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April 22, 1891 - Image 4

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T7iizz mxci 1051-- SOAPS
TIME TABLE. 1m inlllf wtillIt 3.11 tilt, loot 1of thel
1112 'NO .1atI NI .u 16,.1 , . m., 11
C j'rc 11O(1 Ot j1113 aintlash t. . ,2 t, '1, .4(1 9 . :0p In NW \ Am m T ij
i ,50,1'4 iLAN1'1) .1 .1.25 11.11, '':"111 5'1151'5 'isthehotfo 1111"1
13. F. g .5A1N11 i1, , 3 .1 .(,51~, sl2Ilt (if aliki ns . II i t(al
Le v A N AR,1 r m mrt121s1.Zt 111 l
OGG JDEllT1L -++.1,7OTE
- oard and 00:ns 1 40 :4 o -W
ELLIOTT & SHUTTS, Proprietor,*
arc, amsbous for adlvanscemn trathelr thar those witot o;
The Ashby Special," 'Ash by ' ' Oxford,"' "Harv'ard 'G . H W I D
I) 1315 11 1 5 1 . 1 ll till' ltst 3111, 1 11111ill(]1nov ltiesii oti (,I'll I51 111122 1111
o~~~~~ S1MIsk 11 t I MAIN5131 T. O 'lat i7" G.1 ess311 131,111 H. WILD.
44No. 2 E. Washington St- near Main. G
1. Hl. SILFOIDOO
1-UGH CbA$
GORBEOT:-STYLES
_IN'_
GREATEST VAR IETY LOWEST PRICES
OIN CROIICKERYIN IN TH11 CITY.
7 tinchIPearl Wilte Plates - 31 Its. per set
7 111311Ad~amlantinle China I'1t3 - 'las4o1 cts. per set
7 111311 Semi-1111333a111, lsote's Plates 'i8 ets. prtset
Pea1rl Whlite 11'11'1d'Teals- - - - - i ts. per set
Adlamantine lil11 'l eals - - - - 501 ts. per set
Baste's Seeoi-poreelIainll'11131 'eas - T5-74ts. per set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. I)EAN & GO-
Spring S uitings)
Overcoatings. .
Silk Vestings,
New Colorings
NewIN'
(.Trouserings.
Noveltlies ia 'Fa111y \estuigs-Every-
2111115N ew-Stylish and~
Seasonable at
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBO0R, - - - MICHI.
26"S.1TA11S'.15A.N 11311o, II ila.,
THE CAMPUS.
111e n'lw.gynIllasiunI at lBrown
Un1iv'ersity 15 to co)st $50,030.
,Ilie (ov1rse1ers l OfIHarvard 1have1
v(ote11lgainlst sllllrtllnhiI the coarse
to) three3 years. 11lr~lel~
1.01117 11111C .137,ofPictn
!Will 1 wliththe111 M. A. IC. 71t1o
1.113 ester belat (1)31311 on 'Thurs-
dlily IC Ia score Of 7 to and.1111Irlaly
t1he SCl~rC Wa1s1f 2 to 1 2.
Thle(degree of the Rell Cross wyas
b~estowledI up1on11Dr. Flem~ing Carrow
112 the SIlasoiiic' I fall011n(April i10.
Wh11y are not thle seasonl tickets
for 111121211a11On l le ? Nobody is
likely to buy 'tihem after lext Satur-
dlay 's gamle.
Messrs. Howard and Cook were3
electedi Regents of the University.
Thie exact figlires of tileir plulralities
are nolt yet obtainablle. Th'ley take
office next Dlecermber.
lhe SiMichigan tisiersity G;lee
and51 Banj o Clibs thoullght tihemlselves
s'erv Il0I l 1llkilsg fellosuntil they
5sw their hictllres in the I ilica,,,o
I leralI. I etroit Tribunle.
foreignl stmltents are a finan~lcial tielpI
to 211 ichiigan Unliversity' is 1102 1a1new
ose; bt lt 1131reasonlin~g'is emlinlenly3
Mir. MtarsihallPease, tile vocaltist,
wh111 ias come to .A111 Arbolr, has
studliedi with illiam11Courtnsey, of
New York, ant i err hlan, ,Of Mon-
ichl. lie ias a tensor voice andi is a
favorite 11n Nes vYork. lie ias a
class in Yp~silanlti.
