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October 26, 1891 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-26

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Ti WE ARE THE PEOPLE. - - ANN ARBO1R ORGAN COMPANY,~
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New We'eroome - - - - - - - - Corner off Main and .Liberty Streets.
Iwill "Open the Baill' by placing a ine stock ot Guitars, Blanjos, etc.
-AT--The latest in the miarket, mianfactured by Rutfus Waterh ouse,
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. New York, Cleveland Brown& Co., Bloston, and Cut-
ter' & Crossette, Chicago, at
Find W'=z ~ma= s:cS~roRE,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City. "~ Sign ot the RE]) S'11ll?.
= 7-.- T= = .E = 'r>-=_GO TO _
Oahng to the I ciamion of Patents, we ane selli- Nickei Plated Cestenraft Lamtpsaot
greatly edel tcaeP-os. $150will goaslfatis yearas $2 50 oldlastyre . uf--~~-
RED STAR' OIL SAFEST AND BEST inMYarke, t,lcrd in oneFrHGHSuLSrTIOIG
ownsCantoCutome nally p,- ar~t the City ait Ucoals te-nallon. --FrHGETCASAIRN.
OIL CANS of allolsizsand fat Lowvest Trice. Shoe nBrusucs, nlackion and Tairt1
Articles at On --ThirtaleIt than usuaol taices,.Ni-st Gools, ties Fill (roods. nest Winter Goods. Full Dress Suitings,
b7.ffp7f-7 ilk T'estings, Os ercoltingo. Londo>n Sluitings. 'I'roitoelringo a specially.
D +' PL ' u, A ye~a Largest aid nst complete stock ini the city, at the losvest laices. Pleaise cliii
an xmn.44 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - - - - - ANN ARBOR, IuCH. NO" EAST AiSHIN\GTZON ST., near Maiti.

SELL.
AND ALL
aXa 8fadGIfls'gC 05p lI1S,
Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FRESII LTITOIES, LIC.
We kep hue vecy test litne of
Itn the Cit.
Lease Orderscornall
A'THLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
Wh/atl yo u citt, ooirherieei/ttill be
c/"i/hI, ot
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
O60IDEPT7IL { FOTHFi
STUDENTS'5HEAnQIUARTEnS.
"Bonys," if youarse lonoktag fnc any if your
frieds, tate a elaie in the Occidental Hontel
silica Inc tettsines. You will 8surely'sea
thetm. Five o'clock diner, Sundays. Special
rattCeos1.vts
* YOURttTRADE
A.RFYEII & SON
Je. B. MIDDLECOFF,
Type-Writing,
Short-Hatead 51 itsoaauoeia, Theoe, Cor-
reeieotdesca, Leelaren, asanProofs for
39SouatS Pubatsionoatantkitnds. Univ. Ave.
BILLIARD PARLORS
Elegantly refitted daring the pall summer,
Nice lunch maunter in connetion.
BUTTS '& HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STRET, ANN ARB~OR.

THE CAMPUS. The Sophomore Medics Election. Chemnical1z Physical Apparatus
De Pauw defeated Butler last. Saturday morning Mr. Budgetti -"-
wae 32 to 20. was chosen president olt of four canl- Co Pe and
There will be a meeting of the didates,Miss Wheeler, vice-president; Rare Checns, Micrtacopecal Suopplies,
Oratorical Association on Thursday Miss Bishop, secretary; M\r. Wal- EBERIBACHL & SON.
evening, in roonm 24, 7:30 o'clock ton, treasurer. -THE AROUSe-.
sharp. No Field Dav This Fall- IZ J1 rI I&
WV. B. Ward, I. C. Feihle, XV. .- AT LOW PRICdES.
Drew. E. C. Shields and G. H. The athletic directors, at thteir
Sibley compose thne 'p class lax meeting otn Saturday, deciderd not FIRST NATIONAL BANK
cmite.to hold field day this fall. A game OP ANN ARB~ORd.
commi(talo Capital, $100,0t000.Surplus and Profitt, $30,000.
Thepitrutcy epatusnt xpclsof foot-ball with Butler, the 'hi cansacts a getteral tatnkingtusinaets, for-
to 101 n a trog elvenfor ilestale rhampiotns, will be played. for travelers atbroad.cnleea lrae
roasstcinant sronglap.Teleis iorthe Routine busitness v-as transacted at C. 1. iRICHMONDI,lPres. P. BACH, C.Preas.
classchamionshp. Tere i plety oe meeting. S .cfboCsir
of good niaterial; all thant is tneedetl * -
is proper training to make a very Andreas Dippel. O- RA NGEl-R'S

strong leant.
Mr. WV. T. Livingston, of thec firm
of R. H. Fyfe & Co., Detroit, weill
he in Ann Arbor, at the Cook House,
with full line of the celebrated
Fyfe Foot-Form" sporting, danc-
ing and street seocs, for the inspec-
lion of students, Motnday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 26,
27, 28 and 2S,
Senior Law Election.
TFhe senior lawvs finishted their class
election ott Saturday nmorning. Thec
conmplete list of officers is as follows:
President, Alex. C. AltacKenzie, of
Ohio; first-vice president, J. A. Bo-
lard, of taennsylvattia; second vice
president, H. A. Snmith, of Utah;
necretary, AST. J. M~anny, of Illinois;
treasurer, P. Sharpe, of North Da-
kota; prophet, J. G. Erdlitz, of
Michigan; historian, J. W. Dawson,
of Oregon; manager of field sports,
A. H. Seymour, of Michigan; vale-
dictorian, J. E. Roberts, of Califor-
nia. Roberts was elected by one
majority over Wentworth, and his
election will be contested.

In all probability Ite Choral
Union will be able to secure Andreas
Dippel, the celebrated tenor, an one
of the soloists in the rendering of
"The Damnation of Faust." Mr.
Dippel wan the leading tenor at the
Metropolitan Opera House last year,
and received the most flattering'
press notices in New York, Brook-
lyn; Boston, Philadelphia, Balti-
more and other eastern cities.
Medic Rush.
On Friday msorning an old-tinne
rush occurred on the north stairs of
the msedical building. The fresh
dents and freshl nedics forgot the
unwritten laws of the msedical de-
partmtent, and endeavored to cause
down the north stairs. They wvere
met by a long line of upper-clans-
men, who filled up the stairwvay fronm
the upper stairs to the lower door-
way with a compact mass, which it
was well nigh impossible to move.
The struggle went on with vigor for
some minutes, when Dr. Campbell
appeared upon the scene, and order.
ed the freshmen to go down the
south stairway.!

SOLNow opens for eeptons ot Pupils.
WAGNER a CO.,
Tai]lors and "{
{+ KurnisherP3
218S. MAIN STREET.
A Large Stock of
SEASONABLEa WOOLENS.
All thle Novelties in
MEN'S FINE FURNISHINSs.
We leave the Best Steme Laun diy.

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