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November 20, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-11-20

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TH E U. OFM. DAILY.
rT HTiP F. C. STEBBINTS, THE NEWs Schalter's Bookstore!
CRANDALL TYPEWIE0C DEII L orelwthGrg
_''V %10 LINIIVMAN 1 FrmTAIithGeore______ 1
' L1UIt~fI . Washington et. Headquarters for
YPSILANTI1, MICH. everything a Student needs in the
$ __ i.ftlling ('cipoil books goo(l / line of Text-Rooks, Stationery and
for$11for~2.5O. SUNDAY1 DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK. Miscellaneous Stock in general.
biadstiMARTIN SCHA&LLER,
- S~~ATISFACTION GUARANTEEDter eduatr wiei pilatnTHE DOWNTOWN BOOKSELLER,
t irsui etheinthey will find me, as r, !
-itcrtsly 19 E. Washington st., one b~lock
} I i,. vllil SItkIII.I W. H. LEWIS, Prop. east of Main st.
:PF IC) I$S0- DROP IN AND LOOK AT
'3 e oty ighTHEaWeiTELY EXERonSERe EMIL DREFS, A. E. MUMMERY'S,
:MresodattRaoalPrc TH WHT L EX R IE , S'}i14Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight; t as oeulotie fa onl cyt7)Praet Ain et ntnl asuifrcxr rntaiul l t r lh11Iw h d&- jjIJlmla l The largest bottle
Pem nn lgm n ntn l s. It1is.niseless, haSelf-adjustngIet 1;_4I
Changeable Type. nt ttttt of frontt2tto 65(itbsi Ind1 rsedlbyithey
PE R ,Agn, aditig ,ttlilttent ofIthe-tay. Allpat a- esetIeftrtttctt oittbtlt etirpeNewtYolk U of TOOTH POWDER
' Ft-itisttAtsttt ott sale by R. L. BLOB N T, 14 N. u i the city for 25ce___________ tglstAtt~-ti.h l~- aetd' 0
-- FLAG PINS* $1,50. - CO. THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK0 and your money back S~
Yellow and Blue But- STEM LAUNDRY C.AiiS.M auratchluQ J1 00nt ereclysai ,
r+ MitUo___o te ft is-State. Receites. depitiits, btyy-. nitgy
With U.of M. r thells in- ont he prii nclit patt tl cities oftthe
year 75c. E. S. SERVISS, Manager, Utitid Stlates.Drt c hed upoi n 1 prope1r011 W I
At .11i-i<trtTI-l ICIURTiI AVI NtI I CERS ittfttiitii styttia i ct, Pf V. ). NEW DRUG STORE.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Oeerpatin ia, tlit -l-tbtti Ca.Ibtcl it-.o
--To keep posted, read the Csietr; Al. J. Fiig Assstn tshietr,
Daily. The Daily $2.50ayear. ~IE[R
tORDtER tYO tR OAL,,of A NOVELTY IN (
OrIier llWia'-hiltgtstt.t,'PhoeIttNo4.AI S RE T
YARDSn'M. C Rlii., 'iPtose No.51, a h46SNANTET
The fatuoustt-;star &CrescentBath Robes MOE&WTOR
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S LEADING COLLEGE 'STRIPE S G' i S. Maiti st. and State St.,cr
Scoo of Dancng and Deisarte. OttilitvyFiipirbl. Matte uitier cur "t no ir of William st. hav e a
haturdaty, 1-in., (genttittemanis tinrcttte-la-n i'ile" titleit. Price, inifine cottots terryI Coniplete shockof
7:3 ti p. i . til ed Ctlassts L i es'7y intise.wool terry, $io. IDeliv-ered
and CyhiluAils a d (In II, tirSfree. Returnable if tttsatisfactory. If 1 ,( T X Ho k
Tuesdty. 7:30 l),.,Bginesit l as s (aienot foutid at your dealers', send to us 1Y Ia hI PxlI~ I[eI BOOK
ai1i1tlnci ieutiouinscoilegeaitdeticiosiit'rrice. li U JJ
SCHOOL, 46 S. STATE ST. STA &ESaCEI5~NT MILLS CO., Philaida.,Pa New and Second Hand.
BO O K S*____________________________;_______-NateBios and titt eeeStudettts' Spites-
1() I I, LAMPS t LAMPS ! LAMPS tsintatteitteySatingGoo',est hc

Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate prices at the
ST[JPF1r1NI3 BOOKSTO:RE)
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Note
Books. Special reductions this week
on K. & Es Drawing Instruments.
We have the hest.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING

' Make tin mistake. Do you want a latmp? We caiishiowv you a great
variety and give you lower prices thain any house in this market.
An examination of our stock demnonstrates that it contains the best
and most improved lamp Inade. Thirty-thlree years experience in the
Lamp Business is wcrthi something. Ruy of us and get the benefit of it.

