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fL%. V OF A]. DAIL 3.
" 1507")THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BN Y SUITS.
PhII s e PtF~ of niecly terfumesdtoiletsoup for Ann Arbor, Milclo Capital Stock, $A0,0 GY M
Organized under tihe General Banking Laws ________
____________-of this State. Receives deposits, buyosod
FomelywitllsGeorge Xatihr,19 United Sates. iDrafts casihed uo roe ti s eeve1asepeln
E. Washington st. Headquarters for. COLGATE'S COLOSSAL TOILET SOAP, identification. Safety depoeit bees torent. , ~ tO
evrti tdn ed nteOrroCERs: Christian a le Pes.; W21)
(Ythn tdn ed n th AOOHarriman, Vice-Pros.; Cihas. E. iicock. f vnsiin Stlt. These
line of Text-Blooks, Stationery .and (oigatest otineai Soap, Cisbier; M. 1.iFitz, AssisttCasider. wosaemnfcue a h
Misrellaiieous Stock in generai. 5oigate' Gyceorioe Soap,godarmnuctedbth
Cl t .WieCematis Seep A1N0N RBOR
IVATNSHLE, ('gate'slmon eloap, t UaakSTA LAUNDRY CO. Overiman Wheel Col., makers of
Cogt' emlSa op l ~ aeSEMTHE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, or ckes fo 25cat Skis1oot) Gloss sod Domestic Finish. \Victor Cycles, which is sufficient
191E Washington st.,otte block MUMMERY'S NEW DRUG STORE, E.S ERIS angr uarantee as to their quiality .
23 SOUTHI FOURTH AVENUE. --esellthemforlessthanwha
--=-- R U E H E P, ~to9ia you have to pay' for inferior
i Fom the lRoyal Conservatoy, dMeeeopoeitaniCeioe
---" tuttgasrt, Geromany, ILunch and lining IRoon. No,.10 .N Q)d. eet1)5efre )o5biv
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Musical iFourth Ave., bei ween Ariingioa Ilthetl)l1)
Composition; also the Art of and city tofice Btuilding. Open all ~--;t
Stdo:''1S ivision Si., An)) Arbor, hiick Mr. and Mrs. Edward LeiPos
ter. ' 11AVWashington at.
ii..> r 4 ~ NOVELTY IN ,
G 1 RANGERS t. obes! - Caps and Gowns*
K lI E2Si l lie :ous islar&Crr cntiathkRobe-,s j FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
flhlflfl flAL~lhL~f4 ae neow uade in all lbsh__
SCHOOUL OF UAING. U ~ EAIGSTRIPES W Xe are preparedtofrilLa.
lu _.! I..l f~n na of t iro in li Cap

AlI clesoc 'are und)er iihe person)alinistruc-
t ion ofAir.atnd litre. tRns(Gratnger. Private
or clans lessons givesn ot asy dance of mserit
requested. Office at the Acadetty.gmod
h lit6 aynard st.
FLAG PINS $1,50,
'Yellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
With U. of X. or the
year 75c.
WM. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
IKom1ctLe
tlirice;It W.Waobgiongtoost..Phone No.8
YARDnS:Alt. C. R. R., 'Pbone No.51.
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Dlelsarte.
Saturday, t0 o. m.,OGentlemanobeginnerseclass.
Saturday, 4 p.m. Lady beginners claos.
Mionday, 7:t0 p. to., Atdvanced Class (Ladies'
and Gentlement.
Taesday, :10 p. mo., aeginners Class (Ladies
and Gentlemen).
Private lesoana by appointment.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE ST.
NEW STOC3M OF
Sweaters
in the latest styles at
Sheelian & Co.'s
University Booksellers.
GYMNASIUM SUITS,
GYMNASIUM SHOES.
BEST LINEN PAPER
in the city at
15c and 20c Per Pound.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1881.
Capital, $10,000. Surpius and Profits, $4,000.
Transacts a gsnsral basking b sinss.
Foareig. exchanges bought and soid. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH, Pres.S. W. OLARSON, Cashier.

{ " 1 i (siC t y sei~ert. Tltin ssderour, a mt
^ 1 V1 1'tIle pstenet. IPrice, itscE2cotton terry,1
$7 in fite wool terry, $to. Delivered
f/ sa,~free. Returnable if tinsatisfactory. If,
net found at your dealers', send to u
-mentioning colege and enclosing price.
STAlB & CRESCENT MILLS CO., Philada., Pa.,

s ,
;1

to Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingiy low prices. Self ineas-
urement formes, coiitainiing all nec-
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly lilting garments without
visiting the store, will be forwarded
upoti request.

