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October 16, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-16

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THE U. Or' M. DAILY. _____
ANt) HER FURNACL M .U0
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he ha t s' 1 @nl's' KlonsE Slippers in all thiE 1atsst otyiEs.
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34 S0a. IlA3E SIRLI OUTFITES jcJ h ateo D2$ TAE$:

!-\I[ocx1ER IE a& W WJ rr1\/-A0RoL,7

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

IHave a hull Assortment of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all his of STI)EN.TS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer' at tihe Lowest Prices.

TH 'is ,siAlDIiSCOUlNTS GIVtEN TO TL DENTS.

SECOND IIANDJ 1BOOiKS LiOUGH1110i 1,' LCIINtl 0.

CARETS SJSKG IAJVNSJD lIT TISUSI M=ST SJTYZLTEJS

JAY C. TAYLOR,1
6111U °T HE VOICL
VOCAL STUDIO, 51 S. MAIN ST.
0, K. BARBER SHOP.
J n connection: Fiee Showe aeths,55tieo stpo-
cloints t. is bathsfor $5.00. Ladies' Ha1r'
Djitee-P arlor utirs o".
J. It. TimatANOWSti, ii S. ttashin ton St.
P 110NZ OwFN'Sd II''t lSHt1'.
SNo a'st I Isrnn Steet.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
liss Sadic 11. Alley, '94 lit, is
ts'.cniug in Kewaunsee, W1it.
Ms Agnes-Masone, whlo el trad
wit '96, 1has returnead to 'tllegL.
Ten coat iserie seets ons Iar-
varl's foodbaill leld, Titursdlay,
coathing ltha leanm.
F'rank V. Sloseley, last year tll
'95, is instrutor in biology in tlse;
U'niversity of Colorado.
:lits Maude A.IBarrett, A. L'. '93,
is teachsing Latin and French in tise
MIt. Clements high school.
The freshmaen will elect officers
next Saturday. The meeting is
railed for so a. in. in Rootn A.
Miss NM. Luella Dennman is a
metmber of thse facttlty of Wesleyan
University, at Bloomsington, Ill.
Mlits Estelle Field, last year with
S Ij, is teaching Greek and Lathsnits
L«,a Benton Iharbor Ihigh school.
lDr. 0. Laurent, physician to tlse
St. jean Hlospital, at Pruxelles,
tBelgiuns, is the guest of Dr. Marlin.
Sitss Mamie L. Cady, with '9
last year, has a position in the Milan
Il-ugh School, as assistant principal.
All '97 football players are re-
quested to he on the campus every
afternoon at four o'clock, for prac-
tice.
tDr. A. S. Wheelock, '88, and Dr.
Cifford, '89, of Manistique, have
been visiting the hospital for the,
past two days.

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Ni telcilPlited Rol a mpttet, No.. 0, reter Nickel IPtated Roesttrs Lamtp, No. 2, seter
drt,'t. sc. edraft, $3.25.
ice Pllt- ~atedt Yale Lans, Ixo. 1, entter NicktiatPlat'l edeaanStent LtamitEm-
dinft, 51. mss, sa2.5
N intel lated 'tale Lampt, Na. 2 center Nickel elated Germsss Student Lsntp, P'er-
Nicake lated Jttno aLnntp.No,. centr NiceetPlated Gertman Studet'sL amp, Pets-
d raft, 11.75.ces-a, $3.50.
NsndlL imps'Backtel Lamp,,tibrary Lam,ns atsseit IamtpePiano Lamps. Niew tylt1
aind tct lotsver prs.'sathaallast set.".It. Estttine ostoottk Sette tonin, and-', e motey.

41 South Main Street,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

DEAN & COMPANY.

I

Slits Lennette G. Stillimne, A.
It., '93,isthtis year lady principial
of Southi Dakota Utniversity, at Vcr-
milliotn, So. Dlak.
lrot. Lsvell ota U'rinlay fittisited
tis coutrse of lectures witll a lost
msortem lit the msedical bitilditng, andl
tail for Chicago tit evening.
The ansnouccment of subjects of
sermnts for lte seeral Sttnday
clhurchs services is posted in Nest-
berry I-ail the week Ipreviouts to
their delivery.
Reserved seals, good for thse ets-
tire season, will be placed on sale
jWednesday mornsing by thse S. L. A.
Fifty cents extra wtill be chsarged for
these seats. Seals may be reserved
at Mtoore &\Wetmore's lowtn towvn
store, or in Room 2, South Wing,
Univ'ersity Hall.
L. P. Jocelyns will appear before
the Athletic Bloardth lis evening for
lthe purpose of presentinsg the views
and recommendations of thse tennis
meeting that teas held a short linac
ago. Illis expected that tite board
will look favorably upon the requests
of the tennis players.
Harry D. Jewvell, register of pro-
bate for Kent county, was admitted
to practice in the United States Su-
preme court at Washington, yester-
day. Mr. Jewell is the youngest
member of that distinguished and
exclusive bar in the country. He
is a bright fellow and merits the dis-
tinctions he has hewed out for him-
self.-Grand Rapids Herald.

President Ladd's Address.
An audience of fair sire yester-
day mnting listetnedl to the opals-
itng address of SMr. Laddt, tetest
iresident of thse S. U. A. After
dwvelling uspon thse recent expiansiatn
in the stont of the Associatiosn, so
tat it htas become a vital part of
university life, lie proceeded to a
statentent of plaits and prospects for
the coming year. Illis proposed to,
renmedy thse financial embarrassmtent
always experienced early in thse year
by requiring payment of dues before
the first of Novemsber, a not un-
reasonable demand. A tlan for so-
dials was outlined. Thse reception
to married students next Friday will
be the first of this series, to be fol-
loweed by a number of socials to
those of different departments and
slates, calculated to reach every
student in the University. An at
lractive course of lectures statspro-
mtised for later in the year, and the
expected meetings under the charge
of B. Fay Mills wvere nmentioned.
M~r. ILadd believed that the outlook
for the association was more pronm-
ising than ever before.
During President Dwight's ad-
ministration of seven years, $4,000,-
000 has been given to Yale.
Only twelve hours a week are re-
quired at Harvard and the faculty
discourages those who try to take
more.

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to :Ii~ naetoehi, e eta'-" tat ti's ti..tli
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CIGARETTE SMOKERS wto are aill-
lig to payp a little mere thanthie prtice
chtarged foerthe eedinary trade Cigarette-s,
wit idTaS'HIS BRAND ssperior to alothers.
The Richmond Straight Cut No, I
CIGAR.TTES
are made feonmte beigihtest, most delicate
inflavor, and tighiest teal GOLD LEAF
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seleetinounare taoking fur.
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