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THE U.' OF M. DAILY.
SWE ARE THE PEOPLE. - te ' ANN ARBOTR ORGAN COMPANY
Tr. ~~~Formerly Alimendinger Piano and Organ Company. , 7r_

New lWoreroomoa, -

U orlscr q l nd 001Libel irk . rcefa.

1 will 'lp n the Ball"'by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Bianjos, etc. C C ff
-A'''--- The latest in the nmarket, manufactured by Ru/aLs SWaterhonse,
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. New York, Cleveland Brown &C Co., Bdostont, and Cot-
ter & Crossette, Chicago, at
Finld WaLSEv-' S/LZTxSiw aomR ,
25 south lFosdk Avenue, City. Lam Signt of the R/ED STA1?.
Owoint o the I xies tion of Patents, see areling Nickel Plated CentteDaftiLaomps at-7 _7 =S
grcatly litdlicedtPrices. $150 twill go a ath ciisyear as $2 50 wouldt lest year.- -
"RED STAR"S OIL SAFEST AND BEST itt Mttrket, Deliverred itn ourC ____For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
OIL CANSatftall sizestiand atiLowestPrice. Shoe Brushes, Blacid Toret
ArticlesiatOtie-rhirti lissthatiisualoiPrticer., N (Goils, Iness -Fall Goods,news Winter(Gootle.ill].Diets Stiltings,
~~ + 0 + Silk Vestitigs. Overeotiigs, Lotidoti Suititngs. Trotuserings ai speciaty.
Ii ~~~IL N Largest atni miost coitmplete stociniithei city, at the losvest pirices. Pilease call
D E nand examine.
44 SOUTH MAIN STREET,- ANN ARBOR, MIR NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST'., stear Maiti.

1{ 1! JL LY L G0.1
AND ALt,
6tfanta' Qcupp 1a,
1Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
1'LE7H LITIOIES, ETO.
We ktepthe verytbettine of
in the City.
Lease Orders cor all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
W~hatlyou moid, oath Ii- ice (will hbe
iiyhtI, a1
BROWN'S DRUGC STORE.
OCVIE1DllT7{L -'+"1OThLU
STUDENTS' lHEADQiUtAITERoS.
-Beo," if coo are looking foe any of your
friends, takoe ta eairi the iOeeidenstalHot
otfiee ftrten(cinesi a. Yea witt norety see
cttm. Fiv e oeclockt dinener, Sundays. Sipeciat
rates..t Si
J. B IhiIDDECOIABL
IS~~~~~~Op SoCoalttoao ldd.univ.oAe.
BILLIAKD £ARLORS
Elegantly refitted daring the pant sanmer,
Nine lunch taunter in connection.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

THE CAMPUS.
J. C. McNally, law '90, has lo-
cated at Salt Lake City, Utah.
D)r. Hendershot, '86, sot Britton,
visited the hospitals Thursday.
U.. S. G. Mitchell, law '90, is
practicinog law in Saint Paris, Ohio.
Stats for 20,000 ssill he provided
at Springfield for the Hars-ard-bale
gatme.
Foot-ball has been prohibitetd at
tloe Utniversity of Heidelberg, Ger-
tonly.
Messrs. NV. Thtonmpson attd P. J.
1v1 . H ally-, 'go las' are visiting ito
tile city.
C. 13. Pavhicek htas opened an of-
lice in room 26;*81 S. Clark street,
Chicago.
The missionary band will have
charge of thoe chapel exercises to-
tmorrosv norning.
Mr. W. B. O'Neil, '90 law, form-
erly assistant business manager of
thoe DAILY, is in town.
A. M. Muir, law '90, is the junior
member of the firm of Rohert Muir
&t Son, attorneys and real estate
agetits, Hanillton, N. D.
M. C. Murphy, tratner of thie
D. A. C., wsaouDt assisting in thte
coachoing of thec eleven on 'huroday
atod yesterday afternoons.
Foot-ball season tickets at Harvard
coot $3.00. Foot-ball and base-ball
season tickets at Michoigan cost just
one-half, i. C-, $3.00 for the whole
year.
On Sunday evening, Rev. J. M~.
Gelston, of the Presbyterian church,
will discourse on "The Argument
for Future and Everlasting Pnish-
ment."
There is a movement on foot to
organize a Biological Society. The
matter was enthusiastically discussed
last evening among several instruc-

tors and students, and as a result Chemical Physical Apparatus
we hope a flourishing society will be -
organized. C.P an
There will be a mteeting of the Roro Ctjeecals, Microscopical Sapplies,
Reputblican Club in the law quiz E+BELIBACH & SON.
room next Msonday evening. Rous-
ing speeches will be made and every --gTHE ARGUS,9--
republican should be present. FiINZ JO1 FPRIR0IN@,
Rev. l.)r. Coburn, of the First AT LOW5 PRICES.
At. E. clourch, will give lois secondFIS NA O ALB K
bible study on 'Floe Wit and HumtorFIS NA O AL B K
OF ANN ARORI.
of the Bible,'' next Sabibath even- Caspital, $1i0,0t00. Sorplas and Profits, 510,0o.
itog. This lecture seill be tdevotedl to ,eign ciaeodetersof nCedlitiepror-d
plays on words, altagSrauls, acrostics foir trovelert abroad.liood
C. H ICt5HMtOND, Ores. P. iBACH, V. Pret.
and pus S. W. CLARKSoO, Caohier.
Alpha No Program.
Musie-Pianoo Solo-----Frank ID. P'atterson
Address by an old lneeloer of flit Alpha
Na-- - -Rtto. J . .elstono1Il1tf
Bianjo Solo--------FrankD. Pattesn SOHOOL FOR DANCwIN

An Irish Lrtter ----------A. IH. Rolmes
DalsoSso-------------- Mr. Patteroon
Adeiphi Program.
Saturday, 4 p. in., in Roonm 26.
Music, violin aed pian . ..---------
------------------ Miones Hendriekson and Rose
Informal folk ---------Mre. Majors
Reading-----------------MiosGonble
Mosic, violia and piao-------------
- - ----------------Missen Headrickson and Rose
Debate, "Resolved, that the cabinet systemn
of government is better for Egianid
than thle presidential system io for Ike
United States." A. H-. Covert, affirmat-
tive; sv. H. Dellenacak, negative,
Genecral debate.
Adnoission free.
Communications.
Editors U. ofirM. DAILY.
There ought to be a class fornmed,
or at least something done, to teach_
the Freshmen how to give the U. of
M. yell. It was given at the Rugby
game last Saturday as if there was
all night to go through with it. It
was worse for the players than no
yell at all. Let us yell it with some
vitm this afternoon.
DORReANCE, JRe.

Nosy open for reception of Pupils.
SNew -Stylep in
LINEN COLLAIRS.
2New Effects in
NECKWEAR.
.New Ideas inl
WAGN1R & CO.
TAILORS AND FURNISHERS.
Handsome
+ OVEIICOATINGS.
tyih SUITINGS.

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