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May 10, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-10

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
Nse'ie areroono.. (Coiner of Main and Liberty Streets.

I 'wsill "Open the Ball' by placing a fine stock ot Gnitars, Blanjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find -=is- s e~Mv =cSrnn-,
25 Sooth Fourth Avenue, City.

YOUR GIRL
Would aipplreciate a bea.ofit Ihose
Fine Choco~ateS
Calkin',s Pharmacy

Albany Law Schiool
EiA BLiSHI) 1551.
CO IISE', cne year. Three toll terms
required. 't'erms begiti, Seluteier,
Janiary andtMarch.
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
Degree of LL. B. Conferred.
Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
Address the Dean or Secretary,

fanother Invoice
--I N-
rpan jSuitĀ§ Z -
-For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
ie lies the LEADING SiRIN"EG AM) SUMMER GOODS ini Seitiiege, Tliercin n
Silk Vctinte in thiecity. loll Droess Suiliogs a Sj icioity. Please call and exaine.

ThRY IT. ALBANY, N. V. No. 2 East Washini
J~LY LCIGARS BY THE BOX.
J ittshorgb stogies 100 11 in B - - X1i()i
SE L Prscdigy e' aua bulog fillei, 1(0(1inlio, - - - 5$.601
* "; ~~~~S . . louqutet," t C t )
-C1GEI S 'T1asir. poles,"ic-0- - $1.75
ieap c Ories fo ll ii"Skipiper,". ac "- Si .i
ATHLETIC + :GOODS. j44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

gtoni St., near Mail).
BILLIALL PU.L0a.S
Eleganlye reitteii du rinic lie bistisiuieri,
Nice lucciiounter c onetin
BUTTS & HLAZLEWOOD,
STATE STIIEET, ANN ARBlOti.
--2THE ARGUS5-
FINS J0113fPIN YJ;Ia,
ATIZOsOhPRICES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OFi ANN AiiiOii

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TYPEJ IVJITIN(,.
it doa eacsoblcpiies.
c usii J. Bi5 MI DDE Ci OFFsAn
YOU CAN GET
1hl u peciiiI oil (lie IPrice. Il lc
'illit
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical Physical Apparatus
SC. P. and T
H-ar Clgeia a eMicroscopical Supplies,
EBERLBACII & SON.
0 YOUR TRcADEi
EA . I eylerI Son
sOpp. Cort Hose.
O90JDE1TIL ..pIjpgr~
STUDENTS' IHEADQUARITERIS.
"lBoss" itfsyouarc iooking (or any ot your
frends, lake a chair in the Occidental Hotel
office fcr ten minutes. Yon wil sureiys-ae
them. Flve o'clock udinner, Sundays. Special
rates.
IMMO VAL cc
203 Woodwaird Avenue,
WITHI "KL'IIN."
LEAVE YOURORDERS
-AT-
P. 0. NEWS STAND
Newspapers, Magazines, P'eriodicals, Finn
Confections. Cigars and Tobacto.

CAMPUS.
'lie' Nortlicerniesll Ip~lays'hlie
neex 'Salturday.
Niinety-fole lii baseball icea will.
laly at Ill siale, ncxl Sateirday.
N\cr17 tyour lit ricfcateed the ju((icir
lawe leam yecstcrdlay'aftcrnoon. 6-4.
'Thc Erskine 1Decating Club held
aii interestinig meietiog y eterdlay
afterinoiii.
Ninety -four lit plays niniiity-thcrcc
lit tonmorrowo aftericooic in thie ciami-
pionship sescic.
Dr. Robinson, of Jackson, favored
the deintal classes with a short talk
ycsterday morning.
T1he Phi Dlta Phi lawe fraternity
teicdered D~r. Bligelow a pleasant re-
cepstion, Saturday cvrning.
'rie nmedic ball team failed to all-
'sear yesterday and '93 lass'teans
gels another ganme by default.
Brauchi, '94 medic, has left school
to accept a position under Dr. Kel-
logg, of the Battle Creek Sainitarlinm.
Manager McGurren has mcade or-
rangements with Albion for a gance
'with '94's teanm, Saturday, June nor,
'at Albion.
Geo, H. Lothrop, non-resident
lectures on Patent Law, commcences
his lecturer before the graduate laws
tomorrow.
The junior is played the high
school on the Fair Grounds yester-
day, the score at the end of the sixth
inning being a tie, no-In.
Prof. Adams will close his lectures

i l:rce 't'raide andel Protetiono
Wiedncsdlay , aiidl sil1liholid a general

'rransetsui'generbiiui usineiioiiiorc
'T'ecroc1.oeniatc ecetsthis evneiri c ccci cesold,lettcrsofu1credito preocred
ng. The I uuulgciii 11ainil[11111:till fsc travelcierisuoi
yC. 1-I. iiiiYiMONiDi.Ples P' uscHi, V'uPrI'
willi le i1iu fur discussin. Hise s" . i ii iiK iON, iCachiir.
U tali iicen silli speaklon thlatter
bill. G . N '
Pirof. iKelsey, Siuiday morinog is
Newboherry IHall, cdiscussecd lie qucs- AH1M
tion, '"iWhat has the PirimitiveoC H O
Church Io say to INodern ('huristians-
ity?'' Now opens fur reception of Puils.
It is reported that a consp~any has benfre omaetemdl
Yp1silanti road a fine public drive- At a mseeting of thce Executive
way. 'Tle bicyclists wiii alppreciate Board of the Womcen's League, held
this. i on Saturday evening, May 7th, thue
It is rumored that a number of1 following officers were elected for
wealthy capitalists are figuring ounthme ensuing year: President, Mliss
Itce erection of a new opera house Sessioncs, literary; vice-president and
here. Such a movoement would be treasoirer, M~iss Bishop, niedical;
hceartily welconced by the students secretary, Miss Diurfee, literary;
of the U. of M(. assisiant secretary, Miss Phlillips,
Prof. Aries objects to the prrpar- dental.
atory school niethods of cross-gones- ' -ce"Cea-adEay ere'
tioning which seems to be necessary isthesubjetpofan aticlegintre
in order to elicit recitationcs fron'is"utherlybeviewf ofriceUnite
theurtrl members of his classes in the Beirnenvisoft,"ebyniteA
history of England and of tihe Mid- Brutnkle, A.rMistaw by'he Ao
diele Ages.aw'3.Te m
Al Agenme o pitesaeproper use-ofrthe degree conferring
A lage nmbe of pritersarepower by hundreds of small colleges
taking daily runs now at the track. is exposetd and deplored. To the
The new men of promise are Mc-atceis apne tbeo b
Gua,'2medic, and McGettigen, tisticlsgaheed y te tosow-
'93 dent, the~former being a member 'iincsthcerdbthauosow
of the M. A. A. and the latter a re n h condition on which degrees
puted speedy one from the Pacific are granted by thirty of the leading
coast. - colleges in America.-Ex.

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