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May 14, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-14

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
Nesw Wareroomis, C2orner of Main and Liberty Streets.

I will "'Open the Ball" by placing a fine steck ef Guitars, Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find '7"TzzS Y's Mvaza o TT ,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.
YOUR GIRL Albany Law School
ESTABLISHED 1851.
Would appreciate a box of those COURSE, ens eear Three full ternis
reqluired. Terms begin, Septemibet,
January and March.
Fine ChocolateS ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
AT____ %i11 Copsof Instrctors and Lecturers,
Degree of LL. B. Conforrod.
ealkinlp Pharmacy Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
-, Addreoo tho Dean or Secoetary,

Special Suit Sale at NOBLE'S
PRIOES3 $11388, and $]1.,9.
Wortli $12.00 to $16.00 mnd $15.0t to $20.00.
(G0 T - --
'- For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
Ile has She LEADI\G SIRING A\t) SUMMER GOODS in Saitiogs, 'froacetto gs and
S~lk V clefgs in the ci,;. Iull Dress Suitings a Specialty. Please call cod examine.
No. 2 East Washington St., near Main.

TRtY ITi.
H t JOLLY -)
AND ALL
Leave-Orders local)
ATHLETIC +.:GOODS.

ALBANY, N. Y.

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CIGARS BY THE BOX.
Pittsburgh Stogies, 100 in Box,
"arodigy" liona itlong fillerSf1tainBox,
".S. o'eiuett a50
"Greetn Seail," 50 "
"Bane, 5 c"odles," 5)"
'Dully Boy, 50iiz c
"Skiper" 50)
44 Main Street, South. DE.A

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- - 53.55a
$3.50
- $3.12
- - $3.12x
- - X 1.25
AN & COMPANY.

BILLAPDPPARLOR3
Elegantly refitted during the poet summser,
lite lunch counter in eonneceion.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
-THE ARGUS-
FIJNZ Joy PIN IN>4~
AT LOW HICES.

,...-.T, .,, t~ ,, r.... r ~ i

T1YREL'WIM1ING.
Ailtkindtsof Workada
dotne at reasoablte prices
. :... a5.. . - 11S iS 'tc ct c
YOU CAN GT
11cc "I ,,{art ,w a t I Scld the 1't iccIrll 11
riy/Ic ctl
BROW-'S 1)RUG STORE,
ChemicalV Physical Apparatus
~kCaP. and IA
Ra-reChemialsccrostacopicalSapplies
iSEIBACLI & SON.
STDETS YOAD URTRAD.
"Bays," it you are loahing for soy of yosr
findo, lake is ehair in the Occidentsaldote
officeetor teii minutes. Toouscill surely se(
them Five o'cinch dinner, Sundays.Speceia.
rates.po T
1REM10VAL T
203 Woodward Avenue,
WITH 4"KUHN."
LEAVE YO~UR OR' IIS'
-AT-
. 0. ITWS~k1
Newsa ,. Magazines, Perjedlcals. Fine
ofetions Cigars end Tbsao

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CAM PUS.
Abott 2,5,5 stnior laws uassetd (Car
ries ccnitherrecord.
I?. J . Uelslt '92 awit, liss bietn
cotfintedl to his rootm seaveral clays
swith n~e-easicknitss.
A1fr. 15 aplet, '92 acedia, is actng
ii assistanti tra Dr. Dasrlitng intthe
coarse itt 51inctrcSurgery.
T'Ile I IctallSociety wsnaddriessedl
Ity lDe. 'Iaft, 'ITesday evencitg, ttpon
' TheEthtiacalofte Profetsion."
Mr. J. C. Buell, '92 Itoacop, wa
called 10 Jatckson last nightl by a
telegram na llouceilice ccseriotus ill-

Prof.'ITontatscwatsgalled 1toIDe- IFIRST NATIONAL BANK
troll yesterday to give testlimoty 10 O ANN ARBHOR.
lice catie tnotwbeingcarrietd ott in thse ICapital. tlttitOi. Surttttis tnt Prfits,$30li0a.
Wayrne cirtIcuitart Icy tI lum.xtn is-nixaneso ' etiistetrstsocrelaitiprcured
lo aelrs iisahbioet.
A ssocialti 1 aa-itstl /ina 1. Rtttg. C. if. ItICHMOlNtD, Iris. I'. 1tA1It, '. Ire:.
V. Ca. 'lT'ucer, meic i leastsSas . 1,1 ctiN-, Cashier.
todlayliar Logatnsport, I rid., sthtre Ice iwiisMiiiMl2BRAW WRus
Ihan a potslitin initirelhcspitl o cf ltce GR N E '
Northcerna Insaine antsylm. V t
'Tucter will relturna 1oschool *Ite('A flIIlD A PI1
fall. ST OOUL ~ lJf1U1R
[Teilogical Society still niet
'1Tiesday esening in the physics lee- Nowy open for reception of pupllils.
lure coons. Dr. Nosy will rcad a .
paper on "Blacteria."' Illutrations

nssiof lain sister. will be gisvenlay acaans ottereopo- cscesitinte secsscais ceparteti.
' A nunmber of lawst sudetats becanae con views. He has teer lpracticed his profes-
qclie bisteousyeserda, dscus 'lhea Inter-collegiate Focot-Ball jslons, huthas hankinag, nminin"aad
Ssiag the tariff question 011 the stelps Associatioin at its receiatnaeetinag otlier initerestinltheIaset.
of the law building. votedl to use ltst Spaldling foittball At a mectitig of the medical div-
'SlaelMathenmatical Society will as tlae official ball of the associatitn sioia of the S. C. A., Thursday
meet tonighat, in roonaia7, at73 for the cinsuing ycar. Heretofore evcning, Mr. Waples and Miss Allets
o'clock. Instructor Lyman will de- English balls havc always been uscd. wereiaoninated for ist and 2isd
rliver a paper on "Tlhe IPenduluna." Thae Clio Club swill give an Indiana vice-presidents of the association,
eAll are invited to attend. program tonighat in ront a, New- for Ilhe coming year. The general
l At the regular meeting of the hi- berry Halls Music, Mr. Walter election of the S. C. A. will he held
ological society, May 17, D~r. Novy Seymour; recitation, Mr. Eddy; in a few days.
will read a paper on Bacteria and short history of fIndiana, Mr. Moore; Here is a pen picture of Zina IP.
will illustrate the subject with lan- Indiana's great men, Mr. Robinson, King from the Tribunc. "Thickly
tern slide views. In the physical 23 miles underground in Wyandotte set, medium in height, sonmewhat
lecture room, physical laboratory, cave, Mr. M~anny; reading, Mr. shabbily dressed, with florid c001-
at 7:50 P. Md. Paul Seymour; critic's report,- Miss plexion and untrimmed brown hair
Efforts are being made to olga- :Day: and beard- slightly tinged with. gray,
nize' a party, which will go to the D.J-. At Ford, medic- '6-8, acid one would have taken him for a
-Pacific Coast via the Caniadian talftuate in- Vetalsngy anud-Phazffia. :prosperous farmer rather than an al-
Pacific. A-private' car will, he'cha~r- ,ceaI Chehiiatry, of, K ais hCity, leed embexezler from' the top notch
tered, and stops will- 6 nihdeafi t 1 2., is visiting hiis-sin ' t fI'e la*' 6f-t1e topl universit'y of thte couti-
e varibuslpbin'ts of iiteiest. department, and- renewing old tiry.'

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