THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Is unquestionably the finest ball
on the market today. It's light
ness and durability make it a
Ifavorite with all players.
Price complete with inflator, I
$500. Victor Foot-Ball Guide,
containing the new roles, and
chapters on~ the game by Deland
and others, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
foot ball clothing.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
M~akers or Vitor JBiycles.
Boston. Now York. Detroit. Denver
San Francioco. Loa Angeles. Portland
For Sale by MV. Stanbler. 11 W.
A, 8. SPALDING & BROS.
Football Supplies a
/ Every requisite for the
game. Jackets, Cants, Jer-
s eys, Sweaters, Shops. Caps,
Beltts, Stockings, Idorrili's
NooneStasis. Slbber Mouth-
Steer, Shin Guards, Stead
nmnst be used in nil MateSh
Games. Price, $5 no.
FSpadings Official Football
~$of all the Leading Players.
- Price, SO cts, Slandsomely
Ilustrated Football Cataloge, sent Free.
New York, Chiclago, Philadelphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $100,05. Surplusn and Profits, $40,000
Transactu a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought and sufd. Furnish
etters of credit.
P'. BACHS Fees. S. W. CLARKISON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stoets, $50,000. Surplus, $15t0,000.
Organized under the General Banking Lawn
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
-dentification. Saety deosalthoxes t rent.
OFFnERnS: Christian M~ack Pres.; W0. D.
Barriman, Vice-Pees.: Chas E. Hiscock,,
-Cashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
UN IVERSIT Y
SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STATE ST.
B. M. Ausns tituS.NELLIE L. TYLER,
2. Thompson st. P.0. Block.
VICTOR FOOT BALLS
Iare made of the best material, and are
Noble's Star Clothing House, S. Mai. GEN TLEM EN IT
-".- You have hero weaving plain and sombre
colors for the lost few years. This fall we
- hove a ismplete cha nge Some will prefer
O ur C ord~ ~~~the -' o a -/t plain, while the more enthusiastic dress-
0,. jOW r y t a l s eos will adopt the sew coloes. The good'
shown are grey and brown tweeds with a dusth
of brights color in plaids and stripes. You
will find is beautiful display of these fabiles
are made with a good turn up. It cost a trifle more also aline linieofoveeoatin.scin Kerseys,
to have, them made as we want them, hot we ask Eskimos, Shetlands, Astrakhans and Chin-
yout the same for the correct thing as others do chillBasI-FIBatS
for the common ones. Mierehant Tailoring Store, No. 6 E. Huron St
Gentlemen wishing to teie nformed on the
f f f+f+ r.. $3*QQ f f f f proper and correct thing in dress are invited
to call and see me.
____________________________________________________I__ makue a speciatsp of Dress Garments and
Street Costames for Ladis.
' $3.00 T I Q6l'S. STATE
I/ - i N $4.00 TI~i- OOP & CO.11 STREET.
IV E IN.$.6&J\. JJ FieuCesl on them for
Specialand Baked Goods.
SpeialPrices., extra Values. TyOrLnhs
We can show yost all the desirahle styles ini French Calf, MOORE & WETMORE
Enamel, Patent Loather and Tan. 65S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST,,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
3O IS SS DS c17i SS'iEo H s MIN ave a tOMPLETE SOC O
Try Our "Red Star" Oil.
No smoke. No offenisive odor. Will not char the wick.
Perfectly safe. Light gravity, Has no equal in this
market. Delivered promptly to any part of the city in
our cans. Pricc 10c per gallon.
DEAN & COMPANY.
44:South Miain Street.
See the team off at 5 p. m.
Prof. (Irit; lectures to the liwcebs.-
The senior test~s halve decitded upon
canles for class embslemos.
Dr. Bastoni, '95 D, is inthie ciy vis-
iitig frienidsf or a fess days.
'The extenions tf the lasw library is
raptidly approaching compldetion.
Edwavrdt Waldo Emierson w'as a, vis-
itor ait the generall libsrary toiday.
Vs. I). Hoid~ay, '194 L.. is phtysicl
instritltitat thieIlosse School, Limta,
Dr. Taft wiltlSheet the senior detal
class this sloriling at ls thesdetlt mltiil-
Pcrof. Angell lectuiretd itsthe hisw se-
partent todasy. Prof. Gbriffinswill tie
All desiring to taske the practlice
coursee ini physioltogy shiouldse oe Dr.
