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October 26, 1891 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY

THE TWO SAMS.
AGENTS FOE-
i6"YOUMANS" AND KNOX HATS. -

The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,

Novelties in Neckwvear. Latest in Fui
Call andl see uss.

ruishi ngs.

2 7 AND 29 MAtN ST., ANN ARBOR.
L_. BLI1'U . N. ti.-We still have a nice assortment of Light Weight Overcoats
to be closed out at Greatly Reduced Prices.

Alh A ortollbRllY C DJ L. GEORGE L. M OR uces + t +
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL. A Fultitine of alCollege Text Boots, including Low cot Medical Ook, bytie 0etcVt
CALL. ON Cheapest ptace foreJNote Books cod Fouolcis Pomino the eitr. Feeshmen crowdin. C(me along
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. 2t STA -Z I.JZ=R9 otdeewndsnow ae (ave my entirestoet at aiy store on NO. 6 S. MALT ST.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. No. 11 WES'r WAoSI1NGOrN STREET. C-+=o. z.. 2 .c =_s.

WAHR'S DOOKSTOR, D01
Every Stutdent will save money bsy huying Uciv-eroity Text-Btc~ooiln all
special discout con LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS. DENIAL 1300.
I'nis es il . 51,0 IiBlank Blooks at lootest prices.
C='4 . 55ilCt usul ist xsas

Ricshrnonnd Straight Qcf.tt Sophomore Election.
No. 7.
CIGARETTES. The sophoomoreshleldl a large aod
cigarette PSmokers whoenscuistic meeting in Room A,
N are willing tososy alittle
inore thans she priceSatcrday morning. rise utmost
xciharged toe the ocdissors odfeigprvl Rv it
traestCigarettes.,still fnsea fein realed.Re.Bt
TessTnissAcD superice Sc
u-all others. trick lirimblecome, the fanouss pro-
afThe Riehsmcnd Straight
Cat No.1 Cigar-ettrs are made ti-cm the hright- hibition orator, seas elected presi-
et, most delilcately flavcred and highest costt eto h is alt h
Geld Lest groste ie Virginia. Thisnisthe Olddetothfisbal.Te class,
and Original Brand cf Straight Cat Cigarettesntoteedwhging hs
and wan hrought cathbyas ia the year 1870. notcnele ihgivighmti
Beware at imitation, andse nre that the
firm name as helow is an every paehage. honor, farther showed thesr appre-
The ALLEN & GINTER Branch ito ofhsmn ulie b
Or the American TobaccoeCo., eaio fhi ay quaite, by
Manfacurrs,- RihmndVigina.giving him the vice-presidency.
tIiu tjagja Sjag; fkeHerman B .Krogman was elected sec-
_________~ retary and treasurer. After the elec-
CaPital, &50ies. SupspandaiPeafits, $17,0W. to h usinofafo-alrs
Doces a general Hanking husiness. ePars in-10 tsqutinoafo-hlruc
terestaon Saving Dleposits. Haccsafety or a tog-of-war with the freshmen
Dleposit Hcxes toeritent.
R. KEMPS, SPres. F. H. HELPER, Casihier. was debated. At first the "risahers"
Bank ovsen Saturdav evening.
carrietd the day, but soon better
Ann Arbor Savings Bank council prevailed, and it was de-
Ans Arbcr Mich. Capital Stockt,$50,000,
Scrplus, $100000. clded to challenge the freshsmen to
Organised ceder thse Geeral Hanhing Laws
cf this state. HectivesOeosits, hays and a tuof-a ob edNvme 4
sells exchangeon the prsncipal cties cf the g-fwrlbhedNvm r ,
United Staes. Drafts cashedi upce prcper each side being enltitled to twventy-
identifiction. Officers
CHSIANscMACa, Prs., seis. E. C. Shields seas elected
WP.LD. H ARIMAN, Vice Pres.,
CHAS. N. Hisca, Cashier. captain of the lug-of-wear team. A

