THE U. OF M. DAILY.
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Oewing-to the Expiration of Patents, we are selling Nickel Plated Centre Draft Lamps at
greatly Reduced Prices. $1 50 will go as far this year asS$2 50 would last year.
"RED STAR" OIL SAFEST AND BEST in Earket, Delivered in our
owl] Cats to Customers in any part of the City at 10 cents per gallon.
OIL CANS of all sizes and at Lowest Price. Shoe Brushes, lacting and Toilet
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Harvard has a tackling machine.
Harvard defeated Exeter on Wed-
nesday 17 to o.
The Chronicle-Argonaut will not
appear this week.
Cornell's new library was dedi-
cated last Monday.
Adelphi to-night. Special pro-
gram. In room 24.
There are 1,262 students at Yale;
an increase of 134 over last year.
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W. J. Green, dent. '9i, is practic-
ing at Brookfield, Mo. His brother,
F. A. Green, D. D. S., pharmic '9i
is with him.
Murphy, '93, a brother of "Mike"
Murphy, trainer of D. A. C., has
been elected captain of the Yale
base ball team.
A small sized rush between about
20 men on each side occurred be-
tween Sophomores and Freshmen
after the S. C. A. social last evening.
Quizzes to senior medics were be-
Chemical Physical Apparatus
SC. P. anad X
Rare Clemicals. Microscopical Supples,
EBERBACH & SON.
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AT LOW PRICES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
oF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $100,0000. Surplus and Profits, $30,000.
Transaets a general banking business, for-
eign exchange sold, letters of credit procured
CH.RICHTNIOND. Pres.P. BCH. V. Pres.
Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FLESH LUNCHES, ETC.
We keep the very best line of
In the City.
Leave Orders for all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
t.Boys,"it you are looking tar any ot yoor
friends, tate ac rhai in the Occidental otel
offce for ten minutes. You wilt surely see
them. Five ocloek dinner, Sundays. Special
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J. B. MIDDLECOFF,
Short-Hanoid and Mimeographing, Theses, Cor
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so Publcafonof a nds. Univ.Ave.
Elegantly reltlall during the pant summer
Nice lune dountrinconnection.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,f
STATE STREET, ARIi4ARBO .
The classes in Psychology will be gun yestetday by Dr. Darling, which Cashier
subject to written tquizzes monthly. proved to be a pleasant talk on the m -- ----- ---- __
The junior law class contains one coming year's work in the hospital. GRANGER
co-ed. Her name is Mary E. Bentley. The Geological Society, at its
Yale's new gymnasium will be meeting yesterday afternoon,changed
ready for use by the first of Febru- the time of its regular meeting from 81HtJay5-L.F.RiItoA-i.JNG
ary. 3-6 p. m. Friday to 7 p. m. Thurs-
Miss Mattie Schlenker, of Toledo, day. Now open for reception of Pupils.
is visiting her brother, Carl Schlenk- The U. of M. is one of four
er, '92. American universities possessing a
M. M. Smith, of last year's junior Christian Association building. The A I\ER l UU01
medic class, is at the Detroit medi- others are Yale, John Hopkins and
cal this year. Cornell.
The Yale Glee Club will make a The date of the foot-ball contests
tour of the West and South during between the Michigan colleges and ]a lors and *+*
the holidays, the University, which is to be held
A fine clock is to be given to at Jackson, has been changed from . . 7ur nil hee
Newberry Hall by one of the down October 3 to November 7. t
town nmerchants. Provost Pepper, of the University_____
Mr. Holden, '94 lit, is attending of Pennsylvania, has announced
the Leland Stanford, Jr., Unin that the medical course connected 21 S. MAIN STREET,
sity for his health, with that institution has been changed
from a three years' to a four years
Capt. McClung, of Yale, has over- course. The change goes into effect A Large Stock of
trained and has stopped playing with in 1893-
tlhe eleven for the present. Prof. Paul Haupt, the distin- SEASONABLE WOOLENS.
Out of the 22 candidates for ad- guished Assyriological scholar and
mission into the '95 medical class the head of the Semitic Seminary of All the Novelties in
on examination, zn failed to pass. the Johns Hopkins University, is MEN'S FINE FURNISHINGS.
C. Warren, lit '9, was in the city now at work on a.new translation of .
yesterday. He is going to 'study the Bible, to be comprised. within
law in Don M. Dickenson's office in six volumes, and to taq.,three years:~.
Detroit. - in writing. We have the Best Steam Laundry