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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

rI06 S. MAIN ST., and
WATERMAN'S W, W, WETMORE, 342 S. STATE St., Cor. William

St.,

IDEAL
FOUNTAIN
PEN
MAKES ITS MARK
All around the world.

CARRIES
UNIVERSITY 1JEXT BOOKS, Second-hand and New,
Note Books and Students' Supplies, of all kinds,
Fountain Pons and Miscellaneous Books,
AND OFFERS ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
M 0L M ES' -9LIVERY.
Telephone 1 06. 5 15 E. Liberty St.
PINE CONCHES AND COUPES FORl PARTIES.

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
MTFIIL&R,
Hoe received a new and nerviceable
line of Goods for
TROUSERING.
Lest of Workmnsheiip.
2154 East Wanhington t., near 6th Ave.
W. J. Boicca, PerI. STfITh'
W. ARnaci, cit Vice-prer
J .SCALT ds.Ca~cres S VIG
JON, C. WALTZ, Assti CashierSWI
BflNK
ITransacts a general
Banking Business.

Every One Warranted for ofAnrb,
Fiv Yar. I - ' ~ N T O FIRST NATIONAL BANK Organied183
LAM fIU D IVIrs. FOR S 1IJ L Capitl, csc0,c is. Stoepice ad Proft, i40,f0
Trinactsceracllcbcnkiglccec--. Foreign
Doiit b decivei b fale sghswe call cileiciori to our comiupleeline of (Center Draft Nickel Plated Lampa, cancog aend -old. FPoenichlceter or
an detsiinsolrrgte~r-rauieg in pricec from 7toe.2- 51) each. lucs Lanips are of lice latest and ad5.vrismetsofeiijieIlt-nl)t mpivdpatensPear.ke.Inluin,"TeAewVIIIIS, 1''hON.D.KINEsre.IARIONSOL
Yaic" Thiiiie i ial""ers andiccl St cudng licepNew"lhe i lisiert"on 'st heeVic-Preer
ermuiPeer fronc$1.00 tup, ccc ilceel ae"'li.1 sl "ieIelc tliitlm'"h erfeliiisie-i S. W. CLA5CK5ON, Cashier.
no Wcatermancr Peic madceacit Iimt Irice. Lairip."It you xc ant the bcst Lamcp f r the Leact 1Micy comniaid arc us
Pe bavae eso-clledi 'cclircciciccOld N umber:
Pen, which) is extercsively alvectiseci 4-S o.m uaiN vSTr., D A NC ..
ail whlichlaccds 1te ciciscpi-c tilr AN cA Rc-ORi, MICH- %5,w
public Itc believe tlutthley crc gettinig -- eacs.haiccc, $3.0. ecai
the WsatermccnicIdeacl acithils rc-ccccrlccc- kern Methods oil Measuring Sound.i Intercollegiate H-oceye League. t cll uceneal~aaclc:bcine,
bly lace price.Nctlacy ticme procect-citl the icc Iccet ccc-ic )cie IccA cci- A'c ciecccilegiccle Ilockey lcI' ccc 5Fi,.cccF,- Pcc-. C.IiE.ccc i+e.. Vcca'iccrs
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leisure cs-eccilglacdly leIiccte 1 wc-ccii cl ' ullcice Iccwocc cccl cwec-i-c-cicld1be- ("'rccell, Brccin, Ycle, <Icclm -,l'clkiii'}.a
swindle thcat is beingicerlpeicratecd c-lice LI)e p 'ic-a scci'uc be Prccf. J. (c' lticicc, ilacvrfccrcl, Mci ccc l Ccl T111AnA rb fFIor SavIHUs d
upon the 1public. j co.Iteedi cf tllc Ucc i Veily at Aticici- Ilege acud Pencnsy~cclvi. Tliecc-cc- cic - ail Sto.i'o- ccc 5"'c cc, $r5e,00.
?cccc. Bohccpcrcesc-ecie eicmethodsclatcic ca cit c-ct bc-cceffected, cblut cl ccanie ne heGenrl c Bancingl edLaws
I-I N (1~ icc che acurccecite eccccreicTt if scicci.he lcve vi iciciedci ccll'ga cci lipob- cctis Stae. cie cc-c-' cci-ccc. ccc andiells
Icc tfis irtccca decribed'c cciiaeccics 'ibly Ice thlic ei sIcc ccct of dcihemS cecie n ccth spici pal "'' clr-iccepercof tce Uriced
hacvccciccce ci ccicecec cycccilgi liad their cwillingecss io Safetydcepit oxes c o-rel.
University IBooksellers, statioccers, cceacs of criicir lice rate aicdiamcpli- ju suchica cmoiveent. 'Tire candi rocoeidcceei;ChasE.ccc c ,.C asec hiieM
and Engravers, iile osiicliicg-vihiralicio iray Ice cictes icr lice Peicclyvcuila tecrsici cccFiz, - sAi~nCca.ii icccc.il-oCchc .
I determniedl readily crud cwith greatl a fae days agoc and elected a cptlaini
320 S. State St., Ane Arbor, Aicilh.exctcasT'ie scecoid idealt cwitic arc ancd manager. Permcissionhsntccixcnoes.r r tbenscue rom iccis ecct LSPENCQ r IED
--__ -liii crcd Intcd of rring Iiirng a ea erri rn teFc LA MB V~I~flLi
forks inr lcboratory sconk.It is Comititee cciiAthrletics fccr lbsergan-
tlhccrght tbat tire accistical mricroc- izaticci of ac bcckey leamn, but a peti- T B E
ureter may have a practical applies- tiara has baern presentied In thremrtcc
tioninir determiining thre acoustical aplprove of its organization. Farocers,

