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June 04, 1891 - Image 4

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rTI ,-F~C AL
- - ---, I TIME TABLE.
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13. F. CLA~RK, Manager' 111pN. A rl II010 (.11 Ill-,1
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L~iLET -SOAPS
i 11 ct S011 111' '110 fo nlIe
;kliZdisease of allOki 00s,
"(>+Iat )11ve 5 iroii k ai'
OCIDIIPfIjL I TTi
ELLIOTT & SHUTTS, Proprietors.
Teachers Co-Operative Assocla~tion 7O-Ci2,AG
Established in 1884. Positions filled. 2300. Seeks Teacheri's who
are ambitious for advancement rather than those without positions.
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Deles 1, 1 :xi, t 11111r1, etc., A5 te. at sillhdesan1111111111 11 IIIIl lseinll..,'111d
.111. 11111 '.0,Ovcerclatizlltx. Fill' 'ests 0111nlhl 11111 of
41 t~i1L SI171.11. (IStillNo. 2 E. Washington St, near Main.G.HWI .
J.T1.371117071,
HIGH C14'AS$
CORRECT ::STYLES
-I\-
GREATEST VARIETY d LOWEST PRICES
(N (CROCKERYtSI\ THE CITY.
7 111c1 Pearl Whlite Plates - IS- - 3ets. per set
7 inch Adamanitine Chilna Plates - - - 401 ets. per set
7 11n11 SemIi-polin1, Ioote's Plates - - 58 cts. per set
Pearl White 11 Ill'1l Teas - --- --- ------- cts. per set
Adlamantine i'll'd Teas - - - - 50)cts. per set
tBoote's Semi-porcelain ll'dl'd Teas - - - 75 cts. per set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. PEAN & CO.
Spring Suitings(
Overcoatings. }
Silk Vestings,
Colorings
New INs
1 Trouserings.
Noetc nFyVstlns- Vly ill NeUw-Stytisth and
Seasolatlt 1
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
@f JAV4D :ISPL(AY
SPORTHNG AT~HLEII
GOODS.
A Full and Complete Line
Cheviot Shirts, Canlvass Pants, Tennis
Itackeits, Rtacket Handles, Base Balls,
Ilase Bali Masks, Canvass Bhelts, Shoe
Plates, Bioxing~ Gloves, Body Protec-
tors, Suspensories, Score Books, Base
Ball Gloves, Tenniis B1a111, Caps, Indiani
Clubhs, Dumbl Bells, Sweaters; Jerseys,
Catchers Mitts, etc. etc. Don't buy
unltil you have seen our assortmenst.
J3URLEIGII & JOLLY
2611S. 5TASFI ST.,
A~3 0 '^a :oIL
JAMES MW. BRINE,
CAaMBR~IDGE, MASS.
$V-Call for Catalogue and ae esamples of
Mackintoses.
ICE CREAMI AND SODA WATER.
THE CAMPUS.
Leag1110gamles yesterd~ay':Chicago,
3,Brooklynot;0NewVork tI, Cin-
'hiitldlphti11111 ,, Itttsburgh 3.
A1copy1 (Itthelonllstittution a1111b11
law fth .o f l. A. . ca0111be
1114 1E. M . ennedyl)4-1 Sout t.11
street.
11Ilomedics 11111 Itos wIittl11111y
tis afternloonl 011t7110air Grotunds,
and~ 1101 to-morro0w 'as stated y ester-
dlay. '1110111anage4r of tile lawtt nine
sa1ysttthat ')no admission1 wiiil11e
chlargedi.
The910 ed5ics h ad tiheir class
picture takenl yesterday 011 tile steps
of tile lmedical building by Gibson.
"D~oc"' Nagley was one of tile mlost
consp111icos of tile freshmnen illtthe
picture.
R-ev. J. I. Sun~derland wvi lreachl
nlext Sunday mo1rninlg1171tile Uni-1
tarian chulrchl, on 'Tile Dr. Biriggs
Case, and tile Problems that Conl-
front American Presbyterianism.''
