100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 02, 1892 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1892-06-02

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE U. OF M. DAILY.

WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGANI COMPANY.
INew s'areroonas, Corder of Maitnand Liberty Streets.

I will "Open the Bail" by placing a ine stock of' Guitars, Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Tind i7"=z Y's ~Mv==aS1o E,
25 Sooth Fourth Avenue, City.
YOUR GIRL Albany Law School
E-STABLISHLI)185.
Would ippreciaite a box of thtose. COURSE, one year. Three futll ters
iequtired. Termns begin, Septembtier,
Janucary antd March.
Fine ChocoateS ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
ATll ons of Instruotors ani oorr
1 Degree of LL. B. Conferred.
Calkin'p Pharmacy Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
Address the Dean or Secetary,
TRY IT. ALBANY, N. Y.
R, Et JO60YIGARS BY THE BOX
O, JOLYPttsburgh togtesillS in Box,
SEL "Piodigy' Hatvana long filler, 51
"S.. u, & S. Bouiqutet,"5
AND AiLe 'aittiet," 51
CA40t<i Toodle-,,'+
cco fla tip sa, "llitilly IBoy,''51
5,,ssie.iiOners toe ail ";kipper,"'
ATHLETIC + ;GO OID S. 44 Main Street, South.

Special Suit Sale at NOBLE'S
PRICES3 $]]x88, and $13,69,
Wortit$412.00((toIn$16.00 antd $~15.0(4to $20i.00.
(O TO-
'--For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
Ile thns tie LEADING SPRtING ANDSI) SUMER GOODS in Saitinga, Teenseritis and
Silk: Vestings in the city. Full trecss Suitiiogs a Stsecialty. Please call and examine.

I No. 2 East Washlin

igton St., noar Main.

Jll' tYRIN. .CAMPUS.
All knd ofWork neatil____
dosnicatreasonae Stei esi.
'5 J.a. MIDnECOFFr, Pete Conway has gonc home.
39 sut University Ave. Prof. Dess-e1" nIatronpectioataclas
YOU CAN GET did nsot meet yesterday.
Whft youa idithIe Price teill lbe Pint. Scott's clasnensits Rhetoric
rti, sit finish their stork next wvcek.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE. The Jeffersoinian Society macets
- this evenlig with a good progranm.
Chemicalz Physical Apparatus Hlarsardi frcshmen brat Yale '95
last Saturday, Snto 9, at Cambridge.
W. Ce .P. and XI The Daily P'ritacefonian discon-
Rdarn C11emicals, Mictascapical Supplies, tinned publication with last Turn-
EBERtBACdH & SON. day's insuc.
Senior is desiring extra invita-

I!,

O~~DE~01L YOfRAD
STUDENTS' HEADIQUARTERS.
l"en yen o are looking for any nf your
friendsotkena chair in the OceidentaI Rne
office cur ten mitou will sureiy nec
khern Five o'clock dinner, Sundays. Special
ralesa
REMOV AL TO
203 Woodward Avenue,
WITH iKUHN"
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
-AT-
P, 0. NETS STAPxND
Newspapers, Magaannes. Periodicals, Fine
Ceafeetlons. Cigars and Tobacco.

lions for commencenment nmnst order
thenm at once.
The championship in the class
baseball games at Harv-ard was woin
by the seniors.
Princeton and the U. of P. nmeet
on the diamond next Saturday at
Phi ladelphaia.
This afternoon '9 lit meets the
High School team in the class cham-
pionship series.
Hartwell, of. Yale, has been se-
cured to coach the Lehigh foot-ball
team next season.
The junior laws will have their
last quizzes next week in Personal
Property and Torts.
The Methodist church celebrates
is twenty-fifth year in its present
building this evening.
Chapel services Sunday morning,
at Newberry Hall, will he conducted
by Dr. Harding a missionary from
India.

- S it) BILLIARD PARLORS
?intox iss- $3.60i Elegatntyrefittedt during tse post s5ziiteOr,
ite hutch counter iinconctin.
io" - - $. BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
i0" - 3.12 STATE STIREET, ANN AhIBOt.
it 1 - - - I.- "---THE ARCUS,-
DEAN & COMPANY.
AT LOWtinPRICES.
Johns tHopkins sends four dele- FIRST NATIONAL BANK
gates to the 300th auntsversary ot OF ANN AIOBORI.
'tritnity College, Dlublita. Capital, $100,00t.S. urplus anid Prottts, $30,000.
Res' Edord Eeret Hae, sllTransiacts a general tbanking busitness,dnor-
Rev.Edwrd Eeret Haeilletgn exchiangecold, ltlers of creitprocured
eeriestveltrsoabroad.
preach the baccalactreate sernmon at c. H. RICHMlOND, lees. P. BACH, V. Pres.
H-arvard this year, on Juntec t. S. W. CLAiKSONi, Cashiter.
Prof. R. L. Thtotmpsoni, of U,. of
tPa., has been offered the presidency
of the Lake Forest University.G131-CT '
The Geological Society wtill not
nmeet this week owing to the lecture
of Ptrof. Wright, tomorrowv night. SCHOfJL FO0R D~NCuJNG
T'he jonior laws hoave taken three Now open for reception of Pupils.
of the class ganmes by forfeit. The
dents defaolted in Tuesday's ganme. _________________
A second year law student at Har -_____ ____
vard will erect a new dormitory at F-u T jL TIfNEF
thtisiuina ot f$r ,0.,, V. J. Bryan, democratic congress- _O
muan from Nebraska, will address S rn
the University Democratic Club, S i~
June 117.
The game between '93~ law aiad Suitings,
the Normal team, last Saturday, at
Ypsilanti, resulted in a defeat forPa tlo s
the laws, a to o. a ao ns
Drs. A. N. Loper and J. D. Hare,
'go medics, have located at Lincoln, And
Nebraska, where they will start aI
private sanitarium.Fa y
The Dialect Society will meet
Saturday evening to discuss the etn
same state dialects as were announc- geti~ S
ed for last Tuesday evening. FROM ENGLAND AND SCOTLANeD
The S. C. A. last evening elected
as Bulletin editors, Misses Anne Jk.TAST FF R
RihrsadEaJ krMsr.H. E. Baright and J. R. Nelson. No. 19 South Main Street.

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan