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October 13, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-13

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TEE U. OF M. DAILY.

N ULAN MaU LANU LADY
AND HER FURNACE
IL oit eof tt oc iteirmoeters it
,:rWindo 'T heni f he sa ys iihe
morn isam coligit s'otcanm
1 iteheithtit is 'tt
CAILkINs'PANALRmAcyS
Calkins' Pharmacy~t 5
34 So. SLATE STRLETL
lNim m Ni emONO

b'E OUR NEWMN
\ ents' jtlocistiSlippers in all I hi: ,,.atest otyl~s.
AT THE VfrO~AricV&. Mat9y on32 $.$TATE $C
+OUT FITTERS, Je)'' t: ..Lpt L. } 4

aEOz &W--JrrlToI:,

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

Have a Full Assortment of UNIVERSITY TEXT ROOKS, nett and second hand, and all l(isd of STULI)E:N'IS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowestt Prices.
ITE USUi.AtL i)ISlMttl"TS GLVEN To Off DENTIS. SECONL IILAND Lit I i S It{; ItiIt 0I 1 iA .\N(
CAREUS NCERAtE IN Tt'itE tE3EtMI? SZFYTTtS.

JAY C. TAYLOR,
"T HE 0YO1L
VOCAL STUDLIO, )IS. MXTN SI.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
In onnecilitin:line Shiower t' Ltis. newvii
etia ot ttbs. itt taths fi bot *.Laieis' Hlir
J..I. TIiitAasvwsst, It0Li. Wo'.liittonSit.
P XILONL/.L2055'LN'O LIBARBiERt H101'
Nit. 45Easi. ]ltttmtiStreomt.

I

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
SithtitheIewmitceitier, isidoinig
De;r work every day.
jtyof. Tltomipsons heida getneral
ilferhijs lecture yesterdaty.
'redeickIsLIItitigati, of thie class
itt '9tvisitethehopitatll y ester-
day.
'Thbe 'M.A.iA. Flayed Itie Iighi
Schtool teatitby electie lightilast
tight.
Jolin Weaver whio was a'96f medic
last year, is now studying its Coluns-
bia College.
11. Newvton, swho ook the bicycle
prizes at Purdue last year, has en-
tered as a 197 lilL.
'There twill be a mseetitig of the
'oley Gttildl, at SL. Thomas School
I la]], tonight, at 8 p. m..
The married students' reception
will be given one week from tontightL,
)c.20th, a' Newbherry Hall.
J. G.lWinte, an honor mian at
IKanisas University, 193, has entered
coliege and will do P~. G. work.
N.W. IV. iosop, A. Ml. 193, is
:Professor of Ancient Languages in
the :Missouri Wesleyan, at Cameron,
Mlo.
Annie L.. Richsartds, Ass't Tress.,
will not return to school for a few
wveeks, owing to the deatis of her
father.
Air. Carl Parsons, last year lit.
'96 and member of the Oracle.
hoard, has heen visiting friends in
college.

