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May 06, 1892 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

BIARGAINS!

BARGAINS !

_ TWO SPECIAL ONES.,
YACHT CAPS,
MI\ade from Bedford Cords-tile new goods-all colors-
worth $1.00O, for
E50 C0In rws =&i~scm
NECK WEAR,
Four in liand-Tecks and Windsors-.all the new shades,
worthf50c, onr Iprice
275 C0NWS_
SEE OUR WINDOWS.

Spring Suitings.

Latest Styles of Hats.

I YRGE LINE OF TRUNKS AND) VALISES.
No bl Y 11N1' 01 NECKWlEAll, 011 , 115T(. ,01
THE J. T. JACOBS COMPANY,

ANN ARBOR.

27 and 29 MAIN STREET.

T I3 KAY TO TI-IE S2TUT20C ENI OOS TIO-E' EOTT
THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES.TENSGOSTMOR'BOKOE
710-105 WABASH, AVE., CIIIC AGO. Compllete New stock just received. Nottintg btt ew, fresh gots.
SEND FOR OUR MANUAL. htNtO. o6MmTo-uz= z sm- a. - ANAAem Oem

7, T

BDUSINTESS PILEOTOLY.

SEASON 1892. scr w'
Arriin eidiailt. New Stck if LAWiN TENNIS ItA C1IQUITS J"and( ALL KINDS S)01" SI't)liTINC LIVERIY, HACKO AND) BA(GAG(,LINE-1
GOODS. Watch tor our Prices. Lowest in the 0".ees roptelyanded to.iiiii, i.
Telephone (18. 21 N. Main St., opp. os lfii.cile.
W 7"AKRI S TJNhTUT S TW QO STOR .,
TIRE - EXCELISOR - I'AUNiuiRV
?O SOUTH STPATE STREET. Speller';,01(1 Standt. Has all the imoproved msachinery, andi is pre
________________________________ pae otnotis class wiork o hort asno-
"T ice. tCommnercia workhtssened otia mentitdays
r EWESTE RN MtCH IGAN COILLEGE StePrces neasonaahie a
to (CIatered aniiingorporieed.)f{ A N D AL L Ea . M.MARTIN,
G-ZZ DR -T),MC _! FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. y, CaetIN
NOTED forits1R11id YCt1S,.Peae tdnt o n olg rsin lt aktMetallic
le shoistecutyMILNRAN AR GOD!bits t CLIlOlt(iURlSES. Pceparees er he degree.sand imis at tthe broadetestlure atndtMLIEYAN R OD AND COMMON Ctlfi'INS.
the mts t atii A l rA suTIlt l I~~N ~eulateN tcii slais iei30 East HurSeetc,
For ts ORM1, NN)I1 CI~fRS "IRAIINGDE[~t HEW.Speialattntin gvenRINSEY & SEAI3OLT,
tt peparactiiot torcsxatitntionttnttilltisittao_________
leew its li dt.I ND) lINE AIlTI'ltlIi972I'TFXON' , Sneil its Noiw iii r Uitleti usIlkiers andiSdealers itt
sell its ti I'A. ANDSH ltOTtAND )IItIITtIIF.N , tse letadiig seltssi 01fhbusitness. QflZTX Tf AxT A Groceries, ProvisionsFiour and F eedl,
r tihesetremelyitmodlesateextpetnse to tudiens alttdi. Itte extiense taccount: cn elists i S L(atnS t.tttstitgttDt
o dlwrw tieus tianats tsisy othell educastiontiisal intitutitsnitteeoutry, indtial~tctle UJolStL. , 6an 8E.W sigo St

