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November 03, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-03

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY;

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M9lINTRa

MEN'S A

SHOE S T
-or-
Every Description!
A LARLIN iE 01F
SEE bURl '114DOW?
BJEAU'S SIIOE STORE,
109 . Main Street. Opposite
rtheCourt louser.
IITR SUITS!
in otl argoe1l1ne of wJintersuits woe
e selected for1ment1ion11h1111 00ur
JO and $1.5.500115it, not because 011ey
111y bether valuenofr1110 price but4
tthey represelnt 00011) 01010stl-
00011 00010 patterns 111a10are
ally showln.
we woultd like 400 to roenember
ays, that we hlave coils from $5.00
i5.oo, which prices are as low if4
ower than you can buy soouclst
where.

4 $10.00
and
4b 1 .}
b4 lbo

9 6tcur "~ , d

by .students fr'oin insttuions (I l ot 1
but11e0(1r' lly Nvill coun~t a11111 oci1 tbc
A.wriein th111' Oisliteno o'v o"ng
S14111ton eGrnd (Concert Company 0111e1
111a1 11he audiencec wOOs011al. t"1(eiO
do 1101bar1(u1 thi a0set1o11110 e1011(1111'(-
001)110 a11 1111box office and 11(0 10110
of itie 11111( punchers15show' l tat11'
audience 0110 exceedingly good. '1h0
followi111g paragraphl, 'howeveor, laheor
from10the0sa11m1(1)10rtic~le otins s01m1
"It m~ighlt be sold Htha1110 enthus-
imass Oa0litle too m010011 10 eo-heN
The averalge concert program0 is loug
enou0gh, and it 15bnothinigless tihanl an
iposition 01(00 theOpart of an au111-
once to doubloe1110 numlber of uelec-
tions by insisting upon soo lany en-
cores.'
Among the Colleges.
Harvard is considering thle formation
of a university Club.
Cornell offero a course in debating
tis year for the first limo.
Yale 'has accepted Harvard's cha1-
lenge for a third annual whist tourna-
mont this year.
Mount Holyoke College new llas an
elective course in journalism, includ-
tog lectures by an experience journal-
1st.
The Associazion IUniversitaria Tor-
Inese has prepared an extensive peti-
tion to the Czar of Russia preying for
the release of university students son-

11h' foam0 of 1t1'e las in 0-11w1hic he is
l'l'-istei-ed. '"1h1' niv'er'ity 11(0121
Shall b o fi11111.tl'n lles .
shol be onsde ame m lb1tr'1of the i'e-
0'r0''oond rsityl b e am (11du'frngtheo
same seson by h manageraner.-
fancl ha eaTm0)11. 10Ahn
tlhe 'vrtyr footba- ll tea. fe o.1
237he 200er 10FodardAe.,eto.
BAGE C O latS FO 4
Prese3,t11-ooartsv.,Dto.
oftheilstofthsneedw
o Chocolates n2,3 Rnd51
Th lh.pcageofts.weekalso
have Lowney's in all sizes
; the same as hefore,
6o Cents a Pouud.
CALKINS' " PHARMACY.

Stud~ts L~ fre ssociation,
Single admissions wilbe sold for each entertninmnt as follows.

Nansen's Lecture
Sousa, and His Band
Gov. Robert L. Taylor..
Six Other Numbers------

-$1.00 Reserved Seat --_
-1,00 Reserved Beat-
-.75 Reserved Seat - -_
- .75 Reserved Sea---

$1.50
- 1.50
- 1.00
- .75

SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY SECURING A SEASON TICKET.

Season Tickets,

$12.00

Season Tickets Reserved, [Extra] ,50
THIS COLD, DAMP, ATMOSPHERE IS AN INDICATOR; INDICATING THAT
YOU SHOULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE THE' NECESSARY
CLOTHING, BE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHES, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, REYER & CO.,

201 and 203 South Main Street.

Ann Arbor, rlich

BLACK EMERALD KID-$4.oo
Huandreds of orescont them the best, the easiest, the dressiest shoes they can
get. We know they are thoroughly gsod-any shoe approaching their quality are
$1.00 tn $1.10 more. Every stroke of work on them is done hy hands skilled with
best shoemraking. Toes of two shapes. Winter weights, double soles, 11.00.
V i(1 J. APR ILL,
119 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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