IJA M E'1: S_ TLAIV.L ~ LC ES T7_i, tii- ~t ilit
abusi netiti ii c oal) t c ito r vemiits t c tioinm,.
Ntic Ptiietd 1oyaviii 5.,iio. Ot.0, mcenier Nictel IiPtlat L Rochetertampm, No.'(mentetr
idiatt. tle. dmlfiii, 55.I A.A R
Nilil Lilateti Yale Latmpt, Not. 1, cymmy Nickel Platedrman oittStomlit tLacit,Oni- y .
drft01.21f. nt-ss, 0.5
Nimk-telt,iii'Loe Laimp,. No. 2ceouter Nic-tet 'litiliGerminStutdeot Lamip, Ltr- Iiiawli l3Pti .
Nickel PlatediL no i mspti~, Nit. tcenter Licktel 'latedct c-tout St tt-tim Limit, Prig- L'. ioI 1L. bFlagm in i
ittaft, $12;5,c-s, $i3.0.line ',ci ii li iifot
Handi oict Lams -rntiistaampseo-.ii EymtiLumsclneub eLusi panamps. ewstyles N ~lAR N LDQ Jvvei
44 South Main Street.,YRN
Ann Arbor, Mich. &FCOMPANY,
110155 Sl! 01 2,S. (tstr. A.4.'
Tiso nest mets till try- fur guards Anothser promisintg manisnt track ME IHA~tLL. lhIzt Teimmt,me tii
iionday. (Ote is nosy in the t'ti- athsletics frotisX9i7 is Mulhileron, ar~
sermity, atnd one trill arrive shortly mtetmiber of time L. A. C., and a ij1 h.llnllel id
frtmhtttamioldier of several imedals flosm e'i itsi msi mi ^', 'ii . 1.
NI t. Williamts has beetsappminoteu ich Iigain Agricutura~l College.,1 )it ttIIcrt rr
to fill tile position of assimistntin Iih pMh-stioi -..S ieposiimits. H iat
Llsi1mGillespie, of twestert .n iii1 posmiitiltit Limi\sfo etici.
the liraymade vacanst by ite sick- . It. IP'. i'mes. F. H. i3LSOiL, c. Iir
lirrlgan, has Lplacedin iithe library as LBattipenm imttiStu-bdy em-lig.
tiess of Mtr. Cole.a mensorial, a class albttmtrhichm
The ustalia crcketrs st- as the property of his soni,tiow
trill play Lime I). A. C. nest tweek deceased, wh~o graduated itn ' zt
were defeated by the All Massachit- 'tc enicorsae rodd-
selts eans Wednesday. ==
Tile senior lawr class adopted res- constantly thtese finie days. A good I O GA AD Th
olutions of congratulation in hlonor aas evpaesLaecatis R,1~4~g ($!\.~
of Prof Griffin's nomination for wth~ '97, and they will doubtless be $Tt
congresslnanti orig heard of in ite course of thte Fall 1 ARE THE BEST. /
ths orin.CIGARETTE SMOKERS mitosatemiii-
A recelilon will he tendered to tunmn.Ing to piaatsittlecr than theprc
thte freshnmen girls in the profesional Owing to the wrreck at Jackson ill and THIS BRAND supterior tuall others.
schools by their upper class sisters, and the delay' incident to it, Prof. The Richmond Straight Cut No.I
Satulrday evensing, b Lp.in., at Newv- Griffin twas sinable to get to Ann CiGATIE'.TE
berry Hall. Arbor in time to lecture to the are mtad~e from tebrgtesmt dliat
'96 h~as arratnged for ganmes with seniors this nmorninig. Professcr grows in Virgiutt.
t~e lerot -uh dloo ad tie'homlison lectiured iu his place. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, taniilobserve
the etrit ighSchol ad te pthaItue hamte of Lthemnufaturers as
Y'psilanti Normals, and trill proba- 'The Mathsematical clsubtrill hold below is on usury packatge.
bly stucceetd in obtainitng a gamie ai neeting in room 10, of the eni- li Vt. IN'?a-l.4'ecA"aao coe0
wtrh thte(Orcttard Lake. rering buildinig, at 7:30 o'clock, * BRANCl1 i tsNSVwPGIA
'There are seven college dailies Saturday evening. Papers will be
publishsed in thle United States, read by Prof. Ziwet and E. 13. Es- C'_ E
W~e ventulre the assertion thsat there cott. All tvho are interested are
is none better thtan the U. of iTt. invited. The Leadingj
tDaily.-Anmn Arbor Register. The Wrinkle, owing to a delay ini
All intending to enter any of the the arrival of thse cuts, trill not ap. , -ht1i,'TA.] LOR
field day events should report at pear until this afternoon. Copies I
once to tilenmen appointed to re- will be for sale at all places pre- Slit- thi newest Fail and winiter Wootlen-ati
ceive entries. Thsese are Kenson, viously advertised. The board tre largeststock 1in the 'ity. Yio can v-I o:an
seet on uact' Iookltug Liir.
'94 dent, and Martindale, '9 lit ; seriously considering this morning,
but men fromn '96 and '97, should on account of the great influx of COME AND) SEEI, S.
report to their respective commit- subscriptions, the policy of increas-
tees, whichl will be appointed soon. ing the issue to 2,000. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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