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November 05, 1891 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

WE ARE THE PEOPLE.: :-- ANN ARBOR. ORGAN COMPANY~
Forerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New JIyocemoiu, - - - - - - - - Corner of' lila/ct and liberty/ S/y-e/ls.

I will "Open the Ball" by placinlg a litic stock of Guitails Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find M-U~'s~atS0c S m=
N.5 Seath Fouarth Av enue,City.
Oawing thaetExpiratinaof Patenta, We ane' wihag Nickel Plated (CanteDrOft5Laaps at
areathlyIc~luePrices. S$L50 wit llgasarthias Faras $250 tntahllast year.
"RED STAR"S OIL SAFEST AND BEST ins Market, Delive ed n ou
(tn aut utomers inaart oftltthetCityt lata1 ettper-ala.
OIL CANS atf all sietsadaat Loest 'rice. Shage1Brushes, lllagtinand olet
Artlielesat ttag-Thixa lessi tausualPie.
OC,,%APn + + .jOmpAny.
44 SOUTH RAIN STREET, - - - - - ANN ARBOR, RICH.

Tile latest in tinhetarket, tsatnfactured by Rufus Waterihouse,
Now York, Cleveland Brown & Ctt., Boston, And Cnt-
ter & Crossette, Chicago, at
j Sign of thte REDl)STAR.
GO0 TO----, -
- =For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
N et. ,lltotsnewtc itliGools. naew Wintelr Gootds,1fu111Dress Sutintgs.
Silk V'estillgs. Overcoatittga, London Sauitintgs. Trtotserirtgsa 11specialty.
Largest 1a1d1niost comll~tete stock ill the city, at te lowest prices. Plealse call
NO. 2 EASTIXASINGTON STl., nlear Mlain.

i

..SELL
-,',ND ALL
5txuda Intat ppI 1E,
Ice Cream, Soda Waler, and
FLESh LIUNTCHES, FIG.
We 1tcit l)tevary heat lne af
In the Citi.
Leave Ordlerslaorall
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
WhatI yo1 11111, 111o1dltePrice fill be
tiytl, ll
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical_ Physical Apparatus
S C. P. and }
RaIre Cheias, a Mrso pical'suplas,
E BElIBACIL & SON.
AD. SEYLEII & SON
J. B. MIDDLECOFF,
Type-Writing,
.Shaa1t-Itailtt stat Mimeaqrapiiitw, Thesestat'-
sapaiilteet .Leltues, alsa Praofs for
:34 Soush Puhlictlian of alt]rintt. Unie. Ace.
OC6JDEPT7{I "i"1FOWBLEi
STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS.
"Boae' it yea are leaking far any ef your
friends,'lake a thair in the OccidenaliHotal
elfice for ten minutes. Yea will surely ase
them. Five o'elock dinner, Sundays. Spetlal
raltes.

THE CAMPUS.
Thtere are between 14o atnd 15o
Andover men at Yale.
Tracy Hoppin has avon thae tennis
chtampionship of Harvard.
53 per cent, of thae mets at H-arv-
ard are froma Massachnsetts.
Ftour boat crews of co-eds will be
trained at Wellesley thtis year.
Willianss will play both Columtlbia
and B lrownt on next Wtednesday.
Thte Manbattan A. C. lsas resigned
fromlte Antericats Fool-Ball Union.
Yale htas mlade five additions to tlse
tFaculty Ibis year, and Harvard eight.
tDuring last sumnter fonr naew
buildings were conmpleted at~krince-
tots.
Miss Kale McChesney, fornserly
wills '92, is teachinag at Motnt Rose,
Col.
The Alumnio at Wesleyan have
voted to change the name~ of tlae
University.
The faculty at Brown proposes to
chlange 111e acedemic year fronthtiree
termss to two.
iss Esther Boytnton, formerly'
Witht '92 is leaching in the1 Detroit
High Schlool.
George Browla, '91 lawv,lass re-
Genltly hunag ont lis shingle at Mar
quette, Miicht.
C. I.. Dunadcy, the yaungest noeto-
her of the law class of '91,1is now an
Omlaha lawyer..
Saturday, Nov. 7, tite North
Western World will print an extra
edition of 4,000 copies.
Johns Hopkins has decided to
disband its foot-hall team and or-
ganize an inter-class league.
Thse '92 lit Independents hold a
caucus Saturday, no a. in., Nov. 7,
room A, to nominate officers.
J. L. Haner, lit 'go, law 91r, is in

the law oldier of Powell, Owen, Rick- BILLIARP PARLORS
ella & Black, at Columbus, t). lteesetly retfittetidurn h atlssr,
Colombia's foot-bail team will dis- Nite tenth conete in cannection.
band after Nov. 4th. Lack of suip- BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
port is the reason for so doing. STATE STREET, ANN .ARBOR.
In thse Harvard inter-class foot-
ball series '92 and '93 played a tie .THE AROUS~S-
game, 12-12; atad '94 won front '95, FfJNz OfJ0f .f61; Na
10-0. AT LOW PRICES.
Harvard, is haaving considecrablIRScA IN LB N
trouble in fsding a strong center.FIS NA O AL B K
OP ANN ARBIORI.
D~exter, thseir tsewv expcritstnt weighss Capital, $100,0000. Surplusi ted Profts, $30,000
Trasascts a sgeseral hintingbuiness, tor-
225 poundcs. itnextchdanges sald, letters at cradst protcsred
Thse alumttti rccord of te Yale far transelersabahed.
C.5H. tICiHMOND, 1Pres. P. BACHa, V' Pres
Lawv Schtool showsvat al1,742 Sts- S. 'W. cLAlstia. Cashiet..
dents Itave beets graduatced from v

1824 to 18g91.
.alias Fletcher, of last year's sopia-
onsore msedical class, and a graduate
of Harvard annex, is now teachsing
at Stanford Jr., University.
The Blind Boone concert cons-
pany gives an entertainment at the
Congregational chaurch Mtonday
night, Nov. 9. Admission 25 cents.
H. F. Johns, law '91, list former
poet-hunsorist of the Webster So-
ciety, was msarried to Miss Grace
Clark recently, and will practice his
profession in Woodbine, Ia.
Thec bicycle relay race frcomn Hart-
lord to New York, aon Saturday, was
run in 8 hours and 22 mtinutes, the
distance being 126Y4I. There were
twenty-atne riders in the relays.
Thse Cisesmical Society at the t'ni-
versity, htas died a natural death.
Last year regular meetings were
held, but so far this semester noth-
log has been beard of the society.
Foot-ball games: Harvard 34,
Staggs team o; Crescent no, Man-
hattan a; Princeton 13, Wesleyan o;
Yale 38, Lehigh o; Pennsylvania 28,
Trinity 5; Annapolis Cadets 21z,
Rutgers a2; Dickinson 22,Haverford
4; Williams 6o, Stevens o.

011 2htGR'S
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
Now opens for reception of Puipils.
Newer ty~e;5 in
I~LINEN COLLARS.
New Effects in
NECKWEAR.
rNew Ideas~ in
S WHITE SIRUTS.
WAGNELR & coo
TAILORIS AND FIURNnSHER~S.
Hct}{ndsome
+ OVERCOATINGS.
$thh SUITINGS.

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