TUE U. OF M. DAILY.
A. 63 SPALDING & BROS.
Football Supplies a
Every requisite for the
game. Jackets, Punto, Jer-
seys, Sweaters, Shboes, Ones,
Belts, Stockings, MorrilI's
y Nose Mask, Robber Mouth-
Piece, Skin Guards, Head
hlarness. Spaidlog's Official
most be used in all Match
Games. Price, $5 00.
x -4._s Spading's Official Football
of all tbe Leading Players.
Price, 10 O't$, Handsomely
IIllustrated Football Catalogue sent Free.
fNs' York, Clhieago, rhiladrlphois.
6 S. MAIN ST.:AND STATE ST,,
CORNER of WILLIAM,
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New end Second-Hand.
Note gsobs and othser Student' Supplies.
Fomntals teas, flue Stationery, Sportlug
Goods, etc., whick they offer at tbs lowest
Call and sens us before Purchasing.
'Noble's Star Clothing Hou~se.
35 South Main Street.
3We Do Not Advertise
t A few things at half cost and ask a hundred per cent
profit on everything else, hut sell at a uniformly low
price, at as small profit as possible. That's our way.
SEE OUR WINDOW OF ALL-WOOL UNDERWEAR AT $1.00 PER GARMENT.
DEAH o A.C. McGraw, of
DEATH. McGraw & Co.
of Detroit, force a settlement
of the estate. Shoes had to go.
We bought 3,000 pairs for
50c on the $1. Have opened
the greatest slaughter known
in the history of Ann Arbor.
It will pay you to investigate.
17 S. MAIN ST.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OP ANN ARBOR,
Capital, $i0,000. Surplus and Pre~ts, W4,50
Transacts a general banking boiness.
Forelggsscbauges bought andosold. Furnish
letter of credit.
P. BACH 'fires. S. W.GLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
CapitalUtock, $5MtS. Surplus, $i15,.
organised under tbeGeneral Banking Laws
of tbis State. iReceives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on tbe principal cities of the
United Staten. Deaf to cooked upon proper
identification. Safety deposit bones to rent.
tOrrwEs: Oristian Mack, Prem.; W. 0.
Harrimuss Vice-Pres.:Obhs. F.Riscock,
Csir:M. J.britz. Assistant Gashier.
THE BOOK OF ATHLETICS
.AND) OUT-OF-DOOR SPORTS,
NORMAN W. BINGHAM, JR.,
Captain of the Mott Raven Tram, 1895.
Tissunique book in an athletic symposium
contributed to by well-bnswn aesateurs, en-
pe ne and college team-canptains. Harvard,
Yale,asud stbcr leasding colleges are repre-
sented. Football, bnsebllii tennis, golf,
cricket, hurdling assd track atbletics, yacht-
leg skating, bicycling, etc., are practically
and suggestively treated. One vol., cloth,
Swo., profusely illustrated, $150.
Fem ale by all bnoksellers.
THE LOTH-ROP PUBLISHING COMPANY,
H2 Pearl Street, Boston.
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STATE ST.
R. It. AUSNen, Mao. NELLIE L. TYLER,
2Thompson st. P. O. Black.
THE FINEST IN THE LAND"
Give it a trial and you
will always use it.
SOLD ONLY MY
Office 1S1'W. Washisngton s.
Phsone No. 97.
LAMP P. That have perfect combustion and do niot smoke or
The New Rochester, The Yale, The New Royal, The Perfection Stu-
dent, The Princess Student, The Empress Student, all niikel plated,
with latest improvemenst. We ssll what we advertise and guarantee
quality of goods, and are never undersold.
44 South Mlain Street.
DEAN &t COMPANY.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Lawe Notes.
Ysalt'defesitedl DartmoutnhliWeilis's- 'Sinspprchs sirtins' lsw tiuililig is Is
slay 211) to 0. bse'fitirti p a5s'iiinsultationireomssfsoi
W. 11I. Thososis1i"iis is iso' ily ei-is use of5 01librriystudssiandsisitins-mills
rib treasuirerrfiii- Stsusdesss' Is-isr' sl', gaisstaslkinig.iiikte library is biing
,'sssociaties. riidly,'eiifsrt'ei. Itoomis 4 is to tie useid
Jude C hevel wll pea il \e -IlBy oros- f liii' Resirdof iRegeists use
iserry Hail Stundaty sit 9:51.) .ill. oi lasss politicssilomeitings toasltie held in
"The Ness 'oisniaisand tse '7einspes-iusis's'siiv rosss ill the esvenning.
anuesCa'seo." These'fsrsethe seilalosesectioni 'Iill
Fr'edeictk V. Dusinlap, a gradbuaste o el ih lelilSsatturdsiy at1d00 l. 5instesidssf
Michigain,lhas bherniiippointedlsssist- Friday 'evening as silsssisiced by Tices
alit piroessori iiosrgaic s'chsemisry it
thie Kenittabioratosryof Vole iuvi's- 'THER GERMAN."
