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May 02, 1892 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE. THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGANI COMPANY.
News Wareroos, Corner of Mainl and Liberty Streets.

I will "Openi the Ball" by placing a: line stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find " 7mcczs x-' M v-t-cm S=o,"
2O5outh ForthAvenue, Ci ty.
YOUR GIRL Albanyv Law School
ES"PABLSHED 1:531.
Would appureciate a box ol thios ( COUREI oiny year. Three fulil ternis
required. Terms begin, September,
January and Marcel.
Fine ChocoateS ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
AT___ ___Corp: of Ituctrs and eourrs
.Degree of LL. B. Conferred.
C alkin'p Pharmaccy Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
Address the Dean or Seretary,

fA.nother I nvoice
A--ping Suits -~±
GO TO ---
r-For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
Ile has the LEADING SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ini Suitiiigs, TIrousci ngand
Silk Vestings inithecccty. Full Dress Sairises a Specialty. ,Pleatse call and examinie.
No. 2 Lust Washington St., noar Main.

TRY IT.I
AND ALL.
ieve-re rs forvai i
ATHLETIC + GOODS,

ALBIANY, N. Y.

CIGARS BY THE BOX
PIttsbi i;li Stogie., 0iIii ox,
"Pirodigy"'t isvinailonig filleri 11
G enui IliiiS0
S . &S. louqut. 5
(ireen Seal, r t
"Ilanner, iit)
S kippler. a 5
44 Main Street, South.

cll kind s aWrk ieaty
ltI donielstvrasionl ~iies.
1 iC;WSoth nivrsiityAve.
YOU (CAN GET
SEhat ypit ii iii, nutStheie 'wctilltSic
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical Physical Apparatus
C ) C. P. andr
Hai-(,Chmans, M inoscpcat Supplieas;
LEIERIICtI & SON.
SAViiii5 iiti oAN
O~GJ 0 YOh UROTAD
STUDENTS' iiEAIIQUAERSs.
-Boy,irfyo re looking 'reany it yiiir
friiini, taisch airii n th1e iOccidentailihoiel
office iforlvit iiicaminue. Yiowill siireliSOeO
tiiemi.aiveuo'clc ininer, Sundays. 5iiecial
71 Fort St., West, - Detroit, Mich.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
P.. a,1TE 3STAND
Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, Fine
Confeetiens, Cigars and Tobaccs.

CAMPUS,
At the tUiity Claibii-iii ght Prof.
deliolil iill talk ontD elsarte.
21 le wora of excaivating for the
Gillt. biiilding is nearly flnisheid.
\lr. Ames will examnie his classes
fit Illistorv of the Middle Ages,''
Tuestday.
tirof. 'Ten IBrookaretiurisedlSatuir-
clay troll a tooiwverts' visit witb
frieisds iiIDetroit.
D~r. Mactis left Satairday for Cold-
eater, to perform several important
opierations. He will reters tonior-
BMasses.Ilualrie. 'ust Ia, Rickcets
ainil Harivcyiventlro Delroit, Satuir-
day, In makse arranlgemnents for thie
cominig Reipublicais banquet.
Thte dale of the posltoned Atlel-
pii-Webster, debate has not, as yet.
beau fixed. (nithIe side of lt
Webster society, Mr. Sianiel, laiw
'93, was electediniithle place of Mr.
.Murdoch, who seas called honie.
Quite a large audience assenmbledl
it the Biaptist church of IDexter,
Saturday eveninsg 10 listen to the
elociltionary programmne given by
Miss Clara Kenyon, asaisted by WN.
I. Manny~ and Mr. James Eddy.
The Biological Society will meet
'n room g lu-morrow evening at 7
o'clock. H. S. Smith will read a
paper on "U. S. Experimental Slat-
ions." Another paper on i"Experi-
mental Stations in Canada," will he
presented by Mr. Price.

3iii ia, Pes BLLIALL FALL0?.S
10 n B x - .t{) Itleiaiuiy r refittedliiourgthe 1p1st siinis,
.1 , -, Nine much counter incoecin
I BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
1.-t t .s.1 TATE STlIIEET, ANN Al11l0ll.
{)" - - .1 5 - THE ARGUS,'-
1-q, S1'32
DEAN & COMPANY. F1J1 ~ &
AT L(OW PICiES.
'th-e Shiakespteare semtinatry class FIRST NATIONAL BANK
will disculss Richlard.ItI this sweelk. oANN ARBiOiR.
I. raink McGrath, phaurrnic, 'p9s, of Copitl, $100,Sl0i. SiurplusondiProfi, $30,nns
'Trainsants a genrl baokinguus insien, for-
TIoleido, sisitedul University friendsigexceange csold, letters or creduit picured
Saltirday fou rvierysibroad.
Saturday.. I15,iCHIONDt.Pres.1'.iBACH, 31'.s
Prof. Hudlsoinsill examsinse his 5. S dW. CKON, coskier.
class in tihe ,"H-istory of the s18th
Century ,"on 'T'hursday inext.
Thse inumber of students autltsa
tswo greatest institutionas of leang
in meicais U1. of ML, 2,64 S@HOOL FOR DIANINGOJ
Oiving to the iability to secure _Noss open for reception of iPipils.
the athletic Celii, the '92-'9; game ;,M WM MM, M 4- W-- -
swill be play ed oin the fair grounds,
today at 4 p. us Coimiplaintl is niade thtat somse1pcc-
The ploitical ceisss p1ro1ceds sontir iiersois iliclkte blossonis
slosvly. Students are urged to give r0111the floswer beds at tlse observa~-
their inmmediate atteistiont to thtis tort-. It is di fficiilt to believe that
matter it order that lisa comtnittee 'aity studcenitssoiild comimiit such an
nmay reitort sooni. offeiice. Let the flosvers grosw to
For seitior lasss wiio did not cc- adorit the observatory grounds, andi
ceiv e credit for 'Ports list year still thsus encourage thte tlanitinig01fismire
be given a swrittent exanationlii on for thse saime prplose.
te subjectabaturclay, May 14, be- J. E. Rciberts, N. J. Mctiuire, R.
ginning at, 21p. nm. The exansina- I.. Robterts, delegates, aisdlD. AV.
lions will he on tiae lectures dcliv- Y'ancey leave Wednesday to attenld
ered last year by Prof. Bigelosw. the contest and conventions of the
Them emubers of Prof. Hentpl's Nortern Oratorical League to be
class in the " Study of Spoken Eng- held at Evanston ncxl Saturday.
lish" have organized a philological Thsere will he plenty of entertain-
society. They propose to hold ment for these visitors as on Friday
weekly meetings for thle discusaion there will be a game of hall hetweell
of peculiarities in speech of the var- the University of Illinois and North-
ions sections of the country. The western teams, Saturday is to he
field-day there, and in the eveninlg
U. of M. is a good place for such( of the same day a reception is to he
study, all parts of the country he- tendered all delegates to the conven-
ing represented here. tion.

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