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March 26, 1891 - Image 4

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t4- 1A. W M AILY -
I. Life is Uncertain! .
TIME TABL1F. DEATH IS SURE. il oilcir itie
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I CATA 11ARK, I~'IN II (11. 5' 5I NNA\ , 2 05 4..t.5 , .. t.0 assets over t aN SurpluN~ s0% e ti 0,
"7 Ft--. a Mi,. lantstag. lhsill.aN 17 Ot 1 a1d7tl tII inds-f n doat tmNtd l__vetmet____-
X 'NNtNtIN..ia dm taNt.lii C N A , ELLI OTT & SH UTTS, Proprietors.
Setl ifr ,t' ' 'tl' Manuali. I - atn le 111157by i ng t11 hias i to IN-ied Agettt, BIS suth hiaais.r
~y~La s~tail'ih titsI150-4. Posi~tis filled, d' 300. Seeks er- se'
SI m c)iii lt takc'ilSthe a eiiiyIfor tie5sale ittt 1m Arimr ij ' at-e ambitious foa a er etsatt rather thats t ivthoaat )stoy
HARVA IcrDtr AN '(D YA sLE iG. H. WILD,
ill tii IMas N t svel tttt IN. I. OtComeittlln t'sc~ lii. Is*sttttt i l L amessl~tt51 s tck of flSSl DressN Nitil-si th e I riartt t.iS
iFaSOS.i ' ')N'i' I N i'tiN i ,s te s oi l tS . Sitc sell Ste ASSlte ISItSttte INha es 1( lo(It s itt 'Fll t'tte ti ie
I ti '7) 5 I 5~' P5 lii' St.~saatit wttr~tit 5('rcI'ttitigs. 1 itie \Vestslattl'l h a to
tSt J O"II PAfrS.oadwmrn t . aiti U t II >WStti>. No. 2 E. Washington St, near Matn. G .WL
HIGH CLAS$
CORRECT ::STYLES
Spring Suitings)
ADtI Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings. 4
Colorings
New IN
(Trouserings.
Navelties in Fatnty Sestitags-Every-
Shing Newv-Styian1d7
Seasonable at
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
BEJRLEIH1 &JOIAAt,
2:5.rSTT:ST., AcA xo,As I c.,
BLANK BIOO1(S,
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES
tIN ICROtlCER%'IN P111-C ITI'.
7 itttit IPtarl Whitef Plates - - - - SN5. 171S.ert5
7 inchl Adamlan~tinte China Platte - - - 4I0 eta. per set
7 inchl Semai-posrcelainI, Baste's Plates - - 58 cts. per set
Pearl Wihite II'lt l'eas - - - - - 38 ets. per set
Adaantine lStl'd Teas - - - lit cts. per set
Blotea'sSemi-otrelainIt llttIleats - - - 75 ets. per set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. PEAN & co.
THE CAMPUS.
trof. I Ietrs- IWadle Rogers restitietl
htis coulrse Itftlttures to thte lasws to-
tlay.
Prof. Walter is itt(levealandiiat-
tendtintg the funeral otf his sister,
whott (ied syestertdasy.
ila Atdeltphi Itectilig of this wceek
las lteetn postptoned ott accoutnt of
judige Cliteeer's lectate.
M~ayor Manly leas bteetn appoinitedl
Colmmandter of the Soldier's Hlame
at Lansing. Studlents take notice.
The Castalian has over three huan-
diredi pages of m~atter, tlte largest
hook ever puablishedi by the studletts.
Mass mleetintg of ttose interested
in Newberry Hall, to-night. Pres.
AXngell and Mr. Brearley will speak.
A iparty of senior lasws hireti a
brass brantd last night, and serenatded t
a classmate weho teas caling ott his
best girt.
Tintotiteres l'aaintsiaul, a Syriati
wviii lectture ill the Presbyteriant
chturch to-morrow evenintg. A mar-
riage inl Iigit life will ibe reitresented
by Itim.
Jtutge C. I,. Grant, of te Miich-
igans Suptremte Court, trill titeak at a
ntass mleetitg ttf tihe Students'
Chtristiatn Association in te chaptel,
at 7:30 thsis eventing.
