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March 16, 1891 - Image 4

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TH XE V O nP . DAILYS
L t.170 W A 0I C
Ni'ALE \1't:OF '. WA''TCHIE
;Btlt be 'cloctlolt. Satc: stor} alisroius as n cii .
IL.T. ILIMIPERT,
Life is Unceertainj I Ifl fI;tTk'f;it"itI1 t l t,)i'
DEATH IS SURE. I TIME TABLE. ti
12.-5, 4,NN 511,)1,1 i 1 .:()1. ts CA
Fo h e t 0,1. N tlthre mltrI il rtelt t- I.t , 1 , .525, 5.O, t . lt .,0o
it-toot. on 'N milltl11('11 between the tig F oI:_'11
lnl. Ja lllo * CON IIt0p r AD{})t, in t, tihe000St OI r to g I It litt4
1 1 0 o s t l, I A g l t I . 1 S( 'ot1Irt t i t . I t l nftt
Teachers Co-Operative Associatio
1 e} e{tt ~kr h k~ irtwsaei7.t Al~ i h' art_ambttious for advancemenlt rathtor than those withot t
N ai\\ 11(111 e-t er Ie sldI lo ol1 a
!^ T TiTT
HARVARD AND YALE,
Iiit Iic patos t v n iot hs . C (otte ti t a d eeth n)
The SCL I"I'I.11)"N FI I N 11s Ie WesalSi.W
(tt IN 111 I; N I I N Af I o ad aratst
IS NI t .
Is sooot th Li arIogest Stok 4of1Fu1l1D1ess 'OUtitt;ill Itthe ltl lt l
I ;,t "No. 2 E. Washin.gton St near Main. G . H -WIL
J-. If. SZ IFOID.
1711H CLAS$
CORRECT:-: TYLEIS
Spring Suitings
ANDtt Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings.
Colorings
New IN
Trouserings.
Noveltieslin alloy Nstittgs-L ery-
tltitg New-Stylish latt
Seasonaible at
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHL.
BRLEIGIH & JOLLY,
BLANK BOO1{S,
1 .T1_..T
lorthtie neat tltirrce tlls
Harardale, 1' . 110 M. and Universal
COLLEGE + OUTFITTER,
Sporting andl Athletic Goods,
Base Blall anti Teonis
Goods a specialty.
10 AND 11 HARVARD ROW,
BURLEIGH & JOLLY, AGENTS.
GREATEST VARIETY
7inctPal 11White lPlatesti -
7 11n1h Semli-porcelain, Ilootes P]
Peal Wltite I I'ld dleas - -
AdamI~antine I 1111'l1eas -
Bloote's Semni-porcelain Il'111lTe
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
THE CAMPUS.
1Tw1oaof tile senoar medics lave
teenl diagntosintg glass eyes.
Thte stophomo~~tre social, Saturday
eitnltlg, was a soryenO~jolalble affair.
The HI arvard nine p~ Ilaytdt ot
fotors tttr the tirst timle last Wedntes-
TIhe first numbl~er of the tUnitversity
tAlagazine trill ptroblably be out
Apsril ist.
Tlhe S. I,. A. board Ihavesvateod
ont"-h.,41C 0 OstInottlrr 0tt~ V
c
t
i
c
i
1
c ILOWES~T PRICE
IN 1110 w(;is. WATCHMAKER AND J EvvE
s - - -40) Its. lperset andtI Jewlelry1
lts- - -58 cts. per setl.W BAE
- 38 ets. per set M .LAE
50 ets. per slet 'ICTU'RES, JFRAMYES,
to- 751eis. per set ART GOODS. 15 Wetlu
pEAN& co. FERDON LUMBER YARD.
