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October 10, 1891 - Image 5

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THE TWO SA1'h
AGENTS FOR-
-"YOUMANS" AND KNOX
Novelties in Neckwear. Latest in Furnist
Call and see sus.

THE U. OF M. DAILY
HATS. (+.- The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
hin~s.The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
ANb2 MI The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
j 27AN MI ST., ANN ARBOR.
. 11.'Tz. N. B-We still have a nice assortment of ILight Weight Overcoats
to he closed out at Greatly Reduced :Prices.

AnAroretaii JaIDfry, C 0 ".A T. GEOGE Moore

WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED.I FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL.
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. i=-TREELE ,
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. No. 11 WEST WASHINGTON STRIEET.

A Futt Line of all College Text Boos, tncluding Law u sl Joticat dic~ks, br the sackrts
Cheapest place foe Note Books atd Foasntaisn Pollst in the city. Freshman crowd in. CIoe slang
aost friends. I now hare nsy entire stack5a s taoe1on NO. 6 ti. ~.1EIN S Jr.
:a-MO. 7. OOTOE.

'IIHR.BOOK STORE, 00WN TOWN.
EeyStudlent will save mtoney by buying University Text-Books and all supplies it Iteadiquarters. We aloLVRiOOrderrs Ifor tinso, palries, wrolldiag ete.,
.spOcial discount ont LAW .BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS. DENTAL BOOKS, its short, every Book osesd in tise ' rnptly iaslasi Ca t.
ttil.ettti a tO BltskBook atlow st ptee.Telsephone [3S. 21 N.NMlinl SC..IpI Posot Office.
Unvrit.500 lnkBos tlwetpiesw. ~i tMISSJUDITH GRAVES,

LI
9bit'hmontI Straight Qat.
INn. S
CIGARETTES.
Cigarette Smokers who
Y are witing tIsnaeasittlei
snare Chan Che price
echargesi farteeordina-
trade Cigarettea, wilt Sand
Tess BnRANtupeorior en
= alt othern.
wf The Riechmond Straight;
Cat Na. S Cigarettes are made tram the hright-
eat, mast delleately flavored ad highest cost
Goid Leaf grown in Virginia. This is the Old
and Original Eli-nd Vs? Straight Cut Cigarettes.
and was hroaght out by us in the year 5187.
Beware at imitations, and oseve that the
Scrm name its helow is an every package.
The ALLEN & (SINTER, Branch
Ot the American TobaGaso'
Manufacturers. - - SichmondVifrginia.

Capi tl.$5,001. NtplesandetProfts, $17,000
Doats a general Banking haniness. Pays in-
Cerestaon Saving tDeposits. Has satety
Dieposit BaxesaforBeat.
S. KEMPFPPets. ;F. H. BEL.SER, Cashier.
Sank oansSatardav evening.
Ann, Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arhor Hich. Capital Stack.,l$50,,
Sarplus, $10.000.
Organised under the General Banking Laws
aftChin staCe. Receives Dpsits, hays and
sells exchange an the principal cities of the
United Statea. Drafts cashed spas proper
identification. Officers
CHRISTIAN MACa, Prets.,
W. D. HAaas.'aaN, Vice Prets..
CHAt.S. .BISCOCa, Cashier.
Yosu Probably have some Broken Arti-
ceof -
JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT
OF REPAIR,
WM. ARNOLD, 36 MAIN STREET,
Is the Place ts go.
AAN DAL
FINE PH01 *i*P.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS !
35 taVs Huena Slreet, I e T K
!URSE.
IT WLL t'A'V Yo. th5n 8eheolc
BaMb, fit e ..,, ,

FADING BOOK STORE IN THlE CITY. ________Gaes 1sic 00. Ap___a____lsy'
TIKE - V~XCEILSIOR - IATNIJRV
Yale vs. Princeton. Athletic Meeting. Has sall Chimiprovrd mhnrly,ad to pee.
paredto turn ot frstclssorohort nocC51-
_____tire. Comrciatwsorktsrnedloutsrnela.
We tke te foioscng fom te Th speialPricesrerasonahle anssol arkh naaastccstHNo-
We akethefolowig fom he he pecalmeeting of the Atli- 211East HssronascC._A. F. COtttlI, Prsspsietosr.
Yale News: In comparing Yale l' tcs socaioiate t v . M.HMARTIN,
Ieti Assciaion alle tofillva-DEALER IN
base-hail record of last season wills cancies in officers, met in Room A Cloth Caskets, Metallic
that made by the Princeton nine, it ti onnwt .G asl, ANDS COMMONCOFFSINS.
in seen that the number of hosesthsmrigwih .G.Fse, J.A- LHMS
stle y ah oleeavrge eachairman, and Ralph Stonec tempo- J. PLEMS
nay ereay.Te lcto o f- il y h sm, rnctn taln 62ALSO BUS HACK AND BAGGAGE LINE,
lyftevnae, Pinceontsealigs ficelows: President, Nartis Hats Street.
per game and Yale 7. In the aver- Bowen, '92 lit; vice-president, Elt- RINSEY & SEABOLT.
age number of strike-outs per game ig law. The vacancies on the Bakers and dealers in
Princeton has a decided advantage diecos ee ile a olGroceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
hoard of Sietr eefildao- 6and s E. WashisgtonSt
over Yale. Young of Princeton lw:Bid 9,adTebe 9, a)-HALLER
averages q9Y2 strike-outs per game, literary; Stone, 92, and Griffin, '93, EwEZE
Bergen 8 and Drake 5. Both Bow-laadHrio,',meia.SeisascC. itr-sMni.
emt an se-oftYae are. cretedThere being no nominations to fill 1. D. STIMSOI & 2ONiS,
wih srie-ut pr am. al'svacancies in pharmacy and homeo- State Street Grocers.
fie~ingaveagewas 902andherpathic departments, the selection Ststdents patrosnage especiallyasolicited.
batting .224, while Princeton's aver- 2v4lf tsh ordo iecos . STATE STROEET.
age in fielding was "933 andI in bat-waletothbarofdecrs
ting .247.
01 ~Bulletin Board. ST7=
Gormna Nna~sala. NOTICE.-The Kentucky Club will
Novelties in the minstrel line prone- meet Saturday. night, at 7:30, at 42- AND-
ised the Patrons of the Opera House by Washtenaw yve. By order of the
the Gorman Minstrels, who are to ap- vice-president.
peat Mondaly, Oct. 12th. The enter- NTC.Fo-alcniae o
tainmtent given by this organizations is N"ASSES-bl aniaesfr CO E
initiated by tanewe feature th-at has us- '94's eleven must come out for daily
urped the place of the first part that practice on the campus at 4 p. m.
has done service so long. The 'or- W. Dse w, Capt. ----AT-
mans have been identified with min-
strelsy for a number of years, and NOTICE-Membership tickets for
have surrounded theamselves with a the Athletic Association can an s- +i
clever company, and the entertain- ofayo(h ietr r t c~a1~e hr~
ment they offer cannot fail to delight cured ofayo h ietrso t gl 'gP a a
all lovers of refined'ainatrelry. ticket office in Main Hall any morn-
ing ft o 9to 1st..
In t Snarriage lictensdg of the
AS.aI4Morthsen, of Ways: H arper to an siH*5 y rhd~srasis l .i.s
I t*b 2 2c
Sonyubp~rhos.scribserlufor the 5U. of M. DAIY .'f Ws. * Detroit. Mfhhh.

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