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February 06, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-02-06

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N CFV ('12 tj AILY
DINING AND LUNCH RO M, 2.9 -- T $2.8. -2.9
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
First class board, pe M Ir week.
Lunches at all hours.
Oysters in every style.
liine liee if Conifection, i gars, c.
NEW BOOK STORES,
A. Le.IPQBLC',
OQL.T TI1kJ'LTIN11T - EFTZEEN'
ff\~ \ F ~7 ~ .Q *T I'~' ~ ~ > our ic limits at 23'1 s. ii'itii5oicents Oil - cnts. -:ery' Article
\T : PCCN )'l ( IB S1I .S i qStrC1-t.41SOLtt St~cStric,
UNIVRSIT ThNT-IOOKS s IOI~i~7~ ~G. H. WILD,
A l b o k s p t t e i lC c it y S c h o o il gs (i c i ts . i u t iicts N o k " I d 1 s A lt 1 s s h w ;1 ' t h ei .i s l i t st I t tc i fi F 1 11u h D n l I T i i ti l ;I II i. t I , r f .
t( os a:11 th laest sadiic t1. lce \ctscinI'mic tt irs-o9
Large Stock of FVia tfitiil'ccs. 1A Warraiitcd lountaicic1_ (tti Glih far .50t i t.No. 2 E. Washi ngton St , earMain. G 1 Y J
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
[MLLJR ~IMF6RTERS
The best place to get a
TMADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES
((ii IAILi'S, in this city. 'You will save money by biiying of us. Ouir
lRE) STARt " OIL hias-io equal, biirnis without odor, iir
eciarriug of wick sod gives a clear whie ligbt.
Sold at lii cents iier galloni, delivereid to icy part ifttheiiiity.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & co.
THE CAMPUS.
C. XV . H eywood is nowc able toI
attenid his classes.
'T'he high school seniors hiiid a
class dance to-niglit.
Messrs. J oridaii sui Nortiii, of
the library force, are sick ibis week.
P'riif.IDewey will take charge iif
MODERATE PRICES, the' suniday nioruiiig s. C. A. mneet-
19 SOUTH MAIN;ST..
ANN ARBIOR,- - - MICIH.
BELE iIn & JOLlY
26CS. STATE ST., A.NN ARBOiR,14i0i.,
=Z= ONTZ,-=
Wholesale and Retail Agent
JAIMES q. BRINE,
1ii tilT I)I, 1'.tiE, U. ir NI.
COLLEGE + OFIFIITEL,
,ATUATI5,Iq GCQD$"
Blase Ball and Tcnnis Goods j
a Specialty.
10t AND 11 HIARVAlRD 1RW,
C. M. 1Hampier, law '91, is visit-
iig frieiids in Chicago, for a fewv
days.
1 . -. ricilnian sill retiiriito cc-
sonic his coltege work iicxt senics-
ter.
The iiectiiig of the Atletic Bloarid
wrill bele dci Saturday in Alpha N\u
halt.
Prof. Ttionilisous began his lctiires
(11(01 Real Estate law to the Seniiirs
this mornrig.
'tliers' are abouut sevecntyappli-
caiitsfor l r. I tciuey 'a course i[
paragrapbiuug.
Thie tale class ofi91 as agiven
$10 ,000 towaruds the eqipmliieiit of
their new gymnnasiuim.
I'. IF. Ioeliler, '90 law, tias recent-
ly becomie a partner of Judrge Tlif-
fany', Omiaha, Neliraska.
The sale of '93's Oracle has been
qtuite large, fully a thousand copies
hlaving beein disposed of.
There will be a meetiiig of the
Tennis Committee, Saturday, at 2 p.
m., at 47 William street.
J. NV. CURTIS, Chairman.
Onte of Ans Arbour's stuiients lis
bieen apptointed to a tirofessishipt
in Iteirlteltsrg uiiersitv. This is
P'rof. F. N. Scott is the hiappy
fattier of a biouncing batty girl. (,oi-
gratulations arc extenuded.
Prof. XWinchlel announced yester-
dlay the nanies of ttose who witulid
have to take the examination ini
Geology, course I.
Ois account otr his stprained ankhle,
P'res. Angell was citable ts asceiid
the stairs to roiom 24 yesterday, aiid
so miet bis class ini room A.
1:. C. WVariner, '91 , has finishici
his college weork and leaves tit-day
fur M'ionroe, where liewiltl teach
trench siiil (ermniitinthe high
school.
lliis imorninglProif. Girittiniiasi-
iniinedi that all tiise whom receiveci
nit notifircation to the cointrary,
inight ciiisiiter tieiii pse ed 55Clin
tie recini exaiion ii) ersona
Proplerty.
Thie Igteead aintjo i cltubits wiii
teasve Anis ;A rboir at 4t:30s p. Ill.
(loucat) A. A. antI V. 1R. R., Satuir-
dayc. ITiey willtie eintertaiiiedliii
Yplsi liy i1r. anidIMrs. W..1-I.
CGueriii. qr. Gu ierin is aii old frieiid
of the boys. Ile accomniiieidthe
clubs last year oii their western trilt
aiid rendereid them mny services
by securing for tliems special Itrivi-
leges on his road the C. aiid U. AV.
R. R. The A. A. soil Y. R. Rk.
furnish round trilp for twenty cents,
leaving Ann Arbor at 6:zo, return-
ing leaving Yptsi at 10:45.
EIISITIIESS PILECTO'-
WATCHMAKER AND EWL8
ii-i SiMAIN STREEcT, i~-~
andle iclry.
M. W . BLAKE.
5PICTLR S, FRAMSES,A
AR 'r 0001115. 1(ist eal
FERIDON LUMBER YARD'
Macnufacitrer iof and dele to(
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM DER
iorForhand iiniiDlepot Sts.
J. HALLER,
0. M. MARTIN,
DEAxiLEii IN
Cloth Caskets, MetlCE
A's CIiiii'IOCiN (IiiiS
J. A. POLHEMUS,
NocrtuhNliniiSireet. J
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Blakersan daer i ut
Groceries, ProvisionsFiour and Fee
i6 anit8 I..-i. (ouingian St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Makier IfCfi
J.ADIJES' acid G(F.N'rS1'I
RlepaiiingCnectlydone-. 4.S. 1110111 51
TERICHERSARINO
To SCHOOL 't~
N°. N7o.0Eh(I(BCN ST.C C1a
22I: URNSTiilET,1
ANN : Ilt13.)t . Il~t.;II
SHs- M E~&
SPECIMENS AND CURIOSITIES
itS ALL.IND.0
SPECIMENS FOR STUDENTS
Cheap Collections a Specialty'
Ftimous Satin Spar and other AMhne 3
slid Shell Jewelry and SO'vel-
ties always in Stock-

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