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November 26, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-11-26

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THE Ii. OF M. DAILY.
Scalr. STEBBINS, THE I W
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER flCI'DENTALBosor,
D0cD,% AIIlUMM ~ f l-oinleely With (George \Vain 19
IWL;L L1IVI~Vfh E. Washington st. Headquarters for
YPSILANTI, MICH. evetything a, Stuident needs in the
R[01is elling coupon hooks good line of Text-Books, Stationery and
for .8for $2. 50. SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK, iclaeu tc ngnrl
" -MARTIN SCHALLER,
._ . ~~stdent.s ad citizens should makhe this B O S L E
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED teh adqrswhsite i~n Ypsilanti, a5(1[ THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
ssure them they silfn e as ever,
Mas oras ilyISP..Washington st., one block
'24 E. WiLlAMa STIREET. W. H. LEWIS, Prop. east f Main st.
IPI=TOE $5. DROP IN AND LOOK AT.
Teeoly high Gradi eMieoil t he EMIL DREF S, 9j A. E. MUX ERY'S I
'li- stslttiEseiiei'ir.THE WHITELY EXERCISER. jf TTT1T£1i 1 -i-_-

Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight;
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable-Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
5SF '0Washingtoas., Ann Arbor, Mich.
FLAG PINS $1.50.
Yellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
With U. of M. or the
year 75e.
WM. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
KRO CCALF
M_ ST ZUBJR1.
OtrriEc:11 W'IVashiegeos. liaie No. S
YARDS: Mi. C. it.iR., 'Phese Na. 1.
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, 10a m.,OGsenanbghersclass
Saturday, 4 p. sm., Lady hegiuners chass.
Monday, 7:30 p. Om., Advanced tlas Ladiea'
and Gentlemen).
Tuesday, 7:10 p.mii., Beginnsers ilass (Ladies
and Gentlemsen).
Private lessonsuby appoiintmenit.
SCHOOL. 46 S. STATE ST.
New Styles in Sweaters
gymnasium Suits,
(Gymnasium Tights,
Gymnasium Shoes,
And niil kinds of Atletic
Goods it
INDIAN CLUBS AND DUMB BELLS FOR
INDOOR EXERISES.
FENCIN\L xFOILS I) 'MASKS.
This week call aind sec oulr
BARGAINS. IN BOOKS
SHEEHAN & C019
Whole-ale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN 'ARtORl.
!Organized 18i1.
Cpttklli$100,00.Surplus and Profits, 040,000.
'ansacts a, general hunhing business.
Foreinuebulinges bought and sold. Furnish
7ltihrsof credit.
-1'. nAlCIl, Pres. S. W. CLARIESON, Canhier.
-Miss Hattie Long,'
Guitar, Mandolin,-and Banjo,
69 Mller ore., Ann Arbor, Miche.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
OnlWatlhen, Jewe1l'y, Dilamonds and chattei
inortgageu s Sscllucerul. IDiamonds bought
*nd noId. Watches and Jewelry nicely re-
paired. Office at my 'eidence, '3 E. tibserty
tr, ity. lHour's 8toil1a. in., 1ieo.3und 7 to
p.

I llsisau saioiiioide it ii( .7 I liii N lPlI V 1.I The largest bottle I
lI rini lec.st ..os O5)iji .5 io .-l T ~ 1tiL~ ' JUIIIUU

sista'ncie offrio2 tobsiiis l sedb'yrhle
i'leaiiig athsirtes. it the idai. All pairt,'iiwa rst sefereinsespissible ini Europe, Neis Yort
r olest tor tiwo ye'ars. 1Ca1l gus' catalogues,. City, iChicagosuanilAss Arbor,
lior ailiby R. L. LOUNTr, 14 N.
'iihillss. AiiiiArboir.64S.etote st. Ctand~sd-ee u.
g ivy- ARBO0R THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
STEAM LAUNDRY CO. IAiii Arbior, Mich.tCapitaliStock, S5,0.1
111gb eGluss and DomsticeF'nish. Organizs'ed uderethe Geneiral Binhig Laws
- it~o this State. Rlereives depossits', Ibuys aiid
rlls ecag tesilss'pri rili'iiiil 'cii's oathile
E. S. SERVISS, Manager, Usiteid States. Drafts eshed spas prossper
idetifiationSaf etly deposit bases iii rest.
'23 StOU'TH 1OURTH AVsENUIE. OFrICiiS: Chlristianiiilaus, lees.:;VW. D.
Harimni, "icer-Pres.; Chas. E. liocil
To deep posted, read the 'ashier; M. J. Fritz, Assistant Ca'shier.
Daily. The Daily $2.50 a year.

of TOOTH POWDER
a6 n the city for 25c,0
hiSand your money back 0I
EAif not perfectly satis-fatrya
SNEW DRUG STORE.
HALL[R'S + JEWELRY

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LAMPS !

LAMPS !

