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November 20, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-20

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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,
$5.00. Victor Foot-Ball Guide,
containing the new rules, and
chapters on the game by Dseland
and others, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
foot ball clothing.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Makers of Victor icycles.
Boston. New York. Detroit. Denver
PAIFIC 'COAST:
San Francisco. Los Angeles. Portlan d
For Sale by M. Staebler, 11 W.
Washington St.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Football Supplies a
Specialty.
Every requisite for the
game. Jackets, Pants, Jer-
Sses, Sweaters, Shoes, Caps,
Belts, Stockings, orrttto1
NosesMas, Ru er Moth-
Piece, Shin Coards, Head
Harnss. Spadingo Offcia'
Intercollegiate Football
must be sed in all Match
ame Price, $5 00.
Spalding'sOfficialFootball
Cod-New Rles-Pictures
= oc all the Leading Players.
Price, 10 cts, Handsomely
Illustrated Football Catalogue sent Free.
New York, Chicago, Phiadesphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINSS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, 1,100,000.
Organised under tsCeneral Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposit, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety s psit boxes to rent.
OFFICERs: Christian Mack Pres.; W. D.
Barriman Vice-Preso OChms -E.Hsok,
Cashier: fii. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
UP!
We are upsairs, and we are up In all the
w and Siandard Dances,
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL Of DANCING
44 AND 46 S. STATE ST.
THE-
PLACE TO
BUY YOUIR
KOAL
IS AT-
M1 SIAE S
Office 11 W. Washington St.
'Phone No. 8.

Noble's Star Clothing House, .n.
Neckwearw.
Some of the newest things in Four-in-Hands,
Puffs, Strings and Bows. Some of "Oure-
bauch's" Best.
SEE oUIR WINDOW.
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 14c per gallon.
DEAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prof. Griffin lectures to the law
classes today.
Regents Marhour and Cocker looked
over the library this afternoon.
Examinations at the gymnasium will
be given only the rest of this month.
All students are invited to the Adel-
phi preliminary debate Saturday, 8
,. in.
Freshmen class will hold a meeting
in Homeopathic building Thursday at
4:15 p. in.
The time for contributions to the Or-
acle ended Saturday. Much material
has been received.
A meeting of '99 has been called for
tomorrow afternoon at 4:15 in the
homeopathic amphitheatre.
All those desiring booths for the
Twentieth Annual Ball are requested
to send in their names before Dec. 8
to Lester E. Maher, Beta Theta Phi
house.
Missouri UT. beat Iowa U. Monday
34-0. Missouri will now play Kansas
University for the championship of the
Western Intercollegiate Football Asso-
ciation.
There will be a meeting of all col-
lege women at Tappan Hall lecture
room Saturday at 2:30 p. n. It will
be for the purpose of discussing plans
for the gymnasium.
The '98 laws have not yet succeeded
in electing officers, although two meet-
ings have been held for that purpose.
Nothing can be done until some coin-
hination is formed.
As the weather was unfavorable for
field work yesterday afternoon, Prof.
Davis occupied past of the time with
a talk to the '97 civil engineers on the
selection of transit instruments.
The deciding game in the inter-class
championship series, between the '96
laws and '98 lits, has been indefinitely
postponed. It was to have been played
this afternoon at the athletic field.
Rev. J. F. Nugent, of DesMoines,
Iowa, will deliver the first lecture inE

