100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 25, 1895 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1895-11-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

12

THE U. OF M. DAILY.

I

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 Deland
and others, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
foot ball clothing.
IIVERMAN WHEEL CON
Makers of Victor Bliycles.
4Boston. New York. Detroit. Denver
r'AcsrcCOAST:
San Francisco. Los Angeles. Portland
For Sale by X. Staebler, 11 W.
Washington St.
. 0, SPALDING & ROS.
Football Supplies a
Specialty.
Every requisite for the
game. Ja~kes. Pats. Jer-
e-:: scy, Sweaters, Shes, Caps,
-- Belts, Stckins ' Mrrill's
Nose Mast tutier Muth-
Piece, Shin Osards,.tcead
[farness. SpaldigstOici'
Intercollegiate Football
must be used in all Match
Games. Price,$5 00.
Spalding'sOfficiatlFootball
dGue-New Iuales-Pictures
of all the Leading Players.
Price, 10 ta. Handsomely
illustrated Foothall Catalogue seat Free.
New York, Chicago, Philadelpha.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organied 183.
Capital, $100,00. Surplus and Prots, 540,000
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. Surptus, $150,000.
Resources,$,100,0w.
Organized undertheGeneral Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, bays and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety d esit boxes to rent.
OFFiCEsns: Christian Back 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.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 46 S. STATE ST.
Impartial
TESTS have demonstrated that
Victor sporting and athletic goods
are superior toall others Seerthe.
VICTOR Foot Balls, Foot Bali
Suits, etc. Better quality for less
money than any other.
-SOLDAT-
jM STAELER'S Ccle Emorium
11 W. Wasington St.
ANN ARBOR.

Noble's Star Clothing House, S. 35
A Touchdown
Is what we matte when we bought our $15.00 Suits and
Overcoats. No better value ever offered than they are.
Convince yourself. Be warm and happy at a small cost.
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.

There are no quizzes announced for
the law classes this week.
The Alpha Phi house received its
friends Saturday afternoon fron 4
to 6.
The Pacific Coast club court met in
Room 12 in the law building, Saturday
morning and elected their olicers for
this year.
I1. F. Stetbaur, '11 ,1). w1o for the
last five years has been teaching he
Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar Club in
Saginaw, is devoting his spare time in
the same direction in this city.
The Hon. Edward P. Allen, of Yp-
silanti, will speak tonight in Unity
Club on "The Greatest American."
Mr. Allen is well known here and at
his home in Ypsilanti and was form-
erly a member of Congress frot his
district.
Most of the class in course four in
Astronomy will have their observa-
tion's completed before 'hanksgiving.
The work has been less difficult than
before as the University has purchased
a new sextant and artifical horizon
for the observatory tis year.
RETIRING FOIIM CIICAG(O
Wabash trains leave Park and Dear-
born street station at 8:32 a. it., ,
p. ni. and 10:30 p. n. ntMonday,
December 2, if any considerable num-
ber return on the train leaving Chi-
cago at 3 p. in. the Ani Arbor Rail-
road w-ill provide coaches at Milan to
bring them to Ann Arbor.
LADIES' MACKINTOSHES.
Ladies' long Military Cape Mackin-
tosh, in blue-black only, $2.65. Ladies'
Double Texture Mackintoshes, worth
$6, at $4.50. Ladies' All Wool Mack-
intoshes at $5. Big bargains in Ladies'
mad Gent's Silk Umbrellas.
MACK & COMPANY.
A DINING CAR.
Arrangements are being made to at-
tach a Wabash dining car to the Chi-
cago special leaving Ann Arbor at 9
a. m. Wednesday.
Lost--A pair of spectacles Thursday
forenoon on State si., between Jeffer-
son and .the High School. Finder
please return to Ada Safford, 372 S.
Division st.

