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November 13, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-13

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Noble's Star Clothing House, s.
1THE MAN JHAI IS AFRAID OF PNEDMONIA
W~ill defy the weather if properly protected by the right kind
of Underwear. We have it, Silver, Gray, Natural and
Brown Shades
$1.00 IPER GARIZtE NT $1.00
Cheaper qualities if you want them.
EN'S~$3100SH E

TOOTM+ALL
Is unquestionably the finest ball
on the market teday. It's light
msess and durability make it a
favorite with all players.
Price complete with inflator.
$5.00. Victor Foot-Ball Guide,
containing the new rules, and
chlapters o the game by Deiand
and ethers, 23 cents.
Alsoe a complete line of finest
foot ball clothing.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO3
Alakers oatvictar inycles.
Woston. Now York. netreit. Denver
Sman Francisc. Loa Angeles. Portland
For Sate by X. Staebler, 11 W.
Washington St.
A. G. SPALDNG & BROS.
a Football Supplies a
Specialty.
Every requisite fur the
game. Jlackete, Pants, Jer-
Stys, Sweatero.Shoars, Caps,
Blelts, Stockings. Mrril's
Nose Mtask, Rubber Mouth-
Piece, Sit Guards, )dead
Htareess. Spalding's Officla'
Iteecollegiate Feotball
musttbeCs-ced in all Match
GamesetPrice, $5 00.
r Spaldiegs OfficiaiFoottball
( ,,sGuide-Sea Rules-Pictures
of all the Leading Players.
Price, 10 005. handsomsely
Illustrated Football Catalog~ue sent Free.
SNoYrk, (Chcago, I'hisadetpktla.
FIRST NATIONAL BANx.
OP ANN ARtBOR.
Orgasized 1563.
-Capital, $1i0,000. Surplus and Prelts, 140,000
Trantacts a geueral tanking business.
Foreignexcacknget beugt and sold. Furnish
letters of eredit.
P. BACHI Pros. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARDOR SAVINGS DANK
Capital Stock, 15000. Surplus. 1$15,000.
Rtesources, $1,100,0M.
Organized underethe Oeneral Banking Laws
of tkis State. Rieceives deposits, bus and
sells echange on tke principal cities of the
United States. Dlrafts cashed upon peeper
Adentificatiou. Safety doeposit buses te rent.
OFeIcERt: Ckristian Mack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pret.:Okas E. Hiucuck,
C4ashier 1M. J.5Fritz Assistaut Cashier.
UI VEBRSITY
'SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STATE ST.
'SF~. M. AcUSIN, Mao. Nut.LIsaL. TrLER,
27 Tbompson st. P. O. Stuck.
1PLACE TO
BUZY YOUR
KOAL
°-IS AT-
M, STIBL[R'S,
Office 11 W. Washington St.
'Phone No. S.

Special Prices.

Extra Value.

Enamel, Patent Leather anti Tan.
GOOID$PEEIDS. .
Try Our "Red Star" oil.
No smroke. No offoinsive odor. Will not char the wick.
Pelrttly safe. Light gravity, Has no equal in this
mnarket. Delivered promptly to any part of the city in
our cans. Price ti0e per gallon.

DEAN & COMPANY.

