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March 17, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-03-17

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r,, " V L M I I
SALE OF WATCHES
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L. T. LAMPERT,2111
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DEATH IS SURE. TIME TABLE.1111
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C t Teachers Co- Operative As ocia' '.i'J
L tablisbed in 18 4 ostosflied, 2300. . Cse . .1,c1t 15 v
HARVA"RD AND "1""YA LE,
T h e T ANla i sN i s t h 2 1 1 . 1c l 2t. i t s 1 1 1 1 r
G. H. WILD,
1]r 111X 111 a 1 ", ts 1 1 tetisi rusrnim
4t No. 2 E. Washington St .nearMain. G. H.WILD-
1'IIQB CLAS$
CORRECT ::STYLES
Sp 1'i t : )
.XNIID -Silk Vestings,
Overooatings.
S Colorings
New { IN
(a Trouserings.
Nos'cltiesMl fancyV (estiungs 1.1 121'
Seasonable 111
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHL.
BERLEIGI &JOLLY,
3G",STEST.,FIIA N ~xi5. 1 ICa.,
BJ4N1K BOO1K$t
For' the nelxt thiirry dlays.
Harvard,1Yale, tU. 1of M. and Univor',al
COLLEGE + OUJTFIIIELP,
Sporting andi Athletic Goods,
Base Ball aod Tennis
Goods a specialty.
10AND 11 HARtVAlRD ROW,
SI2RLEIOII d; JOLLY, AGENTS.
GREATEST VARIETYc LOWEST PRICES
(tI' ('1711,1lIE- IN 1111r1V11.
inch1(1 erl llwhlite Plates - -22-;>;uts. 111r1set
7 1i1c1 Adamanllltine Cinaiilates - - 0its. per set
7 inIchl i -po1 )relainI oote's Plats - i ts. iper set
Pearl White 1(l'l' eas - -5- e ts. per set
Aaaantinle It dl'd 'Tees - 5 cts. per set
Bolote's Semii-porcelainii 11'1'(lTesi e-7, ts. per set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. )DEAN & GO.
THE CAMPUS.
as LI)of 5S idental studenC~ts grad.
uated 11from Iowa' C(ollege, M1arch G .
Presidenlt Eliot, lof H arvard, 11a1
beel lectliug atIDeCPaulws'-m1ver-
sity.
iii secret societiC's. It is a ('hinese
letter society.
ChIas. F". lHubbardl, a formecr 192
lit, is now at stenoIgraphler in St.
Louis, 2lssouri.
The juvenile class of Graiiger's
tancing acadlem~ystill give a "key-
miss5'' at the opera house, May ist.
Thle U. of P' . A:. is about to
adopt a constitutionl, agreeinsg ill its
msain featlures wsith thlat of the I,-. of
AT.
Tlhe U nirersity of Wisconlsinl has
organized a boat club antI purchlased
shells. They hlave also securedh a
roachl for their nine.
Thelprohibitionsists Isill 1111111a
con~test either Alpril 10, 13 or 23 for
thle p5urpose of selecting ans orator to)
lie sent to thle State tInter-Collegiate
contest.
A copy of the Gutenberg Bible,
thle first boiik printed fromn mol-able
typse, swas recently purrchased lby a
psaidi was $1 7,500.
Thle V. Al. C. A., of tossa College,
is ihavinsg a building erected at a cost
of $35,000. Thley claim thlat "it is
the first X1. AT. C. A. building ever
erected hr a western college associa-
tion."
The S. C. A. freshnmen will give a
socrial to themuselses and~ their friends
nlext Saturday evening, March zaz,
at 'Mlrs. Dr. lPrescot's,5out111I11-
g;alls street.
Pro~f. I lilnldair has heens alppointedI
by the execultive commtittee of thse
Na.tionlal lEdulcationlal .Associationllas
state mnlager for the annlual nmel-
in~g oIf the association ini Toronto,
lest Juily.
Chladbourne, renter rulsh on thle
University eleven, last fall, is at
present attending the :Michigan "Mill-
ing School. lie has organizedt an
eleven there and claims thle chanm-
pionshsip of the norths peninsuila.
Thle students of the Unisersity of
Wisconsin, are croswing over Ignsatiuls
lDonnelly because of thse victory
wthich thley claim one of their Ipro-
fessors won oser him us a debate onl
the Shakespeare-Bacon question.
IPresident Angell wtill attendt mleet-
11gs ansd banqluets of the alunsni as-
sociationss at Chicago, ?March 31,
and~ at Gra1n1 Rapidls, Apsril 10.
"Material additions to the ''gym.'
fund are exp~ectedl froms these mleet-
ings.
'The frats in the freshmns class
bave beconme dissatisfied with the
action of the class base-ball manager
in the selection of the class team
for thle league, and decided to form
a separate organization and put a
fraternity teanm in the field. The
league nmanager will not recognize
the new teans.
LUSIITESS PILECOLJPf
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
110 MAIN S''r115212, 'vS
Specil atte'ntlion pid Ill repair1igtc'
M. W . BLAKE,
P"ICTrUREFS, FRAMES, A 14
ART GOOJDS. 150Ivest luOe
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manufvacturer ofI 11n11dealer 1in ..
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
Cor.__ ourth a111nd Depot 11Ss
J" HALLER -
0. M. MARTIN,
DEIALI,5 N
Cloth Caskets, Metallic'
ANDiCOMMNN(11IN -
J. A.POLHEMUS,
A1S0 'BUS HACK. AND IIA(;GAG.E Ig'
_ Forth Main Streed.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
BkrandelrinGroceries, ProvisionsFlour an~dFeed,
6 and 8 E.tWashington St__. -
JOHN WOTZKE,
Makeresoffle
L.ADIES' avid GEINTES E0&q
Rlepairing neatly (lolne. 43 1.1Maim
With tile retu~rn of tile Base Ball1
Season We s1hal1 be preprared to f0"r
nisli ali thlat is new and desirable 1n
tt FOIIMSFOil Base BailLao
Tenlnis, ('ricket, La Crosse, Yanebtin9
anti for all Outing uses. our Sha~et
Swseater for qualityandl durabilitY 1136
no0 equlal. Our lin~e of Base Blall Suip-
plies, Bats, Blalls, Masks, Body Pro-
teetors, Catchers' Mitts, Lassn tes
Supiplies, ete., ete., as ill former seas-
ons will idefy conmpetitionl, We are
justly proudl of our large college fo1'
lossing, line as ste are awaire, toh
sulperior quality of ouir gooh IThi
esteem w se aim to strengthenifle1
season to season, in tile iwprol5'eD~1
of our goods where it is possible. Cor"
respontdence desiredl with 0manalge,
all college clubs. Send for oor tlgeo umrSot n 3
forms, A. & B. free to any aiddress.
A. G, SPALDING & BROS-'
1011 Madiison Street. 1it32 ChestnStret
NEW YORK:
2241 and 243 Broadwayt.

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