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December 04, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-12-04

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE VICTOR
INTERCOLLEGIATE
FOOTBALL
Is unquestionably the finest bal
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 oni the game by Deland
and others, 25 cents.
Also an complete line of finest.
foot ball clothing.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.df
Maikers of Vietor Iticycies.
Roston. New York. Detroit. Denver
rACIrlct COAST:
San Francisco. Los Augeles. Portland
For Rate by X. Staebler, 11 W.
Washington St.
A. G, SPALDING & BROS.
S Football Supplies a
Specialty.
Every requisite for the
i\ game. Jackets, Pants, Jer-
Belts, Sockings Merrnit's
NoenManic, Rsbber Ranth-
meet heuseed in all Match
Games. Prime, $5 00.
Spalding's Officil iFootball
Guidr-New Rles-Pictures
of al li the Leading Players.
f .noC Price, 10 ots. liandsomely
illustrated Football Catalogue sent Free.
New York, Ciclago,:Philadlphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANS.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organised 18111.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, W,15
Transacts a general banking bustness.
Foreign exchanges bhngktsold. Furnish
letters oc credit.
F. BACH Prenn. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stork, &5%,(0W. Surplus, $155,000.
tteources, $1,100,0te.
Organized under the General Ranking ":sws
of thin State. Rteceives deposits, buys and
sells exchange en the principal cities of the
United States. lrafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit hoses to rent.
OFFICERSn: Christian Mack Pres.; W. Is.
Harriman, Vice-Pren.: Chas E. Hieck,.
Cashier: Mi..1. Frito Assistant Cashier.
We urne stcaire, and we are up in altlh
4Wv and Sandard Dances.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STATE ST.

Noble's Star Clothinig Hou~se-
SWEATERSin
A new lot-Turtle Neck, large Sailor Collar-Blue, Black
and Red-$3.00.
UN1DERWEA R.
,Special lot-Silver Gray-$l.00 per Garment.
NO$LE'S STAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
DO YOU SIYOKES?
4 Pittsbuxrg Stogtes for - - -5e
7 Full Value Cigars for-- -- -- -- ---25c
6 Prodigy Cigars for - - - - 25
4 Owl Boquet Cigars for-------- -- --
3 Royal Banner Cigars for - - - - 25c
Lowest Market Price by the Box.
1DEBAN & COMPANY.
44 Sotuth Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALEN DAR.
Thiurs., tDec. 5, S p. mo., Disciples'
1P10f. (rilhno lectures, 1toihe' lawv church--Ialand League course, ccrn
tlsatodany. tinder direction of Prof. Francis York .
II. ..'Mcreiery lois loin appiointed Fri., Dec. 6i, Granger's Academy--
mntenndint at thie art gallery. '96 nocial.
'Moe wll e metin o th bord Fri.,1Dec. I6, Sis. Ini.,'Mc-Mililan1Hal11
Thee wlllie a ue'fig o lii'boadY. K. C. A. Bible instlituie, conidurted
of dirrritors of the Athleticr Asss-ill- by Prof. W. W. While, of Chicago.
Lion iseeelilrg. Fri., Dec. I6, S p. i., Itooni 14, on-
Dr. txrnihe 'Will sileak lse'ore tile 14:11c;lierringlbuilding-"Matter annd, i-hi-
gin inn society Friday evening on ilogy," bey Dr. Guthe, before thie En-
"Mater Itl bilery.'ginverinig Sorirty.
"Mattr an Enegy."Sal., Dee.7, l10 a. ii.., Melkillan Hl
Coodlo Mr('~ctaley leftlyesterdlay foi --ile institute, Old 'Testaminenttproph-o
lhiladeliisia, -where lie will1Pinker theiecry. 3p. in.-Old Testamnent _iooery
nio el.depoilnniet of floeIT. of P1. S p. i1i.-Qnuestions nsnweredl
All thbose desirling tsootlis at line Sun., Dec. 5, 7:30 p. iii., 'It. E. chunrchn
twentiefi ainual'ball -will kindly hand -V. ;-k. C. A. Bible institute, laot see-
lionl.
in fteir inies'before Dec- S. lo fLester Son., Dee. 5. 9:1:: a. in. McMillan
E. Stainerilelto Theta Pi houise. lkhll-Y. 1T. 1'. A. Bible klilinl~te.
WV. A. Ely, 'l9l, wsn injured while emiluy of Paul's letter' 10 lie ltoniil'S.
plintg nsitin his hoecerles'eu 'ilanics- .3 1 e. ii.-P'rison literature of the News
giving, at Tarrvtlowii, New York. Ile('Tentlneint.
Mon., Dec. 9, 8 p. n., Unitarian
wvill not hi' ible to -relnorta for ant leanst chiurch-ttev'. John' Snyder, of St.
a weekh. Louis, on "The Es-olion of Amen.-
'Tloe -erne coninilitee 'of the senior eannHluimor," 1'inily club course.
law claes has -seleree the class Wed., Dec. 11, Granger's Acakleny-
cane anint ican 't'e:seen tlits aftler- Sophlomnore hop.
noon afer :he ast ectre 'henor- Thurs., Dee. 12, 8 p. Iii., Disciples.
nonn ale fle lstleeni' ohinor 'ls., Dec. 12, 7:.10 p. lo., 11arris
trs for 'iit,'ill 'lee lakein. Hall-First Hobart Guild receptioin.,
Prof. 'Tfrnieblood's claiss in Shake- Sat., Dee. 14, 8 p. in:., Uiversity Stall
t-,Pearian rn'lding sviii giveItieir final --R(teIpa-lin Concert Co., S. L. A. course.
so gearedbtgs -of Coriolanus thsu Mon., Dee. 10, 81p. nn., Unitarian
echurci-Pirof. J. WV. L~angley, of Cleve-
Thunda' ad nx~l'fosda' a iia.land, "Is Electricity in its Infaincy?"
ni. In Ttooin '24. 'Those interested in PUnity Club. course.
the clsanne 'invited. Thunrs., Dec. B), S p. in., Frieze Stall
Trhe lass# of the soeliety debate pee- -Feiculfy coincert.
11iinare u-ill be held Tihursday even- Fri., Dec. 20, es'ening-Chiistcnas re-
inglIy.Ihe je-ffernonian society. 'flhere cess begins.
Tues., Jan. 7--Unisersity opeins after
an', a large ,ninbesr of entries and it Caiena ees
is expected to be a stronl- conleolt. Fri., Feb. 14, Walerinian Gymnnan-
Thae jifdgen u ill be Unisversity isro- l ung-Twsentieth Annual Ball of the
I II tPallandiumnifraternities.

