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October 11, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-11

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

TO THE STUDENTS.

WE ARE AGENTS FOR

GENTLEMALEN:- I li ag 3f ts
We wish to call your particular attention to the fact that ou ,Sid VerqIaIR's$a s
Stocik, as usual, includes a general and complete line of high class
cltig oug\e' ANt) ILODGEMIAN'S MACKINTOSlIES.
EXQUISITE FURNISHIINGS. PERRI1IN"S GLOVES.
We wish to announce that we are going out ot the Read}' Made
made up with all the dletail, care and skill. whdch characterizes thej Clothing Business and substitute Merchant Tailoring and Fine
bestmercanttailrin wor. iShoes. On account of this change we shall sell all our FINE BOX
bes uerhat aiorngwok.OVERCOATS ANI) SUITS AT ACTUAL COST. Call and
exanisne.
Wadhams, Kennedy & Reule.e. AT THE TWO" SAMS.

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Ann Arbor Savings Bank
AnntiArbsr Mitch. Capsital Stock,$50s,000,
hSrplus, $50,000.
Organiedsunde the Genteral aahisg bas
of this state. RteceieissDeposits, busys ansd
sells exctsasge ontt he pinct5t5551cities sf the
Unitest Cates. Draftascashed ussnspsoere
dentiicesato. Officers:
CRItsttItt sets, Pres.,
WI. D. HIi MAt N, Vicetres.
AT .FRTA st sie. .issttCste.
If

PATRONIZE
OWEN'S BARBER SHOP! $ - ATIP. 1AST1rR18irir CI I M 'sU dew a

--sTHlE AROUS-.
AT LOstSPRItCES.
FTN TSCHLETR, }
l'o()tlNsliItt tN SiNOitD UROtN sTe,-.

OIN SATtURDAY, (OCT OLEt,1.5.

.wAGER&co.,

-Tailors a:- itc nishers.

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(6P GIBSON,
PIOTOGRAPIIR
IRANDALL NO. 12 W. HURON ST.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS,
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS ! OLDEST IN THE LAND.
30 East Haeon Streets, Cantinuiedi feamcleat page.
been met by funds raised by the S.
S HAVE EARNED AN C. A. This year they have agreed
ENVIABLE toraise fvehudrd olar wic
H RsEeeeteAtIN tfie.~.. rddlas hc
FOtsRs uss 23 viss. will be applied to tome other de-
0 YOURi TRADE partment of missionary work.
ESo Last year a series of ten lectures
AD'Sr 1rS by meusbers of the faculty, after
.S Opp,Caart Haast. being delivered at chapel, were pub-
ished. This met with such great
W / ahr's success, that arrangemeuts arc being
tae or a similar eourse after the
R - In January the association intends
fl A I U L to celebrate its thirty-fifth anniver-
B ~j0 K~ 1~ j ~.sary. Alice Freeman Palmer has
promised to attend and deliver an
_____address. Other prominent alumni
will be here and the occasion prom-
Specal iscont n La Boksises to prove an epoch in association
Medical, Deistal and All University hsoy
text-Books. The largest I ANNOUNCEMENTS.
j D The Illinois Republican club will
t ti flonito' Alnton Dnnl (meet Wednesday nighst in law build-

G'LU TDPOPERA.1C aJSE ;O. K. BARBER SHOP.
lit ON NihT. Fine Shower ]Baths, New Porelain
Thursday, October 13th. Tubs.
V I- Ei. l an' STs rPIIEN'S S5 III
Comay of Camedians, SRnDhe ightestof till 'I tp m ME and fl0all , 1.
Masical Comedsies, -
M LRIY(IM Captat, $60,000ls. Surptus andiProist, $17,00.
Do -sSses a genealiBaaking tsinisess. Py n
terest anSs avintg Deposits. Has safety
FatiacfvFaadMastc. Go ane!Splten-R KMFPes . H ELECashier.
did Singinsg! Laaghabsle Situsatians! IDaringi Bank sasa Saturdayeening.
the thied ass the SerpeRtine iD~acewill he eat- ___________________
sated Dy erace Haunter. Reseeved Seats aaw
onR sate at Pastafflece News Stand. C A' RR
Feloes, - - - 35c, 5co, and 75c. Hanrfl~r1C, ~ Wsig~ee
The Choral Union meets Tuesday - _______ _____
evening. All old members are re-
quested to be present, otherwise 'T he H ighept
seats will be declared vacant.J
95s FOOTtAL.-Let every man D g e

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whoincan play had in iis inamiei
once to Captain Hoit and appear
daily on the campus at 4 p. mn. 1t
is desired to have two practice team
if enoughs players appear. Team
training atnd practice ganies will be-
gin inmmediately.
FR.ANK lRI:SCnOc, Manager.
A.THsLETIC BOARD odsoil its regiu-
lar monthly meetinig Tuesday at 6:45
p. mn. in Room 9, opposite Treasur-
er's office- 5- C. SPITZERc, Pres.
S-at.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
PAsRL & STE5555NS COMEIDY CO)MPANY,
'TiiU5SDAY N'sVENING.
"A Merry Time' is thn title of a
stew musical coinedy writtens for Earl
& Stephens andh their comspany of com-
edianss. 'rTe aetioni of tlse play is very
lively and will please all anid oftend
nionse. The music throughosit is ex-
ellenst, the bast parts beinsg esbeeially
composed for this company, and it is
doubtful if this attraction has ant
equal froms a musieal standpoisnt. The
eomedy part is of a crisp, cleanisoener
that never ftails to attraet the attest-
tions of the theatre-going psiblic. The
compansy is headed by henry Earl ands
Raymond Stephenis, who hitherto have
beets associated with etomedy atis
operatic work of the first order. They
are cleverly supportedl by Kitty Mtar-
eellsss, Nellie Dusnbar, Jenniie Wylie,
Grace IHuntter, (serpentinse sdancer),
Edwardl Raphatel, Fred lDe Noe ands
others of eqtual ability.

tr of perf edioi
in
H1gh Class
Tailoring,
IS EXEMPLIFIED BY OUR
QorrEQt Cvening
Dreps suits,
tlooisiioorl &Sols),
OUTFITTER St
10, 17, 19 So. MtSain St.

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llMM H O Run!QANNOUNCEMEiNT. - Thse Illinois
Republican club will meet for orga-
itt the city for 2-5 cenits. Agenst for nization in the law quiz room,
Keuffel & Esser Mathematical Instru- I Wednesday evening at 7:30. All
ments. Under priees on everythinig. republican students from Illinois
are urgently reqluested to be present
-'-'--'as business of insportance to all will
STORIEIS: be discussed.
South State Street and Main Street. C. A. D Nsooe, Vice-Pres.
oppasite Caart Hasse). 9-2t L. G. GRUN Dv, Secretary.

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