THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ' ( wANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY,::9
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company. rl F'4 ., .7T. T,..O,. Cd.,.d
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I will "Open the Ball" by placing a tine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find 7IIOS 's Mvrs7 &rom,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.
Owing 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 as $2 50 would last year.
"RED STAR" OIL SAFEST AND BEST in Msarket, 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 atOne-Third less thanusual Prices.
E T + & cMPAnY.
OUI L D R FOR THIS WEEK.
Pique Bosom, Utica Muslin.
Cheap at $i.oo. OUR PRICE, ONLY 69 CENTS.
A. L. NOBLE, Leading Clothier and Hatter.
;.---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.
44 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
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o fuGICsdBS ' uppliES,
Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FESH LU\TOHES, ETC.
we keep the very best line of
In the City.
Leave Orders for all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
What you modiiatud the Price will be
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BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
OCMIDEITlILi :i 1OThL
"Boys," if you are lookingf tr any o your
criends, tahe a chair in the Occidental Hotel
ofsieefor tess minustes. Yao soll surely ae
them. Five o'clock dinner, Sandays. Special
y! HAVE EARNED AN
x rFOR US FR a18 rRs,
J. B. MIDDLECOFF,
Short-Hsand and Mimeographing, Theses, Cor-
resoutdetgectoealso Proofs fsr
39 South Publicatan of uinda. Univ.Ave.
Elegantly refitted during the past summer.
Nice lunch counter in connection-
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
95 foot-ball meeting Saturday, at
E. A. Cress, law 'gi, is in a law
office at Pana Ill.
Remember the S. C. A. medical
social, this evening.
Erwin Arlodd, law '92, was mar-
ied during the summer.
Tom Jones, '90 medic, is practic-
log it Knoxville, Ten.
Senior medics will have their class
election Saturday morning.
Banjo club examination Saturday,
Oct. 17, room 24, at 2 p. m.
Alpha Nu literary society holds
opening exercises Saturday night.
Senior laws commence text-book
work in Lube's Equity next week.
S. C. A. Sunday morning meeting
will be addressed by Prof. D'Ooge.
Dr. Rogers, '90, who was Dr.
Gibbs' assistant last year, is now
located in Vassar.
Messrs. Colby, Churchill, Wilson
and Miss Carr, make up Dr. Car-
Timotheus Taminosian, the Syrian
Smedical student, became an Ameri-
can citizen Oct. 13.
The Pontiac students of the Uni-
versity were pleasantly entertained
this week by one of their number.
W. F. Fee, formerly with '93
medics, has entered the P. and S.,
J. M, Miller and Miss Johnson
were maried during the summer.
J. M. is going to hang out a shingle
at Los Angeles, Cal.
It is said that Oxford University
has expressed its willingness to send
an eight-oared crew to Chicago for
the World's Fair, provided it can be
assured that American college crews
will be there to compete.--Ex.
The '94 medics have petitioned
the medical faculty, asking to be
excused from the course in Physiolo-
gy this semester.
The new University of Chicago,
which will owe its existence mainly
to the endowment of John D. Rocka-
feller, is to have a model scientific
school in connection with it.
The world's two-mile bicycle rec-
ord has again been broken by G. F.
Taylor, of Harvard, who has lowered
it from 4.49 to04.48 4-5-
The University Track Athletic
Cup annually striven for by Yale
and Harvard is a trophyworth $500,
purchased by an alumni fund.
Bucknell publishes this year four
numbers of a paper called the Daily
Commencement News, for which a
special staff of editors is appointed.
Aaron L. Chapin has presented
to Beloit College a magnificent dor-
mitory worth $25,ooo. The furn-
ishing is in the best style, yet char-
ges are but fifty cents a week.
Chemical Physical Apparatus
c C. P. and
Rare Chemicals. Microscopical Supplies,
EBERBACH & SON.
FTINZ jOZ fgIbN~;Ie)
AT LOW PRICES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $100,000. Surplu and Profits, $30,000.
Transacts a general banking business, for-
eign exchange sold, letters of credit procured
for travelers abroad.
C. H. RICHMOND, Pres. P. BACB, V. Pres.
S. W. CLARKSoN, Cashier.
SCHOOL FOR DNING
Now opetu for receptiotn of Pupils.
NOTICE.-There will be a meeting
at 9 a. m. Saturday, in room K, of Tail orp and .+
students electing course XI in histo-
ry, except those who-were selected
for the Wednesday section.
NOTICE.-The women of the vari-
ous departments and classes of the
University are requested to meet in
the chapel Saturday afternoon, Oct.
17, from 5 to 6 o'clock.
NoTIce, - Freshman foot ball
meeting, Saturday, Oct. 17. at to
a. m. in Room A.
NOTICE.-All those who have not
paid their Gym. subscriptions will
greatly oblige the committee by re-
mitting amount of subscription to
T. H. HINCHMAN, Treasurer,
67 E. Washington-st.
Game called 3:30.
21 S. MAIN STREET.
A Large Stock of
All the Novelties in
MEN'S FINE FURNISHINGS.
We have the Best Steam Laundry.