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October 27, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-27

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
AT THE TWO SAMS,
SMOKING JACKETS~
THE NEW ASCOTT.
Anl Arlor Stoufi Ell~dfY. VOORHEIS & ETS
BEST WORK IN THE. CITY!T STATE ST, TAILORS,
WORR CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK.
. I rPECIt A -.TES rTDNnTS.
Office, - 23 South Fourth Ave. CAtLL ANLUJU3EE US, '
EV7!T1Y S ==T
Of Old U. of M. should have a
Univer~ity of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guarauteod every inchi of the road.
Violint aind Guitar Strings, 1t0 ets.; Ila1ujo and Mandolin Strings,
5 ets. Evrything in proportio.
L. If. ( letn t, . L NITGLL ?I A.I T 07OGAlN Co.
: s MinsTBR A .D E A .2'
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORNERt MAJN AND HURON STREETS.
LARGST' STOCK Or TottsMr Goon)S AND FiNE (CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND
CIGAiRTTS IN rTECrTY.
FERGUSON & SLATING,
Genjts' Furnishers anjd $aters
Carry a full line of IIATS, CAPS, NIXKAV EAR, IHOSIERIY, GLOVBES,
UNDERWEAR., Etc. The latest styles and au entire new stocktto select from.
S22. 20YTI T..T -T - .c-R.~
2 -.WAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOW ,...
I verY Stodeit xwill stave meoney by huying University Text-Books aud all supplie i :i'Ileadqnarters. We allowt
special discount on J'AiV BOOKS, MEDSICAL BOOKS, DEN AL BOOKS, in shorit, cvcry Book used in the
SUiversity. .5,000 Blank Books at lowest pricer.
LEADING BOOK STORE IN THlE CITY.
L LI iEES TYLES FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS.
I
___I__' After the :30th of October, no
IN more applicatiotis for advanced
CL OT H IN G credits will ho received, ft is do-
sirablo that such advan ced credits
bsecured before the end of this
CLO TIEII setmester, so tihattliey may appear
OF ALL KINDSIAT in the Calendar.
J. T. JACOBS & CO.'S, ._ ---#.,
THE CAMPUS.
27 AND 29 WAIN STI.
"--='=--The first of the inter-class
L. CRUNER.'9Lavs'9
Denier in gamies, 19Da s.'3Lent, will
tncrig5NS St Z DnStO 's be played to-day. The effect of
It~iigoeNeatly and Promptlr. these class teams iti getting out
I players is already evident. The
Everybody is invited to go to teams will be crude this fall, be-
the skating rink to-night, to wit- cause miost of the men have yet to
'less the exhlibition in lightning learn the game, hut very touch
Painiting. Books sold at auction. jgoo~d will be done in arousing in-
terest in the game and developing
nosy material for next year's
1i hmond Straight Q'cit eleven.
Na. 1
CIGARETTES. The .Senior Law class electioti
yC~anttie snokera nha is . tnoun~ced to be held Saturday,
T _ r r ilng to a y a lttle
mor aethan the iericcov. 8.
E Rugby Directors' Meeting.
The directors decided to setid
the teamt on a wreek's tril) through
Indiana, playitig the colleges of
the Itidiania Leaigiie provided sat-
isfactory arrangenits cats be
ttade as to expetises, and Faculty
consetnt can be obtaitted. Man-
ager Codd was also authtorized to
change date with Cornell f rom thte
15th to the 27th, VTanksgiving~
.Day, if possible. Vise directors
discussed the project of givittg t
foot-ball hop, atid decided to
circulate a subscription list to do-
termnie whether the sttsden'ts will
give it sufficient support. The
tickets will be $5, and the only
date spokets of is Nov. 14.
Nov. 8 was set apart for Field
Day. The evetits will be the reg-
ular ititercollegiate contests. The
entries will be openk to Utilversity
athletes tonly, -atid cats be matde at
atiy titte, to atiy ttetiber of the
boatd of directors. It was the
setitii-ietit of the board that a foot-
ball coach be etnployed, bitt fittalj
actiotnwits not taken.
Toe secretary of the board was
instructed to inquire concerning
the cost of a banner for the foot-
ball chatmpionshsip. The directors
will tneet to-tnorrow to cotmplete
arrangetnents for thto field day
and decide upon thte hop.
Thke I :,,(-' Itisl::-,, tc hand Se oein
tke Statc.t% rt: 3- 3cfortMartin. tWashburn,
iirunao anidt3(aryG(itiacs, tand Dosn, Stew-
art andti enary IBanjos. Best Strings in Ohe
World scat b 5toay adrdess nat 15 cents
eaeli tar iit ita ::.Guiar aird 10ccts ecc
!MILLER'
I-A T8]. 6'S
G 8od~peed'S,
TeIPATENT
Best LET R
FINE PO118PH,
:30 tLast Itarat, St.
JAV. YORE S&SON,
3') M,,nnatarersof
- Bind and Orchetshr
Ban~d and Olnhetln
S07ti far Catalogune.
- Maileci Fcet.
GRIAND RAPIDS,
AtICIIIGAN.
"- THE A RCGUS,=-
AT LOW 1 55(55.
SHORTHAD CURE
T WILL PAY 1 Ot. Sbtc)tHrd Sr+ljINew
Building, 20 Snuth 5tatk Street.
ettiargeti tar tie actimtrs
tttttctCigtarettes, wilind
'eMS ttstANasaerior ta
7 y2 a:ll otetrs.
1n asCigarettes lare tttade Itroitthe righn-
neod L~eat grown in Vrginia.n Tkis ins te Old
an rgittal Brand afS traight Cat Cigarettes,
was brought ant bi usan itthe rear tnt). e
imiite$r ALLa ase is an eovery package.th
th ALE & INTERI trancht
Ofa Othe Amtericatt 'Tobacao Ca..
tanuaturers,,- R ictttndt, Virginia.
VThe annual ineeting of the
Anierican Oriental Society was
held last week, at Princeton.
Toe class of Graduate Laws
will tteet and elect class oflicers
Tesday, Nov. 4.
Prof. Stanley's organ tecital at
Utity Club ltas been postponed
till Friday evetintg, Oct. 31.
Vlie Orange and Crescettt A. C.
teamos will meet for the first titne
this year on November 8, at
Orange.

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