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October 31, 1896 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-10-31

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ACT id1 Sd 033' F tl'v TO 'A AY1

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oaLI,@
Leading Tailor
AND IMPORTER,
FULL OJHESS SUITS A SPECIALTY,
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST.. NEAR MAIN,
$PLOWS' .CHICAGO CANDIES.
$ We have the Aea Arbor Agec Oy
for these goods. Yeu 11 riad roath-
jag nirer. .they came to pondi
and half pound packages at. 6t0'
$ a pound, we hare Lownis' if A
yea prefer them. Alto the finest !
Chocolate Creams at 25cg a poondA
that yoa ever tam for te pice.
$. PALMER'S PHARMACY.
t 46 S. STATE ST.*
GREAT SHOE SALE
Till haturdty, Nor.7 w' will make 01he fol-
loain, roe to pricet. yoching marked op an
price, hat the reduction 1s made from the-
original price. Oar Footwear is reliable:
$61.00 Shoes for. --------- $5.10
6.00 Shoot for- - - - di7
.S'.00 Shoes for------- ----d4.5
$1.5 Shoes for.- - - -.83
(5$.00 Shoostfor-- - - -.40
Q.5.0 Shoes for- - ----. -----. ---. ... O29
$1.00 Shoes for-- - --- - -. .--- --- ?.5
$2.50 Shoot for ........ 2.12
t- ale to cammeace'Thasday, Oct. 2.
JACOBS & ALIMAND,
Washington Blk., Washington st
EVERY STUDENT
SH-OULoD REGISTER
-AT-
3rownl's Drug Store.
- It "osts yosanothiict. Dic no1, Ooe..SciO it.
torner of Main and Huono sts.
Co-Ed Tanidem...
Fowler Combination. Lady Sits
Behind. For Rent By-
TUCKER & CO., FIFTH4 AVE.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF DANCING
Oppasite Law Bduilding, 651.00 a semester for
tmoilessaaa a week.
27 Thompson Street.
-AT-
WAHRS BOOK STORE.
We invite every student to visit
our stores. We have a large supply
of second hand University Text
Books for all the departments.
Law and Medical Books. German
and French Classics.
We sell the host student Note
Books 20 cents each.
The best Linen Paper 20 cents per
pound.
We buy and exchange second
hand hooks.
Agents for the Waterman Foun-
tain Pen.
Mathematical Instruments and
Drafting Supplies a-specialty..
The host prices to everybody.
Give ns a trial
WAHR'S BOOK STORE
Up Tome Doswn Tows
2055. State at. Opposite toort Hlouse,
Aen Arhor. Man S.
Milard
The Printer.

DITROLT. p(flIGHIGAN
i 4~
Located directly oppositc M. C. R. R. Passenger Station. Twvo blocks
from U~nioii Station. Three blocks from Passeiiger Steamer Docks. In
center of wvholesale busiuess district. Three minutes toy Electric Cars to
retail cenitre aind all places of amusement. 200 ROOMtS. Cuisiiie tiun-
passed. $20000 it recent imnprovemnts. Steaiin heat in every r0011.)
American pianh Bates: $2 to .50 per day. J. ft. HAVES, Prop'r.
tLihigh or -aliy 11101roWorthiy opplonlentl. kinows lthe'-gils trt 001g111, lioee,
W. V.HIeninlger, 097h, is ii~llildays-5forevttoe iouthie m itleis itt
Ilila 1191 relioable' gaiile oilleft tickle. jhitit, 11nd1is 0111of 1lligtiat sitillili-
Aetiot' l liehigh lsiloto i 111(1 11019t heeti dy-, tlL, 1 aot lint, l: IOut 91119
iig till lte' varsity 01t.0guard1allotIlisiiight to ot - Voioi--''V1'laot sea-
i-idle p titilols sincec-101)*1. Last yiaeyit.Ilie itovoetdiihiself t good teil
hei 151N ii'tatOtt~11 01 the populari litable5apt11 oitt d is phlu eiiveto helter
of lo(-tigin's faottuos eiiiiittiiitis lson050.
team ..l. D.. NVoinbahere, '17, is Nvit tle
G. 1t. 1".Villat. . L awo. kntowni ' Votrily. regtili1y, tuis veil' floer tte
oat thteeota11Utos te to (outi'is ole- first1t1110. Itlihsolay11cotgtoid id
knoowtedgeod the geelleal grotutot gul~il- tooler cinhis, e tiss1e--t Si 'lite'nle'-
iog tlikie illihe westIlie will he inlgoile andhst ye1ar91 0W011 teeozi-i
long retiuo'tiilored tt i o-igzloi fi tionth as stiltguaordototlithe War01sity'.
reiotoricottel'yti5ili 11tielt'bat tiolf 'T'bis seiasoltl11eies1playoling ocgoood
of .tie'05 PIreoi'gamelt. Ito'al1o0pl-s 01te(1dy 21111meiiatl, ioenter, and111015 be
pltoyedoicil t ite'Varslity sinc 1 93. ois iltted 0111011t10dot lis :haoitof 00ike
tlet'iiigoe iantiViltai iiouboootedlty vork welel.
mlote i'a!ronoesi )orle of tektc'es ini 1. N'V. 1F. Ileililoi. ht, ,inde Suha<t
t'e totry. goad recoodt0,1iihis ectuys !vzu1111last
B. Sot to C11, '108 A.is acok lat his 5y101r1 tt le' cr015reo ith11 t'e 'oil-

