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November 03, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-03

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AT THE TWO
THE U. OF M. DAILY
tSA MS, Of Old UT. of M. should have a
University of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
Violin amd Guitar Strings, 10 cts.; B~anjo and Mandolin Strings,
C11.2 cts. Everything in proportion.
L.I.dement, ALL~~E IIO OGI o
SMOKING JL-
THE NEW A
SCOTT.
TRA.IXE ATm
.BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORN ER MAIN AND HURtON STREETS.
LARGEST STOCK 01' TOILET GOODS AND FINE CIGARS, TOBIACCOS AND
CIGARIETTES IN TILE CITY.
FERGUSON & SLATING,
Geijts~ Fuirnishers aild $atters
Carry a full line of HATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, hOSIERY, GLOVES,
UNDERWEAR, Etc. The latest styles and anl entire newv stock to select froum.
22 SOJ.T S ST 2 ST.. - A2T3" .RBOR
AR Arbor Sloalib LlllrY. VOORHEIS &DITS
BEST WORK IN THE CITY!I STATE ST. TAILORS,
W9ORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED FtIRST CLASS WORK.
' S5PECIAI. IIATES Ta STUDENI~TS.5 A DS E
Office. 23 South Fourth Ave. -fLLALJ3 E S
EeyWAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN.
EeyStudent will save msiney biy huying University Text-Booiks and all suppli(-,,ttjlheadquarters. 'We a11ow
special discouiit on L AW BOOKS, MEDhICAL BOOKS, DE'NT al BOOKS, ill short, every Book used inl lie
liiserity.),(X)1O 111ank Books .at lowest pies .
1 XDINGr BOOK STORE 1NT lE CITY.
JLEEi THE ITEWEST STYLES1
MISCELLANEOUS.
A Iiectinlg of pers~onin ltetreste(I
I\X in the teaching of PureW Ilnd Ap-
NGplied Mathemoatics will be beld
C'LOHINGat thie residence of Professor liar-
rinlgton, 011 Thursday liveninlg,
OF LLKINDSAT cal Society. WN. W. REMAN.
J. T. JA.COBS & CO.'S, _ - .
Road Race to Ypsilanti.
27 AND 29 MWAIN 8T.
_________________ The contestants in tile road
L. GRUNER. race of last Saturday were: A.
}deaier in
Z oz ._'T)S=0o T. Eenery, Paui Day, C. I. Al-
o isot ain sreetll. wrdJ. Q.Crosby, S. 'W. Burt,
ltPiring det~yanPremel. ward,
--- - iJ. II. Terry and C. 'N. Heathl.
?.i~hmond Straight Qtit. The race was wonl by C. I. Al-
No. I ward, who finishied ast tile Law
CIGARETTES. Builiding ill abouit 011ehiour anid
Cigarette Smsokers who
s hee wiliig 1o Day a litlie fifteen m~inutes, with Crob' a
more thnhe iprice
charged for lhe rdiMarygood secondandheahtid
ftrade Cigaretewllra inSdanl etihrd
Ills BRANsup olerior to As there were 1o0 "checkels" iat
all others.
CaOI NO. OhaehraThe lRichmoad Straight Ypsilti, and(1 as a11n een start
es 'tCI r r e cii odwe roci the hri ht- pi.
a1ef (wn nVirginia. Chicis IhiOl was ilTpOSSibile, tue time cannlot
aidorga brajdo tugtCtCgrte,175sreouitiicaiysoshe yerartthe.be takell as officiai.
CIAl a LEN &INTF~e~rlallroselt .
San oC lie Amierica Tobiacco Co. '03 Dent. vs. 092 Dent.
sasistrers,. - Richimonil,Virginia.
-- livBy al oversight, ail accounit of
Tile Bowdoinl College rushs iine tie casgm ewe 9 et
this year is very hseavy. anis aebewcl9 et
he teves Istitte hs wth- 'nd 2 iDellt. was omitted from
Tb0n Soteefnsittebhas Witgu- Saturday's issue. '93 won, thseir
ta l i r m t s o o - a i l a u w e ig h t b e in g to o m u n ds fo r t ie ir
1~dwill drop foot-ball hlereafter. opponents' light rail line. Tile
tTb0eflew Percy Athlletic Field score was 1t6 to 6i. Leuty scored
at Cornell was openled onl Satur- 5 points for '93, F. M.f Prettyman
'With thse fall athletic games. 4, and Kreit 4, and for '92 Dil-
wvorthi made 6 points. The teams~n
were the salile as heretofore
prilited in the D)AIL..
CautogicaR~society.
The Geological Society met ill
boomes18, Friday, Oct. 31, 5-6
p.m . Wn'. II. Auker, F. C.
Kulln, Geo. Hi. Stonse, Stuart Hi.
Perry, John C. Bird and A. WN.
Smsith were elected mnembers.
Then followed an interesting talk
by Prof. Pettee onl "Geological
Surveys in the United States."
Nearly all thse wolrk of this nlature
hlas been donie since 1835. As a
rule, those states containling loin-
eral wealths have made the mlost
thloroulghi surveys. Remnarks' of
initerest were mlade by Prof. Win-
clill.
ATHLETIC NOTES.
Rfecenit foot-ball scores:-Col-
ulinbia, 40, St. John's Collegre, 0;
Cornlell, 32, Union, 0; Riochlester,
10, Hamniltona, 4.
Tile D. A. C. and Detroit HlighI
Schlool team~s played a practice
game Saturday, Albion vs. I). A.
C. game blot being played on ac-
count of wet grousnds.
In thle last seven years Yale
played 78 games of foot-ball, with
a total score of 3963 points to her
opponents' S0.
67-t Monyou /-ve , DetroitMich.
the State. AgensfoCr Marin. Wshudirn,
liuos and It isorc asit odsoun, Stew-
ari and It nout. Binjos.. lirsi Strirgs in the
NVorlesiuiibynwdil toanyiuddrrvsstt1v)rents
eachior Violin urd ui ar and 10 cents eacht
Car Blanjo.
MILLERI
Ties.
HATS.I
G ood~peed'S,
TePA TENT
Bt [LATHER
FILN1J HOT6GFIIPH8,
Millinery and Art Goods.
.30l.stonHuron St
31WYORE & SOS',
Alaouactelrersnof
Bnd lnd Orchestra
rI-neASBEelS o012
BandaRd Ochestra
MIUISIO
Snd i for Catalogse-
Miailed Pree.
\\OGRANRIDSti,
IyICuIGAE.
.THE ARGUS-
AT LOWI VIdES.
SHORTH ANJD UA.
IT WILL P.AT YOU. Sheilluand Sebsell~ew
Building, 20 5eutli State Sareet.

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