LAMP S~i

Make no mistake. Do you
variety and give you lower prii
An examination of our sti
and most improved lamp imai
Lamp Business is wvcrthi sorned
44 South Main Street.
NOTES ON THE CAME.
Where is that stint out
Telaier1Fitzpattrick is Ialies
le has lpersistelntly msaintiaisne:
three wseeks that wA-e shouldiwil lt
Regents Bsarbour asid tocel'
true blue. They were iiiside the
and after tile -gaimimasde speech('
congratuilaiointo liii boys.
'Wondser if "Pout" Walrneirwii
niiiziber Itenisniger no1w'. Htenn
didn't do iaiytinig but "pilay h
'withlimliithe msost of the (ills.
Carr. will be a name i isthat'sc
Corupil's right guard, wiut lois
member. IHe has reason to.
Yoot shiowsed up well as ag
gainer. He wasist sit all cassy I
through either.
UmpiroeItarvey sail that list
playing of our team ,was equal to
thing be had ever seen in the east
Stagg was there anud ssiid Ilisi
defensive playing was ooiderful
Thie whole Cornsell team '01
slop Villa when lie got started.
was a great onslaught oii C'oi
goal lie made at tiletbeginningo
game.
Some of the Cornell iseii wil
member Bloomnigston for the u,,
brought them to the ground.
Dyer bucked the line in his ohd
style. Incideintally lie got iin a t
anid oiiee iii a while shot sirsisil
end.
By the lway ilisat was a ipretty
tug run of Prices.
Fennell says Snmith is the ane
center in the country. What woe
have thought of bins if Smiths;
had been all right?
Baird was always on hand anid
aged to asnist in most of the rath
And his judgiienit in giving play
managing the teamn-Cormnell h'
how good it was.
Ferbert four d holes w°ith his
time skill. 1o 7 Cornell had hin

waist a laiup? We caiishiowv you a great S"'O.a
sos than any souse iii this miarket. 4 .M I TET
ock demonstrates that it contains the best 4 .M I TET
de. Thirty-thlree years experience in theMO R 8 E O E
Minas. Buy of us and get the benefit of it. MO R & WE M E
LEAF & O M _A..NY-. iS.BMinst, and State st., cor-
s er -of William st., havea
complete stock of
now55shue didn't have Wlus.li lDoiv TV
Everybody playedi bail. Tin was U lIlYED ITI T[l BOOBS
the best part of it.
ipilEl. Somebody generally droed wheVin New and, Second Hand.
:1 ftie laddein made a tackle. Noto nooliansouthser" Students' Suipplie's
'fisit imn Seiitor of yoiur's is the Fine Stationry, Sporting Goods, etcwhc
r aethadest; uean toi stopl I eve r sasss. Ile they otter sit she Loswest Price.
r'1 os' 0 ad sferyuthikyu Call and see us before purchasing.
a's o haeiim." Imcidentally, Sln'I hlud
Isis '1nd11 ,iis.too),besoisdes goilig ili lhe FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
il re- fieldl-wills use blsl occasioiially. TRCY THE
Maiusrrs tandiebon'ie ,12, usessssELITE DIINGI PARLOR
(lll,1 'Iiiesgo l30' Northovesterni t>. Cor. State and Liberty st.
iT. F H.CALEDAR.EDWARD LEWIS, I ri~p.
ig r- .OF .CAEDREDioarders Wanted.

"ound-
y ilei
Tha
If till'
)ty tic
a- lie
atckle
ci the
Slu g'
(sliest
id lie
ankle
M-ts
s and
io«'5v
old-
sand:

Mon., Nov. 21-Senior fits meet ini
chaplel at 4 p. iii.
Moms., Nov. 2t.-Sssiiiiei A. JosuI( -
foiieUt'miy ('1ll) 5515 "Roadiside Itiyiies
ity it Wiiyfsirer."
M\oms., Nov. 21.-SHsu. E. S. Y ovteiieff
oni "Russibtaissndliiie .11s" sit Ills'in-
hiindlLeague.
Ttues., Nov'. 27.-Tihaiiksgiviigrl'i'c'ss
begins.
Mass Meeting.
-Ther'estill be a issass inseetiing at 7:3,0
tonight- in the Uiversity isili.
Spteeches 'wsill lie meubyto-membitrs of
the faculty and bty studenits. It is nsot
meant that tse victory over Cornell
shall be sooni forgotten. After the
mseeting is oser, there swill hi-esatibofire
andt generail 'ele'brsatisssoisontic sasis-
pus.
Subscribe for tho Daily.
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RtENT.
The desirable house at 23 Monroe
st., corner of Thayer for rent futr-
nished thoroughly, csonveniently lo-
cated both as to University and buts-
tuns portion of the city. Apply to
ANDREW BROWNE,
23 XMonroe st., City.,
Mass Meetinsg Tonight.

Ctorner Washington st., andu
Ashley st.
Rates $2 and $3.
'FUHOIIT'E 123.
M. STAB3LER9.
PROPRtIETORI.
G. Ei.WILD
1HE [EADI1NG 'TAILOR
Has the newsest Fall and Winter
Woolens anid largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
APWCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Wa~hington st., near Main st.

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