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May 19, 1892 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-19

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
,ZC f M ~* hard work many of the oen -can W iht & Dtpnp T ni RacketS,
,"maeexeletreodstissrig rg t t 2}S eniOwing to the rainy weather there FtR18
Publised Dail' (Sandars excepted) daring has been nearly twos weeks delay in
teeCollegie dear, by pudn' aetanaCopeeLnofSorigGds
THEU. F M INEPEDEN ASOCITIO ,putting tile track in shapie, bsst esost Slodn' seesssis opeeLn fSolegGoo
TH . FMIDEEDNTASOITINjof the men have already Clone "wind sl = = -v _
Suscipio pic $-150pe yar ivaialywork'' so that withl two weeks at Woeae n .ealAet o ihgn
it sseano e Single ces3 en:te.ole n sasle 5at ''starting" and ''stride mlaking''
lSeehssn's ansi Pos (fice newsstsasnd 50at tleyxib",3gotl onltin
o'cilesiesoo. Sabscriptlions may be lelttI te il e01 ~ odiin
else office of she DILY, Olsera Housbe blosck, a - 51 eB
Sheehasne's, atstbolet's, seorslswithsyoesthele The Regents Meeting.____ Iis 7
_ OnesCom eunicatio sishoulslreci esefisice by ' t asisel
s'eieilse~s~itllessee enotesaseme0tnoseofistle Boaril of Re- -
'lay. Adedress al motler instended efoe lisbica-; geents Yesteriday, consisdeable isi-
'isle so the Illiseagiog Edieor. All bsiessb portant buiiniess wsan transartedi.- I
trieoeciesoessidleesenl I eb Ilivi- Anoeig other vtiengs 3'rols IelCsey -j ~ , I bl'515 tl(le ISlv
THE U. nf X. DAILY, ad ) (S(Ciweegrntdleave of " esonos c lesseebo-lebi liselshorthlosed
AnA bor icS. iossit).islestiling, lolbeat
ss - -Iene(r.. sine-,Eyear.- ffcieivintrutoeniskohor

EDITORS.
b. Ei. JsNETT , Lie. '93, lanisos bc I
1.I. i'liiie.IlsY, Li. ',1 bsisllsse
J. . lAis, it.ss9, Busins, Manager.s
W. ruoW i. 'ellisies4, Anssiosat
A.iWi.Isvii is, ss.lsi'55 5sis iil
.. It. binEll., -NIli r'lii.
SI- .t sv. csxoII 11, JI.i
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1. A. lessyit 9
C'. N. SovEIts, lobs 5
CA.. IsI:isisse, ill. "93.
ErX4 F,'sI . c, l i. '35v.
'J, h Edior 15. 1no 1hold .5em 5l, r sp"ll-
sil 'cv thsipisnsisins voivi semsi'e v rs
pon i v lsi' llssssissis; ' i i sss-s )_ I ' '1
THEARUE 'UBIIGHOSi.

o1 sing unoivirit'haillfor political
iupssws Iiscuisseidendlthse fol-
loingi"resolut ion pased.fl "Whiere-
brl lslowe d tin. isne cit (iversit
11 ealito (ihv kepubicani (iClb (sti
esigist, Resolvedi 'Ilisit echioif)the
othecr poslitlicai llih sisave liv naise
privilye'e fos oneImielei."' It ian
sideciidesd0to 'owgoradsitesoutisesli-
cisne toiretsirnasidstalkeasip~ecial
cousie ofvsitxi'wiecek s iborasstsry
isosik oii paymlenstIofiia S lee.
Doings of tho Athletio Bonedl

sois, liviing expese s xtressely Ilisw,(12.52a to
$2350per e ek; studentOsassitelieoositio"s.
Fos cataloguee, asddsress '. It. CLEARS', Ptesident.

oLet Your Summer Vacation Pay Next Year's Expenses.,--
BY 'TAr IN(A AN A(AEN('Y FOR
"COMMON SENSE IN BUSINESS
MATTERS."
I Il (', ~ liNOXi Esstate (Sisl 41i' B i is I'llbb
TELLS ALL ABOUT Iliiinsi ss isssLa; eost odrs ipsi ic s a ers, oteisr ifsi.
tenan s;ls: .( ns11si l sss ssvlfe ns vii'; ire isiianess ho tli e liilv 'od isi555(:5 ows tossi-
ssletdbs;-llttrtiinss-5 isi s i p p55155 i i s rciinpis i ssss I-. s iis -i'I lhws tossos
ii~it-acs n fritrn -I shrietos illi isti . i1'ile ffignrv ssssss'5. ets 555 wa
illes';lss.)nI-Is islitrad , cs-ci s-. s'i'. ss i ti ns li -sisss l lt5.S s s tock (h s, ionis I, es- is I '
(is i'sinv l lis w tlsy.i - 5-,15isser isi ls ' i s sm il s ti's lisi swisis. odoI i asss o-i-
aceiiciitand 001 therthinzs tat oe ofen slsit toknowa issi.s ot- sisiswheris o isll(!
VOORHEES & RUTDD, Blue Island, Ill.

