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THE UN I V E;E1bITY 01, MICHIGAN DAILY

2 THE UN' VEIlSIlY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY

Poiwbe d Daily (Stedy e,epteici dee g the
Colieg.yer, tt
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHGAN
orrice:c The tInlad Pee, Henig Boc.
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peti othaic iite niwhih theyc ar e'xpectito
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Subcmi onrGn~ybe eftat ichiD t rfiiiiece
HMna~eiii te hici herict e il ic eeca favo t by
depoeteigpopl t ee1ciioi i yfiueo
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the ci c b it. Ci cc ccci cc' cccii p eccccc tocthcii
en eiCcict caeto cc1
Changes n Zuologicali Coures
iecturceiroc m, ithiiiiuiiiiic iliccici
Lietres 1h 2,c3,oicitevci iiciiiiiiiifrom
Clasifictioni -Morphoilogy andciii'cc cii
tili tiiitProiessirciiii rl;.. h
idertioestication ad iniiti' icn cicicr,
teccvhlecicic12,i 13lii'lice to atra
fcesrceigha ci;ccc I e vor ivee ccvii
14utieiofi icceicerofessoDe I eii'ibi
1ecte etalcF 'hiaiveDe. Iiieeeuic ; i5cv
Tie rlecteuvire wl er i hus
Zooiloigy tcrse 3-Cyttloiy.cTiset
newcoatere it tesretilitei Cliv 'e-i
Zoliycoueccre 24 'live cure 'one
Ct'iiiiiei I iiesivs iwithdtiircwciantcinc
itsipee i givni
Entologciiy-Leecues enCiiheivDevi
vpentciei, Ciascihication, Peiicliitgy cccv
Gecneral iolotvgyci Iseets
Th'isitviie acon~tiiiiiation of couirse
25 f tefirst semveser ut ccciy ie tien
cit ac sepaeraeiecciurse. Itcvi licueiai
reeccieelofthy' cvort ci hitfirsteimeter.
Leecuretwhivcecai ieeccltiiiirs isoie cr-
raniged.
Tw'o-chittrs- Dr. Genilhie-
'T'hose cc-io wcishiitice cliabocirtry ic-iri
maiteci'rvt the cetisecit 24ai
'l'hree houirs-Dr. Gettie.
A Crack Athlete.
A iMilweaukiee edisatcieiscts: ''"Fred-
erick Frantz, crelk member of the
Milwcahukee Athletic club team, left to-
night for Ann Arbor Univerity, where
hie will stedy dentitry. i-nHeill also
be a member of the track teem of that
university, and will undoubtedly be
their bet ten at pole vatlting, run-
ning broad jump and high jumping.
He holds several indoor and outdoor
records now. He wan for two years
a member of the track teem of Colom-
bia Athletic club of Wahingon, D. C.
Frantz will go with Ann Arbor repre-
sentatives to the Paris international
meet. Frant defeated nearly every
craeck intthlceecuntrly"

Medicaal Societtj Meeting. Parker's Camnpus
The regular eceeticng ociteeicavvl
socetyciclcvbiiie cldil'Thrsdavteetingtofci
tis ceektith ccccer iletueertom viof C ........+*
lice mtteil bsuiling. FUNSEOIS-
It ices beeni lie timceof lice offivercs ofI~'E~FRS-
the socety tiv te schene ccviiess rc REGULAR BOARD $2.75. 11lEA
lice soivcclvccvcc cicitwowudnt livcccn vordeers pervmptly filled. Fresh Hut
instructvii vcndibecnefivcialiiialkiiu en- ithi the famous Spoge Caranmel a
teriteaiiig as cceli. anedscaled peanuts nowce eady. Cv
frthcic ce cmedical depaertmcent cithcthe
c-c ofi'- / hasconseitetioiv ccliies-c
ts ceyT udyeeiguo h -tet"ilIeiPrstic cecofcMediciein ic
China." r. N a.e. has pent te
yerlnChnpat cn i st echoseni viio
ca I h t m ettiigs 'of ite Ne: nI"
aitel ttendice tesoityiid-
Sited.

