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April 04, 1891 - Image 4

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___._. A !"t ' T 11.5-0 SOAPS
TIMSE fAi31.., Mill fa s lrts'tsssest t hss e root 555of the utu :i i11
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11.,:t (a uai1,il isisi sl l , 1, tho he51 s t ills. mlvt11sit1i
13. F. CLA~RK, Manager Ilti)iiNiit55. .t( 1,75,551, 1i b1('iaslritt a(ut'
Lelive ANN 1555555 from Court Howe, sit '111(1 sit1tleautill g s'lssggt i. - r id om t u 8
(I1 1'A5 NI )11s.1. iPORTLiAND5, OE. t ~t> 1i(,11 sI. , st.xt ssI Isllsont,. ,n 01 . i lr'oiW. ls)l ti td. ll ill to (
a' tsissgosS t corntr.o1.15 s it iad>5 Irsssis Sstssyoslltt'. -w-_riV11T> A.I OLL 2011' >50
ets1>5k5s1(tt 5 rIs'sm-..ssst saes,.'.,5'jis ~ELLIOTT & SHUTTS, Proprietors
Manu l u Yol ca sae tley tsy gingi tis.Way11 to PEOIA . I II._
Pl Es , ts 'that lhsss' Ieens iii ro uss Vstried1i'sA\nsss Isis and 5
5551>en1 Is' Ii's tI '.1'151t I.
The Asi by 's 1cia1," Ash~y " O Xteid,' 'Hat'vad.'
L,.'sltistdi -rtv1 iS'.. Positios filled,230(01. Seks Tea'.l'
ar mbitiosu.s for as!' cncersent rathser thsan tier">evwithoust 1PO>ST
5 I I I G.H. WILD.
i1,1111s s,111c tist'Isstsim't SisjisdsijIcit11,111s tssssts s 5
I~ lr i ~u i tt< el tsc.:111 Ietes>tss ss ls i's sstss i s ii Its'1'iusis a1 1 sss
.11 t)-r° ai;5 'Vt. sI' 51.I.I. Is >55111 hiIN >a'No. 2E.Washington St.,near Main. G. H. W1J
ADiKFO -- £' ATrL'T HII a uTV i u rnI ir im nwr3I-jS-iLSS PIE I
HIGH CLAS$
CORRECT ::STYLES
Spring Suitings
ANDI Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings.
New Colorings
( Trouserings.
Novel~ties in Fa' cy s esinigs-Iivtry-
liisg Neiwa-Stylish andis
S sonisiale st
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MliC 1.
ST' r.,illS v "5 55 )I5 isi iii
BLANK1{BOOK1$-'
Folr tsene'xtthu 'iy 5lays
555 5 i I si 15 N IN Hiii 5ITY
inch111 1eari lWhlistseIPlates - - - - cs. periset
7-incis damin 5tinssChinaPltes- -40 5 s. per set
7 inch'iiSrni-pssrrelisi, Booste's Pisites - - ;-)s rts. peri'sri
Pearl White II'llil Tess-- ---- ---8ctrs. per set
,adamanstotneis'II 'situ'''as - - - - 50i it' s.perset
Boote'> s emsi-porcelasin II'd l'es- - - i t. pei set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. DEAN & Co.
THE CAMPUS.
Halrry ibooths swho firerd the re-
volv ersit us>euusotor roan, has ibeen
ieisd to the sirruit cousrt isr trial.
Thei> large5st uitversity inithe
sit ait Casiro. It iisis idt s'avein, -
00o sudsenits.
N sill tso scomip1eslitoirs to sign
Ihir raessito aits l srticles wistentiy
the hie s sa ssed the i>senaste (of the
sNinstitotsi legislattire.
Thei weatiher has ibeen sucs tht
the> footlsall teanms of the Utivsersity
of (Califosrnia hasve beensalt to kep
up pracietis dutrig thse isinter
It is repsortedl that the> heir ofJ ohni
Jacol) Astor's immnsne forttine, W~il-
lisaum 'Wsaldorf, isas proisedix to give
~Iooostoo tos endiow a ntegrol Usi
rersity at Oklahomua.
Iiasrsvart!, 'Vale sansdthe Slassas lii
sells Insstitute (if'Techsnology get
the> blstk of the Philip Exeter grad-
niates lext Ifall I Harvardi getting
fosrty, Vsale twrenty-twro.
