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May 16, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-16

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THE UT. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN~ COMPANY.
'Now v *arertoll , (0111e1'ofMAlain 1a11(1Liberty Streets.

I xiii 'Open the Ball" by placing a ine stock of Guitars, Ilinjos. etc.
P RICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find My-ae x" -='ec STORE
25 South Sourth Avenue, C'ity'.

YOUR GIRL Alt'anv Law School
[SABlt5ISHl) 1851.
W55ould aprtite it iiox ot thiose( GOt> 1551oneyear.liThree toll terns0
requiredl. 'erns beg;in, Septemober,
1ltJanuar'andlMarci.
F inc ChocolateS ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
____Full__ Corpf Instruotors ani Looturirs',
Degree of LL. B. Concurred.
Cialkinl~Ppharmacy Fail Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
Address thu Dean or Secreotary,
ThY IT. A LBANY, N. Y.

Special Suit Sale at NOBLE'S
PRICES3 $]1188, and $i13.69.
IV, ril $ 12. 00 to $16.00-(ti i sd $15. (0to 0.00t.
GO TO-
E-=I' 1= ___
,'- For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
Hev 1a thei I FAiIG Sit'i\GSAND) SUMMEFR GOODlS ini ixuting>, Tisuset utgt xijxl
Silk \estininxiitle city. IFuii iess xSuitiiigx a Specialty. Pieaseicalyan exa ine
No. 2 East Washington St., near Main.

jgLLY.. C06.
Sfad GI ut',; upplIIE, I
Lea 've-or itr i fti till
ATHLETIC + :GOODS. 44

I

GARS BY THE BOX.
P ittsbttrghiStogies, 0itn iiicx,
"Bel.fu1
"Bastier.>(
"Skippetr,"''
Main Street, South.

11 indsti'ottix'otk tvltlv
.1.1 SitiItuntivevsity Avie.
YOIJ ()AN GET
tjx i{t, txt
BO 'SDRUG STORE.
ChemicalI Physical Apparatus
Hare Cemicalsx Uicrocoapical 'Suppliox
1"B1; BANCI & SON.
E HAV ElENED AN
STDETS YHAD URTR.E
'Buys," if you are looking for any of your
friends, take a choir in the Oeeideatal Hotel
office for ten minutes. Tou wili ooreiy see
them. Five o'cioek dinner, Sondlays. Special
REOMOVAL TtO
203 WoodWard Avyenue,
WITH " KUHN."
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
-AT-
P, 0. NETS STAND. FR
Newapap+era, Magazines, Periodieals. Fnlee
Confeetions, Cgars and Tobacco.

CAMPUS.
'ioi. Pie'.aiiiwill xx(Iithhist( I yeef
tuie S. 1'. . elevictinxxill' ocur
i\etlicsiiay cx cxiiig
iteacti'stCrianiiai t.Plvatting lii'wxvck.
''lieexcamntioniinii 1svvhlooy
by Lioydl; has ibeeni iostonedlutiii
niexit Montliyx
5N'. S.3Joines xvas eceeipiresi-
denit tot the Etiginieecitig Society for
ste ensuiing year.
Got. Alclinltiey xvilarrive here
ionoroxvai 1 2:30, local timia, via
the 'T. & .5. A. R. 1R.
Coupons for seals at the bantquet
toniorrow evening may be obtained
at tlie book siores totday.
Prof. Chiamplitn lectures ini lil
laxv departmnitxitoyday, Tuday anti
Wetinesday, of this week.
Mr. Witivortb, of Grand Ropids,
on his way to Newv York, stoppedl to
visit his son, J. A. Whitworths, '94.
Mr. G. K. Denion, delegate from
Boston Univeroity to the Republican
convention, is the gueot of the S.
A. E.
. J. H. Kaye, lit '92, has been en-
gaged as superintendent of schools
at Reed City for next year at a good
salary.
J. K. M1arch and G. W. Foot, of
Hillsdale, are visiting E. E. Gallo-
way, '93 lit, and F. E. Ruggles, '9z
medic.

.,.

iso; ILLJA? PASL02R3
t -" iUTTE & HAZLEWOOD,
..1tPAE STII.EET, .ANN AliOti.
ii" " .'.1iS---THE ARCUS5-
DEAN & COMPANY.F1 +03 IiITr
Miss koxa.i boweriosii ltiitti i FIRST NATIONAL BANK
addtiessedth ie MIissitotiBanditiie slet-xxi" ANN ARBtOR.
diiy, liinstesuciliceL, 'onlenini Captital, X1i0,000t. Siciurp its and'Pitit, Si
'l'he.51oek I louse xof livvxreiiit- .1'. 1~;-1 iilltiD, tics. 1'. 11 111V5'Ptic'
lite wic xvii eeticitiis eeing at 7:30. 5 . c (. OKStO-,, Casier.
Aresitixtiotn litre'garxdi lto tilittese t L " s u
tquestions vi lletsetedl. Cr A G=
Ii. 0. Stotler, mtetdie '92, hatac-
ceptedi a positioni liinste nmetdical (ATlf O IR T
staff at te itisanxe asyiuni Kalit-titL AN IN
coo, andtileases bortat place today. oruO ~ R~
A. Wi. Tressler, lit '91., an ex-mtani- Nosy openl for recepitioni of i'titils.
aging etlitor of the Ixti v1, xvas 11inI Mx M
toxvn, Saturday. _Mr. Tressler is at
present superintendxtlcofttthe Slav. L IN
inc City Schools.Enlscue FULL L E
Tlae classes inianglih, coure i, (
are discunsing inx essays te so-called - O'
"five days act," anid are unanlimOousSprmnge
in the belief that the terni tf absence V 1
should be lengthened at lcast for the
athletic teams. Suitings,
At a naeeting of the senxior medi-
cal class, Saturday, after consider-(nalo s
able discussion, it wxas decided to
have a class banquet, to be held on
the 27th of June. Prettyman will iL'AndU
do the catering.
Following is thse list of uslhers at Fancy
the Republican banquet tomorrow

evening: Chief usher, Eli R. Sutton,
W. J. Wallace, Roy 0. Farrand,
Dr. Hagler, P. W. Ross, N. J. Mc-
Guire, W.. H. Dellenbeck, E. C.
Nichols, T. W. Battin, H. M.
Butzel, Roger Sherman. N. P.
Swiggett and two others.

Vestings
FROM ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND
JAS* MIlSTAFFORD
No. 19 South Main Shreet.

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