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April 22, 1891 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-04-22

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
OUTING OR NEGLIGEE 8HIRT8. lnvr
onare no doubt interested in the above line, and as we have Prices lowest
Viliitd ade them a special studyv, wish yon wonid call and see what we 5 ets. Every
L. 11. Clement,
have. We know we can please von and save von money on them. :e S. Main St.
THE T WO 0 AM& B ROVN
L.~. LATZ. LARGEST ST O(
CIGARETTES IN TI
=1T=S TTD=ITT
Of Old U. of M. should have a
aity of Michigan Guitar.
tQuality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the read.
Guitar Strings, 10 eta.; B~anjo and Mandolin Strings,
ything in propiortiofl.
TALLMHENIN~GER. FII{ O & ORGAITCO.
TRAI E A~T
IN'S DRUG STORE
ORN ER MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
cK OF' TOILET GOODS AND FINE CIGARs, TOBACCOS AND
HE CITY.
MIRAior1ffi b~alltr VOORHEIS &DITS
BEST WORK IN THE CITY 1' STATE ST. TAILORS,
COKCALLEDFOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK.
MnSrEcIAL onrnTa OSTUDENTS
0f~e MSouth Fourth Ave. TALLPAND SEE LUS,
+:DOT"rG O DOWI*T- QWJ~qT+
FOR FOOTWEAR.
We earry a Iul line of
SHiOES for 130TH4 LAMIES algd GENTLEMEN.
TIHlE STATE STREET SHOEK HOUSE.
22 SOUTH STATE ST. LEMMON & BOWDISH.
pWAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN.
EeyStudent will save mniey by huying University Text-Books and all sllpplici a tt Headlquarters. We allow
specmialdiscounlt 0on LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, DENTAL hBOOKS, in short. every Book ulsedl in the
Unliversity. 5,0050hBlank Books at lowest prices.
LEADING 1B00K STORE IN THlE CITY.
TL j TH E WEST STYLES 1 Glee and Banjo Clubsn.
L 11 (oinused.)
ITT taken in on the floor of the Ex-
G chiange anld given an opp~ortunity to
CLOTH IN G see the lpractical wsorkings of the
'"wheat buyers.'' At the invitation
OF ALL KINDS AT of the lpresidlent of the Exchange
. T. JACOBS & co.'s, the Glee Club sang several songs.
The audience in the evening was
27 AnD 29 MAIN ST. very appreciative, and one of the
L. GRUNER. papers stated the next morning that
~zo TS= Dalerin ,~ although Princeton, Yale anid lIar-
Se No.suth 'Main streel. yard gave good concerts there, the
airiengdone Neatlyoal Promrptlr.
P6t~hmOnd tra Ighft - U. of It. Cluhs gave the best.
E. Fronm the Opera House the boys
CIGARETTES, hurried to the depot, where a special
/r z '. Cvr,,. aSmokenrs rwioengine was waiting to take themi
WVednlesday of each mniths, June
excepted. U~r. 1V. A. Camlphell
wvas appointedl demnonstrator of ana-
tomy anid secretary of the niedical
faculty, with a salary of $1,50oo per
year. The following reapipoinit-
nments wcere made for 159 1-92 at a
salary of $900, as instructors:
Messrs. Hussy and Markley, mathe-
matics ; McPherson, history; Mar-
den and Levi, French ; Henchs and
Winkler, Germian; Newroimie, bot-
any ; Morley, rdescriptive geometry
aiid drawving ; Swiggett, Germnii
anid French ; Lyman, iiathiemiatics;
Campbell, astronomy; Sober, Greek
anid Latin ; Clement, Latin ;aunt
Miss Hunt, drawnig.