Tihe fact that Vsale iassts rely en-
tirely upoun tio freshmnen tiosccupy
5the pittiher's bosx tisis yesar shld
inispire its with sillsfidessce as tio our
ablit-to tsdIefeaut iihese, outrsorthyr
lhe>Hiiasrs!niiseissisasle tspas
foillos: IUptons, 5.; 1Hoiwe, .; DIick-
isisn, 5 ib.; lrsstlsissgssss, 2b.; C'iook.
anls Dean , -b.;S IHavery, is. ;Cor-
hell, rf.;I Holloswell , cf.;I Deanisisis
iFrstltitigiaii, If.
:uir. jest hugs isis jusst retuirsied
fromsi(Grant!Ratish ier> lie hias
bieens workisig in the isterest of
Newbierry IHIall. It is likely that
several G5rsand Rapids fisrnittire firnms
still assist ini ftrnishsiing Neisherry-
Ini our reviewv of the Castalian
yesterdlay, the senttencte referring to
Prof. Scott's song shtousldiiave read,
'lT'e priz> sohig hy F. N. Scott is a
mnarcihing song, something the U. of
Mit does not have (instead of lose)
ansi destined to he one of onr faint-
it> songs."
N s5iCf -Gym suhscriptionis can
he isaid at Steward's office frons I to
S o! Aprii. Office hours 9 to 9:30.
T. it. HINCii'sAos, JRs.
NOasCE-There wiii be a reguiar
meeting of the Oratoricai Associa-
tion next Tuesday (Aprii 7), at 7
o'clock p. in., prompt, in Roonm 24
Main Building, for She election of
officers. J. L. HANER, Pres.
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JE WELr-"
islAiN SITR E.T ya~
Speial ast tetn aid toiiirepiingi
M.W. BLAKE,
PICTU'RES, IF"RAMsES, A 1'
ARs OD. l etHrnFERDON LUMBER YARD,
Mauactuiislrer of andiei ialer in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM-ScP
('sr.'sourthi andi uDet Sts.
J. HALLER
0. M-NMARTIN,
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
J. A.POLHEMUS,
"155Tu1iIAIis NI)1151E6 3-^ F iN
Northi'iMai stt
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
iiksiandsdiasrs in
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed.
k> andsi18 E. Wasin~gton SI.
JOHN WOTZKE.
Maus1'r Of fineI
I.ADIE S' aad(t~vNZl' %lslOEd'-4
Withs (le returis of' the Base 2$
Seasssn, swe shall he preprared to fUr'
iiisii all tihat is iiew and desirable in
UN IFORIMS FORl Base BaliLa
'teinnis, ('ricket, La Crosse, Yctn
aiid for ail Outing uses. Our Shakes
Swsester for qualify aind durability isay
no equial. Our line of Bause Ball SiiW
piies, Bsats, Balls, Masks, Blody i'°
teeters, Catchers' Mitts, Lsawn ' Lenlii1
Supplies, etc., etc., as in former se'as'
oils wiil defy compieititioni, ,We arie
jiistiy proust of our large college fOl
10iosig, idie as we sire awaire, toii
superior quiaiity of our goos. is
esteens we aims to strengthenfl rtiiL
seasois to seasoniiii the imov
of our goods where it is possible. Cor-
respoindeince desiredl with inflagers 0
all college dlubls. Seind for our SewY
Cataiogiue of Simmer Sports and Lsx
forms, Al. & B. free to ansy siddress-
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,-
CIICAGO: PHILADEL i5IlA
108 Madison Sireeh. 10112 Chuestniut * et
NEW YORK:
'.41 and 243i Broadway.
Thi>eseocrats, in caucus, iast
5 M~ Iigist nsinated NV. G. hDoty, a
Hasrvaird. 'ale, U. ostf'M. ans iveirrsal graduate of the Literary Depart-
muent, for mayor, aindIProf. lAT. tE.
COLLEGE + OTF ITTER. iCooley', for psresidenst of te councii.
Sporingantl Atbietic Goods, At the Unity Ciuh, on tMsonday
Basse Bail ansd'Tennsis evening, P'rof. George lHempl iwili
Goods a speciaity. read a psaper on 'Getting settled in
10 AND itJIARIVARD RO0W, Bleriin." Cornet msusic iby Mr.
0~iMB R2DG , M SS Mr. Collins, piano music by Miss
ISURf.EiGf &sJOLLY, AO3EN7SS. Mininie Davis.

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