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May 25, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-25

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THE U. OF M, DAILY.

WEE THE PEOPLE. ANNj ARBOR OGI COMPANY.
et N 'zt 31 jI'()i() O I Hof M an d Liiel I-v la ti'o .
I il opeUpnih 1I 0111 pair itesoc f liais0141joet. Special -, _Suit Sale at NOBLE'S

-'HI - THAT WILL ASTONI'H YtU.-
Find 7Ko Mv"o c ao So -,
YO RGIRL ' Albanv' Law School
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WI) li aps-ei I Vi a'baox1I0hoseP ae Cot' 110, oli, earii. The11eV hIl 1111S
requairedl. Te ',11Jl."IIlll'C
.Illl1 ') ( 111d1 1M 11I ll,
Fine ehocolates ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.

PR ICES3 $11.88, and $],3.69.

fcz Ikin5vc'Pi harmatcy

Delgree oe LL. B. Conferrod.
Fali Tern of 1892 Begins Sept. 13. IIL
Addreilsth'eIDaaior S-c.e".-,
ALB VNX, -N. Al.

For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.

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BUTTS & HAZLLWOOD,
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N. A. 1111 ls FIRST NATIONAL BAINK
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STUDSENTS' IIIOAIIQUA5T'IS.
"Boiys," 'iioulienlnokingnforan 5)'iy'afaou
friens,takena chain in the Occidental IHotel
oicfo ten mintns. Yiiu'will surely' se
theme. Finneolock dinine, Sundays. Spenial
REM5o5OVALro
203 Woodward Avenue,
WITH "KUHN."
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
-AT-
L. 0.IEU STAND
Newspapers'. Magazines, Periodicals, Fae
Confectins, Cigars and Tobacco.

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! The annonce11cm 1
If Mic for the lc lcdlic
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law'93, 11. A.

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is last 11011bir, lintrodulces to ''s
reailes 21r. J. N. Newcome, lair
211r. ir.ocoine has located ill
Ciclago at an atttorey with an of-
fien at z 64 LaSalle St., roomO 70.
The meeting of ltoe Iialect Soci-
ety wiill e held on Thursday even-
ing this wneek. Students from the
following states are esp~ecially in-
vited: N. J., Pa., Del., Md., D. C.,
Va., and AV. Va. Invitation is ex-
tended to all others interested in
dialect study. Room 24, 7:30.
Monday night hurglars hroke into
'the rooms of H. V. Knight, of Al-
pena, and G. H. Miller, of Marshall,
2enagineering students, who room at

1"1 iac 1)een1) 0(01 1 to represet 1r'ie a a' zc zxczaxax: z Z
asso'i1111n2anion;1oli t udent1112
ant1 afternouonreceptions ¬ędo ii lt,.F U L"I..L LrKIE
tile co-ds~otteto the i fthitt-
and :lrs. I-Irdlanl at 211r0.1 ai lOss5, Springj
and1( one to thoieaebers of thie II 0111
en's League at M1rs. Prescott andl
ast 2Trzs.'lTomtas's. About 70 )young S i 9nS, I
tallies were entertained at Mrts. Car-
coon's, then sives of the nmedical fac- Pantaloons, 1r
oly heing also present. Mrs. Jen-
ness-Itiller came from Ypsilanti too And t ob rsna h a x
pected to he. Chocolate and cakes
were served, and dainty souvesirs of Fa c
the occasion were presented to each
guest. Mrs. Prescott was assisted in Vestingjs
receiving hyMrs.Kelsey, Mrs. Cooley,
and Mrs. Stevens, and Mrs. Thsomas FROMa ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND
hy Mrs. Gayley-Brown, and. Mrs.
MacLachlan. Despite thse threaten-I TASK Mo STAWFORD
log weather there was a good attend.- L5L ~ Jh L
ance, and ass enjoyahle time. No. 19 South Main Street.

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