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May 01, 1891 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-05-01

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XJ f O '3M . Re view puts it "root for Mr. Gorns- o lYCnth otCAprvdU.o A E T T T 1 C Y A E
fashsion."' Every courtesy shioiilsI WE WILL FOR THlE NEXT FOUR, WEEKS
ublisertDil(uii ndae-s exrepted t uring b2 shiowsni the visiting orators. Nve !Offer ive tons of paper of all kinids to tie sold by the po(und( at regula
HEU tO .INDEPEtNDET ASCAr, ON isthe ( .of M . to sin ,of v oiirs, Nill rates. iry- our Crown Impterial Lineis at 25 cents per
HEU FM NEENETASCAINanid we thiink thitt al though or.torv pound. bond I'aper, 'Thesis, anti Typewriter Paper at
Slusciptionsprice *:).5tpe aritiuniahy-is hut a new ti(;lere, di r. o rno (Great ilargains. PEsvelopes tsi tmatchitall papiers
1510 StSnge ~ie 3ns- nsaleat l ev stands as cood atchine eas an atgritly redunced rates.
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THE U.uofSM. fDAtLY,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
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Michigan Railway.
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nut liwearisotte intletngthtits there iProtgltrame. Frenity 'Statliontery 2_TMTAs-N 1
are but four comtpletitors, anti the -Nititit satdGiuest Cards fur lBanquetrts I~ T M T TT NS '
attilub ith nneturs. IDantceroigr-ammels, T _
foutr oratiotns are sitpplosedl thue the anti all otthet' kitlils of eollege wotrk.
best in foutr ifferenttstates. NWe kite statiotnery istalways Inotalerfor sa MiAILEs. I SEATS NOSY
litaittidsomeint grainlg, cnreact form, 0
hopte that thsose U. of Ni. studetnts and motdebraIte pritces. STI5O NSIA
who attend will not shsow an offen- " " p C . 'TN f N O AEA
sive partiality for the U. ofMI. C. NIGCLUR v&CO., sCENvERY. ORBEE'S.
representaive, or as the Oberlin CHICAGO. 12

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