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THE U. OF M. .DAILY.

THE VICTOR
INTERCOLLEGIATE
FOOTBALL
Is unquestionably the finest ball
on the mnarket today. Its light
ness and durability make it a
favorite with all players.
Il-iice complete witb inflator,
$5.00. Vitor Foot-Ball Guide,
containing the new rules, and
chatpters on lbhe game by ILelad
and otbers, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
foot-ball clothing.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Makeers ofi Sit-tn iiiiyeir.
Boston New Yo. etroit. Denver
San Francisco. Lai Agele. Prtand
A. G, SPA LOING & BOOS
Football Supplis a
Spcialty.
I Eery requisite for the
game. Jackets Pants er-
- sys, Sweaters, Shoes, aps,
'iits, Stckings Mrrit 's
N toes Mas, lRuber Mothn~-
i~( Piece Sin Guards, ead
,p.. iirness. Spaidings Oicia
a, Intercollegia e Fotball
11:7 mst e used in all Miatci
,y aes Price, $5 00.
SSpldigga OfficiaFootallt
tlo Gidr-New ltules-Pictres
w 0 sfilthl eading Players.
-~Prise, 1 t utnd iasoely
Ilustrated ootbail Ctalgs~net Free.
New York, (Chiago, 'kiidrphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN.
OF ANN ARBO.
Organied 183.
Capital. 16100,000. Surps and Prefits, Wd,00
Transacts a general banking busines.
Foreign exchanges bought fndsld Furnih
letters of cerdit.
P. BACH lees. S. W. CLAtISON Cashe.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock. $510.000. Surplus, $1a0,000.
Resources, $ti1,101,00.
Oranized under the General anking Laws
of tis State. Receives deposits. by and
sells echange on the priicipal citeu of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety depsit boxeu to rent.
OrenCEuIs: oCritt~i ack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman VicePres Chs E. Iiuguk,
Cashier H.1J1 ritz Asis-tnt Cashier.
UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
44 AND 413 S. STATE ST.
H.. 1,Annum. 0115. NeLLsne L. TERe,
2y Thompons. P. . Ilok.
YOU
Want to know (most of
the boys already know)
where you can get the
best
GYMNASIUM SUITS AND SHOES
for the least money. It
is at
MSaebers Cyce [mprium,
I W. Washington St., Ann Arbor.

Noble's Star Clothing HouseN 35 1 GENTLEBMEN T
--"- Vou hive bseen wearinn plain and sombre
Tflhtflhcoortssforthe lasstfess years.This fill w
- hlase acopeecie oswilrfr
JUST A TOUCH OF WHAT YOU MUST SOON EXPET, h liwin hheethsatcdes
er ill adopt the neculoes. The goods
shown ieee ;eyan d brown tweedsnwith a dash
Buy that Overcoat tiow, it might save you a large doe- of uncut 7color is plaids aind stripeu. You
will findi beautiful display of tiiese fabties
tor's Till. You soc we are at all times looking after also a fnetlie uf Ovri oetiii-s in K~erseyu,
Mlrtons, Caseor, Fur intl Past eunaers,
your welfare. Fskimos, Shetlands, Astrakhtans and Ctein-
chillasnat
OUIR IUNDE)RFWEAR MercW.BURCHFIEIOD'S,
Is complete in all linies. Prices extremely low, inut the Gentemsen wsibio to be informed on tie
prpr n corre-c tuhng in dtress are invited
shiits aite god antilng to soil and see me.
long. t mate a spiecialtsy of Dress Garments and
Street Costumes foe Ladies.
0 ..McGraw, of NEW ACHI NEBSHOP
DEATHA. C McGraw & Co.
of Detroit, force a settlement ANDREW HUNTER, 9 E. Libety st.
of the estate. Shoes had to go. Bicycles Repairedl or Rentted.
We bought 3,000 pairs for.
b)H E S 50 on the $1. Have opened lDeiital Intrtments Repasited.
the greatest slaughter known
in the history of Ann Arbor. TflflCD 11 2)f3) 0 STATE
It will pay you to investigate.*STREET. + +
AftAriaCall on them foe
G o d --fe d s Fine Lunches, ae od
O F F P ' Fine Chocolates,
17 S. MAIN ST. Try Our Lunches.
Try Our "Red Star " Oil. LAW BOOKS!

