TI-E U P M. DAILY
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25 South Fourth Avenue, City.
Owing to the Expiration of Patents, We are selling Nickel Plated Centre Draft Lamps at
greatly Reduced Prices. 81 50 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 per gallon.
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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Silk Vestings, Overcoatings, London Suitings. Trouserings a specialty.
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NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Main.
44 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
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Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FLE37 LUIQES, ETC.
We keep the very best line of
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Leave Orders for all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
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39 South Publication of altkinds. tnivAve.
Elegantly refitted during the past summer,
Nice lunch counter in connection.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
The Princeton Freshman class,
this year, numbers 325.
Harvard loses only Captain Dean
of last year's base-ball team.
Regular foot-ball practice at Yale
began last Saturday, the 26th.
President Angell spent two months
in Europe during the summer.
Yale's track has been altered, and
has had a 220 yards straight stretch
It is the fashion among Ann Arbor
men to have beardless faces.-Chel-
The law school at Yale will com-
mence the publication of a law
journal this year.
Hereafter the professors of Har-
vard will receive $4,500 a year, and
the assistants $3,000.
The senior lits won the class
championship last summer, defeat-
ing the Medics in the final game.
Chas. F. McGee, assistant profes-
sor of pathology last year, died
Sept. 25th at the Normandie Hotel,
Princeton's foot-ball practice com-
menced September 9th, two weeks
before college opened. Harvard
began Sept. 14th.
Judge Cooley resigned during the
summer, from the Inter-State Com-
merce Commission, and has returned
to Ann Arbor to live.
George P. Codd, pitcher of last
year's base-ball nine, is studying law
under the direction of Alfred Rus-
sell, Esq., of Detroit.
The Freshmen '95 at Yale ousted
the Sophomores in the rush and in
every one of the trials of strength,
O'Connor, the University ofVer-
mont pitcher, who puzzled the U. of
M. batsmen last spring, has joined
the Boston League team.
President Angell will conduct the
Sunday morning service in New-
DAILY boxes are located in the
hall in the main building, in the law
building, in the medical building, in
Sheehan's and in the library.
R. W. E. Hayes, who played on
Northwestern's foot-ball team and
who has entered '94 lit., is trying for
a position on the 'Varsity eleven.
Prof. Charles de Garmo, professor
of philology and pedagogy at the
University of Illinois, has been
elected president of Swarthmore
The Washtenaw County Fair com-
menced yesterday. To-day and
to-morrow there will be balloon
ascensions and trapeze perform-
ances. The electric cars run to the
grounds every twelve minutes.
The engagement of Dr. Frank
Angell, nephew of President Angell,
and assistant professor of philosophy
at Cornell, to Miss Louise Bayard,
daughter of ex-Secretary of State,
T. F. Bayard, has been announced.
Campus notes, notices and faculty
announcements must be dropped in
the DAILY boxes before 6 o'clock
p.m., or brought to the DAILY office,
Opera House Block, at 7;30 o'clock
or before 8:30 o'clock the following
The Detroit Tribune to-day con-
tains a description of Ann Arbor
and the University. The manage-
ment of the Tribune is making espe-
cial efforts to cover all the college
news. It stands as one of the most
valuable of our exchanges.
The opening lecture in the law
department will be made by Dean
Knowlton to.morrow at 2 o'clock.
Prof. Thompson will lecture to the
seniors at 10:30 on Friday on Equity
Jurisprudence, and to juniors at
Chemical I Physical Apparatus
Rare C emicals, Microscopical Supplies,
EBERBACH & SON.
7I Fort St., West, - Detroit, Mich.
Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti
Time table taking effect June 18, 1891.
Leave Ann Arbor from Court House at 6.20,
7.5, 9N. 150a. i., and 12.50, 2.SN, 350, 5.20,
6., 50, .2, .112 p. m.
Leave Ypsilanti at 6.00, 7.30, 9.00, 30.30, a. m.,
and 12.30, 2.00, 3.30,5,00, 6.30,8.00, 9.30, 11.00p. m.
Leave AnnArborfrom Court Iouse at 8.30 a.
m., and 2.20, 3.50,85.50,820,9.50, p. m.
Leave Ypsilanti at .10, a. in., and 2.00, 3.30,
500,6.30. 5.00,59.30, p. m.
TAKE NOTacE.-Sunday train at 8.10 a. m..
leaves Ypsilanti, corner Cross and Adams
Cars run on City Time. Coupon tickets, 10
cents. For sale by conductors.
FINE JO$ fgIN ;INa,
AT LOW PRICES.
2 o'clock on Fixtures and Ease-
Judge McKay, the "6o-day man"
who never materialized in Ann Ar-
bor, created considerable sensation
during the summer, on the bench in
Kansas. He issued decrees without
any reference to the law and was
finally restrained by the Supreme
Court of the State.
The Princetonian contains a me
morial upon the death of Frederick
Brokaw, last year's catcher, who was
drowned at Elberon, N. J., while
endeavoring to rescue a young wo-
man. Herbert Mapes, the celebrated
hurdler of Columbia, was drowned
off Block Island, near Nantucket,