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October 14, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-14

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
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Messrs. YOUMAN'S, KNOX'
and NIL VERMAN'8
see thetClla
THE - L-COAT
See it at
Of COld U. of M. shold have a
University of MihgnGuitar.
Pi'ces loxivest,C,?ualityhIigite t. Enaranteid every inch ar the roa d.
Violin mnod Guitar Strinigs, 10 cts.: Bansjo atnd Mandolin String;s,
5cts. 1Exe(rt thing in rpin timn). O {t t
( etnent, ALLMEITPIIG{ tE"RL AITL & OLGAII 00.
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BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORlNERt MAIN ANID tHURON ST ET'S.
LARIGEST S') OQI OFTOILET Gooos AND FINE CCKInans, TonACCOS AND
ClOAIIETrTEs IN TlE CITY.
FERGUSON & SLATING,
Gei~ts, Fhiishe rs ain $alue
(arC tt ~ei IXS(AlPSI(,KX' I, 1 1B, GLOVES,
Car alln fHT, CK .1HSE NDER,) 'AII, _Etc. Thett styes antid InntOire wwstock ti select Iron.
TI2~E1 T~7TO ~.A2vLS.
L.. uBITzI
AIn Aror 1eoml1Landry VORHES &ETAS,
BEST WORK IN THE CITY : ST.ST TAILORS1
WOREX CALLED FOR and DIELIVERED, FIRST CLASS WORK.
Office. _ 23 Sooth Fourth Ave. -- LLt N E IE
3'- sr ttrt ait ave IiUnfYtv iti i velisrsity yx-I7n2s titVil sti' i l titltttltt. W -itiIll iniu5ti11tiyi.unts tt is s t Sew
'T(icil i ounttlt t l.IA M100 E 51DICAL lOOKS, DENTAL, I001S, intt tot, evcry tookusedctill tc ithe t".lI; i di ., 15-i i c, ilth
I his rr-tiy. 500 inst I Bok ssat lowest prices. tiii iil i i i ioux j"; Iti'- I ciii
LEJ)'. IN (: ItOCI STOIIV IN T l+yr i'. CITY. N rjV
' --. L Tyx LL7VTi jyEFACULTY ANNOUNCEMVENTS. JEtit tttislttltg lititi xpelirlci
_ 1 'd~ii~t T 1J L J xt 1 )tst "I,xit1.I;\'1t.r .{,oitlir i l ini Orcltlri lIpIi ilt ttol tirii g
1-IN\-law sdepsarittettfor xxrck li glfit) toltiln ttifil{' ir, rtt{'hll Ott ".
MingtigCe. 13 xwill be its foilows: ettlrI.(.nt111SitliW
L OT l oitdtivPr.'til. Tiotiso Tues-
IN UdayProf. Wells; i edntesday, ATHLETIC NOTES_
CLO HThPofmp s urday, ro. PKow]- Iii the Initercollegiate Tennis
OF ALL KINDSiAT tonl. .Judge Broxvn willi lecture to Toutrnament field lat week at
J ' . , seniors nnd graduates ott Monday, New Haven, Harvard wvon in both
J~~ TJCO S& C .1 Wednesday, an{] Friday nt 8:25 singles anld doubles. hlovey,
27 AIND 29 MAIN 8VT. .in. Harvard, beatiltg Campbell,
-=..:....__.Studentls desiring to take the'
L. GRUNER. course in Old 1' ,,e/ih, two hours Clutnbia, tlte national chiampion.
Dealer STIIn a aweek, xiii meet it Rooni J, atPrneodfatdRgrslt
5ne2tng . N Stt'it i5reet. 10-x, ottThursday, Oct. 16. The XWednesday, 27-0.
____ Ntor uitPentety._____regular tinte for lsteetinig will he The Ycale base-htall mntagemnt
Tvryod s nvteltogotoIarranged later. C.CMIDF had a bsalancte of 38.0884.67 froint
the skting" rintk to-nightt, to wit- ---'* last spring.
z+MISCELLANEOUS. Tile annural field gashtes at Cor-
t1Qts the exhtibition initliglhtntin g nl wl.tk ac -ct5
painig. B -COA NO.=Po.Salypos sol t xvton ill be in Hoomo 24, at 7 p. to. The Harvard - Yale foot-hall
Tutesday eveninlg to examne up- game is to he plaxyetd at Sprinig-
Save Time and Money plicanits for admtissiont; also front field, Nv. 22
2 to 5 int Music RoomI, Wednes-
By tnying yitt day tafternoont. The regular re- CLASS OF '90-Continued.
btearsals have begun anid thte list -
MII of active mnembers will sooni be I . IB. Spiringer, is enigagedl in
L W B O S closed, civil entginteering in Chicago.
LA O KFOLEY GUILD.-Thtere will hi a H.J. Mannting swt teCi
mleeting of tite Foley Guild, Fri-iswtlteCt-
F H day, Oct. 17, at 8 p. mi., at St. cagIO Forge and Bolt Co.
O sWHILE WE ARE HERE. Thlomas' Schtool Itall. All Catho- arry P. Stearns is on the staff
lic studeats are invited to attend. of tite Adrian Weekly Press.
~Callaghan P .RALPrst
P.JyAL, rst eo. MI. Fisk is principal of the
Foot-ball practice takes place il cola a
"vi,=x S, on the campus every afternoon at high cola asopolis, Mich.
114 Monroe St., 50S. State St., 4-20. Let every player come out E. F. Gay is studying political
and try for the team. science at the University of Ber-j
Chicago. Ann Arbor. W. C. Malley, Captain. lin.
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