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October 10, 1890 - Image 3

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

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
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T1I1U TWO SAMS
Messrs. YO UMANV'8, KNOX'
and 8ILVEIMAIN'
See the /(ollar
THE -DQ-COAT
See it at
Of Old U. of M. should have a
University of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
Violin wind Guitar Strings, 10 ets.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
5 cts. Everything in proportios3.
L. It. Clement,
Is s. MainsinSt. ALLMENIP I AN rM O O RGAN UU.
TRS A.T
BROWN'"S DRUG STORE
tORN EI MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
LARIGEST STtOCKtOF TOILET Goons ANTD FINE CIGARS, Ton3ACCOS AND
CIGARETTES IN THE CITY.
cy
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I.. BLITZ
AlM~lorpStOIll1LaIIIItY VOORHEIS & DIETAS, FERGUSON & SLATING,
BEST WORK IN THE CITY ! STATE 1ST. TAILORS, Geits~l Fhiriishers aIJa* $atters
WARK OALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK. Carry a full linle of HATS, CAPS, NECKWEARI, HOSIERtY, GLOVES,.
~5tX. AL lITreFS SUENTS. UNDERIWEAR, Etc. The latest styles and all entire new stock to select from.
Ofice. -23 South Fourth Ave. C LL AND SEE US, 22 SOJTTI rrA..r_ 'SW., - . -sFTFT : M
" WA R'S OOK TORE DOWNTOWN67 Njonroe f\ve,, Detroi, Mich.
Every The Largest NMusalRerchandise House in
EeySuetwill save money hy huying University Text-Books anld all supplies at headquarters. We allowrn the uState. d eAgents tsr Martin. ,anSter-
special adDbo, o.sldiscount' o01 LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, DENTAL BOOKS, in short, every Book ulsed iln the art and en ornjo anys Best Str'igs in the
Unsiversity. 5,000 Blank Books at lowest prices. each for vislin and Guitar ad 0 ceats5 each
C 4('3 /' ZL fr Sanjo.
LEADING BOOK STORE IN THE CITY. A 9I.-11...
ALL THI1TEWEST STYLS
IN-
CLOTH ING
OF ALL KINDSIAT
J" T. J.ACOBS & CO.'S,
27 JAND 29 mAIN ST.
L. GRUNER.
ZDealer in
ttes jg2 sst an S retl.
Parnd Ce:ially asnd Prrals~y.
Everybody is invited to go to
the skating rink to-nighit, to wit-
ness the exhibition ill lightning
Paintillg. Books sold at ailittioil.
Save Time and Money
By Bulying yosur
LAW DOOKI
OF US WHILE WE ARE HERE.
Callaghan & .
114 Monro, St., 5aOS. State St.,
Chicago. Ann .Arbor.
EFACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS. ATHLETIC NOTES-
TFor Xledics.-Dr. Howell will Tile freshmnen won the cane
hold an examination Saturday, at rusls at Cornell.
2 p. In., for all those who were The Princetons eleven will go to
conditioned in Freshman Phiysiol- the trainsing table October 15.
ogylatea. Hutchinsols, Harvard's end
MISCELLANEOUS. rusher last year, hlas e~ntered the
Foot-ball practice takes place University of Pennsylvania, anod
on the campus every afternoon at may play on thetir eleven.
4-20. Let every player come ont Lehigh will play Yale at New
and try for the team. haven, October 11.
W. C. Malley, Captain. The Lehigh eleven ilntends to
A competitive examnination to make a southern trip this fall. It
ill vacancies in the GloseClub will play Johns Hopkins at Balti-
will be hield in room 24 Friday more, the Naval Academsy at Al-,
evening. napohis, and the Columnbia A. C.,
J. E. JAC__IESON, Poest. at Washington.
FOOT BALL-An important The deciding game of (lie
Ibooting of the Rugby Association series with the New Jersey Ath-=
wvill be held in Room A, main letic Club, played 011 Wedllesday
hall, Saturday, October 11, at afternoon, resulted in favor of the
103 . n . C. MALLEY, CAPTi. 1). A. C's, by the score of 3--1.
All University girls, irepc The New Jersey men were unable
tive of class or departmeni, are ill- t i od' icig
vtdtniein1011A, Str INTERCOLLEGIATE LAWN TEN-
day eveninig at 7:30. Iiiportant NIS ASSOCIATION.
business.___
U. OF M. ENGINEERING SOCIETY. At the annual meeting held at
-?d0oom A, Saturday, Oct. 11, 8 New Haven on Monday, the fol-
p. in., opening address by Prof. lowing officers were elected for
J. B. Davis, "cEngineers and How the ensuing year: President, F.
They re mde.K. Hovey, Harvard; Vice-Presi-
Students having had experience dent,. E. P. McMullen, Columbia;
in Orchestral playing and desiring
to .continue the same, call on F. Secretary and Treasurer, J. How-
McOmber, P. 0. stamp window, land, Yale.
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FIlE PHgOc6GRAPHS..
Millinery and Art Goods.
.10 East lusonuSt.
/t W, YORE ~& SON,
Mnufacturersaof
' - Band lnd Orchestra
Bald lndBOrchestra
C~irt l Cr Ccxtolie.
11stied FSee.
A GRAND RAPIDS,
MICHIIGAN.
U. of M, DAILY,
SIXf TIMES A WEEK,
3 Ce tts a COPY. $2.56 a~ear.

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