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October 18, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-18

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
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iTi'i TWO SAMS
Messrs. YO UMAN R, KNOX'
and 8/L VEPMA/'8
THE -QD- COAT
See it at
Of Old U. of M. should have a
Univer~ity of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, Quiality hiighiest. Giiasasiteed every inch of the r-oad~.
Violin amnd Guitar Strings, 10 cts.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
etsd. Everything ini prolportion.
L. It. Clement, LMItS.J. fl . O
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORN ER MAIN AND HIURON STREETS.
ILARGOEST STOCK OF ToILET GOOD-S AND FINiE (CIAlS, TOnAtEOS AND
CIGRTTE ssr IN TE ITs.. i
FERGUSON & SLATING,
Genjts" Fhiriishers ai1d afters
Carry a full line (fIf ATS, CAP'S, NECKWE . llOl GL.OVEPS,
UNDERWEAR, Etc. Thse latest styles andtl an1entire( 1(5 sturk to select fions
22 2JWV ~ 2., ~ -~~-
WrlE r-T=0 S2I ES- L. BL.ITZ
All Arbor1 1M1l1bam ltl VOORHEIS &DITS
BETWORK IN THE CITY; STATE ST. TAILORS,
WOR CALLED FOR and DELIVERED, IS LS OK
M SIEerAs, RATESO Ta STUDENTS.
Office. _ 23 South Fourth Ave. ZP\JLL ANL] SEE LiS.
_;.,.W H 'S 00OK STORE, DOWN TOWN*_I
5(15~ Stludent uwill save money by haying Cuiversil-y Text-Books arsd all supplinI leadqts utei o. We allows
seialdi scounot on L.AW 'BOOKS, AMEI)ICAL BOOKS, DENTAL LOOKS, isnI l or eeryLook used inlthsc
t ldveri ill (50l0akkBooks at lowest prices.
LEADIIN(G'l11001 STORE INITHE CtTY.
T-7 T~Ly, T STYLES FRESHMAN MEETING., ia excitisg;lime withsout. Pro y
crsn out to whsereothie Sopbs were
I - IN WHICH THE SOPHOMORES asitl rtujstethereisst(- let thso
PL AY A PART. iL'.ncl>> . ln.,. 0 .,,.,...w,, 1.1
II
TC\rTT~A Tug-oh-War Has Finally Been
UCLYJI1 IH\' _eie pn
I eie pn
OF ALL KINDSEAT I The uieeting (Ifthse Freshsman
J'. T. JA.COBS & CO.'S, claiss was calledl to order at 2:15
this afterinoon. Mr. R. V. Fried-
X27 AND 29 MAIN ST. mns was made chsairmnan, and Mr.
L-- GUNE. C. F. Weller, secretary.
Ululee in
CO' .ANTy S=UES
No luhali Seeet.
lteesieing do~e Neatly and ePromptlr.
Everybody is invited to go to'
the skating rinik to-nsighst, to wit-
lestisoexlibitioniinislightising
After considerable tliscussion,
two sophsoisores woro ejected,
aisd husinsess was tisen resumeid.
Notwitlsstaisding tiso fact tisat
thsere was quite a strong seistiment
among thso Freshimens tolchiallenige
the Sopiss to a foot-hsall rushs, a
c a'ntng. Books sold at auiction. Insmotioni to accept tise tag-of-war
sooni have tiiciis the Freslisseis)
all to themiselves, on the tanipus.
The Sophss tied the door of
rooms A so thsat passage was im-
possible; but Secretary Wade
came to tlse rescue and unslocked
aisothier door. Vise Freshsmnen
soon got the barricaded door open
aisd drew thse scantling, with
whsichs it was tiedi, into thse rooms.
After adjourning, thse Freshmisesi
rushed out tlsrriigls the hsall, using
the scaistling as a batterinsgsram.
Thsis was doisethsree tinmes when
Secretary Fade came out aind
stopped the sport.
Rugby Meeting Postponed.
The conmnsttee onl constitutions
are isot yet ready to report, consc-
quently tlse Uiiversity mseetisig
arranged for this muornsing is post-
poned sintil next week, thse exact
time to be ansnounced later. Vise
delay is unfortunate in some re-
spects, as tse season is rapidly
passing, yet the advantage of hav-
ing the meeting at a time when
the foot-ball men can be present,
will perhaps compemisate for. wait-
ing.
liii Isreet '!;m e-I caa ia l aais x
tihe State. A::'aa o r- Alaril. «wslisrn,
Ileliiat it 1>lse ((j(5as I((i ldoa, Sew-
a1llilican 1 I~-les St.esill the
Worl-d to(( i tn((II (ly taddle,- (t1:i> (55(11
HAiTS, Tics.
G ood~peed'3,
TeIPA TENT
Best LE ATHER
SHOES.
1ILN1FIPHt~f6RAPH&",
Millinery and Art Uoods.
m. You &S Sm.
1luaeliirers of
} Band and Olahlllns
lana and Onnhentna
GRIAND RAP'IDS,
-- THE A RG US.1-
AT sLOW PEICES.
SHORTHAND CURE
T WnLL PAY YOU. tluertluand Scuool, Sew
Buildinig, 250SSasth Suite Street..
Save Time and Money
ByByinyurseya
LAW DOOKI
OF US WHILE WE ARE HERE.
'Cal]laghan & c " s
Law Publishers.
114 Monroe St., 505S. State St.,
Chicago. Ann..Arbor.
clialleisge was1 carried; thioughI
oiily after considerable discussioin.
Mr. Chsadbourise was elected
tug-of-war captalin wills an advis-
osy committee of two.
Roger Slhermni was elected
captains of the class eleven.
Messrs Lussky, .Sibley and Can-
field, appointed to solicit funds
for the elevemi.
It took considerable time to de-
cide the class yell, which is: Hoo!
Yah! fl~ee! Boom! Bang? Roar!
Michigan! Michigan! Ninety-fourl
While the discussions were tak-
ing place the Sophs were having

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