44SoTh Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALENDARS.
Nosv. 13-Final inter-class game for
The vss('r sertvice yesterday otis football chamnpionshsip.
m-te iattende'dL Sat., Nov. 16-'Varsity vs. Purdue.
Mr. Brands i g lass in Freitoli s hit Sat., Nov. 10, 5 p. in., University Htall
ilegn rsdio l~' alislur. -S. L. A. course, Leland T. Powers.
begu realiu; Lelleteur. ipersonator.
97Mr. I. HubbardtI , occupssllpaitl- Taos., Nov. 19, 5 p. in., University
pilt in Petesbur-ghIen alternate Siu.- Hall-Choral Union series, Thomas'
dlays- ol'ehestra of Chicago.
'Three lectsuri' in Dom~esiic Rltcatio Fri., Nov. 22.-Firt Freshsman. social
hsave been gig en ho the !0I5N las stis at Gransger's Academy. Tickets $1.
Nov. 23.-Minnesota ganie at Detroit.
week. Fri., Dec. 6.-Sophoniore hop.
Dr. Darling wtill mostlt'e senior
dents at shee hospittil as l1 o'clock HUONTERtS' ttATES.
Agents of Ohio Central Lines are
Tbursiday misiilg. setting Hunters' Tickets to all poiuts
Wa.Ssih ilhwscileti ieIuinting territory at huenters'
to his home is CheLsea Satuidtay even- rates. See Ohio Central Agents. 162
ing' by the death of til father. ROS
Three coisies of Fronds's. Erasmsus Pleasant suits and single roonms fur-
have bseen addsd to tse collectiois of nished to order. Bathroom and fur-
tbe rlass in History; course 2. nace. Two blocks froms the campus
Rtoy ParsoosOT C. 15., who has beeii on the street car line. Board if do-
at hits honme in Hlowell, Mich., for fi ired.12 .Sat _t
last twvo weeks, owring to sickness, lis For up to date pictures call at
"Stabler's, of course," anid ask 1o see
returned to college. "Tise Feast to Flora,"' by V. Tojetti,
Mr. B. Knalpp, '96L~I, is assistitng 'The ttuling Passion," by Young,
trof. F+itzgerald it. the gyinsasieum "Midsummer," by Albert Moore,
wvhile Mr. Fitzpatrick is busy wills the "Evening Prayer," after John Emmes.
football teaim. Mr. Kthinpp has tai Llatest novelties. in frame imouldings
experience s instructor at Vatiderbiltl at alt prices.
L~ni Te :ity.At 4 N. F+ilth ave., very nicely fur.
ljruvtkitJ.nished front suite rooms, furnace heat
TO DANCE WELL. and bulb. Also best table hoard at.
Now is the titme to join thic classes in $2.50 a wdek for a. limited number.
dancing at Granger's Acadenszy. Office, For Students-Patent revolving book
residence and academiyI6 Maynand st. cases, host make and gosd patterns.
Wanted-A welt accredited young Low prices at MtARTIN HALhLEE'S.
maw to play-ithe tiano (simple music) F~ound-A pocketbook. Inquire at I61
three hours- awsek for his rooni reit. 0. Washington st.
Heat and light furnishied.. 43 'Washte- Wantedt-Bsard and single rsom by
naw ave. '97 L. Leave word at Daily office. 27
The largest manufacturers of W IH , 0
SrteriyPn nteU ie ates are Detroit, Mich.

GEN TLEM1fEIT
You ave bees wearig plain cd sombre
Colors o te last fcw yess. Tis tal we
have ia complete cbsage Sme ill perer
the plin, whisle the more etusistic dress-
erst ill adopt te now o lo. Te goods
stown re gey ad rows twedswit a dash
of briahtt olor is plaids and stripes. You
will find a beatiful display of tese faica
aso its e lne iof Oerotic :c istRerseys,
Mleltons, Cstor Fur ad Ptteav Hsers,
Eskimos, Setads, Astrakasns and Chin-
cillas at
0. W5. BURCHFIRL.D'S.
Mecat Tailoring Store, No. 6 E. Hurn St
Getlieme wibing to e informed on the
prosper and corret thing i dress are inited
to col and see me.
Imale a specilty of Drss armets and
Street Costs es fr Ladies.
CO ti if STATE
TOOP COISTEET. ++
tall on tem f~r
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
MOORE & WETMORE
65S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
HaAVACOPLTrSTCK laOr
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New ad Second-Hand.
Nte barks and ottse Stsdents' Suppties.
Founstain Pns, Fine Stationery. Sprting
Gards, etc., awich tey soffr at the lowest
prices.
Cll and see us before Prchasing.
DO YOU DANCE?
Sr and Srs. Ross Grangr Init those
cnsderng the sbjec~ui dancing t call at
the Academy, 0Saynard tit., oppst Shol
of Susie building. No sais t munt;
Office and tiuncing rosin on grund flsr.
c. 13. KEYES,
OPE~A HOUSE
JEWZLER.
U. of M. PINS.
0A&l the Tim.e
0 You'll find sosmone in te str to
S attend to your wans. Nigtt ell
nd telephone. You know theI
lace, the only wbte frnt on
0 tate st., h is t ke n mbr.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
When tinkig about givig a pary
renembeeIHolmes' Livery carries i
curhaperons ree. Fuest hacks
in town.9
iialnorflrflCATERER,
SPECIAL.
(. Br. MATN Fuerl tDirectr, Cloth
an~sd Metallic Caskets and Common
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. o. il E.
Wasingon St.
U. OF S. SIAING PARLOR and at-
roos. All appoinmns first clss
Imported ad domesticiglar. Lades artis-
tic hair dressinsg and bathing prlrs J.R
Trjanowski.80IS. State St.
Y 1TIES YOU WANT your cotes cleaned
{'pressed, reliutdorserebound "osMrs
Fingerlo. sver Sheehan's bouk stre Lab-
oratory aprons made tosorder.
TRADE -'-MARK

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