Manufatulrer of and dIealer nR
chosenl. I. F. Ilall, NW. S. Whiting, SAGINAW GANG SAWEDLUII
IT. A. Friedlman, L. G. AN'hilellead, - C(or.Fourthl antIDept
and 11. Nichlolsons. JHLLEI-m"
The '92 lits elected, last Satur- 46 SOTHI11MAIN ST.
lay, thle followving base-ball Iirc- lReptttrtiti aspeciaty.
totrs: WVood, Joh~nston, Vanl 100aget, l. .01ARTINea1~
Alle sld Gren.Cloth Caskets, M -
NVale has canicelledI all 11crdltsle ANDI COMMION COFFINS
trith Am~erican Association clubs J. A. POLHEMUS.
owsing to the action of the Association ALSO'U AK N e(,9 .r
inareaking aayfrom lthle N ationllllNorthl Mainl Streelt
agreceent. RINSEY & SEABOLT'
Tlls following Inotic was fountd Bakers and dealers iln d feed'
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour a
tils m~ornsinsg onlthleidoor ott Protf. -__ hland8 E. XWashinlgtonlSI.
P~atengill's room: JOHN WOTZKE,
~ ' Maker ot fine
77,0 (9~c.15 * - ~f, r.- I0ADIES' acid GETI" So
The Commencemnent Exercises of -
the Michigan College of Medicine Im WS;rt
and Surgery, of tDetroit, occurred s}1 U
Friay. The graduating class nmenm- With the retulrn of tile I31 tora
beredl twenty-seven, two of whom Season, we shiall be prepUae 5ii
Iishi all that is ne1w anld desO asV
wvere ladies. tUNIFORMS F01lt Base Bl1
At the meeting of the Prohibition Telnnis, Cricket, La Crosse, 'sae
(Club, R. Allen and for all Outing uses. Our. l~
ti udyeeig-.R AlnSetrfrqaiy n uaiiy1 as elected president; J. A. liolard, 110 equ~al . Our line of Base13,j
secrtorforthefolowig yar.plies, Bats, Balls, Masks, Tins
sceay frtl floigyer tectors, Catchers' Mitts, Lao"0 e5i
F.. White anol 13. F. Chase, were Sulpplies, etc., etc., as ill forme ar
wat1 tlepresident, jutypodooulag tooie whte to onis sill defy competition 0]lege fo
make arrangeentls for oratorical lowring, due as we tire a« areT this
contst.superior qulality of our goods' foI,
contst.esteenm we aim tol strengteeIt
'Taylor, senlior law, 34 Thompson season to season, in tile inilproe01
of our goods whlere it is Possible. iso
street, hlad a scare Saturday after- respondence desirell with I otigeise-
no00n. He returned to his roons late all college clubs. Sendi for % oudV11
in t~l aftenoon o fooCittflloof e of Slummer Sport an
in th aftrnoo to ind t ful ofform, A.& B. free to anlyadrs
snioke and horning terribly. The A. G, SPALDING & BROS'
partition between his roonms was CHICAGOt: PI;L~AD1clruVjIAreel.
hurned before the fire could be cx- 100 Madison street. 1oeaZchellaa
tin-islid. aNEW YORK:
0igus41d Nland t:.43Broada
berroy Hail.
W'. Coie, a foriler '92 lit, has
bleenl appoin~tedIassistan~t state 011-
ginleer of Wyomnlg.
'Thle freshmnan foot-ball teanil nade
ano0t11r attempltt toihale t-hIeir pic-
tulres taken, Saturday.
F. 1V. B10011, law 092, las beent
suffering from an attack of the gripptej
for th~e last few days.
llriggs hlas resignled tile capltainlcy
of the P'rincetonl foot-ball teanm,
Warren beinlg electeid in his stesol.
Ilenry C. Lamar, Princetonts
famous foot-ball pllayer, teas drownled
near Augusta, Georgia, last week.
The following dates hate been
securedl with thle Oberlin nine: May
9th, here, anod June 13th on thleir
grounds.
At the '93 base-ball election, Sat-
ulrday, thle following directors were

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