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November 06, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-06

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

+4. U NO
CALKINS'
CHOCOLATES
ARE THEt BEST.
IfI yoo don't, it's becauoe you ha-rent
4tried them. Yocan't judge drugs by4
Ithe taste. It y'lu could, you wousl4
knwor re tho boot that ran tte
4bouogit. W~e wtilh you could.
Calkins' Pharmacy
4 34 S. STATE STREET.

CZ 7
PERRIN'S ELK TANNED
madown- GLOVES AT THE THDE OUJTFITTERS.
SOLE AGENTS for Hodgman Mackintosh, Vouman'u, Silvermian's, Vihite's und Roe! ft's Hats. Water-
boone fNeck Gooidu.
Johnston & Mtirpyys
Wrigit & Richards'FOOTWEri.
Joufdish & Mattesonj STAE STatFE-r.

MOJRE ~NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
7 AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Ilave a Full Assorti-ent of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, Rnd all kinds of S)TIJJEN TS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.

TIlE \l' .s.',. Dr-sLO.Ut Ni's GIN EN TO STUDENTS.

SECOND HAND I RiS ltri3Oli'i DO ; E ANGED.

HARMID EJ~cEFLAVRSD TMT WE-0.S/ TESW SWT-ZTR'

STATE STREET.
Sel Siilkriofi Vvei tirt- tahles 2S
pound.
Swater sn Ut~ynls i S :itu c!.
Visitg Cs engiiravedstonlshrtiinotice.
U FI i a y oo s i rSatoes- .
STATE STREET.
The Simplex Printer.
A new iuv tia fr clrii e itU tsp ,;of
wering s l dagirlg.

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II's)t w
110MOI
It s trc
DcI ei1

ar' I/e ~ic /i/is biosm ke ns/ s/
'arbof.i'es Dlit zithi/i
)"tl y. Sold De S i lysi/by Deer

Wil llet y pri ebieol i.
44 South Main Street. 'DE".
Ann Arbor, Mich.E N

Froo n orniginal, sitnedinary ipaper with
any pen, ioo cesca n lie mtrde. Fifty
coptie'sof typsewriter manuoscrrits proiducted
in 15minutes, Scott forecirculrs-andtti -
iles of nwoik. AGE'NTsS WAN'I'EO.
LAWTON &GOS,
22'sriy St.,New Yotk.
0. K. B IRBEPO SHOP.
1.515 etinciti usr : ir Shower t't tiis. titti -
irin)c s. ;)) aths foir h'i.00. itties' Harir
lireositi_ P'rise Ii)-arl s .
PATEONI/IE oWt NS M'R siliiSttP,
FIRST 1N'A'IONAL BANK
Oh' ANN AttIl3li.
Caupitril,$50,000. Sortitos rind iProfits, 4;:30,00.
Tranisarts a general baninustoioiiess.or-
elgit excarbngiei boelug tid told. Letterso
ceedle procureil urortin tiers abroad.
P.BACit Pres. S.nW.CiA lcSONcotter.
-ANN .ARBOR-
1H)IJA L1AUND1RY CO.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SEKSISSo, - Manager.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
A tiutmber of co-edo attended the
gante Satturday.
,Satreday night the first social at
Ilais nFall look place.
'fle guard ropes at the Athletic'
Fieldl are not regulated so aso to be
of anse srvice.
It.1). Jetwell, lawc '92, register of
ptrobate, at Grand Rapids, wias in
the city yesterday.
Ralph Stone, law '92, formserly
nianaging editor of the D~viivy, paid
a flyitng visit bore yesterday.
Saturday morning, Orchard Lake
beat the Ann Arbor High Schsool at
the Athiletic Fiel by a score of 40
to 4.
Albion has heen playitig poor
football this year, but Saturiday sur-
prised Olivet to the extent of 42
to 14.
Wilhelm MIiller, lit '92, nmanaging
edlitor of the Inlander two years
ago, spenst Sunday witht friends in
the city.
Thse Ypsilaniti Normals defeated
the D/etroit High school. ole-rca at
Ypsilaneti Saturday, by a score of
14 to so.
It is reported that accommsoda-
lions for ao,ooo spectators are being
arranged at Minneapolis for the
'T'hanksgiving day game.
The University School of Manic,
has moved into the new building at

