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October 07, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
POR"Nol
TiE TWO SAMS
Messrs. YOUMAN'S, KNOX'
and SIL VERMAN'S
See&the Collar
THE -D[]- COAT
See it at
Of Old U. of M. should have a
University of Michigan
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch o
Violin amid Guitar Strings, 10 ets.; Banjo and Mandol
5 cts. Everything in proportion.
L. n. Clement,
388 . Ma.in St. ALLEIDINGE1 fIALNO 0
T ADE AT
BROWN'S DRUG Sr
CORN Ell MAIN AND IIURON STREETS.
f
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, n is
mitar.
f the road.
in Strings,
TORE
ToBACCOs AND
[atters
ERY, GLOVES,
k to select from.
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LARGEST STOCK of TOILET GooiS AND FINE CIGARs,
T ~E T O SA \/S. LT. BLITZ CIGARETTES IN THE CITY.
AInhi A j M 1o8 latY VOORHEIS & DIETAS,
BEST WORK IN THE CITY! 'STATE ST. TAILORS,
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK.
Aral ITES To suENTS.
Office. - 23 South- Fourth Ave. iALL AND SEE US,
FERGUSON & SLATING,
Gets' Furijishers aijd 1
Carrya full line of HATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, OSI
UNDERWE AR, Etc. The latest styles and an entire new stoc
22 S -I STArr sT., - AN
'WAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWNZ
Every Student will save money by buying University Text-Books and all supplies at Headquarters. We allow
special discount on LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, DENTAL BOOKS, in short, every Book used in the
Uiversity. 5,001 Blank Books at lowest prices.V
LEADING BOOK STORE IN THE CITY.
GRANGER'S
1r ACADEMY OF DANCING,{-
Opposite ILaw BuIlding.
Pupils wili be received at any time during
the season.
Save Time and Money
By Buy ing your
LAW DOOKI
OF US WHILE WE ARE HERE.
Callaghan &I,.,
114 Monroe St., 50 S. State St.,
Clicago. Ain Arbor.
U. of M. DAILY,
SIX TIIES:A WEEK,
3 Cents a Copy, $2.50 a Year.
ATHLETIC NOTES.
Wednesday last--Harvard 41,
Exeter 0.
0. S. Campbell (Columbia)
holds the national championship
1u tennis~
FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Fop MEDics, IROMEOPs AND
DENTs.-The first class in Quali-
tative Chemistry meets next
Wednesday at 3 o'clock in Room
A., Chemical Laboratory.
S. G. JEgss.
ENGs..-Bay an oversight it
is stated in the Announcement
that students wishing to take Eng.
9 (History of the English Lan-
guage) must have passed Courses
1 and 3. It is only necessary
that they have passed Course 1.
GEO. II1_n'L.
To Lew STUDENTs.-Law lect-
ures will be delivered next week
as follows: Monday, Prof. Thomp-
sos; Tuesdsy, Prof. Wells; Wed-
nesday, Prof. Knowlton; Thurs-
day, Prof. Wells; Friday, Prof.
Wells. To post-graduates and
seniors Judge Brown will lecture
at 3:45 on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday.
ENGLIsH.-Two sections have
been arranged for Course 15.
Principles of Style, to meet in
Room L as follows: Section 1,
Monday, 7 p. s.; Friday, 2 p.m.;
Section 2, Tuesday and Thursday
at 11:30 a. mo.
F. N. ScoTT.-
MISCELLANEOUS.
FooT BAL.-An important
meeting of the Rugby Association
will be held in Room A, main
hall, Saturday, October 11, at
10:30 a. m.
W. C MALLEY, CA 1%
There will be a meeting of the
Dramatic Club next Wednesday.
It is especially desired that more
of the young ladies of dramatic
tastes will take an interest in the
work. P. R. DE OPONT.
U. oF M. ENGINEERING SOCIETY.
-Room A, Saturday, Oct. 11, 8
p. m., opening address by Prof.
J. B. Davis, "Engineers and How
They are Made."
Meeting of Choral Union this
evening at 7:30, in Room 24.
ATHLETIC NOTES.
Boston has won the Players
League pennant, and Brooklyn
finished first in the National
league.
Only about a dozen men were
out for foot-ball practice yester-
day.
The Freshmen won the cane
rush at Cornell.
The University of Pennsylvania
eleven defeated the.Swarthmore.
College team Wednesday, 10 to 0.
Foot-ball games Saturday: At
Middleton,Ct., Wesleyan defeated
Trinity-score 12-5. The Orange
(N. J.) Atheletic Club defeated
Columbia-score 21-0. At Cam-
bridge Harvard 45, Dartmouth 0.
At Brooklyn, Yale 18, Crescent
6. Beecher, Bull and Terry play-
ed with the Crescents.
._7 [Aonroe fjve,, Detrol M ch.
The5 Lrs t Mi Mr chand e Booneis
the State. Ageat; o re Sntia. Washburn,
Bruns and tienary Guitars and Rosbsoe, Stew-
set and Bessary itaos. lBest Strings in the
Wsrld senit be mail to any address at 15 cenets
each fsr Violin and Gotar and 10 cents each
for Banjo.
Miller
Hct -
OOT
OIm
SHOES.
F -t-
lFj PHOfTOGRAPHS,
Millinery and Art Goods.
50 atst uronSt.
/Ih, YOE & SON
Mattnfacturers of
land lnd Orchesrn
lIndlad Ohesta
music
seal1Jor C(?talsse.
GRAND RAPIDS,
MICHIGAN.
Everybody is invited to go to
the skating rink to-night, to wit-
ness the exhibition in lightning
painting. Books sold at auction.
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