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November 07, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-11-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
TO THE STUDENTS. . - = T'== -TWo S-2 -JvES
AGENTS Ft'OZ--
GENTLEMEN:- H1ODGEMAN S MACKINTr~OSHES
We wish to call yoer lparticulasr attention to the fact that our!I
Stock, as usual, includes a general and complete line of high class Ire the iest in the world. EYxiiiine our new line of
clothing. Young NienCs FL I...D~ ~ S S1iIR FS
O ? RC Z! 2SOLE1 .AGENTS FOR
made up with all thec ietail, care and skill which eliaracterizes theic-,-- YO1JJVANS AND KNOX HATS i-'Ds ecattalrn ok

Wadhams, Kennedy & Reule. THE TVV SMMS.

Ann Arbor Savings Bank PATRONIZE -- STAEBLEng-
Ants Arbor Mich. Capital stoc,$510,000, OWEN'S BARBER SHOP!
tSrpius, $150,000.
Orgasited underthe Generailitning Liws Nos. 4 I iii 55Ots Sntnt
ofthis itate. Receives Deposit, bhs antd' _____________________
sells exchang'e sn the pincipal ecitisifihe 1C a
ideaRISiAlcaiita. Officers:
1~pi O R I N) 11 W. Washington St.
VS D AN M Acts,VieP s" y
CHSa. . HISCOK, CatsAhiOerii.5.r
A. J.FPt rz, Asst. Cashietr.ATIt1 iw s.7=0 1=IT
o f R.E. JOLLY 3 CO., 'HOT LUNCHES
~ It" Served at oil Houirs,
AN It) ALLSIciTUDENT, 1,c''11s. ft5'
(()I," '1. (AINISA lt
THE COLLEGE WORLD,
j Nct.Ui I'o . iitto t ;.;n MphaNu
_________________. .Ntwsy Notes from tCoilege andi
Nt. t Tt . Willaio Itiothe In-University.
Ntt tI it IcbYrti. mloitctt 0"ii lojts i niversitt 'lhar-tes o cots
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS, It it tlttttt'v Otate.' At iistlttt t c icsptior- stiucn
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS! INo ITttf 1 .vtis.- t'ttctttIttttta.N. V i siNt..letls(ttt rushttttc'i , I. Ic 1 clli t ttS

it ott . S.ie t-l Cho rl1 1OSviol)IS 1W ox tirt0. N
30 l L.;, Hurn Steeta'i) xaiticeshcse o ii5hfr i5
0Vattt le-Ittter. SATURDAM.Ys hGAES, f rii a l i riicton Tc ast sviygare, whale
ENVT 1tC y' o t Pen - ar a r d 20, torc tCor- iti o c sotdo fs si iti l o ls i.
Lowest priceips ay.s is h Nx
F r' uc e x viv x vc a i lc e t ot ,S or i r ld li It C r el a

Excelsior Laundry,
;M EAS r Hi liON S'roiihT '.
ttdttivieretd. A. F. COVER'T,iProf:.
21 years in the Business.
CITY LAUNDRY,
W. M. Sea Wt' No. 4 N.FourthSt,
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
Tubs'
iti tt. 11i 5 t0 St. . I tt t'' Sic , , K.1
! lrlicettesi, itatiilt~rtlxtt. int oit tt '1% ~
Deo sit xt etsfIte rat.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
TAILORS.
IM Nltl0ltTES
AIN E
WOOL ENS.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
SHOES.
S EE THE NEW CRAZE,
TAN CAi.F BLUC'5I0R5t.
FULL. LINE of
NORMAN &'BFNNETT's
tS OLrrINO ISHOES.
17 S. Main.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
HATTERS
AND
FURNISHERS.
Sole Ageiits for the ''Miller
lhat." Fiue Line of
fackintoshes.
15 S. Main.

W ahlr-s

BOOKSTORE.

cotesttttsots thy foothall field, Sat-
uirday. tPrinceton is in mourning
for the Univ'. ot Pa. broke her loug
list of victories by defeating her in
the close score of 6, to .}. Twenty
thousand people saw the game.

-- Cornell played a strong game
against Harvard, the latter having
Special Discount on Law B3ooks, to work hard for the victory. The
Medical, Dental andi All University ganme resulted -20 to 54 in favor of
Text-llooks. Thle largest j the crimssoti.
Other scores are as followts: Clii-
T cago University z8, ake Forest 18; S 4 s oeo 01 1Lfyte4 eiho ae7,
Wesleyan o: Univ. of Kansas 26,
Iowca 4.
in the city for 25 cents. Agent for
Keuffel & Esser Matheniatical Instru- Ncric.-The House of Repre-
moents. Under prices oi everything, sentatives resumes business Monday
night at Alpha Nu hall, at 7:30
-----o'clock. Election of officers will be
sr'OREs: hldo and bills will be introduced.
Souh SateStret nd ainStret.All must be present.
Sothsttsteti and Mfaintret. (Signed) EXECUTIVE CONINI srEE.'

rcnmarkable teani, ovellctachied and
well hanidletd."
The gross receipts froma Col. na-
gersoll'ts lecture, 11c'oltaire," given
at the Audnitoriuim recently, tinder
the auspices of the Press Club, were
about $5,800. The lecturer receiv-
ed Gob per ceist. of this sunm, and the
net profit to the Press Club xvas
,$1,700-Daily Cardinal.
His Name a Household Word.
Josepoh Murphy, ene of the foremost
of the Irish comedians on the stage
comies to the Grand opera house next
Friday evening, Nov. it. No actor of
this present age has brousght so inuch
pleasure to thousands of hearts as
Joseph Murphy, and his nsame is a
household wvord from one extreme of
the country to the other. TIhere are
those who never see this inside of a
theater except ons the occasion of
Joseph Murphiy's appearance,. and this
delight they experiensee is 'satisfactory
enoughs for a year. Mr. Murphy comes
well supported, anud will, as lie always
does, test the capacity of thus houise
during the engagement.

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