A few '94nen as
n-ay Saturday neorne
could be done int
iag a class glee e
cided to mect aga
Is. tee., ite boemi4.,
It is heotped theat cll
be there.
'lwo elel-kinowne
wcere sueccessful in
co-ed spireadl last
Ishey wvere so wnell
thsey escaped detec
began to dance. wbe
n-an discovered,and
querade wan brougf
their speedy ejectios
The Mhedical FEs
lhave the repoert inS
regardliag thse Hots
sired to leave clif
Coin." on Friday,d
reqsuestingg themi
'Medical Cotan'"cwa
aforgery. All 11
entts are welcomed
A meetinsg of ohc
ais men, wheo are<
thse support given1
Atheletic Associatici
Room 9, Saturdsy
purpose of forming
association. IPresid
dressed the meetin
the Athletic Associx

!cQWM_ R. FULDEv
I Smorke ' Oo.-iU. of 1Al. Flae Pins. 1Fn earn oe
, &Co. W MV. ARNOLD, Jeweler.
"O1PANY. FL JE95 fz( Ov+&~g5
setin aninfr s II CO NS& AL. lrists. iir. Ar'e.
et es a enirtisi AURIS B ~lD~i Qllm Toe0phone 115.
long to see whsat I
tse way of start- r~Jmn~r'al]flaif~jl~
els. It wnas de-
elee .'ueeday at 7 t'olsissxt, rhtri1(s. Ste tistiranr P iti 5 r;ssis.
Do es -oct se ir 'sTxirtti stistiutt. Payts istr-
bipleriNet i-all. 0e5st ir S irsingq -istnitot. issafeity
11 eIteresteel swill lR It. R I'il ' ' U. . ,13. iltlE l.S t- sushr
uppe ic cassieee
ata'ingl~ III Cte~
Friday eveinetg.
elsuised,theat ~gsO
elioa until they I lM t
en thseir sdenatity
I thee little imas- T A ARE THlE BEST.
'hi to an ened by CIGARETTE SMOKERS who 110 wilt-
ing is lay a itle 10010thin thioplire
an charedtorteodI 51itiny traditCigarttes,
willbod THIS BRAND spirt~iooaliote.
culty wishes to The Richmond Straight Cut No.1I
Saturday's DAki lv CIGA.RElTTES:;"
leops' being de- sret musicfrom thec brighteis. stot driicci~e
intflavoc, ato i liteeltcosl SOLD LEAF
snic lsy" Med. grown in Virgiia.
_lenied. If a teete BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, andi observeo
tisht taothe m10iiroanfauers an
o leave signed beloi n s every package.
as recoived it was TH &14 4G s4l IcA Oa nacco
onesepatleic nitu- SRANCH ,P,1 0 NerovonsIuNIA
in all clinics.-
cut a doyeni tenl- " ~ '77" I.
dissatisfied ewithe
to tennis by tie The Leading.
so, was hoel in O
evening, for the 0tc sT LO
-an independeint
dent Shields ad- Has the newestFrill and winter woosniantd
ng on behalf of largeststockin the 'ity. Youangt muy
ltion. No action

9 Maynard street. Office boors will was taken except the appointmenet- COME AND SEE US.
be from 9 to so a. mn. and fromz to of a committee to lay grievances
2 p. in. before the Athletic Board. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

GJIANP OPEIA ItOIJSE., Tbeucal, Novm7th, MATLACIl Riii VAN ZtLE RJIIn'l ,tGlNt JS.fv

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