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November 11, 1892 - Image 4

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'T HE L. 0FMK DAILY
t~ooth lBrus hes? 001)D T1ILNQG ;ECKWEAR SALE +
, y e Itzche, pi1 +~r + at NOBLES.
.And the Bristles will not Cors jStrin ed e, nstrument,
Out. -^-CIIICE of a window full of "lin-hands, Tcks a1nd( Puffs or
CALKINS', WILSEY'S,y
34?? S. State Street. {AndLo ics 34 S. State Street. 148 t. 48 ets. 48 Cts. 4S ets.
MOORE &WETMORE, BOOK STORE, 0O- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
AND _OR_ OF1SATE ND kI 001 TaT'.
luvresity Tcxt-Book-, Medical Booksa, La(w hlkS, Iental iBoolts. Students' :Note0 ook. lank Books, St-taionr. We louecaIiarucec
M(ockc of (coifl tand Esser Drafting lnsiruuicuts.
Our Stock will he fotund Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.
T0rh Te o ~ ~S A V L Y < UzL XEUES. Callaton Win. Flde, tll(
I the Rochiester, TileiRoyal, an111The Pe1rfectionl Studlent Llamps havxe (rl uie Odoee ieLa m-dl5
onlr~tr ,ed tirat then gvtire moterfect liht o 11anylampts mf .yltl te WVlain , rufst door w1et oci State-a
'icsvtfotiOcnstil$eachlusthe i lde ilie (letolor -llleandlpessglrldt tneatly.
prOWsvayY7ol )0 elFato$1 (th iey algi'e ie(late (ltitv 1(1511 qaau-Suis te rer ttaspeciaty. Alt orks(nt-las.
11)11 (ili~itiktty (f light.
Argatnd Lamp, witi porcelain shades, at - - - - . (G5 cents IF YOU WANT TO
ited Star Ol, that hurns wthout odor, does no(t cilar the wick,
LARGST SOCK N TH CIT! Oi and gives a(pore white ight. delivered at . - 10 cents per g1l3~a A ~ ~ ~ o
OlCans, according to cpacity, f rnm - - - 21) cents to $11 each.
To see is to elieve. See our stock and youl will e conlvinced that se sell ohave sonIe ttepiin dne go to
thre est Lamap and best Oil for tile least money of any hllose ill tlhis city. r~l
-A-44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY. ' 11 d3 Mdn street
BROW,, N'S I)RjUG S0V11,.1 THE CAMPUS. l The sEncerng Socty imccl
I - l~~~onig ht inI 001oom 1 730.11aTAF ORP
.11 -v- ~Thec Utah lubl court has organized K. C.fileldi will discuss the Tests
WA il You LJoo ~51anlaoptedi a constitution. of Sorae Itters orLaunh ls te
W~lloll t Ils Dr. Gibbs first class in prctica tie 1World's fair.''
lpathlology fiilshed the11i11rIk, es- I larry- Crol appered up o the
it's(0111 Stotyi .110111 trday. campus, yesterday aternoon15, wear-!
GUITARS {I xaminations ill tle svaious de- lug his football suit. IHIe Was very
ADioounstrallolsal courses in the Iel-ll-anxious to play, and~ will udo ubt- '7 \
cal(delartmlen t, wuill is1e1heldtis edly e in god codition for ti
P CE.afternoonl. Cornlell game Thanksgiv ing Day.
lit1: ANN AtII1ORt OlGItAN CO., The nomnilating speechles, in the The Cornell-Princeton gamse as
al StAlan sreet. jnior lasw'electou today. arc rc- een declared oif y the Prinsceton Tasilhowing ilr-iasle(t
a± trictedl to fs-ceOminutes for presitet management tupon the grouud that
tJIG N ENTRALand t trce misnues for all otier tie PrinctounIalumni inisledi upon Drss 1an1Bsnesditns
TinaismSt 10sc1.i . (( sd. ofitcers. suchl action in orter to sae Ilhe TrouseringsanI~dFinner Vestiings
i~i 0~~e.-. 52o otspi' 5..M V. ). lozoosky. a student from tile eleven for the Yale gaume. fo'llatl Wilter.
h0ipe Nlu. . t 07 Bulugaria, isNoS ill lecture 011 tile "Greek 1I1 is probable that Ile class foot
aet '111OI1 t Church alnd-Mode of Life Anloug all amnes will not tbc playedl until
1. N. NExrtes. -.. ac70i11. senss -_ ri r 11Blgarians,"lat tile Presbterian atrThankgiving, ilorder to gv
.1 Itic Epress- . ' AmItPlelie Stta c p 0 l1
t. R. Expr s,(.1.10 17.fi xpreasrVs, chrch tolillt. thec'Varsity players opportunity for 42 $oth tats treet,
t.. Sti. Agent. clil'11i. Aet. AtnrtI rti. The juior phiarmlacy class dcec- reglar pracice andi to uard aainst
FIRST NATIONAL BANK tion, last week, resulted as follow: their beng injurell bfore the tor-
lOF ANN ARB~OR. Presitient, hlla litoore: vice-llcc nell aue at lDetroit. G. H WIL
rasc -elneelll Sininng (lni'ls, for.tent, Alis tanlkect; sereary, MI-. TI c game tomorrow- is to e
In Icuet cS lO. tto~fcedtpourdlAeal; treas'urer, Sr. lelltr lIyed at thlymp~ic Pak, adl 111 1 -ATG IOR
1,w tr~tt'E S~lahro ~ P. t(BA(11 Pre. I T E L Iiy 1IO
S5.5t.1i51,caiiSr. i A ine lot of scientific alilaraIas lnot at till Epositioln gotunds, as-f
se!- RA as tbroughlt rollsEurope bil) l.t-ann~oun~cedl 00 tie tickes. 11w- Is tie place tl g fr ie Tailrig.
rlTf IT idAbli. It is intended for use in tile differentlilhes of cars will take you5 leE h ils eetsukp
{ rherapc~l~sutle laboratory, and is val- wihini halt a block of tie grounids. tiehstemtslctto f
.I~t~eaonOctber,=92 toM hell3 at atmost one tousand dollars. Thse gates will e open at 1:30 1. 11 FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
'1011 NEW ALIL s cntraslly hoatsed and Severat stutdents in tile costituI- and the game willi e calledi at 2:30.
(11111 ro4i111t5-ha 5bee n detolprt-st he~
Irt 11111pl-~s kenctst~- tional law class had a narrow escape Tile tickets for tle U. of 1-te-
moun th111,Ils dancig room eaitg on the ill Siting, TroUlseiIg, Iand 'ncy
,:on lola-. Otict at acldelnl', (Mlssnard-st. from injury hy falling plastering, high gamel in Toledo tomorrow are Sik eangiltleCyId
I 1r5f ,e ednesday afternoon. Atuch cx- in the hads of the directors. The Si ouhpleain snte ityand(
the(tnsTtAaolinAneri -. citenent was caused for a few mo- directors will e on hand at qi
Pt sp inI elegant doses anti mets and the professor in charge col osro son tte call an~d examine. Ie
rIctly puree. Sutdto f~- ost'cok ooro ntinl h
pepaid . e o 1Cia.st his usual calmness amidst the T., A. A. & N. Al. stationl to sup- ke pecaly of
i1,rF GU'TE dcanfe son, excitemeint that followed. That (50 ply all intending to acconpany the Full Dress Suits.
C I~~ne. I njuedNo 2 E. Washington-St. An Arbor.

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