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March 06, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-03-06

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S A~li) I St. 1] i~t t No.2 E Washilngton .ne an G. H. WILD'
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES ARNO LD.WEE
7 1 in 111. 1 'nla tineCit lPlates - - - 4O Icts. per s22115jan .wri 111111111 0(111
T TT 1 lT7 ichliSemi-porellini Ioote's 51111525 - - 18 cts. 1per1 s21
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Bootes Siemi-porcelain Idl~d l'112112 - - 7-) (45. per set A,..i, ..i o11iw~t 4 ro5.
CORRECT ::STYLES
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
)DEAN & CO.
Spring Suitings)
Overcoatings.
Silk Vestings,I
NwColorings
STrouserings.
Novelties5 11 i 'iic.y 5 2251145 s- ' 'S
ii 114N ew--Stylish 11111
S12dSloiibl2 at
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - . -mI-.
STATE ST 212. s.il 111O, MCHi.,
BLAANK BOOK~,
T'ATO27-E~R
Hiarvred, Yale, U 12. o .ad Uiesal 'is
COLLEGLI+ OUTFITTER,
Sporting and Athletic Goods,V
[lase [[all an~d Tennis j
Goods a speialty.a
10*AND 11 IIARVA11D;I150W,
IIURLIGH & JOLL1Y1, AOENT4.
THE CAMPUS.
'[le Castalian is ini tylpe aidlill11
le pulllishedl week alter lext.
M 1r. C.lemlenit's class in FrleshmniI
Lat1 in ii1124111 2121211114 52112111e2to-
Lecture Association season tickets
12111 1no5admit 12to ae. '['lev' must
bse excllangeli.
T[owlie, and11 F. Smitih~, both fits,
93, ire unable 5t) attend~ classes on
accounlit of illness2.
Miss May Washiburn has beeni c1on-
111112215 her room for the plast few
days 221111la gripple.
A series5 of three debates is to
be held betweenl thelebster and
Jeffersonian Societies.
J. S. [toward, formerly withl '92
lit., holds a 1positiotn withi the M101-
ual Punblishing Co., Chlicago.
Mainager Abbott will pr~ocure a
coachl for thle teaml by the tinme thle
campus11 is iii conditionb for use.
T[here is a [possibility that tile
freshmen will oibtain H'angsterfer's
htall for use in base ball practice.
Ray [[art, lit. '93, is very sick
with congestion. of thle lungs. H~is
parents were sent for anld arrived
htere Montlay.
At the next meeting of the Chsess
Club, Saturday, at 4 P. 5., at 17 N.
State, a Ch~ess Tournamnlt will be
Hteltd, open to all players.
Thle essays212011ill 11221. M71
Losigllin 's class in :advanlced (,on-
stitultionli11istosry of En1gland1, 0212
211111 511be interestiiig; and11iiistrii-
lice.
At a mleeting 1of the8211111or 1112
('lass this 2.N1.,11a1coiittiee wsI
al)po0inted2 t1osend Ia floral 0of122111
1to 111e frieiids and lrelaticvis'of thle
late P'rof. Wells.
An ini-door meeting 1of the A. A.
is bleinlg talked of for 'T'hursday,'
Mtarch 26fthi. ihe Iprincipal evenlts
to be a 23 yards tdash, 440 ya2(1s,
88o yards, and(1one moile 2r11; and
running broadl andhltigh]'ullt).
Miss Flann~ie Johnston, ' ,lit.,
wa0s called home tlhis morn21ing1 to
I.acoti, Illinois, oil account of the
death of her father. Last wveek shte
wvas called home by thte illness of hler
sister, and left her father in perfect
hlealthl.
At the bulsiness nleetinlg of the S.
C. A. last evening the resignlationlof
P~rof. IHenry Wade Rogers, as a
truttsee (If tile association,220as ac-
ceptedl. . C. Moore wsS elected
bulsinless imanager of the Iulletiii, in
pslace of L.. M 7ighell whl) ois left
college.
'The lext mleetinig of the Geologi-
cal Society will lie teld ill Roonm iS
Friday eveninig, March 6. Two pa-
pers will be presented, one by J. I..
S Williams, 011 "1Contributions to
(quantitative Anatomy,' and anlother
by S. 11. Perry, ois; Catuses of thle
Glacial Epoch.''
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
Manuftrer o2f12a11111dealer in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
J. HALLER
0. M. MARTIN,
Cloth Caskets, MetallC
ADCNNO 'FS. A.POLHEMUS,
ALSO 'IllS HACE AND) BA(;G2AGNC'I.I.
Noirth SMsisStreet.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Baokersiiaid dealers10i1
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour andrFed
61 aid -8IE. 'WaishinigtonS. --
JOHN WOTZKE,
J.ADIIES anid (dENT: S p
lSnmsmIs 5515'rs I ll 1
'Withlthle reltulrnlo1the BIase 1.1011
S~eason51, te sha~ll be plreplrared to fUY'
nlishI all thtlis ne 1w lnd d esirab1 ll
't'enn~is, (Crieket, La ('rosse, Ytae1tIli.
an~d for all Outin~g uses. O1112Shad .
Sweater for quality and duarbilitY 1i2
no1 eql . 0112 line of Base [Ball SuF
lpliesBats, [[tlls, Masks,J[0dy )?Iis
teetors.,(Catchers' AMitts, Lawi l )Ii
Supplies, etc., ete., as ill former sRe12
011s wtill defy )completition, NV efo-
ilustly 1pr0oud1of 0our large college the
Iowig, dule as we are awaire, to li
superior itiiality of 0112 goods. fed011
esteemi we a111 to strellgti'O i
sealson toseSiasoii, iln the ittlipNe c02'i
of 0211'goodls whlere it is possilef'of
respsondencee desired with mani~ager0,1.
all college clubs. Selld for ou eel5'I
Catalogue of Summer Sports aiid
forms, A. & 13. free to anly address.
A. G, SPAULDING & BROS.'
108 MadlisonSt5reet. S12 Chestnut,
NEW YORtK.
X41 and 411 I~resilWii

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