THE U. OF M. DAILY.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS
Football Supplies a
Every requisite for the
game. Jackets, Pants, Jer-
seys, Sweaters, Shoes, Caps,
Belts, Stockings, Morrill's
Nose Mask, Rubber Mouth-
Piece, Shi Gsards,E ead
S ' uratness. Spadag Oficia
mutultercolite P ootbaii
rust be used in all ath
Games. Price, $5 00.
of all the Leading Players.
Price, 10 cts, Handsomely
Illustrated FootballtCatalogue sent Free.
Sew York, Chicago,. Philadelphia.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING,
Twelve years of teaching in Ann Arbor
ith a rol of 5 pupils st season are a
stffciast goarantee as to our ability to teach
dancing as it should be. All classes are n-
der the personal instruction of Air. and Mrs.
Ross Granger. Members of the American
National Association of Masters of Dancing.
For information regarding classes and terms
call at the office, ground floor 6 Maynard St.
Circulars at Music Stores or Mailed.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S.MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF
UNIVERSITY-TEXT - BOOKS
New and Second-Hand.
Note books and other Students' Supplies
Fountain Pens, Fine Stationery, Sporting
Goods, etc., which they oger at the lowest
Call and see us before Purchasing.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, 50,000. Surplus, 150,00.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of thins State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
Ormsns: Christian Mack, Pres.; W. I.)
Harriman, Vice-Pres.: Chas. E. Hiscock,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz, Assistant Cashier.
06 . STATE
Call on them for
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gloss and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
28S. FOURTH AVE.
Readers of the Daily will con-
fr a favor on the ditors by men-
tioning this paper when dealing
Overman Wheel CO.'s Gym-
nasium Suits are ac-
All grades and sizes at the lowest
M . Stubgers C ,e Emporium
ii W. Washington St., Ann Arbor,
I QCothing 3House
35 S. MAIN ST.
B ard on the pocket book to py
~ _ Fm 5 for a fashionable Derby. Why
not bay our Imperial for
C( REG/S TER ED , Wehave just received the latest
N8 1I 7.227 shapes and colors
LA PS That have perfect combuStion and do not smoke or
The New Rochester, The Yale, The New Royal, The Perfection Stu-
dent, The Princess Student, The Empress Student, all nickel plated,
with latest improvement. We sell what we advertise and guarantee
quality of goods, and are never undersold.
DEAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. I LECTURES MONDAY.
Mass meeting at University Hal to- Dr. Parmalee Will Enter Upon His
sight. Work Then.
Hugh Keegan, '95 L, has returned
for a few days. Dr. A. H. Parmalee, the newly ap-
Cecil Page, '98, has entered the Uni- pointed professor of obstetrics and
versity of Chicago. gynaecology in the homeopathic de-
Miss Mabel Colton, '95, is teaching . .
at Menominee, Mich. artment, wdl deliver hisfirst lecture
C. H. Morse, '95, has returned to before the students of the department
take a post graduate course. next Monday.
Yale defeated Brown at New Haven Dr. Parmalee was a member of the
Wednesday by a score of 4 to 0. class of 1870 and lie also graduated
Castalian hoard meeting tomorrow from Hahnuemna medical college at
evening at the Daily olice at 8 o'clock.
Hairry Nichols, '98, has a position in Chicago, after which he went to Belle-
Chicago, and will not be back this vue hospital, in which institution he
year. spent three years. For several years
F. N. Freeborn, '97, has just been he has devoted himself entirely to
elected captain of the Cornell 'varsity
gynaecological work. He Will not re-
crew for '96. He rowed in the Henley
regatta. side in this 'city, as his course only
The last of the Women's League and detains him one day of each week.
S. C. A. receptions to college women New Officers of Athletics.
is to be held at Newberry Hall this
afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. The board of directors of the Ath-
C. H. Henderson, '95 L, after in- letic Association met last night and
specting the law schools of IIarvard, made a number of important elections.
Columbia and Yale, has chosen Mich-
igan for his post graduate work. Harry Weare, '96, was rmade perman-
Let everybody interested in the sue- ent secretary; E. C. Shieldo, baseball
cess of Michigan in football this year manager; J. D. Richards, '98, assistant
turn out to the mass meeting in Uni- football manager; L. A. Pratt, '96, and
versity Hall at 8 o'clock tonight. H. Helfman, '98, directors; J. H. Pren-
There is talk of organizing an In-
lander club whose object will be to tis, '96-,+. C. Shields, '6 L, J. C.
bring those interested in literature Condon, '96, and J. D. Richards, '98,
ist o be held at Newberry Hall this were elected as the four student mem
more closely in touch with one an- bers of the Board of Control.-
other. The particulars will be an-
nounced in a short time. At 4 N. Fifth ave., very nicely fur
CALENDAR. nished front suite rooms, furnace heal
Oct. 3 and 4, 6 p. m., Newberry Hall and bath. Also table board for a lim
ited nuniber. -
-Woman's League and S. C. A. re- ie ubr
ceptions to college women. Fine U. of Al. Stationery at Schal-
Oct. 4, 8 p. m., Newberry Hall-S. ler's Bookstore, 19 E. Washington st.
C. A. opening reception to all stu- 22
dents. For the biggest (360 pages) 25c note
Oct. 4, 8 p. in., in University Hail tiook go to Schaller's Bookstore, 19 E
-Mass meeting of students. Washington at. 21
Oct. 5, 230 p. m.-Varsity vs. Or- Lower suite at No. 3 Thompson
chard Lake. street. Furnace and bath.
Oct. 6-9, Newberry' Hal-Bible In- Single room and three suites, No. 2
stitute. Thompson street. Furnace and bath.
Oct. 0, 9:15 a. m., Newberry Hall-
PresdentAngel's nnua addess Good board at No. 29 E. University
President Angell's annual address.
Oct. 12.-'Varsity vs. Olivet. avenue.
Fri., Oct. 18, 4 p. in., Athletic Field- Newly furnished front suite to rent
Annual fall field day. at 4 N. Fifth avenue.
Gunther's Chicago Candies at A. E. Room for light housekeeping, 49 S
Mummery's Drug Store, corner Fourth University avenue.
ave. and Washington s. Whisk Brooms for 10c at Mum.
We have the celebrated Swan Linen nery's.
paper and envelopes to match. Fine toilet goods and brushes of al
GEORGE WAHR. kinds at Mummery's Drug Store.
Trade at Sehaller's Bookstore, 19 E. Room and board at No. 8 Forest
Washington st. 23 avenue.
Buy all you can afford, for
present ard future use, at our
LOW EST PRICES
We shall be here for a few
LAW PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO.
AT SCHLEEDE'S 50S. STATE ST.,A"
OPERA eOUSE W AMYSTORE
General stock of Watches Jewelry and
Novelties. Repairing of Watches. Jew-
elry, Gold Pens, Rings and Spectacles
a specialty. Cash paid for old gold and
C. H. KEYES.
Find they treat you
46 S. State St., Ann Arbor.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
rooms. All appointments first class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
- tic hairdressing and bathing parlors. J. a.
Trojanowski, 00S. State st.
W THEN YOU WANT yourclothes cleaned,
pressed, relined or rebound go to MIS.
Fingerle, over Sheehan's bak store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order.
JSCLEEDE makes a spee'ialty at
F. e PFoutainPenn, Students' Note Books,
and Binds Books from lic upwards at 60 S.
1JE .5' your account wit the -tate 5 v-
L' iings Bank.-
t Suite, suitable for two or three, at
46 E. William. Ladies preferred.