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September 29, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-09-29

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

ThElE
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER

F. C. STEBBINS,
SBL1 * LAON8MN I

TH DNEW
DCCI DENTAL,

PjRE0 $5.
The only High Tirade Otachine onthe
Market sold at a i easonable Prtcer
Simple, Durable; Writing in Sight;
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
51 E Washington st., Ann Arbor, Mich.
FLAG PINS $1.50.
Yellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
With U. of M. or the
year 75c.
- AT-
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
ANN5T l~ ARBOR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
nigh loss and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
-3 S)UT1 T FOURTH AVENUE.
The Daily is edited, pub-
lished and supported by the
students.
BOOK S.
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at ut rate prices at the
sI Nisi BOOKSTORE
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Note
Books. Special reductions this week
on K. & E.'s Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the new
gymnasium. Come and see us. We
are the largest dealers in the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO11
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
MUSICAL GOODS
AT THE
STATE STREET MUSIC STORE
Cheaper than anywhere else in
the Country.
STUDE8NTTS
-THE-
FINEST RESTAURANT
in Ann Arbor is
Gc-LAS~E R'S
Give ita trial. 2 E. Huron St.
STAB STEAM [AVNDRY
HIGH CLASS WORK.
DOWDISH & HOUSE, PROPRIETORS
Office, 32 South State Street.
4&

Will call for and deliver work YPSIL-ATI, MICH.
promptly. SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Students and citizens- hould make this
their headquarters while in Ypsilanti, and I
assure the they will find me, as ever,
20% S. STATE STREET. Most cordially,
W. H. LEWIS, Prop.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRY THE THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ann Arbor, Bich. Capital Stock, X50,000.
Suplu, $150,000.
Organized under the General Itanking Laws
Cor.Stat an Librty ts. of Ohio Stotc. lReceivedoposito, huysanod
Cor. State and Liberty sts. selis exchange on the principal cities of the
E i~Y~ii) ER'[. Pop.United States. lDrofts cooked upon propee
EWAi LEWIS. Prep. idetiictio . Safely deposit boxe I oreot.
Boarders Wanted. OFFIcERs Christian Mack, Pro.; W. 1.
iarrimnoo, Vive-es.; Cha. .1 iiscock,
To keep posted, read the
Daily. Edition today 3,000.

LAMPS5!

LAMPS !

LAMPS !

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.
An examination of our stock demonstrates that it contains the best
and most improved lamp made. Thirty-three years experience in the
Lamp Business is wcrth something. Buy of us and get the benefit of it.
DEAN & COMPAN -
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
C. T. Purdy, '96 lit, will not return
to college as he has a position teach-
log.
W. Corporu, '91 medic, is enjoying a
lively practice at Minnesota Lake,
Minn.
A. J. Tuttle, '92 lit, and one year
with ,93 law, has re-entered the law
department.
E. L. Evans, '95 law, of the Daily
staff, has been appointed clerk of the
new practice court.
Dr. Ames, for some time assistant
professor of history at the U. of M.,
is studying in Europe.
Chas. A. Denison, '94 law, last year
managing editor of the U. of M. Daily,
is practicing law in Chicago.
W. W. Hurd, '94 lit, has received
calls to teach history at the Universi-
ties of Dakota and New Orleans.
A. Weinberg, '94 law, will take a
p. g. course this year. He will also
manage the kindergarten at No. 3
Main.
The first concert of the Choral Union
series will be given Nov. 22 by Seid's
orchestra and Lillian Llauvelt, so-
prano.
Win. E. Bolles, '95 lit, last year
managing editor of Wrinkle, is in tie
coal business in Detloit with L. ;.
tHupp. also '95 lit.
The Adelphi literary society will
hold their first meeting Friday even-
ing, Oct. 5, to make arrangements for
the coming year.
The Woman's League and ladies of
the S. C. A. will hold a reception for
the new college girls this afternoon at
Newberry hall from 4 till 6.
S. W. Curtiss, 92 lit, and formerly
business manager of the Daily was
married to Miss Marguerite Shaw, spe-
cial lit, and also formerly of the Daily
staff, this summer.

J. M. Hollister is coaching at Beloit.
Roger Sherman, '94 lit, who has
played in various positions on the
'Varsity football team in the past three
years, is coaching the football team at
the University of Iowa.
F. H. Willetts, '95 lit, managing ed-
itor of the Inlander. arrived yesterday
morning and is busy at work on the
first number of the Inlander, which
will be issued Monday, October 8.
Services tomorrow at St. Andrew's
Episcopal church (N. Division, head of
Catherine st.) as follows: 7:30 a. n.
morning prayer; 10:30 a. ii. Holy Com-
munion and sermon; 7:30 p. ii. choral
evensong.
The young people of the Episcopal
church will hold a reception for Epis-
copal students on Monday from 4 to 6
and 7 to 9 p. in. in Harris hall. Light
refreshments in the evening. No re-
ception today.
The $10,000 donated to the general
library by irs. Jean Coyl, is to be
invested, and the proceeds to be used
by the library. This will be known as
the "Col. Coyl collection," in honor of
Mrs. Coyl's brother, Col. Win. Coyl.
The attendants at the desk of the
general library for the coming year
are G. D. Jennings, '96 lit, J. E. Laut-
ner, '95 lit, J. F. Thomas. '97 lit, and
H. S. Voorheis, special lit. Those of
the seminary are C. F. Weller, '94 lit,
and Chas H. Covell.
Several changes will be made in the
management of Wrinkle this year.
There wili probably be no managing
editor, but there will be chairmen of
the different departments instead. Its
first number will be issued Tuesday,
October 9, and it will appear fort-
nightly thereafter.
Lewis, Brooks, Cranston, Willard,
Upton and Crosby are coaching the
Harvard football team.

Schallrs Bookstore
Formerly with George Wahr, 1t
E. Washington st. Headquarters foe
everything a Student needs in th
line of Text-Books, Stationery anc
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
A. E. MUMMERY'S,
p .
0
e KEEP YOURSELF NEAT
AND CLEAN.
We will help you with
BHair
To th
c Teth I II
oail uiruu u
o Shoe IU4JIII
Math o
c FINE TOILET SOAPS
AND SPONGES.
I NEW DRUG STORE.
HIAL[E'S
ST(
46 S. MAIN STREET.
WM R. 21'ULzDB
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Corner of State and William sts.,
William st. entrance.
MOORE & W'"^~
6 S. Main st., and E
ner of William s
complete stot
UNIVERSITY TIXI1 OOKS!
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Sapplies,
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc , which
they offer at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
-- I T I) 12 NE G A 0 T ) 0f
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
Choicest Line of Cigars and Tobaccos.
No.3N. Main Street.
T HE
Corner Washington st., and
Ashley st.
Rates $2 and $3.
'PIODTEI 123.
~. 8TAEL,
PROPRIETOR.
G, H. WILD
THE [EADING TAILL
Has the newest Fall and Win
Woolens and largest stock in tht
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
fWdCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., 'nea Main a

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