THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Tire proprietor graduated in '84 andfi
the prescription clerk in '9o. They
have leaned their business by hard
study, What they know is at your
SEE THOSE TIES FOR $1.00, Never before offered for such money.
Get a Pair of those Street Gloves for $1.25 warts $1.75.
Hats in the Latest Blocks from $3.50 up. "YOIJMANNS arc tieBest.
LOHTDISH MATTESON, THE OUTFITTERS, 323. STATE
.j./EOO~LE~ & WET ~J-[-1 -,
W -Sr ::Ro
NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Have a Full Assortment of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUDENTS
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.
THE USUAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO STUDENTS. SECOND hAND LOOKS BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED.
CAR^DS ENG-RA.VE TN ' T-EIXSJ 8EST STfYE]S..
Special Sale of Writing Tablets.
Fine Linen and Wove Writing Papers, 25c
Sweaters and Gymnasium Suits.
Visiting Cards engraved on short notice.
University Booksellers, Stationers and
The Simplex- Printer.
A new inventiortfor ruplicating copies of
wcritinsgs atnd drawings.
From an original, an ordinary paper wtth
any pen, too copies can be made. Fifty
copies of typewriter manuscripts produced
in 15 minutes.
We will sell this machine for only
$5.00. which to way below cost of
manufacture. The Princer is new
and can be seen at the office and
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
K An connectio;:Fine Shower Baths. new por-
reain trbe.:5 air sfort$5.00. Ladies' Hair
Dreeming Parlor rupstairs.
J. R. TROJANOWSK1, 30 E. Washington St.
PATRONIZE OWEN'S BARBER SHOP,
No.4 East HuronStreet.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $30,W.
Transacts ageneratanking baines. For-
eign exchange bought and raid. Letters of
eredit proured foe travelers shroud.
P. BACH,rFes. S. W.CL ASKSON, Cashier.
r TJ IA WIND1 Y 60.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERVISS, - Manager.
Doesvot char the wick.
Has no bad or/or.
Has never been in barrels-
It is pure carbon.
Does rot smoke chimneys.
Gives a pure white light.
Is tas white as distilled weater.
Gices light rithout smoke or odor.
Sold only by Dean & Co.
tsill meet any price made ornoil.
44 South Main Street. DEAN & COMPANY
Ann Arbor, Mich. *EN & O PA Y
UNIVERSITYaNOTES. Harvard will meet Yale next Sat-
W. H. Povey, '9 lit, is nick with urday at Springfield. It is expected
tire grip. that a crowd of 25,000 people will
tI-lopswill be held in many of the witnEss tie game.
fraternity houses on the 23rd inst. E. Batavia will leave for Kansas
The Orchard Lake cadets downed City tomorros to perfect arrange-
the Normals at Ypsilanti, Saturday, menl for the game which Michigan
3622. 'plays there next Saturday.
F. H. Green, '9r lit, who is a M. J. Corey, of Boston, will de-
teacher in Detroit, is visiting in liver his interesting lecture on Wag-
the city. ner's "Niebelungen Ring," in the
Hillsdale made a touchdown Inland League series tonight.
against Albion Saturday in fifteen Princton was scored against on
seconds. Saturday. Duncan, West Point's
No reply has yet heen received full back, obtained the ball one
from Minneapolis in regard to a yard from Went Point's goal, and
game on Thanksgiving day. by a run of iog yards obtained a
M F. W Nagel.', .stouchdown.
r. F. W. ger, it 92, is The committee in charge of the
teacher of Physics and Chemistry in scocial to he given hy Unity cuh
the Oak Park, Ill., high school. thin evening will present a unique
Leland T. Powers will give and varied Art program. All inter-
"tDavid Garrick' in the lecture . ..
ested in Art are cordially invited.
course at Ypsilanti this evening. :admission, 15 cents.
Hillsdale defeated Albion Satur- Manager Baird, Trainer Moul-
day n8 to o, thereby winning the ton and Coach Barbour, wore ex-
championship of the M. I. A. A.s
Rev WaterEllotts shjet tinpansive smiles Saturday after the
Rev. Walter Elliott's subject this game was over. Trainer Moulton
evening in Newberry hall will be declared that it made him grow
"Intemperance, or why I am a To- younger to see the game the boys
, , put up.
The next attraction in the lecture The rivalry between the '94 me-
course will be Marteau, the great chanics and the '94 civil engineers
French violinist, who will appear culminated in a football game at the
here on Dec. 8. athletic field Saturday morning.
Cornell suffered a severe defeat at The civil engineers were defeated
the hands of Pennsylvania Satur- x6 to o. The following yell was
W M-R. FULDE,:a
AII&ST CLAOs 'SAILtOR,
ilrliamStreet,Firstdoor WestofState Street.
U. OF M. FLAGS.
Sterling Silver, enamelled itn
yelto and blue, stick tpi
or catch pin. Price, $1.50.
0 W. ARNOLD, Jeweler.
( FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY.
ffO I C IHAL , fris o w eepoe S 5
t Ji Jfa m-r' pttaId iaics,3asih
Capirtal, 50,00o. S'rplus and Profits $y7,000.
Does a generaI lanlin<-5 astes. Poys inter-
est on savinrgs Deposits. Has Safety
I. KEMPC. tees. F. H. IINISER, Cashier.
Bank open Saturday evening.
SRAI ARE THE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS who are wilt.
log to pay a littte mere thtan the prito
charged tor the ordinaryrtrade Cigarettes,
williind THIS BRAND superior toalothers.
The Richmond Straight Cut No. 1
are made from the brightest, most delicate
in flavor, and highest cost GOLD LEAF
grown in virginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and observe
that the name o the manufacturers as
helow is on every package.
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BRANCH i, er1sCMOraVItrINtA
Han the newest Frill ed Witter Wolens atd
largest stack in the city. Ton ran get any
selection you see linking for.
day. The score was 50 to o. Cor-
nell came within three yards of
improvised: "Prime movers, prime COME AND SEE US.
movers, therodynamics! Michigan,
Michigan, Senior Mechanics! 2 E. Washington St., near Main.