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January 21, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-01-21

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TIA4F I T ' D IY
DINING, AND) LUNCH ROO 0M,
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
First class board, '2_.3'0 per week.
Luniches at all lhours.
Oysters in every style.
Fine line of Conifections,(Cigars, tc.
NEW BOOK STORES,
NOBLE,
The Clothier,
- S O F .I:S p e c i a l V a l u e s U n d e v w e c lP
BLACK UNDJERWEAII AT $1t.50, x2)00AND $3o.00
?~j" ji',9 J j 1 BARGCAINS IN UND)ERIWEAII AT ,!)cyl3 A-
6 Soulh Maul Street. 44 South~ Stat Street,
UNiIXLRSIIXT L'YT-I300KS, T2 T G. H. WILD,
Medical BooksLawSooks, IlLANK Bo3011k1, ALL KINDS, Z
All B3ooks used iii City Schools. I Students, Note Books anid Pads. 1)raft- Is sliowing the Largest Stock of 1Full1Dress Suitings in the market.
CopeeLine of Sporting Goods. ing Iiistrumients. All the latest dihades and iov elties in I ronzserings rindl
('onipOetoseatings. Fine Vests caii be had(1ofP
Large Stook of Founitaiin Peiis. A Warranted Fountain Pen (Goldl) for X1.50) No. 2 E. Washington St . near Main. . H. V
JAMES M, STAFFORD, THE LARGEST STOCK, __3-lSIllESS PILLCTOR '
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MODERATE PRICES.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
THE CAMPUS.
Hteiiry Wade Rogers, will be in-
stalled president of the Northwestern
iiiiversity on February 20.
'Thle Colunibia Seiniors will piresent
the college wills a windosv in nieniory
tif Alexainder 1-haniiltoii.
Thle candidates for the P'riiiceton
foot-ball teamO for Si i, began their
witer wvork ois Friday.
'The Italian goverinmieint has order-
ed the stiuty of English to lie added
to the courses of all the colleges.
Prof. Taylor swill coninence his
reviews in Political Econsomy F ri-
day.
The Bleta Thectes will give a ban-
quet in hsonor of Rev. D~r. Gunsau-
lus tn-morrow evening.
Prof. Pattengill's class in fresh-
man Greek finishes the Synsposiuns
to-morrow, after which this work and
the Orations of Lysias will be re-
viewed.
GREATEST VARIETY d LOWEST PRICES
On LAMPS, in tis city. Yen will save nioney by buying of us. Our
tIRED STAR" OIL 115500 equal, burns without odor, or
elharring of wiek and gives a clear white light.
Sold at t10 cents per gallon, delivered to anly part of tile city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
pEAN & co.
P'rofs. Rolfe and Cleenit are giv-
their classes a vacatioin and a treat
by tranislatinig''Ars Poetica'' them-
selves. Boths classes will blegin the
review if the semester's work on
'Thursday olr Friday.
Prof. Wells will finsh his lectures
on Bills aiii Notes before seniors
to-day.- Ile still begin lecturiing on
Personal Property to-day.
Mr. Clemnt's class ini Livy begain
reviewing to-day,
Mr. Dlenniey will give a nesw course
in English niext semester. It swill be
a cotiiuiatioii of Course i in Eng-
lish which is given this semester.
Thle class will do adsvanced wvork in
rhetorical anialysis ainu paragraph
writing.
An all-Americain cricket team has
arranuged a series o~f ganies to lie
played lext sumiiier with the biest
teams ini Euiglaiud, iinuluding those
(If Oxsford aiii Canubridge.-Crinii-
Thsefhrst mieetinig of the iiesvAthi-
eltiloarit will lie held ini Alpha
Nii hall , Satiiriday, 2 p. in., Janu-
ary 24111. 1-1. G. Fitio, Pres.
'There will be an oral debate be-
tween thse law and literary depart-
ments in the law lecture room this
eveninig at S p. m.
Thie two following courses were
omitted by mistake frons the an-
nouncemenlt: Course q, Thseocritus,
Monday and Wednesday, q Y2-- 1o 2
Course ga, Bion and Moschus,
Thursday,w9 %-- r2
At the "mind-reading" entertain-
ment, at University Hall, Saturday
eveuning, IDr. Gatchsell will give an
indoor nmodification of Wasinigton
Irving Bishop's famous feat of driv-
ing through the streets bliind-folded,
aind finidiiig a niaiie iii a hotel regis-
ter.
Yale furnished Princeton's first
three isresidents.
A co-operative association has
b~een formed at the University of
Penn. to be run on the sanme princi-
iles as those at Harvard and X'ale.
The U. of M. nmight do likewise.
The Owsosso MUiversity Club, just
organizedl, elecied the followving of-
ficers: President, G. R. L~yon;
vice-president, D~r. McCormic; sec-
retary, H. It.IDewvey; treasurer, F.
It. Gould. 'They intend to have a
bianquet iii the near future.
Couirse 9 in French wvill lie gis-ens
on 'Tuesday andTihtlursday at 9:3o-
10:30 iiisteaid of 10:30-11:30.
IHogo Pans gave a spread to a fesv
of his friends last night.
A professor at Yale has iinvented
ain apiparatius to illustrate the subject
of cubic etirves.
Osving to the incapacity of Roons
24 to hold the large number desiring
to hear Prof. Winchsell's lecture last
Friday Evening, the next lecture
wsill he given in the University
Chapel. The subject is "Organic
Evolution," and the lecture will be
delivered Friday evening, January
2 3rd.
WM. ARNOLD. R
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and Ic elr-
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ART GOODS. 1uset ~I
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Manufacturer of and dealer i
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Cor. Fourth and Depoll51 /
J. HALLER
40 SOUTHIAIN ST.
Repair-ing a spncialty. -'
0. M. MARTIN,
DEALER IN l4
Cloth Caskets, Metal
AND COMMON iCOiFFIN
J. A. POLHEMUS.
AS'BSHACK AND BAGGAGE I'IN
North5 Main Street.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers and dealers in df
Groceries, Provision s,Flour an~d
6 and 8 E. Washington St. .
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of fine go
LADIES' and GENrTS' 0
Repairing neatly donn. 43 S. Main ~
G RA NGER'S-- "
ACADEMY OF DANCING,4g
Opposite lLaw BulldinlE'
Puapils willibe received at any time duri1
the seanon.
22 E. HIUttON STREET,
ANN ARBlORt, anCI.
9HEk 0, M1NEK1O
SPECIMENS AND CURIOSITIES
OF ALL KINDS.
SPECIMENS FOR STUDENTS'
Cheap Collections a Specialty'
Famous Satan Spar and other. Mhinerals
Shell Jewelry and Novelti5#
always in Stock.

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