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U. of M. Daily, 1893-12-18

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0.i nthing ttwo, (llease ux
1ox1or yo1r fe cChoclnlesora, Kodak.
1: s1al11binatfyour'place in afew days
to ,.et nalIox or (Agars for (him(.
Thanking youlfor your mny last
34 So Sate(tCStreet.

THE U. OF M. DAILY.
\iI2 FFTIE SAL E-
CO)MMENCING AT, 9:30 SATUEI)AV, IDEC. 9, ANID CONTINCTING EIGHTI DAVS.
°J AT THE OUTFITTERS, LOTIPISI{L- MATTESON, 3283. STAT.

JV\I-EOOIRoE & W7ErWJrAOI:J,

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

[NVITE ATTENTION TO ThEE B
C I1L 1(( trlutOl((n 01(1K, ALi ItS 1 11S, , ;(IIIIISTiANID~n, CALE'S OARSt, It$ lic r ofrda rie;iysittetms
_ - ,_('ALL AND) SEE1O1URE'X'11CIYP.I)JA1S AN- ) Ma.l'S OL 00.

1ie(((anlnual
llOIDIAlYBOOK LIE
You aIre %((cne 1w(1(ethler'9yo1it by-oreCot..
ISm n d e 011'w lhatf is (((((in the(iC1teary
world.
We he ((alte (I iCNewe Ho~liday Ilaclo ccf the
year.
Swepiaa redclioasand(ld lisouna( t::(to al
pulrchaaer(0fromn pol(Irs'((lices
Nto hale1l0 beatlful Art Gift 1Boh'.at ne
SHEEAN&Co.
Ill olesulI and (fetai I I ~elee'.
STATEgSTREET.
7.' 1 5Q# s
$1.50. UNPRECEDENTED. $1.50.
iBHE' u .OF lA."],D0AILY
(I the1(1collegeIYaol (110.50)
$UB3$CRI1BE NOW ++

1)bnn 1(1(1c/ale the oilS. 1)01it0of ke1ffc/dnoojns.
((s0nolid.1(odo/1r. (riv cpar~le (C/lfe lig/t.
1DelireClprompl. SGiven ?/byf Def/an, 001SCof(/f
(Viill'et I)y lprice m tde olloil.
44 South Main Street. FII
,A DEA.N & COMPANY.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

FIRST CLASS IrAMLOM,
- U. OF M. FLAGS.
0 trlin-' 511(1, en ll(eledl in
Sorcatch pin. trie.$540.
TIV . 1AlNOLI), l.Jele f1.
FLOWE69s, ff OWZRS
}}FR VRYHNGAD VRYOY 2 . OSISHiA, ~iiYiTelephone 115'.
t9 heralers' mid fdcllicsj'3mi
f'apitnf, 0(1,010. linrpflu ansd Prc~ofit$7,0(0._
Does 0 olnerll f1(111kin--Ibuinrta. Fayn infer-
es, il Saving11((0lDeponita. ((as Safely

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
'Fhie Oracle was (fut on le/c1/1/
mnorning.
Miss Hassardl, '91 mefdic, is con-
[filled to her rooni.
Prof. Taylor holtefi several of his
c/asses Tfhursd/ay and Fida/y.
'I/i Choral ion concert tonmor-
row w/i beg/n at 7:3o o'clock sharp.
(fat of 1,200 co/pis ssed by the
Oracle, 950 have already hero sold.
L.. N.'iorrry, lit 'go, who lives at
Grand Rapi/s, was niarr/ed recently.
All enterta/nment /in tableaux was
g/vens at Hlarris hall, Saturday evens-
lng.
Carl IBarnett, lit '91, /s engaged
in the lunmher business at Cleveland,

Thne Cal/al/all wvll place a box /n
the ma/n ball to receive all grinds
intended for thlat ptublicatiotn.
Thle machinery of thle engineer-
ing roll/bit at thle Wovlcd's Fair camie
backc somiewliat thle worse for werar.

At DAILY OF/ICE Opera Hlose It/h. Ohio.
ne at STOFFLE'"S News Stand. J. Miller, '92 lit, and brothler, of
_____________________________Port tiuron, are visiting friends in
Ladies' ArtisticeHairdressng Parlors. this city.
LADTFS' hido(5si1(0, manicurling. fily If 175 tickets can be so/cl the stll-
I ':.hon. I It 'Troj(anvsl, 30 E. Wis- dent rate to Chicigo and retuirn ie/ll
ii;tnt. N, over 1(barrhop. be $5.oo.
FIRS N AlIONAL BANK' Many of our students will attensc
(OF ANN ARBORS. the Patti concert in TDetroit tomor-
Clapital, $50,000. ;Surpi lusad Crofits,$30.000. row nighlt.
Tran~sacts a genaeralhbnkinglbusianess. Far- Revival aervices wvil be held at
eigaehage bought and nold. Letters4 of
creitppocr fr raees abroad. the M. E. Church every evening tis
~.. ~.f t~YAEKSN, l~nher.week except Saturday.
PALACE + BARBER + SHOP w..)Mr. Zeitz spent Sunday in De-
And Bath ERooms. W. x. OWEN, I r"-, troll where he took pr in a con-
No. 4 East Horon St.. (Opposite (ort'par
Rouse. Rot, Coltd and Sea Salt dBaths. For- Tcert given Friday night.
celain labs.
Carronas, a new parlor game, ia
-ANN ARBOR - furnishing amusenment to the fre-
quentersA UND1RY , quenters of Newberry hal.
111 IuIA V The class in Aesthetics has been
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. given werk in a number of personal
E. S. SEstrSSs, - Managerr.1 experiments in imagination.

'Vacation commnces Friday 1i/ht/It 'It. EE',li. . F. 0.flL.SIO, caslder.
andl~ ank openraIturda~yevening.
ill the Idental clepartmlent,anno
'I'lfrsc/av as swas at first tunderstood.
L.ast wee/k sas ocr of bolts. Pro/s. ~
Adams, 'lay/or an~d H-empl, and
Pres. An~gell being among tegit
onv all /probability tle gufte
engineers will go to T1olecdo this week ST A1 ARE THE BEST.
to hlep teat 3'oledo's tswenty million CIGARETTE SMOKERS 0110 are will-
in' In pay a litle more than(1 the price
gallo pump chaged for the erdinary tlae igaerettes,
Hlinkey has beenl unauniousls re- iiidTIBRNsueortalhr.
elected captain of the Tale eleven The Richmond Straight Cut No.1I
for next year. Ku/pr has been CIGARhETT S
ore made from the rightest, most delicate
chosen cap/a/n of Pennsylvania. in flaor, aod higestl cosl SOLD LEAF
Six tudnts romAfria ae re- gbowa in Virginila.
Six tudntsfro Afrca re eg- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and obsere
istered in the medical and dental that Ike name of 1110emaufacers asn((
dlepartmlents. Four are in the med-. elw is on every pacekage.
cal and two in the dental depart- TOPr' !'i 8c.GiA4 5RIR, OAaCn e0
Vnnt. RANCH ' , secesena VIRGINIA
Ames, I/lair, Hay/er and Starrett,
senior engineers, spent four days of
last week at Grand Rapids, helping
to make the official trials of the The Lseading
new ten million gallon pumping en-%
gine. .4oae+TAI LO0R
Alpha Nu, tired of the many post-
ponenments of meetings on account
of concerts and lectures, has decided Hlrge etneoek in the city. You eongeet anyd
to hold its meeting at 3 o'clock on setlein yoa are looking (or.
Saturday afternoon when entertain- COME AND SEE US.
menits conflict with the meeting ap.
pointed for Saturday night. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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