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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. 01
AqT THE TWO SAMS
Prince Albert Suits, Cutaway Suits,
and Fine Dress Suits,
-- LIUST ARRIVED ------
See Youisian's liat, Knox's lit,
Silverman's Hlats and Caps,
FM. DAILY
Of Old UT. of M. should have a
University of Michigan Guitar$
Prices lowest, Quality Highest. Gu~aranteed every inch of the toadl.
-Violin hnod Gnitar Strings, 10 cts.; Banljo and Mandolin Strings,
e ts. Everything ill proportioi)
L. I. (ainet.nt, ALLMKEITDIIIGLL ?IAITO & OLGAIT O.
35SO. MksinSt.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORNER MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
LARGOEST sci, orOFTOILET Goods AnDFINE CIARS, Ton;ACCOs AND
CIGARETTES IN ThE (CITv.
J3h!.jYouir , 1j4) Collar$ and Chiffss Neckties
allckPep ris Itid Gloves
OF---
FERGUSON & SLATING,
22 _7 SO STI 2.A.T-1 ST., - mM~ Z
AT THE TWO
11-1 I3YILiuZ.
SAMS
Pb t811111blluftY VOORHEIS & CiTS
BEST WORK IN THE CITY! STATE ST, TAIL ORS,
WOR CALLED FOR and DELITERED. FIRST CLASS WORK.
~O -1rCcIAT. RATES TotSTUDEtTS.
O'fic 23 South Fourth Ave. SPLLALJS E S
Every AHR'S BOOK STORE, DOW TOWN.
,V St '"tldenlt sill save nitisrey hy toying Unitversity Iet'X-lltol mid all stippls-.i, Ilradqnarters. We atllow.
elttIcial discounlttt)on AW BOOKS, ElICAL 1011(. lOENTA I BOOKS, ill short. ev ery Book trod in the
(lio 01 ity . 000 IBlatik Itotiko at lowest trices.
9 wai
~_,_ I ~L I)IN(1 Bi)b. S',)If II : I 1 ([I.
LLL E IT7IET STLLS MISCELLANEOUS.
Dri. Vatigitan xwili give ai til t-
IN- tietis tcodtitiottet. hr nttpatssedl
C LO TEIIL{G tunitty 1tiss the Stint e next Fri-
OF ALL KNDSIAT 11lvgienieal Laborator .
FOl.EY Gui.- There will be a
JT. JACOBS & CO.S, mieetinig of the Filey Guild, Sat-
27 ANSD g MAIN STr. nrday, Oct. 5, at 's p. mi.
1"" --" P. J. JIALLY, Pros.
L. CRUNER.a .
Dealer inThe Pilological Society will
XS AND STsiO1:s meet 011 Thursday, Nov. 13, in
It b gdairn NeSotaindrmpti. - _ Room E, at 7:15 sharp. A paper
ikhmohd sight Cit. will be presented by Alr. IBelser,
No.1 till "Early Babylonian llilprcS-
CIGARETTES. tiolls."
Cigrarett okerositrwho NOTICE-Stlldents whto have
r are willilg to itai a little niot alr'eady .11thi cn
inure than tie price deptostitedtherc
charged fsr the ~ttit't9'tonsfroiiihelTreasurerin the
ink Cig(i rettes, will Lnd )11 .psu
TIiS BItNDsuplerior to box of Secretary'sofficeali re1-
allotiters. t
cuti5501 a J The Richmotntd Straight quiested to tlo so at oncee.
at 1 Cga1ret tes are maode tromnithe Iriglit-
o1c1o1i t grown inl virginiti.This hisitte01fl
stp v' 'nal Brattd of Straight CttCtatrttes, LoSr, 011h ....nllnS, iai Fig-
aoblrsghtot by tie in the ytear 185
'~wreititatos, atttd ulerve that te lisli History. Will the per~son
ArY.N & GNTER inolh who piceked it ut, kindrt uni
a- , aturrs ichtmonttVirgintia. to L. . ( Wliitehiead, 14 N.
.rxArbo Savings Bank Thiayer?--..--
ieSrpt atlush$100.000. ATHLETIC NOTES.
o~rgxalittt tindr tite (generalitantking Lows
Onite1 et a tnIhe prtin iorop te Blacks injury leaves Poe and
cn t,n. Notieers: Riggs the only metibers of the
v. 1IItt TK icerfares. Princeton teatm who played on
CHtAS. a.HSOCtK, Catier.
tftOTHlAND.Any one desiring iii last year's cliatmpion ship eleven.
ctuto iii Shorthand will please call Since the Hlarvard-Yale Fresh-
atteoffice of J. W. Miner, Practical mnfo~alsre eaHr
Steographer, 39 E. Huron Street.mnfo-alsrebgnH -
Ternit5 retasnable. Call and see nun. yard has won seven games and
ntvsfew and old, large and Ylfout, two gamesben tied.
5IalI, for coal, wood,- oil and Foot-ball is prohibited in Ger-
991 irlle, .at J. E. 11arins',1 28, E. man universities.
11 en treet.
J1acksonl, Bowdoin's collier rlshl,
won the first prize, ofheretd by Dr.
Sargetnt, of Hatrvardl, for the best-
developed college titit.
Thio Prinleetonl facullty lave ci -
cided titatino specitil student 'will
be allowed to play oniatiy Utii-
versity athletic teami until lie leas
beeti ill college otie year.
The Yale-Hlarvartd Freshmunt
foot-ball gatiie takes place Novem-n
ber 29, at Catmbridge, and not at
New Raven is stated its Friday's
issuie.
The Setniors wontihde class
cliampiotnsliip ill foot btltat liar-
yard.
The cltass of '94, at the various
Eastern colleges is as follows:
Yale, 410); Hatrvard, 400; Prince.
toni, 2Ei0; Lehighl, 122, Dart-
mtoutlh, 1211; Drowtn, 112; Uni-
versity of Pentisylvania, 100;
Atiilerst anid Willitats 75 eacli.
Wesleyain defeated Cortnell,
Wedtiesday, by a score of 6-2.
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 'Vale; Nov. 18, Princeton
vs. University of Pennsylvania,
Gill of Yale; Nov. 26, Wesleyani
vs. University of Pennsylvania"
Edwards of Princeton. Y
' ' 1 1f, IT '0{4
taeStole. Ai tt ti i Nre N )tr o kit. rrt,
liuoadJa10~c l..., G iit . t r'.t [ ttt, Slew-
for 1I ttjt
MIf LLER
HAT S.Tes
The ~PA TENT
Best ILEA THER
S HOES.-
Millinery and Art Goods.
:3nt} Ftoron. St.
i1 w, YORK &SON,
MI ii f actiutrern of
Baal d Orches
lann andOrchestra
Soltetf~tr t't totttttne.
> MailedSt-co,.
GRIAND RAPIDS,
MICItIGAN(3t-
>, AT LOW IFS.
FINE.JOB P2RINTING.
It is our aim tonplease. Stefactilh u (annteed
ftEGSTfRDFFI E,D0PQSITECO6OK HOUSE

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