1,. L. Allor will Salk before te
Engineering society to-morrow event-
ing (In The Adjustment of te
Angles of Quadrilaterals by te
Methtod of Least Squares."
Sttphomottres tiesirittgSo ibeconte
catntidates ftorte titne stitll handt
teir namtes to otne of te directors,
W~iteltead, Satntdersotn, N ictelsont,
Hlli, or Frietdtmatn.
While playitig tall oth ie cattpius
last ev-enintg abotiSx o'clock, a hat
sliptped outt of Wilkinsott's itatttlantd
strttck J -. .treakey a sesvere blowt
otn tetiose. Iletwas carried ittto
te htosptitai, wthere it stas foutth iat
Itis nose ssas not broketn, bitt badil-
brttised.
'Te Webster Society last ntightt
electedlte foilotwintg officers for tite
etnsuing term: '1". H. Adants, ptresi-
dient; J. SDlosan, sice-president; WX.
IS. Eichthorn, secretary; E. E. Diasvis,
treasurer; A. WV. Morris anid J. E.
Roberts, msembers otf the ex.ecutiv-e
cotmmittee.
All te classes has- nt Selected
base-ball captain, yet nor put titent-
sets-es in shalpe to eInter te inter-
class league. Thtis matter shsould
be attended So at once its orsier that
te leagtte scitetdile ntay be toml-
pletely arrangetd before te first
gatte is played.
Prof. Citarles M. Gayley, formerly
Ast. Prof. of Ritetoric lnth ie Ctni-
versity of Michigan, at present in
te chtair of English at te Univer-
sity of California, read a paper lbe-
fore the California State Teachters'
Institulte last week. He seas also
elected vice-president of titat body
for th~e ensuing year.
E-USIITESS DPLEOIOP X
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
#i MAIN SillEET. ace
SpIeialtttentttiont paid Ito eirig;Wtt
a111 JI-eelr-
M. W . BLAKE,
PICTrURES, FRAMES, A D
ART GOODS. 15 testlHarsn0St.
FEROON LUMBER YARD.
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
('at-._FouthandttDepottls.
J. HALLER
4t6 SolTiNAtIt ST
lRt'patiringla spcialty111.___
0. M. MARTIN,
DEtLER dtIN
Cloth Caskets, MetallCo
A5NDt COMMtON'tNClFIN. -
J. A.POLHEM US.
ALO(1315S lHACK ANID11A7(,AG1 II
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Btakers and derttas int d
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Fee..
Satnd 8 E. Washington St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker atfItne
]LADIES, and GIENT89S' 5 IFo"
RlepaitritngIneatly tlsar. 4.1 S. MaimsS
Witihtile retturn of tile Base 91
SeaIson, see shtall be itreitrared toee
ntish all thatS is n~ew anld desirable r1
UNIFORMS FOR BIase BaillLaw5
Tennl~is, ('rieket, L~a Crosse, Ycii
and for all Outing uses. One Shake
Sweater for quality alnd durlability ItS"
no0 eqult. i-Our lute of Blase Baill up'
pies, Bets, Balls, Matsks, BoettY J
Sectors, ('ateiters' Mitts, Lasswn el~t
Supplies, ete., ete., as ill formier seas
0115 seill tiefy eompetitioln, We a1~
jtustly proud of our large colleg th
leigor a ear wre, toil
sueirqutality of titlegoatds. iv
esteemll se aim ol Istrenlgthten f1 t
season1 to seasonl, inlSte imptroveeCer.
of ottr gootis swiere it is possible o (f
all college clubs. Sf111 for our
Catalogtue of Su~mmer Sports anIII
farms, A. & B3. free to any addiress-
A. G, SPALDING & BROS.~
CHICAO: 1P1111ADELCl1-4" e1.
103 Madison Stlret. 10t CbeStnutgtI
SNE-W YORK:
'141and 243 Bro-adwaey.
:'1ADS
:P TA-CID
TL
-For te next tihirty days.
Harveardl, t'itt, Ut-ofttS Sstl5Ullrste
COLLEGE + OUTFIIIER.,
Sporting atti Atllletie Gootds,
Bas~e 11a11111117Tennisj
-Goods a specialty.
lOANI)115 ISASSVAISI?)StOW,
BtSILEIOIId JOLLY, AGH NTOI.

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