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October 29, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-29

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Crack No. One.

Crack No. Two.

Crack No. Three.

We Have 8 Mandolins1 We Have 12 Banjosj We Have 7 Guitars

Often sold at from $10 to $15 each.
Me bluht theni cheap and will sell
them cheap. Your choice for
$7.50
These Mandolins are not as goodl as a W'ash-
1)010 or a Ricca, hout they are mighty gooil
value for x:7.50.

A special lot made ups for us by
Fairbanks & Co., which we will sell
lit
$8.'00
each. These are not Fairbanks Monarch
Banjos, nor are they finished like their,$40
Electric, but you never sawelbetter value
for $8.

They are mahogany, concert size,
well finished, guaranteed against
checking, and of perfect scale. For
aWe oer them, as a drive.
Mark you, we don't claim they lire worth
$20.001 hut they are dirt cheap lit $8.00.
~ ~bor OCo a
Grenerail Music Dealers,
51 S. Main St.
C 'uitar Strings,
(Guitair Cases,
Gruitar Music.

I? ! q lic ViC Ann Rebor Af

Gienerail Miisic lDealer,
51 S. Main St.
Mandolin Strings,
Mandolin Cases,
Mandolin Music.

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

Banjo Strings,
Banjo Cases,
Banjo Music.

MUSICAL GOODS . FLAG PINS $I.50.
tons 60c. II..ShI~s Bookstore!
AT! ! TRIEMYellO IWih o M.ndrBl e ODBut- CALO
year 75c. 1_zS S'.A 3 LiJR. Formerly with George Wahr, 19
Chape thIR[ we i Tre i thuno . OrF ICE: 1 W ;ahitoyjjsP os o8E. Washington st. Headquarters for
Chepe tan nyhee lsein--~-YARDS: M. C, R. 1R., 'Phone NC. 51 everything a Student needs in the
the Conntry. WAM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. line of Text-Books, Statioinery and
B 'LAMPS ! LAMPS ! LAMPS ! Miscellaneous Stock in general.
haike n mistake. o you want a laump? We can sinue you a<<grs-at MRISCAL ,
'WOM' variety aiid give you lower prices thaii any ionic in this market. THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
Second Hand Books, An examination of our stock demonstrates that it contais I h bet 1 ahntnS. n lc
College Text Books, and most improved lamp made. Thirty-three years exp erience in the east of Main it.
Law Books, Lamp Business is wcrth something. Buy of us and get the benefit sot it.
Meia ok, 44 South Main DStreet. AN H IALL[R"S + IEW[LRY

at cut rate prices at tue I
Sill W\jANTS' BOKTORE'j
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Note
Books. special reductions thisweek
on K. & E s Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALOINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the new
gymnuasium. Come and see us. We
ats the largest dealers in the city1
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & 0O19
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARtBOR.
Organized i8i3.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profilia,940,000.
Trsnsacts a general bankisg business.
Fereig" exchanges hought and sold. Fusrsisii
letters of credit.
P. BACH, Pres. S. W. CLARKOSON, Cashier.
v A. E. MUMMERY' S,
S The largest bottle
Sof TOOTH POWDER
in the city for 25c,
Sand your money back
{factory at
t__MEW DRUG STORE.Dal

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
!Wrintli' will Nt uit tomsorrow.
A. L. Hlubbard, '194 lit, is traviling in
E'urotle. I
TShe Chloraol Union chorus niow n11111-I
bees os-er 30(0 menmbers.
J. A. _Me~nade, '93 stenO, is pralctie-
lug his profession ait Philaunder, Wis.
Yestierdasy's !Tribune hail a very good
wvrite' up of heliiWate~rmsan Gtinli-
siusm.
W. A. (larisgier. '93l lit unit'1)4 law,
is now withi Moran, K~rausi' & 'Mayer.
Cicula-0.
Dr. Haidle, ieiiber of the dentls
faculty is iakhsg p.g. work 15t ihe
I'niversity.
TShe Ann Arbor Ii. S. defeated the
Detroit 14.. at thue fair grounds Sat-
urday, 18-4.
Dr. NW. H. Vandenlan, assistant in
the School of Dentistry, is takinigis.g.
wvork at the University.
W. WX. Wedeiniyer. 't94 lit and 1)3
law, spoke before the Rtepublicanis at
Superior last Saturiday evening.
Fred ?Morley, last year instructor iin
topographical surveying is now pro-
fessor of (leodesy and surveying at
Purdue.
Prof. Trueblood's class in Shakes-
peialrean Iteainlgs wvill give a portion
of Scene I, Act It, of Talus Caesar
during the coning week.

Yalfe eleareid $11,881) on feotball last ST O~
year aind $1.1' on basetball. 4 .M I TET
Don; Morrison, '1In law, is tiraclleint 65 AI TET
his pronfessionl in l'hieai-o. MisS Hattie Long,
Alva Trueldi. 117lit, is einggedin TEACHERi
bnsues itAlegli-iy iill. Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
businss a Alleheny Penn569Sillier ave., Ass Aror, Mitch. ?

his. Arneil. '914nmedie. has a flosirisli-
lug business in los Angielos, Oat.
In the tennis tourniaimeintSaiturdlay,
14. Preseutt woii secondslasecin lie
first elass, idefe-ating Bennett6-,-.
Oniiaeeousnt of the stringesstrigula-
tiosis aidopted by the faculty of Baker
University in regard to fosotball seven
members of last years teami ise now
aittemiting lOtlls a College.
.. CTravis. '04 la-%whwlihassbeien
iii townifrethe past iionsthiwindiing
sip the buineiss cosnneeted swithi ihe
secretairysipu of the Amieriecsn Repub-
lican Cnllegi- league, will leavie Ibis
week toe his house at LasPorte, Iut.
tHe experts to settle in the wvest.
At the si-niur iedic imeetisng ielid
Saturdasy mornsing. the following otti-
eers w'ire- elected: Presisdent, Mr.
Haize; vice presidlent, Miss Knott; see-
retary, MIr. Mtartindale; treassirer. Mr.
Johnson; historiani, Mr. Lucaus; orator.
John lRngers; ipoet, Mr. Zeigler, umar-
sheal, Carl Worden; prophet, AL. Gleg-
Steen. Motions were made concerning
ithe advisability of holding snore so-
cials antd also to select a class photog-
rapher soon.

Cornser Washington st., and
Ashley st.
lRates $2 and $3.
':P1-10 VM 123-
MZ. ST&E3LER,
PREOPRETOR5.
G. -. +. WIElD
T E L A I Has the newest Fall amid Winter
Woolens amid largest stork 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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