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December 09, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-12-09

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THKE U. O F 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,
$500. Victor Foot-Ball Guide,
containing the new rules, and
chapters on the game y elad
and others, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
foot ball clothing.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO
Makers of Virtor Biyls.
Boston. New York. Detroit. Dener
rACraL coes:
San Franeisc. Los Agles. Prtlan d
Fr Sale by M. Staebler, 11 W.
Washington St.
A. 8. SPALDING & BROS
6 Football Supplies a
Specialty.
Evey requite for kiss
game. Jacket, Pants, Jer-
seys, Sweaters, Shoes, aps,
< Belts, Stocings, Mrrill's
Nose Mask, Rubber Moul-
I Piece, Shin Gards, Head
Harness. SpaldigsOffcia'
Intecollegate Football
J must e used in all Match
._ Games. Price, $5 00.
Saldin's Official Football
Guide-New Rules-Pictres
of all the Leading Players.
t " Price, 10 ts. iadsomely
Ilustrated Football Catalogue set Free.
New York, Ciag, hasiephia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organied 180.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and rofits, $490,000
Transacts a geeral banking busness.
Foreign echanges bought and sld. Furnish
lttes of credit.
. BACH Fes. S. W. CLARKSON. Cahier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Sobk, f50,0. Surplus, $150,00.
Resources, $1,00,00.
Organised under the General Bning Lawn
of tis, State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells echange on the pricipal cities og the
ntted States. Draft cashed upon proper
identification. Sety deposit bose to rent.
Orrtis: Cristian back Fes.; W. D.
Barriman Vice-Fes.; Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier; 5. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
UP!
We are up sarad we are p in all tie
New and Sandard Dances.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STATE ST.
ON
ITHE
BUM.
Possibly your gym. suit
is in that codition. If
so exchange it for a new
one at
M1 STA[BLERS Cyce Emporium
11 W. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR.

Noble's Star Clothing House, .Man
Corduroy Vest {THEIY AR
A perfect dresser's wardrobe is incomplete with-
out it. $3.00 to $4.50.
CORDUROY PANTS
We have them, ini all sizes, with the proper turn
up at $3.00.
Do YOU SMOKE?
4 Pittsburg Stogies for - S c
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.
DEBAN & CO M PANY.
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prof. Gelftis lectnres 10 the lawr
coses toothy.
Forederick W. Looisoio,- A. B. '89, wise
is now practiinla1:w iii Chicago, is a
guest of the Phi Kaptpa Psi fraernity.
Mr. Desan, gs'ie'sal chirman-iis~ of tloe
annual hail commilittee', reports thati

CALENDARt.
Mon., Dec. 9, 8 p. Mn., Unitarian
church-Rev. John Snyder, of St.
Louis, en "The Rvolution of Aineri-
can Humor," Unlity club course.
Wed., Dee. 11, Granger's Academy-
Sophomore hop.
Dec. 11., University H~all-Ex-Steere-
tony John WV. Foster ini S. L. A. course.

