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October 11, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-11

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
.ti ...
TIh TWO SAMS
Messrs. YOL/MAN'8, KNOX'
and 8IL VERMA/'8
See the C ollar
new
THE -L"-COAT
Sece it at
9-
z
o re
Of Old U. of M. should have a
University of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Gua ranteed every inch of the road.
Violin aid Guitair Strings, 10 ets.; ilaliiji) and Madalolini Strings,
5 cts. Everything ini lreeortioii.
L. 11. Clmaiei.nTtTfTr
'TIJE _MA 2r
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORINERlI INAND IHUON STR11111
L. RnE~rsinT(CK (n ToILEr Goofns AND FINE CIGAnS, Ton3ACCUs AND
C1inknErTaS IN inE CIrY.
FERGUSON & SLATING,
Ge~s'Ft iriijishers aijd afters
Carry a full1 line nftII:' S. CAPS, N ECKWEX1I, IIOSIIIY, GLOVES,
UNI)EItW1EAII, Etc. The latest styles and an entire nesv stock to select trout.
22> SO┬ęTTr S'A r s'., - ANN TET 0
_____ 6 Mn roe Pive ,,Detroit,.Mich,
W N8 The Largest Musicsl Merchandise Reese in
at Hadqurter. Weallow the State. Agents Cur Martin. Washbarn,
supplies aBedqatrsreunas and BenaryoGis, n.d Dobsan, S5w
KS, in short, every Book sised in the art andBunaryuBanjos. Beat Strings In the
World seatb mail toary address at 15 cenie
each foeeiini and Guitar and 10 cents ech
_car Baajo.
AIAr OP stOhllbllli. VOORHEiS & ETS
BEST WORK IN THE CITY STATE ST, TAIL ORS,
WOIIK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FI RST CLASS WORK.
Ofic. -23 SouthuFourth Ave. G/LL INSSEELi,
~WAHRSBOKSORD
Every Student will save money hy hbuying Uiiiversity Text-Books and all
special discount on LAW BOOKS, MEDtCAL BOOKS, DENTAL BOO]
University. 5,000 Blank Books at lowest prices.
LEADING BOOK STOtRE IN THlE CITS
Y/.
ALL THlE NEWEST STYLES
-IN-
CLOTH ING
OF ALL KINDSIAT
J. T. JA.COBS & CO.'S,
.,_27 AND 29 MAIN ST.
FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS, day evening at 7:30. Important
LAw DLEPATMNT.-Lectures inbuies
law departmoiit for we-ck begin- S tudeints leaving lead experience
iting Oct. 13 will be as follows:i Oreliestiral playting and desiriiig
Monday, Prof. Thompson; Tiies- tot coiitinule tree same, call oii F.
day, Prof. Wells; Wedneday, M1cOmnber, P. 0. stamp wiindow.
Prof. Wells; Thursday, Prof. S. L. A. COURSE.
Tlhoinpsoii; Friday, Piof Kitowl-
ton. Judge Blrown-t will lectutre to The board of the Loctnre Asso-
seniors and graduates oin Momnday, ciation hiave about comnplcted ar-
Wednesday, aiad Friday alt 3:25 rneet o h entire course,
p.in. rnoauso u
SCIENCE AND ART OFs-TEACHINGe.
iL.iRsiER s.-rot. Hinsdale aisiounces that
zo zs .~DS o;,- on Tuesday, Oct. 14, 5 p. us.,
SeairingsiosuNethyaPrmtl. Room 21 , lie will begin his course
--- of lectures on Oriental Education.
Everybody is iiivitedltot go to The principle siubjects considered
thie sk-ali -ngtt wt will be, "4The Geiieral Facts Con-
riik tiigli, o wt-ditioning Oriental Education,"
n'ess the exhibition iii liglitiiing "<The Educational Ideas, Institu-
Painting. Books sold at suctioii tions of the Ilebrews,' and "gTie
Eduicatioinal Ideas and Iiistitiitions
of the Chiniese."
Save Time and Money --
MiSCELLANEOUS.
J13,iiivi, ouair
\ViREvAIEN.-A inectiiig oifithe
S ZT. of illf. rwicelimen s-ill ibo held
LAW buuMK in the Law buildimig 1Moiday tie--
ling, Oct. 13, at 7:30. All bi-
cyclists tire ugd obeprslt
OF US WHILE WE ARE HERE. Foot-ball practice takes placo
onth campus every afternoit at
Callaghan , -0 e every player comeO out
s an tryforthe team.
LISW.,C:- Malley, Captain.
1 np o a,., 50 S tate St., All University girls, irrespec:
uS' -~-- - --tive of class or department, are in-
Chicago. .Ann "Arbor.' vited to meet in Room A, Satur-
wiiell wil i a ee'.- IL, P
as follows: Nov. 8, Leland T.
Powers; Nov. 21, Frederic Vil-
hiers; Dec. 13, Hild-Park Concert
Company; Jan. 0, Jlen-y M. Stan-
ley; Jan. 21, F. W4t. (lunsaulus;
Feb. 21, R11I. Coiis-ell.
The course is a strong one, and
the board deserve credit for itheir
Eeniterp~rise.
Mller
Hait5.
Q{9If -2,
FINE PHOfflGRAPHS,
Millnery and Art Goods.
31 YOU 101
Manufactucrrs o
- - Band lnd Ochsra
PUR111114ROF~ea
Bnel anr tras.
U. of M. DAILY,
3 Cents a Copy. $2.50 aYoar.
INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOT-BALL
LEAGUE.
Schueule of gaimes-Nov-. 1,
Yale vs. Wesleyati,at New avaeni;
Nov. 15, Yale vs. U. of Penmi., at
New llav eii; Nov. 15i, Priinceton
vs. Wesly an, at Blrooklyni; Nosv.
1S, Primacetoma vs U. of Penn., at
Piladelphsia; Nov. 26, Wesleyan
v~s U. of Penm., at Brooklyn; Nov.
20, Yale vs Princeton, at New
York.
Twenty-five xim have begun
training at Amherst 'fbr The
eleven.
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