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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 TH UNVERSTY F MCHIGN DILY

STUDENTS
Would you save money? Then buy
your Books at the
8TU DE>NT8
BOOKSTORE'
anitEfiflM& 60.,
State Street.
For First Year Law Students
We have Cooley's Blackstone,
Anson on Contracts,
Cooley Torts,
Huffcutt's Cases on Contracts,
Burdick Sales,
Burdick Cases on Sales.
For First Year Medical Students
Gray's Anatomy,
Stenberg's Bacteriology,
Freer's Chemistry,
Gould's Medical Dictionary,
Vaughan and Novy's Ptomains.
For First Year Dental Students
Gray's Anatomy,
Freer's Chemistry,
Gould's Medical Dictionary,
Essig Prosthetic Dentistry.
For Literary Department Stu-
dents
We have all the Greek and Latin
Books, French, German, Mathemati-
cal and Engineering Books.
SECOND-HAND BOOKS,
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS.
Waterman & Parker's Foun-
tain Pens.
SH[EHt1N & 60.,
State Street.
(Students' Lecture Association.)
The complete announcement
for the course is out and speaks
for itself. To the new students
we would like to say that a
large part of their college ex-
perience will consist in hear-
ing and seeing ereat and noted
characters such as no other
town affords for so small an
expense. At least three num-
bers on the course are worth
one dollar each. The whole
course costs only two dollars
with an additional cost for re-
served seats to the entire
course. Once reserved always
reserved.
S.bitA.

CORRECT MODERATE
STYLES PRICES
The most complete line of un-to-date Men's Furnishing in the city, is at
D. A. TINKER & SON, 334 S. State St.
dealers in Hats, Caps, Fine Neckwear, E. & W. and Cluett's Collars and Cuffs,
Fancy and White Shirts, Night Robes, Pajamas, Bath Robes, gym Suits and
Shoes, Laboratory Suits and Aprons, Underwear. Hosiery, Jewelry, Umbrel-
las. Men's Olothes to order at low prices, 8t, quality and style guaranteed.

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF SWEATERS

AGENCY FOR THE
CELEBRATED
LONGLEY $3 HAT

L We have decided to satisfy a long felt want for an up-to date turn out, and so L
have added to our stoch of ne horses and carriages, a [ALLY-HO, which seats
L fourtren persons. Coaching parties will sow belan order. Secure a date fur the L
Y Tally-Ho. Call up y
H H OLMES LIVERY H
O Telephone 106. 515 EAST LIBERTY ST. 0
LAMPS F STUDENTS
We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
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," "TheRoyal," "The Berlin Student Lamp," "The Perfection Student
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Money come and see us
Old Number:
44 O. MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR ,MICH. DECNH&.

New Games Scheduled.
Athletic Director Baird has se- The in
cured two new games to be added to which wa
our football schedule. On Wednes- noon was
day, Oct. 12, Michigan will play noon at 5
Michigan Agricultural College, and attendan
on Wednesday, Oct. 19, she will play zation wi
Case Scientific School. Both of At the
these colleges have good elevens and night Mi
will put up strong games. The sea- appear ii
son tickets will be good for admissiou duction '
to these games.
Mr. Mailo Himself Will Plat. For de
Last year, the evening before take priv
Pudd'nhead Wilson was presented ate stude
here, Mr. Mayo was taken sick, and (A.M.);
for four weeks afterwards was in a An
hospital at Grand Rapids. His part
was well played by his understudy, The
Mr. Donald Smith. But this year reopen o
Mr. Mayo will play his own part and 324 5. St
a fine performance may be expected. ticulars a
His supporting company is nearly the RALo
sane as last year. At the Athens' please
Saturday, Oct. 8. ' Pes
WANTED-Trombones, Altos, Cor- To RE
nets, and Clarionets. Old members front sui
will please send in their addresses at house. 5
once to E. P. dePont, 509 East Jef- Chas.
ferson. Mandolin
Two newly furnished Suites with all cessor toI
conveniences at 802 Monroe St., opp. Ann Arbi
campus. 11 chestra M
The University homoepathic Hos- TUTOR
pital Guild will meet on Thursday at in Greek,
3 o'clock with Mrs. Harrison Soule, try. Te:
South University Ave. SENIOR,7
LOs.-A Mercury-foot pin of red Try thi
and white enamel. Finder please first-class
leave at Steward's office or Sorosis Meals an
house. 9-10 day and n
CONSIGNED TO US.
nn Qcd Prrlt F na i S

