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April 26, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-04-26

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

..'.Y cnYour New fat o Ovecot bfoe vacation. You know
Yonuxwiiluned some NEW SPRING NECK WEARI
to show the people.

Spring Suitings.

Latest Styles of Hats.

LARGE LINE OF TRUNKS AND VALISES.
NOBIIY LINE OF NE.CKWEAR, E15 Is , ? A'I
THE J. T. JACOBS COMPANY,
RBOR.k 27 and 291 MAIN STREET.

T~ TT~Q VI~F
ANN A:

THE FISK TEACHERS ' AGENCIES. TN I OD TYOEsE0S01
106-105 WABASH AVE., CHI(,'AGO. Complete New Stock just received. Niothing but new, fresh goods.
SEND FOR OUR MANUAL. NO. 6 SOLTT3 MA=N T ., - ANNTIT AR OR.

==7S7 -zi6-= 71717 =lR7s7

iBUSIINESS DIRECTORY.

SEASON 1892.G-LSQW'
Arriviniediv New Stock of LAWN TENNIS IIACI{QIJETS and ALL _KNIIS 011- SIiTI GfS LIVERY, HACK AND B3AGGAGE LINE,
Ordees fr rincese,paiecs, wcdddings, etc.,
GOODS. Wa'tch for our Prices. Lowest inl the ("AY.Telehonepromtly atee t. Ps lic
~ ~OT OT~ ~THE -. EXCELISiOR - I,AL'UIPR
~O SOUTH1 SIALE STREET. Speller"'s Old Standl. Ban all the improed mahinccy, and is pe
padtosIstucn eat ficat clans woek en elect no-
__________________ tice. Commercial workturned out saeme day
THE W STERNMICHI AN CO LEGE. . _Prices reasonable and woek Tgeeanteed.. No
l 1i-{AN ALIL t0 Eat Huona t. A . F(OJli'1. P7 tietici.
ChececedandInoa-licete 1O. M. MARTIN,
C A1if1 SAPfIJS. MIOCdLFINE PHOTOGRAPHS, # DEALER IN
,OTE D for its I'R EPARAI TOR l OIRStES. Pepaeres students tec any collcge oc cidn-MLIERAN AT 10S!IClGh akBs etli
FoaislOEEl ti CRene. Prepaesefteethe degrees and eaisat the breadet cultueeand MLIEYADATGOSi ClothCasketsCMetalli
theemost practical results.30EsHuoSte,
.r I>A 7 An,l A 1 L'?Q lI IV I' r)teciT-ec SN11lit. Intin i~n

aoepactin otexsamination end teachine.
Fee its MUSIeC AND Icove; ,AeRIJECAIIME'NYTS, Secoed to.NXiie iMithe Unitedl Stateesc
loe its COMMERCIIAL AND) SlelellJlANre DEPARiTMENT, the leading-school it buasiness.
Foe the eatreemely meoderete expense to stedents attending. The expenaeacocoauat can he fig-
iced loerc with us than at e'ytothee educatienal institustien in tha ecaintey, end at the
saestaime livewecllad coamforteble. aveythingtfurnishedl.
A. E. VER]EX. President.

INTER-COLLEGIATE.
Little Mlurpliy, captain ania short-
stiop of tihe I ale team, is a brother
of 'Mturphy oil). A. C. fatie.
The Pritnceton ?iott-h aveti Asseo-
ciatiote has requoiredl alilnien faiiing
to rn the quarter mlie sitder 56fi
to dlrop oit. Tue iowvest iiaifmile
linmit swas set at 2. 12 andth ie mile at
4.45.
One of the features of the 'Ui-
v ersity Extention wvork conduted~t
by tile Univ. of Ill., consists is a
list of subjects for courses of lec-
tures to be deliveread before county,
teachters' institutes during the vaca-
tionmlonthls-
All memibers and sitbstitutes of
Nlale's Toot-Ball teamti of last fal
have been presentedl by the associa-
tion with a blue silk trophly flag
with the players nanie and polsition
andth ie imost impsortant scores,
woorked thereon.
The University of Illinois wiii
htave a minstrel pertornmance-
It is said that at Bay Viewv the
hotel dining room girls are largely
college students-Albion Pliad.

