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October 27, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-27

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Crack No. One.

Crack No. Two.

Crack No. Three.

We Have 8 Mandolins We Have 12 Banjos IWe Have 7 Guitars

Often sold at from $10 to $15 each.
We bought them cheap and will sell
them cheap. Your choice for
$7.50.
These Mandolins are not as good as a Wash-
burn or a Ricca, but they are mighty goodl
value for $7.50.

A special lot made up for us by
Fairbanks & Co., which we will sell
at
$8.00
each. These are not Fairbanks Monarch
Banjos, nor are they finished like their $40
Electric, but you never saw better value
for $8.

They are mahogany, concert size,
well finished, guaranteed against
checking, and of perfect scale. For
$8.00.
We offer them, as a drive.
Mark you, we don't claim they are worth
$20.00, but they are dirt cheap at $8.00.

,c Amn Rebolo Organ C. W Ann arbor Organ Co. ! ' , h ! arbor Or ar CO.

General Music Dealer,
51 S. Main St.
Mandolin Strings,
Mandolin Cases,
Mandolin Music.

51 S. Main St.,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Banjo Strings,
Banjo Cases,
Banjo Music.

General Music Dealers,
51 S. Main St.
Guitar Strings,
Guitar Cases,
Guitar Music.

MUSICAL GOODS
AT THE
'STATE STREET MUSIC STORE
Cheaper than anywhere else in
the Country.
BOOKS.
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
. Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate prices at the
'STDITS 13BOOKSTOJRE)
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Note
Books. Specialreductions this week
on K. & E.'s Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALOINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the new
gymnasium. Come and see us. We
are the largest dealers in the city
land our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
,OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000.
Trassacts a geseral basking business.
Foreign exchanges bought and sold. Furnsish
:letters oaccredit.
es. BAC, Prens. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
A. E. MUMMERY'S,
The largest bottle
8 of TOOTH POWDER
in the city for 25c,
and you money back P
if not perfectly satis-
faction at
NEW DRUG STORE.

FLAG PINS $1.50, I C I l .
Yellow and Blue But- US1chaII's D OOSW[
tons 60c.I
With U. of M. or the ORDER YOUR COAL OF
year 75c. M _ S. ~A~BI.ER. Formerly with George Wahr, 19
-.-- OFFICE: 11 W.Washington st.,'Phone No. E. Washington st. Headquarters for
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. YADS: M. . R. R., 'Phone No. 51. everything A Student needs in the
WM.__________S,_Jeweler._ line of Text-Books, Stationery and
LAMPS ! LAMPS ! LAMPS ! Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
Make no mistake. Do you want a lamp? We can show you a great
variety and give you lower prices than any house in this market. THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
An examination of our stock demonstrates that it contains the best 19 E. Washington st., one block
and most improved lamp made. Thirty-three years experience in the east of Main st.
Lamp Business is wcrth something. Buy of us and get the benefit of it.
4 aAN & OOMPANY. L+
44 South Main Street.t

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Geo. Cadwell, '94 lit, is visiting
friends in the city.
Pred Ashton, '94 law, is practicing
his profession in Nebraska.
Miss Mary Duffy, '94 lit, is precep-
tress of the Hancock schools.
The freshmen have made arrange-
ments for a social to be held Nov. 2.
Miss Alice Wadsworth, formerly
with '94, is visiting friends for a few
tdays.,
The sophomore medical class will
hold a meeting Monday for the elec-
tion of officers.
The Glee club will meet for practice
this evening in rooiii 24 at 7 ' oicr.
Let every one be present.
Gibson & Clark will take th' picture
of the Glee and Banjo clubs some
time the beginning of next week.
The senior laws will be quizzed next
week in private international law by
Instructor Smith, at 8 o'clock a. in.
The first lesson in Blackstone for
next week will include the next two
chapters instead of one, as announced
to the first three sections of the junior
law class.
The article on the attendance in yes-
terdays paper should have read "The
number of 'freshmen' registered in

The first dancing party of the "Sum-
mer Dudes" will be held at Gran-
er's Hall, Friday evening, Nov. 7.
Ralph Hartzell, '94 law, is in part-
nership with his brother, a former
U. of M. graduate, in Denver. Col.
It. H. Worden. '94 law, and for-
ierly president of the Glee and Ban-
jo clubs, is visiting friends in the city.
There has been a large number of
reports purchased for the law library
which will soon be placed in the al-
coves for use. They consist mostly of
United States supreme reports and
make a valuable acquisition to the
library.
The senior laws will be quizzed next
week on the first four lectures in "In-
ternational Law." The sections will
recite at 8 o'clock in room 13 as fol-
lows: Sec. 1, Friday; Sec. 2, Wed-
nesday; Sec. 3, Thursday; Sec. 4, Mon-
day; Sec. 5, Tuesday.
Law students who have occasion to
consult the following reports can ob-
tain them upon application at the as-
sistant librarian's table: 5 Am. St.
Rep., 53 N. Y., 40 N. Y., 39 Fed. Rep.,
2 R. I., L. It. 3 1'. & 1)., 10 Am. St.
Rep., 57 An. Dec., 18 Am. Rep., 21
Am. St. Rep., 81 Me., 45 N. J. Eg.,
2 Brad., 125 N. Y.

46 S. MAIN STREET.
Miss Hattie Long,
TEACHER
Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
69 Miller ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Corner Washington st., and
Ashley st.
Rates $2 and $3.
':'-OW:E 123.
LL ScaTk.33LER,
PROPRIETOR.
0G.I.WILD
JUE LEADING JAILOB
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking-for.
'WCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

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