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October 11, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-11

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n'i ar nDI ou IT.'yo 'an. 01
hertha itisnt.Gents'>I-owg. Sluppers in all Irth£ Jatost tylts.
Calkins' Pha\ Imacy AT THE TES B w di h R \ a te o
34 Sn. STATE STREET. OU'TFITTER,

& wE~wJsAo i~,

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

Have a Full Assortmsent of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kind(s (of STUI)ENTS-
SUPPLIES, which they offeir at the Lowvest Prices.
1 NE U SU AL DISCOUNTS GIV EN TO sST UDENT'S. .>l CONG HAND I )OKn StGHTl ()R'I \( IANGS).
CALL DZE TG-RLA.VGSJ3D INTHE E SET I3TY'TES.

JAY C. TAYLOR,
J;, I12 ©T HE)ZN
VOCAL STUDIO, 51S.MAIN ST.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
t onecton: Fioe Shower laths. new' 5or-'
cela inbs. 55 baths Ifsr $5.00. Ladies' Hair
i rsenn arlasor apstairs.
1. ts.ssssAows's, IS E. Washisu ton St..
PA TRONIZ/E O'VEN'S BRBtOERTSHOP.
F" No. 4 East HuroStSreet.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The Wrinkle will appear Friday.
The Unity Club held its opening
social 'Monday evening.
Cltas. Shamel, lawv '9J, is srac-
ticing at TIaylorville, Ill.
H. D. Geiger, X93 dent, is in his
uncle's office at Alpena.
F. A. Waples, medic '93, is prac-
tiring in northern Nebraska.
:Miss Kirby, medic '93, is in thse
Woman's Hospital at Saginaw.
Examination for the banjo club
is held this evening at seven o'clock.
The Michigan junior law men nmet
Monday afternoon to organize a cisib
court.
fTe Denial Society will mccl ost
Tbhursday at 7.30 is. ni., for election
of officers.
A reception to imarriedt students
i n tne University will be given soon
:y fle S. C'. A.
.NIiss Jennette Loutdotn will act as
pianist in the Chtoral lUnions in pince"
'fA "Gss Povey of last year.
The football grounds on tile cam-
p)us are being roped in, to keels)te
crowvd frotu interfering withi the
players.
Prof. Knowlton has been retained
withs Regent Whitmnis to defend
-land who is nosy being tried in thse
circuit court.
HC. F. Dedrick, lawe '93, has
charge of the prosecution of a$5,
000 suit in the United Stales court,
at Wichita, Ks.

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draft. 90e. dealt, x2.25.OT1 ,=
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srtt $120.Drss , $2.75.
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dralt. O[t. ce's, 1-i3.0.ine tIetsis intr bones
Handl Lamps,'Brel Lntiams, LibraryLamps, anqe amps ianooLamis.new Dies
satd at lowter prices thsanlast sesona E te ourStack beforehbuying, nod saesmoney. VM. A R NOLD, Jewxeler'.
44 South Main StreetDA.& CO P NY
A committee has been appointed The football game with Albion COSIS& 1HALLFlorists, ?Telepho1 5
by else S. C. A. to draw up resolu- arranged for next Saturday has been,
lions on the death of the father of cancelled by Albion's mianageint. r he~ t , ,Nl~~jek I
Mtiiss Richards. Instead, the house team will play a f t
Prof. Davis swill address the Engi- return gause vi tintie D. A. C., at C ist 's~et.sStitssss(odji ssjsls .07/s.
b Does 5a eersl bsnlin lsssiaees. Pays toter-
nooring society alits seeting next lDetroit. ect 00 Ssavings Depoesits. 15as0safety
SDepoSsit Bsotes ' o sse t.
Friday evening, in Room to, Engi- The 5. C. A. elects officers to- l'T. IEOPFPr es. P. H. BELSEOR'sider.
neering building, night to fill vacancies caused by the uahstassatsyeaig
IH. B. Krogman, lit '94, W-amsily non-return of those chsosen last yeac,
pitcher, has been sick at his hsonie"The vacancies 10 be, filled are the .. '
in Saginaw and will not return to vice-presidencies of the lit and hsonsm- "'
college before ten days. eop departments and one Biulletin t
There will be a business meeting editor.D. Y T
of the members of the Webster All old members of the Choral I '
Literary Society Ibis evening at 7:30 Union whso wish to join thsis year AETE ET
o'clock in Webster Roonm. are requested to report at once to CIGARETTE SMOKERS who are will-
C. N. Sow'ers, medic '93, meimber Mr. A. H. Hopkins, 70 Hill street. ingtoped itleore ha tae prices
of the D: TLY staff last year, has to- All permns wishing to try can see wl idTI RN ueirt l tes
rated for thse practice of his pro- Prof. Stanley at the School of lMu- The Richmond Straight Cut No, I
fessions in Low Moore, Virginia. sic daily, from 9 to 12 and2 to 3. C1GARI.TTIES
The distance covered in the morn- The Illinois junior lasomet yes.- ss ae a~i rmtebihet otdlct
inn runs of the football candidates terday afternoon to arranage for a grwARE OFriiaTIN ndnsr
htas bseeis diminished and a consider- s Slub court. A proposition submit- th~aSt the name of tthe saataetscs ass
ably greater speed is maintainedi. ted from the Illinois senior laois selownscln on ecyy package.
E. J. tUttotvny, lest year's nsanac tit the juniors join sitls ttem in a rye i H&GtY 4EHR10tbcoc
tug editor of tihel)sm, was city c 'rsa gedt yaumnnsr 50C t5'55I5tI
editor of the Daily itesorter, a soci- vote. Time twvo divisions wsill me( It
ely paper at Bay Viewo, this summer,. etStra t 'lcro
The track at the Athletic Field football practice yesterday wsn
is being put in shape. It will be varied someswhat by the appearance Th Le d g
cleaned up ansd rolled so that it ran of several nesv candidates. Smith, -ct.T I O
be used by thsose desiring after of Do Pausv, a candidate for renter -_Tusa fti ek uh lydta oiin hwn
The Glee Club held its first ox- up very well for the first day. A t-Ins t'e ee-. 'st ladPWinster olnn
amnto ateeit wils nosy nan from Princeton, who has largesS stack in Ithe 'ityr. Youscanetastnty5
amintio las evnln at hic 45selectioa you ars' loo]SEifor.
person presented themselves to fill played football there somewhat,I
the eight vacancies. The first meet- took the place of tackle until a no- COME AND SEE L'S.
ing wilul be bold noon when the snc- vero injury to his shoulder conmpell-
cessful names will be announced. ed him to slop. 2 E. Washington St,, near Main.

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