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October 16, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-16

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
TJ TWO SAMS
Messrs. YOUMAN'S, KNOX'
and SIL VERMAN'S
see thwe Cl
new Cola
STHE-D-OAT
See it at
Of Old U. of M. should havea
Universityof ichigareGuitar .
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
Violin anmd Guitar Strings, 10) eta.; Banmjo antd Mandolin Strings,
a5 cts. Everything in proportion.
L. II. Clement, kLLMLFNITER ?IANOTORG uANCO.
S.BROWN'S DRUG STORE
C(ORN ER MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
F
I~ T T ..yA- L L LARGEST STOCK OF TOILETPtGoon",AND 1TINE CIGARS} TOBACCOS AND
AAl ror St; l ~lll VOORHEIS & DIETAS, FERGUSON & SLATING,.
BEST WORK IN THE CITY1 STATE ST. TAILORSj Genjtsf Ftiriishers aijd $after s
~ORCLE O n EIEE. FIRST CLASS WORK. Carry a fo il line of HtATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR , IIOSIEIY, GLOVES,
S1>EIA 1 RAES T STDENT. UNDERWE]ARI, Etc. Tile latest styles anld an entire new stock to select from.
~~WAHR'S B0"OOK STORE, D'OWN TOWN --- jS b0 E
W A H R'blok U W N8 '°° 'ie Largesl M (a I II ech llizHouseBoa
Everyr ee A ey lar ,kandilaitWshb,-
.E Sr't1deiit will save mioney by buying lsie rsItyL Text-Boo~ks and all slippi- it aIleadluarters. We allow* t3il Sa. Acen]iavy 1.l' Ma~ii.Wabu
-iill (liscoiit on Lt.AWBOOKS, MEDICAL OOKS, DENTAL h13OKS, inll short, every Book use i(In tue lt l ld lIellac lai nt1j7. Ileti Steiegt rtiIn ItheI
tn(isI iy.;.,(KO BIlank Books at lowest prices. eahiaorV i i 1't;1aitac anmd 10 centcenell
WorBal lJ .
, LEADING 1B00K STORE IN THlE CITY. _______________N 1 1 >
72, m-T-fl -gym r7m m tilr tt 7Ql ~J dL
IN-
CLOTHI1KG
OF ALL KIN OSIAT
J- T. JA.COBS & CO.'S,
27 AND 29 MAIN ST.
L. GRUNER.
Dealer in
Se . ESSouth Maln Street.
Pailngdone Neatiy anti Promplitly.
Fve"(rybody is invited to go to
thle skatinig rinik to-night, to wit-
nesthe tlOexhibitionl ill ligihtning
Painting. Books sold at aucotion.
Save Time and Money
Liw Buying yniur
LA BOOKS7
OE US WHILE WE 'ARE HERE.
. 4 M onroe St., 50 S. State St.,
Chicago. Ann ,Arbor.
MISCELLANEOUS. Rt. llartly; '02d, A. Firaliizon, F'
CHORsAL UNION.- Thitoewhio C. SmitihliG. R. *Wisnecr; '93, S.
desiro to join theo Choral Uniion 1). iiiiie, i- . 1-3. Dyort, Van
will ploaso apply to Prof. Stanley, Noltxvick; ':4, Chadhonie, Rathl-
who will ho ill the muisic room bone; '91 Law, Nye, .Abbott,
from 8s:30 to 10, Saturday a. iu., Baboc;'2TrieR Stn
anld. Tuesday eveliig at 6:45. ok;'2 rinr't.Soe
Membhers will pllease report at the Seymour; Medic, R. E. Lewis, R.
Cihapel at 7:15) next Tuesday eve. T. Farrand, Suthierland; Dents,
fling for the assignlmenlt of seats. W. B. Booth, F. Lemp.
In two wveekslie list of active T. II. IlIzxuM , JR.,
mlemubers swil e clo sed?. Pres.
FOLEY GUILD.-There will be a- - +-
mooting of thie Foley Guild, Satur- Communication.
day, Oct. 18, at S p. in., at St. 'stheIlacEilses: Aluogst the recent y
Thomas' Schlool hall. All Cjathio- puhlishled coniditions whichl are to gov-
lic students are invited to attend. erntile intercollegiate oratorical con-
P. J. IHALLS. Pres't. test is one wicih states that no one
who hld~is all academic diegree sh~all
JUNIOR iMEDIICS--There will he he permitted to enlter tile conitest.
a meeting of tile junior medics at Such a restrictioll is nlot on~ly ulnjust to
9 a. in. Saturday, ill the lower tile whole University, hut is especially
lecture room, to elect officers. hlard 11p1011tile studenits of tile profes-
Let every junior be there. siolill departmnts. ,Manly memhers
A. WI. REED). of these departments 11011 degrees oh-
tamned from colleges whichl they at-
SOPHBOMOES. --Every one turni tenlded preparatory to thleir comng to
out and practice for Class Elevenl, the University. Illtile law departmenlt,
daily fromi 4 to 6. from wvhichitile associationi will re-
G. B. DYGEET, Capt. ceive tile stronlgest support, there are
in tile senior class alonle over 40 memi-
Rugby Associatiun. hers whlo hold degrees. Amongst the
numbler are some of tile most talenited
In accordance with action taken anld able speakers of the class.
atthe last" meeting of thme Although this exclusive and ulnfair
at restriction has only hecome known
Rugby Association, tile following .during the last few days, its effect is
committees have been appointed: already being felt, and many other-
To revise the constitution--s. wise enthusiastic members declare
most emphatically that unless the
Sherman, T. L. Wilkinson, A. D. obnoxious condition is amended so as
Rich, to inclnde all undergraduates of theoU.
To solicit subscription-'91 Lit, of M., they will withdraw from the
B.M~aW .Kly association. A. B.
HI. BMcrwW.BKel, 0. Ann Arbor, Oct. 15,I.i5.
IJYlLJJ&Q
T + oor
ORM
H{ate.
~YioF06C
FIN1E PHtIITDGRAPHS,
Mllifnery and Art Goodn.
is sFa t Thuron St.
Manufacturero
Band andflrcheush
land and Orchestra
Send f o arttpue.
EAED ERAPIDS,
)iICIOAI.
{ --tTHE ARGUS,* --
AT LOW PRICES.
SHORTHAND CURE
T WILLPAY YOU. Shorthand School, New
Building, 2B South S1tte treet.

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