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ARE YOU INTERESTED IN FOUNTAIN PENS? RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
dififerenit widths, at mtoderate
prices.
We otte seohinshng new asodsperior in this tine. Dtrop us a pastal before buying, ether.
RAPID PEN FACTORY. WASHINGTON. D. C. Strawbridge & Clothier
ATTeNTION!sPLEASE.u'riely ry(good:,
Are you antnoyed bN 'your lamp wickos citausec? Biy your lamps fillin~g (House in America.
the house sills a sickening smoke and giin g a light the color of the
moon whtetn seen tthrougha a smtoked glass? If so, use otir Red Star Oil, and I MOORE & WET1YORE
tihus troubles wsill vanish. It gives a while light, does not chsar the wick,
emits no odor, and will nil burn out of the lamp. Red Star Oil 8e per gal,, 6 . Momn sI., and State s1., cor-
Water White Head Light Oil, t6e per gal., 74 stmokeless (Gasolitie Se icr gal. tier of William s1., ihave a,
D EA N &8z QOM A~' _1Y _. complete stock of

1 44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
'ri)35lawn baseball ttea iitad
grontpapictre takea Satrdtay.
'rTe S. C. A. cabtiuet was phioo
graphled by Rlatidall Saturtday after-
W. A. Prescott, '96l as has left
te University to engage in te lumber'
business oft(Clevelasid, (S.
Mr. Murrill, agent for Cotreit &
Leonard, reports that about seventy
orders for caps and gowns have
been rcceivedl fronthSie senior like.
A sleighing party composed of the
members of tihe Crescent literary so-
ciety of te Stake Noriuai, came up
fronm Ypsilanti Saturday nigiti ho at-
tend the Adelphi meeting.
S INTER-COLLEGIATE.
The Aimerican Coiegiate Baseball
association will bold a meting in 11os-
ton, February 11, when a quetaion of
ruling out the Dartmouth team on te
charge of ptrofessionalinmwill be con-
sidered.
Two new degrees have been estab-
lishoed at Oxford, bachelor of letters,
and bachelor of science. As the hold-
ers of these degrees may become can-
didates for the degree of lmaster of
arts, the Oxford M. A. in the future
may he conferred on those who hlave
no knowledge of Greek.

"Temptation of Faust."
Mr. ticorge E. D~asotigavethsie
last of iseseries csf lecturceton''lie'
P'roblettt of 'T'mptlatinas 'Jr.'sited
ito Literatture." before tiete niversity
Bible elass of the A1. L. chuorcht ysster-
Temnptation of Faust."
Mlr. Dawos said thsat ir-. tire
phases in lifet'hlrouighiwhicm ts'eihs-
mast race aos a wisole, antiltesixlier-
ityi of ipersonsstinitdiv idtuals. sust-
pass.lHe holdtitese i ts'bethisty si-
cal, mntal and spiritual periods. Inu
mtanity is now inite intellectuail 1cr-
iod, and looks forward to th'e crtaini
development of te spiritual life.
"Goethe, in his character of Fast,"
sid Mrlt. Dawson, "re'pre'snts tile
transforniatiosn of an indicidtual ciitr-
actor from tho, intellectusal to the
spiritual conditioni, as is tunado ap-
parent from a study of both pari's of
the drama. Faust is introdued to
us as a man of usauuinoth intellect'
dissatisfied with life. He is lend by
Mephistopheles into the lowest depths
of crime; but at last his sl.irituai
nature comes uppermost and lie is
finally born away by tho spirits of
light.
"The moral which Goethe wished
to teach is that an intellectual life
does not satisfy the human nilitT, but
there is always .a longing for the
higher 'spiritual 'life."

'UNIVERSITY TEXT Books
New and Second Hand.
Note nooks ansd other Students' Supplies
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc , whichs
they offer at tIoest Prices.
Call and sea us before purchasing.
SPALDING'S
INTERCOLLEGIATE
SWEATER,
It is the hint sweater made and is suporior
to any other osi the market. Made from the
Sinook and softest Australian woot, band knit,
sod was used exclusively toot year by neariy
all the cee-s.footbtatl rlevess. Its white,
isavy and black.
PRICE. $7.00.
Spatding's Btase Btatl and Tennis Sopplien
see recognired leaders. Everything requ isite
for kiss games.
Spatding's Trade Mark on what you poer-
chase is a guarasitee that the goads are the
best.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS
Now Tooux. PnsAILADELPHIA. CHICAGO.
Wild, Wild, Wilda
STUDENTS, TAKE NOTICE!
0011 WINIER AND FALL GOODS
We Sell on Reduction.
Fancy Suitings and Trousers.
The goods must go. Please call and
see.
2--East Washingt~on Street.--2

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