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TILE U. OF M.f DAILY.
Selhnau, F_ 0. STEBBINS,ShIIrs B kto!
Photgrap er LALND~iMANformerly with George Wahr, 19
"12 [LIAB[[ L.Wsigtns.Haduresfor
S0th 1 X-,i . . A ll Arbor.1 Is .:-dltin conl~0il0boks 1g o l. Iline of Text-Books, Stationery and
-- fr $3 for $2.50t. Miscellaneous Stock in general.
OIN[S SAISFCTIO GURANTED NMAISOR MARTIN SCHALLER,
SATSFAT1301URANEEDTHE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block
70jr~esl J' i e ollt. 11all 1110011 X (Irlk. '1F 1 ~ ~ IE l.east of Main st.
- ~~~~DROP IN AND LOOK AT__________
JwIICYIs'l 11t1 (csI ' i~to 1iviul THE WHITELY EXERCISERfi EMIL IDREFvS, A. E, MUMMERY'S,
cles. It is noiselessII lh'. 115 Shill]iiiil'.ere-et eJJJli/liii
aut clget prices and see work. s('te.II ct of roneio 6:Ibl ls. . sll e d b eli o -u
I' ~tlil'iiiely l I~'l' I'- Plcreferene . poss ililErelNewl Vork H LIDflI ,
Gallery all on First Floor. rne o r lv Ice yeaes;. tell toreataelius. Ctle IChicago and Arin Arbors
Feorle by R. L. BLCOUNT. 4N
f- MG. PINS $1.50. 0ilLi
,.THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Yellow aned Blue But- STEAM LAUNDIRY CO. Annli 111111'dilli Capil Stlb 0,0S5 I o
tons 60c. 1111 oss 1 (511[[te r
'With U. of M.or the iiCi .Io ni 1un.olo Jzsi lgli unidrll t h eio,l 3 i iblcn-as
y e r 7 5 c . E ._. _ _ _ _ _ o i tte . R ect i v e s d el p o s it s , 1 1bu y " 1an d
yer-E S S RVISManager, Uited'.icii iiee rat rlediiiiI li i 11 WuDRUGpSTORE
M RODSJeweler. 2 - UH. O RHAVENUE. IlriI'Ir1 eeionli Illepoitbo lstoi. NEWDRUGSTOR
To keep posted, read the rashIll.r; 111 FitAssitan ta Ir
K HLI' aily. The Daly $2.50a year. EIH
4), l'Y TIl(ATTENT F . 1I O N' PLE 1w ASE IIA.LE -S I-N-LR

1 - 'T'A 'BI.LER Are you aniioyed b your lamp wicks chared? 'fly your lafilltling s o
(1 5' it Et 51 eiiini<lel ci.'111110Xi.s the hionse with a sickening smoke and giving a light the color lif the 4 .MI TET
F ms M. C.'II: Ii 1.'Ihe Noh. 51. moon when seeni throuigh a smoked glatss? If so, use IlliP led Star Oil, 1111 46SnANdTET
thue troubles will vanish. It gives a white light, 1111s5nolt char till«wick,
A 5 smite no odor, soil will all horn ont of the larnti. Red Star Olt8e per :;al., MOORE & WETMORE
MRS. AIE ARIOSE ' , ater White Head Light Oil,tic tper gal., 74 sinoikl-leb.(i Gasolitie c Sieriigl.
School of Dancing and Delsarte. ID GOIMIPAN . 6 S(i 7 lainc st., and State st., tile-
setof illiam st., lhavea
ttr yt. t. n i'lirtlemiel Inbniiil ecelasc. 44 South Main Street. co pee tck f
tBiE730p. i+., Advaoied C lass1cc(LleijiC' J V R IT is 1111 le '17i
,end1e1t11.i sUNIVERSITY1NOTES. 1is, any 111rrtt '7,c lr iii 111
"5'iesd t. f7:30tp. r et, iel-iiieec lass bJiiiec huIurN adetetnn1trbole rn ~ll~zf lt
PiateieceliY111101l4i'ii Ief..\icSlcTiiATEl ST. 11 ilw «' El;.New and Second Hand.
Monay.hOL. 46 S. STATE ' STlt..a" lael
' rii.Ms .,11cleiii 11 i.1101'' Note Ioosl snd otier Students' Supplie
W e n S e t I iscte11a111 at J:30 it I 11) 111111this o1'1'1'tthy sler 1at the LoiwettPrices..
