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October 28, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-28

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
TO THE, STUDENTS. _ UNDERWEAR.
GENTLEMEN:-
AT THlE TWO SAMS. Elegant line of Underwear at; FIFTY
We wishn to (all .our particular attention to the fact that our I ,
Stock., as usual, includes a general and~ complete line of high class CEN4TS. Better grade at SEVENTY-FIVE CENT . _S.
cloting. Young Men's All grades of Underwear in line Silk, Wool, Xl (rnt and ]3a1-
S7IT ..IT. ' briggan.
itade up with all the detail, care and skill wicli claracterizes the Sole agenits for The Joras lhygiennic Underwear.
best nichlant tailoringt work.

Wadhams, Kennedy & Reule.

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Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arbor Mti. Capita1 Stock, $i0,000,
Organized underthCitGenerai aanking Lates
of this state. tRcceives Deoists, bss and
sels exchange onttheepricipal cities at the
United States. Drtes cashed acon praoe
ietticttittt. Oticercs:
CHRItS~TANMACK, Ires.,
«. D. H.RRs9ss.Site Pres.,
ins. FE.ItIsctnmn.Cashier-.
i1.l Fi tttt Acst.ittastr
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS,
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS !
i0s tHrn Siret,
S Iass - EAtNEttAN
HRsEte11AtON
8 0 -rtt TRAtt.
E Al, ylr& o
SOppCaurtiHcuse
W ahrs
Spccial IDisctutt ont Law Kooks,
Miedictat, Detttalattd Atll iUiversity
Tsxt-liuuks. The largest
SIldOlS' Nob Book!
itt tthe city for 25 cenits. Agent fur
Keuftel & Easer Mathemaatical Instru-
ments. 1-eder prices eta everything.
SWTOILSS
South State Street and. Main Street.
(opposiete Couet Hattie).

OWEN'S PATRONIZE BRE SHOP! SPECJIAL $AT4.--For One Week!I
Nst. 4I ASsilttT H RN Sstsst.
--t-THE A RGU S.s- ITR U E
AT LOW P 1-it. October 22-29. W AGNFP & CO., Tailors.
RENTSC:HLER, GIBSON, 10. K. BARBER SHOP.
hoto gr p e ,Fine Shower B ~hNe-tiePoreelain
201; AS HIS HO SOtssE s afgeneessi lItattiing btasittosa.Pays itt-
tiiON CTY LAUNDRIY, scessttSing Dep osits. Hts saeaty
GodW o trk tGuara ted.iottscan e dr-tepscosi Boxes foriRent.
aneierd _.F.CV R._rp . .SaolN .4 .F uthS. i. KMP + Pes . F 1 i1E R Cahier
riuns Dunces. ccci of pharmacy, has enteredl the
Te track athletic commntnittee of freshmatn class of te tmedical tie- Goodspee d& Son s.,
Sihs Atletic so ciationhda i mti t--partieti. tie spnent te past year

lag last evening at whiicht arrange-
ments for ieldl tin were perfected.
Many enres its additioin to tinose
givet inittesterdtay's lDst cv seere re-
portest,Stsinsisritng the sticcess of
tine evcent. Tlie runs and dashes all
sent to lie utnsually full, hut tine
husrdie races svere dropped otn ac-
coutit oifte smtall numiber of entries
for thnem. Collins' ibatndl will btint
atietnidatice to enlisen tite scette witit
mutsic. 1Leetts commsetice at a2:;0.
The prizes offered swili he as tel-
loses:
sOc yards dash-Shoes, presentedt
by Seyler d Son.
22c vardn dasht-Snmoking set, by
Wrigilt, Kay & Co.
Statnding high jumnp-z z dozen
cabittet photos, by Gibson.
tOne tmile bicyce- Lanternt, by
It. J. Droton.
4.0yardis rtun-Alacaulay'osvorks,
by Mloore & Wetmore.
Ptutting az6-poutndtshot-Youmnnat
or Knot Itat, by Tsso Sams. j
Hot yarids rutt-z t2 do-en phnotos,
by Ratndall.
Two mile bicycle race- Lantern,
by A. Wilsey.
tuning broad jump-Books, by
Geo. Wahr.
Pole vatult-Books, by Sheehan&
Co.

ats a mning chentist ini northernl
Michsigan.-
Mir. iovett, secretary- oi the isra-
torical assocations wiil be in Siecre-
tary WNade's office tomoirrows, frotm
9 to to, with tickets for emenbers of
She association sowsish to attesnd
te etertinmnttilomnorrowes-en -
mug.
Thte Oratorical associain mnet
last evetnitng in rioton 24. A large
mnajority of te nmembers svere pres-
ent. Fer teibetnefit of the new
mlemlbers te consitittin was read
by Mr. Park, secretary. A mnotioti
was mnadeiby Irof. Truteblood, Sinai
750 copies of te constiitutiotn be
printed.
ThteIP. (G. lasws have elecctd olfi-
cers for the elnsuing year, as follosws:
C. A. Eberley, president; G(A
Thomnpson, first vice-presdent; scc
onid vice-president, Cotullon, secre-
lacy; Kennedy, treasurer; Mason,
marshnal; 'Trook, orator; J. J.Alit
rids, valedictorian, Webb, podt
Wells, lisorian; SheldonittropineS.
[rTne comm~nittee on class catnes swil
be prepared to niake a report -at te
95 class meeting tomorrow. It to
hnoped Sinai the sophomores wtll all
turn out so that a raise cit be se-
lected that siul salt the majority of
tine class.

TAILORS.

I B PfItiII US
lIN E
X1 O) LENS.
19 5. Main.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
SHOES.
SEE nui, NEW GRAZE.
TAN CALsiBusCES-u.s
FULocIN-m ci
NORMAN & SiINNETTS
SONSi- HOu E Stut.
17 5. Main.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
HATTERS
AND~
FURNISHERS.
Sole- Agetuts fur tile ''Millet-
tla." Fine Lte of
Al ackin toslies.
15 S. Main.

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