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November 08, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-08

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE VICTOR
INTERCOLLEGIATE
FOOTBALL
Is unquestionably the finest ball
on the market today. It's light-
ness aond durability make it a
favorite with all players.
Price complete with inflator,
$5.00. Victor Foot-Ball Guide,
containing the new rules, and
chapters on the game by Leland
and others, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
football clothing.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Makers of victor Bicycles.
Boston. Ness York. Detroit, Denseor
Sas Frascisco. Los Angeles. Portlans d
For Sale by M. Staebler, 11 W.
Washington St.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
a Football Suppliss a
Specialty.
Esery requisite cor the
tomne. Jackets, Fanstjer-
se ys, S .. eaters, Shores, Caes,
Blelts, Stockings, Mrrill's
Noses Misk, Robber Mouth-
"ieee, Sis Gooreds, Bead
isHarnes. Spaiding'sOfficial
Iutercoilegiate Football,
mast be used is ail Matck
Cusses. Price, $5 00.
Spldieg's OflebitFootblli
'> Cuide-NeiRebulrs-Pictures
!. zof all the tLeadiing]'layers.
Price, i0 ots, iiondsomely
Illustrated Football Cabalogue sent Frees.
New Yerk, Chicargo, Phsilephia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OP ANN ARBOR.
Orgaized 1863.
Capital, $10,10. surplus und Profits, WS000
Transacts a general baskisg business.
Forrigexeshanges bought and sold, Furnish
letters of credlt.
P. BACK i'res. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, &50,000.5 Splus, $150,0.
Rlesourtes, I10l,b0b
Organied uderthe General BankingbLaws
of tkis Stake. Receives deposits, buys und
us esehange on the principal cities of the
United States. Dreafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit hoses to reut.
OrrsCERS. Christiano'Rack 'res.; W. I).
Hrnriman, Vice-P'res.:Cha s 01. tilcoek,
Cashier. M.iT. F111z AssstasntCashier."
UNIVEIRSITY
SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 A ND 463 S. STATE ST.
B. B. AUSTIN, MBS.NELLIE'L. TYLE'i,
217 Thompsonsut. P.0,. Bloeck.
I"VICTOR FOOT BALLS

Noble's Star Clothing House, s. i.I GENTLEBMEN T
You save been wearing plais asd nombre
clors for the last few years. This gall we
LO RED SH IRTS*'g'~~j have a complete chasige. Sonse will prefer
Eu 3~3J u U EE 'the plain, wciile the more enthusiastic dress-
erOSs1 ~ J gn will adopt the sew colors, The goids
showns are grey and Prawn tweedsuwith ia dash
of biriotht color in plaids and stripen. You
This week we are showing all the novelties iii colored will fid a bleautiful display of these fabrics
also a Sene line of 0 sereorstin a 5 i Kerseys,
laundered Shirts. Tse MONARCH, made by Cluett, Mlrtons, Castor, Fur and Patesit Beavers,
Coons & Co, and the RELIABLFE, tmade by Bdrokaw. The Eskimos, Shetands, Astrakhuns and Chiin-
lines are complete in all respects. For style, fit anodcom- S. W. BIJROHFIIBLD'S.
fort the above manufactures' goods speak for themselves. Mlerchant Tailoring Store, No.0a0E. Huron St
Gentlemeni eisbing to tbr informed on the
IS BTh U TI IDO D proper and correct thing in dress are invited
I make a specialty of Dress Garments and
__________________________________________________________Street Costamen for Ladles
$3v II N 0 ,SO ED FieSLnchs'onThemfo
'~I ? T C $.0C TOOP & CO.1 ,,STREET.Clontefr
Fine Chocolates,
____________________________________________and Baked Goods.
Special Prices xr aus Try Our Lnhs
We can sitow you all the desirable styles ini French Calf, MOORE & WETMORE
Enamel, Patent Leather and Tan. 65S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
GOODS 'IBV DS. AIN.UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!

Try Our "Red Star" OiL
No smoke. No offensive odor. Will not eciar the wvick.
Perfectly safe. Light gravity, Has ne equal in this
market. Delivered promptly to any part of the city in
our cans. 'Price 10c per gallon.

DEBAN & COMP.ANY.

44'South Main Street.