No evening service.
The Woman's L'eagule will give a
lawn party at M1rs. Htarrington's
(Observatory) on Saturday after-
noon, June 6, front four to seven
o'clock. Members and non-nmenm-
hers are cordially invited.
Prof. Kelsey will not he able to
meet his classes .until next Monday.
Students in the course in Lati n
Grammar are reqluestedi to reviewx
thecir xwork fron thtie beginnlinlg of
thte senmester. 1110 111115ill Rom~an
Archlaeology15is postplonedi unltil Inext
B llntay.
Pile foot-hall te'am1 of the U ti-
versity 1sf Califo~rnt5itas been11ill
"ons~ideredth srgett 0 t1ea-7I'l'illtile
west.-I"ts.
I. . 1 1i151011, iasen~ger 3ag111
of P'ennsyvanIlia lilnes, xwiluteet all
studsen~ts going cast for v5aca~tion alt
tn a. io. Satu~rday, Ju111e 6t, in lat'.
qutz romI, to give inlformlation re-
tarding "routes, rates and~ timle 1o alt
easternlpin~lts. 'ttose cotenmplat-
ing a tripl east trill dotIweil to see
lhll.
tile Detroit-Ilulftalo exculrsion
wiii leave D~etroit, Wednesday, Juttej
17' 5 p.us., anad tile return trill will
le msatte any timle before tOctotber
31t. All thlose Iwho desire to) go
rou~st conmnunicate at once wtithl C.
W5. Southtvortht 21 S. Division.
Sintgle fare, 6.oo, rountd trill, $ to.
The youlng ladies of thte U'niver-
lily mtay be interested to knoxw that
next fall an opportunity xiii be
given titent to suppleentt thleir col-
lege education by attendance on a
Cooking School to be held at H-ar-
ria Hall. The course will consist
of eight lectures illustrated by prac-
tical experinments. Tickets for the
course will he $3.00.
Minstrels, to-night
3113111733 PILLC0IOF.
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
.1155 STRIEET,
S11eci1al tenioadtls oll ICreparigwalehes
snd Jewel'ry.
N. W. BLAKE,
P~ICTURES, FRAMtES, A Z4 D
ART GOODS. 10 IWest Huren St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manufacturereof andlIdealer 10
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
C'or. Foulrth 1111ndsiDet Sts.____
J" HALLER
0. M. MARTIN,
DklIR.tSIN
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
T J.Ate.PULHEMUS.
ALS"O I'11.711CK A .l) lBAGG1AG E .1. E,
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Baesaddaesis
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
JOHN WOTZKE,
Mlakeo fie
IADIF.S ait; GN7s' SHOES.
It'. til-al y done. Vt S. Mai4n511S.
Withl the retulrn of tile Base Ball
Selasonl,we shal b Ie lpreprared to fur-
nlishl all thtil1itslnew and desir'ab1le ftn
. NilOhIMS lOllBase Ball, Lawn
I.TnnisCricket, La ('rosse, Yachting
and1( for all Oultinlg uses. Oulr Shlaker
Swxeaster for (quallity and11 durab~ility has
110 equl. Our line of Biase Bail Slup-
llies, Bats, halls, Maskcs, Body P1r1-
tectors, Catchers' Mitts, Lawni Tenn~is
Su~pplies, etc., etc., Is ill fornmer seas-
01ns wxill defy tomipeititionl,'We are
ju~stly proud of oulr ge college fsl-
lowsintgdoe as wve are awavlre, to tile
superior qulality of our~ goods. Tis
esteem weY aimi to strenlgthe~n frim
season to season, inH the inmprovemenlt
of our goods whlere it is possihle. Cor-
responsdence desired with mansagers of
all college clbs. Send for our New
Catalogue of Summer Sports an~d Uni-
forms, A. & B. free to any address.
A. G, SPALDING & BROS.,
CrI~CAGO: PHILADELPHIA:
108 Madison Street. 10135 Chestnut Street.
NEW XORK:
141 and 243 nroadwar.

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