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First class board, $2.50 per wek.
Lunches at all hours.
Oysters in every style.
Fine line of Confections, Cigars, etc.
NEW BOOK STORES,
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BARGAINS IN UNDERWEAR AT 7tc AND 9SC.
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The Flower Mission.
There is an organization among
the ladies of the University, which
because of the good work it is doing
deserves to be generally better
known than it is at present. This is
the Flower Mission. In its organi-
zation it is entirely informal, all the
girls of the University being suppos-
ed to take part in it. It originated
last year under the leadership of Miss
Lane, and at present Miss Szold has
charge of the work.
The object of the Mission is to
cheer up the patieints in the Univer-
sity hospital. Every Saturday a
committee of three girls visit the
hospital, and spend some time in
reading and talking to the patients.
Also they take papers, and in their
season, flowers to the sick people.
In this the girls are sometimes aided
by the ladies of the city.
The Mission has placed a number
of boxes about the University, and
will be thankful to anyone Whso may
dropbcontributions into them. And
anyone feeling disposed to do. this
may be sure that good use will be
made of his money.
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On LAMPS, in this city. You will save money by buying of us. Our
"RED STAR " OIL has no equal, burns without odor, or
charring of wick and gives a clear white light.
Sold at 10 cents per gallon, delivered to any part of the city.
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Onward to the gymnasium.
A "subscriber" wishes to know
why the large chandelier in the
library is not lighted in the evening,
as it is impossible to read on the
first two or three rows of seats.
In Harvard's total summary of
2,2o, 950 are studying Technology.
A cane-rush at Columbia, last
'uesday, was fiercely contested.
Victory was claimed by both Soplio-
mores and Freshmen.
The first choice of seats for the
Yale Glee Club Concert sold for $40
and the cost did not fall below $25
until 22 choices had been sold.
A dental student asserts that he
conies from a village in Wales which
has the following name: Ilanfairpw-
gogoch. He further states that this
name by virtue of its derivition, sig-
nifies many of the characteristics and
historical events of the village. A
suggestion would naturally present
itself to students studying the his-
tory of that period. This word
might be a mine of information; all
that is necessary is a great deal of
Dr. Taft, of the Dental depart-
ment, went to Chicago last Friday
night and from there to Washington,
Id. C., to make arrangements for an
International Dental Meeting to be
held. in Chicago during the time of
the Columbian Exposition in 11893,
The class in wood work in the
Mechanical Laboratory are making
patterns for the new wood-planer,
which will be manufactured by the
students in the near future, for use
in the Laboratory.
Higley, '91, lit, lost his pocket-
book in chapel Sunday.
Hooker, '91, law, wasiin Charlotte
A literary society is being or-
ganized in the dental department.
The new society is negotiating for
the use of Alpha Nu hall.
The recent speech of Senator In-
galls in the Senate has aroused much
interest among the students, as is
shown by the repeated calls at the
library, for the number of the Con-
gressional Record in which it is
The Technic board was organized
last evening, as follows. R. P. La-
mont, chairman and managing edi-
tor; D. B. Cheever, business man-
ager; R. L. Sacket, secretary.
The '92 dents petitioned their
faculty to have their library open
one night in the week. It was
Harvard has a freshman glee
club of 24 members, who are prac-
ticing twice a week. They also have
a prosperous'banjo club. Why can-
not our freshmen do likewise? It
would not only be a great source of
pleasure to the University as a woole
and themselves, but the best kind
of a feeder for our University clubs.
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ART GOODS. 10 west Bhr5
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
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46 SOTH MAIN ST.
Repairing a specialty.
AND COMMON COFFINS
J. A. POLHEMUS.
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North Main Street.
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Bakers and dealers in d feed,
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour an
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Maker of fine 0,
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ANN ARBOR, MIC1.
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