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April 11, 1892 - Image 4

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THE U, OF Il. DAILY. __
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN~ COMPANY.
NewcV' arcroaeiis. Corrooof lai an od Libertyv'Sit'cets.

I so ill 'Opioeo the Ball'" by placing a fine stock cif Guitars, Banjos, etc.T
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU."
25 Soutoh F oth Av enue,ity.

For Fifty Qent§
25 C=NTS =.ACH_

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YOUR GIRL
'Wog l all '00210 a lixso(' 1000'
Fine ehocola~eS

Albany Law 8cliool HOSIERY
COL ILI L, t11e5rear. 'tihree 1f1ll1terills See theNic WowVl~sl
reqiuired. 'e'Pes toegoto 'eIoteflioet',
,Jaiiieoi' atid Marchl.
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM. G1 O
f Degree ofl LL. B. Coer~red.

SALE AT NOBLE'S.
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---For HIGH CLASS TAILORING
A-Nf) Oou-M'illtt (Oii)OS 10 oii0
11Drs Siings a p eo cialty. I 'e:call MI(I oxaio le.
Wa~ liint'oo St., riuoi Mii .

CQlkin' h rrce Fall Term of 1892 Beg ivs Sept. 13.1 1''ar01, 1)1 NG iSPR'I

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t;~ ~ ' )tJ<<J S.RAt { li i ;. 00101 10i 12d, iof 'the iI-h II.1'staff.
t~Ceical Physical Apparatus W. I'. loliler. '()2 hoc. ii lidi s
cceii cisitilo aitPori Ilnorcoo , re-
U. " e . 'id /0 rnt 0 rolerlir.
0 ~ 0 I ). Ii..'loo'nsir., '~ lit, 011000 iticr-
h,I l~tI:'i i5t& >ON. iiteatrooiof itliot public.scools,
s AVE0 EAR' D rks ' penta ri01t iiiiiflast week'.at the
0 ooioi-sioRAD ain 0noioniahoyit wasidefiiiitely
00il'iiiiO I) dcoiled lihaiia'blol goooe Noulld lie
Apo~~I layid'iiu to" freslhooan-osopomooooore
0 0' . co, r0H u S. fildh dav.i
Atlhtlit iii o('1ili mtnorlgthis
o 7eD~pr'I ~i~OTL c e theo Ii eclore s- illbe c o
s"'i'' iNTS' IlA IiQl'Aii'ii110. "{lioipvev ofl 'renrlo Art." 0 'I~Li
'-Boys," ''foyso'are0 okinor any000of000 ou0000' cture prom~isesto be one of li
fin s S'ake 'ioaicha i io e ieic' o te1- l
ofic oo'r i 00 to ' nts. You io'li suroely's5e mosout iiitcrcstolii i o hoc I' ily' iClob
thorn. i'clocki oiidier, Soundas.Special
010000. series.
There oill be no nioce lectuores ini
thie S. ('. A. coutrseeuntil 'May 58,
w ~ shen Prof. Kelsey will speak on the
n'r subject "iWhat has the Primitive
Church to say to Modern Christian-
7! Fort St., West, _ Detroit, Mich. itt'.
__________h_______ 'le annual Oxford -Camhbridge
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS race was rowed on the Thames, Sat-
- urday, and won by the Oxford crew.
P. 0. NEWS STAND The average weight of the 0Oxford
-70--5re was -a6c9 lbs., and that of the '
ltcum i l,1 a aga c . Cambridge crew 67 lbs.

% ii ' o o b11 oetr iing aiC ' 0 1 0
U 1). Plo t ,instructor10 at. 1 10
Prionictoni t wa1s0005 i tlcl t ioooncour-
age roi n 0 ,ooMid 1fs s lio'cool ointeresct
is shown, t.iuo establisho a tUniversity

C' . 0 (" ':10 0' 3i'o c s.000 .0 050 10,0
kTG INt O Es'
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'1imothyill1 tkiois, rcceoitly toneis-
urer of the Siouthierni Pacific Ra ils'ais '500ope'nofort' receptioofitp'oiils.
haos piros( itccl lis cillectionof itaroll J oooootzhzihihtMS'hhii'io'- 0,0.
ruod books.,oiiooiberioog 1,00 ol-
oumoos too Leloaonl i'tanorolt niii 0sits.
Proft. Aliono i ltliaomis, iot l8t 0000 00
t)iiivcrvity, is nowo at Rooiic 10000-00
Iooy lois studoies ini Itaoliano. lHe sil I Wagneoc & (CU., 3tcro'lioitit Tooll-
soooo retuornito lis lheadlquarters at O'it's tioftOriniti:f}' 0(1 00
Ocpl anlor opee i u-Ocascs iof loooks foc thc (beroitantohtcre'gulari'p1ce if siloiclois ftrott
Sctoooiar. 25.bO too8835.1)11foot 2.11)0 a
'T'ho libraries, laboraotries aooo
mousetus at Cornoell swill loreatter bc suit, 0100101 till first class. Also
opoen itn the summesor aondlitostruoctitotn130 Ipatternis of Trlltiscrirlgs, tbhe
given ino Iotatoy, Chiemiistry, Philos-
ophoy, Physics, Eniglishi, Latin,Greek, togizltti pr~ice of whchel is fromr
Frenchi,(German, Classical Arcbae- $7.00 to $1.00, for $6.00 a pair.
ology and tPhysical Ctilture.
'rTe following nanmed men have They are also offering somec de'
been chosen members of the Brown cided b argains in Heavy Under-
University Base-Ball Team : Iinds-
ley, pitcher; Gillet, catcher; Park, wear'. An inspection of goods
first base; Marks, second base;.Lar'
rabee, short shop; Cook, third base; and prices is invited',
Blair, left field; 3. Holbrook, center
field; Burnham, right field; substi-
lute, German. TWher above is subject
to Change at at y time.

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