Cornell, foitbanncaaeaius feroretpurcauning.

Gymnasium Suits,
Gymnasium Tights,
"Gymnasium Shoes,
Indatltll kinats of Athletic
Goods at
L)llIAN CLUBS AND DUMB BELLS FOR
J:NDOOR EXERCISES.
FENCING FIL1S ANI) MASKS.
This week call 'anti500 ottr
]BARGAINS IN BOOKS
SEEHAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN AltBOlt.
,Organised 1863.
liapital, $100,000. Surplus and Prefits,$s0,0en.
Transacts a general banking business.
Voureign exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
metrs oftcredit.
V. 3AiqM, S'res. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Xiss Hattie Long,'
G'" r, Mandolin ,and,. Banjo,
61 Millerar-e., Ann Arbor, Mich.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS,
m.s Wtelses, Jewelry, Diamonds and chattel
Mrtgages as coiiateral. Diamonds bought
<r nd sold. 'matches and Jeweiry niceiy in-
wilred. Office at my residence, 33IE. Liberty
E.. c-ity. ltsurs: 8 tol11a. m.,lto 3andt7to 9

b111k.
A 11105'i1e11ha1111 negintolll 'eftat
Prof. ('hamii illot1lectlure 'T'tioday
and 'Wednesdally OiintICorp11oaions15to
lie senier laovs intlonIl'iouts to t'e
jutniors.
Th11' eleiiin of 5a fotbltlicapetaini
at Yal' lies 111e11 postpioniedfill'two'
we'etks. ThorneIil, le'ft hall' 11111, cill
p~robably he electedl.
At a. mieetinig of 1111 social committee
of the S. C. A. it ovas decidedl Io give
a social and(1re'ceptfiotolaltie1 s iieni-
blers niest i'hursday' eveninig at New-s
b1erry'hall.
Allelehab een1111re-elecedlcaptain
of tue(Chilcago l'niversily footbaii
team. Footbaii practice is still kept
lp, as there is a prospeect of ia flip
to thle Pacific coast.
C'. S. Williams, qjuarter back, has
beeii elected captalin of thle Peunnsyl-
v'ania football team for '115. Willianis
ovas formerly captaia of the football
and baseball teanms at Oberliii.
There oill lie nlieae lithis after-
noon betwOeeni tie football teamls of
the Detroit and Ann Arbor high
schools, as previously innonced. The
fornmer team has canceled the gaine
andsth le Annl Arbor eleveia oill not
play any more g anics this seasoii.

Friee Llenlrla 11,11.FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
PRY THE
liii.r (ful i lial4l .ad 4 tlus ELITE DINING PARLOR
(11ficeilro15 iat -10.ldg, Leavenworth.,Full. ('or. State and Liberty sts.
Dr. ltiglhamiiihs lllliiitf'll liii'1111110EDWARD LEWIS, Prno.
fi'oim 5to ti liii-Monldays itid ll~rhays Boriders OO'nte'd.
for eolife'rece oithistlldentsiitiret-
edin ilosph- Heii01111 mayII 11 a100017s bii'T11iIE
aZt that time1.
owill be hldi Marsh S. HmicnTescn nna eoto rs
ident Ssliurnilin, of Coriiell. giVi's a FIRST CLASS TABLE.
list of 75 inistrulctors iling positions in
40 colleges andlt universities'5Avoia1re
graduates of that institut ion. BANQUETS f A f SPECIALTY.

Points in a Line.
Dre. 7Iarkley's eiceture at 7'eovlirry
hall tomliorrowo' morninugoo'il lundtoubt-
etdly be one tif excepetionaml inte'rest.
Sign boardshavetocbe'en lplacetd ointihe
SIlcampusuitd elseowhere, and a great:
attempilt is beinig muade biy thle S. t'. A.
to have as large, a croo'd present as
possible. The subject, "Points in
a Linle," is a pleculiair out',11111 there
are iiaiiy inlquiries as to owhat oill
bhli nature of 1tle discussion. Dr.
Markley expects Io speak of the cuis-
tom of university students, on enter-
tug thle college, 1o bcoe enthusiastic
over soiie line of wvork, and soon be-
coming tired of. it and dropping it.
Everybody is iiivited to turn out ad
listen to the discourse.

'SEEOIT7 5I123.
PROPRIETOR-
G. El. WILD
IO[ LEADING JAILOB
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stork in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
£#f COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

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