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October 20, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during 1ie}1iii'in the' ltbtirooiebfi (le to-
the Coiiege year, at shill) iast yrear, is now eiiged'ias a
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. i'beilist withi Parki', Djavis & cIo., of
OrrICE: Times buiidieg, 1329 S. Mini St. be- Det rat.
tweea Liberty and Wiliiua Sta._________
MVIANAGING EDITOR Pour Year Pharmacy Course.
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SHOES T
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----__ Every Description!
o A LARGE tINE OF
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BEAL'S SIOE STORE,
- 10'9 N.Man Street. Opposite
' the Court Rouse.

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HEAVY WEIGHT
FANCY BACI(
COVERT COATS
A roghdescrip-
tioneetStrappedeatms,
wide facnngs editesd
w\sith satini, satino
l shuldesheldo
fancy plaid
whlich constitutes
thbails of the coy-
etcloth. As to
the appearance iof
these coats swe're-
fer you to rte ac-
companying
itoustrationts.
SWELLEST

WNO3E's Star

tes'rnn ci enviatbl in 11wfeot.xp"'ct 10
work hattii soi ttlily. Nootbc~eiti"
.int'--nditlihkt'inter'-soi't'y coi' si1.
Jet lii'eslietsile be foritiet at tnce.
hitat'eswht i tis iwn tie t i 'tistiy
D)tis' oio sehicteihlivii triotis Cilp~tr-
nh'atiecolle tosgeter ,n hieii'tliti
wettlnt 111111)'is unitdi. In thits cay
eer y sident is imitdet'to fel 11111 -iii
io irtif ill a.t tieisty ttilolit 'Itld
lu'tllliii''ily a ittiltit' 'if to eilgit'ses's"
for' Mic'itgtn to fotilows'. tie inipette
.gv't'ioutegespiit by Sucheitititu-'
s(j't'i''eiiitiv s'e elsuini ogaitiititi
l.utp he191tthis si's'and selihltcant i
doe totit. i, Tilt'Dtailywoutldl bi
;01011 to print eomitiinirtetioits ocithei
subject.
Graduates in Chomistry.
.l.3'B Cady, B. S. in Phorinitey '7
is engttgedl 00 iheimist ini the Missoitri
Staic' Agrienltutral Experimotistation.
ColuititMo.
A. O. Miller, '117 inii eiiitr, last
Y1easr uostantt in Professor f'otnptiell'e
worh, has eharge of ehemistsry ill tie
Kansas City 'iroitting School.
Nellie 01. Geldihovaite, '1)-I in ehietiis-
Illy, 'ioas held a luenical fellosip in
inle University of Chicago, ottd ie ics',
filling te chair of cemeistry in . t
Holyohe College, during tie 'abseitee
Of Prof. Mury 9'. Leachi, '19l. Miss

C011ir80 of the 'Silhool of P'ita rnitii'x.
WhCle.ba todietil tuisr of (iso s-i'll
'99 Pootball Men.
.A11 (-tillitli' forti' eiii 1'9 iootittii I
tittiti tire i',qu'stedl to beo oil liii
toinootiltirivpll to 111119.
Miss Allie Desiiazeii, 111. A:d1tt1>
st., Ypstiltlti, Piaiete, lne l Y'irk 1
Speei-llity. 23u
DETROIT, FlICHi.
Makers beot finished
U. of Mi. Flags and fraternity Emblems
ST. THOMAS
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
CONDUCTED BY Ti-E
SIS-1 TEISRS
OF THE
MONROE =CONVENT
Piano Forte, Vocal Culture,
Mandolin, Guitar, Violin,
Banjo, Harmony, Counter-
point and General Musical
Theory. Study of Harp,
Miss Ellen Olaken.
ADDRESS,
ST, THOMAS CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC,
ELIZABETH STREET.

C'loth ing IHOUSe, oAo yuth Mats St

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Stvdcnqs Lectvrc ssociatioD1
Single adiSsion:i will he sold for each entertainmlent as follows:
Nansen's Lecture- -- ----$100 Reserved Seat_ -$1.50
Sousa, and His Band.- 1.00 Reserved Seat - __150
Gov. Robert L. Taylo' .- 75 Reserved. Seat---100
Six Other Numbers-____- .75 Reserved Seat-------- .75
SAVE OUR MONEY
BY SEBCUFZIN A SEBASON TICKET.
Season Tickets, - - - $2.00,
Season Tickets eserved, LExtra] .SA0

SOMET ING NEW!
Those,* - tBns
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Cutti ng eyer &Co.
201 and 203 South Main Street Ann Arbor, hlich
SHOES SUCH AS SO D BY US
They are the luxuries of shoed 0111, the "elixir of life" to weary feet.
It's unjust to your feet to o without them.
WfDl. J. APRZILL,
119 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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