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October 08, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-08

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THE U. OF
TO THE STUDENTS.
GENTLEMEN:-
We wish to call your particular attention to the fact that our
Stock, as usual, includes a general and complete line of high class
clothing. Young Men's
SUCTITs O-rD r7-RcOLS
made up with all the detail, care and skill which characterizes the
best merchant tailoring work.
Wadhams, Kennedy & Reule.
Ann Arbor Savings BankO. K. BARBER SHOP.
Ann Arbor Mich. Capitni Stock, $50,000,
Snrplus, $150000.nco eti ,
Organized under the General Banking Laws Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
o this.tte..ReceivesD.ep.sits,bnysnnd W Tubs. ROJANOWSKI.
United Stntes. Drafts cashed upon proper
deetitenatien. "Officers CRSINMCPes.t'o4rur g oa l
C w. . CH ARRIMAN, VicePres. i
C. J. i ezAst r isCO ,CashierCealptelelel, $5,e0. Surplo' ( l tnd Prujits, $17,0e.
Does i eneral Banking business. Pays in-
terest oin Saving Deposits. Has safety
Depoisit es f enSet.
R. KEMP't, ies. 1 [ 1. tEt R, Cashier.
Bank oen Saturda evening.
PATRONIZE
OWEN'S BARBER SHOP!
It No. 4 EAST IHtUON STuT .
--ZTH E ARGUS,-.
F ]INE JOB FRIb14I ,
AT LOW PRICES.
A N D A L U. OF M, ENGINEERS.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. How They are Situated in the New
MILLINERY AND ART G.ODS ! Building.
30 East Huron Street,
Although the class room facilities
S HAVE EAR ED AN in the engineering department have
SAtON been greatly enlarged, yet in the
FOR us eoRs- . opinion of Prof. Cooley there will
0 OICTE be no unoccupied apartments this
E A.l S year. The new building and ar-
rangement of class rooms was de-
OpCort Haouse signed by Prof. Cooley himselff,
although the architect was Gordon
W ahr's W. Lloyd, of Detroit. It is a model
of neatness and convenience and

M. DAILY.
THE - TWO - SAMS.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Yolpgals3 $ats,
I(ox I4ats,
si1 Ver~aips Ilats,
AND HODGEMAN'S MACKINTOSHES.
EXQUISITE FURNISHINGS.
PERJ N'S GLOVES.
We wish to annoncO tliat we are going olit of thlie eavd ade
Clothinug lzi"siless and substitute Merchant Tailoring and Fine
Shoes. On account of this change we shall sell all our FINE BOX
OVLI()ATS AND SUITS AT ACTUAL COST. Call and
AT THE TWO SAMS.

engineers are to be congratulated
B K OR upon their new quarters.
The east wing was formerly the
B U U K o * old dental building, which has been
rebuilt and made into class rooms
for drawing. The new west wing is
devoted almost exclusively to recita-
Special Discount ois Law Books, .ion rooms.
Medical, Dental and All University The first floor of the east wing is
Text-Books. The largest I occupied by Professor J. B. Davis
as a lecture room, while the room
above is fitted up with desks and
plT used as a drawing room capable of
UUUJI. ot iaccommodating about sixty persons.
On the first floor of the new wing
in the city for 25 cents. Agent for is Mr. Morley's class room, occupy-
Keuffel & Esser Mathematical Instru- ing the south half of the floor. Just
ments. Under prices on everything. west of this is room a, which, when
completed, will probably be occu-
pied by the Engineering Society.-
The north half of this floor is Prof.
South State Street and Main Street.
(opposite court House). Cooley's room and office.

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On the second floor is to be found
Professor Denison's lecture room,
which occupies the south half. The
rooms on the north side of the hall
are used by Professors Greene and
Wagner. At the head of the stairs
upon the first and second floor, are
to be found two small rooms which
will be used by Professors Greene
and Davis as offices.
The third floor is used by Profes-
sor Denison for a drawing room.
It has about one hundred adjustable
drawing boards, and the two rooms
which occupy this floor can be join-
ed by opening the folding doors in
the center.
The Unity Club.
The Unity Club elected the fol-
lowing officers at its meeting last
evening: President, Arthur J. Ken-
dall; vice-president, Miss Carlotta
Bullis; secretary, Louis G. White-
head; assistant secretary, Charles J.
Harmon; treasurer, Willard C. Gore;
assistant treasurer, Adrian J. Peters.
The reception committee was ap-
pointed as follows: Miss Textor,
chairman; Messrs. Rush, Peckham,
Harmon, Choate, Burton, Misses
Eddy, Colby, Danforth, Crane, and
Puncheon. Music committee, Miss
Volland, chairman; Messrs. Rush,
Zimmerman, and Btilbie, Misses
Cole, J. Eddy, Jones, and May
Taylor. Messrs. Peckham, Har-
mon, and Bush will act as ushers at
the regular meetings.

HasefrCATERER-
S1 E. Washington Street.
The Highest
ol perfecion
in
High C'ass
Tailorinig,
IS EXEMPLIFIED BY OUR
QorrEe Cvening
D rep3p ut5
OUTFITTERS
10, 17, 19 So. Main St.

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