7/

No smoke. No offenisive odor. Will not cbar ti-i wick.
Perfectly safe. Light gravity, Has tic equal in thuis
market. Delivered promptly to any part of ti-i city in
osir cans. Price 1ee per gallon.
DEAN &COMPANY.
44 Sonth Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALENDAR.
1tiurs., lct. 31.,i-i p. mi., i-ts-- iectue
RetntsilBilirbiotu-, C oc-kli hel( tok roim-if. ~t~ IMtlgeis-se'sci
hiave betn itt.th- city --il-ica1t. "550 i-iskim-.
slays. Frida-iy i--i-., Niov. 1,Wi-erm-tn geti-
liii-Ortis-l- ssillsonetaintisilSof i-ll sisiussim-Frismanisptrea-i. Woitisn s-f
th1e 'Vearsiiy teamls, tna is-eli -s ' it9,S' ir61 u-i nsis-i
te-ami. IMoi., Nov. 4. 80p.i.,.. itariasi
Te statitng cepaitiy of st-i-libr-ary .lis-h-Edwareidt 'eWalut titerosot o
210, has bhi-ci -nisti-lillhed by ria-ili Tt', es' i 1sll-(ibsstre
irs, sevetral titmes tilli stt-k. i-bt.. Nov. 9. Camibtridge,.Meass.-i
Albert Doty, '05 P.,liit-igoneti-tlls slilhits Ov.lI aerili.
bunsini-s iin Detilt.wthis two ~i Sat.,Non-. 1t68S p. in..,IUniversity Hll
brthers, swliiiare alsit gresidet -s of -S L. A. cousrse, Leland T. P5owiers,
lllishigei. impersonator.
Mlist Miinie .Toes, of lihiaetlpiil Tues., No-i. 19. 8 p. ii., Pniversity
-iiill itilillis55tilWmn' ge O ~l5i l tHall-Choral tiouiseries. fhoms'te
.Thursday lit 4i:3t0 p. iin. iii room124 oil. orcestia: of Chicago.
"htysical Pois."
By aittistaesioi- theiiprotof-reaete ONT 1'FAII.i
Dlly ainnositc-sithe elecstion if EL. i Toi-isci Stetles, winidosw, 251S.
Mrese sesniotrlilt-retry iresids-sil. It.Foneelii-i-i-.
shotiilithavie hi-eunE. It. Hose. Robsert. G. lIngersoell's lie-Isses andit
L-. It. Hlsey, l1.9,14an5dali-ianA. A -irs-rk- inayoely halilt-it11 Metyntersd sit.,
frtoo this imolitiy is 14 ow intcharetsfromti..A. Rtoseni,aenit for C. I1. Far-s
sif theClhicigo oftmce of ti-ic Everett, U.s-s-i lb
P'isk & Co.'s Teaiect.- Agency bur-ieau'- Leather ella-irs thud coues for libra-
A siretisedisitit he ltiag-s ti iiesiind fiatsernityliotises inthe laug-
vcersity writes the Daily t-iatthliy are c-it as-sortument. Prices -ie-yt lonw, at
very sitcli discousrigeid over their 5 d te- IAL-EIS
feat by Miinnesota, us they folly ci-.t
lie sttid to wnvii dtati. .iiiDU"I AI gre ta m tl i11t-il Si t T-is-ic StIblliers window, 2.5S.
to tilillllp theenialk i-l-i-c-is initle tea-t, 'eethae
i-specially full bath. SIA's CPU roiei twelve to fifteen.
stsudents to n-sik onicominsision. Cei
DON'T tFALS-iat St E. Huron st.I
To se Seibcro -iniid-i-, 2 S. Fee Sale or bRent. -A sqmare Piano 7
Fcouth avei. (Decker) in :got-d coneditions.'Terms
1100511. reasonable. Inqisire at Ne. 14 N. Iii"-
Pleasant suits and -sinigle reems fur- gulls st.
nished to order. Battroeom and for- For Studcets-aten-t resolving hook
nace. Two blocks fromtie canipus cases, best muke ansi goodiptIterins.
en the street car line. Heard if de- Low prices at ASSiTON UALI-iR'51;.
sired. 102 S. Statest. Elegant Suits--bath, beating and
At 4 N. Fiftu ave., very-nicely fur-, lighting-rent reasonable-Forest Inn,
nished front soils rooms, furnace heal 18 Forest ave.
and balls. Also bent table hoard at. Very pleasant reenms at 30 Church
$2.50 a week for a limited niuiber. st. Furnace heat. A fev bearders
Wanted-Heard aind siiigle room by desired. 3o
'97 L. Leave verd, at. Daily office. 27 Mlen en commission, 6i E. tHuren nt.

present an-d future use, at our
LOWEST PRICES
We shall be hers for a few
days only.
Callaghan & Co.
LAW PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO.
AT SCHLEEDE'S, 50DS. STATE ST., Aror
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
Twelve yearn of nsaihchieg is Ann Arbor
whithi -isoll if SG5h pupils itst seea-i are a
-nflieient guarannee as to suereability to teach
dan-iiig as it sheould be. All classes are un-
der the personal instruction of tMe, and Mrs.
Hoc Granger. Miembers of thee American
NationaiAssosciation of Moste-s-of Deni-ig.
Foe information regariding eclisses amit terms
cul it ti-icoffce, giound floor 6 Maiynirid it.
Cirulars it hosi. Storts or Mailed.
OERA VOUSE ENI1BYSTORE
Gesieral st-el- of w-iathes. Jewelry and
Novelties. Rtepairingo f Watchers. Jecw-
elry, Gold Pe-i,. itegs aied Spectachls
aspec-ialty. Cash paid tsr old gold and
silicer.
C. -H. KEY ES.
Your Prescription
may not be written osi one of our blanks, but
wecansill1 it for youn, end fli it IGHi, and it
u-i--i-t csst youiaey fatncy price, It wei pay
yousto ingmyosi pee-sriptiens to
Wi-ie you glee a party order ysurecarriages
here by teiepihuoneisof iifiinies,'Liiry end
get yior chaeroi-ns -iarided free. YouthlSIid
the finest carriagsi-i towin at
HOLMtES, LIVERY.
SPECIA&L.
U r OF10. SHAVING PAttLOiR and iBsth-
* roomm. Alt %ppointmientssfient class.
Impsrted and domestic -igais. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dre-sstsg and bathieg parloes. J. R.
Teojanowski. So S. Stats st.
W~ TH EN YOCU'AVANr ysur clothes cleined,
VO preused, eeliied or rebound go to Mmr.
Fingerle, over Siheeh-an's b-i-is store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order.
TRADE - MARK

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