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May 11, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-11

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.- -
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
New Wart-ronnie", (Coineri of Alain and Libertyv Streets.

I will "Open the 13,t1" by placing a ine stock of Guitars, Blanjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU-
1"ind 1vuusm''m 1c uoS c) -r,
N5 South Foturth Avenue, City.
w mcYOUR GIRL Albany Law School
ESTARICI)i 1851.
AWoildt aptreciate ia lox of tflits( C0UlLE, ene year. Tgihreelfal termis
Januarny anid Marcel.
Fine CehocolateS ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
Degree of LL. B. Coinferredt.
C alkin's Pharmacy Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
Address ties Bess or Secretary,

Special Suit Sale at NOBLE'S
PRIGES3 $]]L88, and $13,69.
I\V rtli $12?.00ito $16.l,)fit) ad(1 5.0t() x,,2(.00
GO TO)
OK ... 1 . 7
-For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
ite h as te thetLItNG StPtINt.ANti IiM RtO ~OS iniSaiting:, 't'oeiaiscait-at
Silk Vestngs in the city. lull tDress Suititat a Specilty. llase call and examine,
No. 2 East Washington St., near Moltn.

TRIYIT.
Rt EF JOLLY c 06..
facntat 1appz)lus,
iE:LicC rers~act.ii
ATHLETICIGCOODS.

ALBANY, N. Y.I

I

CIGARS BY THE BOX.
1 t ttlji...a II t ii Oi 11.1x
. Boe-ii urt. -it
'tialief, ){ie
44 Main Street, South. DE

ILLILID FLIES
{ ) Elegantly refitted during the past surntner,
mice lnnell eounter in eonneetic Tt.

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I AN & COMPANY.

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p JtWIIFINI/.

lone at, tac tiies
it t CIiitesityAvea..
YOU JAN GET
tVit t jt ot ,tii0the Iim mtit ill it
,iyt t i
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical Phystcal Apparatus
C. P. and Af
;atc C. mca s aMiarascopalStubpplies,
IOBEMBACH & SON.
E IA.iE ERNED AN
STUDENTS' H ADQ A.IP
FOR a t'' ~ 8your
HoI e lel o
ittite for een minutes. You witi sirely see
them ire o'cieck dinner, Sundays. Special
REMOV05AL Ti
203 Woodward Avenue,
WITH 'KUHN."
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
n -AT-
Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals,; Fins
Confections, Cigars and Tobacco.

CAM PUS.
tDr. \A. a'will taillfoticLurolta about
Lune 1.
Patti. t laevatboltad islila ss ie
'Ethics5, yasterdtty.
.A. VeiiArsctsle, 92 tueiv, sari-
oitsly ill aitte the .dtit.
Amhlerst defeatedole a tst Sater-
lay by a score of z 2tio 2.
TierChiorat tUnion ii ieeta toicor-
raoy nigt at severcock.
Pree. Acngeltlhass retuirned, alter
ate abesence of several days.
R. A. Hall, '92 law, is just recov-
erineg froanc extended sickness.
Prof. Dewvey cwitt glveeles class in
etics a written quiz, toncorrowe.
Sensior is are rertuested to leave
orders for class lhsts at Noble's.
Illis quite probabile Iliat the newe
heospital cell1 le kept open during
the summer.
lirof. Htudsoic will exaiete his
class in "German and ttaliate Uniity"'
next Monday.
Librariaie Davis will show a por-
tion of his class in Bibliography
through ltce library, tonight.
It ls rumored that te '93 team
intends forfeiting the game that was
scheduled with '94 for today.
Mr. E. C. Sullivan, '94 lit, leaves
for hia home in Chicago today to
enter the Chicago University.
Mr. Casper, lit '95 returned to
his home at Chicago, Monday, to
enter the University of Chicago.

Tjhe tent suitlefia thCie 'arsite-
totetilcitt 1e ee t omaorrowtnctbC
andt taillI be Nat titti ilig.Sattrdtay'a'
gamie.
A.14. ftocarl, 7/2 lit, athoti eas
obligedt to teateacollege oin eccoutia
of ilites, is xlowalytorecoverintg lets

IBUTTS & 1-AZLEWOOD,
STATE STIIREElZ', ANN AI111001
-O j T HE A RGUS3- j
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
itF ANN ARBiOt.
T'r tsit it gen tieal batiinge tustit-ss, tar-
eign tichige sotld, letters ottcretdit tercteat
ftit eersai r adtit.
t.H ICHMND Prtlttti 'es.P I?.Ii i, V. Pecs
S.. C50-svii t, Casier.
7 ZXZY]2Tis YiYO S rzJ

11cr gaiter hetwerenather 'arsity R N F .-
aned '94 Tts, awhichlw o aesebeetn
payed yesterdlaytafternoota,was SH O 1R~ 6~
Miss (lertrude Witng, of Manistee,
(anid the Chicago School of -.Music), oysestrrepic f1uis
has beena visiticag frieceos in the city
tice past week.
Sane Park, of last year's nminstrels, Poole, Yale's catceor of last yeait
hasu recently given a highly success- will catch for the Northwvestern
foci mtncrtel entertaicacment at Salt teama, Satucrday. Rich wilitlay- first
Leok Cit, l~aic.base, and Btradley, formerly '92 lit,
'The Iingineering;Soeiety xiil meet wiii play third base for tihat team.
f riday evecning at 8 o'clock, in Roons The Republicacs stuidenats of Ioa
A. Geo. AV. Ptterson will present University at a nafeting held last
a paper on "Electric Cable. " week elected as delegates to the
At the last session of the oratori- national convention of Republicacn
cal class of the lawy department, E. Clubs which meets here next Tues-
F. Johnston was elected president, day, Messrs. F~ranck Nelson and 7.I'
to act during the illness of Prof. M~. Molsberry.
'Frueblood. Dr. C. S. Stewart, '91 medic, lo-
Next Sunday evening Rev. J. '. cated at Garret, Iod., is mceeting
Sunderland will give lice closing lee- with great success during his first
tore in Iis series on the "Great year's experience. Besides having
Non-Christian Religions." Subject: a good practice he has recently beens
,,Mohammedanism." appointed surgeon of the B. &. 0.
Rumors to the effect that the Car- R. R. He is also secretary of the
nell game is to he played here are medical society in the county in
withut fundtionin act.Thewhich he lives, and is representative
witoutfoudaton n fct. Theto the American Medical Associa-
game will he-played in Detroit, as lion which' meets in Detroit next
announced from the first. month.

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