Nioiibe, Elliott & (oo'
..FOR...
...AND...
BleRibbon.
HOTEL
NORMANIE
Detroit, Mich.
CARR &
REEVE
$2.00 and $2.50 per day.
Meals 50 Cents.
TEST THEMY

Qjality and Merit

olo ploifiloi of te'fl gitiythis 51011.
Ide leauned his foootbtoll ht Atblil o'lo-
1019', 111011eitgoio his ' Vorsiy icoor-k
hereon ilte '94 elevti, tplayinig guiard
xvith ''"Pa." teoingoe.Ltot a aolIlet
ittotoi' itgrtot el'o'01101i01oit. te rio.buil
t s-toal' Was ieeded .t toot'l touaod.
Ill' is Vetaer stong i in t' lite oandt
shows 111) Very owoll in iter'feirencie.
Gi. 11. l-erhvrto'7''I, is onoto'erOe-
aiid hots beeon ttoiilig half ovWit the
l ait everl' 011s511lcIt' enteredtclletge'.
Wttile' tic'is ight Is 1110115'brillioti
1ruls 1110e liatte ''Dut-li''one of t'e
Wreatsbtiploar' 11110on tle Itolilt lit'
is a -sure05grouniid gainer'and11hila ox-
ts'iitnt't'antl ability- itak' ilts for his
loa-k 'of weight.
"Buck"1 ~i'ltti'ts, 18. ccho cWos
ae-odt'tfron t ht 'x'Volily iaiigeol't1
btack luito thie gaitic'hots hold toisidl-
'rable oexpt'eiece at footallt. Het
totrc itl diegamc' ot Sti. toals lre-1
liii lolcll-- sechool, aiid 11020 playedl at
it-lfigoili flortep .hee ll'11111110 o'aomas.
lIol ad oit'his 1'o'itatoitot 1 coile' tloiying
ittili' in 'ottie 1st ('oeiic'11 game.10' ts
}(.11ar ito' hplayed'o liolf 111001lsto cools
stib-quar-teri. Be 11010 -denootedolill lila
111101m bt'tole tqarer 'ptositioni ftisa5-l.01.
I-It is a. goodotgeera'ol {anlaiiexc-el-
G.T. I'. Oeoleaf. '98S1I. is aother
10111 liho hats ttoeena toiiig .e'xell'lt
mvorke foe Mirhigoaitit qularter. lHt' los
layedt tiftih ft'o 'Varitcy sinct 181931
somtiesiitbeooing koeot out of ft'e gaoet
oni orroonot otf his lightness. lHe

city- Squadtotinselsooi. Il~e itoa t-
'e'loolelo'int11010it t'otellof remaiiokiaoole
oi~l~i~ Ie o~s1111 te iili'foi-Royal Havaiiai"No. 8" f,, Cigars
liie -091c ltioultly owell.,tad hots iii Coroina" Key West 3 tor' torCigars.
i tt' ttiokitg ofoofl011'o01'ho' 01.0111151
g~llilatit' 011 ttsore oe'o'ooto'i. Cameo andelDuide Stogies
It. S. t'ingee't',ji., 1000.soui of tD-- For all at atll
Ilots 1lotiios 1m1ayor, haitia oooo'ct'e
encvible'reptattiotioni o o1' in, iihill- Drug anid Cg. r Stores
haooh11il te' ztisits in i is ehm i
Yfeoii. tttegoinio'ledooisioioeotlol to' ooi. in Ann Arbor, or ccrite
ino'ii-o'in 11-1-91 itolotlo-giti l occ-it ~ ~ ,j-,
DeoitiHigh Solan.d01111is y5o'.rie is WholesaeCgrD lrs
pr'oven iito to' tioatexcellontc!VNarsity l ict oses
- ltri-o+ut i lio. AWilo'i'thiereigloo, Detroit - - Mich.
01l ii ot be lo t fiooaloy'ini'thei' De-
trit to'i lto io otit toiti.oo

7..1'. Itloo " 111)99 .is aoinollo'i'feesli-
1110111 playingiWithoilt tl'lo tea. Ois itosi-
111011 is fol ol h:,and1th tie hts lliotol
so~ocn this-If oa gootol lini t, okt'. otnod
00 sonto'p111111 1. lb' coittl10doeltlti intoo
oh 5taft'otfull bob-k.
S. (G. Soto', .'19001).is aoOt11 10 oc-
tal.o t'h o - I 1iiit ;ia.1gooott a11i1too-lug
fool t'e full bakto itonk15111. I lo'is 1101100
lighit, boilshtow" goodoo fo(Oiotil ltohilifo-
and111t11110icill unoutdly't mau0ke, hit.
00 slrit l p~loiyr.e
lF otd0'. Itonnano,108, 'also tiaia been'1
0fr-iug for full baotk. itt'punts e l'-
ceo il,loil5'-oct11, tout "t hoaOlteg tias
kepthitututot otf te'pglito'foil'S01110
111110. Ills oexperl'0io'c oas gatinied(lon
h1is clls tioillo.
Hfowoardl h'lver, '1180E, of Btatavii,

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