k).I I.11
(Sturdents' Lecture Association.)

FOrR M;NT-Sinigle rom, ground
floocr, front; furnacesbeat and bath;
Sblock from ecenpus. 224 S. Thayer.
36

Tire 1001 Oracle will mrake its ap-
pearance Dec. 10. It will be bound
Tickets for the entire course are in cloth arid will be tire same price
now on sale at Wilder's, on State St., as tbs one of last year.
and at Gcoodyear's, on Main St., or Chas. F. Steinbaur, teacher of
they may be lead from strident solic. Mandolin, Banjean and Gcuitar. Sire-
itors. Tire price is only $2.00. cessor to Mel Gillespie. Stuido with
'Think of hearing Aeon Arbor Music Co. Mandolin Or-
cliestra Music furnished. 39

Regular receting of Ui. of M.
Rifles tonighrt at 7 o'clock.
WILSON, Capt.
At lbs Athletic Board meeting
last night F. HI. Lanicashire, '01 E.,
was elected director.
Tire Inter Ocean, leading Chicago
daily, is handled by F. Stofliet,
Opera House Newes Depot. 'trial
subscription, daily only, delivered at
nsoon, $1.50 for 3 noa., payable in
advancea.
Good Baritone, and 'Tenor soloist,
can apply for church position at
onces at 312 5. Division. 35
Bureau or s ase, Washringtonr, D.
C. Information pertainineg to lire
Laws of tire United States, of tire
several states and territocris o flire
Ullted Slates, of Foreign Countries
furnished upon application.

BOURKE Cl

OCKRAN
For 20 cts.,

Notice.
No spectators will be allowed on
Regents Field sir Tuesday, Wedices-
day and Thursday afternoons as tire
'Varaily will have secret practice for
rSaturday's game.
CHIARLES BAIRD.

We keep everytbing usualiy kept in a
fist-clans Grocery and Biakery. Call
and rce no.
318 S. STATE ST. _
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M.-Barber Sisop
ated BthlsRooms-
J. H. TROJANOWoKI, Prop. c322 R. Since 8t
RAZOR HONING
IS A SCIENCE ...
We Guasrantee Our Wrt.
_WARREN THE BARBER.
THE MODEL of Stale Street
BAR ER HOP is DUNiN & ELY'S
BARER HOPIt y'u desire
first-clasns work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH DIETERLE 1-unb in~tr
Colall ttnded Hay orNighte.
No. 161N. CLicerty Street. Reience 5H 5
FourhAveI'ane IV
.W MILeWAR
'SAES.- 0
'NN -nont

INN ES' BAND
For 20 cts., or
"IAN MACLAREN"
For 20 cts.
'lbs dates for tire above will soon
be made public. Walncb the Bulletin
Boards.

ESTABLISHED 1858.
S We soIl YOUR GRANDFATHER gaood1s

when he went to school here.

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