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January 17, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-01-17

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'TT-;'E L; r)t:'M A ILY
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DINING fIN1) LUNCH ROOM,
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
First class Isoaid, .$2.50 per wee..
Luinches at all hours.
Oysters its every style.
Fite line of ('otifectitins, Cigatrs, ete.
NEW BOOK STORES,
NOBLE,
The Clothier,
-___I"'OF I EIING-
,pecia Val ueZUnderweca
111,AC'I: I'N-D F INVEAR, AT *1_: (1_
I)I ~k 1 l N11' I I A L(7.-)IF, Ill N U I ) A I A ' -~.,) f
6 SothMalyStreet. 4 SoIrStaeStret
UNIX IlISIX11 EXT- BOOKS, S r=G.'H. WILD, MdclE os a ok, BAKB))i,%..IIS ,A 11 + H ,-1
All Iteokis iset(linii ityS chools. iS1tolcts Nete Books and jails.,IDraft-' Is sholan t h 'Ii ig(st Slotke of F iDres Suit logs i hit'e inarkel'
'omoplete Line of SJssi hulg (oods. itlInstruin ts.XiteIios tnsssi o tisiiI nc nsde
Oscioitings. F'iiii'Vests ciii be hat of
Large Stock of Fountaini Iens. A Witrititisi Fouitin iiienii(Gold ho 1 iii$150 No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. 4. YYJ
JMSMSAFR, THE LARGEST STOCK, B-UIIT I B{.P1 OTC5
JAMS . SAFOR, lmrauron m "A irrx U .. .5E .
TfMLOR VI, P6HR
The best place to get a
LATEST] STYLES
MODERATE PRICES.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
The University Club Rooms.
The tUnivcersity Club, whirls was
organized last D~eeemsber, tiosv has a
membership of 69. The club has
secured the cntire suite of roomis on
the secondt floor, north sitle of the
nesv Seager block. 'The rooiis are
comodious, nicely fitteidOh aiid well
adapted hi the pitrlioses of such a
club, The front rooms are to be
uisedl as recepitioii rioomis aiii readiiig
roonms, the latter being supplieid with
all their leailing dailies, weeklies
atid msagazines. The rooiis ott
the side are fitted 01) for a gymi-
nasium. Chias. Speller & Coliave had
the furnishing of these rooms its charge
and have supplied it with all the
latest and best gymnastic alpparatus.
'lhe rear room is to be used as a
bath room and is supplied with an
excellent shower bath. The club
was organized for social purposes,
anti will no doubt be one of the per.
msanent organizations of the Univer-
sity.
W1LAILS 1 VAIIIL ITY aLUWES PRBIDES
Otn LAMPS, its this city. Yost will Ssve mntey by bityitig of us. Our
"lIED STAR " OIL lids no eiqual, burns without odor, or
chsarritig ot ictk and gives a clear wiste light.
Sold at litcenits per galloni, delivered to atny part of tlie eity.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN &co.
THE CAMPUS.
''Else U. of Petnn. Glee, Banjo atnd
Matisoliti Clubs are now niaking
their atnnual Iholidlay trips ocer the
West.
IL:.C. IHeywcoodt, uf 4SSouth
fosurthi, is sufferiiig front a severe
attack of inflanmimatory rlheunmatisms.
ltrof. Rogers trill sot finishi Iis
lectures to the lairs itfore next
Apri.
The itistructor in boxitig, of wchons
nientiots was niade yesterday, has
been notified that the prospects for
a class are good and twill be here its
a few days to compilete the nseces-
sary arraisgensents.
Why cansnot the notices on the
law departnment bulletits be nmore
systemsatically arranged ? The but-
letiti should be for the coisveuience
of all coticertied andi not for the
betiefit of a few.
'The increase of tie tiitin fees at
Cornsell frotm $75 to $125 pcer year
has producedl a tmarkeil decrease in
attetidatice, especially of literary
stuideists.
Mr. Walter Blratid, '92 lilaznsic,
ispending a few days at Isis Isonie
in Toledo.
Prof. Scott will mseet the Minis-
terial Stand to-morrow, 3:30, at 4
N. Ingalls. Subject: "Ministerial
Rhetoric." All interested are in-
vited.
Some sixty or more students went
to Ypsilanti last evening via the new
street railway.
Joe Htaines, fiortmerly a '92 manI
andi also a metmber of the Chronicle
boaritatid one of the base-ball di-
rectors last year, wsa married dur-
lug* the last vacatiots to a M'dis
Briiwn, tif Pihilaitelphila.
L~it-L~aw debate; isext Wedniesiday
es-ening. TDoor closed at 8 p. ms.
Subject; '"Resolv-ed, that Congress
should save atid exercise exclusise
cintrol over the elections of mem-
hers to ttie House of Representa-
tives." Affirmsative, IL. S. IBaldwin,
S. D~uvall, It.AWap)les. Negative,
W. Bt. Kelly, L~.ID. Osborn, AV. A.
Cutler. Judlges, J. C. Knowlton,
A. C. McLaughslin, tDr. D. Ak. Mc-
L~achslan, Dr. XW. J. Hlerdmats. Given
under the auspices of Ptrof. T. C.
Trueblood.-
lDr. Markley will speak on " Col-
lege Men and Chsurcts Work" in
Sutiday morning chapel.
Kelly, P~harnmic '92. has beets con-
fitted to Isis roonm for the piast few
clays.
'Ele Princeton Glee Club report a
nmost prosperous trip, and also that
they wcere royally entertained on
every hand.
Yale's college physician has ad-
vised the discontinuance of the Tug-
of-War.
A new college journal has been
started at Lehigh called the Lehigh
Quarterly.
The Columbia crew and Tug-of-
War team goes into regular training
this week.
WATCHMAKER AND JWL0
36 MAtN STREET, toe
Sp eia atteniotn piaid to epasirinlgW5
M. W . BLAKE, 14
PICTURES, FRAMES.,
ART GOODS. it Nestt
FERDON LUMBER YARD'
Manufacturer of and denier in5
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMPE
('ir. Fiorth. anti Depot Sti5-
J. HALLER
4ti SiiTH MSAtNSOT.
Repiiiringiiaspeciaity.-'r
0. M. MARTIN,
DEALER IN I
Cloth Caskets, Metl'
ANDi COMMON COFFINS
J. A. POLHEMUS,
AS'BSHACK AND IiAGGAGN yjl
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
tBakera and dealers is ea
Groceries, Provision sFour anF
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of tine,
LADIES' and GEN-~iTv 'g
Riepairinig neatlr done. 43 S. i.
GRANGER'S
-ACADEMY OF DANCIN6lIF1'
Opposite iLaw Buiidi"S'
Pupilsa-ittltie received at any time du'
the season.
22' E. HURON STR1EET'
ANN ARtiORt, M10t.
f MUST 9 6
SPECIMENS AND CURIOSITIES
OF ALL KINDS.
SPECIMENS FOR STUDE5""5
Cheap Collections a Specialty
Famous Satan Spar and other Mi.
Shell Jewelry and NWovel
always in Stok.

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