i

UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALENDAR.j
Atr. Dowirh'ldlis Writtin. qielezes ii Slt.,Nov. t). Casibrirlge, illass..-I
hittry, comrses 1 tinid 2, today. Michigain s's. Ha~rvardi.
The' Adelpiiis m Iiiigliii nueslelilll 'itoii Nov . isip. 111., tliiali
effoit flit'a. gooioil r1111 for "''liis' i, r' i il uu'rlu'
Nig;ht" Saturdaiy esellilg. yNos'. 1. -It~iiiill ter-cl'lllss aiiii' foe
'he li reCtsbteirianl 'houngl 'e'ollle'0 stlSootball eli lltliillliii.
eitly iola soctilt lct'ditlillil IIsit Sat.,'N0v.itt, S ii. mi.. loisersity IHall
ioniigit, 1toss'icihball studetlare ll -S.L. Anore, teltaned T. Posers,
v~iteI.Ties.,siisv. 19, iS p. 111., T7iiersils'
Prof ('etig shiowei'dta11n111biriofill ItHllC'hosiii Union serieo, 'Thiiiias'
ti'r'sting lanittin idetus to his iltiss ill orei'bslr't of Cllicuigi.
Seitlichilstso''ryesteiriay. '1lils csores' Fri., Nov.'2.-tVlrsi Fi'i'liniiii tili
is~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~a til'(,lrsilmllli ~ia'ib' 'iIaiger's Academys.'T'icess$1.
Nos.'2:3.-Minnesoilaigaite lit Detroit.
see'kinig ti lib eal iihiiiili Fri.,IDc. .Sophomoire hopi.
Foriii p ho deti'pictells calltat
of liii 'h:)hss,1, lst,,itiat 5Wai5ll- "Statiliras,if course," andlasok to see
nonc'sitolbe hi'lhill, ii Millii all '11.ii'Feast to blora"' by 1. Tojelti,
yssti'rdaiy- at4 p. ii. ill..hs 1beiipost- "'Tlls' tulilig IPassioir," by Y'mung,
ptise'dIiiintilloy atithlei 011'iin atnou. "Midsumiiiiiit," by Albeit Moor'e,
"Evsing Prayci'," after .oiiEsns
'The G t rtie Stati' Prurvidlent. Ato-. 4ltest nosvelties inne miouldlings
elation owhicla ompullihedlssithi.itii' liiall pricies.

New and Second-Hand.
Nete books ad other Students' Supplies.
Fountain Perns, Fine Stationery, Sporting
Goods, etc., which thery otter at the lowest
prices.
Call and see us before Purchasing.
DO YOU DANCE ?
Mr. au rir ts. Ross tGrang~eririvite' thorse
coirsideingitesubject o a ciniig eli ctll at
te Acaemry, iG Maynard st., irpposiite Schreol
of Mush' butilinrg. Nit stiris io mounit;
Oilice'atisDcinlg rramnt iigrounrdftour.
OPERAIOUSE HI[MHYSTORE
Ceeral'rtr a ofWetchrrers. Jewry and
Noreelties. iteptiiimiif itt tte ew-
ely odPnRusadSetce
C. H.KEYES.
PLGOWS
CGHIC.AGO
CANDIES-'°"-
601 ('ris a Pound . Annm Arbor
Agencygam
Por te sest ivsery rigs, finest caeriages
timd h~andsomstor tosesmoie is anid telephone
trr HOLCDBS' 1LIVERY.
H ANGSTERFERI TR. ashn-
20SPECIAL.
" . Ml. ARIITN, Fuseral IDirector, Ciuth
~. and Metallic C'akets and Common
Coffns. Embalming a Spec'ity. No. t1201.
Wiashingtonr st.
OFiA. SLAVING PARLOR anrd Bath-
U. rooms. All appointments fSent glass.
Imported amid domesaic cears. Ladien' artis-
tic blir dressing and bathing parlors J. R.
Trojanowski, 30 S. State st.
H ~ES YOU WYANT your clothies cleaned,
W pressed, relined or rebound go to Mrs.
lingerie, user Sheehan'u boout store. Lab-
oratory aprons made Co urder.
TRADE-MA RK

11

neswhtw'rs'lotinght to .S I.. Asoreiti'
tios of othm'i'slats's antI has been tilt
thio'r'idto iii iesine s in ichi'igant. Is
now oaggiling akbranch othce iltiii.v
c'ity. Subsriptionsio fr stockatre- iows
tbeihig ttaken.
A SC'HOO)Lt.OF DANCINQ.
You eon. join the chasses at Glringer's
Academy ait aim gie, the term shari-
hug with your first lesson,.('ahl at the
ottice .and procu'hre a term or season
membership card. Positis'ely nim hart
term or single evening admiission, nio
public hiops alswed. Office ansI danc-
hug room, grounid floor, di Maynard st,
At 4 N. Fifth ave., very nicely fur-
nished front suite rooms, furnace heal
and bath. Also best table board ah
$2.15 a week for a limited number.
For students I have lhs best assort-
ment of revolving and study chairs.
Special low prices will be quoted. Call
and see thieta. MARTIN HALLER.

1tOOMS.
Ptleasant suits and single reas fur-
nishied to order, Bathroom and fur-
noce. Tue hlocks froma the campus
on the street ear line, Board if de-
sired, 102 S. State st.
Single coons and board to he had at
No, 17 S. Stale st. Only three doors
from campns. Heat thud light fur-
nished.
Leaether chai's and conches far libra-
rion and fraternity houses ho the larg-
eat assortmnt. Prices very how', at
MARTIN HALTER S.
WANTED-Frohm twelve to fifteen
students to work oo commission. Call
at 6 EN. Huron oh.
host.-Gentleman's open face gold
watch with fob. Iteturn to Dr. R.
Stuart, Psi Upsilon House and receive
reward. I35
Subscribe for the Daly.

are made of the beut material, and are
guaranteed better than any other
make, Included withi eery bail is an
inflator, srame us sent with Victor
Bicycles. Victor "hntergoliegiate" orI
pablic hs requested to insireeo ur
complete line of Sporting Goods, Base
Bails, Bats, Tennis Bails, Rackets etc.
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM.
11 W. Washinston SC., Ann Arbor.

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