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November 06, 1891 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1891-11-06

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THE Ull OF M. DAILY.
SWE ARE THE PEOPLE. ~ ANN ARBOR~ ORGAN COMPANY,
Forerl Almeningr Panoand Organ Company.
Ne Ivrr~,8 - - Foro -lyAln -ste in - - - Corner of Maini and Liberty Strets.

I will '01pen the Ball" by placing a fine stock of GitarslBanjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.I
Fin(1 w I..s >'s 2kMxsc awOR ,
2Sooth 5Fourth AvenueeC(ty
Down to th ires oatison of Pateots, We are selling Nickel Plated Cente Dralt Latops at
greatly ReldatedPrices. $1c50 will go as fsr this year as $2 50 weould lost year.
"RED STAR" OIL SAFEST AND BEST in Market, Deliveredt in u
otwn Cjanstoja-.ss~stoats si n at of thteCitysat tocents per gatlou.
OIL CANS o lsriizes anstat Lowest; trie. Shoe OBrustes, OBlakittgandl'toilet.
Articles-O1tt;Onc-Thsirdtlessthtian nsualics
DICAnl+& OrnPAI2Y.0

TAILOR ASSSH151I5Sk llt('A. ll9HOUR
MADE-A
OVERCOATS A. K. Noble's.
GO TO-
OKS
For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
Ntesw Gitoo. tess Iall Gosods, ness Winter Goodls, FtullIDress Stnitinigs,
Silk Vestitigs. Osercoatitigs. LotidostiSttitittgs. Trtotserinigs it specitalty.
Largest atisi most csomsplete stock its the city, at the lowvest prices. Pleaise catll
antt exatmiite.
NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Main.

44 SOUTH RAIN STREET,

ANN ARBOR, MICH.

RCO, JLLY .60.L
AND AL
n na tiGn±s' Qap pliEs,
Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FLESh LUJITOIES, ETC,
W~e keelste seres et litce of
Its the (smty.
Leatse Odesfor all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
Whaiti o wsssts s ret l thei Pr'ice till be
rsylth, fli
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical Physical Apparatus

THE CAMPUS.
Adelphi to-nighst.
Remscmber Powers to-msorrow
evening.
Thsere are nineteens canitdatcs for
Htarvard's crew.
:Prof. D'Ooge011 Ctiisersity E-
tensionstlids eveninsg.
Dr. Gardner, '88, of Northt Star,
visited thse sospital yesterday.
Altdots is scheduiledl to play ruigby
at H illsdale college next Satttrtlay.
Thse N. V. A. C. teams defeated
Rtstgers 20 1o 12; lPritnceton a26, Or-
ange o.
Traffords, captain of the Hlarvard
eleven, neon 11hc anntsal goal kickinsg
constest.
Thle date nwlen all articles for't94t5
Oracle must5 be in is Nos. .15 in-
stead of Noe. to.
Thse S. C. A. to going to hold a
two days bible institute about the
2otlh of this month.
An athsletic association with $ir,-
000.00 capital stock hsas been formed
by the Hudson athsletes.
F. 1L. Laylor, '91 medic, is ons the
medical staff of tlhe Ohtio state in-
sanse asylumt at Cleveland.
S. L. A. commsittee msen nmust re-
port thsis aftertnoon between5 and 6
o'clock at Alpha Nn ball.

Princetols defeated Wesleyan last
Satutrday 78 to o.
The class foot-ball contest at H-ar-
yard is being played off. '93 has
defeated '92 by the score of 18 to o.
93 will play '94 for tlhe chsampion-
shsip.
At a special mseeting of te Ath-
letic Association, the follonwing di-
rectors wcere electesd to fill vacatscies:
IV. IV. Clseney, htomeopathic; F. K.
Crasvford, law; H. L. Crunmner, lit.
Cotstributtors sit gritnss, cuts, stor-
ten or othcer mtatter fsor the Oracle
should hand thsenmatter its as soon
as possible; there will be no extens-
sions of timue beyond the 15th inst.
Thse junior moedics find lDr. Dock's
instruction in physical diagnosis
very interesting as well as instruc-
live. The seniors regret nery much
thsat they do not directly receive
like instruction.
The return game betwecen thne
Normal and High School elevens
will be played on the fair grounds,
Saturday, Nosv. 7, at 2:30. The ad-
mission is 25 cents, ladies free. The
Normals have impros-ed greatly
since the last game, and a close
tumatchs is expected.
Thse Oracle board offer an 18l
guitar as a prize for the best poem.
In order that there may be no msis-
take or misunderstanding as to the
value of thse instrument, Mr. Wilsey,
the donor, has already named thce
one which will be given. The guitar
is now on exhibition at Wilsey's
music store.
NOTIcE-Fountain pen found on
campus. Owner can obtain same
by calling at 26 Maynard.
NOTICE.-- All members of the
"Elite Terpsichore" are requested
to meet at Granger's Hall on Sat-
urday morning, Nov. 7, at 9 o'clock.

BILLIARP PARLORS
Elegantly reftted daring the past stummer,
Sloe laneh cosnter in ceteio.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
--tTHE ARGUS.--
FINe O ~J01 PIIs@,
AT LO tIw aCES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBnOR.
Castital, $100,0000. Surplus and Profits, .10,000.
Transacta geeneral tsanking bhtiness, for-
eign exchasnge sold, letters of ceedit proesuesd
for travsslele ssroa.
C.H. lCIOnD, Pes.P.BAC1'.aPes.
S. IV.tCLARtKStO, Cashier.
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
Now opess for reception of Pupils.
New -Styles in
} LINEN COLLARS.
New Effect8 in
NECKWEAR.
1New Ideas in
S WHITE SHIRTS.
WAGNELR &Co.
TAILORIS AND FURNISHERS.
IHandsome
OVERCOATINGS.
tyih SUITINGS.

YORTRD Up to 3 P. m. yesterday, ,800
S OLICITED' seats had been reserced for Ponvers'
.A D.SEYLEII& SON lecture Saturday evening.
1 Opp otouse. The Brooklyn Eagle has offered a
J. B. MIDDLECOFF, cup worth $ 50o, to be contested for
Type-Writing, in the Athletic Clubs' Football Asso-'
iSort-Hatndl and Mimapaoseolif, Theses, Cor- Cain
sespotsd tee, Lectures, attn Proofs fnr cion-
55~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~T Sotmths sn llks~.Ui.Ae ale defeated Crescent on Tues-
O901IRTQU71L -'e1rOPJKI day last 70 to o. The score against
STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS. the same team earlier in the season
"Bevs," if you are seeking Coo any of our was 26 to O.
friends, take a chair in the oeidental Tote,
office for ten minutes. Yea will surety see Harvard defeated Wesleyan 124
them. Five o'clock dinner, Sundays. Specialtooi tw hafbrhav.
rates. t n tohl-orhle

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