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February 18, 1891 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-02-18

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
FIIRST IN THlE FIELD WITH NEW (F00DS.
NE W MACKINTOSH COATS.
0-)I1 AN S SPI I-N6 SIIAIIS NOW IN.
THE TWO SAMS6
L._ 131VrZ.
n11I Aropr \J~n~tIofi lll laurY, VOORHEIs & ETS
BEST WORK IN THE CITY!1 STATE ST, TAILORS,
OR ALLEDFOR and DELITERED.' FIRST CLASS WORK.
Offlee- 23 South Fourth' Ave. E- LL ANL] SEE LUS.
a ' .1 :'':.T -ax-7 j'_._ '(- TT'' '' .
Of Old U. of M. shioutl have at
Univer~ity of Michigan Guitar.
P'riceis loweest, (Qualit y highest. Guaraniteed every inch of the r'oad(.
Violin amd1(1Guitar Strings, 10) ets.; Balnjo and Maiidoliii Strings,
5 ets. E 'eryt ting ill propiortionl.
,..3 t. ('lein, A LLL hLDI ?iATO sU L i-7.0 1 CO 0.
rhAJE A'I
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
(OlN ERI MAIN AND HURON STRIEETS.,
L.A1Z6E1T rSTrOCK 'n0"TOILEr GOOiS AND FINtiE [CIGsARlS, TOBiACCOS ANID
i( AID' I IS IN 1111 CI'T'.
I'or the nlext thirty (lays we will ,i re It) per cent
oill all sales tio the
C'rVNASITTM IFTYN'D_
FERGUSON & SLATING,
WAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN.
pe} tiiil( lit 'iiill save mioniey n liiiigliiiersily exit-Ilooks iiidlall supil-,! ',it Ieadlquar'ters. We allowV
speiaiil idiscoiiit oi L AW BOOK 1(, EICAItI tOt)KS, I)E T'''AI BOOKSiin sli's eery Biook iusedlill t 1i
1 iii~sstilt ),01 link BIlk,; at Ii 1 it price.,
T THE TT Facoity A nnounceentsfor eondcI i , S TY.L3emsr.{
-IN liiii' (m ' -'s'ix tls' 2
fliP rr ,rmr'~'Tr'I (ommiaitl Rtela'ionis of the [loute
II(~IL- II\1i Sates, will lie'glven this semsester as
a 1t1woor lecture i'oure secetin"
from 4 ti in 'loon h.It is in-
OF ALL KIN DSIAT tendril to treat thr eteelopmenitiloif
J m , ~~the foreign omme~iiir'e oithellt'Unilteil
T' J ACOBS & CO.'S, Slates and to idiscuss i tradle polio.
27 AND 29 MAN 81T. aidapted to this icountry.
'- - ('Corse .1istory o olLisnmic
L. GRUN ER. 'Thoughtuisii'lly "lien the first sen-
Slalrin o NA 3 H ester, is offered as asttwor text
No. u sSoitli (trll810. lioik ooirse for this semiester. Stui-
- yiiilPi'iii --t - deiits desirinsg to eleet this riourse
t~htnond Straight QUt. ma'y 'report at lRoiomitii Friiday at i 2
No. I io'cockuhenvi iithe hours for ielt
CIGARETTES. lug still he arraiiied.
0" .Coure 1 a. istoiofInds-Iii
Cym Feind Conmm'ittee.
'lihe lollosein', iie1ii re aitied
I Iby lie gymniasium ci omit itee toi
solcit subsicriptlionto~l the gt Iiiias-
oiiflndilfrtomithe iundeirelassiien:
'Messrs. lisgert,Wt'iiing;, 0(11.
I'. Wieber, R'oger SIherolail, larris,
Shartiless, Loeb,('adwsell, lDrewe,
New s'scsrititionl ooks are now
reatdy, anid eaii le gotten at the
Alpiha Dielia house. 'Ihey shoutld
lbe plrociuredtit oiiee.
1-U(ti1 F. s'sxtDE s ''et..
THE CAMPUS.
LINGS i S II HOSE
67 lo-ro0e veDetoiMih
'I'he liiigesti'lnsoic'erni seH sei n
thP ate. et s o aln ahu
Mzc o illinery uirand Art ceos -ac
for lLI. ...
'A5 r.2THBE
SHORTPHAND .,HS
Mlillog inera nd Art1 G1oel .
tlI' 5 e Ncilliiiitiiiyiaii S i Qocl
till (It hers. i' il
Ctii) 1 The li iii iii'i iStraighti
il l il' "ttIt' i n ii . '' l iiih Cl
tt11111 i11 1o t1-it ilth \ t I . ,
A, Arbor Savings Bpank
'S 111-I1111(1 1 Vice1 li
Qttt7ttI (IS'Did tlPrenseant
«.iisll fttr eoa., VoieP''and
t'sin, t. E.IHurIs',caShiE.
t to - StrE. G , --
trie, 'onda Dom h l 1e. ('ha~s. S. tack lhis lieen
will coinsist ill a study ofitheIiene' eleicted edlilt,ontilhie hiart ofthe
pal industiarie, alte i iiotillll Illliiteiolltliil'IDeplartmlent, flilthllt
All1 those swhoiiaree contemiiplatinii
iii ct'I il - i'ce Drma tm-,W), AvI i il u iti.wil las en hel
Inet o Weneday an Frd iiiainaestotl it. '. IHubllatrd,5SiEast
.- luonstret blefolrt ''lliiisiiay ci cii
M51ISCELLANEOU. nsii a',toireeieteusilatilus.
fot-Ba lll hlayei-s auryltiose diesiu'inug Aliiletic associations to look uiiithe
tolge't acqi ntlued iiittlt'e lanielare muatte'r of a lhimioc'talenutIinistrel
tellulestidto uieet oniI ithe icapuis a s'whitrthe ii'eiit iii the tase-ball
:.i 0. JAMISs'AINWAs Ell.
-=-, .-.. --.- -the Psi . lhouise.
'There willhisaaleiiithg of the '\I r. J. .iaretay's lectture, wh~ichI
freshiman clts on next Satuiruday, wtas Inolie givenin ithte lPrestbyterian
Fteh. 21, at a2]IIu.in 10Roomitii I l-ichuirtch, Sullnday'eveing, next, will
porstant husinessa
J.uW. Ioti i Iresideint. lie potstpoinedI till MuarchI 1st, on ac-
coulnt oil lr. Harper's institute in
Who~'s got Itety?' niversity chapel.

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