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A T T IETIOSAS
NO other place in the city can you find a more complete line of Students'
Wearing Apparel, than at THE' TWO SAMS.
The finest Overcoat Department in the state.
The largest Suit Department in city.
The greatest IIat IHouse in Soutlsern Michigan.
Thelarg;est Menasurniahi S;tore in Ann Arbor.
(aill;and see THlE TWO SAMS for anything in onshine.
VAllr VOORHEIS &DETAS,
BEST WORK IN THE CITY! STATE ST. TAILORS,
WOR K ALLE FOR ,sod DELIV RED. FIRST CLASS W ORK.
Offce-23 South Fourth Ave. --E
FERGUSON & SLATING,
Geitss Fhrishers ad aters
Carry a full line of IIATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, hIOSIERY, GLOVES,
UNDE)WEA,, Etc. The latest styles sd an eitire new stock to select froms.
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F M. DAILY
Of Old U. of M. should have a
University of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, Qualityhiglhest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
Violin ams Guitar Strings, 10 ets.; Basjo and Mandolin Strings,
5 ets. Everything in proportion.
L. H. Clemeast,
a8s. M1ainStC.,ALLMZNDiNGER IATO & OLGAIT 00.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORN ER MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
L.vuEST STOCK OF TOILET Goos AND Firm CsasAs, Tossaccos AND
CsGARETTE SIN TISE CrY.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING!
SCHOOL OF bHOR T HAND
Will this week move into the new brick blsock, No. 20 SOUThI STATE
STREET, and will he ready to ornanize new classes during the
second week s1f O(tffher
Day and evening classes will then he formed so that the convenience of all
1ay besuited. CALL AND SEE US IN OUR ELEGANT NEW QUA-R.
TERS. School will he in session from i a. sss. to 9 p. so. Nearly 1000 pupils
have taken our course alf( all who have not dle so have regretted it. Re-
meusber the place, New Brick Block, (tlhirl llssor).
JS0. 20 SOUYTII ST'ATE ST.
"WAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN. T
Every Student will save mossey by buying Usiversity Text-Books and all supplies at headquarters. We asllow
lfecial sliscossit 00 LAW BOORS, MEDICAL BOOKS, DENTAL BOOKS, iss ssort, every Book sssed iss tse
Usiversity. 0,000 Blassk Books at lowest prices.
LEADING BOOK STORE IN THE iCITY.
ATHLETIC NOTES. I FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Tse Detroit Highs School foot ,ELOCUTION AND ORATORY--
ball toasaoi t Iay Scol otCourse A, Elocutioss opens in tise
ball team willatpte tlsyhe M. A. A.'s lit dept. on Monday at 10 and
at the latter's grounds this after- 111, two sections. The course in
noon at 3:30. the study of great orators opens
John Owen, ID. A. C., attributes isa the lit department, Tuesday at
hi -14.- This class is limited to 20
hsis poor success in thse 100 yards l) hscasi iie o2
poorsucessm te 10 yrdsInerribers. The course in Shake-
dash to the fact that lse was tired spers. Te oensae-
out, iHe had gone to Cleveland Tuesday at 9:.
and equalsled toh record, and then T. C. TUEaLooD.
to Montreal, wlere he won the Dr. Huber has posted a list of
100 and 220, running0 ,ah twice, i the several sections iss Practical
and helia1d not got rested wheisat tology on the bulletin board,
he started last Wednesday, at De- at the west entrance.
troit. le says tlsat tlse 220, Fost Mscuacs, ITOMEOPs AND
that he won, was the hardest race DEN'Ts.-Te first class in Quali-
lie ever ran tative chemistry meets next
AWednesday at 3 o'clock in Room
Seventy men are in training for A., Chenieal Laboratory.
the Harvard foot ball teas. S. G. JENSs.
The game scheduled for to-dayi ENGL.sHs.--By an oversight it
with the D. A. CA has been post- stated in the Announcement
poned, t.'e Detroit teas being p- that students wishing to take Eng.
able t kep tlse engmen 9 (History of the English Lan-
eep their engagement. guage) must have passed Courses
The eleven will practice on the 1 and 3. It is only necessary
campus as usual this afternoon. that they have passed Course 1.
Mr. Levi treated his class to To LAw STUDENTs.-Law lect-
bolt rres will be delivered next week
ol yesterday. This is the "first asfollows: -Monday, Prof. Thomp-
of the season." son; Tuesday, Prof. Wells; Wed-
nesday, Prof. Knowlton; Thurs-
day, Prof. Wells; Friday, Prof.
Wells. To post-graduates and
seniors Judge Brown will lectur
at 3:4 on Mossday, Wednesday
F. L. Dixon, formerly of the
class of '91 lit, lsas returned to
graduate with '92.
The Freshman-Soplsomore foot-
ball rush will probably come off
three weeks from to-day.
A noticeable feature of the fresh-
man class in the medical depart
sent this year is that the students
are much better prepared than
students formerly were when a
three years' course was given. Out
of the wlsole class, there are only
ten students who are not high
F. W. Clay, '92, has gone to
Cornell to finish his college course.
President Angell will conduct
the services in chapel, Sunday at
9:15 a. m.
Dr. Winchell will return to re-
sume his work Monday.
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cat 5o, 5 lela a .i OutsI1C e each
for 0 si.
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30 East Suronst.
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