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September 29, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-09-29

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
STUDENT'S HEADQUARTERS ]~7~ TC.7~[~)~2~T
Of Old U. of M. should have a
(P M 0SAUniverSity of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, quality highest. Guaranteed every inh of the road.
Violin amd Guitar Strings, 10 cts.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
5 cts. Everything in proportion.
No other place in the city casninda more complete line ofStudents L. . Cement,
Wearing Apparall, than at THE TWO SAMS. 38sS Main S. X
The finest Overcoat Department in the state.,______ ______
The largest Suit Department in city.
The greatest Hat House in Southern Michigan.
The largest Men's Furnishing Store in Ann Arbor. BROW N S D RUG STORE
Call and see THE TWO SAMS for anything in our line.
UIU XX 9VVV A& M FCORNER MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
-rOTJ I rT . LARGEST STOCK OF TOILET GOODs AND FNE CIGARs, TOBACCOS AND
CIGARETTES IN THE CITY.
An Ab hiiVOORHEIS & DIETAS,
BEST WORK IN THE CTY I STATE ST. TAILORS SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING!
IETWR NTECIY! S A ES .THE
WORK sALLED FOR anDELIERED. FIRST CLASS WORK. SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave CALL ANO _SEE__S, Will this week move into the new brick block, No. 20 SOUTH STATE
STREET, and will he ready to organize new classes during the
FERGUSON & SLA TING, second week of October
h a lDay and evening classes will then be formed so that the convenience of all
Geisi Fir ishers a l$a ers maybe suited. CALL AND SEE US IN OUR ELEGANT NEW QUAR-
TEUS. School will be in session from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Nearly 1000 pupils
Carry a full line of HATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES, have taken our course and all who have not done so have regretted it. Re-
UNDERWEAR, Etc. The latest styles and an entire new stock to select from. member the place, New Brick Block, (third floor).
28 2OT==I ST.A.Te s~.,__ . .A~r .3.3ABO . 1Iq O. 20 SO ..I -I ST .A.T~E ST .
WAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN- MI""
The Largest Msicai Merchandise eHose in
Every Student will save money by buying University Text-Books and all supplies at Headquarters. We allow Bruno and enasry uiarst.and wn orson,stew-
special discount on LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, DENTAL BOOKS, in short, every Book used in the art and Benr Banos. Best strins in the
Wenld sent br mi to any address at 15 cents
University. 5,000 Blank Books at lowest prices. each cr violin and Guitar and 10 cents each
E R G F. A Banjo.
LEADING BOOK STORE IN THE CITY. /ill]r
FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS- GERMAN.-A two-hour course MATHEMATICS.--Engineering
GREEK.-All students are re- will be given by Mr. Winkler in students are expected to enter
quested to be on hand promptly the History of the Literature of with Trigonometry, but are allow-
Wednesday. Course 8a, under the Reformation. Lectures will ed to make it up in freshman year.
Prof. D'Ooge, will be, in general, be delivered in German and Eng- Mathematics for first semester for
the course formerly given by Prof. lish. Hours will be arranged later. engineering students is devoted to OOT
Frieze-lectures on Ancient Art, To THE LAW STUDENTS.--Ex Algebra and Analytic Geometry +R
illustrated by photographs and the aminations in English branches of three dimensions. PRoF. CO E.
museum. Course 6a is designed for admission to the Law2Depart- SANSK ITK-Those intending to HO .
especially for teachers who desire in quiz room Sept. 30, 2 p m. take up this work can meet Mr._____
martorough knowledge of gram- Opening lectures to both Senior Fay in Room 15, Wednesday
ar t tand Junior classes Oct. 1, 11 a. m. morning, at 8:30.
Students taking course 4, Do- Examinations in Law for ad-______
mosthenes-De Coroa, will meet vanced standing Oct 1, 2 p. in., DISCILES OF BLACKSTONE.
Prof. Pattengill in room 11, on in quiz room.
Wednesday-section I at 10:30, PROF. B. M. THOMPSON. . To-day has been the busy day
and section II at 11:30, as per PROF. J. C. KNOWLTON. at the law department. Librarian
announcement. Those electing GEMAN.-Prof. Thomas will Vance had his hands full assign-
the course in Xenophon's Memo- be in Room J until further notice ing the seats to the impatient jun-TFIrl l i a .ti y o gT IIIAI-lI
rabiha will meet Friday at 9:30. for coissultation every day from 9 ISJ LI.I..ALL.LV
To MEDICAL STUDENTS. -Dr. to 10 a. in. iors who crowded around his desk Millinery and Artlooda.
Ford meets all new students at HIsTORY.-B. L. students now all day. The number of new men 30 East Huron St.
10:30 next Wednesday, in the entering college who, in English entered at noon was 201. The
upper lecturetroom. Dr.Yaugban history, did not use Ransome's number entered at the same hour Manuacturrs o
meets them at 11:30 in the lower Political History of England as last year was 140. The total en- Manefanresef
lecture ro.D.anceewl itoy Eg~ hd hh ciha
meettre room. Dr. Nanrede will text-book are expected, like other tries in both classes at noon was
r. Carro eets the Sednts unless they reeivee 340; last year at same hour, 253;
the hospital at 11:30. theirkistorical work withs Course 1. an increase of 30 per cent.
FRENCR. - Students who will R. HunsoN. Prof. Thompson will deliver the Band and Orchestra
take the course in Classic Dramas GENERAL CHEmsTRY. -Those opening lecture to both classes on FA U f
can obtain the books at any of the taking courses 2 and 3 in General Wednesday, Oct. 1, at 11 a. in. r .
book stores. The class will first Chemistry will have the use of the . . . will
read "Piere." laboratory both semesters.
Plr,. E. L. WAaJa. P. C. FREER. be given later in the week. CHAN.

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