THE U. OF M. DAILY.
<WE ARE THE PEOPLE." +i- ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY, ,_
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New Wareroos, - - - - - - - - Corner of Main and Liberty Streets.
I will "Open the Ball" by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WWIL ASTONISH YOU.
Find W7IsE-'s vMs'mic SToRE,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.
A NEW LINE OY
ALBANY LAW SCHOOL.
COURSE, one year. Three full terms
required. Terms begin, Septeiiber,
January and March.
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
s u~ 1 Cor s f Instuctors anLce
Degree of LL. B. Conferred.
Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.1
OVERCOATS A. L. Noble's.
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-- For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
New Goods, new Fall Goods, new Winter Goods, Full Dress Suitings,
Silk Vestings, Overcoatings, London Suitings. Trouserings a specialty.
Largest and most complete stock in the city, at the lowest prices. Please call
NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Main.
Address the Dean or Secretary,
CALKINS' PHARMACY. t ALBANY, N. Y.
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B, R JOLLY o~
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Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FLESH LUNCHES, ETC.
We keep the very best line of
In the City.
Leave Orders for all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
What you w n t, sdthe Price will, be
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical' Physical Apparatus
C. P. and
Rare Clemicals, Microscopical Supplies,
EBEI4BACH & SON.
- HAVE EARNED AN
FOR US FOR 18 YRS.
A. D. SEYL E&SON
Opp. Court House.
J. B. MIDDLECOFF,
short-Hand ans Minesiraphinh, Theses, Cor-
resissedenee, Lctres, als Proofs fsr
39 SoutlaPuhlieatlnn of all kinds. Univ. Ave.
0IDEM ,7IL +1T20TE9I
Boys," if you are looking for any of your
friends, take a chair in the Occidental Hotel
ofice fer ten 'inutes. You will surely see
them. Five o'clock dinner, Sundays. Special
3-Jr TIz BaT-
Owing to the Expiration of Patents, We are selling Nickel Plated Centre Draft Lamps at
greatly Reduced Prices. $1050 will go as far this year as 82 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 pergallon.
OIL CANS of all sizes and at Lowest Price. Shoe Brushes, Blacking and Toilet
Articles at One-Third less than usual Prices.
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44 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
ANN ARBOR, MECH
The youngest student ever gradu-
ated from Yale is Charles Chauncey,
aged 1 5years.
H. D. Rankin and G. W. Brown,
9i laws, have been admitted to the
bar at Pittsburgh, Pa.
The Stanford University has al-
ready won a base-ball victory, and
has a color and yell decided on.
F. H. Abbott, law '91 is a mem-
ber of the firm of Moriarity & Ab-
bott, attorneys, Crystal Falls, Mich.
At the fall athletic games of
Princeton, stop-watches are to be
given to firsts and silver medals to
Mr. J. W. Shelton, who attended
the University last year, has entered
the senior law class at Iowa State
The Philadelphian Society of
Princeton intend to publish a four-
page monthly devoted to the relig-
ious news of the college.
Miss Eloise Knapp, and Miss
Myra Horton, of Fenton, visited
their brothers, Mark S. Knapp and
Bryson D. Horton, Friday and Sat-
John Cranston, the efficient cen-
tre rush for the Harvard foot-ball
team, recently wrenched his knee so
severely as to incapacitate him for
further work this season.
Rev. W. H. Brockway, who, du-
ring his lifetime, had made many
gifts, to Albion college, bequeathed
a house and tenacres of land, valued
at $4,000, to the institution.-Ex.
One of'the recent presidents of
Amherst declares that at the present
rate of progress the women of this
country will at the end of this cen-
tury be better educated than the
The Ann Arbor High School foot-
ball eleven defeated the Ypsilanti
team 18 to o, last Saturday. The
game ended at the close of the first
half, because of a dispute as to
Baird's slugging. The high school
team is putting up a strong game,
and will prove formidable oppon-
ents to the University teams in the
Northwestern University has taken+
a new departure in college govern-
ment. Hereafter matters of differ-
ence between the faculty and stu-
dents will be referred to acommittee
of ten students and five members of
the faculty. Three of the ten stu-
dents are chosen by each of the up-
per classes and two from each of the
The enrollment at Boston Univer-
sity School of Theology is the lar-
gest in the history of the school.
There are 151 students. Of these
103 are graduates representing 48
different colleges and universities.
Twenty-six states are represented
and seven foreign countries. Since
'8i the number of students has in-
creased from 68 to the present en-
Ellegantly refitted daring the past summer,
Nice lune counter in connection.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
FINE J015 PRII IN&>
AT LoW PRICES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital,,t100,0000. Surplas u sd Profts, $30,000.
Transsaets a geiseral banuking business, for-
eilgn exslnge sold, letters of credt procured
for travelers abroad.
C. H. RICHMOND, Pres. P. BACH V. Pres.
S. w. CrasSON, Cashier.
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