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May 07, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR OROGAIN COMPANY.
News \aroroon s, (CorneiriofAMairn andl Liborty- Streets.

I will "Open the Ball" by placing a ine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find Ti~m v'sR ioxoSomz=,
25 South Fourth Avenue, Caty.

A nother j] nvoice
___ors=E

YOUR GIRL
Would appreciate a box of thiose
Fine ChocolateS
AT
Calkin'~s Pharmacy

Albany Law 8chool
ESTABiLISHEIKlIi.
COUIRSE, one year. Three full terms
required. 'terms begin, Septemnber,
January and March.
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
Degree of LL. B. Conferred.
Fall Terre of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
Address the Dean or Secretary,

Sp ring $uitp

T - l--__

GO TO -- '
For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
llie ste LEADING SPRING AND SUMKMER GOODIS in Soiliogs, Trouserio .5an
Silk Vt slugs in theciy. Full Dress Suitiegs a Specialty. Please call and examne.

TttY IT. ALB3ANY1, N. 1'. j No. 2 East Washinm
CIGARS BY THE BOX.
R ErJOLLiY & J60.j Pittsbuirglh Stogies, 1011 in Blox, - - - $1.00
SELL . his"Podigy" Stevens long filler, l_00 ie Box, . . $.0
SELLosqet' 11" - - - $3.60l
"Gseeae Seal' 50 " - - $3.12
AND ALL "Banieer." 51"' - - X3.12
nelC xui12 'u cpplEca8, "hully Boy,' 50) " ' - . - - 51.55
Leave~Oreres tor al"Skipper," 0" ' - - .5
ATHLETIC + IGOODS. 44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

gtorn St., near Main.

BILLIARD PARLORS
Elegantly rtoasted daring the putt stumme,
Slice lanehcosunter in connectien.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, AINN AIIBOR.
---THE ARGUS%-
AT LOIW PRICES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OPL ANN ARBIOR.
tCapital, X00,0000. Surptlus adetoiti es, $30,00it
eign oetantesold, letters ot credit ptoue'
tor lestv'lees oabrtad.
C. If. RItCHMOND,. Poet. P. BACls V. ires..
S. W,5CItAItnusti, LCasier.

11Al1 kindtofW~ok neatly
1 doeresontable prices.
310 South Lnitveity At e.
YOU ()AN GET
I/t'tYou rcrt, oldtheI/ ic c will Se
,iy/t. at
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical Physical Apparatus
Q C.P. and
sate Ceamicals, Mictoscopical Supplies.
EBERBACII & SON. -
E HAVE EAR~NEDA
LENSHORQU R1RS.
ofcOe amiuts YUillTAtyDEe
Ti~~ FortStp.Weat ouDtrHos.ch
LTEAV EAOURTRERS
them. ieo'lckderSunsANDcia
rates. e.MgtZXO. etelaa.Fn

CAMPUS.
P~rof. SIcotl expects lo gotabtroadt
Thle gradulation tfece111om1'92 tane-
dictates for it degree is itots cue.
Jones, '9o itedic,lnots' pralcticing
in11 tioit tity, visited the hospital
yesterdlay.
M~r. I. G. Leightley, formlerly witha
92 laws, was the gtuest taf thle S. A.
E. yesterslay.
Instruictor F. C. Newocombe is in
Detroit today, to secsure nmaterial for
laboratory work.
Thte S. A. E. Fraternity gave a
very pleasant 1101 last evening at
the Ladies' tibrary.
Several bicyclists took a 25 mile
ride by way of Saline on Wednesday
evening, returning at midnight.
Hathorn, '93 lasw, who was
seriously injured in March while
junsping, leaves for honme today.
The crowded condition of the bul-
letin boards in the main hall show
unusual activity in the student body.
The '95 Banjo Club makes ita first
psiblic appearance at the '95~ class
social at Newberry Hall this even-
ing.
Six boxes of government docu-
ments were received by the library
this week, consisting of about 15oo
volumes.
Mr. Ryan and Mr. Towle hav'e
been chosen on the Castalian board
in: place of Mr. Janette and Mr.
Smith resigned.

The NIMathlematical Cltub still not
meect this cveinitg Satorday, NIlay 7.
'the papter by Mr. Lymn ll be1t~
po(spsonledtone sweek.
M1r. 'Slax Winklcr still dlelisver thte
last lectture olfItis coutrse on ''ter-
man IHumtlanism"l' 'ilnIte Unitarian

Ift. S. Gray, lit '93 left yesterday G N
for Ludiitgton, Ps'jic., to accepot a 1ITM1
positiono with a lumnber fires it that SCHOOL FOR DANCINuiG
plac. He swill return to school this
flall. T ow opetn for receptiots of Puipils.
Prof. Kelsey coittucts the Sunday
morning S. C. A. nmeeting. His _______________
subject is, 11ithat has the Primitive'i
Church to say to PItoder (Chiristian- ,
ity' ?"
A new S8o-p~ound roller for the PHLOTiOGRAPHER
campus was cast Thursday by one NO. 12 W. HURON ST.
of the foundery sections. The pat-
tern sues made by a class in wood- The Greek seminary class, con-
work. sisting of about 2o members enjoyed
Prof Sctt ondctstheexali-the hospitality of Prof. and Mro.
nation on the recent Detroit uniter-ISoelatngathirpast
sity extensonot course in "The Inter-hoe Annjybetm wahd
prettio of rt"at ~etrit hisby all who attended.
prettio ofArt at etrit his The P~si Upsilon base-hall team
nooring.beat the Zeta Psi's, yesterday after-
Thee 'Varsity and '93 lits played noon, at 4 o'clock, on the fair
an right inning game on the campus grounds. Score, 6-o. The Psi U's
yesterday, resulting in the score of meet the 1). K. E's this nmorning at
13 to 8 in favor of the 'Varsity. The 9 o'clock, also on the fair grounds.
game was devoid of any special fee- The pharmacy department, abont
tures. Robinson and Bowen pitched 8o in number, adjourned yesterday
for the 'Varsities while C. A.° Bowen morning via the 7i50 train to De-
troit. Under the- charge of Prof.
pitched for the '93's.- T. J. G affey, Stevens, they visited the manufac-
'92 law, a spectator, was hit by a tories of Parke, Davis & Co., and
foul ball and pretty badly stunoned. Frederick Stearns.

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