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March 18, 1891 - Image 4

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T[4FtV -mDAILYl
SALiE OF WAT'1 E
M1ust be closcid iut. Salie cry alterniooi leen! iing.
L. T LIMIPERT,
Life is Uncertain!
DEATH IS SURE. TVP41.IME :TABLEW:>t~'
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ificlipan 'M tual Ill,(, n~tI'l nce io(1114111Le ve i' 1111,A 'I'1 a11,1t..5, 10
Iitco e 3,10,000. Srlusii over1111 A1114 ). cre 11)111411om ('tit}I)IEC
A J ~~Teachers Co-Operative Assoc[ rl 7&7 t. .
I t I 1 1 \ r It Establishxed in 8 4. P tin iltled, 23(10. Se c."
11' 1ta ° justta1,c'i tii a 'i < fr t~icarle ambitious 14 ccr ctvtn1e reeatbiiousefotidvance ent rater thantho 01it 44hO 11
The t 11(111 111 t__.! 1-. It 1 x
HAVAD NDYALER 1
The SAC\( 1-. T It II It N t N 1..is tie 1 1.:: T, e n(i-Iit.
t)t*ItLN lOI'NIX\IN .N N ol- Si. and11 lrat it I
fiil S11 t.
G. H.WILD,
*tttill)^+I.! No. 2 E. Washington St. near Main. G. 1-. WILl)
CORRECT:-:STYLEIS
Spring Suitings
ANI) Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings.
New Colorings
(Trouserings.
N05lltlesii lalley Vestinigs--Evcry-
thing New-Stylishl and
Seasonable lat
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICtH.
EURLEIGHI &JOLLY?
26,S. STATE ST., A:ssiAnnBOl, 11111.,
BILAN1K BOOK~,
-AND-
F-or the l1net thlirryclaly-s.
Hlarvard, Pale, U.of M. nailUniversal
COLLEGE + OUTFITTER,
Splortinlg and Atlhletic Goods,
Batse 1111all d Tennis
G00114 a specialty.
10 AND) 11 HARVARD R1(0W,
BURELEIGH & JOLLY, AGENTS.
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES
N111411nch Pal whlite Plat1es - - - - .;:t 115. 1)141set
inch111Adamantlliine C1iiIlal'Fllites - - - 4i)c-Is. 11111set
in1111 Semi-plorcelalin, 11oo)1e'4 Plates - - i8cts. per set.
lear l Wiite I1'ld l'ells - - - - 38 ets. per set
AdalanltineI'l- 111 Teas5 - - - )0 ets. per set
Boole's Sremi-porcelalinlItIlIdTells - - - 751 cts. p~er set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. )DEAN & CO.
FIIT 7,ES ILEOOI
THE CAMPUS.
Tle niy lu iii give a soril
lext Monilay evening, Maceli 3
UIlie IPrincretonitfreslhmienitax-c le-
11111411tiiptL ac-lrosse54teatm in the
field.-
:Mliss \Marrylitrnll -.'9.1, 11111 left
college can1 accoutillo f sickniess, iand
n-ill 11o1 retutrn this yeair.
ill iss Jeiinie Crosby-, 1941 is enter-
tainling 11er sister, MNiss Grace Crols-
by, (If Detroit, for a few day-s.
Wourk on t(le itospital buildling is
adv-ancinig rapidlly; thte walls o)n the
second lstory are icarly complleted.
IDr. WI. 11. K~elly, of lBrooklyn,
sell! occupy- the pulpit cif the 21I. E.
chsurchi next Sunday-, both miornsing
aisd eventinig.
If. N. Quiijley, law, 1911 has re-
turnedl to school after spiend~ing a va-
cations of a mtonths at his lhomie ill
(hicllmiolit, (11111.C
Certainily the msemiory- of Saint
P~atrick wvas revered yesterday judg-
long tromsit(le inumber of students who
swore tlie colors of (lie Enserald Isle.
lDr. Ewell lectures to-night in Ite
law lecture roonm 01 Micro~scoply
anid in connection withi this subject
lite will talk on the famsous Cronin
niurtder case.