:D1. J~l& oocT'P,AN-m

44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Several new sthadle treshiavt bet'n
set soit around btie Igyinittitl.
The juiior law stuentus ini the first
section were irequtired to pass ini their
inoteotooks 1111Pbef.triffins leture's
for inspettiniafte yeterdays lec-
tuire.

Thus. 1). (tilberi. of (randlRapidls,
re-genitetCftsoUniversity froti1,803lto l
Novt. 17.S
Stevral (Oberlin sttudt'etclleditIt
P~residlent Angtlls oftce Saturday fur
informattion ini tegardito f tleriig hgeii
liiversily iiext y-iar.
This first law arurenuts will take
placetomutorrow lafternooin in roomtti1I
antd 12, before Profs. Thiompison antd

oituCnriri 'enus tot itte- -ItS

gymnasium. Come and see us. We The runiniig track intihel gyilina-
aie the largest dealers in the city slum is tiow coml~etedilnhull l sit
rind our prices are tile lowest.
a fine appearacee. Thle placiiig of the

SHEEHAN & CO.1
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANIN ARBOR.
Otrganizbed 1t63.
Capital, $i00,000. Surplusssnd Frofits,140,000.
Iretntiets a genteral hanking husiness.
toreigs exchangesauoughtand sold. Furnh
lethers ioi creuit.
'. liAtil, lres. S W CLARKSON, Cashier.
Miss Hattie Long,
Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
6t9.Miller eve., Ann Arbor, Rich.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
On Watches, Jewelry, tilamonds and ehattel
msrt,,agco as collateral. tDiamonsds height
,ansd sold. Wiatches and Jewelry nicely re-
paired Office at my residence, 3:3E. Liberty
st.,.clty, Iburs:to 1a.lm., l to 3andttato
J?. J. C. WATTS.

arc lamb~s is abeut all thlat uew re-
mains o be dtie. lg She heatring of hew arguentns

Call and see us before purchasing.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
'CRY THE
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cor. State and Liberty sts.
EDWARD LEWIS, Froit.
BoasrderstWaned.
THuE
ArmriicaD Wouse
Corner Washington St., alnd
Ashley St.
Rate. $2 and $3.
'JSUS10EOD t123.
29. STAE3LE.,
PPIETO9.
0-." H. r!W IL.1.tD
IDE LEAOING TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
JW CORE AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main St.

Last week n valuable ove-rcottlaud
hat belongitig to different tparties wee
stolen from tile law library. 'the
owners susi~itonlthe giuilty arlies
and if they do not immedliate-ly re-
store- She stolen artic-le-s, they will
-ae prosecuted.
'Wiseonsins defealte-d Minmesotta be-
fore a crowd of 3,000 at Madison on
Saturday, by it score of 6-0. Ktarel
trade the only touchdownl by a forty
yards run, eleven minutes tatter the
beginning of the second half. With

throughout the ye-ar.
Saturday's Football.
Saturday's genies wee:1-tuisyl-
vrauiat6, Cornell 0. Witllh ms* 34, Am-
herst 10; Browvn 42, iosvtloin 0(; Chli-
eago A. A. 24, Alleghe'nv A. A. f0: At-
bion 30, IHillsdale 1It; 11itth .Medie-al
28, Grinnell it;. Wiscoilsili6 Itmittesota
0; ttlrllue 22, Illinois 2; Nebralskae 12,
Katisas 6; Normal 18, 'MRiiin A. A.
6; Detroit H. S. 30; Anit Arbor II.

characteristic assuirance, Wisconsin ________
now claims the chiampioniship of the John Clarkson will coach the Har-
west- ward baseball team during the winter.

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