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May 12, 1892 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-12

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~ic f -~j~ ,~.{ October, and it need not be. We ~ . l 1
, J C'of.L can make it lively. One plan is to AW right & Difpon's Tennis R-ackets
hare the University open Sumnier WO::)M192_
Patbishled Owily (Snclays eacepted) daring Schools. Harvard University is dlo- teasas a Ln f Go
the Colege year, byailis~ Cmlt Sotn
TH .O .IDPNETASCAing it,an has beesi, andI advertises puligsacesadaCmltLnefSorngGd.
TH .O .IDPNETASCA IONiiem wsidlely. Let the lusinessl Men's S == = /1 T CZ..
Out~~~~~~~~~~ ~ eepiapir$.0reyaaarayAsoitoippoint a comsmittee to
iadvanreSingle copieas3 reats. On sate at go at Once to the president and fac- 'ioeseadIealAet o ihgn
laelat's aaa Pas Offteewas standl at 12
a ldno.Subscriptionts may be left at !nuty andI request tls ert to uuien
te oficer at te DAsY, Opera HousseSblock, at schools thtis vsear. (Cornell con--
Stertat's, at Stflt's, or twith soy aofte
editors. inenres tIs year, atitlaflarge fn- ____-___
os'cloktY. st.ifthey rarso appear te nextt
flay. Address sli tater isntesnded tar pulica- or ("ornell wvouildclrome here because'
loss t0o treManagissg Editsor. All binsess it woldtlcorst SO t n actsless than at 4
'Man saasetos tnstiasa ssselss-those places svhere tboard is very "" taatIs itileLAING HO L of I licIMF
InS, Iu ALTHE 'U. af Ann. ALY,Mih high. Let our business snen tinder- - Four .batdeparstmens-Comsasserc iltNoIs tetisoo
eransrillssillk-Etalsli 5otisant ti
AnAb .Mii. stantclthat teachers front all parts (tf tnanesits EeItuil ds g, a sic t-
EDT R .the rossittry attetnt these srlhoosls. o""" al litvincgsexcenass extremelyi loss t
EDITORS.$2,s0 pere k;ise tu ldents assisted ta positiaois.
F' . .t Assoossr, Lit. '93otMasisaissElo' ttie Ssonic go to stsudy thet lahaste ss rtcFPr catogue, asdress 11. CtLAR)'", Praesit.
(i s'ocTssa Its's a, lit. 94 ,As.ila.sistil
IT. S, Cawtrinesbtwtt will matke It no T"T c
E. r.. sis'o , lias's', issian. i mtinematsgss ne; some o tudy F "''1'U ~ N
2. . z. tta'ssscis tt. ' id, sin iss . atantairgier. s1tet i tly asti eevsttersthIissc miher.t ptt steo uti - -J - -..
'ccisoLa.'50,II saiiccoMaisic's. the applitedcinies. If these schools thtPs'etsrti eliisi ssetl
it w5. 55 :iisit csist '94, A.sssn. thiripahpler litre, Ito(11o0esta li sisiord tit
s. sw. 21- liis a Is3,issistnt. ~. were startesd this year, ste roildIsget mtisthe isisisirhtniiiy ofit tenini --
J. iR. AssssItsIs, Ms silo 's4. ( 500itr I nunteachters to rcste, aidthlIIeir entertiainmtentt. - Ic ii itt 5/511 in
iv. tarscassi~ts .,itn three years 2,nn 000 siao r as
C . It lxi.q, _--- -" . Es'kcoo, iso '13s. nail s 1 theree trec ssiudeitis in the
l'.A.Miss, ii. f1.BUSINESS LOCALS.
C'.w. SOtNEsSo, ii9. 'It th e tystit heow. liiiesi l viste~ tss.sieeettcii itisii lest Suiting s,
'A IN. < eI i, Lit. 's' 0. thtilciyalytheussis litti Inisrauct _________c~ nti coI~n. tthrt
tIIit oii"V ., it.9i. hr iiofcr10hent itsee tsar. OSecial rts fr rj <
I it, p be th very b st advrtiseme t for i sndsoxtisra isessriisisbyapligii F
5I~rI tissi.tt.; asetsetei sitsrePDAILOM Itisst011110i antaloons,
t~aIsisssssstlsss 105"'ts '~ hs. t-ilt ci sily sitnce the tealchers M s "''th~u'~l~~l 1sih i
til or theli opsinsion"sr stastemendsts o isis es' Iitild i ost151litkely trecommitenud thtot siseti lesosii.ls 5'ellsnli gi<l ii x stist-
putpsils t l I til o1) the [t tivrsslt i. ti t lIN. Staite stteet. .i6 t .
THE nROa ac ssL~N sea. tiAnn is T toe ise , 00 1(1 the I PneslsTist, s I is sirs
A fllacou t f te am nxtI estly lotsi hiospitl andtitrlire i ( S hapltit' It S . G istts ,sssi F nc
len2011 tttrib d ierl'.tt Isi titefi'il I.S (in I si
ilturdy, t isti l t ie textn listitetitotren' 5also 1one5'single' lu a c room
Stttcias a 1thlolt , trsse f ottndlIaSIcItotll of litMtsit', a tttt et c ('icit o.is17' S. Jillt~ision
itsat ctllego nd lit wilb gvnt ; >'I s o1 rfo unhstit pei n t ttinoil
tBssitns'ssb Misii'stit ss oci ti . al5 ti on ilio t itldI ltl t5 1tciostiY i \estrn S.
ii 1 lotiilt I t5isu . go iItotettac tlty natl Isih Ite ti1- s ttI. Pt1 esav t Iior $ c
versifly to returni theoftttor hiyI ot .I.(sNen-.ttseoss.s is i~~iNtANi isr.Ot
Wt it N tshe nwspaperlrmor ttttto IttsigSoismtmes'Scltools sitnco e tern--mAS T F
tto oft thtiifProf. Audamswsast i itrwill 11e iiifstua. ofetostear frontGLAP OEL. iI-J 1 J S.M70TAF OR
s.ver orhilsconniections sithi tihe I'n te ressdts t" uititt onthis ititter. --N--\o s 2 SousitIitaiSoreoct
Versityl a m sost ss near Itomte a o t sII",\ is t cc1. AV ... fv:V1,3,