ITie fotlou-iii: resoluion wcas
LUNG' S MUSIC llO1IE
67 Monroe Pive,,DetrotMioh.-,
The ILargest Miuilerchandise Roan.ein
lire Stiate. Agernts Car Martirn. Washrburn,
Blruno and nenarynGitsimnad Dobson, Slew-
art and IBenarrylBano. Besr Strirrgs in the
WorldI sent mi lrrrtiains address atleit cents
(re for Violin andlGuitar and 15 cents;eachr
ler Bannjo.
HAVE
YOU
SEEN
THOSE
NEW
DERBYS?
$2,00 02.50 $3.00
DON'T MISS THEM
Patent
Leather
Bl uchers.
tGOODSPEED.
FiINEI HOr1OGRAkPHSj
Mnilirery and Art Goods.
0A~
Wi.11. HAWKINS, Crap.,
Special given In Studentra. Give ita a call.
SHORTHAND OUS
IT WILL. PAY YOU. Shonrthand Sehooli, New
Building, 20 South State Stree.
are rwilirgrto ayruittl
.,mere tiran lire pricer
chavrgedfri5,thi5~e rim'?i
v trae Ciigaettes,rwill rind
'1111s IBRANDlisupemrir In
al o,- . n thlers.
S The IRichrosrdlStraightl
eut Es. 1It0uerreires are riade frrmrrrelireigrht-
ho ILise gorelin flavorerld igiserl
n\0eI merei irginia. nThise in the orI
$nd orgina learid ofntSrairight CalCigaretes,
endas brouightr ot br a- in rtneiere 175.
Ispallev opeaeernei the
TeALLEN & GI NTEII Brarrchl
Of tlie Amnercani TnnliueerrCs..
Manuacrm era., - -Rimnrdrr\-irgirni
&Syfl Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arbor Mich. CairitliSleek, $50~,0,
Surrli, 5151,(.5i
Or 'nnized undrer lire General Barnhing Lairs
B1 ibis starre.lieceives lDeporsits, trys anrd
Delis excharige enuIbheprineripal ciries ofre
igied Slates. Drafts cashlednupon rop ~vler
dentiieation. Ofiers :
t11IlSTI AN MiAC, Crcv.,
W. 0. Vsnsn icerCer.,
CHiAS. E. RISCOCK, Cashier.
--tTH>E ARGUS,-
AT LOW PRICES.
Stoves, new and old, large and
smtall, for coal, wood, oil and
gbsoline, at J. E. Hlarkins', 28 E.
~1ron street.
ninety miles to connect with thre
Kansas City train.
The audience at Kansas City was adloptedi:
the finest that ever greetert a glee Resotved, Tb-it it is aprnlttie
club ini that city. The conrcert wvas wish oif tire remibers nfthtie Legistri
followed by a reception at tireGUi- ture ftint tire fees of nion-residlent stir-
versitv Girt HIlouse. denrts shroutld be raoised, and whereas,
At Topeka tire Clubs wnere taken sfince tire tatendatr ririureiirg tire fees
for tire cominilg vealrihns beeni issued, it
around tire city in carriages. They is impnraeticablte tin nake tilnirdditioll
visited Washburn College amiong to the fees for the niext year, there-
oilier places. fore,
'Mrs. Anthony tendtered the Clubs Rtesolvedrha hrt it be announl~cedinil
a rcetio a oclok tLavn-tire next Craleindar tihrt the annuaiil cee
a reepton a o'loc at eanen-of ciillrnon-residenit studients wiro ahall
north. enter the Uniiversity 011 or after Julie,
meeting of the Regents. 1892, shall be $10 greater than that
110w requirerd.
The Regents met last Saturday, The legal committee of the Board
but because of tire absence of Re- yesterday appointed OItto Kirchner,
gent Whitman, chairman of the of D~etroit, lecturer on private coy-
committee or. buildings and grounds, porations, and Alexis C. Angell, of
took no action withl reference to the D~etroit, on constitutional lawe, in
athletic field. Hereafter regular the lawv department. The Regenta
meetings wiii be held on the third 1 xiii meet again on May I.

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