Notice.
eeting of the Oracle Board
as to be held yesterday after-
postponed until this after-
'o'clock in Room 9. A full
ce is desired as a new organi-
ll be made.
Ypsilanti Opera House to-
r. Harrison J. Walse will
n the Empire Theatre pro-
'The Lost Paradise."
Notice.
Ifciencies in Greek or Latin
ate instruction with gradu-
nt. Call or address E. L.
306 N. State. 9
n Arbor Art School.
n Arbor Art School will
n Monday, October 3d, at
ate St. For terms and par-
pply to
P R. LATIMER, B. L,
Director.
notice change of address.
6--10
ENT.-Single room, $1.50;
te, $2.25; in a new modern
07 Lawrence St. 5-10
F. Steinbaur, teacher of
, Banjeau and Guitar. Suc-
Mel Gillespie. Studio with
or Music Co. Mandolin Or-
lusic furnished. 6-11
RING.-Make up condition
Latin, Algebra or Geome-
rms low. Call or address
702 Church St. 4-9
e Portland Cafe for board,
, and only $3.00 per week.
d lunches at all hours. Open
light.

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
M'JILiOR'
oEALE: IN
Fine Domestic and Foreign
WOOLENS
has removed to
214 East Washington St., near 5th Ave.
Will be pleased to see old and new customers.
W. J. BaoTn, PREas.
w. ARnL, 1st Vice-preo
J. . Snnac, 2d Vice-pens l N t
Jna. C..WALTZ,Ass.ishier t7
BRINK
Transacts a general
Banking Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Orcunale 153
Capial, 10,C5. Surplus ad Prots, 14d,00
'raunsactse5 feneaing business. Foreign
exchngetoght nd sold. Frnish lessrs of
credit.
E.D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOUL.
ViePrs.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier,
Cor. Main andoHuronStreets.
Capital, 150,000. Surplus, $30,000. 't'ransacts a
generalbanking business.
R, KExpr, Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pres.
FRE. H. HELseR, Cashier.
The flin flrbor Savins Bank
Capitastock.S50,.O r. srplurs,s150,.
esorcs. $1,10,000
COanied unde he Generl Baking.Lws
of this State. TRceies deposits, by and sells
casageontse pricipal cities of the Uited
States. tDeafts cashe upon proper dentication.
Saety deost boe to ren.
Orrevses: Christian Mak Pres.;W. D.lHarri
ma, Vice-Pros.: tias. E.IHiscoa, Cashier; M.
J. Friz, Asistnt Csir.
LAMB & SPENCER,
. . THE . .
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
STUDENTS' LAUNDRY
ASSOCIATION.
WM. VOUGT-WM. R. FOX,
AGENTS FoR
THE GRAND LAUNDRY,
OF DETROI'r.
The beehighre laundry i s the State. The
only mahne dometie f5nish in to West.
Glove finish also given. All work promptly,
neatly and carefully done.
The Excelsior Laundry Co.,
OF KALAMAZOO.
Collars..........................1 Cent
Cuffs.........................3 "
Shirts .........................
isther finish. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give
usa trial
Office 202S. Statest. Residence 01 Lawrence at.
New State Phone. 441.
M.W.MILMARD
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n a e riu ay a atuuray, ct. 7, 0.
A manufacturer's line of Fancy Shirts.
Bright, new, natty effects.
Unlimited number of patterns.
Prices to suit you all.
WAGNER & CO.E
123 S. MAIN ST. Furnishers.

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