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March 09, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-03-09

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T F -4 F I-) II_
v- C m S C T Life is Uncertain!" 21Ei:~ i':t~
DEATH IS SURE. r, TABE., it1
?1I' I:N 1 l. ' t'l Ul4. .10,;.1
J~flLLY, 3ILYALNIALE kilL Ozooz ll ('lltisiel, 1s,
ANN Al? itl, t4
L .'-T ] (Ill. ___________tl__,_.541, __1'2________J_-4_r1,_t____I1 __T__andic_72itt______________Tgril______t
N lit tliliiltt ii'S a'tIPEfttdttllantS.+ 1711 lost Ii> '
HARVARD AND YALE,
In tthe lust seenimon tis. Com11' e laI see theml.
The S.\('EII' IiI NAt N PEN asthe 1tEST'.tte seit it. tWe selithtie
(1)ttJ"ENtdi 'NTA tN PENor tr. oe id warraet it.
6t Mall t. 4 State St.
T. li, OIAFO07IP
HIGH C1AAs$
CORRECT:-:STYLES'
Spring Suitings '
A tl Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings.
New Colorings
STrouserings.
Novelties in 1lauvy hestilugs-l'.leri-
tiling Newt-Styltish and
Seatsonlaut
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR,-- - MICHI.
'BIRLiEIGIH &PJLLY,
BL.AN1K BOOKS,
-A NO-
:PA DS
2.T = cO()QSrT
Fosr the niext tlli re Idays.
Harvard, ale . fli.lind Universal
COLLEGE + OUTFITER,
porting andl Athlletic Goods,
1Base 111a1l1a11(1Tenniis
Gloods a specialty.
10i AND) 11 IIAt{VA1tDlltuW.
GREATEST VARIETY
7 inch Pearl White Plates -
7incli Adamsantinle China Plate
7 iell Semni-porcelain, Bootes 1
P'earl WiSte li'dld Teas -
Adaniantinie Il'dl'd Tleas -
Boiote'sSemni-pioreflainl Ii d'di'
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
THE CAMPUS.
A (lass ill ttimilinIg has bell
fo~rmlediat IHarv-ard.
(otull i cll lot pult a hase halt
teain iltile field tilss ~on.
lhe qiuestionl (f keepinlg til ihrary
111)1n Sunday,1istbeinlg dilscussediat
Wtellesley.
11av1 eidtiedhiy a tote oi 114 ill2,
SMrs.ILeland Stalifordl has givenl
$1 50,000 to add a41 art mu~lseuml to
Stainford eeliversity.
W. T . Hiarvey, last, '92, has been
confined 14)his room for tile past
few (lay-switih la grippe.
Anovoer has offered a ptrize of
$15 for tile best sectool song, to lie
wirtteni by oneC of tile stttdents.
PTe Unitersity of Leipsic has
been olpenled to stomlen. Tbis is tile
first Gtermlan uneiversity to take tis
stp.
The selcollndlme'inlg of tile Chris-
tials unllin lemplerance Society seas
held in tile :N. E. chervil yesterday,
at three Ip.111.
'rie fourth address before tile
Wesleyan ;luiid, still be delivereid
by Ret. lDr. WS. I3. Kelly, of Btrook-
lye, on)1- Match 22.
'Te Congregatioiial Y. P. S. C. E,
give a social at thte residenlce of
Su~pt. Perry, fin K. Washingtoti St.,
lext Saturday evenintg.