ove 10 nonss soie iee houdot Ball-Rx-Sec. John W. Fboster, S. L.
as applicantsfile tickets alreaidy. A. couroe.
Rtev. .ioliii Snyder, of St. Louis, Mo., 'fhurs., Dec. 12, 7:30 p. nm., Harris
will seak 011 '"The Evolutioii of tHall.-First tHobart Guild reception.
Amlericantitsisor," in thie Unity Cluob 'Tiuss., Dec. 12. 5 p. iii., Disciples'
church--Inland League course, coileert
couirse lit the Uiitarianz church too- under direction of P~rof. Francis York.
night. I-ri., Dec. V18 trro.sbws oigo.Caldeioy,
Tise lsw depisooiioet xiii 'lose the PhCi oil-'Vrao-slv 0 xl. ItUii,"o ;iid
Thoursoday befoireliie' tsginioi Cicel 1 Mansdolin (Clubstfist eppeal-ee.
vacation felor t ol lo 1<s if the elsa. es Sat., Dee. 14, 8 to. in., U'niversity Haill
iii ronisent 1o 1ak'' ollir 11st'ly's Moin., Dec. 11, S p. 11., Unitarisa
%,oik 11ex1 Soolr 1y. cliurec-Prof. J. WI. 1Langley, of Cleve-
LOST. laind, "Is Electricity tn its Infaiicy?"
A mnoorani fan, probably at Gr'aio- Unity Club course.
ger's, ibosit Nox'. 14. thoder wviii re-'-uces. De.. t 1) i. .i., Itior loctcr,'
tursito IDaily oice 0111(1receive,to,- ocoo--'Fisial lrm.o'-soctie'ty'deoboate.
waord. Thus's.,l e.1), 58 p, o., Fieze(all.
-_______- -Fiacnlty concert.
THE "GERMAN." Fri., Dec. 20, evening-Christmoao re-
Mr. allot Mrs. Russ Grasoger hsavo' cess begins.
sexveralt snovetes115nOgores so the Toes., Jan. 7--Unliversity opeins after
"Germnl" they xxilistroduce to their Christmas recess.
classes before the hooliodays. If youl Fri., Feb. 14, Wateriman Gymonas-
are conisitderinogthe suebjoct of doincinog iuon-Txwenstethl Annllos Bail of lii:_
and wish.secther private or class les Palladium fraternities.
sons call at the otfice after 2 p. no.
and pr~ocureOcasrd of aotmission. Nwv THE OHOl E 00(0 ' lAT, MILEAGE
is the time to jois th(lieclssoes. 54 fti. l! ".
If you trsivel cose thosandsomiles
IHOLIDAY RATES ON 0(1(0 CENN- olosing the year you owill salvo' mone'y
TEAL LINES. boy pulrclasiilg otthsous ooooi ole tic-ket..
Tickets% on sale Dec. 2-4, 25 and 31. The blest in the mailrkol re those is-
Also on Josanary 1. ~ismit for return sotetd by agelits of tOio Coeioraolineos.
Jell. 2, 1S96. (tate 0O1e Fare and lb 'hey are good over all the importaint
Third for rounsoltrip betwveen all sta- systemse including toe entire B3. &;1).
liobs. See Ohio Cenitral Agents for systeno west of tPittsbuorg, the Big
fsoll particullars. Foour,'.etc. Set' agens of OhoiosC'entrasl
LADIES' MXACItNTOSHES. Lises before puchassing. P'sice .$20;
Ladies' long Mtilitary Cape Mackin. goood one year.
tosh, isi blue-black only, $2.05. Ladies' 16,o0o MItLES.
Double Textuore Mackinitoshies, wortho Always a leader, the Ohio Central
$0, at $4.50). Ladies' All Wool 'tack- Lines mileage ticket, with latest addi-
intosho's at $5. Big bargains in Ladies' tions is the best. Covering, the Big
and Gent's Silk Umbrellas. Four, B. & 0., C., H. & D., Ohio Con-
M\ACK & COMPANY. tral and inumnerable other systenos, it
Lost 011 Satusrda, Noox. 30, a black is ttse favorite Travelers' Conmpanion.
iocketboolk ceoininig shout $12. Musicol.-F. Steilobaslr, Xi Psi P101,
Finoder slooso're'tun to Katheorinie'98 D, teacher of Boonjeson, M~andoslin
Rteod, 411N. Sloste st. ltexxartl. cld (Guitaor. Ani Artoor Organ to.
Aosuteol--A steward at* 1t N. Post- Rtes. 7 Volandolst. 40-nminute lessone
vel-tty ave. 61 0Sts t., 60-eoinute lemsons 75 et.

Ni chol's.
DEAL'S .
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
H~AVACOMPEE ST sOC O
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.
Note hooks and other Students' supplies.
Fountain Pess, Fle Stationery Ssting
Goods, etc., which theyofsfe at the lowest
prices.
Call and sue us before Purchasing.
DO YOU DANCE?
Br. and Mrs. Ross Gosnger invite tiose
cosnsidering the subject o1 dancing to cll at
the Academy. t Maynard S., oppsite School
of Music building. No stals to mount;
0ff1ce and Dancing roomo on gond foor.
C. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS:-II. of M., A. A. H. S.
The finest in the city. Come and see
$SHAVE YOURSELF?~ $
Let us supply you with a razor,
srap, meg, borossl or soap. A
good ssortaet at all price.
(] PALMER'S PHARMACY.
460S. Sate St.0
$ Laaeos your orders here forBack
osd ungrose. We Pone to Eeol es'
Livery. You can depend on them.
SPECIAL.
. . ARTIN Funeral iretor, Cloth
0.and Geali askets and Common
Coffins. Emaleing a Specialty. No. 12 .
washington St.
U. OF AT. SHIAVING PARLOR sd oat-
rooms. All appotmens firt class.
Imported and domestic cears. Ladies' artis-
tic tooir dresslog and ating parlos. J. R.
Teojanowol, 0. State St.
I[A SlEN YOU WANg your clothes ceend,
Y{ prean d, ellned or rebouned go to Mrs.
Flnerire, over Slehan's book store. La-
oratory uprns mads to order _
NEW STYLES IN COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Especally stroksng in these unconventions-
aity ass the new hsgh-and collars, which
sie ness all the rage. The "Klta" froeGhiat
Is sle same of thoe fashonaesbl hi-basd
collar, is from Earl A Wlson. The cuff be
coorespond with cihc 'Keleta," is caled the
"Cho soego" and is alse aso Earl &0 Wilsn
stylo. Tle haormonoywith sle higs-bod ef-
fot s initheelong. deep, graceful flsp. wits
its slasting edge. Theloii-ad colar is
sot yet wrnswitho covesioal evnisg
dress. For that puposee thos ienmeaes a
closed-Isost colar atboo ttsootinches hih,
knoewns thssle "wteoesco" Fr eveninsgsear
the proper cuf is the EarlA&xilsos, patested
cult 'Odenoa."

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TUBULAR CHINA 'CLOCKS
Suitable for CHAPTER
HOUvSES.

. RIGHT, KAY & CO.,
OETROIT, ABE SOLE AGENTS.

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