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December 06, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-12-06

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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 Leland
and others, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
foot ball clothing.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Makers of Victor Bicycles.
Boston. New York. Detroit. Denver
PACIFIC COAST:
San Francisco. Los Angeles. Portland
For Sale by I. Staebler, 11 W.
Washington St
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Football Supplies a
Specialty.
Every reuisite for the
S T game. Jackets, Pants, Jer- esSwarsShsCp,
- seys, Swenters, 5hoes. Caps
rE Belts, Socking, Mrrill's
Nose Mask, Ruibber Mouth-
Piece, Shin Guards, Head
n Harness. Spalding's Oficia'
Intercollegiate Football
must be used in all Match
Games. Price, $5 00.
Spalding's Oicil Footbaii
Guide-New Ries-Pictres
t. of all the Leading Players.
1'.ta d Price, 10 cts.Handsomely
Illustrated Footbali Cataloge sent Free.
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, W45,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought andsold. Furnish
letter of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, 550,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, $1,100,000.
Qganized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts esed aon proper
Identication. Safety deposit bones torrent.
Ocrocis: Christian Mac Pe.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres. Chas E. Hisc.ck,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
-UP!
We are up stairs, and we are up in al the
New and Standard Dances.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STATE ST.
ON
BUM.
Possibly your gym. suit
is in that condition. If
so exchange it for a new
one at
M. SIA[BL[R'S Cyce Emporium
11 W. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR.

Noble's Star Clothing House, a. n
rdCo et THEY ARE
Cordtoy Ves THE RAGE
A perfect dresser's wardrobe is incomplete with-
out it. $3.00 to $4.50.
CORDUROY PANTS
We have them, in all sizes, with the proper turn
up at $3.00.
]DO You SMOKE?
4 Pittsburg Stogies for - - - - 5c
7 Full Value Cigars for - - --- 25c
6 Prodigy Cigars for - - - - 25c
4 Owl Boquet Cigars for - 25c
3 Royal Banner Cigars for - - - - 25c
Lowest Market Price by the Box.
DEAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prof. Angell will not be able ti ler-
ture to the law classes today but he
will be here and lecture to the classes
on Saturday.
Prof. Mechem, of the law faculty,
will speak at the Unilarlan church
next Sunday at 12 ii., on the subje-t
"Moral Forces in the Community."
The postponed election of the first
year law class will not be held Sat-
urday morning as expected, as the
lecture room will be occupied. It will
probably be held, however, in the
afternooni at 3 p. in.
LOST.
A monogram fan, irobably at Gran-
ger's, about Nov. 14. Finder will re-
turn to Daily office and receive re-
ward.
Lost on Saturday, Nov. 30, a black
pocketbook containing about $12.
'Finder please return to Katherint-
Heed, 4 N. State st. Reward.
Single room and board to be had at
No. 17 S. State st. Only three doors
from campus. Heat and lighi fur
nished.
NOTICE.
Those competing for the $23 cash
prize offered by the Castalian for a
short story of the nature of Yale
yarns or Princeton stories must have
their productions in by January 15.
The maximum number of words is
2.500. For further information ad-
dress, THE CASTALIAN.
The last session for adjustment of
advanced credit in German will be
held in Room B, Saturday, Dec. 7,
from 11 to 12 a. m. All students who
wish to obtain such credit and have
not yet applied should present them-
selves at this time.
GEORGE HENCH.
Student members of the Political
Science Association can get the psub-
lications as they come out by calling
at room 11, Tappan Hall, at 11 a. us.
on any day except Saturday. Five
numbers are now out and a sixth, de-
voted to city government, is printing.
Membership, which includes the pub-
lications, is open to all students -t $1
a year.
CHARLES H. COOLEY,
Treasurer.

