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May 02, 1892 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

BOYS!I
We have nobby things for you in Negligee Shirts,
Nl,et.mr. Onte t1int.....b -wan

Spring Suitings.
LARGE LINE

Latest Styles of Hats.

OF TRUNKS AND VALISES.

1V Ct:I

Conic and see themn.
STHE TWO SA.MS.
AN N Alt

N()1313Y LINE OF NECKIWEAR, NTC.I ETC., AT
THE J. T. JACOBS COMPANY,
ZBOR. 27 and 29 MAIN STREET.

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THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES. TEITNIS GOOPS AT MOOR0IE'S BOOKSTORlE
I06-105 WAl}ASI[ AVE., CHICAGO. comeite New Stock just received. Notintg lbit t c, fresh 9goo1s.
SEND FOR OUR MANUAL. NO. 6ti0Swsa'waa .O--.iN 101., - AN12N ARZ~Oac.

-' ,74

'L-USIITLSS JDIL.EOIOLY.

SEASON 1892. I Grzz r s~ti'ow'S
Ari'ivsiiss diily. Ness'Stock of LAW-N TEINNIS IRAC QTFTS taid ALL IK IND)S 0" SPORT'ING vgvSlttomNIIJi I, d IN
GO D . Watch for our Prices. lowest in theite ' . OTitsforirmptit etlundef+id d (, tc.,
A Rs I \'=R ZY ZOOTKSTO --__ _
.THEa . I :- c~x f x~2iSJ.OR- I,AN .zIUV
c> SOUTH S_1. ATE .rSriSTREET. Spllr' d0(1Stand. al heiunit oedit tictittioi iandi s pe
Cic ieeecit w k ii i itc rl.to'it
IHJE WESTERN ZMI(IIGAN C(OLLI GE 1LiT A '1\T'\TNA T T 2 Esrasn

(Cluitte citant Iiierlwated.} --- ~ U U X .
0- zA1.K Z7 01.4. TT)S. TC tcr_ FINE PHOTOGRAPHS,
-NOWT-D fitic 'tiiN'Ai IATO)iYI' Oi'iiii. trepaesecs'udetns ifertny eccttcorgcien-
tf icnnholit) i''ittiiuntry. Pcne u tc tccs ii atcn u ii- MILLINERY AND ART GOODS!
Forii Xit tM1, i SIC ANPT 'i'SAi'O)~lt35 '' I'S "1t~., Sconto : o"illN the iiinit' tactes ite

0. M.MARTIN,
DESALEISIN
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND OOt~tN COItiiNS.
RINSEY & SEAEOLT,
Bak~ceiiiand idel esin

'ii is i(Jii.tlih;ttctIA . tt1.50ti ~i t'i'iiANO OefisiPtiei7;S'rthe leadiiing schooltmmIti ieisci
For teexticesnimiderate'cciicnce t imtiieitciitattenin.'The expensceccomunit citl e ig-
urticdiiinoer ittitiht miitnthamer I(Ancaitnins iictitiomin. h onr, n t~h
A. T;. VIE EX, P'resident.

Castalian Meeting.
'fie lIdependiets of te class of
19, held a mteeting Saturday tutorut-
ipg So discutss tite possiilty ittipit-
lishiing, ttastalian tiet year. After
considinth. ie sariouts tpltnspro
ptosed itivas idetertminedl Sialtte In-
uependeitis ot. '<); shtouldilshita
Casstalian. 'lTe iboard ofleditiors
scere intsrutctedto Staiske stctsteps
is swoutitdsarrant She success of te
tastalian. Thte bioardl, as elected,
is as folso's: Misses A. Tanner, J.
Fddy. V. Dutffy, Ml. Siorgesscwto
scere electedi Sy sicciaatioit, andt
M\essrs. 1. K. Friedmni, F. i;.
Niekoisot, tC. I). Joines, GI. S.
'Toiwle, .. Balwin.
Commnuication.

