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November 03, 1891 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1891-11-03

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

|E WE ARE THE PEOPLE." - ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY,d
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New Wareroomis, - - - - - - - - - Corner of Mai and Liberty Streets.

I will "Open the Ball" by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
--AT-
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find o-rs aE 's M-s:tc SToR=,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.
Owing to the Expiration of Patents, We are selling Nickel Plated Centre Draft Lamps at
-greatly Reduced Prices. $1x50 wiii go as far this year as $2 50 would last year.
"RED STAR' OIL SAFEST AND BEST in Market, Delivered in our
own Cans to Customers in any part of the City at 10 cents per gallon.
OIL CANS of all sizesand at Lowest Price. Shoe Brushes, Blacking and Toilet
Articles at One-Third inless than usual Prices.
DCAP + & + QOmPAnY.

The latest in the market, manufactured by Rufus Waterhouse,
New York, Cleveland Brown & Co., Boston, and Cut-
ter & Crossette, Chicago, at
D Sign of the RED STaE.
GO TO - -
___---For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
New Goods, new Fall Goods, new Winter Goods, Frill Dress Suitings,
Silk Yestings, Overcoatings, London Suitings. Trouserings a specialty.
Largest aiidniost complete stock hanthe city, athe lowest prices. Please call
and exane.
NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Main.

44 SOUTH RAIN STREET,

ANN ARBOR, MICH.

s

I I

i / L L
. J sELL . 16
AND ALL
e ts cGIEn&' cpplIES,
Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FRESH LUNCHES, ETO,
we keep the very best line of
In the City.
Leave Orders for all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
What you tmt, eold the Price will be
-ight, at
BROWN'S DRUG STORE,
Chemical' Physical Apparatus'
M C. P. and
Rare Chemicals, Microscopical Supplies,
EBERBACH & SON.
' ..o HAVE EARNED AN
SENVIABLE
4 R EPTATION
0 OUTR TRADE
SOLICITED
A.D. SEYLE1{& SON
Opp.Court House.
J. B. MIDDLECOFF,
Type-Writing.
Short-Hand ant Mimeographing, Thesea, Cor-
reapaiitelc-. Lecuren, als Proofs fur
3 S South P ahica lon of a thkinds. Univ. Ave.
O GIDEI1}17I + I1 OEEiL
STUDENTS' RADQUARTERS.
"Boy," if yon are Looking fur any 9f~ss
friendi, take a chair In tiene Oeidentsi 94I
uffee for ten minutes. Yn wil ersj se
them. Fiveo'clock dinner, Sundays. Special
rates.

THE CAMPUS.

F. R. Stark, law '9i, is at Pierce-
ville, Pa.
The Hobart Guild gives a social
next Friday evening.
O. L. Everts, law '9i, is practic-
ing law at Fresno, Cal.
P. C. Gilbert, law '9i, is practic-
ing at Traverse City, Mich.
Frank Decke severely sprained his
shoulder last Saturday, in the game
at Ypsilanti.
Qnite a number of the students
have gone horne to vote, especially
those living in Ohio.
The Amherst alumni of Chicago
have made up a generous subscrip-
tion for their college eleven.
NV. A. Applegate, law '9i, has
been admitted to the Pennsylvania
bar, and located at McKeesport, Pa.
J. S. Barcus, '94 lit., president of
the Northern Oratorical League,
spent Saturday and Sunday in the
city.
Harvard seniors have decided on
caps and gowns for class day. Con-
siderable trouble has been experi-
enced at Yale on the same question.
President Dwight, of Yale, does
not wish women in the class rooms;
but sighs for an annex, which he
cannot have for lack of money.-
Ex.
Mr. Kenson, who captured the
220 yard dash so handily, hails from
Lawrence University, Wis., where
he enjoys quite a local reputation as
a sprinter.
Athletics have been neglected at
West Point for years, but now Wil-
liams, last year's Yale half-back, is
coaching the foot-ball team, which
plays regularly.
The department relay race fell
through Saturday, as the medical

team refused to run the only other BILLIARD PARLORS
contestants that appeared, viz: the
Elegantly refitted during the past summer,
high school team. Nice lunch counter in connection.
Harvard's GleeBanjo and Mando- BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
lin Clubs will give concerts during STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
the Christmas vacation at Washing- ---THE ARGUSS--
ton, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Mil-
waukee and Chicago. fINE JOE f1"rT IN@,
J. W. Durfee, lit '92, who is lo- AT LOw PRICES.
cated in the U. S. Pension Office, FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Detroit, spent Sunday in the OF ANN ARBOR.
city. He expects to return the sec- Capital,$100,0000. Surplus and Profits, $30,000.
Transects s general banking business, fur-
ond semester and graduate with '92. eigeeachane sold, letters of credit prcured
for travelers abroad.
The alumni of the University of C. H. RICHMOND, Pres. P. BACH, V. Pres.
Nebraska have contributed a hand S. w. CLARKSON,c ashier.
some banner to be presented to the
champion class foot-ball team. GE-R.A.]TG~E-RS
This is a good way to create an in-
terest and work up new material.
Mr. Blair, '93 medic, won the UUIIUUL1'UI NlIUNGU
pie-eating contest at the hallowe'en N
,Now open for reception of pupils.
social, given by the young people's
society of the Congregational church
Friday evening. His time was seven New -Styles in
seconds. The next best time was LINEN COLLARS.
made by a young lady, she accom-
plishing the feat in ten seconds.
The University of Chicago has New Effects ,in
bought the stock of Calvary & Co., ) NECKWEAR.
the well-known Berlin dealers in old ',.j
books, forming a library of 280,ooo 1
volumes and 12o,ooo dissertations in New Ideas in
all languages. Among these are WHITE SHIRTS
130,000 volumes of Greek and Ro-
man Archaeology and classics, and
15,ooo volumes of journals.
Mr. Wright, the much talked of
phenomenal sprinter of the medical TAILORS AND FURNISHERS.
department, who was expected to
show his heels to the field in the moo
yard dash, disappointed his friends Handgome
and admirers. He afterwards ap- OVERCOATINGS.
peared in the dressing room and
offered to wager any amount of
money with "Mike" Murphy that $ty]igh
he could outrun the winner of Sat- UITINGS.
urday's race.

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