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jTUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th.1 Kid, Buck and Elk Tanned. See the N EW Y OU M AN at
I Not more thin1/ pound to a peson BO WD SHIT___ ERS____
Jz a EOO v 8 &
NO.- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Have a Full A ssortment of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.
THE USUAXL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO STUDENTS.
SECOND HAND BIOOKCSIBOUGHT OR EXCHJANGED.
CARTDS mENGRcAESTAEvE v-vTTSSJmmSsTvzcms.
Special Sale of Writing Tablets.
Fine Linen aiid Wove Writing Popecs. 250
Swcaters and Gymnasium Suito.
Visiting Cards engraved on sort notice.
Univsitiy Booksellers, Stationeis unit
The Simplex Printer.
A new invention foreduliatinbg cospies of
writiugs and draswings.
1)0(0 iot charse bcsick.bDocs iiot sokeoo t'iiiiiiys.
JfIe o 50abssioslos'. Gb'ivs apsse whitllit.
lsas'verbeein ins basi''c 1 s ouwhite aso distilleicci o '
Itsis puiecarbon. Gives CyhItcdwithpouDmok oo.
Delivceredptromiptly. Sold osnly by Deuan. & Co.
Will t nosy prietemade son oil.
44 South Main Street.,DEAN & COM ANY".
Ann Arbor, Mich.DE N o iiur.± .
From an original, an ordinary paper with
any pen, ins eopies cans le maide. Fifty
copies of typewriter manuscripts produeed
in 15 minutes, Send for circuslars anti sam"
ples of work. AGENTS WANTED.
LAWTON & CO.,
22 -esny St., New York.
0, K. BARBER SHOP'.
SIn roneertb V Fine ShiowieBthsi. sew poe-
celain tuhn. 10 tiathisfer $5.00. Lasdies''SHsir
Drensien liartor upstairs.
J. tR. Toe1auoso, 10 E. Wasington Si.
P ATRIONIZE OWEN'S BARERt SHOP,
No. I East Huron Street.
FIRST N~AdTIONAL BANK
'OF ANN AIRBOR.
Canpital,$50,0tt0. Sarplas and Profits, $30.000.
laTransacts a general hanhing business. Fur-
ein exehange houghtaned cold. Letters of
ceedit procured foe travelers aheoad.
P. BACHI, Prenn. S. WOLARKION, Cashier.
ITKIIJ4 J'qR[ND1RY 604
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERTISS, - Manager.
No, it wasnot thei'rtiu'ayisreick
no' a olleefooitbntlsganie.-Ex.
Thsere are 12 men at the Yale
Dartoouth ptlayed Tufts Wednes-
day, score t4 to 4.
First Chooral U'aion conscert swill be
given Thusorday evening.
.Tbe Press Club at Drown Univer-
is in a floorising condition.
Dr. Dlyas, '92 dent, is visiting
friends Iteme for a few days.
Dr. Downey gives a demonstra-
lion before tlhe dental society this
A bulletin dispatch of the game
witht Depauw this afternoon will be
received at Ibis office tonight. Full
account of game.
Cornell suffered another defeat
on Saturday. Lehigh took its re-
venge for last year's 70 to o defeat
by winning t4 to o.
The Ann Arbor High School
eleven met defeat at the hands of
the Normals Saturday at Ypsilanti
by a score of 42 to 12.
A movement is on foot in the
Literary Adelphi to grant diplomas
to its members who complete a
specified amount of work satisfac-
The D. A. C. football team went
to Pittsburg Saturday and was there
defeated by the strong Allegheny A.
C. in a. rough, slugging game. 'The'
score was n18 to o.
Minnesota won the championship
of the Northwestern Inter-Collegiate
Association Saturday. It had the
easiest kind of a time with Wiscon-
sin, winning by 40 to o.
The classes in social Pathology at
Leland Stanford University, spent
some tdays in studying criminal life
in San Francisco. Anmong othser
places they visited tlse jails and
hottse of correction.
The first section of the junior
dents will comomence work to-day in
they Histological laboratory. The
course has been extended to five
weeks. The second section will
work in continuous gom work, a
compulsory course this year.
At the meeting of the senior dents,
Saturday morning, in the dental
theatre, the following officers, who
had been nominated by the inde-
pendent caucus were elected: Pres.,
IVt. P. Green; vice-pres., Miss A.
:Miller; andty., C. P. Haselden;
treas., F. IV. Blake.
At the election of junior laws the
following officers wvere selected:
President, WV. A. Keerna, of Indi-
ana; first vice president, J. V. Ron-
encrance, of New York; second vice
president, Miss Watson, of Penn-
sylvania; secretary, C. B. Hender-
son, of California; treasurer, Win.
Downing, of Colorado.
The Harvard glee, mandolin and
banjo clubs will make the usual holi-
day trip this year, hut will not go
further west than Cleveland.
.-WM- R. FULDE,a
.FIRST 'CI.A~ss TAILOR,
Willi imStreet, t Fitdooiv West ofStatse Street.
U. OF M. FLAGS.
Sterting Sitlsir. enametlled to
yellow and btllr, stichlien
orectch pin. Price, 01.50.
IJ'. ARNVOLD, Alwclec.
FL OWgES, f02 QsI9S
C'upitclat, vit. Suicpto sind Privts, $1y,o00.
Does anra n',i It --s mebusineeo. Peys inter-
et o vi eonDeprpits.lehan Safety
Dieposit Psixes fourent.
It. 1EMdPFPr eos . F . IIEISEE dastter.
CIGARETTE SMOK(ERS whio are witt-
ieg to pay a litte iore tha n she plice
ehrlied toe thn ordinary hiadeCigarecttes,
wil ind THIS BRAND saperior toati others.
The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
see made from the brighitest, msot deticate
in nlavor, and highest cost GOLD LEAF
grown in Virginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and observe
that the name of the manufacturers as
helow is on every paeLkage.
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Hans the newest Fall and Winter Wooens and
largest stcek in she eity. You can get any
selection you aee looting toe.
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