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May 10, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-10

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
AR IS! TWO SPECIAL ONES. BAGIS Spring Suitings.
YACHT CAPS,
Made from Bedford Cords-the new goods-all colos- LARGE LINE
worth $1.00, for
E50 0:E3ws r_
NOBBY LINT
NECK WEAR,
Four in hand-Tecks and Windsors-all the new shades,
worth .50c, our price THE J. T,

Latest Styles of Hats.
OF TRUN KS AND VALISES.
E0O NEWEAREC, iTC., AT
'. JACOBS COMPANY,
27 and 29 MAIN STREET.

SEE OUR WINDOWS.

ANN ARBOR.

] OO ' 2H SU N TENIS GOOBS AT1MOOR EOS TORE
THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES.
106-108 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO. Complete New Stock jest received. Notibi tt new, dccsigoodls.
SEND FOR OUR MANUAL. NO0 SOU2T IT .2 ., - ATOTT 200Th

7T,,T ==7S7 2' " =7

BUSINTESS DIRECTORY.

SEASON 1892. Gm ~ c '
Ar1riving4 daily. New Stock of LAW N TEi N1S hRACKQUETS and ALLr KIN I>) OF SPORTING LIVERiY, HACKd ANDI IiA66AGE LINE.
Ordrs or rais, arteswedddingsete.,
GOODS. Watch for our Prices. Lowest iii the t';r tetieepromptly atten~ddis.
Teepoe 5j. 21 N. Main St., cii. Posi Office.,
THE - EXCEL~sSIt - I.A1TNI'1tV
20 SOUTH STATE STREET. Speller's Old Stand. Rat all ihe imprcved mchinery, acni is ire
____________________________________pared tc tern oc isct c claseok en shitetnc-
tice. tComciceial worik turnedeoui cameiday-
( TlT i 'e Piec eeasnabnlie andtiork guairanited. No
,(T 1 V B S 1'R N vIiCHI(GA N COL EGE i ATT..) T2A Et.ciHien ci. At.'. COT'I'Ilt, Ii eis-icir.

(Chartered and Intcporated.)IN i{-a I J& L
C AWD 7TO A-PIDS, TSICIEL FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
N OTED fr teesiiPREiPARA.TOY (tISEti. Prepnres studenie tee any cllege o cien-
tific school ite counicy.MILNR ADATGO S!
Foce its CLLEGE OtOtURSES. Preparecsiforte degrececsad aicsntthe brondest cuitueandtMLIEYAN R OD
the mosi practici cesults. 3b Ea-...-stLst lHcroc Street
Cc iis 2dlRI~A L AND TEACtIMii-' TIAI CNODEPAii5UtIENT. Seilatningiven
isotpceparatioin fee examination cani teachinz.apetstic

DEALEE IN
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COMMON COFF~INS.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Binaesand idealers in

For is iO'iiEVIuiIAL ANi) SitiiTI{A Di DEi'AiT.tNTT, tie leading scihctlI of iiiiinecs.
Foc ihe extriciiely imodecatieipcnse iitoituenitisaiiendiiig.Tue citpenseaccountiiiianiibeic ig-
cciii loe itihiiuie iiaiiatanyiiii eceduaitionailiiiiiiiiinsiuin iiiehe cutntry, aid aijthe
A. E;. VEIREX, Prfesidlent.

Sophomore-Freshsman Fieid Dav-
Nowy that it is definitcly settleil
that the running track ott the .kth-
leti. Fild catn tic tsel, lpreparationts
twill tic compitlletd to hold the Sophi-
orntore-l.reslintan fteld-day, Ma a r.
The follointg programii sill be
run oft: too andl 200 yarilstdashtes;
-sile run; a-utile bicycle racc; pt-
ting thte it-potundl shot; thtrowving
the ti6-piouind hanmner; rtunninglilgis
junmp; rcunning 1h01) step and jumtp;
lightI, middle anti heavy weight
wrestlinig; relay race and ball game.
All are scratch events, thte msan. com-
ing in first scoring five points, the
secondl ran two points and third,
one point. Tlhe ball game counts
seventeen points.
Entries can be nmade with Messrs.
Shields, Feibel and Wentworth, of
'94; and Messrs. Btaird, Wagnser,
and Neal, of '95.
INTER-COLLEGIATE.
A gentlenman of Andover, has of-
fered a gold medal to the member
of the Andover nine whose batting

