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October 21, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-21

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ith one of those thermsomeers an Alt $2.0, $3.00 ;3.50 and 844 00o-ats, exceptng Slverm us & Roeos
3 or window,.'then, if she says theFO iv
roons is warme nougth, yout cn per - FOR $198.
,,rnidhe tati in'.EIGHT DAYS ONLY
I Calkins Pharmacy FIA, Oct. 2 to SATh RD) A'sOct 28thAlt Stle and Szes.
I-lae. a 12u111A-sortniert of UNIVEitsiTY TEXT BOOKS, new t11end sod hatnttd, and all kitttla(1i Sili 1)ENT l
SUPPLIES. whinch tey cffer at the LIwet Prices.
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UNIVIERSITY NOTES. tick-el t Flier I tutno Lasssp, N. centrrNietettttted Grtte zStitdt Las5 itttit- 5C. tt N. F0agt its
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13.y ntitt tmu iems Three lteotis: ,Ann Arbor, Mch-
'T efresistenet Itisi--oranize O silrt~.AN N;au
tseir gice cub.[-Ite seminary its English Master 1rs iet Anel ciet cstesdaisC aS LL r13th Tleo l e i
'The Glee Clubh texam itini was pieces isill hold its first meeititg ott itmorningio ir Chicago, where lie Iasis
hlttdt thi onigfo t r5r5.5mito1(0 sonda wishen the essa ' oct Mores gone to sccure, iiposibi, at- 4°1 5III5ttl4 11113jjis
a n't. Utopia cwill be red, ions 1totemtuses. The tnistier-
lr.1e. ~absklet yisterdty tit it 1'Ilt IHobart Guild gytmnsasiumntcity wses-ry- fortttnate itsoltninisg ispiltl . tphrt gf ?,o
in na rgoftowek n h he Ciinese exiit at the ONewOtr-tets n t loe-ite Iancc: t
cllt s ssder Mr. George itg iiill DepO- -~5os itt-'etosii ates
West. bgus regular sork in IHarris ,atll leanso eibition. It s to be Ioped t. ii 0o1 r"tPrestsF. Ms inFsE shy ott
Mr '10cr> t hrpttttt5OtteolyIctaning.
drMorsagadoofFe-at 7:30 thss enng. that etal sccss aisaits its at te
cr.ick Douglass, is a juniior ithte Colimbian.
latw departnent. b lusnt, '9 engineer, as obained President A. Gaylor Siocutm, of 4v ti
The S. C. A. switlivgle a rceptinaodpstion asdatssinfo Kaanmazoo College, wilt sek at e
to tlhe foreign stodcnts in thetIfni- nio oti aaa n s- the Baptit church, Sunday nmorn---
setrsity before tong.cuelycttntb incolgIttsg and evening. Hi address in - HaN
35. . Duncan is favorably year. the eveting wilt be especially inter '
spoken of as candidate for president Rev. Prof. I.. Ii' Joceyn wilt estitg to young people and studen. STRA/ ARE TE BEST./
of tte jttnior lose class, speak before the Young People's Dr. Slocum has had a very suces CIGARETTE SMOKERS wore wil-
Dr. Anes attended the meeting st spers in St. Andrew's Chapel, to- flotyear at Kalamazoo, aditd 's- tg t haty a lie mre tan rie price
- ttist harge fogr fCo i orinary tradeecgartes,
of the tPolitica Scicnce Association morrow, at 6:30 p. in., on tle topic in first forumal aptearance in Ann willhndTHISRANDnperior taliohr.
Ield in Detroit yesterday. "Our Relation to God in Prayer." A'rbor. The Richmond Straight Ct No. I
Alva T.'lrueblood, ex-Columbian Thle cricket match between the Tle S. . A. are considering a CGA~h.TT'Ir
guard, has returnted to college and D. A. C's antI Australians has end- tian celichs wiii do aw-ycith all nuor sntimieistiesi, usnootsi~sas
cnteired cith thte class of '97, ed. TDie I). A. C.'ncere beaten byv strife at future elections. A ystemn grown an virginsa.
'S.'s'. jffeisisrsientof asti37~tts ad n iniig. lutel of electors cshociii retresent te BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, adob seve
A. 4. effri, pesientoflas 15 rnsandan nnig.Butela ouit the srnttme oi teminufsactrers a5s
year's senisor lacy class is coachiisg U. of Ali. nman, dilis good paying at iferent deartnents, in propoton beowtsi on ery isacage.
a football trans at Crete, Neb. thec wicket. ( 'o tie isumsber of sbscribers in that I H& t q&R-(ecnneo '
SDr. Lloyd ciii address the S. C. An assssnment of a3 cens ]Ia elartusent, and chIo ciii ee ands ' aRANCn E, asnceaasIAINI
A., Sunday at 9:05 a. us. His sutt- beens levied by the 'p lits to mnet elect tie officers, is proiosed, a-- __________________
jet citl be''Spirit."- Alt are c-c- football expcnss. Messrs. Alld- ttoughsnoting defnitd tis been s.
come, rich, Welsh, Nea, Condon,,tin_ decided.
Else senior indepenidents witt iold decker, Leonard and Austin have eni rascMasssit me n ofay te e ~~l'
a meeting early next week to coi- been appointed a committee to co- sno aecas ie etra t T ~ L Cdn
sitter the matter of issuing an anncu- ect the ax. noon, andI after an informal ballot, dT 1A.IL J
athschose Mlr. Elliott as their candidate J JI
ashnyear. '1Te Baker University, situated at for president. 'Tis practically
Trhe junior dents elected the fol- Baldwin, Ilan., defeated te Mis- elects Mhr. Elliot, as under an agree- Hat nws~ts-ail5 and SUlme Wtobsi,,d
lowing officers yesterday: Pres., ouni State University last Saturday, metuaels er h rn- ~ yuntotsgsen
A. E. Ball; vice pres., Miss IM. B. by a score of 23 to o. The Baker Mississippi nmen were to have theI
Crans; se., F. E. Dodge; treass, team is being coached by C. L. presidency this year, in return for COME AND SEE US.
Miss E. von Bremen; marshal, . EThomas, who played at guard on giving the office in their junior year
Ml. Barton.d our 'Varsity team last fnl. to a M~ichigan nan. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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