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May 12, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-12

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
Now Wareroonms, Cosrior of Alain and Liberty Stroets.

I will "Open the Ball" by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Blanjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find =Txx-T mEB Euvsc S m=
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.

YOUR GIRL
Wotiltd apprecialte a box of those
Fine ChocolateS
AT
Catkin's Pharmacy

Albhanv L aw 8clhool
ESTAnLISHEDI i8i1.
COURSE, one year. Three futll ternis
required. Terms begin, Septeniber,
January andi March.
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
ru Corps of Inotruotors ani Lootnrors,

Special Suit Sale at NOBLE'S
PRIOES5 $]]v88, and $13,69.
Worth ,$12l.00 o I 1Ei.O() acid $5t to $20.00.
GJO TO

i

Degree of LL. B. Conferred. 2', - -or 111GH CLASSTAILORIINti.
Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13. lie ihus the tRADING SIRING AND) SUMMER COOnS in Suitings, Teotseins onod
Silk Vesliego in the city, lull Dress Suitings a Specially. Please cull and examine.
Address the Dean or Secretary,

TR 9T L A Y .Y O L CIGARS BY THE BOX.
H OL Y Pittsburgh Stogies, 100 in Box, - -
R'ELL 'Prodigy"lissvana long filler, 10)1)iii Box,
ยง TATTI(> INIIY SELL ~"Beu-lr"50GS. &K S. Botiquoet," 501GenGee el"5LG
AND ALL " Bannter,' 5 511 G
" GToudles," 511"
L~eave-Order" tor all"Skililer,' 50GL {G
ATHLETIC + ;GOODS. 44 Main Street, South. DEI

No. 2 East Washington St., near Main.

- $1.00
$3.55l
- . $3.12
$ 3.12
X 1.55
- $1.25
AN & COMPANY.

BILLIARD FARLORS
Elegantly refitted during the past smmee,
Nice luantih couner in connection.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBORI.
-THE ARGUS.9-
AT LIOWPRICDES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
01 ANN ARB~OR.

TYP'E WIMING.
All kitndsof otwre neatly
doneatsireasoonublepces.~
39 - South, Loiversity Ave.
YOU CAN GET
wtVaG v,( w alc,cth11wPrier till he
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical Physical Apparatus
i Ce Po and
Rate Gherc to, Mictrocopical Supples,
EBERtBACIL & SON.
rotsR USiron 18 vRSs.
E A, I Sed~er & Son
ts Opp. Canurt Hoas.
OGIDERTW7ILM -,l OThK
STUDENTDS'HEADQUARTERS.
.Bore,"it you are looking Cur any sf veer
neeeds, tahe a chair in the O~ccidental Betel
offhee Isr ten minutes. You will norely see
chess Five o'clck ilnner, Sundays. Special
203 Woodward Avenue,
WITH "KUHRN"
LEAVE YOURORDERS
-AT-
P. 0. 1TS 3STAN~D
-FOe-
Newspapens, Magainea, Periodils Fine
Cen5$ction$,.Cig T gr e # qlcoe

CAM PUS.
lThe(Choral Unioni meets for iprac-
lice tlhis eceihg at seon ciiotck.
Prof.Gri ffits his beets ieled
vice-pcresidentso f IDetroit lBar Asso-
ciations.
I.. S 'lc~reary, lit 't9J, spraited
hiis atikicq ureseriously it IDetroit
recet ly.
Tihe prohcibitiocilubih sill hotld ass
inmportattbusinsssmneeting this
evening at 7:30.
About 250 junior lawvs have lpassed
its lEquity Pleading andI Practice on
thseir class record.
Mr. Lloyd has anssounced a sec-
ond exanination of his Psychology
classes for onse week from Friday.
'Tle IDemocratic Cluh meets this
evendng in the law lectsure rooam.
Good speakers arc on the prograns.
The one-year sudents will he
quizzed oss the seconsd five lectures
in Torts nsext Satusrday morninsg, at
9 o'clock.
Coniplimentary tickets will he
furniased the two ball leans to at-
tend Itse minstrels after thse game
Saturday.
'rie Literary Adelphsi will render
the program announced for last
week, on Saturday evening. In ad.
dillon D. F. Wilcox will deliver ass
oration.
Thse Halsnemanian Society at
their regular meeting in roons a,
Newberry Hall, tomorrow evening,
will ruader the following program :

Alusic; paperIcy Mr. J. C. Buel~l; al
talk ott her travels ini Africa Isy Miss

'rescs en eeral baintg tbusinsess, toe-
-'resnh; music. en echangte sold, letters of ocedie terouredl
'R-iri''_McGill, wvlo p~itcd the fortravldrs abtoad. 0 5 s
N otre lDanmegamie antIwotsisnce s A. ,RK" shi
signsedt oithlinicinonatigotbI ailing
driutk 'Tuesday mighst anid has hits RA G 'S.
senst hiotme, expelletd.
D). III. Smth, last year presidenstU~Tf
oit '93 msiedic class, antI Iis twife, SCH0OL F R D 'ui
D~r. Mary C. Snmith, '91.nmedic,
hsave recently purchased property in Now opens for receptions of Pupils.
Granid Rapids, and the doctor soillfi M WM
open an office at that place.
The presenit series of Sunday The progranm arranged fir the
msorning lectures us Newberry I-all, Alpha Nu Saturday evesing, reads
by the different professors will end as5 follows: Vocal solo, Mias Lillie
next Sunday nsorning wills Pres. Mae Tollassd; recitation, Miss Incs
Angell's lecture, "Christianity anidat. Ladd; paper, C. H. Shansel;
Otlier Religions as Judged by Their extemporaneous speech, C. C.
Fruits." Spencer; debate, resolved, "That
Some enterprising persons, with- the Prime Object of Punishmsent
out pernmission, borrowed about Should lie Refornmation Rather
thirty chairs from Newberry Hall, than Retribution. Affirmative-F".
'rTusday evening, for the Symphony B. Reynolds, Alex. IV. Gravelle.
Negative-L.. M. Stern, V. IH. Mer-
concert and failed to return them tier.
after the entertainment. Some The University of Nebraska Is
even went so far as to offer Itsenm for abolished Ilse naus of freshmans,
sale, at twenty-five cents apiece. sophsomore, etc., and ltst only dis-
Tlhe RpworthLsIeague of lthe tinction will be in the case of the
aMethodist chsurchs a elected the freshman who will be known as its
following cabinet for the coming "the first year of reaidence." All
year: President, H. J. Frosl; vice- others will be accredited by the
presidenta, AW. H. D)ellenbach, J. H. number of hours a week taken.
Tran 'Tasael, Misses Hattie Crippen C Lloyd Collie, of Columbia, rc-
and Sara Whedon, secretary, AV. A. cently broke the college half msile
Price; treasurer, H. H. Loveland. record, reducing it to 3:22.

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