the St. Thomas' Lecture Course this
evening in St. Thomas' church at 8
o'clock. The other numbers on the
course are Morrissey of Notre Dame,
Sherman of St. Louis University, Wat-
telson of Columbus, and Archbishop
Ireland. Season tickets to students $1.
CALENDAR.
Wed., Nov. 20.-Interclass football
championship game at Athletic field,
4 p. n.
Wed., Nov. 20, 4 p. in., hiomeopathic
amphitheatre.-Meeting of 'too.
Thurs., Nov. 21.--Regent's meeting.
Fri., Nov. 22.-First Freshman social
at (granger's Academy. Tickets $1.
Fri., Nov. 22, 8 p. in., Presbyterian
church-Prof. Kelsey on "A Summer
in Pompeii."
Fri., Nov. 22, 8 p. il., oom 10, e-
gineering building.-Engineering So-
ciety, address on dredging.
Nov. 23.-Minnesota game at Detroit.
Mon., Nov. 25-Hon. Edward P. Al-
len before Unity: Club. subject: "The
Greatest American."
Mon., Nov. 25, 8 p. in., Unitarian
church-Hon. E. P. Allen in. "The
Greatest American," Unity Club
course.
Tues., Nov. 26, 8 p. m., Harris Hall.
-Rev. J. M. Barkley on "One Year in
the Rebel Army," Y. M. C. A. course.
Toes., Dec. 3, e p. in., Unitarian
church-Mrs. Mary T. Wordsworth, of
Boston, on "Thackeray," Unity club
course.
Fri., Dec. 6.-Sophomore hop.
Mon., Dec. 9, 8 p. m., Unitarian
church-Rev. John Snyder, of St.
Louis, on "The Evolution of Ameri-
can Humor," Unity club course.
Mon., Dec. 16, 8 p. in., Unitarian
church-Prof. J. W. Langley, of Cleve-
land, "Is Electricity in its Infancy?"
Unity Club course.
Thurs., Nov. 21, 4:15 p. in., homeo-
pathic amphitheatre-Meeting of '99.
HUNTERS' RATES.
Agents of Ohio Central Lines are
selling Hunters' Tickets to all points
in the huting territory at hunters'
rates. See Ohio Central Agents. 162
TO DANCE WELL.
Now is the time to join the classes in
dancing at Granger's Academy. Office,
-residence and academy 6 Maynard st.
Lost-A Paul E. Wirt fountain pen.
Please return to 28% S. Fifth ave.

EAL'SMainst
GENTLEMEN ?
You have been wearing plain and sombre
colors for the last few years. Tis fall we
have a complte change. Same will prefer
the plain, while the more enthusastic dress-
ers will adopt the new colors. The goods
shown are greyand brown tweedswith a dash
of bright color in plaids and stripes. You
will find a beautiful display of these fabics
also a fine line of Overcoatin s in OKerseys,
Meltons, Castor, Fur and Patent Beavers,
Eskimos, Shetlands, Astrakhans and Chin-
chilas at
S. W. BURCHFIELD'S.
Merchant Tailoring Store, No. 6 E. Buron St
Gentlemen wishing to be informed on the
proper and correct thing in dress are invited
to call and sneue.
I mate a specialty of Deem Garments and
Street Costumes for Ladles.
DO YOU DANCE?
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger Invite those
considering the subject o dancing to call at
the Academy, 6 Maynard at., opposite School
of Music building. No stairs to mount
Office and D secing room on groundfloor.
0. H., 3EYES,
OPERA &. HOSE
JEWELA..
U. of M. PINS.
HAIR BRUSHES
Ifyu want a rea stiff one you
needn't look any tarther. Better
take a look atoursiltary Brushes.
We can suit your taste and your
pocketbook.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
46. State t.
We teephan order Holmes' Livery
L for hacks and baggage. The only
three seated rig in town, and the
horses are all high steppers.
SPECIAL.
O. M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
aMali Caskets and -Common
Cofins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 12E.
Washington st.
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
* rooms. All appointments first class.
Imparted and domestic cigars. Ladles' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. H.
Trojanowski, 30S. State at.
WHEN YOU WANT your clothesleaned.
V~rsereusned or rebound gala Sr.
Fingerie, over Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order.

FRATERNITY BADGES, IAR[ST WRIGHT KAY 8 On
FRATERNITY JEWELRY, ASSORTMENT U
FRATERNITY STATIONERY AT Detroit, Mich.

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