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January 31, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-01-31

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T-iF U;(n17M. TDAILY",
DINN IAND LUNCH ROOM, $298. AT $23983 p$2.98
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
First class board, $2,50i per week.
Lunches at all hours.
Oysters inl every style.
Fine line of (onifections, C igir-, etc.
A.sIL. 1PQBLC',
ao NTT.TTUNG- FTFTE.E2N
tour-in-Ilandls at c (ents, ot 5 etsalt etsA~ r li
S T A P_ _ _ _ _ _ _
6 SuhM rl Stret.45 Si A lulf'tt State lS tils StI,
L ~~rl il i xS, nnt 00Ss ~G. .WILD,
6I sI af oe .rthilo> ,~~
All h os il usedil il ei ii , iols. s ietN t ib e io lil- Is slimiiiitr the lIi, -tti o Oi ' I i Lull Iii o5 '-itin"i ll heZii ii iii t
ttllc~lt,, -oteI~os ad I'ul. D-af- .11Alt the tteot oheb ocsiu~ lc m itill iiIrli u t he
Comiipltte Line if Siti Iti l t d. igk;I ltril liliito t iercoit il b jim t iicni e Ic o
Large tock of Funiituli(fens. A Wa'trranted 'liiitt ii et fGlidliiii t.No. 2 E. WashoingtonStnear Main. C . Ii J '~
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
TAILOR ~IMTORER.
The best place to get a
MADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBO0R, - - - MICHt.
26tS. Sos-eu ST., A-, ARiOR, MI..
Wholesale and Retail Agent
INAY uMRINE
IatIE VaI0 1 1 Y a llI' I
A' '"J'L* t"" ito iW.B 1XE
, A I0 LJ1qT GO
Blase Ball anid 'Tennis Goodls
a Specialty.
10i ANI 11 StAtIVAID ROW,
THE LARGEST STOCK, U 1 T7,SS DT7ECTU- z
GREATEST VARIETY V.LWSTPIE
OIn LAMNPS, in this city. You swill save money by buying of us. Our
"RED) STAR" OIL has'no equal, burns wvithioiut odor, or
charring of wick and gives a clear white light.
Sold at 10 cmnts pier gallon, delivereid to any part of the city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
pE;LN & co.
I
THE CAMPUS.
C.t- Waters, late'92 is able to
be out after to weeks' confinement
to his roons with bronchitis.
IIT -A. lPiersoll, lInc'gi ,isrcoos c-
ing froiiiaii attaick of thei"grippie.'
Miss Jennie A. Crosby, lit '94,
left for D~etroit last nihlt.
'T'he .Adelpli Literary Society will
elect officers this evening.
D~r. 'Tieotdore Nelson 'of Saginaw,
has just been electetd presidlent of
Kalaniazoo College, to succeed D~r.
Willcox, who, by Isls very arbitrary
anth unjust ruliiig in the liazing af-
fair, last wiiiter, caiiseid iearly every
studeiit to lease. With D~r. Nelson,
the Bloardl of Trustees feel confideiit
that they caii revive the iiistitution.
Rev-.(Gelston's subject fur Sundlay
cieeiiiii is "A 'T'ruie'Methiodlof
ReaisoiniifoyrlDoubters."'
ROOMi2I1 wis entirely f1lleilthis
ilo~in y stiiteiits whii
ie t to siiigicollege songs. Thli
iWtraniCy iiiiasiuiiiw'ssusng
lie :Misses lHagermiaii aiiilAla-
Ii iieyijV lits, -ill sipeinilSuinday
ini llirniiniham.
nie freshmnan foot-ball teaiiihatd
their picetures takeii to-day. Sonic
sophioniores are anxious to knosw if
they will have a baniner phloto-
graphiled.
'The '93 lit base-ball associatioin
will pirobably be reorganizcd next
week.
Dhillani, the boxer aiidswrestler,
will lie here shout 'February iotli,
also MIr. H obson is forming a class
iii bariiaidsworid exercise. iiarticiilars
about these classes can lie obitaineid
of Chas. Sheller, State street.
l oot-ball has been piroib~itedl at
the Carlisle Indian school as a
"fienedish"' gamie.
I. 111. Keniiedy seas chitsen fromi
the Pharmacy depiartmsent as D irec-
tor of the A. A. this afternooni.
A very exciting suowv hall contest
totok place at Prinicetoii, 'Tuesday
afternoon, betwveen the siiophoiore
and freshman classes. Over 250
nien took hart and the s~oiiomoces
finally drove the freshmen troni the
camipuis.
The Detroit High School Alumni
Association Exercises.
r Yesterday aftertioitanid esveuig
the 'slumniiofiithe IDetroit HIighi
Sictool held thiei r aiinital reuioitn.
Thli exercises iii the afternoiinicoi-
sisteid of a literary anid miutsical pro-
graim, anid iii ihe es-cli g a reiceition~
wsas givit in the Light Infantry
Armory. 'Ihe lproceedls fromi the
entertaiiiiieiit go towvards thie estab-
lislimnit of a schsolarship in the
D~etroit Hlighi School, by wvhichi each
year the most wvorthsy student in the
Senior class is sent to the to niversity.
Tshe University Glee and Banjo Club
piarticipated in the exercises. About
thirty High School Alumni from the
U. of Ms. attended the reception.
WATCHMAKER RAND JEWLE9
st SMAIN STRIEET, sV55is
Stiveitiitteiitioii iaid ito repaitig
M. W . BLAKE,
P~ICTURES, FRAME S,
ART GOODS. 105Westium
FERDON LUMBER YARD'
Manufoctsreri-of aiiiieaeir inl
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM
J" HALLER
~um0m-TTz" 17Z,
0. M. MARTIN,
Cloth Caskets, ea
ANtiCOO)N N oFiNS.-
J. A. POLHEMyUS
Nioriislth.Ma'iStreet. I
TRINSEY & SEABOLT.
Bakiiersiandvideasiiimis
Groceries, ProvisionsFliour andlU
ti iiniii8iE.5'iiihingtonti St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
j Maker of finc
I.AD1IES' and (SENTrS'40
TERACHE R SARE I NTRODC I
To ScHKOL0tl
XLL ND NINIT
2 1". HUORBORN STRET
:ANN Xii iii ( Ii.
0"h} L INE
SPECIMENS AND CURIOSITIES
OFv ALL KINDS.
SPECIMENS FOR STUDENT'
Chieap Collections a Specialty'
Famous Satin Spar and other Miner's
Shell Jewelry and NOVelti(I
always in Stock.

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