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September 30, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-09-30

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THE LI. OF M. DAILY.
STUDENT'S HEADQUARTERS =777
ATMTBOT' AIS Univers!
Violinamrices lowest,
5 cts. Eey
No other place in the city can yon finda more complete line of Students' ItI. Clement,
Wearing Apparel, than at THE TWO SAMS. 38S Main SL. _
The finest Overcoat Department in the state.
The largest Suit Department in city.
The greatest Hat Itonse in Southern Michigan.
Th ags e' unsigSoei n ro.Call and sees TITW NO SIkMS for anything in our line.B '\
T.,OtJ'S TL=21 LARSIT STOC.
Al.-CIGAsRETTES IN 'Ien
.kiii Arbor S811111111 y VOORHEIS & DIETAS, r
BEST WORK IN THE CITY I STATE ST. TAILORS, SHR
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED, F S LS OK
SPOiECIAL 8SRTES TO TDEiNiTS. LSl I CHO O C
Office, - 23 South Fourth Ave. - IL AND E UJS Will this weekr
FERGUSON &SLATING, STRET,
Day and evenir
Gejb Fiijs es id $ r bcied.CA
s5 Fifr ; sher a .14atter Il lS. Schloeol willl
carry a full line of HATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, IHOSIERIY GLOVES,-Isave taken our con
UNDERXVLEAR, Etc. The latest styles and an entire uew stock to select from, member the place,
28ovQz Ti S.AT ST. - ~ ~ITO. 2C
RY Z' 77 7
Of Old U. of M. should have a
;ity of Michigan Guitar
Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
guitar Strings, 10 cts.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
thing in proportioii
ALLMLEl IGER PIATO &ORGMT CO.
[N'S DRUG STORE
MNR2~ MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
j: U1, TOILET GOOnS AND FINE CIGARS, TumlAccos AND
I CITY.
THAND AND TYPEWRITING!
)h OF S HORTHAND)
move into the new brick block, No. 20 SOUTHI STATE
mnd will be ready to organize unew classes durinmg the
second week of October
ig classes will then be formed so that the convenience of all
WaL AND SEE US IN OCR ELE;GANT NEW QUA I-
11 be in session from 9 a. in. to 9 p. m. Nearly 1000 pupils
are and all -who hlave nlot doine so have regretted it. Eie-
New Brick Block, (third floor).
.
ror . } Monroe P;vs.,CDOtrlM1c.
amw The Lci ast Musical Sierceadise HReese in
Every Student will save mioney by buying Univiersity Text-Books aiid ill supplies at Iteadquarters. We allow lbs Si ,~ cuale Ae[ay(UVlrs rMn.i wu l osn, on,.w
special discounit onm LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS6, DENTAL BOOKS, in short, every Book used iii thme sritmid Hlinry iils. ine~stStins in the
Un 1h iesity-. 5,000 Blanik Books at lowest prices. eumcii tsr V iol and Guitr1aJi cents e
' :1c 11 fo~~~~~~tr Voln utn ult (11] et ahfrJjo.
____ LEAING :BOOK STORE IN THE ChTY. 1\ iIer
FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS. RHEaTOIC.-Students electing CHNI uSt'-Seo new aumounce . NI
Ft:ICxii. --Studonts who will Course 2, Science of Rhetoric, ment just published today.
take limo course in Classic Dramas will imeet Prof. Scott in Doom L, tiROF. VtiCs'OTT. H t5.
read "Pliedre." Rhletoic and Spencer's Plhiloso- with Trigonometry, but are allow- { G,
PitOr. E. L. WALTER EA. phiy of Style (Humboldt Library ed to make it up in freshman year., 1 OO
lIvi ME 1: .--Tme course in San- Ed.) Mathematics for first semester for 0 R X
itary Scice will =not be given this AESTETCS-Students electinmg engineering students is devoted to
year. - C. VA]t'msmi. Course 11 in Philosophy wNiil l Algebra and Analytic Geommetry HOES
Music-Al thos whoIdsiemet Prof. Scott in Room 21, of three dimenlsions.
to take courses 11 or 13 this Thursday at 9:30. Pty OE
Senuester niust iWeet Pro.Sti l Inqcuiries about Qualitative (Qrrt3. N ssrA.--r
in his room betwe ten 9):30 anmd 12Cliewmistry may be made at RoomIesrwileetditsfrcn
o'clock, Thursday. If, chemical Laboratory, aiuy Sultation in Rooni1 26, this week, 00 ,S
afternoon from 2 to 4 pm. front 10:30 to 11:30.
MATRIE MATICS 3.-Differential S- G. dJ,,,, is- Prof. Spaulding will be in lBo-
and Integral Calculus. Studencts El coISiI.-Prof. ilenuph will taiical Laboratory from 10:30 to 4 . cCof t,
will relsort to thme instructors on meet classes as follows: 3. Old 11:30 anud from 2 to 4 every day
WVedinesday, Oct. 1, as follows: Eniglish, Wediiesday, Room 14, at excopt Saturday, to see all studtents J1i P U1U hVh
A to K wiltr nls.eport to Asst. Prof. 4aiud 5. 5. Late Middle Enls, who wish to confer with hmin. F1. P mO R HS
Cole iii Roonm 19 at either 3 or 4 Thursday, RomL at 2 and 3. PHIissCS.-Core-PH -IS-Course 1 Class meets MsuiItnerv and Art UnIods.
Pr. it ilRpor 6 t toAsst. 7, Middle English, and 9, :history Wednmesday. Lecture notes corn- - - -- _______
Prto. Maiwet in R 1 1t dm f thme English Language, Wediues- plete at Wahur's. Courses 4 and 5. J1W1 YOPRK & Sox,
Make nRoom 17 at day, Room 14, at half past f our. Class in Course 4 will meet at 2 ;Mnuaturerssof
MTiD Students taking 3 and 5 are re- p. mn. on Thsursday. 1 desire to -Band ahd Meals
MATH EMATIcs--.Al1students do- quested to appeal' in the section see those proposing to take Course
suieng to take Course 5 or 60'will that they intend to remain in. 5s to arrange for their laboratory
meet mesinRoom II.a 4 p. mn. SANITARY ScIaENc.-Tlie course work. The course in Miathemat-'
onWednesday, Oct 1. in Sanitary Science will not be ical Electricity will be given the m'UnrsY.15BE55oF
W, W. B3EMAN., given this year., first semester and continued Bald hahd Orchestra
MATEsATcs.7. Modern Ge- V. C. VAUGHAN. through the year. instead of giving M u S! IC
ornetry. The class will meet on CouasEs 2 AND 3 IN~ GENe. CHEX- it in the second semester; Mr. S" rCtlge
Wednesday Oct. 1, at 11 a. M. in rs lt.-LIaboratory will be given Rowe and Mr. Nagler will assist3aieFr.
Room 19. bt eetr.m this year. OAPAIS
"f.,. COLE. P. C. FREER. PROF. HT. S. CARIiAiIT. biANc.

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