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November 18, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-18

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TUE U. OF M. DAILY.

Noble's Star Clothing House, S.a
Neckwear,,,&,~
Some of the newest things in Four-in-Hands,
Buffs, Strings and Bows. Some of "Aur-
buck's" Best.
SEE OUR WINDOW.
Try Our "Red Star"' Oil.

THE VICTOR
INTERCOLLEGIATE
FOOTBALL
Is unquestionably the finest ball
on the market today. It's light
ness and durability make it a
,'sorite with all pl-ayers. k
Price complete with inflator,
$50o. Victor Foot-Ball Guide,
containing the new rules, and
chapters on the game by Delnd
,and others, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
foot ball clothing.
UVERMAN WHEEL CO
Makers of Victor Bicycles.
iBoston. New York. Detroit. Denver
PACIFIC COAST:
San Francisco. Los Angeles. Portland
For Sale by M. Staebler, 11 W.
Washington St.
1. 1. SPALBING & BROS.
Football Supplies a
Specialty.
Every requisite for the
game. Jackets, Pants, Jer-
seys, Sweaters, Shoes, Caps,
Belts, Stockings, Morril's
Nose Mask, Rhbber Mouth-
Piece, Shin Guards, Beadt
Harness Spalding's Officia'
-- Itercollegite Fotball
mast he used in all Match
Games. Price, $5 00.
SpaldngsOffcial Football
lGude-New Rules-Pictures
of all the Leading Players.
Price, 10 cts, Handsomely
Illustrated Football Catalogue sent Free.
New York, Chicago, hladiphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
-Capital, 6100,000. Surplus and Profits, 640,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, S,10,00.
Or anized underthe General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
-selns exchange on the principal cities of the
'United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
tIentification. Safety deposit boxes to rent
F[iCnas: Christian Mack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
UP!
-We are up stairs, and we are up In all the
New and Standard Dances.
1NIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 46 S. STATE ST.
THE-
PLACE TO
BUY YOUR
KOAL
-IS AT-
M, STIELE'S,
Office 11 W. Washington St.
'Phone No. S.

M

No smoke. No offensive odor. W ill not char the wick.
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.
IDEAN & COMPANY.

A A=CO- 1- 'KW_._ c

" "out" Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Communications.
The Delta Gamima House received Manager Charles Baird makes the
00 Friday afternoon froii 4 to 6. following announcement and appeal to
''he Webster society will hold its all interested in the Chicago game on
debate preliminary the Wednesday tianksging Day al Chicago:
.,....1... ..... - i-Arrangements have been made with

evening before 1Thanksgiv ing-.
The roeeting of the second year law
elass that wis announce l o be 1hl
Satiday inorniig at i9 o'clock, was
postponed until next Saturday at the
same hour.
The law classes will be quizzed this
week is follows: First year class,
Personal Property, lectures 9 to 12 in-
clusive, in room 1, by W. D. Siitii;
Criminal Law, lectures 0' to 10 inelti-
s. e, ill-iiimi44,by 11'. NV. ttse ;
thirdtys-ar class. Esqiity .lsiristsrustee,
first eight lectures, Damages, lectures
w) to 10 inclusive, in Room 4, by W.
D. Smith.
CALENDAR.
Mon., Nov. 1.-Prof. Greene in the
Unity Club.
Tues., Nov. 19, 8 p. in., University
Hall-Choral Union series, Thomas'
orchestra of Chicago.
Wed., Nov. 20.-Interclass football
championship game at Athletic tield
4 p. in.
Fri., Nov. 22.-First Freshman social
at Granger's Academy. Tickets $1.
Nov. 23.-Atinnesota game at Detroit.
Tues., Nov. 26, 0 p. in., Harris Hall.
-Rev. J. M. Barkley on "One Year in
the Rebel Army," Y. ?t. C. A. conrse.
Fri., Dec. G.-Sophomore hop.
TICKETS TO CHORAL UNION.
Hereafter in the Choral Union con-
certs people will be obliged to show
their tickets at the bottom of the hall
stairs before they assend, but tickets
will not be taken until the doors are
reached that admit to the hall.
J. G. WINE.
HOME-SEEKERtS EXCURSIONS
To Virginia and the South, Nov. 19,
Dec. 3 and 17, 1895.
On the above dates agents of the
Ohio Central Lines will sell Excursion
tickets at one fare for the round trip;
limit for return 30 days.
Consult O. C. Agents.
Robert G. Ingersoll's lectures and
works may be had at 14 M tynard st.,
J. A. Rosen, agent for C. P. Farrell

