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October 09, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-09

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
THE TWO $AM$
Messrs. YOUMA/'S, K/V OX'
D; ',and 81LL/ERMA'S
fee the / 0/-(tiler
THE - li-COAT
t See it at
Of Ofld IT. of M. should have a
Univer sity of Michigan Q uitar.
Prices lowe(st, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of (lie road.
Violin amid Guitar Strings, 1(1 cts.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
5 ets. E -er fling iii lproportion.sj
>5S. MaiS. TTTU"~TST -Q
.BROWN'S DRUG STORE
COttNEli MIANAi S l 7 T tt'lt STREETS.
LAxixRGSTiCI OFTOILEr Dunn.S A,,-Pi Ix I iS, ToliACClS AND
(loxAlnrErnS IN Tmnt:OrrY.
FERGUSON &SLATING,
Gijbs5 Ftirijisheirs aijd $aters
Carrv a full line if JIVt I4, PM N I M I tiO Ir!%'RY, LOVEL
LT 4IJE Ell I, E,,itc . Tlieitstyles aniiitin olii-e ntis ssi k to seect fions
rr=-p ~ 7O 0SZ~SE3
Ir.. J.iErz
Rli Aiop~ XIRI1Lalllty, VOORHEI-S &DITS
BEST WOR IN THE- CITY! STATE ST. TAILORSJ
'WORK CALLED FO. aRid ELIVERED., FIRST CLASS WORK.
Office, 23 Southi Fourth Ave. DALL AIND DEE DS,
-Every Stiiient will sav-e mou(, y yiyig Uniiversity Text-Books :111( all sutpplies at lleadquarterc. lWe aliowv
special disicounit onIi AW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, D)ENT.LhOKS , i short, every Book usedin i the
1idiversity. 5ees0hBlank Books at lowestprcs
LEADtNG 300K STORE IN THEL CITY.
I'I: I.:'.: ,c - M ii clMeicolionii c Ilousec iit
i ii !t . , : te ici r loii. 1W;Sstlhiicn,
HI'lIliIloisi ti1 a, lli I Iiiid oin, Slew-
,!ii cssi 3Ilenilsy l:isti. Ic-f i ll r,: ill she
11til t 1 nulltlosett'i r sl ice sisaccci
each 1 r Yilin siid Gtrzlld l. sn 10 cents each
Miller- -
ALL TEE d WEST D2YLLT FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS.
I\T ~ ~To Liiw STIutcxa 'ir.-Law lott-
uses will hoesleliveredl next week
G asetollows: Mosiday' Prof. Tlhomip-
son; Tuesday, Prof. Wells; Wed-
nesday, Prof. Knowlton; Thuirs-
OF ALL KINDS1IAT Wll. To pot-gradsi1atee and
snosJudge Browns will lecture
" T. JACOBS & co.'s,I at 3:45 on Moniday, Wedniesday
an1d Friday.
27 AND 1) 2 MAIN s-1r. JONINEiOIC5--Stutlents in Gcr-
Ocallo irii
Fvelbode- is iiivitedl to i) Io
theo chat in r 1i uktoiigit, to Nwit-
'Ilsthe tiexiibitioni ic i liIsii
PaintiI c bilky c>ti azt 'action
have Time and Money
LA! 3QOKs
OF US WHILE WE ARE HERE.
Callag~han& .,
manis Coturse C. This class will
(slease lie prepared on Section 84,
Joynies Reader, iii case that the
Isrescribed text does snot co is for
'Tuesday's recitation.
G. . ivci .rT.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Foot-ball practice takes iplaco
'011 the cainpiss every aftersnoons at
4-20. Let every platyer coseout
and try for the teass.
AV. C. Mallev, Capotainl.
A competitive 'examnsatioss to
fill vacanicies ini the Glee Club
wvill be held ina coons 24 Friday
evensing.
J. E. JAI 'IN rest.
FOOT BAt.-An important
meeting of the Rugby Association
will be held it Roosm A, main
ball, Saturday, October 11, at
10:30 a. m.
vited to nieet ill Roona A, Sattur-
daty eveinlg, at 7 :30. innposiasit
buissess.
U. () F . ESoINEE RING SO(CiETY.'
--Rioosm A, Saturday, Oct. 11,
pi. inl., opening address by Prof.
J. 13. Davis Lunglleers asid How
They are AMade."
ATHLETIC NOTES.
The annulial iter-collegiate tess-
his toursaeannt began sit Newv a-
Yell yesterday. Close con~tests arcc
looked for. Colusmsbia is the fa-
vorite, since Camnpbell is sure to
win the sisigles. Hecr chance for
the doubles is also good.
The Cornell foot-ball muesi sre
showing til well in practice galuesI
and there is every probability thast
a team will be turned~t out fully is
strosig as that of last year.
Lehigh appliled for admlissiosi to
the Inutercollegiate foot-ball league
bilt xvas uniasnasmously rejected.
Captaiul Malley retquests that
the msen who play ball nlext 1110
foot-ball grounds, in tile afternsoon
will use sosme other diamnld.
There is danger thlat some of is
players may be struck by tile bat-
ted ball
Columbia opened Monday witb
a cane rushi between thue two low-
er classes wbich the sophs won by
a score of 154.
I 1" PHOT6GRAPHS,
M0ilI fney andArt Goods.
JlWlYORK & SOS,
Manufacrsercs of
-Bind and Onelisln
Band and Orchetra
m usic
scl cs daljue.
GRtANDi RAPIDS,
U. of M. DAILY,
SIX aTIMES A WEEK,
3 Cents a Copy, $2.50 a Year.
OOT,
+OfJX
H{ats.
SHOS
1~MoioeSt, 50S.SaeS. All University ;girls, irrespec-
Cbhicago. Ann Arbor. tine of class or department, are in-

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