CALENDAR.
Fri., Dec. 6, Granger's Academy--
'93 social.
Fr., Dec. 6, 5 p. in., McMillan Rall-
Y. M. C. A. Bibie institute, conducted
by Prof. W. W. White, of Chicago.
Fri., Dec. 6, 8 p. in., Room 10, en-
gineering, building-"Matter and En-
ergy," by Dr. Guthe, before the En-
gineering Society.
Sat., Dec. 7, 10 a. in., McMillan Hall
--Bible institute, Old Testament proph-
ecy. 3 p. m.-Old Testament poetry
8 p. m.-Questions answered,
Sun., Dec. 8, 7:30 p. in., 1t. E. church
-Y. At. C. A. Bible institute, last ses-
sion.
Sun., Dec. 8, 9:15 a. m. McMillan
Hall-Y. M. C. A. Bible institute,
siudy of Paul's letter to the Roman's.
3 p. ii.-Prison literature of the New
Testament.
Mon., Dec. 9, 8 p. in., Unitarian
church-Rev. John Snyder, of St.
Louis, on "The Evolution of Ameri-
can Hunsor," Unity club course.
Wed., Dec. 11, Granger's Academy-
Sophomore hop.
Dec. 11., University Hall--Ex-Secre-
tary John W. Foster in S. L. A. course.
Wed., Dec. 11, 8 p. in., University
Hall-Ex-Sec. John W. Foster, S. L.
A. course.
Tiurs., Dec. 12, 8 p. m., Disciples.
Thurs., Dec. 12, 7:30 p. in., Harris
Hall.-First Hobart Guild reception.
Thurs., Dec. 12. 8 p. in., Disciples'
church-Inland League course, concert
under direction of Prof. Francis York.
Sat., Dec. 14, 8 p. in., University Hall
--Redpasth Concert Co., S. L. A. course.
Mon., Dec. 16, 8 p. m., Unitarian
churchs-Prof. J. W. Langley, of Cleve-
land, "Is Electricity in its Infancy?"
Unity Club course.
Thurs., Dec. 19, 8 p. in., Frieze Hall.
-Iaculty concert.
Fri., Dec. 20, evening-Christnas re-
cess begins.
Tues., Jan. 7--University opens after
Christmas recess.
Fri., Feb. 14, Waterman Gymnas-
ium-Twentieth Anilual Ball of the
Palladium ftaternities.
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.

Nichol's.
EAL' ain st
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST, AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
HAVE A COMPLETEO OCK OF
UNIVERSITY'- TEXT- BODIKS!
New and Second-Haid.
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 Pttchasing.
DO YOU DANCE?
Mr. and Mrs. Rons Granger invite those
considering the subject of dancing to call at
the Academy. 6Maynard st., oppoulte School
of Music building. Es stalrs tIn mount:
Office and D ncing room on ground floor.
C. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS:-U. of X., A. A. H. S.
The finest in the city. Come and see,
SSHAVE YOURSELF?
Let us supply you with a razor,
strap, mug, brush or soap. A
good assortent at nl prices.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
46 S. State st.
Leave your orders here for Hack
and Baggage. We 'phone to Holmes'
Livery. You can depend on them.
SPECIAL.
O. ^MAETIN, Funeral Drector. Cloth
adMetallic Cskets and Commn
Cohllns. Embalming a Specialty. No. 12 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.
Trojanowski, 0S. State St.
WHEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaend,
gprerded, relined srrebound gto Mrs.
Fingert e, over heehan's book stre. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
NEW STYLES IN COLLARS AND CUFFS,
Especialystriking in their uncosenlion-
aity are the new high-handcsllars, which
are now all the rage. The "Keleta" for that
is the name of the fashinabe high-band
collar, is from Earl & Wilson The cuff to
csrrespond with the "eleta, is cated the
"Chroausgo." and is as an Eanl & Wilson
style. The harmony with the high-band ef-
fect is in the long, deep, graceful lap, with
its slanting edge. The high-band'coliar is
not yet worn with conventional evening
dress. For that purpose this firm makes a
closed-front collar about two inches high,
known an the 'Swatur- ' For evening wear
the psper cuff in the Erl & Wilson, patented
cuff O0doa.'

WRIGHT, KAY &nCO.,
Detroit, Mich.

Are Sole State Agents for
Patel, Philippe & Co.'s Cele-
brated WatChes.

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