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November 17, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-17

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THE U. OF M. DAILY. ______
I ~ EE HOSETIE FOR$1.0, ever hefore offered for such ever'y.
' =',"Get a Pair of those Street Gloves for $1.25 swortht t.yvS.
I Tire proprietor graduated Jo '84 attd
the prescription clerk in 'go. They Hats in tire Latest Iblocks from .$3.50 op. 'YOIJIVI .NS are the Best.
hare lea-ned their bosineos by htard=
Istudy, What they hnow io at your A2
disposal at T ~BSE H 1/7TTQn THEOTITES 3mon TL
Calkins' Pharmacy J\TEOFITR, .k.LLLW
JSd.(oIR: (TE" - & MOA:0jP NOC . 6 SOCJU T1H MAIN STR EE T
7 AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
have a Full Assorttment of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kitsds of STUDENTS"
SUPPLIES, which they offer at tihc Loweest Prices.

TILE tStAtL tttSCOUNTS GtVEN TO STUDENTS.

SECOND tIAND LOOKS IBOUGHtT ORtf LCttANGLt'.

GAEUDS : CA-V'EJD1-3S=NW1325J -RST-rS -YIJS.

SHEEHAN&Co.
UNIVESITY IBOKSELLERS,
STATE STREET.
Special Sate of Writing Tatbtets.
Fine Lineo andt Wore WriogtPatpers. 25c
a pound.
Sweaters aod Gymnasiurm Suite.
Visiting Coeds eograved on shrort notice.
Urniversity tBooetters, /Statiorners and
Engravers,
STATE STREET.
The Simplex Printer.
A new rcvention fot duplicattog coptes of
writrings arnd drawinrgs.

AT2O]C.

D)oesitot c/ret/retrick.
1-lsao tohd odor.
Has weterebrett ittbarrels-
It is prure carbotn.
JDelivered promrptly.

Doesv-rot soko/e r/rirtrryv.
Girro ra prrvr'hite lig/rt.
Is asy while 00sediotlled reeler.
GieCir ht wtlrithorrtsms/se or or/or.
Soldi only by Deanr e& Co.

Wiltlrrcnt orry price omadeont oil.
44SnAnn Aror. Mifh. DEAN & COMPANY.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Dr. J. L. Hight will lectore to
Sousaro Concert Barre appears itt seniors in the late lectore rom, on
Dterirt Mondavrnioht. I'rhe Professional Outlook,"r at 4

From an original, an ordioary paper witlt
any pen, too copi es can be madle. Fifty
copies of typewriter mnurscripts produced
in 15 mirrutes.
We witlnell thin machine for only
$5.00. whtoh is way below cost of
manufacture. The Prinre rn new
and oan be aeon at the office and
triad.v
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
Irrn onrnretiontru e Sora rtsr nwpr-
ceatubstrf '0t tatsfor $5.00.tLadres'Bl
tltsto, IParlor uars.
J. R. TosroJArriur, :10 EN Washirngton 'L.
PATRONIZtE OWE'N'S BrARBERt SHOt',
No. 4uEat ItuoSrOeert.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $50000. Surpluos anid Profits, $3,000.
t*Tranrsact'ts agenealtbanhingtbusntress. For-
ergo exc'hanrge bought and rota. Letters of
credtt procue orretraveerr abroad.
P. BACit Preer. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
-ANN ARBOR-
I FTJ{JA IiJIUNID1Y 604
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SasVItso, - Manager.

Several of thte regents visited the
eye and sttrgical clinic yesterday.
The lecture board holds a meet-
ing in Room 02, lose building, at
1:30 P. m.
Northwesternu is not quite so con-
fident of victory Saturday as she was
before our team played Purdoe.
Prof. Davis will speak before the
S. C. A., Sunday nmorning, on
tWhat most we do to be saved?"
The Oracle nays if there are no
more sophomore-freshman rushes,
it will be out the week before Christ-
man.
The old plan of seating, first
come first servedr was reinstated at
thre Choral Union concert last eve-
ning.
The Jeffersonian Society held a
very pleasant meeting last night, at
whsich atn excellent program tvas
rendered.
Mr. Edwino Weil, late'93, recently
passed, wills high honorr an exam-
ination for admission to the Mis-
souri bar.
Prof. Hall will speak before the
Astronomical Society on r"The Na-
val Observatory," tonight, in room
22, at 7:30.
E. Batavia, assistant manager of
the 'Varsity, leaves next Tuesday
for Kansas City to complete arrange.
ments for the Kansas - Michigan
game, to be played there Nov. 25.

p. no. today.
'Tite Iron and Steel Club has a
football team. Hfydrochloric acid
is one of their signals, and potassi-
um chromate another.
'rho Inland Leaguie will give a
social tonight in the parloro of the
Church of Christ. An attractive
progrant Ian been arranged.
F. C. Clark, lit '88, weho has been
professor of history in L~eland-Stan-
ford, is in this city on his way to
Germany to study for a year.
Mr. A. C. Jennings, of the class
of '89, wino was instrunrental in
raising a large portion of the funds
for the building of Newberry Hall,
teas elected last week to the presi-
dency of Cotner University.
The Wrinkle board has decided
to elect new members to its board
on the basis of competition. The
time is short, Ihowever, and all those
who wish to try shrould begin to
send in contributions as soon as pos-
sible. Merit, and merit alone twill
have weight in the selection.
There will be a nmeeting of the
University Prohibition Club in the
law lecture room tonight, November
17, at 7:30 o'clock. Some recently
collected Statistics in regard to Ann
Arbor saloons will be presented.
Speeches by F. M. White, F. A.
Manny, W. W. Mills, 0. Roberts,
and 0. B. Conant.

:vaWMR. FULDE,:-
rYARS'T CLIASS TAILO~R,
W~ilim Srreet, Firs-t drl W ee-t ot State Sttrvet.
U. OF M. FLAGS,
I Srtrig Sitrer, entalled itt
-yrellow anrd blur, sc irn
ior catchtrn. Price, $1.50.
WMX. A NOLD, Jeweler.
FLOWERS, Ff( QW~gS
COURI~s & HALL, F1oriltl, 2tl~he 5
Captal, t7,06tt. .Orplrv sn rftstt$ 17,00t.
I~oes a'-eerutbankrin-,busitness. Pays inter-
00t, onSvinrgs rrpoaitsr. lasSafty
R. leEMPF, 'too. F. H. lIELSEE, Casier.
BanrkhropnSaturday eve-ning.
CIGTE MKRS woae wll
are made from the brightest, moot delicate
tin favor, and highet coot GOLD LEAF
grown in Vieginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and otrserve
thur rho name oftoermanufactuers as
beow is on every pactage.
Tee~S & t~r 4''C,410AaCCO C-
The JLeadingj
Has the newest Fall and Winstar Woolens and
largest sleek in tha city. Yoru can get any
selection yes are leookang foe.
COME ANDS SEE US.
2 E. Washington St,, near Main.

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