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October 23, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-23

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
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CLOTHING 11,HOUSEt odar veu,
"Nles CLOTI NG- ;iE J1I;# \tIi}
-THE NEW COLLAR-
Th is is e-ctel -
intgly p6 ular
with Avell-dress-
ed -(rentleiiin-
Wve carry a full
line of the justly
cel ebruated
Crown Collars
andl Cuffs and
Monarch Shirts.
': L_._tsL KoVoiIL3 A
EDcavj ~ . .,,v
INEW BOOK STORES,
6 South Masiq Strut. 44 S rq State Street
S(Z)T 1=
f
UNIVEr :ztTzY TEXT:z- 130tKS TKlTTO T r rG. H. WILD,
Medical-Books, Law CB Is, BLANKcBOOKtS, ALLt. tt-,I.! 4 -.NV..
All iooiks teed it(lSoin . i tt(lCtlNote IBooks iatitiPads. Draft- Is 'diow illote -a s tiekofI' 111Ul"S ;oitl-s ,~il tie motiL
o.£IItit ELle ttof Sipot,liiYG oods. in'..Intelri tti . All tie IdlSt Shatdes to itot ttte('s il i't I 'lts t i ntti
LatrgeStock of Fot otaittPeits. A WVarratdd otitittlii en Gld) for $1.:a0. No. 2 E. Washington St , near Main. Q. H. \ /ILD
JAMES M.STAFFORD,
TAILOR 1HI6R1R
lThe 1 eat place to get a
-MADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - MICH.
Special Valuep!
Gients' Fast Black itose,
Gents',All-Wool Bose, (p
Extra Quality Suspenders, 25
Superb Assortment of Ties,
All-Linen Initial Handkerchiefs
$100) SPECIAL LEADERS
50.--IN--
cet WHITE SHIRTS
PI F, MILLSG Co.,
Popular Dry Goo" ad Carpet Sture.
20 South Main.
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY a LOWEST PRICES
On LAXMPS, inthiis cit. Yot ill si ave montey bjy butyitg tof tts. Our
RED) STA-1 7 OIL lies no eqtutl, bitrns without otdor, or
chiarrinig otf wick antd gives a cleair awhite ligltt.
Sol at 1t) centts pter gailoit, deliveredl to anty part of tlte cite.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & GO.
THE CAMPUS.
Prof. Trueoblooid wiil give a re-
cital before thto Epwortlt League
of the Methodist clitrcht ini le-
Prof. ICI. iFE. Coletsp ~enit yso-
tertlav inlDetrtt.
Prof. Spaulidinig wiil deliver ite
Stundayt addtrossichtapel.
Mcccss K . I.Moore, 5. 13.
Gruibbs, J. W. Dulrfee, W. C. Co-
nant, F. Jeoromttaitd W.' Platt loft
for Chicago yesterday to attend
the Delta U. conventioni.
There will be a meeting of -thie
Chemical Society, Oct. 2-1, in
room A of the Chenmical Labora-
tory.
Thiere- are no papers edited by
the students of the colleges of
England.
The fintest college building in
America is at Syracuse University.
It was (lie gift of John Cronse and
cost $700,0)00.
Six Siamese students have beent
sent by the governmient of Slamn
to be educated in this country.
They go to Westminster College,
New Wilmington, Pa.
Hereafter the University of the
City of New York will admit
women to the, classes in the law
course on the same conditions as
men.
Mr. Campbell, who wvas recemit-I
ly appoinitedl Instructor iii Cherm-
istry, has not beent able to itteel
his classes, ovitig to sirltiess.
lHe is at preset at taieItomte inC
.Detroit.
The Tale cinptlus is ttolieI
adorned withi a bromize statue of ex-
Presidetnt Woolsec-, at a cost of
.;15,10 0t.
1Rev. A. d. {Covell, Lit. '85,
was recently ordainied pastor cof
the Conigregatiomial church at
Flint.
In the record of the tennis
chamrpionshiip, published yester-
day, Harvard should have had 5
singles Slid 4 doubles, and Yale 3
singles and 3 doubles. This
makes Harvard the chamulion int-
stead of Yale.
At the Yale fall regatta held
last Saturday, '93 beat '92; and
lie Sheffield Scientific School
Freshmen beat lie Academic
Freshmen for the first time in 13
years.
All Republican students of the
University are requested to meet
in the Law building at 7' o'clock
sharp, Friday evening, Oct. 24,
to march in line to the rink, to
bear Hon. J. C. Burrows. Seats
will be reserved for students in
line ouly.
L3VIJS1ESS PIPSIQICLY7.
ANN A~RR AS'NM BANK=
WM. ARNOLD,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
l3i MAIN SREET,
S retiaattenititontpteaid is reptairig Watcties
a(.a«"try
M. W. BLAKE,
IPICTURE+S, ERIAIRES, A N D
ART GOODS. 10 West HurenStA.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manifactreritif attittiiertin
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM BER
C(itFouthaniducet Sts.
kJ. HALLER
46 SOTHti it AINST.
0. M.MIARTiN,
DElALER iIN
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
ANtDCOMtMON COFFINS.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
linkers addtetaiers in
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
6____ anti 5 F. tasitgin St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Makeraof ine
L.ADIES3' anid GENTrwS' SOES.
Mepntrin'neatiy done. 4.3tS. Main St.
GRANGER'S
4ACADEMY OF DANCING,3
Opposite L~aw Buildingx.
Pup~ils silt be received ni nnr tine daring
the sasonn.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash.. and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wisconsin Cenitral and Nor-thern
Pacific lines run through Pullman Yes-
tibuled and Colontist Sleepers between
Chicago and Tacoma, Wash., and
Portland, Oregon. The traini knob i
as (lie"Ptacific Express" leaves lie
GI and Cenitral Passenger Station, at
the corner of F'iftlh Avenue and
Harrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. daily.
For tickets, berths in Pullman or Col-
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gxo. K.
TnompsoN, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 2015 Clark Street, or to F. J.
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
Central Passenger Station, corner Fifthi
Avenue and Harrison Street, Chicago
Ill.

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