average is highest at the eit of the
season.
Prof. Johni WilliamitNN'hite, of
H arvardl, says the "Crimtsont,"ex-
pesd5 to tail for Eurolpe in Jutly of
this year andtoi retuain there unttil
Septenmber, 1 893. lie till go as
tirofessor of Greek at the Anmerican
Schoottl of Classical Stutlies at Alt-
ens, and Dr. Frank IP. Tarbell, wvho
will accopay him, is thse permsan-
ent tdirector for five years. Profes-
sor Whitesnsain duty will be the
interpretation of scrl passages tn
tite writers of aiscieist Greece as re-
fer to cisc topography anti non-
mnits of Athens, and D~r. Tarliell
will have gettersl charge of the
schsool, atad will lecture ott epigraphty
and architecture.
While we devote our tinse to thse
history of Ancient Rome and Greece
wve are prone to forget our own, the
history of every day as it is record-
ed in the newsapapers. It will he of
more practical value to know the
world around us so as to be able to
talk iteligently with our neighbors
tisan to relate the history of Medi-

'? 'T TAIKE A Groceries, ProvisionsFiour and F eed,
S~oR1i 17 tl D COURE, 6and 8E. Wasiton St.
IT WtILt PAiY SOt7 Shecrthaind Schiool, Neic
11 liii 5x 26eaoth Si i i S i et
Icral Euiropte befitre an asscnibly of OiJVjPTRJj ( SPOOT)S
savantsl, though tiot so lcarnicdl
The inability of the tuajority 1)1 the
nienmbers of the class in cosstittion- ARNOLDS, - 36 Main St,
al history lt tell the tiame of thI
Secretary of lForeignsAffa~tisfor t11a I ' IlISin l
England is .ailltustralitinofte tapiit, V5,1st.SurplusmPoitss 1,,o0s.
r oesit gienecil Bankinigbsinies. Pays ini-
ptoint. 'iWhile studinkeghistory let - icestisitSainig Dctitsits.Hitsafety
cit nt foget o kel) pslet alsitti~ iD-tiosit Boesiftee [ent.
us otforetto ee pote abutR.KEMPC, Pees. F. 51. BtIEt.Ct, Cashtier.
thte svorltd in wvhichi we lite-Dhaily B_____ ank omen Satutrday evening.
CAdinldefeated tOlivet yesterday Ml rir8o ~ lliy
12-7.-
- -4 . __ WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED.
No~ri-e. itreshmntwillintg toen- SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS.
ter souse event of the Sophottsore--
ftreshtman fielldutay swill report on Office. - 23 South Foueth Ave.
the A4thletic *iielil Thutrsday sfter-
ntoon oir tandi their tattes to \tVag ( Q K. BARBER, SHOP
ncr, Blairdi or Neal. C01i. tahEtiiaciintta Cce can
EXCURSION. iitceatiieteithaiii
Toledo vs. St. Paul.,5 R ROAj SJ
30 E. WashintSt, Anti Arbor, Michigan.
A leaigae gaiti of base-bali will be
played in Toledo, Sstiioby, May 1thti, Ann Arbor Savings Bank
betweset above named clubs, admissioni Ann Aehor Sigh. Capital stack, $50s,0,
to whiicih wili be 2-5e. Thie Toiedo & sueplau s, $0000.
Ann Arbor road will run a speciai traiii Organizetd under te Generai Banking tLaws
on this occasion, leaving Ann Arbor at afth[is atate. Rieceives Deposit, huya and
a. n.,reteltngisae Tied at~sel ~echane onthe pincipal citiet cf the
9 a.m.,retrnig leve oleo a 9.3 UntedStaes.Drafts eashed upon peoper
u. mn. Fare for round trip one (1) dol- idenatificatin. Oltaners:
lar. Ci tttlNnttMACa.Preas.,
l .SaGr. tooAen.t W.,D. HARRIMANVicePreat.,
It. . GEENWODAgen. tC HAS. R. HSCOCa, Cashie

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