CALENDAR.
Mon., Nov. 25-Hon. Edward P. Al-
len before Unity Club. subject: "The
tireatest American."
Mon., Nov. 25, 8 p. M., Unitarian
church-Hon. E. P. Allen in "The
Greatest American," Unity Club
course.
Tues., Nov. 26, 8 p. mi., Harris Hall.
--Rev. J. Si. Barkley on "One Year in
the Rebel Army," Y. St. C. A. course.
Tues., Dec. 3, S p. mn., Unitarian
church--Mrs. Mary T. Wordsworth, of
Boston, on "Thackeray," Unity club
course.
Fri., Dec. 6.-Sophomore hop.
Fri., Dec. 0, Granger's Academy--
)6 social.
Mon., Dec. 9, 8 p. im., Unitarian
church-Rev. John Snyder, of St.
Louis, on "The Evolution of Ameri-
can Humor," Unity chub course.
Thurs., Dec. 12. 7:30 p: ui., Harris
Hall.-First Hobart Guild reception.
Mon., Dec. 16, S p. in., Unitarian
church-Prof. J. W. Langley, of Cleve-
land, "Is Electricity in its Infancy?"
Unity Club course.
HOME-SEEKERS 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.
THANKSGIVING VACATION.
For the above recess the Ann Arbor
Railroad will sell tickets to students
and teachers presenting proper certifi-
cates, at one and one-third fare for the
round trip, good going Nov. 27 and 28
with limit until Dec. 2. Tickets will
be sold to all points in- Michigan and
to all points on the lines of our Toledo
connections, within the Central Traffic
Association.
R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent.
The University School of Dancing
will give a dancing party to its. pupils
and friends on Thanksgiving evening
from 8 to 11 o'clock.
Repairing and upholstering done at
low prices and by experienced work-
men at Haller's Furniture Store.
For Rent-Front suite, heat and
bath. Board if desired. 37 Forest.-
Cabinet and upholstery work done
to order at Haller's Furniture Store.

NEEDLE
DEAL'S M ±t;
GENTLEMEN T
You have been wearing plain and sombre
colors for the last few years. This fall we
have a complete change. Some will prefer
the plain, whie the more enthuslatic dress-
ers will adopt the new colors. The goods
shown are grey and brown tweedswith a dash
of bright color in plaids and stripes. You
will find a beautiful display of these fab ics
also a fine line of Overcoatin :s in Kerseys,
Metons, Castor, Fur and Patent Beavers,
Eskimos, Shetlands, Astrakhans and Chin-
chillas at
S. W. BURCHFIBLD'S.
Merchant Tailoring Store, No.0 E. Huron St
Gentlemen wishing to be informed on the
proper and correct thing in dress are invited
to col and see e.
I mae a specilty of Dress Garments and
Street Costumes for Ladies.
DO YOU DANCE ?
Mr. and Mrs. Boss Granger invite those
considering the subject o dancing to call at
the Academy. 5 Maynard st., opposite School
of Music building. No stairs to mount;
Office and Dnctoing room on ground floor.
0.. tsHZYiiin.S
OPERA H0US'a
JEWELER.
U. of M. PINS.
HAIR BRUSHES
If you want a real stifr one you
needn't look any farther. Better
takea looatsour MilitaryBrushes.
We can suit your taste and your
pocketbook.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
46S. State st.
We telephone orders Holmes' Lvery
for acs and bagag. Thenly
tree seatelrig n ownandth
horses are all high steppers.
SPECIAL.
0. M.IARTIN, Fneral Director, Cloth
and e ctaliCaskets and Common
Colns. Embalming a Specialty. No. 12 E.
Washington st.
U. OF 11.SHIAVING PARLOIR and Bath-
rooms. Aulppolntmens fit class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R,
Troanowski, S. State St.
WIZHEN YOU WANT your clothes cleend,
V1pressed, relined or rebound go to Mrs
Fingerie, over Shehan's book store. Lab
oratory aprons made to order
NEW STYLES IN COLLARS AND CUFFS,
Especially striking in their unconvention-
ality are the new high-band 'ollars, which
are now all the rage. The "Keleta," for that
in the name of the fashionable high-band
collar, in from Earl & Wilsn. The caf to
correspond with the "Keleta,"is called the
"Cnaego," and is also an Earl &0 'Wilon
style. The harmony with the high-band ef-
feet is in the long, deep, graceful fap, with
its slanting edge. The hgh-band clar is
not yet worn wilth conventional evening
dress. Poe that purpose this fSem makes a
closed-tront collara sout two inches high,
known as the "Swatara." For evening wear
the prper cuff isthe Earl& Wilson, patented
caf "Odena.'

fV

Wanted-Anotluer steward. Apply Lost-A Paul E. Wirt fountain pen.
to Mrs. H. C. Eames, 7 N. State st. Please return to 28/ S. 1ifth ave.

I

The only direct Importers of
WRIGHT, KAY &CO.l
Diamonds and other preciousste,
stones in the state are ) Detroit, Mich.

I

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan