THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
n = o6 S. MAIN ST., and
STUDENTS W. W, WETMORE, 3 S. STATE St., Cor. William St.,
Would you save money? Then buy
your Books at the CARRIES
B O TOTKTR B E1T UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, Second-hand and New,
Note Books and Students' Supplies, of all kinds,
For First Year Law Studeni
We have Cooley's Blackstone,
Anson on Contracts,
Huffutt's Cases on Contracts,
Burdick Cases on Sales.
For First Year Medical Stud
Gould's Medical Dictionary,
Vaughan and Novy's Ptomains.
For First Year Dental Stud
Gould's Medical Dictionary,
Essig Prosthetic Dentistry.
For Literary Department
We have all the Greek andI
Books, French, German, Mathe
cal and Engineering Books.
Waterman & Parker's Fo
SH[JtAteN & 6
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Fountain Pens and Miscellaneous Books
AND OFFERS ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
As A A M E 2= =
L We have decided to satisfy a long felt want for an up-to date turn out, and so L
have added to our stock offine horses and carriages, a rALLY-HO, which seats
L fourteen persons. Coaching parties will now be in order. Secure a date for the L
Y Taty-Ho. Call up y
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LAM PS . STUDENTS
We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
eats ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Rochester," "The
Yale," "The Royal," "The Berlin Student Lamp," " The Perfection Student
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Money come and see us
Sta- Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, MICH. D A0
mati- Charles F. Watkins, who has so Notice to Bandmen.
long been the favorite of the base- WANTED-Trombones, Altos, Cor-
ball cranks of this city, is again in nets, and Clarionets. Oli members
Ann Arbor to continue his work in will please send in their addresses at
ITS, the Medical Department of the Uni- once to E. P. dePont, 509 East Jef-
un- versity of Michigan. "Watty" has ferson.
been playing good ball this summer
t.a usual, and reports a very pleasant The Nu Sigma Nu fraternity is in.
season taking it all round. He open- stalled in a new house this year, on
ed the season with Bay City, and Huron street, opposite the High
when that team disbanded he went School.
to Cooperstown, N. Y., with several Notice.
other plays from the same club. From For deficiencies in Greek or Latin
there he went to Chatham, Ont., take private instruction with gradu-
where he finished his engagement in ate student. Call or address E. L.
time to enter the University. For (A.M.) 306 N. State. 0
the past two seasons he has coached
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
Fine Domestic and Foreign
has removed to
214 East Washington St., near 5th Ave,
Will he pleased to seeoaid and new customers.
w . j. Soore, PRS.
W. ARNOLD, it vice-pres 8t
J. V. i, 2d ms . Cdsvicer SfsI
J sHNC. st , Aesisist er
Transacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OIg)iSd I
Capital, $100,00. Surplus and Prots, 140,000
'fransessa geealhoshnigsciesa. oeign
echantsehbogh asd eold. Frnish loters of
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOUL.
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier -
Cor. Main and Huron Streets.
Capital, 150,00. Surplus, $30,000. Transacts a
general banking business.
R, KExs, Pres. C. E.GRENE, Vice-Pres.
F E. 11. nEsER, Cashier.
Tle fl n frM or Savings Bank
Capital Stock. so,oo. Surplus,6, s0.
ttolaneundirte GeealBaning aws
of tis tl e t. lecetes- depost, t ys andt ell-
exchageeonthtepricil cliieof the Unite
state. irafts caset upon proper identification.
Safey deposit boxes-to rent,
sFenans ;ChritioaMack Pres.;W. D.Ilarri-
man. Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. Hicoes, Cashicer; M
J., Fritz, Assistant Cashier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
We keep everything usually kept in u
first-class Grocery and IBakery. Call
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST,
STU DENTS' LAUNDRY
WM. VOUGHT-WM. E. FOX,
THE GRAND LAUNDRY,
The bes high rade lostdry in the Stte. The
ony machne msticinis in he We.
Gliove fnish also given. All work promptly
neatly and carefelly done.
The Excelsior Laundry Co.,
Either fnish. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give
Office 0 s. state sit. Residence 610 Lawrence St.
New state Phone.441.
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the U. of M. team and it is to be Ann Arbor Art School.
hoped that he will be re engaged for The Ann Arbor Art School will
next spring.-Traverse Bay Eagle. reopen on Monday, October 3d, at
S o b A. 324S. State St. For terms and par-
Glee Club Notice. ticulars apply to
(Students' Lecture Association.) There will be an important meet- RALPH R. LATIMER, B. L.,
ing of the executive committee of Director.
the University Musical Club tonight, Please notice change of address.
Oct. 4, at 7 o'clock. 6--10
W. C. BOYNTON, President. To RENT.-Single room, $1.50;
The complete announcement front suite, $2.25; in a new modern
for the course is out and speaks "Jack" Atkinson, '98 L, baseball house. 507 Lawrence St. 5-10
manager in '96, is assistant attorney
for itself. To the new students of Hawaii with an $1,800 salary. Chas. F. Steinbaur, teacher of
we would like to say that a Mandolin, Banjeau and Guitar. Suc-
large part of their college ox- The Kappa Sigma fraternity will cessor to Mel Gillespie. Studio with
will consist in hear. occupy a new house this year on Ann Ann Arbor Music Co. Mandolin Or-
perience wilconsistinhear- street near the University hopital. chestra Music furnished. 6-11
ing and seeing great and noted For the first semester the Faculty TUToRoIN.-Make up condition
characters such as no other Concerts will be held on the evenings in Greek, Latin, Algebra or Geome-
town affords for so small an of Oct. 6, Nov. 3, and Dec. 1, 1898, try. Terms low. Call or address
expense. At least three num.- and Jan. 12, and Feb. 2, 1899. SENIoR, 702 Church St. 4-9
hers on the course are worth There will be a meeting of the Try the Portland Cafe for board,
one dollar each. The whole Oracle Board this afternoon in Room first-class, and only $3.00 per week.
course costs only two dollars 9, at 5 o'clock. Every member of Meals and lunches at all hours. Open
with an additional cost for re- the board is urged to be present. day and night.
served seats to the entire
course. Once reserved always College Pins
Up Bud are