'Tise concert of the D~etroit Musi-
cal Society, iheld Aplril i0, under tile
leadershlip of P~rof. A. A. Stanley,
seas al enminent success. About
thsirty mlemlbers of tile Cisoral Union
assistedl in tise rendering of Christo-
forus and Tile Fligilt of tile Holy
F~amily.
Tise Oratorical AXssociation elected
the following officers before tlse re-
cess, for the comi 'ng year: President,
W'. 11. Eichorn; vice-Isres., A. J.
Ladd; secretary, Arthlur Webster;
treasurer, R.. L. Roberts; executive
commlittee2, Prof. Trueblood, W. A.
Cutler and F. L. Grant. Delegate
to the league convention, Eben B.
Gower.
3IJOIIOESS DIR ECTORY
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
:16 MAIN STIIEET.
aii11. .werlry.
M. W.- BLAKE,
]PICTrURXES, IFRAMES, A f4
AftRGOODS. lo west Haroil St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
MaIlnufactrer 113 and11dealer in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM EER
('11. Fouarlthand I3pot Ss3.....
J HALLER
46 S5 I TI.7'AIN , ST.~ "
0. M.MARTIN,
I)L'51CI1IN
Cloth CasketsMetal le
15NI) IIN31O1(5COFF1INS.
J. A. POLHEMUS,
51,711 'BII11513 N II 1.31251 iis.IN
RINSEY & SEABOLT.
Itl1itrsa11111dealers 5ill
Groceries, Provisions,Flour and Feed,
JOHN WOTZKE,
L ADIE-S' aad GCENT-4,S' sOVE
W~liltilte retulrn Of tile Base 111
Seaso01, we shlall be Ilrehlraredl 211fuir'
Ilisi l 1h(1t12is lews' lnd de1sirabsle ill
UNIFORIMS 1012 Bose Ball LaN'1
Tennis, Criicet, La ('rosse, vaclitinog
anlI foall1 Outing u~ses. Our sliak-er
Swseater for lillality 11n11 durlability lhas
110 eqlual. Oulr linle of Base Bail SlUP'
11113s, Bats, Ballis, Masks, hlody Pro-
tecto~rs, Catellers'AMitts, ELawn Tennl's
Su~pplies, ete., etc., sinS11 fornmer seals'
011s wyill ldefy completition, we are
julstly proud1 of ou~r large college fol'
lowinlg, du1eaSstwe Ire aware, to tile
superior qulality of our good~s.This
esteems we a1111 to strellgthlel fronl
season to season, in tile imamsrovenlellf
of our goods where it is possible. cor-
respondence desired with moanasgers of
all college clubs. Sen1d for our e
Catalogue of Slummer Sports and U'ni-
forms, A. & B. free to any address.
A. G, SPALDING & BROS.,
CmuTcAGO: PHeILADELPHIsA:
108 Madison Street. 51= chestnut ssreet,
NEW YostK:
'241 and:245 Broadwayr.
D A ..i') DO. D V VJIN 1113 street raiisway- compllany is
placinlg a lewsw sitcih at tile cornser
of Northl Unliversity andliEast tIlt-
-AND- versity avensues.
:P -.A-. :ID::S Prinlcetonl defeatedl Colunmbia 1last
w eek, 17 21) o, Birosw-l defeatedl
.Z6 1 0 Q r lHarvaIrdI6 t204,t2. Of 1P. wo011frolll
Forth net hir~yday. rinlcetonl 6 to 4, andli lliamls froms
For ileilIt tiirt laS 3atIe 6 to0 4.
'Pile Unliversity bill plassedth ie
,T-L-Mf= Sensate on Ap.lril 9. Tisere were but
Barvllrll, Yale, Uo'. and 11. Ulveesitl three votes agrailsst it: Sensator Bas-
COLLEG + OUTITTER tone, wiho thlought tile University
COLLFIF,+ OUTFITER was sot run very econonmically, andi
Sporting 1101 Atllletie Goods, Senators ;hi3ougllton andHiolconab.
Base 14a11 and Tenis Archsibaldi S. Dewey, fatiser of
Good a seciaty. Prof John Dewey, died on Friday,
10 AND 11 IHAIRVARD 1R0W, April io, at the age of eighty years.
MvfIDO1-S, His remains were taken to Burling-
BURtLEIOB .& JOLLY, AGENTS. ton, Vermont.

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