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October 17, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-17

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THE U.-OF M DAILY
T"lE TWO ~M
Messrs. YOUMAN8, KNOX'
and SILVERMA/'8
See he f W Clla
THE - DCOAT
See it at
Of Old V. of M. should have a
University of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
Violin amnd Guitar Strings, 10 eta.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
5 cts. Everything in proportion.
L. LClement,IIGLIIT&OGA00
.BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORNER MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
LARGEST STOCK OF TOOLET GOOS AND FINE CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND
CIGARETTES IN TILL CITY.
FERGUSON & SLATING,
Geiits-5Ftijshers aijd $afers
Carry a full line of HIATS, CAL'S, NUCI WLF'\ll .HOSIERY, GLOVES,
UNDERWEAR, Etc. The latest styles asnd an nitile nw stock to select from.
22 SOTTES STE.A.2'T=-STE. - A N R aR
2'=:mr-TWO8 .-ZV.E3-
1<. BL.ITZ
Al ro t~l1LlilllrY VOORHEIS & ETS
BEST WORK IN THE CITY I STATE ST. TAILORS,
'YORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK.
W5PCIA,. R ATES ' T SETOO.t T
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. -- L N EELE
f37 Morro rAn , Dtrot Mch.
"""rrr. T W N . ' """ Thfe large t )ii.elIMerchandi1 000ue0i
Eey Student wNill save money hy buying University Tfeat-Books and all supplista ,t' Headqcuarters. We allow Biruno im,saa re~ ry os.id i o01son, Stew-
special discount on LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, DENTAL BOOKS, in siiort, every Book uoed in the anrt and lilnr O,ties . heat r -ings inl the
, e~~Wrld sen Sy neh% il1 stiny addcress a:t 15 cratn
17liiersil> 5,000 llaitk Books at lowest price. rnwCrsit ~ i nI10 veac
for Banje. _
LEADING BOOK STORE TH E iC crwITY A .-,,
ALL THE ITEVIEUT 1 TlJ 'M MISCELLANEOUS. Tannin.
There will be a meeting of the Vl'io tennis courts are now in
I -U. of Al. Bicycle Cluibatt'7:30 this odcniin n ti oe
evening in thto Law tbtildittg. goAl ttltot ttdi i oe
F T ' FITcome, will bo in gretero popularity than
W. C. TiCIIEWORt. ever. Thu associations is in debt
liiHIN fG FOLEY GIIIL-There will be a and desires to free itself this fall,
mneetinlg of the Foley Guild, Satur- wihcanntot bedoe unless
OF ALL KINODS;AT day, (Jet. ItS, at S p. in, at St.
Thoas'Schol all Al Caho-hearty sulpport is givens by the
J.~~~ T7JC B OS lie students are invited to attend.. stadents. Badges are to be worn
27 AND 29 mBAtNST~. P. J. HIALLY, Pres't. by members, and no one without
JUNIOR ATEDICS.--There will be 011e will be allowed to play on the
L. GRUNER.aietnoftejnomeisacors ooesolltIof
__ Dealer in.Ametnoftejnomeisacors NOoesolpuof
UC -T ITZ S~o-ms 19 a. mn. Saturday, in thse lower joinling the association until spring,
I~e N.5 S outh Mats, street. lectulre room, to eleet officers. as the price of adtnission is the
P~rsagdoe Nestip ansI Promptly.
-Let every junior be there, same tilen as now. Thle annual
Eve bo isinvtedto toA. W. REKED, fall tournanlent will begin Satur-
A~eyboy i nie ogotoSPHioMoRE--Every one turn day, (Jet. 25, tat 9:301 a. mn. An
the skating rink to-nightt, to wit- out and practice for Class Eleven, entrance fee of 25 cenlts will be
ness the exhibitionin l lightning daily from 4 to 6. charged, and must be paid before
BokGoda lein . B. DYGEET, Capt. any name will be entered. Thse
NOTICE--Teewl a old system of 1st and 2nd class will
TPierting. bea meet- be continued, singles being playesd
lugofm eRub sscaAo 1 on thte first and doubles and
Save Time and Money 'losA Saturday morning, at singlsi h eodcas l
T03 . I. ImporaAnt.,usares, entries mtust be in before Oct. 24.
BY Ituying yoorT.1.1rclinJPes Both first and second prizes will
U. oF Al. ENGINEERING SOCIETY, be offered. Tickets of admission
I -Programl for Friday evening, to 1110 association, badges, and
Oct. 17, at 8 o'clock in 11o0001A,enrcettona ntmyb
A o Notes on thle construction of the etac otunm~tmyb
Ann Arbol' Electric Railway, by procured of the following.
A B. Ceever. BusiSee.meTress.~
See US WHILE WE ARE HERE. ing and election of new members. SAM'L SHRMAN,
J"V ., he Jnio Phrmic hed aVice-President.
Q lii harieshel&aJ. A. JAMesON
~JI~l~l ~, class election this morning. Tile President.
following officers were chosen: J. MI. tCrosair,
Law Publisher s. Peiet oisoVc-rs- F. R. ASHLEY,
114 Monroe St., 505S. State St., Peiet oisn iePei H. B. McGRAw,
dent, Miss fiord; Secretory, Fisher; W. B. RAMIAY,.
Chicago. Ann Arbor. Treasurer, .Kelly. Executive Committee.
LtIJiie'
fCO fO T
Im
Hatst
SHOE ?
Milinery anti Art Gods.
15 Soot 51 iron St.
J ow J09N& SAN,
c Manufacturersof
Band and OrelSitia
- Bann lndUOrchtr
M-U SIC
sud fitlge.
GRAND RAPIDS,
3ICHIGAN.
.---?THE ARG U S--
AT LOW PICIIES.
FINE JOB PRINTING.
lt is ouraim to pleate. Satisfactdon Guaranael
REGISTER OFFICE, OPPOSITE COOK HOUSE.

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