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October 31, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-31

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

+ YOU KNOW +
CALKINS'
CHOCOLATES
ARE THlE BEST.
If you don't, t'sbaseoyou haven't
ftritdtemi . Yuta';u;eu dryugswb
thedtate. If Y~oul0jd oouglb
9know oursecare the best that son be
Ibougiht. We wsk you could.
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34 S. STATE SiRLLT.

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Have a Pull Assortment oft UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new andi second hand, anti all kinds of STUDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.

TilE USUAL DIlSCOUNTS GIVEN TO STUDENTS.

SECOND iIAND DOORS BOUGHT OR EXCIIAN ED.

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so 15 minuotes, Seed for circuilars anit ism
pits of worb. AGENiTS VWANT ED.
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FIRS' NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN AiRBOR.
Capital, $50,000. Surtplus and Profits, S$t0,000.
Transuactu a general banckingbsness. For-
eigns exchhsige boughst and sold. Letters of
credit prnocured fur travrelers abroad.
F. BACli, Fres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cshier.
ANN ARBOR
TIN JAJiUNDRY tCO.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SastVtss, - Manager.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
H allow'een Itinighit.
Thei fres/hmlan /sread occurs Fi/-
day 0igilt.
i/ie freshmnsaspread u/iloccur
'c/clay evetning.
'T/i Noveniber Inlander uil be
on ua/e next Fr/clay.
Hl/low'eens parties tv//I be g/ven
by all t/ic sororities tots/glit.
P~eninsylvania Club Coitrt met yeu-
terday at 4 o'clock in room 12.
Newv York jun/or laws met yeuter-
day after the lecture in roonm 6.
Thte surgical cl/ole is crowded
wi/b patientu at tie present time.
Miss C. 1/. lBronson, lit. '93, is
teacbiing in the Lansiisg bigb ochool.
Vesterday's large ed//iou of tbe
DAIL~Y was everywhere favorably
commtented on.
Dr. Harry Kennedy, last year o6n
lDr. Nancrede's staff, is v/siting
fr/ends in town.
All fresbmen are requested to
submit class yells at thsetiext meet-
is9 of the class.
A. H-. Townsend, '87 lit, is teach-
lng imathematics in tbe Chicago
Mantial Training Scbool.
A meeting of the sophomore girls
has been called for half past ten,
Saturday morning, in Room A.
The students' directory, published
by 0. E. Scott, senior law, will be
isaned this coming Saturday. It
was to have been issued last week,
but was unavoidably delayed.

Robert IL. Sackett, 13. 5. '90, is
professor of aplplied toathematics
and astronomy at Richniond, Id.
ThieNosvemob/er/Ilasiler app~ears
Thursday. A rev/ev of I/i culrreut
numbiler wvil be given in tomiorrowv'u
DAILY.
The Hobart Cu//ld Soc/al Circle
recepiotnhas beet s otpJoinedfroml
Fr/day' I/icthi/ret,to Saturday I/he
fourth, of Novemlber.
I/on. Jerry Simpsons will be the
next attraction in the S. IL. A. series.
His subject will be "Some Recent
Changes in Agriculture.'
'Tle alumni and former students
of the Agricultural college in atten-
dance here, formed an alumani asso-
ciation Saturday evening.
'The 'Women's League wvil give a
'Colombian" social Saturday. Sev-
eral of the faculty ladies will talk on
their visits to the Wlorld's Fair.
The Iron and Steel Club meets
tonight at 7 o'clock sharp. Mr.
Wright read a paper on "The Ana-
conda Copper Smelting 'Works."
J. 0. Ballard, moedic '90, died last
week of consumption. Mr. Ballard
well known when in college, and
was on the glee club, and leader of
the banjo Club.
The congressional campaign in
the Detroit district grows warmer as
the election day approaches. Prof.
Griffin's friends feel sure of his elec-
tion. There has not been a"Repub-
lican member of congress from the
first district for 12 or 15 years.

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