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October 03, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-03

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
- 11 SEE THE NEW YOUMj N,
1U)TkO0 IR. ItIT I THE SWELLEST HAT OF THE SASONT.
prce NOr, SI.1F.
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ICalkin's Pharmacy Ar
3S.SAT IM1.BOW DISH &H MATTE. ..1SON, State St.

I-\-iEOQI:OE E & WElrTJlEO IRE3

NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.

Hiave a Full Assortmient of UTNIVERSITY T.IX T BOOKS, new and seeondl hand, and all kinds of STUI)ENTS'
SUP1PLIES, which they offer at the Low eat Prices .

DIE A.lISCO

;(GVEN 'TO SllTULENTIS.

SECON Hi~i ANDI la ' ~iPa -~ I511

JAY' C. TA-'YLOR,,
'1t7IGI2E1 OFTHE 1OWE
N)AL SlUD1IOBE)I ~. MAIN ST.
0, K. BARBER SHOP.
I t ation:t Itooshower latis. new Ipor-
ce-ion tiubo. 30 lathsor50 0 a. Lulies' 10ir
.J. it. Poi'OJA too at:301 E. WashintonSt.
No. 4 .Fastow 3 l IA strteet.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
itrof. Griffin lectures to the laos
today.
Miss Ittez i-. Ladd, lit '93, is
leacinitg in Racine, (V'is.
l:dwin 'i.Neil, latw '93~, is prac-
ticing in St. Joseplh, Mo.
Attdres E. (ibson, latw '93, i
practicittg int Atst Arbor.
'NV. J. lianmtill, lit '9J, Ihas re-
ttlrntiel to takce1)001 graduate wsorko.
O~livet defeated the Kalatmazoo
team at O~livet yestertlay by a score
of 26l to 6.
11. C. Rxai, lit '93, svisititng
friendls in te city. lie ttay 1105-
silbly take a p. g. coarse.
Contribatiotns are poaring itsttiott
the Etditors of the -'lVrinkle'' antt
saccess seetis alisa assaredl.
1-. 1I. lDecke, li '9;,is studtyitng
late its an office itt Chicago atttl will
nast return to college this year.
II. A. 1 I a 'aa, '93 lit, tas ctt-
teredil larvard Untiversity, swhere lie
snil like utp work its the laws school.
aonme of the brightest of oar Japs-
asese stttdents have been acting as
interpreters to thseir coutitrymn at
thte World's Fair.
prof. Craig, of the setiitic depart-
ment, will meet all statlents inter-
ested in Biblical study in room r,
Newberry Hall, at 7:3o tonight.
Miss Helen A. Rice, lit '92, whto
for the last tswo years has been prin-
cipal of tihe Clhampion, Mich., Highs
School, has returned to graduate
with the class of '94.

oA ,r =IMIDS A- _V I ID T3NPOOHE3EK E ZsSO OVYOES.
ttrlltii ooer 0. a. wi' atitait Nide 'atlt Stttt' antl I -:t tai0' toitli a lt 1' i-at i ioioar2ti{ Ii. tjrt it) 111
Nrlat urnttt U 1ry1itWith a oer i Nicklii t-td Dler Lamp-t , ttNo.?,clentr fritiipit is lt--m nnr il r.5.
tild 5. tdraft _. tritoorwcl f ;a 'I I.i.) t~ 1hi
Nir lZ t ttc't al PamopNO. 0,rrttter Ni -clt teti- Roaht eriiti Sin o.att , (al t erii ~ J ~ ~ f
tiaft all)C. ds;t-asO )1.
_NttttPltated YaleamotlNo. ], cenoer NtikltPatetd Ga Studetatt oap En- s-a ttan'ctctt -T
Niicke'l Pliateat Juos aiip, No . center- Nickel.OtPtited Oermii nStudetit Lampt, Irit -L'.U Ali. P'iagPlii.
dcott,'St)7. cc'-,'$3.t0. liF i - l;, -leiiu Pone.
H3.10 .:to, ~t:r~~cl ~an T.hrrrT.mc c>. ,a-T..i,,n st pa a,, . .T1'n teaF.1.