The '92 omedics lpresenstedl"Doc"
Nagley wills a meerseliaum pipe and
several packages of tobacco yester-
day in recognition of the kind treat-
msent received at Isis hands during
the year.
The (Choral Union hteldl its first
rceiearsal last iiight liii oitsoc's
faimouts comptiositionl -"The Rceemp-
tiot1." It xwiiibe giveni toithle pub-
lic :flly 30.
Vesterday wsatthe liirthday of
P~rof. IHaskell, of the Uniiiersity of
California, last year instrtictor in
miathtemiatics here.- A itumsber of~
sophom~llores telegraphed co(nlgratul-
lations to himti.
Secretary Waide, applreciatinig tle
eindeavors of Prof. Trueblood anid
(lie classes is oratory- to decorate
Room 24 xwiths Iictutres of (lie great
orators, placed ini Rooims 24, (Isis
msoring, a xvery good picture of
iHos. 11. E. Gladstone. Thse class
piassed a mhotion thanking Secretary
Wiadle for his kinsdness.
At (lie regular meeting of (lie
Philosophical Society1 Thursday
eveninlg, Mr. I:. E..lirownl, Phl. D.,
pirinlcipial of the Jacksons IIigli
Scol, xwill read a paper oiii I"The-
Ilerbartian Systems of Pedlagogy."
Mr. Birownl graduated here in '89,
sttudiedl at (lie University of Hlalle
duiriing the folloxving year aiidlt(1ok
the 111l. 1). degree in 1990, after
stuilyinig only one year for it.
The programu of (lie Jeffersoniaui
Literary Society, to-morrow evening,
is as followxs: Essay, W. L. 'Town-
senid; orationi J. A. L.argenst;ins-
pirompiltu, C. O. Italley; music, J.
B. Smith. Debate: Resolved, That
(lie United States enter into a Re-
ciprocity treaty wills Cansada. Aff.,
ID. Ii. Hanson and G. A. Jeffers;
nseg., H-. 1. Ottenseir andl T. B.
Hlawk.
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER'
Spevialiillrlslol lp1111illtoreplliringltce
M. W . BLAKE,
SICTURES, FRAME~S, A $ A
ART GOODS. 1 iett Il I
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manufatctuirrrer f11111dele n11
SAGEINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
(ho. rth and111Depot11Sts.
J" HALLER
Ritlringaspicialty.
0. . MARTIN,
D1 ELRIN li
Cloth Caskets, Mffetali
ANI) COMONINISN 111111 ..-'
T .A./TPOLHEMUS,
A1L)) 11 5 SHA)CIK.AND) 11111 xGS 1iE
Nort Main 1Stree__
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Baks nd 11dsalers in tI
Groceries, ProvisionsFour and reed,
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker o iine511
I.ADIIES' amid GENTrS' -*o
Rlepairilngneatly dsne.43 S.Main St'
With thle retuirn of thle Base '01
Seasn, se shall be preprart-o i
-Irish all thatt is new andi dell 1(p
('NIFORMS FOR Base Ball c~in
Tennilis, (ricket, La (rosse, Ya'l, 1eg
andl for all Outing u1ses. Ou0h1
Sweater for Iduality anld durablity ka!
110 equa~l. Ou~r lne of Batse Ball $11P.
plies, Balts, Balls, Masks, JBodeullrs
teeters, Cateclernsitn, La«'ln s
Supplies, ete., etc., as in formoer se
011s still defy comp~etitionl, Iefol-
justly proudi of our large college the
lowi-lg, due 1asxWe tare astllre, tpIus
superior dulality of ouir gooils. ffllt1
esteem sxe aim to strenfitiCO i
5se15011to) sealson, ill the illrO' fir.
of our goods where it is possibleersof
respotidetice desireld With 111,1113 e,se
all college cluibs. Send for ou
Catalogtie of Slimmer Sports an
forms, A. & 13. free to laly address,
A. G, SPALDING & BROS"
(CHICAO: uIL5ADEtLP lt~relt
108 Madison Street. 11(12 ChCst11l
NEW YORK:I
'A1 and ti43 BreadwofP-

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