccittlseect as usual dur-
ig the professor's absenece carryiing
on the debates Icythenaselves.
'Tle Geological Society meets
this afterisoon at5 o'clock. Xtlr.
H-uney will read a paper cia. 'Thi
Solar Systeni according totte Nebnu-
tar antI SMeteoritic Itypotheses."'
tarot.'Triieblood's coneditioin sas
reportedl yesterday afterinoona as
soniewhlat iniprovetd. Ite seas rest-
ing easily aindIis ratnidt recovery is
confidently expected by Isis phtysi-
cian.
G. A. Albers, lace '93, tiscenter-
tamning his friend, Mr. Solon, of
Hollanad, Micts., a student of Hope
College for a few days. Mir. Solon
will sing for thse WXebster Society at
their regular meeting to-night.
The matter of transferring Dr.
Grant, the S. C. A! missionary, at
Ningpo, China, from the control of
the S. C. A. to that of the board of
ts own cthnur 1, is 1 ging considered
by a comimittee from the S. 'C. A.'

BILLIARD PARLOR-2
Elegautlyticeeittedldacic thue ps umr
Nice luitcti coantee ituconnoectioni.
BUTTS &HZEOD
S'1'A'JT11'tIET, NN ATI.81.
.-OTHE ARGUS.'-
FINS JO13 FINxY;JN@
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF- ANN ARBuOR.
Capital, $i100,0000i. Suieplus i ndiou t 'iuits,$, 0t
'ienstus eeral bnki ng ui bocuiislin s.ifo
e'igtn exnrold, ei.iittiesiiofrcdit ocr_
SCHOOL FOR OMN IN0
Nosw openi for recetptionmtfIPutpils.
Wagniei & (C'o, MechIlantTai-
ors, are'Soff'ering N50 suit patterns,
the regular priice of whicll is fromue
$28.00)td to 3.00tfor' $25.t00 a
stiit, madeilO up fir'st class. Atso
150 patternis of Trouserings, the
regular price of whlich is fromn
$7.0)0 to $9.00, for '6.00 a pair.
They are also offering some do-
cided bargains ins Heavy Under-
wear. An inispection of goods
and prices is invited.

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