til lac tint'tthe sottitts ofthe Ito"
I letitIFcoo Pros,ste sdeemedolit 5 c.A. Missionary.
tiite tosvorify or ditsputete t at. The . ". atIiltstbs'isess msit-
Tit vitieswiot u1511shell it aitsher itt,5 1st e0101 'tt 5, d he isus
c'olutimn ssillI vecufy' te fctIsi sottit oftorek be ftoeois ion-i
tia t tereltorst s iterely.i rumoitr, I ary umaters ssit h tefusllowsinug
as tetiajority haveo tilIa.lontg b tI& oohs' (e eii i.ten
toil. willb120uinied osvor to theliiiptlist
hoard asnd atielositue. tf 1ork still
W~etire informteudlty the manate-a ; I
undrtan.ofhirsriIt iMistrlet ss lake A cromisitttee issis-
tialtitie proceccds of thie essettta- rcussing the adisab~t~tiiy lotsork ill
susstiar tolieilssaed o ~teItae-Alaska aitIhsesreis a sitrogpeoha-
nt all intlersts, to helpettoleftty vthe bilitysthtfItisfiseld lltbe s.takent
s'exeses ofIlse eastern tretp. As asip. T"ite 5ium1to bhrai sed Isext tear
t'tsisersity enterprses,therefore, Ilas placed at firve shudredcldollars.
ih ilsthis lanulalile putrpous snieee isSeveral siller mintoi milletrs iere
is enitilesdlto1thsefuill asupplort ofte arransgesl tissllprparatioinstotade foe
students51. 'The first Iperformtance in te ansnual electioin1touIe telsd next
AnnocArbor trill be givencflay aoihi, Wledniesdhay eveing.
as areay anouced'Grad OeraHaunt, Saturday Eve,
Surnmer Schoola at She U. of M, ( Yes. "'out of sight" of al trhe omledy
- compan~lies thait sate heels here for ai
tlng timue, teas the "Little Nngget"
The folloeing communication ap- enitertaiinmenit at oar opera htousse last
pearedl in yestersdays issue of the Thursday evening. The lhottse wan
wvellfilledt anid a enstanat roar of
"Courier." laughter tstw anspelled froni lirst to
Editor Courie :r-Ainn Arbor is last.
proerball dul fomIt is donhtfutl if oure people hiave ever
poebal dulfotJuly a, ho seen in this city ahbettearecsmedian than

-- Toledo, Ann Arbor and !North
SATURDAY EVE., MAY 16, '92 Michigan Railway.
Tr(Cad in effctc i sssss" 24, 59.
Co ed us wlls iissutaf1. Cotin ouiss'. AriaOfa5 istAnnii.s es l.51'
G GNis t iuae ..,.su .51 ~
{No. 1.a. il n Eatu reto. .. ... . . I n.
! ~No . 0.Pass;r . oledor Acois1... oo
E B tt e L. - >ogg5. -Maei lsuty. I ustersss su tls'. .. 4 5usp.
And h C03EM' H E~l I35in N .tt. ailss Oiin -aei u... ....I11a.i
No. 6. IsIINIIr, Toed. 0 r. . I ;E00ta.)O i),
rSeicssula sii ss nic~l 'Iits. eFassiuso ' Gen. Pass, Agent.sLocalseniti

.Nasasgst 5Quarte.
Prices, 35, 50 and 75c
Reto redSe'aotsrate iiP. 0. Nes SOtands.
Repairing a specialty. 4 OUaHn MAINSr5.

J. D. TImSO & SONlS,
State Street Grocers.
Students patronage especially solicited.

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