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October 02, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-02

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
STUDENT'S HEADQUARTERS' ~ ~ ~ 7~T
Of Old IT. of M. should have a
A T T W 0Prices lowset, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
5 cts. Everything ini proportion.
N -ooteplcintectcayo hda or complete line of Students' L. IT. Clement,
'Wii-L T .L i ifii a eur S A M i. C r 22 G2i N: U.
TI.he _______ '0I'reot DpartentEn .A. sate
The L-s Suit Departmuent ility
The -raetHat Huei Southjern Michigan.
The larges s FaishIg tore in dAnn Arhor. I 1 - 'I -i
tall all-l see '1II:t'T1K TWO N I for any thing; inou line. ~~
ARl JA}T S ~Lamm VOORHEIS & ITS
TBEST WORK IN THE CITY! STATE ST, TAILORS,
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FIRST GLASS WORK.
Office, - 23 South Fourth Ave. TALL AND SEE US,.
Geilts' uii~shers aijd $aters
,tarrtaIfull line of HIT S, ('.1 ',L NCKWEAR , IOSITEIY, GLOVES,
UN DEl ' ;I;,AI, Etc. The 1latest ,t 1-limdani entire new stock to select from.
tOB'ELIIMAIN AND) lHURON STIIEETS.
LslE 'i iF TOILErT GOODS A-ND FoaIECucx ns, Toj1,ccos AND
tic THE CiN ITY(H.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING!
SbCHO""OL OFT1TjHORTHfAND
lWill this week iiive into the new hrick 1)1ock, No.'') SO(U1,1STATE1'
STE ET, ;aud will lie rea(i' to o~rgaiie new classes during the
secondl week of Octoher
JDay aiid ev ening classes w"ill then hlefomed so(1 thatth.e Convenience of aill
nisy lieSiiiteil. CALL ANI) SEE ("5 INOt~t LEG1:11:ANT \NWQIAlt-
T EES.School will hoieii sess ii f n frii9a. im. to .ii.I. ;Nearly 10111) lsipils
hav<e taikeii our (course'aiiil all,1 who have niot doie so have regretteid it. Re-
loemlier the 10, ew lhriek llii)1ck, (tliir(1ilml.)
__-o. 20 So VWI SWAW'E SW'.
l5'c'til di. C iiirt Oii 1 1 00K ],L(BOKS, DENTAjZ~i11 L hItIKi n iishort, eveiyBook iisedlin t th " i ii 43 ir.:t .i:;tct 1ct rtnruigs lis1i1o
" t 11 'uio l i u 1'ruol ii ou od .t r . sitit 15 cats
t Ii 'ix oIt, ill005 IiltI>( lou t lo 1E'ices. Je ~h it:io 2 s,1i1oiiltorood is,', ''a e ach
LEAD,..IN1._G 1100K STORE IN THlE CITY. "
FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS. ATHLETIC NOTES. JOHN C. ROLFE.
cLAe N-..hiealexlnntj Zlfo ise first foot ball gansse will be l il a tbonti otui
dhuuuusinLatin will be hold of our Uniiversity to add a inian toI1 t.
iii R(foouu F, Saturday oiigplaiyed in Detroit on Saturdaytb, Fciit wuocoiies betterl
iieat, sit 0 o'clock:.Nwith fhn Detroit Athdetic Club.1trepacudltya As.v ro.JibnC
i~I3A-i1 . isov The D. A. C.will play four ea-- lie. Ho is a graduate of Hasr- +< OT
E~uus4 vil motth sn- al uie an aiinior f ldU~yard, from wbicb inrstitistion hue AOV1 M
e i s ! ) v h o e e r c h c u r s e4 ' o f , ,. l l y e s . T h e n ia k e - u p o f t o t e d e g r e e o f A . A l . IH o t o o k sH O S
i1L roosus IL to-uno01ros fr our team~i for this gam~e cannot y'etth ee h.DfrmCnllle;va Evngmslaea-
Ircxto ujcsA .DiMN ral enarngdwls' n '82, anidheld the posiion of _______
Soesmsi 'sr-cmSrioD in bum yet to ( vbeiearsge ith' niinstructor in thistiUniversity from
S, r rr: It k,,,X1.,,Sctiz D n br yt t b herd rom Th 12 to '55. Dr. Rlolfe was at the
readling ii ctI d from. ( The. 1"2) a:
isousuced in o stel Oi B is u - sllscwl e1ubile ssoihseaod of the Latin departineuit ust
will iiieet Im. Swiggett in roomIs flueed te Cinocimnnati Iligh-_School,___from
oi. ous Vuscsdavs amid Thursdays The D. A. C. nine were -white- '85 to Is.le spent the year ['
froiiu to N wsheod at 1New York yvesterday y bIs-t at the Americans School oif
BIZsC.--Course XI will be iv- thue New Jersey Athletic Clubl. Classicual Studies at .Athiens. Ile FJr HO 6R ?8
ciiWeiueda ard ridy mmi CddP ieeod uo Make 1Aye ws givens charge of important ox- Millinery and Art Goods.
4 to 5 iiilJRoomi 24. cenrter field for the D. A. C. caivations, aii interestimig account :,_- ooit Huron St.
A- A STAINLEy. Score 4-t0. of which msay be found iii a late al ORE& SON,
Sws1Dus..Tlios0 desiring to The Fa aofa t itcnmbro hAe retaurn lt
elect the course in Swedish will groa Cnaia ahlti musbe o te ioerca Juroa
find me in room tomorwa event of floe year, the annual o Archlaeology.Hertndo
26li a.tn.gaesofthrCaiaAateu hiis country in the summer of '89 k d ld Dahsll
'1.,5a. n.gaes f he andin Aaturand filled tise position of instruce- - -
CALV-"N TroooAs.. Athletic Association, took place tor at Harvard last year. Besides
- ~~~Saturday. John Owen, Jr., D.A. the article above mentioned, Dr. eLHi5
Prf ono ssntye - C., won the 100 yards dash; also Rolfe has written other, articlesBadndrisa
turned from Europe. Dr. Prescott tl 2 nfo the same journal. Hh d B- ~d lhlh
and Mr. Evans take his work inodUofMm ,abetn icoed Macanley's Lays of Ancient M U I
ceityfor a week or two, until the 120 yards hurdle by Williams, Rome, and the Heautontimorum- -aled Frlee.
hemarivstry enos of science, the last to appear GRAPIrDS,
hoF rrvs a Yale mlan. in a few days.MIHGN

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