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November 15, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-15

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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 and durability make it a
favorite with all players.
Price complete with inflator,
$5.MO. Victor Foot-Ball Guide,
containing the new rules, and
chapters on the game by Deland
and others, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
foot ball clothing.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO
Makers or victor aicycles.
Boston. New York. Detroit. Denver
Raa Francisco.ALo Aneie. Portland
For Sale by M. Stebler. 11 W.
Washington St.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Football Supplies a
Specialty.
Every requisite for the
game. Jackets, Pants, Jer-
seys, Sweaters, Shoes, Caps,
Belts, Stockings, Mrrill's
Nes Mas, Raber Mouth-
Piece, Shis (uards, Head
Harness. Spadig's Officia'
intercollegiate Football
must be used in all Match
Games Prie,$5 00.
77 Spdis'sOffisaiFotall
{sGuide-New Rules-Pictures
of all the Leading Players.
Price, 10 ets, Handsomely
Ittastrated Football Catalogue sent Free.
Nw' York. Chicago, Philadelphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR
Organized 1801.
Capttal, 8100,000. Surplus and Proets, 45,110
Transacts a general banking business.
x relga rechnges bought andsold. Furnish
eters acfcredit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
TH E ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, 550.,00. aurpus, $150,000.
Resorces,$1100,0.
Organseed under the Oneral Banking Laws
af this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sels esichagen the pricipal cities othe
United States. Drafts cashed pes proper
fdslntfiction. Safety de sit boes to rent.
OVess: Christia iDuck Pres.; W. D.
Harrimas, Vice-Pres.: Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: M. . Fritz Assistant Cashier.
UP!
We are iw stairs, aid we are up in all the
New ad Sandard Dases.
UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 46 S. STATE ST.
PLACE TO
BUY YOUR
KOAL
-IS AT-
Office 11 W. Washington St.
'Phone No. S.

Noble's Star Clothing House, S.
BE MAN T.AT IS AFRAID -OF PN[MONIA
Will defy the weather if properly protected by the right kind
of Underwear. We have it, Silver, Gray, Natural and
Brown Shades
$1.00 PEIR GARMIENT $1.00
Cheaper qualities if you want them.
h, $3.00S
\AENS $4. 00SiG
Special Prices. Extra Values.
We can show you all the desirable styles in French Calf,
Enamel, Patent Leather acid Tan.
GOODSP IDS., MAN.
Try Our "Red Star" Oil.
No smoke. No offensive 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. Price 10c per gallon.

DEAN & COMPANY.

44:South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALENDAR.
Sat., Nov. 16-'Varsity vs. Purdue.
The Adelphi will hold no meeting Sat., Nov. 16, 8 p. m., University Hall
this week. --S. L. A. course, Leland T. Powers,
Prof. (riflin lectures to t slaw impersonator.
Tues., Nov. 19, 8 p. m., University
classes today. Hall-Choral Union series, Thomas'
This has been an unusually busy orebestra of Chicago.
week at the library. Fri., Nov. 22.-First Freshman social
There will be six contestants in the at Granger's Academy. Tickets $1.
Adelphi preliminary debate contest. Nov. 23.-Minnesota game at Detroit.
Tues., Nov. 26, 8 p. in., Harris iall.
There will be a ':7 class meeting -Rev . J. .. Barkley oii "One Year in
Monday at 4 p. M., in the homeopathic the Rebel Army," Y. 1. C. A. course.
building. Fri., Dec. 6.-Sophomore hop.
A subject for a theses has been THANKSGIVING VACATION.
given each member of Mr. Johnson's For the above recess the Ann Arbor
class in Greek history. Railroad will sell tickets to students
There will be a meeting of the Daily and teachers presenting proper certifi-
,a . ti. A Cates, at one and one-third fare for the
round trip, good Doing Nov. 27 and 28
members must be present. with limit until Dec. 2. Tickets will
Prof. Knowlton was unable to carry be sold to all points in Michigan and
on his work in the law department to all points on the lines of our Toledo
yesterday owing to sickness. connections, within the Central Traffic
Association.
P-ofKeles cture on Poipe, R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent.
which was postponed last year on ac-
count of his illness, will be held in HOME-SEEKERS EXCURSIONS
To Virginia and the South, Nov. 19,
lie near future. Dec. 3 and 17, 1895.
New drainage holes are being siug On the above dates agents of the
at low places around the camps to Ohio Central Lines will sell Excursion
prevent the walks from being flooded tickets at one fare for the round trip;
as they were last sicing. limit for return 30 days.
Consut 0. C.Agets.
The address before the Engineering onsu . C. gents
society tonight will be given by Prof. HUNTERS' RATES.
Pettee on the subject "Barometric Agents of Ohio Central Lines are
Measurement of Altitude." selling Hunters' Tickets to all points
in the hunting territory at hunters'
The November Inlander will contaiii rates.- See Ohio Central Agents. 162
an article by Miss Gertrude Sunder-
land, 't9r, describing lie opening of the HAVE COME, a consignment oftthe
latest U. of Nt. yellow and blue flags
Carlyle Memorial House in Chelsea, and buttons. HALLER'S JEWEIBRY
last August. STORE.
The largest matufacturers of W IH A
Fraternity Pins in the United WRI GuIT, & UU;
States are Detroit, Mich.

GENTLEIIEN!I
You have been wearing plain and sombre
colors for the last few years. This fail we
have a complete change Some will prefer
the plain, while the more enthusiastic dress-
ers will adopt the new colors. The goods
shown are grey and brown tweedswith a dash
of briuht color is plaids and stripes. You
-ill find a beautiful display of these faics
also a fSue line of Overcoatins in Kerseys,
Meltons, Castor, Fur and Patent Beavers.
Eskimos, Shetlands, Astakhans and Chin-
chillas at
S. W. BUFCHFIELD'S.
Merchant Tailoring Store, No. 6tE. Huron St
Centlemen wishig to he informed on the
proper and correct thing in dress are invited
to caliad see m.
I make a specialty of Dress Garments and
Street Costumes for Ladies.
flflD 0 S. STATE
T & STREET. ++
Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
nAvE A COMPLETE STOCK OF
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.
Note books and other Students' Supplies.
Fountain Pens, Fine Stationery, Sporting
Goods, etc., which they ofer at the lowest
prices.
C0l. and see us before Purchasing.
DO YOU DANCE?
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger invite those
considering the subject ot dancing to cail at
the Academy, 6 Maynard St., opposite School
of Music building. No stairs to mount;
Office and Dancing room on ground fSoor.
0. S. 3HEYZS,
OPERA 1101793
U. of M. PINS.
&11 the Tama
You'llSind dsomeone in the store to
attend to your wancs. Night bell
piace, the only white front on
S State st., 46 sthe number.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
When thinking about giving a party
remember Holmes Livery carries
yourchaperons free. Finest hacks
in town.
ANGSTERRr CAER
SPECIAL
O S. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
and Metallic Caskets and Common
Coffins. Embalmiag a Specialty. No. 12 E.
Washingtonsat.L
U U.OF . SHAVIN PARLOR and a th-
reoms. All ppontmets Srst class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski, 5. State St.
iiraigd YOU WANT your clothes cleaned,
FVgprssed, re1ihed or rebound go to Mrs.
Fiageri e, over Seean's boat store. La-
oratory aprons made to order.
TRADE IARK

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