THE U. OF M. DAILY.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Football Supplies a
Every requisite for the
game jackets, Cnts, Jer-
seys, Sweaters, Shoes, Caps,
Belts, Stockings, eorrill's
Nose Mas, Ruar ,MotH-e
Piee, Sin GuardsHa
Harness. Spading's Official
muasbe used in all Match
*. Games. Price, $5 00.
.F Spalding's OfficialFootball
it of all te Leading Playsr.
Price, 10 cts. Handsomely
Illustrated Football Catalogue sent Free.
New York, Chicago, Philadelpha.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
Twelve years of teaching in Ann Arbor
with a rol of G53 pupils 'ist seasn are a
sufficient guarantee asto our ability to teach
dancing as it should be. All classes are un-
der the personal instruction of Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Granger. Members of the American
Niational Asociaion of Msters of Dancing.
For informatina regarsino classes and ter s
call at the office, ground floor 6 Maynard st.
Circulars at Music Stores or Mailed.
XOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST, AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WLLIAM,
nAVE A COMPLETE STOCK O0
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.
Note books and other Students' Supplies
Tountain Pens, Fine Stationery, Sporting
Goods, etc., which they oseer at the lowest
Call and see us before Purchasing.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stw'k, 50. f.Srpls, $10,010.
Rteou res, $1,100,000.
Organized underthe General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identfcation. Safety deposit boes Horent.
Orecens: Christian Mack, Pees.l'Y. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. lilscock,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz, Assistant Cashier.
TOOP & CO1 STREET. +
Call on them for
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gloss ane Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 S. POURTH AVB.
Readers of theDaily will con-
fer a favor on the Editors by men-
tioning this paper when dealing
Overman Wheel Co.'s Gym-
nasium Suits are ac-
All grades andsles at the lowest
M, StubIe's Cyle [mpum
it S4. Wsi tns SAn xiiot'
Star Clothing House 0
are showing the ST R AND, a new feature in a
.. FR.oOK COAT L 1-. am
Our assortment of Fall Clothing is now complete. We would be*
pleased to show you if you are interested.
A New Camera
LAMIPS That have perfect combustion and do not smoke or
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.
DEAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.
PHE HAWK-EYE, JR.,
ill accommodate film for25ex.andis loaded
dunloaded in broaddaylight. Glass Plates
an be used without any extra attachments.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. IMPROVEMENT SHOWN.
Pennsylvania defeated Sworthmore Better Work By the 'Varsity Eleven
yesterday, 4-0. Yesterday.
Dr. Sallum, of Damascus, has en- Yesterday's football practice showed
tered the medical department. a great improvement over that of the
Mr. Shigeru Matsuyama, of Tokio, day before, both in interference anl
has entered the engineering depart- quickness in getting the ball into play.
scent. There was little fumbling and both
Miss Carrie V. Smith, of last year's teans played ith more snap.
Daily board, is teaching in Salt Lake Carr was put in at center on the
City, Utah. 'varsity team and Henninger and
Dr. Jennie S. Hughes supersedes Dr. Raikes as guards. Holmes played
Ives as the women's physical exam- quarter back and Richards and Gates
iner in the waterman gyinasium. the halves. Villa and Yoni were put
President Angell will deliver his an- in as tackles with Hutchinson and
nual address before the Students' Greenleaf ends. Senter has a bad
Christian Association, at l):15, Sunday knee, which will keep himt out ,of the
morning, October 6. game for some days. LeRoy played
Alfred Smith, '94, is principal of the full back. Myers, the nes candidate
high school in Salt Lake City, Utah. for center, did not show up yester-
E. C. Shields returned to the tUni- day, but will probably be out today.
versity yesterday. to take his last Bloomingston is back and will be out
year's work in the law department. today to try for his old position.
The medical students gave Dr. A meeting of all candidates was
Vaughan an enthusiastic reception yes- held again last night, when new sig-
terday morning, to which he respond- nals were given to them. About eight
ed with a very cordial address of wel- nien are now at the training table at
come. 43 E. William st., and more will be
By mistake in yesterday's issue the taken on from time to time.
Delta Gamma's were assigned to the
Sorosis' former house. The Delta Wisconsin Shows improvement.
tncluding Sunlight Film for 12 exposures.
Send for Catalogue describing all kinds of
Cameras and Accessories.
The Blair Camera Co.,
-m Trement St Bnoston, Mass.
Buy all you can afford, for
present as'd future use, at our
We shall be here for a few
Callaghan & Co.
LAW PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO.
AT SCHLEEDE'S, 50DS. STATE ST., Anbr
General stok of Watches, Jewelry and
Novelties. Repairing of Watches. Jew-
elsy, Gold Pens, Rins and Spectacles
ape-ialty. Cash paid for old gold and
C. H. K EY ES.
W. G. Palmer (fornerly with E. E.
Calkins, has succeeded Bassett &
Mason in the Drug Business at 46
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
S rooms. All Appointments first class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
T'roianowski, 30S. State st.
THEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned,
W pressed, relined or rebound go to dirs.
Fingere over Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order.
J. SCHLEER makes a specialty of
.Fountain Pens, Students' Note Books,
and Binds Books from 2c upwards at 50 S.
F yurkaccount with the elate Sav-
K ings Bank
Gammas have the new house one door
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 Ss 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
At 4 N. Fifth ave., very nicely fur-
nished front suite rooms, furnace heat
and bath. Also table board for a um-
Rooms at 26 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.
Good board at No. 29 E. University
Advertise in the Daily.
After Wisconsin's narrow defeat of'
Nortlivestern, it was thought that the
Iowa Agricultural College team, which
defeated Northwestern 30-0, would
win from Wisconsin; but Wis-
consin defeated Iowa - on Mon-
day by a score of 28 to 6. The
Iowa team is coached by Warner,
Cornell's old captain, and has been
making a; strong showing.
Suite, suitable for two or three, at
46 E. William. Ladies preferred.
Newly furnished front suite to rent
at 4 N. Fifth avenue.
Room for light housekeeping, 49 S.
Whisk Brooms for 10c at Mum-
Fine toilet goods and brushes of al
kinds at MAummery's Drug Store.
Itoom and board at No. 8 Forest
If you have rooms to rent, advertise
iti the Daily.
For boarders advertise in the Daily.