tdsitlocerp ie3thtIa,tsitio .Ex: it ou 00ckbeor~e yimrnd ati to it
44 south Main Street, DEAN & COMPANY.
Ann Arbor, M>lisS
As a result of tlie hard times and INTER-COLLEGIATE.
the consetquent inaability to get ThfrsmncastPiceo
positions, last year graduates are re- tersinascssttrictn
turning to take ptost grailnate swork. niies25
liinein roswn lniversity's freshmtian class
C'. A. Miner, of thseElgtern rim rst1
deptartmietaslitjaist comipleted a Hiariol, '93, of tPrinsceton, will
very neat 3 by 4 swall ntais of thetris Ntheera Ilcriy'
city, to be 01sed in the S. C. A.cee.

Eli. Ei. Anidiona, lit '92, toas riar-
rietd recently-. Mr. Anmidon lint
teen engaged as sulterittetadent of
schools at West Blend,, 'Nb., for the
coring year.
'Te first Faculty conicert wiii or-
cur at Nessberry Hall, Thuiirsday
evening, tOct. 5. Tickets niay be-
obtained at office of School of Muasic
at Ness-ierry tHall.
Hayes is a gotid footbsalilJplayer,
anit ileseives credit ftir the noble
aitd hte has gicen athletics at the U'.
iif M,1 bt thle little exhibition lhe
gagt) eotn the cansius yesteriday after-
n)00)nilaes ntitreflect to lisa creidit.
Already fellosws froim the U. of M.
are makiig frequsent calls otn their
fair cousins at Ite Normual. tf Itey
do not confine their operations nmore
to thneir ossn territory oar boys may
make sonse serious objections.-
Normal Correspondence.
Thte two bible chairs, established
by thse Christian Woman's Board of
M~issions, and occupied by Professors
H. L. Willet and Clinton Lockhtart,
will begin work next Monday in
Newberry Hail. Several courses of
instruction are offered.

The faclty at bale has orilered
electric lighits to be placedl on the
camputas.
A series of hare and hioutnds croas
counttry rains seas started at the Uni-
versity of Illinois last Saturday-.
Iloths Princeton and IHart-ard have
arranged ganmes wnubCornell 1tolie
playeditas season in Ness'Foun.
13)y the uinidergradluate ruling, Ols-
good, the famotts right italf-back of
Cornell last year, atnd this year stil
l'enissyleania, teill be throwel out of
football, utnless a nese antI very libi-
eral coustrutction is puttt onithe
ti11e.
Th'letPrinretons footballlayers
coticludled their training at Nesw-
port, RI.iL, yesterday, and left for
Princeton. They are highly Ipleased
witih the outlook, and claims that
they will have lBalliett center, Hall
for a guard, Davis and tea for
tackles, McAulay and Trenchard for
ends. It is about decided that Plhil

WIM. ARNOLD, Jeweler'.
alE Jil t tl)li t ' tI at i)' t
ii _nal tani)t titt itn in i-a s into erta-
Pot o iitt lt-positsi. Hais ft
Is. IEATttF'e. . H ~. 1; oatsEtt, C~i-ir.
TR L ARE TILE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS wottre(nill
tigto pat itettl mre tathericeIO
sullithatIBIS BRAND sror it taloitiuti.
The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
iaetmaidefbum theiihtesttt, mtiot diate
tnfatiur, uaindibhighet cost GOLD LEAF
BEWARE SF IMITATIONS, antdoosevt
thttheiicnaeatfthe lioatouirintas
beoisilosoevry pakage.
Tf i (1f, y4eia OAC ~
r 4 BRACH 7C,3Z7MODI1LD

The Lea'dingj
to 4-eAeaaI. ]LO0R

King swill be one of the halfs, antI
for th othe halfand fo the luar in-t nthon' P± Fll and wiit teo-its anud
for he oher alf nd fr th qua- l-ge i-ttocktin the city. Tiot icait-etany
,election ysu are ioom toIti.
ter there have been promising can-
didates in training. The policy will( COME ANB SlEit- .
be to put all thte old men in their
old positions. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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