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October 18, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-18

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THE ITU. OF M. DAILY.
T-EF. C. STEBBINS, THaE NEWTVaI~ okso
CRANDAITYPEWBIER DCC DENTA Formerly with George Wahr, 19
~ BEIABL[% L4INDIIMANE. Washingrton st. Headquarters for
I PSILAN 'IT HIGH. everything a. Student needs in the
Is oilling eopllliookis giod line of Text-Books, Stationery and
for$8orr$2.,50. SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 OLOCK, Miscellaneous Stock in general.
___ __ MARTIN SCHALLER,
SA IF CIN G A A TE .their licaidynarit(i.while in Ypslanti, andrurr
SATISACTIO GURNED tdii e iies hsdeae THE DOWN-TON UBOKSLLERI,
:,.__ "ietstoidial y, l9E. Washington st., one hlock
-0 'l iI' . LATS i'hELT. WA. H. LEWIS, Prop. east of Alain st.
1=1_a =OZES$50O --
The nly iig tirde Naelioc nSchool ® of Music -1(? A. E. MUMMERY'S,
'Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight; s (Frieze Memorial Hall). KEEP YOURSELF NEAT
Permanent ATypenI;tJnstantW8,'' PrtM'' WeAND CLEAN.
PI M Wewill help yo with ~
J. S. PEARL, Agent, Is
iiEW~iiiui i ii ise di.A.N EVENING 4' + ~t ooflL.ai
Iril'Is+ + IN SORCERY so fse EaSGT=O NIII- u i IiJIU
1'w ATFINE'TTTOILET SOAPS
IYIIMR. AIN S BA ...ND SPONGES.
MAGIC. MIRTH. MYSTERY.~ NEW DRUG STORE.
6i ii EIALLE JEYV[LBY0C
0o

FLAG PINS
Yellow and
tons 60c.
With U. of
year '75e.
WM. ARNOLD' S,

J~IJOVNYVN MKWS-TIOI AENY 46 S. MAIN STREET.
$1.50, Sweaters to measure, all colors, woolen, $3. Sex, all wool, fast colors, 12.1i11c. MOIORE & WETMORE
Linen Shirts, made to measure, 75c. Tailor Made Suits, 6 S. Main st., and State st., cur-
Blue But- no Dr of William st., hav~e a
25 per cent under Ann Arbor prices, complete stock of
Mor the Akvoid johhers, and wholesalers irofits. Suits $10, $12, $15, $16, ONIYEBSI I[XI BOOKS
made t order. OFFICE, STATEST MUSIC STORE.
Jeweler. LAMPS ! LAMPS ! LAMPS ! New and Second Hand.

Make ru mist,
-' " variety and giveS
.--- ..' An examinati+

Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate prices at the
srri rs, 1301S {RE
STATE STREET.
Blargains in Stationery and Note
Books. "-pecial red uctions this week
on K. & Es :Drawing Iinstrumtents.
We have the hest.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
arid Sportiiig Goods for the iiew
gymunasiumo. Coins and see us. We
are the largest dealers in the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN &CO.,
WVholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBtOR~.
O rgaizecdl18s.
Capital,$100,t00. :surptlus asdoitels, 640,000.
Transacts agenccral btotinbu iness.
Foretgi ex~changies bousghtansdi. Furnih
letters of credit.
11. ItAti, Pros. S. W. C.LAIII(5N, Cashier.
22 Years in the Business.-"'ii '

aiid most improc
Tamip Busiiiess is
44 South Mai:

take. D~o you want a lump? We caii showv you a, great
-ou lower prices titan any house its this tmarket.
oii of our stock demonstrates thtat it conitains thie best
ved laI tr ade. Thirty-three years experieince int the
wcrtht somnething. Buy of us antt get the henefit of it.
ZEiAZN &COMkZPANT._
in Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. tustructor D~wycr will examine in
"itiyPlcading" till tose settioir
tt.1. Sititisi, of tDctroit, '19.5 det,Eut laws sillft before the closs of thie
htas returnted. _

Dr. 1.ictty cwillqtit heltcfrcshtmten
idents its chemtistry aitnit at )I a. iti.
Fridaty.
'ill'eimitmbers of tthe'jutniotrl,clauss
have stibscribedl *5t tosctrds fitting
outt the lacbss foottall te.
An ltlctlionlof t iie' prcsiiettwill
lie hcldl vattetbusinetss metiting of Ithei
l'htitueerittg Society tomsorrow ev en-
inig All memibiters tie requieistedi to
C'andtidatess for the setnior law fisot-
ball teamil are requecstedi to hanthlieir
nameslto 101. i1. Gatstont atnllapisear
oil Ills campust5for tpractice tis afte'r-
nloont at 3:30.
S Thes' U. of M. Pitilog;isal Society
will hlthtte prelimlinalry-ssestitng for
the' election of officers atnd other bets-
;. se attOr-iiT 55T.iii-,,ei3z T 1

take tplace on Satturday, Ocet. 27.
Prof. Kntowltotn will mleet ilhs stit-
denlts who halve itot comptedli their
exatmlinaltionls for aidvanlcedit sanintg
its thes law idepairtmleut at 3 o'1lo1k
this afti'rnoion in roomi 11, lace' build-
The jutntiior laws tmeet for practici
at 11 o'i'lock on thtei'attss ve-ry
mlornling uless otherwise antnoutced
on the lawe bulletin board. All tusti-
bet's of thtat class whlo cltn are tirged
to c0111 out anti heilp their dlecein.
file;jotniors will be quizzed nextf
sreek on thtetleitutres ott "Fixturies sind
Elaseuilellt" lat 1Tio'clock, iti roos13.
'Ill sectionls will recite as folltows:
Sec. ', Tulesday; Sec. 1, lFriday; Sec.
. Wedneeslay; Sec. 4. Thtursday3; Sc
F, ridlay.
The freestitait football teaml will
play the Annl Artor Hight School
',leveni at the fair grounds as sooti
after 4 o'clock as possible this after-
nooti. Thte totices of thtis game for
other dates that liave appeared in the
te Daily wvere erroneous. Adnmis-
slom will be free.

Neo te~ Bosoild ether Stitdeets' Supplies,
Flee Stationery. 5portls ittiiods, oeeltcich
they slier at the Liieest Irises.
Call and see us before purchasing.
MUSICAL GOODS
AT THlE
STATE SIREET MUSIC STORE
Cheaper thlan anywhere else in
thse Country.
Cortner XWashington st., atnd
R at1ev $2 and $3.
;1:POD47Bi123.
21. STA.E3LER,
PRsOPRuIETOR.
G.1.liWILD
TOE LEADING TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
W"COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington at., near Main at.

CITV fAUNtet'.r l 13 yOct. 18, 7:311 p. it.
Cii L UN RY Sievieralmemubers of tile Etngineerinlg
Society will give descritptions of Camp
M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave. Leland and oter things couttected
'I ' IIE~ + iL-.A~ILL1 with thte trip ini roomn 10 of thle ought-
Represents Every Department erring building .-at581p. in., Friday,
of the University. Oct. 19. The vice president will be
$2.50 PER YEAR. elected at the same mseeting.

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