The Steintor, tile Lake Porest
Univtersity mlagazine, claims thteis-
tinction of beinig the only college
G. H. WILD,
Is hti 51 .7the4 LameIst iioc If I iiI 11t'.- "111i1iii's ill iii Inil'i
Aliitil la test sii esanIl etis ill 4115ii I 15114i iiiian
its (I i-Otlegw. line44'rests (cillib- hid o
No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. Ii ID
3'JSITESS _DIaECTO'
d LOWEST PRICES- WM. ARNOLDEWELa
IN'H iIC 4ITY. WATCHMAKER. AND JWL
- - ' it-,. lpetset iMAIN STRIEET, Walet
EO - .4ii etc. lper set Spcil atnto111 Iaid toi repairing
'fates - - 58 ets. 1pe1siet
-:38 1 ets. per set M. W .BLAKE,. r
---fi ets. Iper set rICTiuREs, FRAM9ES, si.
as - - - 7 ets. iier set~ ART1 GOODS. 10 'estKl
___________ &___ GO___ FERDON LUMBER YARD'
paper ini the wtorld thlat has had all INWGAGSA E UMB
interviewt with Stanley , tile African iCor Fouirth anidDepot Stsi
explorer. J. HALLER
J. 'i. C'urtiss has resigned trove
the chlairmnsiplofhIthe Tletitis Coin -Repiing al 4ispecialty.____ -
niittee of thte A. . . It. ..Hlden .O. MAR'TiN,
LiI{ liIN
tisl reiIl~olti llhis1114C. Cloth Caskets, IMeaa.
'The essavs whiicih are to lbeIrea.1(1 A ND14(01 ShIN 4 (iII .N
in thte Rhtetoriv classes wciii soon lie J. A. POLHEMUS.
fortlicoiig. Subjects are nowit le- -ZE.JTT"7 J V"'J A
leg selected for the first (iles, ulilcit l o 'US hKaNisAreetf
are to be idescriptiv-e. RINSEY & SEABOLT,
'file Unliv'ersity oif thte State of lRnkers and dealers in d eedf
T ~Groceries, ProvisionsFloUr and
Nest X'ork has received ttheniedal __ 0anid i . itadieglen St-
awtareei it at the Paris Exposition Y JOHN WOTZKE,
for tile best systenm for highler eduea- Maxker at file 00
L.ADIES' anid GENTrS'SSt
tion ot any state or country. Rlepairing neatly ioe. 4: s.-main 5
Hlarvardl,X'ale and Princetoni fee - -
very dissatisfied wiht the actiont of s o SOt
thle I. A. A. iln retaining thte tug-of-
swar as one of the etensts. 'Tere is Wihte3elri l e Allfu
sonic talk oif their weithdrawral froti Season,. we shall be prepramred 1efli
the asociaion.lishl all that iisinew 1and(1desiN11
the .\.sociation CN IF'ORRIS I'OR Base Ilaaciitfef
Hon. arrol D. ri<Yh of Wsh ''eni~s, Cricket, La Croase, lae
1111 CrrllI) Irilib f as- nd1(1for all Outing uses.YOurpliS
i ngtont, reachted Annii Arbor tis S-eater for quiality anii durbit v
tiornillg. tie gave his first lecture noiequil. Our linei of Base 111; f'j~i
otn Statistics itt roona 24tiiis after- plies, Bats, IBalls, MassI1,df lls
teeters, Catehiets Mitts, Lat11 it
noo01. lBesides tile regular class 11n Supplies, etc., etc., ais ill forol e o
UnsetledProbems n PoitOclSoistwill idefy compe~titioolege 1te
'' tcttiit'otessit Pliicljuistly proul of our irge toihi?
Ecotionmy" there ssere miany sisitors lossing, due as sAve are a,«41.1e, Tai
andprfesor prset.suiperior qiuality of ouir gl)0il5' ((ci
anphrofessors peen.esteem cs-c aflm 10 5rengtlieu~5etlelt
Catl. Broughitoni, the olt timte season to seasoni, iii the 1M1I~rC ,for
catcier hassiged t ply cciiitueof our goods swhere it is possilef (S
catcerhassiged o pay iththerespondlene desired with uniSvgfie~
Mieltigan State University tean.- all college clubs. Stenl for t flt
this t'niversity has not advansced s0 A. G, SPALDING & BO-
rapidly in the line of anmateur splorts CICAO:t1inil.AD i',P4 ~lC
duiring the past year that it htas al- 108 Madison Sin-eel. lla- 1clIedtnal
ready beguni to liire professionals. 21)andEV lv Boadal-

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