French Cook in Charge
-CLAlSS BOARD.
AL TICKETS $3.00. Shore
mc Madc Candy now on hanri
o pecialty. Pop even halls,
)me in and try them.
W S, PARKER
709 N. University Avenue
)ROOFS printed
en Japan Tissue of the
Gibson
Drawings
Taken from)tihs
Origlnel. Per Sale at

Statistician H.C. Adamts' Report
aI, tcvi cccicethe InterstatComm Cerecee
1iasill ttthe Unceded State;ifcerte
rear ccnii ii Jlie 30cc1i(). liii rcicit
1,cec;citet) cc lu te ii 55-estcthe-i '()it-il is
piticicci offii ceiillWccciii ciil n iesea
most horouh andcom it icie (4
c's k herpottauves clPisme 70tl
i-ccsofstti tics Cvieringe suc p 5at-
rodiliiheleUnite lte ecling hesci
milege oa los cmeuet psell-
toa e no eeccSe ciiecr
ig the lest ;5 iiiiitii l thtis ei cport,'can
it isi oncetoftie.mos atliii eport
I XRV E Cql
IPIPE TOBACCOM
f STABBLER & CO, fi
301 a.MAIN CT.,i
AT 6 P. M. FEB. 26
lice iballtig fce the $330ono Ludwvig
piano il cviieace, andlthe 16 tcerehatc-s
mcentionedtlbelo icc cearefllyv cunt 11cc
baclvits aced awrard lice pianto vthc sc-
ietvycwhcolhcve vorkecd icr it the mtec
Perhiaps to votec, cr even cone vole,
macy deeide thec winnetr. Dccc youer
soceirewati? If cc, persuade vyour
friendes ivonmahe as maneey to. purehacec
ci tiece nmerecantc cc pocsible, steelreg-
itier stiuc atmajrty ciflballots tcat
youcr sveiety ciii he an easy cinncer.
KOCH furniture, carpets, picture
frames, nmouldings, trunks and
valises.
JOHN WA HR The Shtoeman.
EINSEY & SEABOLT Grocecrten.
G HO. HALLI4R Jeweler.
LAM 13 & SPENCFER Grocers S. St
ilEULIGx & SCHMID Hardware.
DAYSHt & SEABOLT Grocery.
HFU1SEL BROS. Bahkers.
M11lLER & PRAY (irocers.
H. C. EXINGER Fair Store.
JOHNSTON & CO Groceries anod
Meats, Forest ave.
Thte ANN ARBOR ]MUSIC CO.
C. A. HENDRICKS Millinary.
GOODRICH WALKER & )MUR-
PHY Tailors, ever First Nat. Bank.
W. N. SALISBURY Druggist,
L. C, WELNMAN, Vleats.
JOSEPH GILLOTT'S
STEEL PENS.
GOLD MEDAL, PARSEXPOSITION, 1889,
AND THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS.

li-:

-Stablers Art Store 427Sot
r il r ICYCESSTORED
-1eLi FOR THE WINTER
* At te ccv ratle of
spicle Mrselti ht h the loere 25 cenhills nthi i
lv oecvtioCneannoetrecsiet is E NSH W -17E An tI
leustcscceeolatelae ai t c ______________________
Ei Pant Washinegten nd 316 Soult '
cost. veytig n hecadyjTypewriter uCopying
linein u erity you'l liliinda gt li-r'vC Onuly 1'e Ier 100 Werds.
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
70 tN NIN-I CeITY AVE.
f6 AS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
U PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPTOCAC.TY. SANITARY Pi.t itiTNGTEAO~t M Cecil eOr sT e eTtR E ATING.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
*0*IILM S'LIVERY...
lINE COACHES For Parties, Receptions Etc.
AND
C OUPES Goed and Prompt SrieGaate
Studnts'Lecture FlIssociation Course
Studnts' Oh!
S Listen to the Band!
~SOUSA~
SielcAthlsiiFEBRUARY 20. .0
SigeAdhehissioh, Reserved, - 2 - 1> }
Sosichahnd6ether numbers,- -- - - --1 0
Soiucsh andi6eother neumberesterved. 2- - 100
WILDER'S PHARMtACYSlAtEL'ECET
H-EADQIUPRTBRS FOR
Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Dress Suit Cases.
Eveeey Descriton. TRUNK ANDI VALISE REPAIREING at Lasenst Priceee.
HORSE FURNISHING GOODS.
307 Soutli Main Street. ANTON TEU.FEL.

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