Nchol's.
BEAUS .zL%.t.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
UNIVERSITY = TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand
Note ooks and other Stdensn Supplies
Fcuntain Pe'n, Finn Stationery, Sportig
Goods, etc., which they oifer at the lowest~
prices..
CaBl and see us before Purchasing.
DO YOU DANCE?
Mir. and Sr. Roes Granger invite those
considering the snubject of dancing to call at
the Academy, 6 Maynard St., oppoit School
of Music biilding. No eseaira to mount:
001ice and G xnelag rmm on grondfhor
C. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER.
PINIS:-'U. of M., A. A. H. S.
The finest in the city. Comne and see
~SHAVE YOURSEL?
$Let on supply yen with as reor,
# t1' Otrap, mug, brush or soap. A-
gndasotront at all prics.
0 PALMER'S PHARMACY.
41S. SatenuL.,
Leave your order ern for Ilack
anmd Bagaae. Vn 'phone to liolms'
Livery. You can dpend on themn.-
SPECIAL. -
o. M. MeARTMN Funeral Director, Cloth
and itetalic Cakets and Common
Clilo. Embalming'a Spciaty. No. 1 E.
Washington t.
T OF M. SHAVING PARLOR andlath-
Li. oos All sppoinkmnnsirset cias.
kmported and dometic clars. Ladies' artin-
tic hair dressing and bathing paror. JR.
Trojanownhi, 30. State st.
W~HEN YOUWANT your cothes ceend,
W H Eme ni or rebound go to Mrs.'
Fingeri , over Shehan's oat *tore. Lab.,
oratory aprons made to order
NEW STYLESAIN COLLARS ANDCutFS.
Especially striiug In tho nscnvene
ality rn the' seweigh-and colas, ihich
are now all the raze. The "KEneta.' fr hat
in the same of the fahosaie:Mhisiubad
collar, In from Earl & Wlntn. The cuff t
correnpond with the "Keinia1i' is clld te
"Cite nango," and is also an Earl & Wilson
style. The harmony with ie lei-andenO
fect in is the long deep gk attfl Tap, with
ts nlating edge 1Tkw ligh-and collarlin
not yet worn with conetoal eveing
dress. For that purpose this fea makes a
closed-frontcoline sout two nhes hig,
knows as the "Swatars' Fr eveng wear
the nopercuff is the Ear& Wilson, pawsn"e
cuff "Oden.'

s
s

ImpI
TESTS hase
Victor eporti
are superior,
VICTOR Fe,
~M STAEBLE
11 W.
ANN

artial
vedemonstrated. that
-tin and athletic goods
to all othoen'" See the
lot Bals, Foot RBl
letter quality for less
aany ether.
-SOLD AT-
. 's CI'cde EIponli
.Wanhtsgton SL.
H ARBOR.

"CHA'CElTFO A1'. OF AM. SOtEL+TY
A nz'w, modern dwelling house, fur-
cldhned or unufurnisheed for rent, 1031
I'aicsrd ot .
LOST.
A n noegrani fan, probably at Gran-
% , bout Nov. 14. Finder svill re-
lurnsfto Daily office and receive re-
ward.'
Lost on Saturday, Nov. 30, a black
pocketbook conainiug aboutf $12.
'TFinder p-lease return to Kathierine-
weedl,4 N. Stale st. Eesao'e.

HOME-SEEDERS EXCURStONS
To Virginia and the South, Nov. 19,
Dec. 3 and 17, 1895.
On lbs above dates agent of the
Ohio Central Lines will sell Excursion
tickets at one fare for time round trip;
limit for return 30 days.
Consult 0. C. Agents.
Single room and board to be had at.
No. 17 S. State st. 0nly three doors
from campus. Heat aud light fur
nished.
Subscribe for the Daily.

t j

WRIGHT, KAY & CO~ }
Detroit, Mich.

Are Sole State Agents,,,for
Patek, Philippe & Co.'s Cele-
brated Watches.

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