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TVIE L.'W M. DAILY
ll IS=!NE E.,t .B A -11 "1. Life is Uncertain!
TIME TABIF DEATH IS SURE.il onetllth10
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lalu act -s atat lavae peen at thorouglltaria- iA l l t rloa nd tt
a a ca t tafct taaatist acti tattt
The "Ashby Special," "Ashby," "Oxford," 'Harvard,'
anf -lv AsSrO :l I-,l
aamtiousa for adva ncemna't rathera t tanttor wthou stio n --
a 11lt l of'lls(il >a t I a ol.G. H. W ILD,
1.C. 2 v5oc r . - Is atataat ftagha t' t t'ckta-ofatF-tll hDress Satll tg ttatae' tatat Itt-
lDt'alaea taill oo s tat io-'t t tc.,all theat taes miat lltatt otaaeltieslTa a o' us(a,'tag taa
-It ST1' S'XII , l I;-h '. a Stal'Il AL~ I i-'' vrotn in etcnh m f
No. 2 E. Washington St, near Matn. G. H. WL
I. ILL N ITV I u07urDr, * 13- USIINESSODIPTEWTO11I -
J.i.Jf1OD I D AT OT LU A -cTV iDOcT D iE ----------------t
HIGH CLAASS
COFRECT ::STYLES
Spring Susitings '
ANDat Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings.
( Colorings
New . IN
{ Trouserings.
Novaeltiea itt lFacy Vaatiaa ls-raaery--
llttag ;Newa-Stylialianaat
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ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHL.
MIERLE I GI&JOLLY
261 t-3.taScE TA:V Aaaaaa, Mia.,
BLAANI(BOO1KS,
S2TATIQ -TE-Y
a J-51 the nepxt thirty days.
Haard, Yalta, iN taof M.ana L;Unavaeaal fMf
COLLEGE + O-JIFITTER
Sporting anti Athaletic Goodis,
Base Bail aand Tennis
Gootis a specialty.
10 'AND it1lHAR VARD ItoWYJ
BitRbEiG IT & -JOLLY, AGZNPVS
UflLAI C31 VANIT d LUWET~I 1rNWLu
it", Ii tttia INa tHE ClLI T.
7 inctht Pearli White laites-a a- 3cis. ter set
7 tanitadaanaatineC hinPatt es'itt's40 ets.iper set
7 jiahSemni-porce'laaiia, Bootes Plates - - a-)8ets. per set
P'earl White itid 'leas - - - - - 18 cts. per set
aaiuanatinae I1dld Titans - - 50) cts. per set
ilotte's Senai-iaorcelalint itilti Teats 75 cts. per set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEANV & Co.
THE CAMPUS.
trot I icattil wall havec ala article
oat "Eaglisha tronauntciatioaa,"''inthel
tUaaia-rsity Reco ardl
Prof.(aGeoi.IHitil atill rcaad a its-
pter beiforethe Lenit l uahntat 1i oat
da~y- ca-catta- ttil" Gaettitng Sett~ldiit
.Berlin.
Airs. .I'laait Nat tea Sat. :laita
street, gasvas a social to the youang
pteopale of the taresbyterisan chutrcha
text Fridaty ev-eninag.
Mr. Harry J. Kenntaeay, oaf Anni
Arbor, spetat Sutaday at Jackson,
the guest of Atlas Jennie 'rice.-
Jackson aa troit.
Prof. IS (Sge trill read a ptalter on
'Te Claimts tofAModiern Greek tPro-
nncistiota" at the Phllological So-
ciety to-nmorrow evening.
Next Sunaday evening Dr. Geta. F-.
liuntitag, presicdetto(f Ala Col-
lege, aill lecture at the tPresbyteriana
chiurcia, on aaPilgrin'sa Progress.''
'rTe next nauniber of the Claicagat
Graiphic, wvhichi sill appear April 4,
will. contain a full page wvood en-
graving (af Pres. Angell, anal a four
page sauppleentt dev-otedto a a de-
scriptiota of the U. of Al.