1

W N rBUJIESS PILEOIOE.Y
GILL. STIOW 'S
1.1VERNlsA,'lACEAND BlAlliAllE tINE.
suppls 5ittsHeadquariter s. W low1110cc tsdeeorwtr ais, pcotiesveeldddicgs, ete.,
KS9, 111 sliiii, eveey Bsooicusedin llltern'eli-plonetc's.21N diii 5St.o. ost ffice.is
- MISS JUDITH GRAVES,
I'I AN I--
Uiest (geades '-riiclii. Applly sit Wilseys O
1y. Nii Stioic0lur. _____
-TIE - EXLCES.SlOI2 - .AUNI'NRV
The Cornell Game. Hao all the i~impred malchiniery, anis cpre.
piaredl 5t itrn iout firsc las wr- nsoriu i lct sic-
tice. Commsssecili workctuused-uout osame day.
Prices resniicbll-e niwo isiisoseeii. No-
M'anager Varralslhscreeived i ldiFaecHureoncet. A ,. (1 slE115, 5'i ueric.
word that Cornell will he uilhe to 0. M. MARTIN,
DEAL.ERtIN
play MligZan on 'Thanksgiving Day Cloth Caskets, Metallic
in Chicago. It has been learned- ANI) COdMMO5N CO5FINS. __
the Unsiveroity Club of Chicago lis J. A. POLHEMUS,
offered Cornell a higher gularantee OT IV= 8- TJ =
ALSO SITS HACK AND BSAGGAGE LINE.
thani Michigan did, and the date has Noirths Sale Street.
therefore been cancelled. An effort RINSEY & SEABOLT,
is bing ade o arang a gme ahern and dealern in
is ein mae t arang a ameGroceries, Provision s,Flour and Feed,
wills Cornell in Chicago for lice 28th, e nd 85E.WashingtnSt.

two Gays tollowing 5lhanksgiving.
Word has been received from Wash-
ington University, of St. L.ouis, Mo.
to arrange a game for Thanksgiving
at St. Louis. Before this is accept-
ed, the management will await Cor-
nell's reply.
NoTrIce-All memtberso if the
junior Lase Foot-hall Teasrn will
nieet daily on ltce campus fisr pra-
tice..IBy order of the captains.

J. HALLR,
Reprriing aspecislty. OP6SOUTHi MAsN ST.
J. ID. S IMvSOlT & ON~S
statie .treet Grocers.
Stsidents platronaige especilly solicited.
24 S. STATE STREET.

You Probably Isave some Blroken Arti-
cle of
JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT
OF REPAIR,
W M. ARN O LD, 36MAIN STREET,
tIselse Plane ts go.
, ANDAL
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS!
305Etrn Sre et
SHaORTHAND TAKE A
COURSE.
IT 'W1161,-F*T .'O57 ~m t dS 4 50bssi q1e
Building,'5 South Shite street.

tax of 25 cents ws then levied on
thse memsbers of the class to meet~
list expenses of last years foot-hall
team. H. B. Krogman was elected
a director of the foot-hall team to~
fill a vacancy. The class cane de-
cided upon is one of plain French
crab-apple wood, with a crooked
handle. The lower part of the han-
dle is furnished with a spiral, oxid-
ized silver plate, on which to -en-
grave 'the name of the .owner. The,
cane is very neat and tasty, asnd the
aophomore's heart swellsswith-p6 e
as he gazes at it. 1

NOTICs.-Ail candtidlates for '951I
foot-hall eleven are requiestedto 1
appear daily on the campus for 0 E
practice. Coti.
NOTIcE-A brown overcoat was I
left on the tennis field, corner of ( -Ai
tngalls and Washington streets, on1
Tuesday evening. Finder will re l yrl + ~1
tymas's, 27 N. University ave.
NOTICE--A meeting of represent -_______________
atives of the fool-a11 captains of the
class teams in th literary fdepsit
ment, and the department Seams :in 1 '
the. other- departmfents is aldfor
ooel 'this 'onday -evening, 4in
Psi Upsilon hamsi.
-R._ T. FARRAND.,, 71,Fort St.. Weft, - Detroit. 1M ch.

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