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November 04, 1891 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1891-11-04

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

?KWE ARE THE- PEOPLE:" - ANN ARBOR~ ORGAN COMPANY,~
Formnerly Altmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New Wareroosos, - - - - - - - - - Corner of Miaiiencn Liberl ~S/reels.

I will "Open the Ball" by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Baianjos, etc.

PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find xm vM vsamc SL R Eoc,
25 South Fourth AveaneCt.
Owing to She Expiratioantof intents, We are selling Nielkel Plated Centre Dlraft Laimps at
greatly Itedneed tricers. $1s50 will gn an far this year as $2 590twnnid last yenr.
"RED STAR" OIL SAFEST AND BEST in Market, Dieliveredt inou
on astouseitmer in ay parlnfthe Citytn0lcents perglln.
OIL CANS ef nil sines anai at Lnwest Pricer. Shoe Brnshes, tlicking andl To0ilet
Articles at tine-third less thin uuanl Pricesi.
DCIEAfl + & + QI2)PAnY.

The ititest ini the toiarket, manufactured by Ruifuti Watet-lotise,
New York, leveland Brown & Co., Boston, atid Cut-
tet & Crossette, Chicago, at
A_ _ O- ,'S
(, - Sign of the IRED) STAR.
GO TO0 ---
OK S
-- -For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
Nes (Gcods, tie Fall Goodso,lien- Winter Goods, Fttll Dress Sititings,
Silk Vestings. Osercoatittgs, LontdonSuititngs. Tt-outserittgs t specialty.
Largest atidtiost complete stock ini the city, at the loswest prices. 1Pleasne call
and exainle.
NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON STl., tnear Maint.

44 SOUTH tRAIN STREET,

ANN ARBOR, NICE.

L{ ~ .JOLLY C O.)
SELL .
AND ALL
x sx SfudGknfs' 05appI1ia,
Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FRESH1 LUNCHES~, ETC.
Wie heels the very bst linearf
In tie.CLily
Le~ate Orders for li
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
lWha o cst cciii.imid the Piiec till le
riglO, ct
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical Physical Apparatus,
k C. P. and X
Rare Clhcmicalsn Microscopteal SuppliCs.
EBERBAC1I & SON.
HA). SEARED AN
.J.B. IDDECVIABL
SUET'EAD.SAYERS N
'Rays," i yanareOankiagofrnt ouse.
3othm. Five aki alin s,nav. SAea
rateOT.

THE CAMPUS.
t). D. Davis. late 'ot. is practicing
law in Newport, Iod.
Ground has beets broken for the
new law building at Cornell.
Dartmouth htan a foot-ball tackl-
ing macblue on thte campus.
Eightt Yale men have beets coacts-
tug foot-ball elevens thsis fall.
Cortnell recently sent out two foot-
ball elevens. :Both were victorious.
Thse Della Upsilon convention
witll be Itelrdat IBostotn ots Not. ,it,
toz and 13.
Lewis, captaitn atsr centre, and
Jackson, a half-back of Atulerst's
team, are both colored.
One by one the eastertn colleges
are votitng down the cane rush.
Hazing, fagging and rushing are
myths of thte past,
Cumnock, last year'n Harvard
foot-ball captaitn, has been elected a
member of tine Harvard Aluntni Ad-
visory conmmittee for athsletics.
Cornell University is the first
Anterican institution to establish a.
chair of the history and philosophsy
of religion atid Chsristian ethsics.
There was quite a rush in thne late
departnment yesterday, betwecetnjun-
torn comntg out and seniors enteritng
tlhe lectutre count. Dean EKnowtots
sooti appcared and put a slop to
wvhat tmigtthave beets a seriotts
crusth.
TheIPennsylvatnia Club starts out
this year witht entirely newv platsn,
wvhiclh will be of personal interest to
every student frons that state. There
witl1 be a series of socials, of which
totice will be given from time to
time. Mr. J. WV. Browning, of the
senior law class, has been elected
prenident, and will doubtless push
the interests of the club with his
usual energy.

Lean T Pwes. BILLIARD PARLORS
Especial comntent on Mr. Ptowers Eleantly reafitddring thr pastsumr
Nie luncah counterainaonection.
is unnecessary in view of the fact BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
that his presentation of' 'David Cop- STTTET, ANABR
perfield" here last year is remem- SAESRE, ANABR
bered withs so much pleasure by -9THE ARGUS.-
most of us. And so the Students' fillEJO IJT03 Fb 1\f0JJa)
Lecture Association again is very AT" w gngs
glad to open its splendid course this A O RCS
year with Mr. P'owers, weho will ap- FIRST NATIONAL BANK
pear next Satursday evcesing, Nov. 7, of ANN ARBORt.
Capital, stlo,Stoo. Surplas and Profits, $30,000.
at University hsall ts his famous T'ransaets at geaeral lansing buiness, ear-
otonologue,'' David Garrick." Oine alga eaehange snld, letters ofceredit proeuredl
for trarelers abroad.
lion well said of hint "'Mr. Ptowers C. H. uRIHMND~. Pres. P. BACH, V. Pres.
S. WC. CLAnnsoa0. Cashier.
is a rcal, genuine artist-cte origi-
natiots of a type of entertalismett
all his owls, and lie can give David'O-R.A.N' h-RS
Garrick so well thnat to see an ordi-
nary theatre conspany attenmpt the Cf~-ff iI1 ll1PJ1
sanie in to be present at tlhe slaunls_ UhJ.UULl ~l~U
ter of a happy ntemory." Now opett for reeeptiotn of Inupils.
Of course an impersotnator like
Mr. Powers is thrown entirely on
his own resources. He can borrow New styiep in
nothing from scenic effect or from a LINEN COLLARS.
suggestive make-up. Under these
conditions, to picture to an audience'
thse features of any chsaracter is a Ij New Effect5 in
cdifficult tmatter, yet yl1r. Powers iIaNECKWEAR.
I msaster of rare art, an entire coma
nv rolled into one poem,and portrays
a tlse chsaracters.'Truly, Itr. IPosv
ers is a remarkable and unique ex New Ideas in
aumple of the absorptive powvers of
one usan in histrionics. 1 HRS
All those whlo lheardl Mr. Poweers '- ______________
its David Copperfield last year weill
have reasoins for goiug to hear him 'WTAXG N 1 R
thsis year, and those who ditd not erhm atyerhveti ya h
valuable opportunity of hearing bins ALR N E NSES
in what 'Mtr. Powers himself calls his
'best,'nanmely "David Garrick.'
Boards open for reserved seats to. Handsome
morrow (Thursday) morning at 7:30 f VROTNS
o'clock at Mtoore's hook store, and
at box office main hall of the Univer-
sity. No extra charge for reserved
seats. Season tickets, $a. oo. No $tyiish
reduction after first lecture and none SUTITS
sold after second lecture.SUTN .

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