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April 07, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-04-07

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+i11ItiJ, 11' 11 It 51 Itttit111. 1dihhii ((l1.110 the0beILOISIA, Il h ll
The "Ashby Special" ("Ash by,'' Oxford, "lHarvad.3c'
ar><r m uvu ii/U'telJ I CHICA
Lo'tabtlilood 0 in 88. Positions filted, 2300. Sooks Toeoo100('W
arenlotiOU3 for adva ncement ratheor than those withoot ,Ositi>~
L,}o i'Tthe 1La1(est01111110F1 1151( 1 'I 11(l0tis lw nsih
01 011 '01 1~ 1 1 1 '0(11No. 2 E. Washington St. near Main. G .W L
I'nr l-DATr'T UIANDICTV J- fIrL"OT D IPM. IS~TO DROO
11' fCJ o1 A $
CORRECT:-:STYLES
Spring Suitings
AN 1) -' Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings.
New Colorings
(Trouserings.
Novelties 11in ancy'vesctiogs-1.11701
.Scasonoable 1at
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN '\RBOR1,-- - MICLI1.
:± SA:S T., O r 'I ARBIOR,1(1t('
BLANK1(BOOK$,,
P'AXDS
H1ar(ard, Yale,. 11f51sod t'niversaaol
COLLEGE + OUTFITTER
Sportiing andl Athletic Goods,
Base B all and Tennis
Goods a specialty.
10 AND 11 HARVARD ROW,
BUEIGIted& JOLLY, AGENTS.
UflLM1IC31 VAMClIT c LUVWCOI rNI mLa
U N (11)1 hi 11 IN 1111 1 1CITY
7 i111011 Oil W ite l ates.1111 -1 - ito0:40cts. ltr oet
7 itnchl Sei-porcelat01in, IBoote's 1Plates - - 58 c('s. Iler set
Pearl1' White Io'llil 'leas - - - - .:its cts. Per- set
Adaman111tine 1'dotllT'easo - - - .-) o ts. Iher set
Iloote's tSemi'-porcellainIi l~ l'101(0- ' ' 75 cts. per set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. 1PEAN & Go.
THE CAMPUS.
$1,000.
liss 7Miinie Newiy, ', . (f1tlti-
cago1, 10s01n5(town.
'The AnltigontiCw0111produced11 wice11
at Pa11, last week.
'Ilio tenili cots at l't'110'01111
110re in1 11e0last oweek.
'T'e Ctastoliait trill tbeIplacedonil
sale to-morrowtv11inrniig.
cam111
Viale on)a1 game010frotmoN etw1110
veio last Satutrday' li a score (if
10 1to 0.
'Ilie 1lase-balil man~agemlenlt of
Oberliot 1011e0sectured a ganmewit51
Cornell ino May.
P rotfI) '(oge o(cuptiedtthe Ipulpit
of tloe YpIsilantti Conlgregational
clhurcht, Stunday.
1t ti15 rumored0 thoat the fratertk-
10001 lhase secretly insertedt four ex-
tra ptages ino the Castaliano.
It. 1. Slagle, lawo '92, has left
schooolfior thle rest of the yearono
accounit of thte sicktness of lhis fattier.
'Thec iine of tte t;'niversity of
P~eitnsylv'ania swotna ganme irons
Dtartmsoutho College, last wseek, by a
score o~f 9 to 6.
Tihe socialists of Blrooklyn, N.,
base opened a " School of Oratory,'
for thoe lturpose of edutcatinog social-
istic agitators.
The semi-annual msecting of the
Central Inter-collegiate Press Asso-
ciation will be held at Philadelphia,
Saturday, April i ths.
Prof. Anodrews':MiLauoghlino las
returned fromtoNenia, 0., wheorelite
w'as calleot by the stuodiln illnecss
anid death of htis fathoer.
'The IBoartd of Eduicatioof ttNewr
York (City tas Otecidtedlto( lire tails
in whlichlo11 give free lecttures to tloe
woorkintg peitple of Ite cily.
'Tle cliss inl tunsettleit quest0ions
weore presenttedt yesterday wsith coilies
of Sloe lroceedinsgs itf thoe Natiottal
Cooomoissioneors of lRailroadls.
Thle -ale Nen's gives thoe late of
the U7. rtf 7l. with Vale as Junooe 16.
It shooulod te :ilay o26. 'Thocactolty
requires our teamo to returns Juneo 2.
According to 'lusi Keefe, thoeir
coacth, the Prinscetons lase-toall teanm
is stronlger thsis year than ever before
aoni will dtefeat Y ale withsout a doubt.
Thse Saslotenaw Ponuological So-
ciety has adtopted a set of resolutiotns
.os a triboute to Sloe late tDr. Woitclell,
whlo woas officer of climoatology in
thoat organsi/atiron fotr a on loer stf
years.
Floe .0 oolorst Citltbs arrive at 9:29
thtis afteroooo fromooClicago, swhere
thecy were tenottred a swvell recelptiton
last eveniong. Their conscert tot-
isiglot for the lbenefit of iour owno
cloobs shootlil be owell attenodeod.
1H. ". Reichsle, 193 lit, hsas beets
appointed instructor in Greek and
Latin in tlse Saginaw 1H1gh School
,to succeed Mr. IH. M. Frost, lately
deceased. This is quite an hsonor
to Mr. Reichle, as undergraduates
are seldoms appointed to sucs po-
sitions.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER:
;0; MAIN STRlEET,
Splattenbti01opid torepiingiovgtcoBa
M. W, BLAKE,
IrnTURES, FRAMES, A f40
ARTGOODS. _it0Best 1Hios5t'
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
Matuoaoourloler ole010d1dtoler il
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM 1ES
J" HALLER
4601t I(lt 1 ototlI'. ;, T
0. M.IIARTIN,
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
ANt .I INtO 111 tt7
J. A. POLHEMUS, 0
70(0101'BUS ioIACK 1AN Il GASII
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakoers and doealersino
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour an dFeed,
JOHN WOTZKE,
L.ADIO'.81and G(SENT! S IV,
Woith tloeretourto (f thoe'Baose j3all
Seaolott, wse sloall be p~repr~aredh to fsr-
toish all thoat is new 'ooid idesirablle ilt
anod for all (Otintg oses. Oatr Sbaker
Swseater for quaolity ,t11(olorability' los6
too equall . (Our litoe of Base 13oi11 S1tP-
plies, Baots, Baolls, Miasks, Blody Pro'
teetors, Ctchelers' Mitts, Laiwon'Teaits
.Suplpies, etc., ete., is ito former seas0
ous1 still odefy compoletitilo, We are
jutstly proudo of ouor large college fol-
loswitog, dute as wte ore awaore, to tioe
soperior qoality of ootr goods. This
esteenm we aito to streingtbenfr tO-l
seas1onl to season, in thte imponemett
of our goods where it is possible. Cor-
respotidence desireod with moanagers of
all college clubs. Senio for our tien.v
Catalogue of Sutmmer Sports attd LPta
forms, A. & B. free to ainy address.
A. G, SPALDING & BROS.,
CHICAGO: PHIILADE'LPHiIA:
140 Madion Stree. 10 Chestnut Sur
icE,' YontK:
2411ond '2431Broadway.
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