Truis ssncee waIs-introeds'liiifew
sitV.iYrk asiout tinh e ea'1844. At nunt
This space Re-
served for Beal's
Buy all you can afford, for
present ai'd future use, at our
We shall e here for a few
Callaghan & Co.
LAW PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO.
AT SCHLEEDE'S, 50 S. STATE ST., Alnor.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
Twelve years of! teaching in An Arbor
with a siol f6053 pupils ist season are a
sufficent garantee astn our ability to tends
dancing as it ssod be. All casses are un-
der the personal instruction of Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Granger. Msemer of the American
Natioal Association of Mstes of Dancing
Pr information regardig classes and terms
call at the office, ground flon'6 Maynard st.
Osrclars at Mush. Stores or Mailld
OPERA VOUSE JEWIDYSTORE
General sonk of watches Jewelry and
Noelties. tepair in of Watches. Jew-
ersy, Gold Pens, Ritnsgs ad Spectacls
a spelaity. asis pid for old gol and
C. H. KEY ES.
and Tobacco will
have the right flavor
if yoo get them at
46 S. Sate St.. Ann Arbr.
DON'T BUY A
DI CTI ONARY!1
till you see
Drop a card or call on J. T. Midly, 15
Traver t.. North Side, Aget for Waskenuw
Oakland and Macombh counties.
U. OF 1. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
l] rooms. A11 ppontments first clas.
Sm ported and domestic clars. Lades' artis-
tic hairdressing and bathing parlors. J. .
Trojanowski 0. State s.
IAJISEN YOU WANT your clotss cleaned,
pressed. reusned or rebound goto M.
Fnerit, over Sean's bok store. Lb-
oratory aprons mds to order.
1J. SLEEDE makes a secialty of
1 . Fountain Pen, Students' Note Books,
and Binds Baks from S 'e upwards at M0S.
Heirmaniiz hass re'turineuitis)grsad-
irate with the senior denial class.,lhsv-
ing spnent thse. last six isonthssattissue.
Saxony, as sls'inists'snlsr nscrowin
anil tesisige woris in the desntsal sdepart-
mnent of Ike itoyal University.
'l'ie sale of resers-sd seats for the
Stuidents' Leetuire Associsations course'
will olsen '1'ntesilsy, Ocl. 22. at 7 sa. in.
at Moore & Vsetinore's bnokstore sdown
townn, and.I'siliier's phlarmascy 011
State st. The regular tihckets will bie
exchsanged fist 50 cents ssddiitieinal.
Thelsle tonsbee'n ve-ry lsarge sasid
tiromitse's a. very stsccessfssi seasoss.
Choral Union Course.
Tineiosartd of sdirectors of sue VUiver-
sity Musical society have decided toi
rcharge $5 this year fori'soasoin tickset;
to She Choral U'nien esurse, includsing
the Mmay Festivat concerts. Seasor,
tickets for the Mtay Festiv-al course
alone Bill also e i,, and the cluargi-
fore reserved seats during the Festival
will he $1 extra. 'fisere will he live
concerts in She Festivail ceurne tiss
timee ssqiualdrille ''Iwa si'hefashionabsle
dlance.hint'II'as knsowun is Ike cotillioin.
1e uniie. siditlllincionibet'Iseeu Ithai
sinid isdalnce, 'Iwhichl 'Ias knotwInIiin
Erlope by thesie masicsetiss Isas
csalled the "Germuans C'tilions"s; gradi-
ually tine ''Ior-dlcotillioni 'Is d iropp~ed.
the dassue beceomsing siply "'fie Gesr-
man01." We 'Iill teach thelest,51tig-
ires of 'ThsetGermni" to etur asisslin-
ses classes, also will give ptivsate is's-
sellsoem"Thne(Germsans" or any dasnce
of mesrit reque'sted. itoss Grtanger,
GSraniger's Acatdeinsy, gretindifloss', (0
THER UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
Will organize an advanced class' on
Friday evening by special request, All
decsiring to join this class please give
their names to Mr. Austin, 27 Thomup-
Ion st., or Mrs. Tyler, post office blick.
All the latest dances taught.
An elegant suite of reoins, alse a
single room, boils steamn heasted, at 12
Monroe s1. Chance for tutor to give
private lessoins for room. Lady pre-
Frank C. Snmith, teacher of the vio-
lin. Studio at the Ann Arbor Organ
Co.'s store. 37