itt studttes atS te I'.of Al. are jet
sery imotderate ;circumttstances, atitido
nt feel like pauyinug iSty cets for
every hail gamte playedi here, besidies
gisito nDietroiSo yell Stir teboys
whien pattes are iplayedltere.TSite
iea thtat lhcre are ottly a certains
numsber StiatillS1attensd a billiganme
aniyswauy lisiotcvalidi. 'To lie sure
tere are ltoseitat swill1attendti S
anty cosStutitite oter calls for
monileyiteavseraige sttudentcaitnot
afford So ito so, howsesver idesiroutslie
may lie to see sitletics SIiris. IS
is te oiioittsof ttanytsy Slt ore
tisoieyswottld lieniatde b h ie assn.
ciatisnamutcht la'rger critd isecuired,
atct conseqiuently tmore enltusiasm
titatnifestetd i ifte price oittd'siini
swere reiduced., I

SHOQRTHAND TAK EA Groceries, Provisions,(- our and Feed,
CO}LESE. 5iind Ilc. WashintoinSt.
IT WcILPAv YOU. ShotnehtuleitNtew cc-- __
ilingi20 SutStiaste Set.
Ritewc; a simuilar plictiontothSep ,.rf-"~~
Val air Jo urnaiitwts sittedislit tSO.I'JA.k + 11 J'J I.
fail in She Lasw School olfSVale tUrii- -A'T'
versity. 'lThis ws aolowediss by tyhii ARNOLD'S, - 36 Main St.
establishmuuentof te It-collite
Lawt5 Jouirtnalm pubitheditiii in IjI 4 ' It t11 1 S.
Vork, atndilaterity te estabiitsitmtet t I'tiiti. $'Oillll000, ipt a rrdIi it it 1.'ii ,0tt1i.
iftS e Sis'M ichigitia ssaw surtial itt the t)( l i i enciui itii iklii*5tinc'c.s is i
Liss School at Anti:arbor.-ILx. isce<t oniScm inm Iteptiite. iii ciaitti '
'iToda'ylBrtosntiplay s its iirst gattie Banik ovinitit Out iiietlt' ng
Sith lieseastits siths Vale.
nt ci . h oce t S t le t io of teSu n s L e ur A s itio titi il l W O R K CA LL IID FO R entl I ELIV E1II D ,
Notire oith ~e elecitinswililibe given SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS,
it iteSut.Office 23 South Fourth Ave.
Ii'is 5F. '. zSs 5Pres. _- _____
rn()s of -Mlie Dofi theatiy ice thyOi.K. B.A.PBEIRSHOP
ciass ch i ns hiu ip gaimes, atitiall i.Rthtit intiii lteneltli. ocli u
of the miatchi gatesciiil hi. playedh ciiiii,'c liitii coiiiicnted'ith cit '.i'ibt
upon0 tetness'Athletic lield. 'titose ; ,1t, ''~ANOi'S
wcho wctitess thtese galles are ce- wses
muestedctSo seep scltin lice grandlItOI.Wetlnul 5.,AnAliiMile.
stand. Nohody cci lie allowed
.withint the enielosure or upcon te f Ann Arbor Savings Bank
track. 'is is necessary in order to Anln Arbl ichel. Capitastoclek, $5,000,
keep the field in condition, allndl Ois lldsurlus 00,000.i lshn Lw
requested by use Board of Regents, ofthis state. Receives Depoits, busi and
which owns the field. A strict ob- unitxned tS. th sheupj eosnerthe
servance of Ibis rule is desired., HRSTIfAioss. Oltel ree
RAuil1 STONE, Manager. ' WISD.HARRIMNIa, "ice Prs.
j CAS. R. lHISeCC, Cashier

I

TOi tc'eSt. t nDAIL. Tue lpresenit college year has been
O~f late, there has been consider- mnarredi hy a rapid growthl of college
able complainit mamie, tiecause of the journalism ni a particular depart-
,irice of admission charged to ball ment, vie., in t4 lawschlools. The-
games. The price does not seem to subject matter is almost entirely the
be in proportion to other entertain- lacy. 'The students of the L.aw
ments here at the University. It is School of Harvard University have
a welt knowno fact that the majority for souse years published theLstaw

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