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October 18, 1893 - Image 4

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AND HER FURNACE
'With one Of tthose thermometers in
our wiodow.Thea, if she says the
roomtois wamceough, onun e-
fsuatdet her tst it as't
jALL PInCES 5A1) ALt GRADES.
Calkins' Pharmacy
34 So. STATE STRsEET.

rTHE U. OF IM. DAILY. ____
BomLINE SHOE
NEy CyymOF SIS
@en1s0 HonsE Slippers in all thEsafetest ty1 S
jU~tTR o wdiph & Mattepon,5 32,. $TATE $K.

MOCIOE a &zWWEOm R o23E

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

Hlave a Full Assortmsent of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kind~s of STUDI)FTzS'
SUPPLIES, which thsey offer at the Lowvest Prices.

TilE USUAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO STUDENTS.

SECOND HAND IDOK i lOtGlT OR Ate XULANGE D.

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draft. te. drsft, $2.21.
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it .ii arlrusWSt0EWntttn -*taisead 1a1tlonertplrtitan lateslon. Exainte tolrstock before boyng, and sare ioney.
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°WM. R. FULDE,lt
IICSrNT ASS TAXLOR,
YelltowiaitdtBluehuttontis,
U. of At. Filag Pills.
Ftinelep titiCIEDone.
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler.
COU31NS I HALL. r1orits, Telehone.
tIleJ a nerii and ]1%d rlli' ' an
( aiitalt uttt0b. .1111r1ttts situ itits St7 .tt
ties a ginerut tn inlntlsilne. Pey-s itter-
CIii lilt SavingstDepositsu.Itan Solfely
Dieposit Boxies tor entII.
iR. IT-EM iTren. F. H. iEtSEI, Castier.
tBanki tie Saurdty evenieg.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Kansao club court mneets thin err-
ning in Roomt z2
Seeral newmiten are trainingi on
tite Athletic Field.
Charles 1I. Lathrop, latwi'721 dieid
in Dectroit Sunday.
Coatributiotns are pouring in sun
the editors of the Wrinkle.
E. C. Wittans, lit 1931 is tudying
law in an office iu Louisville, Ky.
Frederick Douglass will arrive in
Ann Arbor tomorrow at 5:35 p. m.
Indiana junior lawn met yester-
day afternoon in the old quiz room.
A temporary organization of the
junior law football team has lseen
effected.
The track at the Athletic Field in
being rolled in preparation for te
fall field-day.
tI. B. Krogman, 194 lit, who loan
leen detained at htotme by sickness,
in back in college.
IV. Henry Wilson, lit 193, is the
teacher of Science in the Ft. Smith,.
Ark., High School.
Thnenmenobers of the freshnian
English classen are now truggling
with their finst ensayn.
Paul G. Wetmore, clann poet 183,
panted through Ann Arbor yester-
day on his way to Chicago.
Chan. Hollister ban been chosen
football captain of the U. of P.
He in a brother of Mr. H-ollister,:
here in thne law department,.:vha
pitched lant year at Williams.

The freshmen are taking very lit- urday mtust be made by a p. in.,
tie interest in their football team1 Friday. to Kenson, 194 dent, Mlar-
only a fewe players practicing. tindale, 194 lit, Shoields, 194 lit, or
Today the great gause of cricket Batavia, 194 lawy. Iresent indica-
betwveen the D. A. C. and Australian tiotns point to a full and interesting
teamos takensItlace. Several U. of programo.
MIt. will attend. H. F. Itlussey, 194, has been
cv.- scot..,.... tiwi h . 1; irer .elected editor in chsief of tihe Dental

turn as president of the S. I.. A.
Thursday evening, when toe iii in-
troduce Mr. D~ouglass.
Reynolds, formerly of Princeton,
was again on the campus yesterday,
playing tackle with the second
eleven. Hle has fully recovered from
the injury received the other day.
The following officers were elected
at the Dental Society, Monday
night- Pres.,A. S.Baiely; Vice-
Pres., C. D). Cassidy; Sec., Miss
?glary Crass; Treens., H. B. Hinnman.
jVirgil Tapper, guard ots last
years eleven, has resistedl all the
inducenoents held out to him by
Cornell to come there and play,
and is studying medicine at Wash-
ington and Jefferson University.
All entries for the field-day Sat-
The tennis committee has isssued
an order reserving, after four o'clock
each afternoon, the three courts
next to the museum for the use of
those intending to euler the tourna-
ment. The committee very kindly
pernmits other players to use the two
remaining courts, which from their
location are entirely unfitted for
good playing.

Journal and L. I;. Coonradt, 1951
butiness manager. HIMI Brdg
nman represents tlhe journal as editor '
from the senior class and P. T. Van Y
Ornum and I.. E. Coonradt he IHMS- G, AwT
juirclass. lDr. A. Wt. Haidle 1
was elected alumni editor. 1 AR kiE THE BEST./
Boards for the reserving of seats CIGARETTE SMOKERS wihe ore with-
hng in pay a tittle ioethon tke price
for the S. I.. A. course were opened charg.ed for the ordinareptCae Cigarette.,
this morning at Newberry Hall and wt~dSI RN oeirtoiten
at Moore & W~etmore's. The line The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
at Newberry Hall begatn to form last CIGARETTE
ore nude fromtebrigteset. went dethcato
evening at half-past tetn. The in feavor, and kighest cot GOLD LEAF
down-town litne wan a fewv hours grown in Virginia.
REWARE OF IMITATIONS, aobsittere
later, the first student usning him_ tit theiname efthte manuaciuru sas
self up at about one o'clock. below ia on every package.
The University of Chicago cleared n$0e 11 G TE.Ir 0A O C0
about $40,000 this sunimer by rent- p+ BRDANCH 'F, l~iSVIZiN A
lug its dormitories to the W~orld's
Fair visitors.'
The second meeting of Unity
Club takes place on M~onday even- The Leatdingj
lug next, Mr. Robert Luderer, a
tenor singer of Berlin, Germany, - =ii 3 I 4.TAI LOR
Mr. El. N. Bilbie, violinist, and Miss
Minnie Davis, accompanist, willHntienwsPahndWtrWiICSad
give a musical recital. An enpe- ameottock in thercity. Yoincangi-attioy
selectionyuar ektgo.
cily fine program will probably be yuaelo] gfr
arranged and an attractive entertain- COME AND SEE US5.
ment may be expected. Recital
begins promptly at 8 :oo. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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