byi recntladii oniiis toi th
is the iis isle nI isiii
Imardii iwill lie I eld nlii

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'ssssc) 's' ciilii.ens 1y secil traliin, ia
Wl exhills I thios'e l ii disc I h
succes oifivthec trills lid i lsiĀ°rel-v
lsricssssmr h iiiicisagibears1 illilthy
liii 51 ii ii 11ccsit iroiis' los. a

ise-ball cexpcnss ir E
'Ii he itisck cii s isili 1- 55
th viialiiim'ii bini
hais imaide -rrsinge'enisc-s'wi
road iii -isiii svamisl iwi
,bth Wri.D(s riti. 'lick
adii'etiirill b'isn25

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porsd thatsi
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Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.

lii ilivthe-isoiosalum is vsitlervid
abou in iffei rvhnt placvs, M.11De1cvskev
Ais appilitedi ioiiiniilzls-vi to10talce
Ichag of 01samiivainilsee itiat itlwsi-i
collecedvil o ehadvlput115n1111 lceisrv
of alfe keping fur lihy suniieir.
f BUSINESS LOCALS.

De rig n ti \icit-) 15"O ti L(i cevsl~s sertedein tshissl iln liste resoi'
'.aniv a swvek Ifromnexvt ilaleriay eis cisv pesli Se cialss'frss at'e s rloneril
wii 1101b lost h pnt 121 viesviiho saimihss (lIe'LYsslivv.1
BIsS's ll -FO1R 5.A1L1. \Victooesre i
Ii foresetie future ifIlse Ic-am. nsry,54 i(liiSIitls Ii lmeter. Ad:
-+ +- - Idess .P. 1). Grieen5)iiFoulrthlS t., ('ity'.
Peeparing for Field Day. 'iI-I
Fl ss..1(,,-.Peuma~lstic sfety lie -
T'raiiner Fitspalrck isill be at the ele. God Shaipe'. arainsle.
AthvlicFieIldilltoda~y froses 3.c till Soy L01 Iir'.
5:30,sesther permiting. Allsvwho 8 Srloll 1..ss.
inlen oct ierinig for any of tihe events In ordler to essable me to. get groups,
ehoulci be there pronmptly. ''lsere andl all wvork outi)promp1tly, you alre
wrsoefifteen snen outlast Tiems- earnestly reqluestedl to give sittilngs at
syore soessemy gallery duorinsg lse mosnth of MAYs.
day. Tihe trainer was wvell pleased Tlsis in sioria nend ill prove ae+
ivit th ouloo andsay tht silhvalstageolln to sll eolserersd.
i~it theoutook nd sys hat ithIt. RANDALL.

INo 1 1. I jl. 1 Expr s - '.... aIl.
'\ 3.1 i se'111 r.r5 cm1-' ,S-s ' Cet1'is'os
Ann Arbor Opera House,Mz 20IN0 5. i 'isfer - ic.. i.. 25)
i ~ ~~~N.''.Mil1 ' sev'-evc - 1.....l I . l
'lt: u t F N 0 ''~t f>j~it-'1 \NI.IG. I'e'ssvv'e,'lsiesds Ac'vssis.._ 0aIi
Prais isndlires'sitweeniAvisArisrsam'
LEI l l XL 'sit TvoledoisonIy.
Cs etra l sdard ii iiss.
,l'si 1saOsily eeetSiinsday.
NEs . I1. lBlNNETI', 1. Ca iRl-tlNEVOI(5l,
NEWV VSONGS! IGee.tPess.. Agen. LocalAgent.
NEW MUSIC!
NEWNEW DANCES! U
opens af Wahr~i's up orsi tor~e, 115551morn- 55
J'. P. STIMSON SOSo,
- G AP E tate Street Grocers.
Ph tO StRudlltR patronage especiallyasolieited..
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.,24 S. STATE:STREET.

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