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October 24, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-24

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TKE U ) MDAILY
15 SHOIG-
I,173, 7 5 Vooadwa vd AssaveneDeroiM: "! Fi .I D R E I
Ch11IyCLOTHN HAS ND0,F
hatoLst ~LNUovocsloo rivlr v D
NEW BOOK STORES,
6 S thMIIlv Street.44 SOL P State Street
UNIVLRSIFTY TX T-BOOKS, s Z C)T I 0 z .,'
Medicali BooksLawB oks, uIvAic ltOOKS, ALL. KINDS,
All Btooks used i City Schools. St ideuts, Note Books anot Pads, Draft-
(onidete Life of Sporting Goods, tugtIistriuments.
Large t o-tt of Fomotainl Pepis. A Warranted Founitaini Pen (Gold) for$15)
-INCL DING-
Wright's Healtb Underwear.
Black Underivear. Medlicott Gioods,
Natural Wool, and Cheaper Gr ades.
T"his --Display --is --Unsurpassed.
G. H. WILD,
Is stiowiug theI Lioest St ooOf MlPut Ireus uititugs ill the maiket.
Att the tatest shades al?i ovelttes ito ro-eiiings aiid
Osercroatings. Fiiie Vests ealiltie hid ot'
No. 2 E. Washington St, near main. G. H. WILD.
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
TAILOR I iF6DR ,EJ
The hest place to get a
fifjs ± QjjAS@:+ J1
MADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
bpecicil Valuep!
Gents' Fast Black Hose,
Gtents',All- Wool Hose, fp
Extra Quality Suspenders, tn
Superb Assortmaent of Tiesa,
All-Linen Initial Handkerchiefs]
$.1 SPECIAL LEADERS
Y_--1iN--
No, WHITE SHIRTS
E, F. MILLS3S, 00.,
Popular Dry Goods and Carpet Store.
20 South Main.
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY LOWEST PRICES
j Ou LAMPS, in this city. You witt save money hy tutying of us. Our
lIED STAhR " OIL has no equal, horns without odor, or
charring of wick and gives a clear white tight.
Suld at lii cents pser gallon, delivered to any part cit the city.
IBUSINESS DPEOTCEY.
ANN ARRAVINGS BANS,
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
;3(i MAIN STREET,
Sleilatninpaid to repairing W~atches
M. W. BLAKE,
44 SOUTH MAIN ST,
pE.AN & co.
THE CAMPUS.
Misses Damon and Penny gatve
atrgesveSlraunipr}t Miss Penny,'s last evecuing.
The folloswinig is the permianeut
Glee Club for 's-1 First
tennois, AWni. Williartz, '9 1 Lit,
E. II. Chteney, '93 Lit, W. Ilarri-
muau,'92 Lit, E. C. Peters, '93
Lit, W . L. Webste5r, '93 :Dent;
second tenors, J. A. Jameson, '91
Lit, 11. -Richardson, '92 Lit, A.
M. Cross, '91 Law; first bassos,
C. T. Alexander, '92 Law, E. B.
Spaulding; '92 Dent, E. W. Wal-
ter, '92 Lit, Morris, '92 Law;
second bassos, J. 0. Ballard, '91
medic, 11L M. Joy, '93 medic, J.
Mitchell, '91 Law, and HJ. F.
Worden, '94 Lit. J. A. Jameson
is president of the club; W. Ramn-
sey, '92 Law, mnanager, and
Messrs. Alexander, Williartz, Bal-
lard and Peters compose the ex-
ecutive committee.
The following is the program
of Alpha No to-morrow night
Vocal solo, Miss Armstrong ;
recitation, A. E. Jenks; essay,
Thomas Kerl; paper, F. L.
Moore; vocal solo, Miss Arm-
strong; discussion: Resolved,
"That the Presidential Term be
Extended to Six Years, and that
the President be Debarred from
Re-election "; vocal solo, Miss ( PICTURES,
Armstrong.AR tOS
W. Metcalf, jr., and F. W. FERDON 1
McKee, formierly '19,>3 ts r a AGINAW GAN
Burton Strait, '93 whit playetl J.I
left entd tackle ontor team last TI ' 7
year, is playing substitue on the Repairinitseciais
Corniell foot-ball team. 0. M.
Thomas C. Fulton, formserly '193 Cloth Cas*
Lit, is in the Law department at _ . _AND) COt
Cornell. RINSEY
Bakers
Prof. B. At. Thompson attended Groceries, Provi
the reunion of the 7th Michsigan 6JadHIE
Cavalry at Battle Creek this week. oMal
L.ADIES' and
Several Sophomores were called iRepaiing neat:
mu the other looming to have a GRo
"'pleasant" little chat with Prexy, e) ACADEMY
about the advaintages and needs
of the University, and especilally Opposite
did lie press them to give an ac- Pupis wili be re
count of the part they took in the sesuen.
disturbing the Freshman meetig 47 hws
in Room A, last Saturday. The Sleew esBt]
Tacoma, V
blanched and anxious faces tbey lanc
The Wisconisit
wore as they filed out of lisa colt- Pacific lines rn
sultation room, showed that tlteir tihuled anid Colo
' Chlicago and9
interview had been anything but Pertland, Oregc
pleaant.as the "Pacific
leaan.Gland Central
The electric railway engine theItcornro
gave out to-day and it is probable Fer tickets, bert
that the cars will not run till next onist Sleepers,e
Ttaoas'sow, City
week. Agent, 205 Clai
Colubiahasthebes elvenEDDY, Depot
Coluibi ba thebes elvenCentral Passeng
she has ever had. Avenue andlla
Ill.
FRmAMES, A ND
it West Hares St.
-UMBER YARD,
frerc sfuitddenier in
iG SAWED LUM BER
St ait DtieilSi.
HALLER
ity.
.MARTIN,
ALEI N
kets, Metallic
,IMON COFFINS.
l & SEABOLT,
,and dealers in
/sions,Flour and Feed,
Wasshington 5t.
N WOTZKE,
Akereof fie
d GE7N SSO ES.
fly doe. 434 5. Main St.
tANGER'S
OF DANCING,
Law Building.
icled at any time durinlg
ibuled and Colonist
tween Chicago and
Wash., and Port-
di Oregon.
a. Cenitral anid Northern
through Pullman Yes-
luist Sleepers haetween
Tacoa, ash., and
on. The train knowni
Express" leaves the
Passenger Statien, at
Fifth Avenue and
rat 10:45 P. M. daily.
tha in Pullman or Col'
etc., apply to Gao. X.
yPassenger and Ticket
irk Street, or to F. J.
Ticket Agent, Grand
ger Station, corner Ffth
arrison Street, Chicago

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