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October 01, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-01

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

I

Do you intend to get a
Suit R Overcoat?
-CALL O-
Jos. W. Kollauf
The Practical Tailor.
My make of Dress Suits pleases the
Students. Prices very reasonable.
10 E. Washington St.
(Upstairs,) Ann Arbor, Mich.
A. 6. SPALDING & BROS.
SFootball Supplies a
Specialty.
Every reuisttePaor the
om.Jacets, Poents, Jer-
Belts,Stt ngs Ihosorei'
Nose Mask, Ruober Mouth-
Piece, Shn Gords, Head
boress. Sispadng's Officio]
Intercollegiate Footbai
must ber sed in al Match
. {" Gams. Price, $500.
Spdig's0fciaiFootbatt
( A.- > Gide-New Itotes-Pictres
of all the Leading Players.
Price, 10 cts Handsomely
bIlustrated Football Catalogue sent Free.
New York, Chicago, 1hiladelphia.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
Twelve years of teaching in Ann Arbor
with a roti of O53 pupls lst seonso are a
sufficent gorstoee atsor ohitty to teach
dactng as ittshold to. Al casses are sun-
der the personal instruction of Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Granger. Members of the American
National Association of Masters of Dancing.
For ieformation regardng ctasses and terms
.catt at the office, graced flsr S Maynard st.
Circulars at Music Stores or Naied.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
RAPE A CosLETE sTOCK OF
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.
Note books and other Students' Supplies'
Fountain Pens, Pine Stattonery, Sporting
Goods, etc., which they offer at the lowest
prices.
Call and see us before Purchasing.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, .50,000. Surplu, $150,000.
Resources, S,ll,000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identicaton. Safety deposit boxes to rent
OrrICES: Chrstan Mac, Pros* WD
Harriman Vice-Fres.: Chs. E. siscock,
Cashier: i. J. Fritz, Assistant Cashier.
T 2Q6 S. STATE
OOp & C STREET. +
Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
HOW 1DO YOU DO?
We hope that you will
feel perfectly free to call
on us for stamps, to use
our telephone, to consult
our Railway Guide and
especially to. buy your
drugs of us.
We shall try, very
hard to please you.-
ALKINS' PHARMACY.

NOBLE&'A NewCamera!
Star Clothing House,

are showing the STR AND, a new feature in a
FR---- OCK COAT. ..---
Our assortment of Fall Clothing is now complete. We would be
pleased to show you if you are interested.3

ILwAMPS That have perfect combustion and do not smoke or
smell:
The New Rochester, The Yale, The New Royal, The Perfection Stu-
dent, The Princess Student, The Empress Student, all nickel plated,
with latest improvement. We sell what we advertise and guarantee
quality of goods, and are never undersold.

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THE HAWK-EYE, JR.,
WPit accommodate film fort25ex. andistoaded
ndunloaded in broad daylight, GlassPlates
an be used without any extra attachments.

DEAN & CO MPANY.

44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. FACULTY DOINGS.
The Sorosis will have no house this Where Some of Our Professors
year. Have Been dnd Are.
Seventy new women students have The faculty of the University of
registered at the Ladies' Reading Michigan has been represented in
oom. many parts of the world the past vaca-
The Delta Gamma sorority has the tion. The Daily knows of the doings
Sorosis house on S. University ave. of but comparatively few, but can say
this year. that Pres. Angell and his wife= spent
D. F. Mertz, last year general secre- the summer at Old Mission on Grand
tary of the S. C. A., is principal at Traverse bay; Prof. dePont and fatn-
Mt. Clemens, at a solary of +1,000. ily were also at the northern lake re-
Dr. John Bigham, instructor in phi- sorts; Prof. Hall and, Prof. Russell
losophy here last year, is now profes- tramped through the Adirondacks sey-
sor of philosophy in DePauw Univer- eral weeks in August and September;
sity. Prof. A. H. Pattengili and wife spen'
Lawrence McLouth, for several years their summer at Asticon, Maine.
post instructor in "ertm"n heehas At present a numser of te faculty
now a position in the University of are in Europe. Prof. Thomas is tak-
the City of New York. ing a year's leave of absence for study
Women students desiring gymna- in Germany. S. D. Townley, instruct-
sium lockers and tickets should apply or in astronomy, also left August 15
soon at the treasurer's office, as they for a year's study in Berlin. Prof.
are being rapidly secured. Reighard and wife have ist returned
Frank W. Pine, '94, spent Sunday in from their year of study and travel in
the city on his way east to take a Germany, Italy and Switzerland.

