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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-01

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

+ YOUKNOW'+
CALKINS'
CHOCOLATES
ARE THE BEST.
If youadon't;, itsbeauase you havecn't4
tried[the'rm. ouecan't judlge'drusb y.
th aste. If youaecoutd, yeu e'aa,(1
kanotursaethe teat that can be4
tea ght. Wewisih yeu coulid.
Calkins' Pharmacy
34 S. STATE STREET. 4

QFAcLtTOthshowo crt .,>
PERRIN'S ELK TAN GLOVES,
SHOES AND FINE FURNISHINGS.
<2J3oWish & attesoij5 m STATE STJEETs

IYAOI~BJ& ~7 WJVOIBJNO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
SAND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Ilave a Full Assortment of UJNIVERSITY TEXT KOOKS, new and second hand, and Ell kinds of STUI)ENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.

THlE USUALIsISCOtUNTS GIVEN' TO STUD)ENTS,

SECONDI HAND DOORS I tUGEIT OR lExCIANGEI).

CAR=EDS EG-A.'\EJD TsT W2E XE BT2'SW UES_

FUJLL LINE
S 8WEA TER8
AND
S Foot Ball
r GOODS.
Sheehan & o.'s
A aete antatis [as l ttist ciat . 1ii0
wtritings anditdrtwins.

Shad tem. drftt2.at 1 «illam Stre%'O'Fist oo 1', o'AStateSreef
Nic1 PatdioylImnpNo.0,cntrNicelae d olsc amplt No.ittlai2, centerat Sil
diaftt()(a. draft~ti
Nai IPlatedi Tale tLatp, No.:1, centle Nichet Platedt Gsrman Stadenti l), .Emn- s~Q~ Q
lsr2,I el1. Itse,5>r 5. -i-T R C .
Niiht'l PlaedsiPale Lam, No.21, cenlter NhicklltedIsiG amaa Stadtitampate.rit- Siati t'tl
dhattil.50tfotioa t .00.( eo adBueR t ns
Nsickel Pltated Juan Lamai, Na. W, cetee Ni 'lel Plated Germaan Studet tLamnt. Plin U. oriii. Flag Pitts.
draftil.Z.. 'eat, $1.50. lint' It Iis i ttltoe.
ItlandL ampst, Blletl Lamps, Libra)ry tampsta. Itei Lamps, Piano Ltnen. Nee.stles

aaa a lottte lreteethn i laateawc'.att. iieile'our stocku'lge ttotyista, tttda at e nattcy.

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44 South Maim Street,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

DEAN & COMPANY.

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team an ariginlal, aa ordittary ae teeet
any pen,.ioeeoelts can he nitda. Fifty
coptiesnott yttewreiteramanuscrtiptts produtcedt
ialnt ints, Sendtlforsirculasandlsiten
tales tofwork. AtGtENI'S WANIED).
LAWTON & CO.,
22'ttsey St.,Nt ewY tk
0, K. B ARBER SHOP.
Iean lntins0 tt lntt ', lrX.0.idet l~ i
De al t1a i i, liltupntha insIlti ain'111
pAttlieNIZE OWtiN'S BiARBU En at10i,
FIRST N~AT1IONAL BANK
'.Iraisaet agteatianlcinaiiasinern. It
eign exetange* bout attt ndttoldettes li
credi oute edforl'tir ti'itltsnabradi.
P. BAOIt, Seen. S.Wt. CLARKSON, Cushtier.
-ANN .ARBOR
FJ/MA hUND1RY CO.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. Saivss, - Manager.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Tha Inlatnder xwiil be dtivsereil to
subisc'ribers tis afternoonl.
Calpt. lDygcrt, ttf lt'e fotbali
teamn, is sick inbildswitilltnsilitis.
latnCiglht was15the mtost lively
I lallosca'III seena here in three
years.
'rite speaker at rctapici service
teat Siundtay mtornaing wiii be D~r. 1t.
Smitth wan hurt in thtelaead in
yesterday's practice no thtat laelhad
to be ansisted from tinefield.
Suggestions for a freshnman yell
are tn orrder. They wii be consid-
eredi at thte neat class nmeeting.
'rie Canadian Club will nieet in
tite law building on Friday evenitng
at 8 o'clock. A fell attendrance is
requtested.
U. of M. Daily in a publicatioti
thtat every studenst of the 1M1ichsigant
University can wellibe tronid of.-
13erkseleyan.
Dr. Orville 'W. Owten, iif Detroit,
will siteak at Vpsilanti thin evening
ott ''I lose.1 fountd the ciipher in
Shakespeare.''
'The juniior law class nmet yester-
day after tise lecture, in reslponse to
a call fromthtie president, bttt no
buniness of insportance wan trans-
acted.
Edwin F. Uhsl, of Grand Rapids,
a graduate of both the literary and
law departments, has been appointed
Assistant Secretary of State by Presi-
dent Cleveland.

lies'.Falher 1hiiiiot, one of te
Pattlist fatiters of Nes V Sorb, xiii
holldIt sert's tof evenili teetitlls ill
Netvberry I Iali, frothite I7titoli
A itortion of a ihumanll body ws
tdll tip yestertday, ill a gravei batik
nthrllof AtnnsArbor. As usual te
mlleila stuenteestare sutppiosedto i be
resplonsibile for ussidisiposal.
.\lr. Nagarkar, of lBonmbay, In-
dia, whto is lectturing before te
Unity Cltub on thte various phsases
of India life, visited the senior lawe
class yesterday and nmade a neat ad-
dress, wvhich xvas wcell receivetd.
Sparks fron thte bonfire last Inighlt
for a tinte thnreatenedthtie rdental
building, 1t at tine suggestioni of
Secretary trade, the fire was mlovedl
farthter to the east, where tile sparks
fell iharumless on Ite gymsnasiumn.
I'rof. Grriffin received a rousinig
oivationl fronsthte senlior laws tiss
mtornilng. '1hisewas lils first appear-
lu itrncle receivilng the nonminationl
for congress. lie respondeti in a
fete well-chsnlwsords expressing
htis thnanks for thte hearty reception
awardlet imin.
file tensnis msatchnes next in ortder
are as folloses: Inth ie semti-final
roulnd of tile first class singles, tine
unfinishledl natchsbetween Jocelyn
and MeKenze; in second class
singles, Alexander vs. Baser, in tine
first round, and Hlutecsings vs. Fried-
man in tine second; in doubles,
semi-final round, McKenzie and
Chickering vs. Alexander and Jones.

WM. ARANOLD, Jeweler.
FLOW6I1gs, 1Fl OW&gS
tUINS & HALL. loriath, "eleph ie 5
Jhi Jbi h t llgcIaite'1il
Caitol, ;.10,("b, Burhis andli- . hm itsts',00
a ig teimya litl u nee st 1'1111iner
ee i i nu s, tiltlitent ites.tiGlDs LAFey
BEWREOF MIT TIO S,4 tiilrnre t'e
P. ni ittt Itilit Its. 1.,lt'ti atiislat as ier
bnn~ a na nnllat Itilgawing
haed fornthenorinay td iet tlui
COME d HI BAND seirtatE US.
2h E.iWahinonSt.inear Man.I
CI-1, LTS:

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