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November 01, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-01

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THE U.. OF M. DAILY
AT THE TWO SA MS,
SMOKING JACKETS!1
S=FiT TlT
THE NEW ASCOTI.
ha~ Arbor sIoa1 bC m llllr . VOORHEIS &DITS
BEST WORK IN THE CITY! STATE ST. TAILORS,
W1ORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK.
Otfice.- 23 South Fourth Ave. S-L N iS E LE
Of Old U. of M. shcould have a
University of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guaraniteed every inch of the road.
Violin amd5( Guitar Strings, 10 eta.; Banjo and vlandolin Strings,
5 cts. Everything in proportion.
L. It. Clement, ~TTT T
,.155..Main St. !LLMENDuNET .~. LN GLU COU U.
TR.IXB 1 .T
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORNERt MAIN AND ITURON STREETS.
LARGEST 510CK OF TOILET Goons s NDFINE CIGARSs, TOBACCOS AND
CIGARETTES IN THEiCITs'.
FERGUSON &. SLATING,
Geiitsl Flriuishers aid 1$atters
mary a full liue of HATS, (CAPS, NECKWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
U\ DISRVI It, Etc.1 lhe latest styles antI an entire iiew stock to select fromi.
22 2QCTTTT ST"ZA.W' MT. - -
WA R'S BOOK STORE, DOW.N TOWN
Lvery Student will save moeney ljy buyiing Unio 'rily h \t-Books du all sopplito i I IIesllquartt CX e allows
special discount onoTAiW BOOKS, AMEI)ICAL BOOKS. DlNTI,, B OOKS, 1in thortieryBook l seithe O
liiversilv. .501)11 Blank Books at lowest prices.
LEAI)DING BOOl..ST10111IN 1HE (CIT.
AL THlE ILWTES T ST.YLES n MISCELLANEOUS. transacted. The next meeting
A nietig o poson ineretedwill ho hoeld Friday evening, Nov.
1N in thie teachling of h'ire aiid Ap- 21st, at 8 o'clock, at sa~lielalice.1
Gp1lied lallmeiaics wiii be eld Time programn will be announced
at the residence of Professor liar- some time iiext week.
C LO THofINraizingBifo themai The LadesActive.
OF AL KNOSAT al ociey. . W REAN. The ladies of the Fruit and
J. T. JA.COBS & CO.'S, Thid highest praise we caii be- Flower missioin held a mieeting in
stow uponi Mr. Powers is, I think, the reading room at .9 o'clock this
27 AND 29 MAIN ST. the fact that wve have had him on miorning. Dr. Carwgv a
-- . our course for three conlsecutive . - arwgv a
L. GRUNER. seasons, and are mow negotiating short talk as to the needs of the
Deaier in for the fourth. Hie is different patieiits. He thought that thie
No 8SotMinSet. ro anybody else, andou peo- flowers formed a very important,
lPalilng eat55iy and Proimpiiy. ple will have him. His success Iato h ok utepcal
__-- ihere has been enormous. prtcofimedokthateiom iaoldy
No. i Sec. -Melrose Lyceiiii Course, be used,. lie thought that it
CIGARETTES. -. would be well to have boxes plat-
aregwlie Sme a atle S0.Chemical Society. , ed iii different places, with a short
LANG' t1 0 ,
(j7 Monroe ;e , DetotIsi.
Theli iarg s. si i tihioiiil C I iii n
tin Simie. Yecnllo or Marlin. twoi,imrts,
fiono ondti )(, itiO sii.and loll l,)on, Stew-
ad8111- Ijd~ l r iit,oi ies t tl. i 1.i coin ihe
WIIrsei by I 11-:jcoilnyadressit '1.5 cU(Silo
a-r iolin ii,tid Guitoaroand 10 emnis each
M o j.ILER A IS
HAT. Ties,
Good5 Pt d,
TePATENT
BetFEATHER
8HOES.
FINE PHliYRGRA}HS,
Millinery end Art Goods.
S> ' OSO li OtREe & S.
t11lre tlitihea he it ce
(.iarge c Sofec rline iyO
T. itn'fi l iis so a "perior (t
Ctii - ' Tuw e miondStii5raight
Fst5 Nu eCigaelt eiyls ore inimil rte v nlighestilrigco-
land r ta rsos a ini vre;lnio. This i tOld gtxiq~ ijlru lthatb s h~tCzr (l tiii
e<<1 iyoicroo ihat ihe
T1 p below tiand
t 515iz American Tobacco Co.,
dorrs, - - itioimimoomi, Virgiiiia.
CorneliI5 eastern trip is as fol-
ioWs:..-Oct 1130, Union; Oct. 31,
Williams; Nov. 1, Harvard; Nov.
4uAmherst; Nov. 4, Trinity;
V. 5~, Wesleyan. Twenty men
are taken on the trip. u
s W. Curtis, '92 Lit., has gone
'thineto Monroe, Mich., to vote.
Last eveninig the first reoular;
moeting of the reorgaiiized'
Chemical Society was held in
roomii A, Cllenli. lab.
Dr. Freer addressedl 1110 meet-
lng oni ''Te Colnstitiition of
Ketones".
The speaker lieltd the attemtioii
of tile hearers for an hour, bring-
lung out tile subject in a very
fascinating and interesting manner.
After the close of the lecture the
business meeting of the Society
wa held, at which several names
were presented for membershiip
and other routine business was
niotice of time ieeds of the patients 'N, noloiiirerso
primted on time boxes. Time names- Band ltd Orhetsila
of time comlmitteesxv iii be given y
ii time DAILY ias 8soon1 astimey are \Ii
Wednesday games:-Iarvard, MTQCTS It
51; Wesleyan, 01, (tunme 1 hour); 1<,dFre
Triiiity, 01; Amherst, 0; Dickin- NOIIA 1DS, m
son, 6i; Ilaverford, 0; TimelRnt- MiIIIiOAN.
gers, U. of Penn. and the Prince- ._ITHE ARGUS,%-
ton - Manhattan A. C. games "FN ~ 1 - ~
were prevented by rain. AT 111W I 1 SCFS.
Eighteen of time best candidates IEJB RN IG
for the Yale Freshmnen team have IN i t ae . JO abfRITIdrNG.
gone to training table. REGISTER OFFICE, OPPOSITE COOK HOUSE.

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