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March 30, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-03-30

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Overcoatings.
New ~ Colorings
NewIN
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Seasoinable at
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
26.. S'ATEIFFN., ANFiSARBO I CILia,
BJLAN1K BOO1KS,
-AND-
cFor the nsext thirty daiys.
T.zAM.z; -= 77: RTIT,
Harvaid, SYle, U. 1f M. andlt~sversli
COLLEGE'+ OUTFITTER,
Sporting and Atbletic Goods,
Bdase Ball aisd Tennis
Goods a specialty.
10;AND 11 HARVARD ROW,'
WIi.J1
GREATEST VARIETY
7 inichilearl White Pla1te's -
7 iiichi Semi-porcelailn, Boote's 1
Pea'Frl 'W'hite 1111191 Teas -
Adaanitine ILFdlFI 'leas -
Boote'ts Semiposcelain 111113 Ti
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
THE CAMPUS.
liFattoli 5111d1Holmeiis, botli'94 fits,
waiIlFd into D~etroit, Satturdaiy.
Miss Ellsa W. Kiiig, '92 lit, is
entLrtainlinigtiersFiL'er ltor 71 fNw
dlays.
Thel(lee L'anit lliFj o Cl ubsIf theli.
t. 01f'W. ,giNe con Licert ill tica'7go,
to-niglht.
Prof. Mlckauglini was calld tFo
.Muskegois to-iday, by tihe dcathi of
his fatbcr.
Pres. Balleutine will bc iinaugur-
atcel at thic nsct Oberlin collegc
Regcent Cbas. R. Wihitnsan willF
rcad a papier bcforc the Unity Club
tis cvcning.
commncemenct.
IX'. E. Goddard lit, 'g0, and ptres-
idcnt of thc S. C. A. last ycar, was
in town yesterday.
Tbc Castalians bas 120 illustrationis.
Over $500 has been expended oii
this feature of the book.
E. C. WXarriner, lit '91, whlo is
teaching in the Monroe bigb school,
was in the city, Saturday.
C. M. Htartmnan, of tse Au Salie
hiigb scbool, and an old U. of M.
msan, is visiting friends its the city.
FLast Firiday afternsoon thse roonm of
a studeist at 58l Division was entered
and about ten dlollars in money
taken.
The miniisterial baud coinducted
chapel services yesterday. Ad-
dresses were made by Messrs. Buck,
Bowen, Cutler, Goddard and
iiNtFF~On I . PusiLin flled030(. J°:F E'itl.
It"" .Il'itt _foF .r ,_,' tncemNnt Frather 'thaSn F"FFa NF tL~sot.. FFFFQ
G. H. WILD,
I t 'Fi IFI uF FtiF 'mi il itlF
Isdi FuNtheL Ill IStck IfIFF,111FFDress Illit11FF n1111 marFetl
Al )N Ihe latestlshaFF " nd I oiiii'esF5 F1in TI' Feil FF1 d
Uerotns fiegsscnehaOfNo. 2 . Washington St, near Main. G. 11. W
r O ETPRICES WM. ARNOLDEEL~
iN 'Li CITN. WATCHMAKER AND JWLR
33 e F ts. lpes set S SalaetiMAIN STiIEIFT, rnWace
'S - - - 405 ets. per set anJewelFFFrPy IsFIlid1 tia. ~
'lites- - 5F cts. per set
33 - acts. per set M. W.BLAKE, p
-- 0id ts. per set PICTURES, FRAM.ES, A'
'ells - - - 7.5 ets. per set ART GOODS. iF0SWest fHuron StI
pEANr & co. FERDON LUMBER YARD,
At thle mleetingof tlse'93 base-tball SAGINAW GANG SAWED Ug
directors, last Sweek, I1. I. Sander- _ C.Ftt urthland Depolti 011SIN. '
son1 wvas elected msan~ager; It . A.J-HALLER
I 'rielllin, chiairmsan; andil11. G.
Wh IitehseadI, treasuirer.Reir'l~linlgaspialtylS
'heliewFbul~ilding for tihe lawv de- 0. M.MARTIN.
IiELER ii~lIN C
Itartmlicnt of Ite IUIirversily of 'MicLh- Cloth Caskets, Metaill"
leanwasto ost$2,00,00. ut - -J, A. POLHEMU S.
thicy didlst get thleir applropriation.- T 7 iv- "
Thse Aegis of Wisconssin UivI. ALSO 'IiiS BACiC AND iiAGGOAGE J
Th~e temperansce meeting inI the North SMain Stret
Chaelyeserdy ateroon wa an RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Clsaelyestrda aftrnon, ws a Bikers antl deFalers in Fda
ensthsusiastic one. Addresses were Groceries, Provisions,Flou randFe
nmade by D~r. Stecre, Mr. Montgons- - I'3_aid S IF.,5Washinilgton Ft '
ery, Dr Prescott and Judge Chseeser. JONkrWOTZKE11
Mr. A1. C. Eycleslieymer wlso bas =-ADIIES' and GlENTwS'I
been working during the p~ast year Ieangnal ln.o a
in thse Biological laboratory, left i1
Saturday night for Milweaukee, whlere g 6V
lise hsas a plosition in the Lake labors-I
'With the return of the Bise033oll
iory. ein o ae rane Season, we shall be pl'eprsred to
b~emcis onaearne nishi all that is new and deia ls
Isent for tlse Art Loan Exhsibit for UNI[FOR MS FOtR Base Bal,11 in
Tensnis, Cricket, La Crosseah
the Newberry tHall fund will be held anid for all Outing uses. Our 3 3
iti lse halel a lslf-pst even Sweter or ualiy aid drahlitY1
inth capl t al-pstseenSwatr orquliy ndduabno equal. Our line of Base Ball SIp
1,rigy venig, ot i th afernon piesBat, BllsMass, 7ot 'l%
Fridy eenig, ot i tle atersoonplis, ats Bals, ask, Jod 1
as wvas ansnounced. tectors, Catchers' Mitts, Law'nZel-
Tlse prelimsinary oratorical mun- Sspplies, etc., etc., as in forersae
test of thse 1.. of INT., to select an ons will defy competition,'tfol-
justly proudl of our large 10lleg e i
orator to represent thsens at thlelwig Fu s's ieu vt
tnter-Collegiate oratorical contest, sulperiolr quaility of our goodls.fr1
wvill be hseld soon1. Thse contestansts esteeni we nim to strenlgthenl0510li
are linsited to the senior class. seasoni to seasonl, us the iujpro' conr
of our goods where it is possihle es of
Thle Detroit journal has issued respondenlce desiredt with uillge
circulars, whlichs are being distributed all college clubs. Seiid for OUP i ii
througlsout thse Nortlhwcst, giving a formsoge I. f et d is
detailed account of thse plans adop.tre-o iy dres
ed for thse conmpletion of Newber A. G, SPALDING & EROS'
Hall. A sketch of thse S. C. A., CIuCAGOo: PIIILADELFIreeII
as well as descriptions and plans of 100 Madison StreeL. 132 hstu
the building are added. 24 nE YOM
41nd 2403BroadwaY-
BURFLEIGHS & JOLLY, AGENTS. I Warriner.
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