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April 04, 1891 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-04-04

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Published Dully (Sundays excepted) during
the Collesge 3year, by
TiE E U. OF M. INDEPENDENT AsSOCIATION.
Susritonpie'-1,50seepee, invaiablyti
t 1a vn e dinleiicotll is : its. ()11 ide at
(evenng at t 'clockI, s cii i ' ties 111.3. he
left ntthe off letcif he Opert }loin-
b lc lit-tietg sli t lix txt r ih n
(it'xciiitile: I tteditors.titit
1)-.mifTHEU.auf to . DAILYslv dy
Ann Arbor, Mtich.
EDITORS.
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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
wioild be tdebarretifromx its use at-
fur setittitantieseiare theine I T T Q C ~ Y ~ b R
forwho itis spcialy eedd.WE WILLIFOR Till N'EXT FOUR WEEKS
ittle Iitt cc'Offrtirve titns it tater itt all kidstt tobe solt by thxe 1xound at regular
Tihe anl eeting ofi the l'ade' S1irtilets. 'eetitle('rown ilImpler'ilinenllllat 25 cenits pee
Lietary.\ssoitionit sill bele It 'ltinii poiuld. BondtlPaper, Thes'is, and(1 Typewriter Ptiat l
the licrare itotntlea, .-Apcilt ; txI GeeatBa-gnsJits ettpes I to alth altltpapers
p. it. 'ietsticc ae cetilcitetlatl Preatly redutedt rates.
2..; p. i ci m. 1c. (5 .5) are ~lctc O
to be treset. -Mrs fit 7w. ITnial
The1,11O i1 tiec all)ii iltoIs to itt
IS rv ~ncIc tttl ii SIc tttlicoti Ili
Ric ett ( . I. _'h laII thttot
NSit . (cln tecc tot ccplet oni
BUSINESS, LOCALS.
THE
LAT E CEPETION
(It the Seasoniwil tPtlb e tel
P~SILcANTI.
DAILY
tt ow,'t t h t t htil t fii il am un o
tnnyfr h niasasuedithlctioofthe1"igwl ot
tae protposited 1 so illmothsalgoitcli
soctes i titi t i tin cilof tiltforthle
puapselni Soth It te ist. ade
dioule ss vatl i s tcIto i the ssteo te
tui ng se wrce i ili itr 01se 1. lit lin
th i o he maoifteof ls)u-
cetstit so l b lcei'd oti. l the
ttteec c iitt thtisti ha~t ote ispiceLi it
hitlocig n te a p sistutuci'it
itg to y etrctd0a d it w.ouldjie~t
touch lit oo eg t ed i t he Fall
gru d h11)0 el' be sartil e td. sImt
th r ss fii n: cli t e lithe 1111
INt itts i :~tilll 1i;'.]lli h a(} l~l'II'l~fI~l li('l2SJf'
otilt. y't' t ite ii'cs. itar cor iaIyli vitd.lieo
5 ii lt 'B. I i "iii.and "11111 ltttitteassurte
ts atc 01at Pl.i TERCHErberE Ihop.IA
Spet a e Ie f1 eelsa il hipeci
I'. loni d S -eoo1401t 111 dsliet, iMt el l '
1ititthlit stlitl l'.los tl . ll Otto i t '._____ __
1'o 1ttt io11 tc i l slll5st r,5 1"
11wIv .( le der 011stv i lt
tiprm 71'Fort SO'W htailDe.exit, 'm .
Al~ traMcinIurg{a necoads
ha c eee exettos ,,fIv
sodiheinfsc ineo odsiihsz o U
city Now for he blanc of his2
scoo ya w wllgvevota wieGRA
T NP KTGLisLLS ___ Ns)ill thit. toN s''.
8 TA TE 8T.
SOU TFI TTEP
Yo i t fi It l "il Iitlle of
Fine Furnishing$
dlier's lid1Cloves,
Perrins's Rid 1 lov'es,
Haslf Hose at asnag'al
LI ALL C-jRT3)II
SHIR'TS LI? LL KI['II)
Madet.'o Order and Sa'isfac/iQtt
Guaranteed.
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.
'Time Tab le going Itoeffect, MtutuY
GOING N 11 t[. t Iat
MIi. Il at't Pass ixee r ..... . ... 1
t. I tcast E xpressi . . ......" b
Gten. IPass. Aget. Lotil tO
tiltereit 01wIitt'he111 cssitie lto tile !' Sli'pecial rfinll tsipils w'testi- 1R3 ' ni o ~spera )p© u ;5
busiest ofthilltui. No x oti t ho tise' mateisswiltlit' furnsishedtil iiru'tluucst fur cdfsli. 8,1(1
titlit ittitlil stietlitvatiteoeslet ot liettpettuslilles 1"etsterttity .Slfsi13l)1e
who coul spend lMistsepartiofProgram es rternistfr tsuuupets,
their litte in athletics teouldthieier situ ('tuh Gusitrdtltcs'orgs'ttssllt's R YA LJINbUKU'I
tate spacious grotuinds cecuietedlsndil stuttu'riinlsof college 'ammeork
withl the Gymillevessit it twere a mite Ossr staiontsery is atlcays ntablse t'fur 1XAItL'4.U"IA
iway troxiiitile Camus. ut if it its lhandissoesngrainug, erradct fortmC, i ttss fth ss risso ct
ansd ssodterate telesis. LC S opsdo h etatsso ct
took a fifteein or twyenty minutes ' ,- r.em-- alanitn ltNatiotial soups.
wvalk fromitile(University to reachtAC VeSILID D tJ Prices,- 35, 50 and 75 Ots.
the gymnasium, msany a busy stutcent CHICAGO. feats sin susie at Po'ttstnice Nes stand,
l OSatssda3 at t) o'loch A. M.

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