De Pauw Quartette. !
The entertainment given Saturday
evensing, the 16th, ude the atte-
pices of tile Baptist Young Peopie's
tUnioni by- theIDe lPautv Quartette,
deserved a better attendlance than it
received. The music selections were
woell givent, shtowing giocd voices and
trainling, tbot the best feature was
tile hiumorist, .\lr. C. A. Houighi,
who renderedl all his lumbers in ii
natural and11inrtecestingnianiter.
The Oratorical Association.
The OrIatorical Associationll heldi a
spirited mleetin~g Thursday eveniing,
tile 141th. Tile resignation ot dir.
Yancey, as delegate to Evanston,
wvas aceceptled. At Mir. Yanceys
mlotioni 1. 1L. Roberts wvas electetd
t0 tile positionl. As was exipectedl,
S. C.- Spiczer placed his resignation
before tile association tier action, baut
it was laid upon the table. Several
amndnments to tile constitutioti sere
presented;,-5hichl will be 1ubished
in the DAMly before 111e next meect-
in~g, that they may receive dtue cotn-

-. TAKE AI Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
Snun llBD JJ CU~tS. 6eand 8SE.Wahingtn Sa-
IT WILL PAY YOU. Shoethand Schoal, New
Building, te South State Streect. P
sidieratioll by the members before U E I -- 1o~
bleinlg calledl tuponl 1toloe iolthe O V JR ..
muatter. -A'T-
A large attilence shioswedlits ap- ARNOLD'S, - 36 Main St.
precciation of tile efforts oiftile Jeffer-
soni an Society filly to recognietelitdylniesr f teltro-aita,$000 urlsadPqit $17,000.
hero,. rile address of the eveningosots geneeallaking biusiness. Pays tn-
t~Ieest on Saving Dlepositsa.sBeefety
by I Iiii. W. H. Russell, of Detroit, D~epotsit Bxsnforenet.
B . KEVPIC, Praes. 1i. H. BELSEB, Ceshie.
received libseral applause. ITe lak ovn Satur da eveningc
mlusiral ipart of thle rogram dceservs i nmn(fne -m~-a,
sipecialumenltioni. AlesIDasvis'ipianoA ArorliSIIR IdIILatlLI.
solos swere, as iusutal, up to the high --
standard of hler executioni. Miss WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED.
Imogene Dulnhlaml has a peculiarly SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS.
sweet voice anld delighted hler auiii- Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave.
celC ly well renderetiseelectioiis. . -. AR-R- HO
H arvarid recenitly htired Suillisvaii
1,Bat osi conieton. ecelis hits.
of tile News York teame, to pitchtho1 Showe Bat~uh cituected with eachI ul.
tile nien for prartice., J. R. rTROJANO WS KI,
NwiriicE.-Season tickets to thle- 1 3 B. SWshngten St., Aun, AerborFichigun.
baseball -gam~es on sale tomlorrowv ______
mrigat 9:oo, in the mlainl hall. Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Price, to mlembiers $I. 5o, to others AnAia~reieh. Capitalistock, $5,000,
$2.00. Surplus, 10.000.
Organized undser the General Banking Lawn
NO-i C [.-'-Tiere will be a1 meetinlg of this staeRceesDepeosis,huys and
sell exhang ontheprini al ecities of the
of the Athletic Boiaridi Alphia Nua United States. Dreaftsahesupon proper
Fail, Tuleday eveniing at 6:3G. ieCiaions-aa Mce.,
S. C. SIITree Pro;.s W. D. HARRiMA.N, vine Pres.,
CRAR.B. . HISCOCK, Casie

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