Prof. Jenaks, swhio graduated acre
i'fan tokhsAM.dgeinte foliowinag year, has beens callead
to a psrofessorshipa at Cornell. D~ur-
log te ipast tavo years AMr. Jenaks
last been professor of Political Econ-
omy at the University of Insdiana.
At the preliminary oratorical
contett at Northwestern U., held Fri-
day sight, there waere four contest-
ants for tehonaor of reptreseantinag
thaut college at tue Inter-Collegiate
contest. 'T'iree tof the subljects
treatedt were "Charles Sumaner,"
"aLatther anad the Refaritatioti''anad
"WVebster's Defenase of thae 'otastitti-
tiots."a 'Te latter suabject was
chiosent by taco contestanits. Trhe
dlecisiona of the juatdges hsas not, as
yet, tbeenantnounaced.
At the last maeeting of the Geo-
logical Society', the presideint ap-
p~ointetd a conanittee to take into
consideration the question of pair-
chasing a life-sized ptortrait of Dr.
Waincliell, and to niake a purchase
if thtey thsink it; advisable. Atiss
tPatterson thteis read a paper on a
"Trrip to Florida.'' At the conclu-
sion of her papaer, AMiss Patterson
readi an interesting ipoenm, of a geo-
logical nature, from the ipens of A.
R. Fulton, aindldetdicatetd to Dr.
Wainch'ell.-
Ptrofessor Dlewey is followiing, this
seatester, aneantirely sew plan las his,
aInttrotductioto saPhilosoishy.'' No
lectures are givean, thte subject being
tevelopted eantirely by discussion
anmong msenmbers of thte class, stimu-
lated occasionally by questions from
the tProfessor. 'The general senti-
msent seenms to be that the work is
decidedly profitable and pleasant;
especially so for tihe last few days,
when Professor Dewey has held the
discussion down to definite lines.
WM. ARNOLD,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER'
$t3 MAINSaRaE'T, watches
S ai attentaaionaaapaid toreptairig ewlr.tg
M. W. BLAKE,
F"ICTURES, FRAMES, A N
ART GOODS. 160twest Huro n t
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
M1antf actatrer otansaltier tn,,
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM SE
ItCoScatliturthatd etciaSta
J. HALLER
46 SOTHma Ata.
Reii g It-t Sp'a cialtya.
0. M. MARTIN,
DEcAla 'iiIN
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AAD COMMON 0C'OI'INsat
J. A,.POLHEMUS,
ALSO itI3l ACKn ANtSBAGGAGE,5.t.
_ Notrth aintaStreeti
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakersantaldealein a
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour andrFeea,
Batnatt8l6 E._taashingtoanSt.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker at Stae
LADIES'' and GENTr4'S' H~
Repintrtnaatlrytdone. 43tS.M an S'
Witht the retuirn of the Blase .Ball
Seaasona, ve sshl be preprared to for'
niih all thtat is new and adesirable tia
UNtiIF0tIMS FOR Base BalI,Lt
'Tenais, ('rieket, La Crosse, Y aelitie
sad for all Outing usesOu(Stir e
Swseater for quality atad tdurability its5
tao equal.- Our hine of liase Bail SLIP"
plies, Bats, Balls, Masks, Body 1 r9
teetors, Catehers' Mitts, Lawin Tenolia
Suapplies, etc., ete., as in former sas
ois still tdefy competition, We atl
juastly proutd of our large college fol
lowinag, date as ste are awrare, t h5j
sutperior qatality of aaur goods.aTfis
esteemtaWe aimto strenagthentfont
season to season, itntte iwlarovi, e
of our goods whlere it is possible. Coif
responldene tesired wsitli ma5Ilgers 0
all college clubs. Send for our Nti'
Catalogue of Summer Sports and Z'11'
forms, A, & B. free to any addretss
A. G, SPALDING & BROS.,
CCAO: lIOttADELt?11Aiett.
108 MadisonsStreet, Si3lSCbett Str
ti4l and .43 Broadlway.

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