position as instructor in English in the
University of the City of New York.
Prof. Carhart attended the yearly
meeting of the American Association
for the Advancement of Sceience, which
was held at Springfield, Massachusetts.
Anderson H. Hopkins, who has been
assistant librarian in the University
for several years, was last month ap-
pointed librarian of the Crerar Scien-
tific library, in Chicago.
Judge Luke S. Montague, of the
Livingston-Shiawassee judicial district,
died at his home in Howell Sunday
evening. He was a graduate of the
law department, class of '72.
The east end of University Iall is
to be shut off from the Main hall and
converted into league rooms for tem-
porary use until the new women's
gymnasium is completed. The door
at the east end will give place to two
large windows. The ladies' reading
room and the new room will be con-
nected and furnished with couches,
desks, reading matter, writing mater-
iars, etc., for se of league members.
Room for light housekeeping, 49 S.
University avenue.
Good board at No. 2b R. University
avenue.

JOLLY & CO.'S NEW STAND.
Old and new students who desire to
patronize "Jolly's" will find this pop-
ular firm in their new location in the
Sager block, No. 18 S. State st.. a few
doors north of their old' place. The
first floor of this building has been fit-
ted up for their especial use, permit-
ting them to offer unequalled facilities
for furnishing lunches or short orders,
and oysters in every style. Their stock
of pipes, cigars and tobacco, candies,
etc., is complete and of the best quality
throughout.
Prof. Adams desires to state that his
seminary in finance, in which Amer-
ican financial history will be studied
during thep resent semester, will be
open to undergraduates. This change
is due to the introduction of course 25
which now becomes the advanced or'
"graduate" course. Course 25, how-
ever, utay be taken by seniors who
have specializedf in economy. M r.
Adams will be in his room in Tappan
hall during the present week at 10
o'clock - for consultation respecting
these courses.
Rooms at 20 E. Jefferson street.
Lower suite at No. 3 Thompson
street. Furnace and bath.{
Single room and three suites, No. 2
Thompson street. Furnace and bath.
Advertise in the Daily.

PRICE. $9
Including Sunlight Film for 12 exposures.
Send for Catalogue describing all kinds of
Cameras and Accessories.
The Blair Camera Co.,
471 Tremont St., Boston, Mass.
LAWBOOKS!
Buy all you can afford, for
present ad future use, at our
I.O WEST PRICES
We shall be here for a few
days only.
Callaghan & Co.
LAW PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO.
AT SCALEEDE'S, 50 S. STATE ST., Anrn.
PERA HOUSE J IIi SIORE
General stock of Watches, Jewelry and
Novelties. Repairing of Watches. Jew-
elry, Gold Pens, Rings and Spectacles
a specialty. Cash paid for old gold and
silver.
C. H. KEYES.
ST UD ENTS.
Take ycur Kodak Work to
BERRYMAN, IH[ PHOTOGRAH[R,
Satisfaction guaranteed. 6 E. Huron St.
HA NGUrri CATERER,
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot LunChes.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
SPECIAL.
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
J. rooms. All appointmsents first class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic iair dressing and batsing parlors. J. R.
'frojanowskt, 30tS. State st.
WT HEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned,
VY-gressed, relined or rebound go to Mrs.
Fingerppe, over Sheehan'n basis store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order.
SJ.SOLEEDE makes a specialty of
F. Fountain Pens, Students' Note Boots,
and Binds Books-from -2c upwards at 50S.
State ot.
EEP your account with the eate Say-
infosBant.,
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