THE U. OF M. DAILY.
It V WE ARE THE PEOPLE. "ANN ARBOR( ORGAN COMPANY,-A
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New Win eirows. - - - - - - Corner of Main and Liery Streets.
is ciLV " r u,/ U! vviicc7
I will "Open the Ball" by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find IISE v' mc SOm,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.
Not Sil kUmbreI laS
-A NEW LINE OF ALBANY LAW SCHOOL.
SIGN OF THE REI) STAR.
ESTABLISHED 18501 ~ ~ oiirIIt
IT S j ~required. Terms hegis, Septensh mer,3
R z r , . ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM. GO TO- --
Et ull Crp of Int~ructrsand L oureo- sl~J
El £ Degree of LL. B. Conferred. - =For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
_AT ,Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13. New Goods, nesw tall Goods, new Winter Goods, Full Dress Suitings,
Silk Vestings, Overcoatiiigs, Loisiln Snitings., Trouserinsgs a specialty.
________ Largest and most complete stock in the city, at the lowvest prices. Please call
Address the Dean or Secretary, and exaioine.
CAL KINS' PHARMACY.I ALBANY, N. Y. NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Mai.
B., ~, ~LL ~ 130. '~-~~~' BILLIARiD PALLORS
R, rII FRE TST OL. legantly refitted during the past summer,
SIELIE T I. Nice lunch ceunter in cenuectio.
S l. .Oiir tRED ST1A ll Oil is 550 Fire Test, while the present State test is B T S & H Z E O D
only 1200.BTT AZEOD
AND I' IED STAR' burins withiosit chiarriiig wick, emits no odor. or smoke,. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOtI.
ANDAL (gisves a cleair whlite light, aind is absolutely safe. Retailed at the same price as
~~tciden~s' ipplies B.-Tiw s Oil anbe btalined only at our Store No. 44, MaiSt., Southl. TEAR S,-
LaOriders foi all1'INZ JR+'PINVI G
ATHLETIC + GOODS. ~~-~ ?~~ O ~tfI@
YOU CtAN GET THE CAMPUS. Cornell will make application forFIS NA OALB K
-- admoission to the tutercollegiafe 0OF ANN ARBOR.
j'rTl .jat 55i iO, ld Me PriJ'ce i-ilbe Evanston has lplayedl three tie loot-Ball Association a the ointer Capital, $1MO,0000. Surplus aniso f its, 030,00)l.
gamles this hall, meeting of the association. T heyxTranscts a genel balnking ioisis oofoos-
11111VI'S D UG ~rO E s rs. 'rot. BIlaro will sing for the Ithisklthatsthir f oot-hall record for for tirivelers abioad.,
BRO\IN'SDRI.J(' TOE.,. 1H.iIiCHMOiNI). ires. P. BAHt, V.FIres.
Webster society to-night.C this season entitles themstoo almit- s. W. I itiSOanshier.
Chemical Physical Apparatus D~rs. Bireakey, Hovey and I lagler tance. lihioi
-- bolted thseir hours yesterday. Aono.Sagvsosasrpt S
& alCnzP.A.aStaTheweledisraeiot- of-Zthe new
C. . ad ? Th deicaionof he ewhospi- et to have accepted thoe position of
fa Clei~o. ..a Mi cc pi ca ppliestall will take pphysicalltterTart o
physica ON hi oth 05c h lte pr ldirector of the nesw Chicago ~JffLFOR gR 3CE O.. hi oih iS OL DAN
IIVEEAREDAN Schoff Ihns beens elected caiptainof offe of the ale managemuent t
ErLY isAuiA' the foot-hall teams of the University hcueto prfso fahe N ow opnfor recep~tions of Pupils.
18'iiIT5i of lPennsylvania frnetseason. isiuin
FOR u 5 105 5 nm.for sex at that isiuin
YOUn TAin Six inewv Bauschlc5 Lanib nicro-
SOLiCeIioi scpes (Anoerican) arrived last week Prof. I. N. Demnoni delivered toe New Sty~es in
AD. SEYLEII SN fut etr fteUiest x for Dr. Gibbs' patloological Taboora- fostolcTr o h lies
op . na' 5 o -. tenosion course in ]Detroit last esvri LINEN l COLLARS.
'Il1I i TN 'T'heoc effersosoiaso ocet nae grogOn ''Wordsworth.'" lProfessor
All kinsisoiot workS instle rn so la ine ltrayanod oousical New Effects in
dioe at reassssnabirs-os. csetioit oh s o avin thoe course, and osill he fol loosed'
1 etetanmettobe ivr.in hela :,Isy-NEXWtroI T. 4 .Acass- vio3vi
-- :1:oSoutssihLsversy Ave.
O00JDEPT7IL "+ 1r2OThh
,.inys, if sou sic lookisng fow anyoyouo
ti-sin Is, lake a schair- iiithe Occidentsl Hotel
offic otonsciinuiss e. You wcll surelyr see
thes.is.Fleocock dinner, Sundays. Special
NO. 12 W. HURON ST.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
. 0. 1NETSSTAN D
Newspapers, Magazines, Periodleala 1flue
Confections,.Cigars and Tobsacco.
lecture roono next Uriela- eveings'.
The corrected statistics of thej
atteiocte at IHarvardsh sows 2,663
stuideints, an increase of 41 i over
last year. This is over too less
thoan at thse University of Michigau.
Yesterday afternoon the last of thoe
furniture and the patients in the old
hospital were moved into the new
building. This afternoon thme clinics
will probably be held for the first
F. A. Henry, the '9t laws'. talent-
ed poet, who is at present holding a
responsible position with the law
firm of Webster & Angell, Cleve-
land, Ohio, paid a flying visit to is
many friends here last night.
oleliser tswelve lectures ons political
Thse U. of M. '93, (Junior Lit.)
foot-hall eleven defeatetd the A. A.
High School teanm, 22 to o, Friday,-
thlus winning the inter-class chanopi-
onship. 'Fhis result is very pleasing
to the N. A. A. who found the
junilor Lits to be gentlenmen and
genuine lovers of clean,.straight foot-
ball. In the two games played by
them with our team, there was noth-
ing unmanly or unfair in the play of
either eleven. The A. A. H. S. team
will do well to remember that cham-
pionships can be won without resort
to brutality or dirty work.
New Ideas in
TAILORS AND FURENISHERIS.