THO 1T. OF M. DAILY.
:Do you intend to get a
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Jos. W. Kollauf
The Practical Tailor.
My make of Dress Suits pleases the
Students. Prices very reasonable.
10 E. Washington St.
(Upstairs.) Ann Arbor, Mich.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Football Supplies a
Every requisite for the
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Bett, Stockings, Mrrill's
Nose Mas, Rubber Mouth-
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narnss. Spadiung's Official
must be used in all Match
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," spaidlgs Ofcial Football
of all the Leading Players.
Price, 10 t. Iadsomely
Illustrated Footbail Catalogue set Po.e
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia.
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dancing as it should be. All classes are un-
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Rose Granger. Members of the Americas
National association of Masters of Dancing.
For information regardig classe and tems
call at the office,.ground floor 6 Maynard st.
Circulars at Music Stores or Mailed.
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6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
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Note books and other Students' Supplies.
Fountain Pens, Fine Stationery, Sporting
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UNIVERSITY NOTES. Football at Cornell.
Tryon has been taken to the 'varsity Reports from Ithaca state that the
training table. Cornell football men are showing up
The first faculty concert will held in better than at first and are playing
Frize Hall next Thursday evening. with more snap and vim than at this
Henry J. Witheek, '96 L, is engaged time last year. Coach Courtney is
in the bicycle business in Chicago. looking after the physical condition of
There will be a meeting of the Glee the men, and Newell will again be
and Banjo clubs on Monday, Oct. 0, at there to coach until the last few weeks
7 o'clock p. m. in Room 24 for the of the season, when he goes back to
election of officers. Harvard to help his old team. Ex-
Services in Catholic church totnor- Captain Dyer will assist Newell for
row and every Sunday will be at 8 the next two weeks. Hall, Taussig,
a. m., 10:30 a. tn. and 7:30 p. in. The Fennell, Saussy, Beecham, Capt. Wy-
church is on liabeth st. okof uand Starbuck are the old men
'cite first meeting of the Engineering who are back. A Cornell-Wisconsin
Society will be held tonight at s game is talked of.
o'clock in Room 10 of the engineering The Wrinkle to Aponur.
building. Prof. J. B. Davis will de-A
liver the opening address. The Wrinkle Board met yesterday
Srs. MaryW . Lumis will succeed and elected the following ofticers: Geo.
Anderson H. Hopkins as assistant Ii- It. Barker, '98, managing editor; E. II.
brarian. Mrs. Lumis is a graduate Humphrey, '97, business manager;
of Lenox College, receiving both her Norman Flowers, '96, F. H. Petrie, '90,
A. B. and A. M. at that institution. S. E. Galbraith, '97, A. M. Smith, '97,
"Big Jim" Hooper, the giant guard I. M. Bowman, '98, Chas. Parsons, '99,
of our '93 eleven, will not return this associate editors.
year after all. He was all ready to The first number of Wrinkle will be
come, but the Butte City, A. C., for out Oct 10 and every alternate Thurs-
wvhichi he has been playing, held him day thereafter until the close of the
Prof. G. P. Coler will preach at the Wagner and Campau, the old artists,
Church of Christ Sunday morning at will contribute to Wrinkle again this
10 o'clock. Subject, "Reason for Bible year with their many new cartoons.
Study." There will be no evening ser-
vice on account of the Bible Institute 'Tere seems at present to be a gen-
at Newberry Hall. eral revival of interest in the Bacon-
advard Menkin, '96 L, is perfecting Shakespeare problem. Among the
the preliminary organization of the many new books on the subject is one
Michigan Law Review, a new legal on "Francis Bacon and His Shake-
publication to be issued under the aus- speare," by Theron S. E. Dixon, a
pices of the law faculty. Mr. Menkin lawyer. It contains no "cipher bus-
ts also the Ann Arbor correspondent iness or anything of that order, but
to the Law Students' Helper of De- simply presents the dates which have
troit.Gconvinced him of Bacon's authorship
Mr. Gilbert A. Beaver will speak in of the plays. It is issued by the Sar-
Mc-Millan Hall Sunday afternoon at 3 gent Publishing Co., 1556 Monadnock
& clock. For the past four years Mt. Block, Chicago, in a neatly bound vol-
Beaver has been engaged in work ume for $1.30.
among the college men of Pennsyl- Gunther's Chicago Candies at A. E.
vania. This year he is on the inter- Mummery's Drug Store,,corner Fourth
national c5Ininittee of the Young ave. and Washington st.
Men's Christian Association as college Single room and three suites, No. 2
secretary. All young men of the Uni- Thompson street. Furnace and bath.
versity are invited to hear him.j
Good board at No. 29 E. University,
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nished front suite rooms, furnace heat Room for light housekeeping, 49 S.
and bath. Also table board for a lim- University avenue.
lted number. Whisk Brooms for 10c at Mum
Fine U. of M. Stationery at Schal- nery's.
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22 kinds at Mummery's Drug Store.
For the biggest (100 pages) 25c note Room and board at No. 8 Forest
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J. SCHLEEDE makes a speeialty of
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