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November 08, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-08

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THE U. 0.
ATHE TWO SAMS"
Prince Albert Suits, Cutaway Suits,
and Fine Dress Suits,
JST ARRIVED-
See Youin's Hat, Knox's Hat,
Siloverman's 1-uts and Caps,
AT THE TWO SAMS
L~ 131I1rLrZ.
F M. DAILY
Of Old U. of M. should have a
Univer~ity of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, (4uality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
Violin alnd Guitar Strings, 10 cts.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
5 ets. Everything in proportion.
:3 S.Mi S.. ALLMELDI1TGRPIAITO & ORLG AIN 0.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORN ER MAIN AND IhURON STREETS.
LARGEST STOCK OF TOILET Goons AND FINE CIeARS, TOBlACCO', AND
p ~VOORHEIS & DIETAS,
BETWORK LNlTE lCITY STATE ST. TAILORS, a"Aco
C4$ ALLED FOR and DELIVRED. FIRST CLASS WORK. FR U O
SPEICIAL tRATES Ta STUDEINTS.O R U
-23 South Fourth Ave. 1ZPtLL ANLJ S E JS 22 DOTT rI S .A.-M sm,.
WAHR'S 0K 'STOREDO N TOW
EeyStulden~twill save mIoIney by buyinig 'iiIilit T'xt-Blooks, .1(111 all ppiesc'Heaquarters~. We allow
special Iliscolti'llnLAW BOOKS, M 111511 ALIlllKS, 1)1 NI(.10tOKS IIin iot, 'ery IBsok usedill (the
Ulliveni. 5,00o Blank Books at loswest prices.
LI.EAD TINGBiOl S t lllEIN1THE11CITY.
~t'LT THlE ITEU {lST StlTYLJES MISCELLANEOUS. Jackson, Bowdoin's (ce1101erlush,
INIhDr. Vaughan will give aill stl- awon the first prize, offered by D~r.
(luI O~dtl~~d'o otplso Sargent, of Harvard, for the best
IN illally of his work, a1l1 oppor- developed college il11.
tun~ity to paIss the samle Inext Fri-
C OTIHL ID GAT lat2 willLbortoy beicdedthat no special student will
OFAL, KNS1T1.1 Y GV1I.T r ilb ealwdt lyolayUni-
~ T.JA.COBS & CCO.Silmeeting of the Foley Guild, Sat- versity atllletic team un~til 110 bas
27 AIND 29 MAIN ST. Ilrday, Oct. 8, at s p. 01. been in college one year.
- L. RUNE. - '. J. JIALLY, Pres. Tile Yale-Harvard Freshmlen
L. Deaer inThelPilological Society wl foot-ball game takes place Novem-
3c pz' ITT-fleet Til ursday, Nov. 13,in
lv ' gs SNO. e MaIn rapt. 75sla pnrher 21, at Camlbridge,anel not at
_ d Seihan iIrpl oom E, at7:5sap
pprStraight Qaot. will be presented by Mr. Ilelser, New Hlavenl a1 stalted in Friday's
No. 011 "Early Babylonian Jl pr~eca- lsue.
CIGARETTES. ions." Tile Selniors won tile class
-' Cigarette snmokers who NOTICE.-Stuldents wlo Ihave chlampionlship in foot ball at lHar-
ore ,tilling ItIo )5Da a ..,lerittley rd
wore than Ihe price not already deposited terco ad
charged ter the oriuti,
I rnSeCigarettes. ilfn Pons from th ie Treastlrer in tile Tile class of'14 at tile varions
T'19, iS BRAND superior to box of Secretar'?s office, are re-
all thrs.
au \ I TcmdStraight-qetdtod oatoc. Eastern colleges is as follows:
Wim iarettes arThae f h brightqe- e od s t~ce or Yl,41);Harvard, 400;Prince-
'4 asin rand ~ ~ Iof Straight Cat Ciga.rettes, LOST, on teCampus, anlF n , 213 (0 LlgI12 at
IKnkathngP imd i. sanote bs vhat thle lieh History. Will tile personlImothti, 120; Brown, 112; IUni-
ALh E & fX ItBranch who picked it up, kindly retu~rn itveit (IPnnyala,10
Ili o th AerianTahacco Co.. G. WilitPensyvinaead;
an1-Ginicc ichm 1'lond Virgitnia. to L. G. 14ieierdat us
A4Arbor Savings Bank TlWe ll n sli
AI~tl AShrpiuh, Ci IIcIN ellidefeated Cornell,
..9ea~i,. 51 1115,51. .ATHLETIC NOTES. Wednelsday.by Ia 5screcif 6-2.
tttlir5 lde h GnralOahig aw
liars and cuffs, Neckties
]Pew rnw JIGlQoves
& SLATING,
A N 's ISIC 0 1!
67 Mc ro 1 ave, D tct , i ,
'Th LagestM5c.IsIal IerIarlo II Ius i
the Slate. AjptI flrMartn hl. 55 lIauburnI,
liloueoatd lInccGsltat I.t1nd11 CII It , stew-
ccrt adPaIIl i y III 1h.11 lact i l~r4in the
NIcldcIItIb il to antc , vd , tc ls 1 ill'.nt
tec fe115 u 5 d 31ti ad it <1. ec
MILLERnjo
IHA TS.l
Ties.
Good~peed's,
The PA TENT
Best' LEfA THER
LFINE HOTOGRAPHS,
Millinery and Art GSoods.
.3a East Huron St.
III YORE; O&
M lanufaetllrers of
Baud and hrchestra
Bad and Ochestra
s 1tir.. , r-Catalogue.
GIIANDIIAAPIDS,
MICHIGOAN.
-tTHE ARCUSL. T
.AT LOW 151(55.
FINt J08 PRINTING.
3"t is our tit'osle". S lfiuedomGuarawxme
REGISTER OF~FICE, OPPOSITE COOK HOUSE
5t1l es state. Receives Deposite, hays lnd
Urk% 55Olia.iigen the principal citiet of the
doltlfleae.Drafts eathed ausenIproper
It'nmA55n MOfficers:
W.D. SlAnRANsa. Vice FeeCs..
CuASs.E.SiCOCK, Cashier.
5tr 10.11AN D.-Any one desiring in-
stinn tkf lan Sltorthtand swill please call
,t fieof J. WV. Miner, Practical
r9 1Ra e,39 E. Hturon Street.
rins ' able. Call and see ume.
s v Slnew and old, large anld
m~all, for coal, wood, oil and
0, tll) t J. E. Harkins', 28 E.
11r'4 treet.
Black's injury leaves Poe anld
Riggs the only mlemibers of tile
Princetotn team wiho played on
last year's champiolnsihip eleven.
Since the Harvard-Yale Freshi-
man foot-ball series began, Har-
vard ilas won seven~ games and
Yale foul, two games being tied.
Foot-bail is proihibited in G'er-
mall universities.
Nov. 1, Yale vs. Wesleyan,
Cowan of Princeton; Nov. 15,
Yale vs. University of Pennsyl-
vania, George of Princeton;- Nov.
15, Princeton vs. Wesleyan, Cor-
bin of Yale; Nov. iS, Princeta
vs. Universlty of Pent syi st ia,
Gill of Yale; Nov. 26, Wesleyasn
vs. University of Pennsyivaniat,
Edwards of Prlimoeeton.

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