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May 23, 1891 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-05-23

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THE U. OF.M. DAILY.
f ,'y~ ~ jg unirarsltins and colleges west c
I .oo the Allegitanies. This trip is hartdly
less signfticant than the sine ma( e
ttithnttisis(tanetit- a-rt'jtrtiutiAAlt
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THE U. OF M, INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
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titaitock igt. our 'l l'. 'till i l te
O rl ill I s trin s ultoalilt eCiy
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GrandOperaIjou
I au'a seits (ts
ti"2 ST5A'TEST.a, .SNN .S i ttu
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
(Michigan Railway.
TiTtaTblea-going Into efecst, Monayta1tai. It.
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it IV. II ENNET', RiS. Gtillitli tiO O,
UNtERl NEW)MANAGEMTLs
reetth a coitt Sjac t- iitt trigintl tdisaignts Ni-ilitril-
of interest takeni by wtestern col - mates wiltlha- furisedtoil ttretparst far fegehIT
egs in IHarvard, the U. of '-M. was (tinmensentent locuti~st '~~-~yIC L 7
quiety hutnone he les surly Pograntmes, Fraternity Stautionery' L~ L~ E .IO T
quety u nneth es sreyMenu sitd (inetittCardls for IBanqts Las ltleding stguport ht to io-ri tDowntng)
making its influence felt in the anti Cluh Dinners, Dtance Progrmmes,INTA
and all oilier kinds of college work.INTA
west. At long as the U.- of 'M. Our stationery is always notable for
maintains the foremost position she its handsome engrav-ing, eorract forna, G-E. T PLAY
anud moderate prices.
now occupies, hoth in numbers and
in methods of instriuction, so long A. C. McCL R O. T EGL D A O .
will she he the model of the grow- CHICAGO. Furtflur Announemnet Later.
Is being tlhoroughaly- renovated
anid re-furnislied. We should be
pleased to see all old patronts of
the house anid alsonew ones.
MA M.Nowlin,
Proprietor.

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