ttitie ie y e li tssico rtiact le. fserNsltu tirn isi
A. 1. VEREX, 'residenl.
Control Of the Athletic Field. Assiociatin oust saree to swaler itie
grouunuds all nest sunmmier at its uswn
lii e Atiiletti oarilnetl in Alpha expetnse, itfivater he pltin iithe grandl
it h ail laot nigpht. IProf. Rolfe siandi.
ptresentedl tie tollowvinig comuinica- ftctouse the agr eemuentiis siiljcct
lion fromiilres. Aingell, in ansiwer i tint the applroval iif tine oard iof Re-
the reiquest for the use of the atihletic eiii s othicli tmeet siext week. 't'he
fieil for the rest of thie year. Bort of Directis agreed tinacctept
-The directors of the Athletic ieirifil 1 hs eno
thegrondson hes tems. The
Associatioin are tioosae contriil if treasurer svas iiiotructed tlo sell tickets
the atlletic fieltd for thoe remainider tin hoyosmilder tovelve at a twventy-
of thoe college year untler the gesoeral five cent rate. The Tirack Athletic
directin of thoe advisory boarsd. Conmnittee reptorted that a program
They lierehy pledlge themselves to load heen prepoaresd for a field day,
keep the groundts ln goodI conitiin, hot if the track coutldl noitlie put irs
injuring themlnonismsore than is inevi- csoditiona 10 field stay coiuld bnc
tabile fronm thoe use that miay lie eld, as the fair grounds are also
ailowtesdhy the asdvisory board. It unfit for use. The conomittee w05
is distinctly uioderstoosd as one of instructeil to hring here, 'sr. Fitz-
the conldition~s of the complete con- patrick, trainer of the il. A. C. to
trill ly tioe directors of the asstocia-seifterakcudbptino-
ion thoat thne groundls shall nint he ditioni in time for use this spring.
rented or let tosanasy organieatiio, or _ -0- --
personsioot consoected swith tloe Ui~- Record of the Clubs.
versity. Tihe associatiosn is entitlesd
under tlis arrangemetnt to the full 1 he greatest weakness of the col-
gate receipts." lege teams in general, this year, is
:Prof. Rolfe added as a farther at thoe hat. Must strikingly is this
condition of receiving tile grounsds the case in the work of Yale asnd.
Itoe rest of the year. The Athletic Harvard. They seem to have stored

IT IiLL PAY YOU. Sbhlnid Seolttl, Nets(- -
llnildineO2t10 stlh Slate Sireet.
asway their hattinog clothes its somte Q 1 VE 7 JR { spoopsfl
siiig c ornier; pe rhatis thoey ate keel- cii 11 CCE
ipg thiemnoliwsiar later ini the seasitn, --'l'
boui their effiirts t<) knockl5ithe aill ARNOLD'S, - 36 Main St.
over the fielilers dloes not alliiivfur
such a niethiod of reasoninig. 'sit I taxlwh' td an hlha'iihh
the strangest part of their swork is Catau10 t,00 tSiittlit es'sss~iis, Sitosut(.
thtliw eotheoy are comtpletely tie- l oet aenercal ttssssisse busissess. Pasin t-
ceivesd at the llate, thoe owork of thii cpst ~o fr oetll
II..E MItIt, lees. F. II. lll'lnlOI, Cashier.
respective pitchers,ilooversIloose, lsssnh oenSattusdaveeig
Htighlanuds anti totes, is of the piho-
noea odr t is aentirely dtie AllRlAilior Stu lILalllry.'
towekes t h btthat the teams __
in iuestion owe the defeat ihey sos- WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED,
tainedl at tie hands of the tTliversiiy SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS,
of P'ennsylvaiiia. Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave.
It may lbt saidl nowi, oith a feeling
of certainoty, thoot unless there is a' 0. K. BARBER SHOP
decidedl inmprovemnent in the hailing
Masthl issin, ettttsetitt. Ituceltits'ilts.
of the cillege cliiis enteredl for I Sittisneetatls cotnntd with enelshilut.
inter-collegiate hoiiiors at the cud of J~. R. ,mTROANo3WSIKI,
the present mo nnth the chiampiono-I
ship racestill lbe tie sost exciting thr'srglekoni er . 1E ssttgst 1.AssAteOilsas
pichrs srugl noliinyers-Ann Arbor Savings Bn
)ick" Ingleovood, in The Campus. AnBro i, allSack nkhoo
Ssurplas, $10)Q.
- - " f Org*aniacti under the General Banking faws
of tkis state. Receives Deposits, hays and
'The )emocrats at Princeton have sels exckange ass Ike princtipal ities of Ike
United Stales. Drafts csed apon proper
organized a Cleveland Club to carry id~lSentia N Ofcrs:
osn systematic campaigns work. W. D. HARRIMAN, Vine Pres.,
>tCnss. Rsstceca, Cashier

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