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March 10, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-03-10

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ILJCTOT 0 ~ Life is Uncertain! ~
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G. H. WILD,
I I Butte tt'. No. 2 E. Washington St. near Man. G.H.WL
re{I { I IO Zj'
CORRECT:-:STYLES
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES
7itthPal tltWle it ltles - - - :,tt l. ter seel
7itch .Seniti e hiMatIIes ll - - - 4ts'i. persel
Pear-il Wtite IltlltI1Tetis - - - :3s rts. tper set
Atatatiine II 71'171lTeasc - - - it ts. Pet' set
byole".s 'etni-ltet'rfain II >119 'leas - - - 7.5 cts. per set
44 SOUTH MaINy ST. pEAN & co.
7 USIT7 G PILECTO~i
WM. ARNOLD. E
WATCHMAKER. ANDJEL'
M. W. BLAKE,
IvicTUrRES, FRAMES, uAn
ART GOODS. 1 it es ltr
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMW"'l
Spring Suitings)
Overcoatings.
Silk Vestings,I
New ~ Colorings
(Trouserings.
Not citt'sill ]lancN,\'ti itgs-H t )"-
t li ntg New- Stiithatid
Seasoitable al
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR,-- - MICHL.
BJLAN1K BOOK~$
:P-A- DS
For tet ttlirr sty..
COLLEGE + OLTFITIER.,
Sporting and Athletic G7ootds,
Base Ball and Tenis
Goods a specialty.
10ANTD 11 IIARVARIIDROW,
B5.LEIOII &tJOLLY, AGENTS.
THE CAMPUS.
()u ttittnutmber tf studietnts tre
iams tt.tDuffytittgoeli tthsin-
fine te o Ithis rttoitmxi w ittitxtlitits
M'tiss IKateritte Stmner'91,is
enterlaf tittg ier tttoter rt T ot-
edit.
'l'here are ice cott ansitilsittr te
ltotttr ott tltss pottlof thebcseior Ilaw.
class.
E'. A. Blatkesiee, tifI(;titei, fttrm-
cr1y1'g'91las', xisitetd fritetits iere,
yesterday.
Thle firslttiitibcr of ih'Ini ilatxder
swill be ptlatetd ottsatie 'Tursday,
Mtarch Jit.
Dr Bc.lcser is its luaranltie, liltac-
coiuitotf thltt ln tessttf Itis cliildth cil
scarlet fev'cr.
A large photograph ttf tie latr
Prtofcssoxr ACells has beeit pltcd itt
the lass lecture roomn.
itIr. J . . abcoxck, xof ~alatoa-
too, is the giuest of D~r. A. S. Roxwles'
at th Un2 ivlersity lhosital.
Prof. Griffint constienced his lec-
tures upont '"Federal Jurisprutleice'"
to the seitiors, tlhis nmorninig.
James L. Biesans, formerly a '9,
lit., is nosw a stuenit in the medical
department of the Ujnis'ersity of
Edintburghi, Scotland.
Tlte class of '93 will htold a social
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text 'Saturdaiy'ex'etiitg, at N. it-
gais, intete au'tspite s of IItxth t1)ltt- A'2" -. m a d _ )el)
ttlores of lte S. C. A. J.HALLER 0 . T 1 -'
'heleie attdl Banjocltistin tt citit i ttx"I
beent gixent atfxtur tdays ' leav c fxai-iii Ittritttlattpit'itltt.
sence'x'for lteir xwestertx trill. I'ibis 0. M. ARTI N.
is iii adlditioni ttote s1trlit1 x c tttDEAClth it'N'V fetalliC0
o.CohCaskets, M
"Mlr.'Carriatge reaid i setry ite rst- Ntt itOtitItiN cF tS-_--
ing essay yesiertiay Itefore thit:1cil J.A. POLHEMUS,
rttced Contstituiioixal History tclass AS I' AKADFi Th eeonei fteKn - Nort Alan s7' e
ship." RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Richardson, 711 organtiA- Co.,lthtve Bakers iiitt tealerstJilland feed'
Groceries, Provisionsflour f
sell itn a bllii of $ ioo to the A. A. 6 tndt8Ft. Wasigt St.llS
for lieatitig applarttis swhicii s JOHN WOTZKE,
ixlacedin tsthe rink duirinig the swinter Mker xlfate
of I SS 7. LADeS'airnetdonte.NTS' a
F. A. Hlenry, late 1i, returncd iO_
last night frott Coluitbits,(liio,
sshere lie plassedl a siurressful exaltsall
inatixon before the Supretme ICourt WiXthltheIte r o heBse ..3Ii
of Olii. 'Seasoxetishatll be prpredto rIn
ITe '93-'94 foot-baliltrouiile has tIFORalMtSatFOR Bas e Nl,, p
bieent settletd. A meetintgswas held Tfenn~is, Cricket, Lra Clresse, d 1et
itd ifottr all Outing uses. OurC1Zliar
athe ID. K. E. Ihouse, this after- Swseater for qitality andtittlribi 1 ll
noxon, anxd it wsas agreexd that gatnes no equaitl. Ottr lute of B1sf BalL
slinix b itayel n otle lt stli llies. Bts, Batlls, Masks, Iloffiois
shold e layd n odertosetleteeters. (tthers' Mitts , Lawn sa4"
the contest. Sutpplies, etc., etc.,as iuit foriers a5te
os swilt defy compt~etiin' ge ft%
''Te Spiecial 'Telegraph inilei," a jutstly prtxuid of our liege collgeth
liocal line opierated bxy stutdents, islowsi'ng, duie its we tare I55'tiIe' Sxli'
assuming quieteareIproprttons- qua it f Ituidgoll 'frQn
asn inuielreItoxrin.esteemo we aimtito 5lreiigttix tf
'Iso miles of swire are already strung. seasoti It sasin0i i the 15111r0 poit
-of our goodtssswhere it is posibae~lofa
'There are eightt ten ott the circuit irespondlenice tdesiretd with naanttig. Seit
shiiht connects swithi the Western all rollege clubs. Send1 for u ,i
Catalogue of Sumnier Sports a
Union and Postal Service telegraph forms, A. & Bt. free to antyades
offices andl wills the Germanialtotel. A. G, SPALDING& BROS.
Headquarters are at the roonsot dson CIIAGO' tIIP11L ett Sti £te
Mel~c~lwee and Fitch, 39 Sooth 10 aionSrc. fCet
F~ourtlh street. °41 and t243 Broasaa'

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