J. B. Allen, t92, wilt speak before
the Engitteerig society Sattirtay
eventinig ott "'ThleWiring1f ailO(Sicre
Prof. Craig wilt show latiern. slides
of Assyrian excavations to his class
it Seibitic Shisory, insteaidiof ilhe'rstgss-
tat- lectture toiday.
The electitontaofthell'08l lassosowitt hi
held tmvxt Saturitay. Vp So ltte sresent
titme, no cohbinaltioniss-e he-iniiaste
and 's'witli the Slicer factious swesterni,
it is slot protcitle Slat anytinitt'wilt
At the special'siteting of te Weh-
stec society tielid Mondaty evening, te
only businiess s'vas te appoinling of a.
comittlee So mtake arrlangemients for
their preliminiary detel, and. So con~-
ft-c ssitihlihesiShes'societies conte-cinig
St'e iter-soily sdetaste-.
Thurs., No's. 7, athletic hield, 4 p. i.
--'98 vs. '99 inin ster-class football ,ser-
Sat.. Nov. , ~Cambhridge, Mass.-
Moss.. No's. 11, 8 p). in.. UnSitarianl
chulsrchl-Ex-Govts. Ashley ott "Ahrahiant
Lintcolna" nlittiy Cltuh costsst..
Sat., Nov. 1ll, S p. in.. University Hal1
-S. L. A. course, Leland T. Powers,
Tutes., Nov. 19, 8 p. in., University
Hall-Choral 1'sionr. series, 'Thomnas'
orchestra of Chicago.
F~ri., Dec. 6.-Sophonmore hop.
Plea.sant suits and sing~le rooms fur-
nishe to order. Bathroom and fur-
nace. Tswo blocks from the campus
on the street car line. Board if do-
sired. 102S. Slate st.
Single room and board to he had at
No. 17 S. State st. Only three doors
from casspsus. Heat asid ighS fur-
Leather chairs and couches for libra-
ries and fraternity houses in She larg-
est assortment. Prices very loss, at
WANTED-From twelve to fifteen
students to work on commission. Colt
at 6 ER. Huron sa.
At 4 N. Fiftn ave., very nicely fur-
nished front anile rooms, furnace hleat
and hath. Also hest tahle hoard at
$2.504 a wveek for atlimited nunther.
F~or students I have the heal assort-
ment of revolvinig atnd study chaira.
Special loss prices wvillibe quoted. CatS
and see themn. MARITIN HALLER.
See the team off at 6 pi. m.
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.
Note books ad other Students' Supplies.
Founotain tesFlee Stationery, Sporting
Goods, etc. which they alfer at the lowest
Call and see s before Purchasing.
DO YOU DANCE?'
file and Mirs. Boss Granger cnsite those
considering the subtect uS dancing to call at
te Academy, I6tMaynard st1 opposite School
of Music building. No stairs to mount;
Office and Dancing room on ground floor.
OPERA HOUSE JI'E[VY STORE
General stock of Watehes, Jewelry and
Novelties. Rlepairing of 'satches. Jew-
elry, Gold lesns cg.anid Spectaclus
a specilty. Cash paid for old gold and
C. H. K EYES.
SO Censce a Pound. Ann Arbor
Poe the best livery rigs, finest carriages
and haodsomest horses coomein and telephone
to HOL.CDBS' IVERY.
H ANSTERFERI o c
0. M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
.ad Metallic Casketeanod Common
Coffins. Emhalminig a Specialty. No. t2 E
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
.rooms. All ppeointments first class.
Imported and domestic cigara. Ladles' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R
Teojanowski, MS. State &t.
WAHEN YOU WANTr your clones cleaned,
VSpressed, recioed or rebound go to Mrs.
Fingeele, over Sheehan's books store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order.
TRADE -MA RK
make. Included wish every ball is an
inflator, same as aetnt with Victor
Bicycles. Victor "Intercollegiate" or
Association" Foot Balls. at $5.0. The
public is requested to inspect or
BailelsBssne onp isulsoRdueaec
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM.
St1'W. Washingtos St., Ann Arbor.