the Ann Arbor and Wabash Railroads
to run a special train from Ann Arbor
through to Chicago without change,
leaving here at 9 o'clock a. m. on Wed-
nesday, Nov. 27, and arriving at Chi-
cago about 3 p. in. For this train a
special rate of $5 for round trip will
be made providing 200 tickets are
taken. As it is necessary to know as
soon as possible how many are going
it is earnestly requested that all silu-
dients aind townspeople deposit ihe
price of ticket at once with Mr. Green-
wood, agent of the Ann Arbor road,
at the Cook house, at Wahr's State st.
store, or with myself. Receipts will
be given for all money deposited. Re-
miember that tickets will be good to
return until Dec. 2. Spend your vaca-
tion in Chicago and give tue team the
benefit of your presence. It will be a
great game.
CHARLES BAIRD, Mngr.
A '95 L wants to know-
When the long promtised silver platte
with the inscription, "Presented by
the law class of '95," is to be attached
to the pedestal on which rests the
bronze bust of Judge Cooley"in the
law library. When the costly class
picture of the '95 L, collies of which
were sold to members months ago, is
to be placed in the promised position,
adorning the walls of the law lecture
room.
A '95 LAW.
HAVE COME, a consignment of the
latest U. of ^t. yellow and blue flags
and buttons. HALLER'S JEWELRY
STORE.
Wanted-A well accredited young
man to teach conversational German
one-half hour a day for his room
rent. Heat and light furnished, 45
Washtenaw ave.
Lost-A Paul E. Wirt fontain pen6
Please return to 28% S. Fifth ave.

GENTLEMENI
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 tweeds with a dash
of bright color in plaids and stripes. You
will find a beautiful display of these fabics
also a fne line of Overcoatin s in erseys,
Meltons, Castor, Fur and Patent Beavers,
Eskimos, Shetlands, Astrakbans and Chin-
chillas at
S. W. BURONFIELD'S.
Merchant Tailoring Store, No. 6 E. Huron St
Gentlemen wishing to be informed on the
proper and correct thing in dress are invited
to call and see me.
I make a specialty of Dress Garments and
Street Costumes for Ladies.
TOOP &GO 2 . STATE
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,
HAVE 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 offer at the lowest
prices.
Call and see us before Purchasing.
DO YOU DANCE ?
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger invite those
considering the sabjet of dancing to call at
the Academy, 6Maynard st., opposite School
of Music building. No stairs to mount;
Office and Dancing room on ground floor.
OPERA. HOU3
JEWELER.
U. of M. PINS.
.&U1 the Time$
You'll fnd someone in thst ore to
#attend to your wants. Night bell
asd telephone. You know the
p lace.thit only white front on
Statest., 4i sthe number.
PAIiR'S PHARMACY.
When thinking about giving a party
remember Holmes' Livery Carries
#your chaperous free. Finest hacks
n town.
rnriCATERER,
S201 E. Washing-
SPECIAL.
0 . MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
.and Metallic Caskets and Common
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 22 E.
Washington St.
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
rooms. All ,ppointments first class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowsk, 30 S. State st.
Sa'THEN YOU WANT your clothescleaned,
YFprensed, relined or rebound go to Mrs.
Fingere, over Sieehan's ook store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order.



FRATERNITY BAD6ES, LARGEST
FRATERNITY JEWELRY, ASSfRTMNT W IUH *,lK Y UC 11
FRATERNITY STATIONERY AT Detroit, Mich.

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