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October 19, 1891 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-19

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
-WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY,s
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New Warerooms, - - - - - - - - Corner of Main and Liberty Streets.

I will "Open the Ball" by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
-AT---
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find ?i=ssw's o M Usic S cosR,
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 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.
S EAfl + & + .OmPAn Y.
44 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - - - - - ANN ARBOR, MICH.

OUR LID[ f FOP THIS WEEK.
Pique Bosom, Utica Muslin.
.A SI=ZETD)27D
Cheap at $i.oo. OUR PRICE, ONLY 69 DENTS.
A. L. NOBLE, Leading Clothier and Hatter.
GO TO
---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
and exaine.
NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Main.

RE OLLY CO
SELL
AND ALL
xttsGudEnIs 'iuppliEs,
ice Cream, Soda Water, and
ThESII LIRICIES, ETC.
we keep the very best line of
In the City.
Leave Orders for all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
What 1you iant, a/ he Price wiii be
rig/il, at
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
OGIDE 17ITi +12OTEL
STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS.
"Boys," it youare looking tr anytat our
friends, tahe a chair is the Ocidental fHotel
ofitce for ten minutes. You will surely see
tlem. Five o'clock dinner, Sundays. Special
raatesn.0 wa
HAVE EARNED AN
ENVIABLE
REPUTATION
FOR Us FOR 18 YRS.
Y OUR TRADE
SOLICITED
A. D. SEYLER & SON
Opp. Court House.
J. B. MIDDLECOFF,
Type-Writing,
Short-Hand and Miaeographing, Theses, Cor-
respoandence, Lgctures, also Proofs fsr
39 Soath Pubticatin of all inds. tni. Ave.
BILLITALPDPRLOR
Elegantly refitted durieg the past summer,
Nine lunch saunter in connectien.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

THE CAMPUS,
Dr. Dunn, 't medic, is quite ill.
F. M. Thorns, '91 medic, is prac-
ing in North Lansing,
The senior "barbs" (independ-
ents) at Northwestern University
elected their man, president.
A. C. Tagge, lit '92, is teaching
science in the schools at Monroe,
Mich.
R. W. Thayer, 'gn lit, is princi-
pal of the schools at Manistee,
Mich.
G. S. Curtiss, '91 lit, is principal
pal of the schools at Plymouth,
Mich.
William Wilhartz, 'gi, member of
last year's Glee Club, is the father
of a bouncing baby boy.
Garrie Green Van Schoonhoven,
'91 pharmic, of Salt Lake City, is to
be married next month.
M. C. Shafer, 'go law, was admit-
ted to practice at the September'
term of the Supreme Court of Ohio.
NOTICE.-There will be a meet-
ing of the S. C. A. board this after-
noon at5 o'clock in Alpha N uhall.
A. D. Rich, lit '9g1, is studying
law in a Chicago law office during
the day and teaching during the
evening.
Foot-ball games: Princeton 30,
Lehigh o; Yale 28, Stagg's eleven
0; Lafayette 28, Haverford o; Har-
vard 26, Technology o.
Mrs. Hotchkiss has presented to
the board of trustees of the Yale
Preparatory School, of which she is
the founder, the'sum of $275,000 in
cash. Of this sum $75,000 will be
expended upon a building, and
$2oo,ooo will be used as an endow-
ment for the professorships. In ad-
dition to this gift Mrs. Hotchkiss
has presented to the trustees a tract
of 75 acres of land.--Ex.

Michigan's touch-down on Satur-
day was made by Hayes, who broke
through the line, took the ball from
the quarter-back and rushed over
the line.
Smith Burnham, captain of the
Albion team, is the right man in
the right place. He is very cool,
clear-headed, and had his men under
perfect control.
Captain Van Inwagen, of the foot-
ball eleven, lost a long gray overcoat
i at the fair grounds on Saturday. He
will be obliged to the finder if it is
returned to the Psi U house.
De Pont was disabled in the first
half of Saturday's game. He was
deliberately "slugged" by an Albion
player. His eye was completely
closed five minutes after he was
struck.
Dr. S. M. Yutzy, '91, the newly
appointed assistant demonstrator of
anatomy, arrived Friday. Work in
the anatomical laboratory begins
this afternoon for both dental and
medical students.
Messrs. Burnham, Anderson,
Schultz and Carr, members of the
Albion team, were entertained by
the Sigma Chis during their stay
here. Several of the team were
also entertained by the Delta Taus.
The '94 medics have decided to
challenge the '95 medics to a rugby
game instead of indulging in the
customary rush. The athletic com-
mittee of the '94 medic class, con-
sists of Glidden, Murbach and Her-
rington.
Bogle & Marquardt is the title of
a new law firm in Ann Arbor. Both
are of U. of M. men and old prac-
titioners. Mr. Bogle was prominent
in '83 on account of his vigorous
enforcement of the Kansas prohibi-
tory law, when he was county attor-
ney and Kansashad her only demo.
cratic governor.

Chemical Physical Apparatus
XCP. P.and X
Rare CEemicals, Microscopical Supplies,
EBERBACH & SON.
-eTHE ARGUSS-
FIN Z Joy INr IN@,
AT LOW P'ICES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital,$SIO,OO0. Surplus and Profits, $30,000.
Transacets a genieral banhing tbssiness, far-
eig exchange sod, lettersotcredit prsured
for travelers abroad.
C. H. RICHMOND, Pres. P. BACH, V. Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
Now open for reception of Pupils.
WAGNER c 00,
TailOP and a".
*- Furnisherp,
21 S. MAIN STREET. .
A Large Stock of
SEASONABLE WOOLENS.
All the Novelties in
MEN's FINE FURNISHINGS.
We have the Best Steam Laundry.

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