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As 0HERFURNCE ANGINt IN PICEI ii GM l$2.00 lO $8.50.
Nvth oneeof those thermoeters in
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S~t 'str'shaeesteisn'te. t 20 per cent. Off for Cash on Friday, Saturday and Monday.
Calkins' Pharmacy -
3et IAT®E sIKI~iI JOWPlS$ & MATTESON.I -State Street.
NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM,
Have a hull Assortment of -UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUD)ENTS'
SUPPLIES, whieh they offer at the Lowest Prices.
THlE 5SUAL DtStCOUNTS GIVEN TO sTIDENTIS.
dSdGONts HAND IKOOKSriBO'GTibOR EXttLIIAINGE't
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VOCAL STUDIO, 1c S. MAIN ST.
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It eosneetien: Fine ShowereMiatths. see r -
eetain thes. 3 tseeoer $5005. Ladiee' 14sl,
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DATEMONIS.E OWEN'S BAIiERt SROP,
I Ne. 4 East Hueroen (reel.
The Inlander was rdclivered to
iEiectionc blancks for the lpresent
semeester toast be its before tmor-
Thse sophsomsores swill citoose of-
ferers for uhe year next Saturday
'The fall tennis tournamnctill
irobiably be held thce last of tis
wveek or early nccxi, before lice fall
rains set in.
It is expected that Jewvett, right
ialf back on the U. of Md. eleven
last year, will play with Northewes-
eres this season.
The Atlhletic Association hloared
will heoled a meeting to-night to fill
two vacancies andi consider footbcall
atsnd track atihletics.
The early openting of thse library
thsis year, at 8:15 instead of 9:00
o'clock, is proving a great conveni-
ence to mansy students.
fTe opening social of thse Unity
Clush will occur this evening, in thse
Unitarian chusrch parlors. A gens-
eral invitation is extended.
The young peopsle's societies of the
various churches wiii hold their an-
nucal receptions in their respsective
churches on Friday evening next.
Five prominent '93 men were re-
cognized in lice front ranks of tine
freshmen's rush line Saturday night.
It is supposed they have heen re-
qjuested to do their college work
lieleae eactre Limpswts Posrcelain N'ickeliPlaced Sitter Lamp, Net. °,reste
NirteliPlteid loyal Lesseit, Net. 5, cnsetee Nickel PilatedRinocheser Lnamp, Na. tcseter
dsraft. tie. edraft:,Pi.25
NiceliPltedrtiVate Lamps. 1 .i.crnesar Ni-ce cldGerman Studce teseLam, Em-
leaft, $1.25-.eres, $2.7.
Nickellted Yats Lampe c, Na. ,easier NickeltPvaesd Gerean Student tLamp, Per-
draft, $1.5.letiosn $le.00
Niecel Plaed Jueno Lamap, No.-2 center Niceltlated Gerema Stuads-ncLamip, Pritn-
drafte, 01.75. ce, 51$.50.
Hlandetimplsse nrees-tLamp,., Lite'sry Laempsr, Iliseniiaeps, Piano Lassp.teewsyle
and litcae picersthcanlnet seas-sn. Examstinse carstork hefor'e baying, and sraveoery.
44 South Mrain Street.
Ann Arbar, Mich.
DEAN & COMPANY.
It is reported that all but about feature is thce symposiunm on the sub-
thirty of thce '96 literary class have ject of 1 Class-roonm Rishionesty,"
returned to college this fall. This contributed to by Pres. Angell, and
i not so large a falling oft as usual. several psrofessors and students.
The office houirs of ltce General Thsirty Kansas lawv students cuet
Secretary of the S. C. A. at Newv- in the lasv lectscre room Friday acsd
berry Hall will hereafter be as fol- organized a Kansas club court. R.
lows: 9:30 to to:oo a. mc.; c2:oo to N. McConnell, of McPherson, wvas
12 :30 and 6:45 to 7:30 p. mc. tlected judge. Other officers wvere
Miss Rebecca Fichc, vice-pros- choseciacid cases arranged for trial
ident of '96 and on the S. C. A. at the next regular meeting. The
Bulletin staff, wvill not return tlhis court wvill convene every Tuesday
year but has accepted a liositiocn in evenicig at half-past sev-en, in Room
the high school at Ravenna, Ohio. 12.
A Tea social will be given by St. Cornai's Trainer.
Andrew's Church, in tHarris Stall,
Thursday' evening. A general re- A strong effort is beinigniadle at
ception to Episcopal students wvill Cornell to retain Courtney in Isis
bce given icn the Halt ocs Friday present position of coach for the
evening, crew. M1r. Courtney has a flatter-
In his ancnal address yesterday ing offer frons tarvard, hbut will rc-
ocorning, President Angell stated vain at Cornell on the followring
that the average age of stuidecnts en-cs-onditions: He will remaicn as coach
tericig tlhe literary eepartmsent is luring 1893-94 on a salary of $c,2o0,
19 years and in the lrofessional melvded that ansount is raised be-
cdepartmcents, 21. lore O~ct. c1a, the date on wvhich Ice
J else Huber, lpresidenst of the O~r- must give an answer to Harvard;
atorical Association, will not ye- and to remain not less than four
turn to the UT. of M. this year, osv- years suhsequent to 1893-94 00 con-
ineg to the illness of liisother. He ditlon that hefore July nst, 1894,
will complete his literary course in the athletic association shall have
Finley College, where he holds the secured a guarantee of $1,500 anni-
position of managing editor of tlse ally. This will require a large in-
Ossarist, ltce college monthly, crease in the amount raised for the
The S. C. A. Bulletin appeared support of the crew, hut the students
in its first numher yesterday. Illis are hopeful of securing it and this
ahout the same in size and appear- retaining at Cornell the man whoI
ance as last year. D. F. Wilcox is has heen most instrumental in mak-
managing editor. An interesting ing Cornell invincible on the water.
W MN. iR. FEtshe T:iter. t is at- e -o
hand sto 55give Sin personaleeeic t'stissio is
buseinssesntiseab edtoteve scuestoese
its a strictly ir esta-esssacnr.5Wilsiamst.,t
firstdosorestStat 555res., . vie .stsuiledsing.
Yrelewcasd luty litittss,
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Fists iteps ingisloser.
WIM. ARNOLD, Jeweler.
C'apitalt, ':-)0,00. Surptlu stsd .lsttite $17,0/1s.
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