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February 26, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-02-26

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9t'L 1:,T i~1-2 i n PA I T ',
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SALE OF WATGHOCKEO
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Must be(1lsolIout. Sale.e ed afteo onan I Iti
L. T. LIMPERT,
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OIl 118951 (J'IAIN 1'1,x; tor 9,I.5o and warrat Iit.
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No. 2 E Washig-tonIs t nalr i. G. 14. WJ'-
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
TAIL6R 4 IMP6RTER,
The best place to get a
fIRZS +±Qr2AS6 + ± 0U1;
MADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATEIPRICES,
19 SOUTH MAINgST.,
ANN ARBOR,- - - MIAii.
IRLEIOll & JOLLY?
265S. STATE ST., AtN Arson. Mtta.,
-AAND-OS
2rT CC) ST
For tile text thirury lays.
Harvarit, a1e, U.oftM. and universal
COLLEGE + OUTFITTER,
Sporting antI Athletic Goods,
Base Ball andl Tennis
(roads a specialty.
10 AND) 11 HARlVARID R0W,
BURiLEIGHII &JOLLY, AGENTS.
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES
7 1inch Pearl Wilte Plates - - - - : 1 (49. tper set
7 inch Alaniatitine China Plates - - - 4o1 its. pet set
7 inch Semi-porcelain, Botes Plates - - .)r) ts. tier set
Pearl ttWhtite I'dl'd l'easi - - - - i8 cts. per st
Aantmantite 'ldl'eas - - - 0 cts. per set
Bisote's Seuti-porcelainti 11(1 't'eas- - - 75 cts. pet set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & CO.
I LUSIITESS PIREC IU4r.
THE CAMPUS.
Rtusscll 11. Colliselt , to-slighlt.
C. T. A lexander issic k at1 11s
liole In)etroiit.
M. .J. Kely, of B~ostoini will proli-
aby1)1coiaichit1he 1Exete'r nine11.1litis
'T'he S. I,. A. course tirkets dlo
1101 adnit to te Stepinlak lecture
as sonmcthioutgltt.
It is reported thait Princeton will
establisht a law school int Nesw York
City. Prof. lDsiglit, tote of Coltum-
bia law sclhool, will probably lie
placed at its head.
Our senior ''Prex.'' R. tP.Lanmont,
is expected tome Monday front his
California trip. Thtis week lie is
visitintg points of interest in Colo-
rado.
Thtere will be a nmeetintg of the di-
rectors of the Athletic AssociationC
in the Alphia Nu hall, Satutrday,
February 28, at 2 pi.ni.
D~r. Ford has been unable to meet
his classes for the last two weeks.
Thtose whtose records in the qttizzes
in Equity .Jnrisprudence htave been
sufficiently htight will be passed witht-
cout att exant.
Allnienibers o1 the Freshmnts
class who expect to try for positions
ott the class base-ball teanm for this
seasons sill please htand in thteir
names swiths the positiotns for swhiclt
thtey expect to work to the manager,
20 S. tIngalls St. H.. I.ReOGNIAN,
:Manager.
M~r. 'McGee is lectutring to the
Fresh Meidics on lltysics.
The Glee ('lub trilp tas btecn
chtatnged in stomte poinits 51111e the
first dlates siere 1puiblished. 'The
dates ttows stantd as foiltlsws: Girantd
Rapitds, Aptril to; Chicago, itr.; J ol-
iet, 13; St. Louis, 14; Kansas City,
1 Topeka, i16; Leavensworthi. 17?'
St. Josewli, 18; Cotuncil Bltuffs, 20;
D~eslisoins, 21; Kalamtazoo, 22.
'The faculty htas granted thte base-
ball team a leave oif absensce of six
dlays fur thteir eastern trill.
Severanee, '91i, re-enters college
thtis semester.
J. 'AV. Wrightt, secretary of thte
Athtletic Association, has received a
letter fron thtletantager of the Ann
Arbor ball team agreeintg to a series
of thtree ganmes, the first to be played
in Ann Arbor, thte seconid at Ober-
litt, the thtird, '"if a thtirtd is neces-
sary,'' at Attn Arbor. fThe Ants
Arbor boys are to ttake an extetnsive
eastern toutr in thte spring, playing
"ale, Williatms, Amherst, Hlars-ard
andl Prittcetotn.'Thtey wish to get
thte Oberlin series comnpletedl by
MNay 25, to clear thte field for thte
eastertn sates. Let thte Oberlitt boys
see to it thtat the representatives of
"the greatest University on the con-
tirnent" atnd the 'best amateur
pitcher ill Atmerica,'' are sent on
their stay east, rejoicinig, stithithe
hatunting mentory of tswo defeats to
remntd thent that a third is tnot
" necessarv. ''-Oberlin Resiew.
WM. ARNOLD LR
WATCHMAKER AND JEW~'
51 MAIN STRETlitlr lik
Special alttnlt ipid to repiairing
andJewl,
M.W. BLAKE, o
P ICTruRES, :RAwIEs,
ART GOODS. l0ow1est HOT5
FERDON LUMBER YA~p'
Manuftacturer ol-tand11eler in -edj
SAGINAW GANG SAWED 1U-0
Cor. Foutrth andl Depot Sts..
J. HALLER
46 soui99 MAI T19.
0. M. MARTIN,
Cloth Caskets,Mea..
ANt) tSIM~tIN(,'(WfIN .
J. A. POLHEMU,.
ALSO 'BIUS HACK AND IGAhfiA
_ North Matn Street
RINSEY & SEABOLT.
Bakers and deas I ed
Groceries, Provihions, Flour and
Sand 8 E. Washinto t47
JOHN WOTZKE.
Makersof fine a0
L.ADIEKS' and GENTS7'14
Eepairng neatly done. 43 S. Main St
Witht the retulrn ot the 13seful
Seasont, we shall be preprar'f.to 10
tnish all thlat is new an d de-stl 1,30
UNIFOtRMS FORt Base hall, elltiV9
Teninis, Cricket, La ('rosse, ra Slt
attd for all Outing uses.'Our iT 1
Sweater for quality anttdul ell~fstrS
Ito equlal. Our line of Base,,133lX "
plies, Bats, Balls, Masks, I30'jeaplg
teetors, Catecters' Mitts, Lawn0 r5
Su~pplies, ete., ete., its 11, forP,0 Rsr
otts still defy comapetitionell e rg5
julstly proud of ottr large c o
lowsintg, dtte as we are aAnalre, 111s
superior qitality of ou~r goods' frOo'
esteent we aint to strength'tte' tt
seasotn to seasont, intthle impl°rB(Of.
of ottr goods where it is pos~tl
respottdettce desiredl with ntar he~
all college clubhs. Sends for 1dt I,
Catalogute of Sutmmer Sport crS t
forms, A. & B. free to allyale
A. G, SPAULDING & 000 ''
CCtAGO: P1II IPltgt I1r
108 Madison Street. 1t32Cthelss
NESS' Voltht
241and :X;11 BroadWSY-

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