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November 12, 1897 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-12

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
NEW! --Our Furnishings for Gentlemen-- NEW!
We will have this space for the rest of college year, and will give you the benefit of our Special Sales.
We HAVE the BEST to be had. Good values moderate prices. Come in and examine our stock.
OUR NECKWEAR IS THE BEST! GLOVES, GLOVES, GLOVES, Finearth.
house renown Ascots and four-in-hands-Berliner, Strauss End, and No. 12-The best DOLLAR Glove in the city.
& Denzers in all stytes. : : UNDER WEAR-S WEATERS
FINE HALF HOSE.-SWEATERS! WoN t Combination Suits, $250 and $3.50-Alt Woot worth $2.00 for
Fine Silk, Lisle, Cashmere, and Cotton Hose-Fancy Lisle Hose, 58 a suit. Wool Fleeced, Cottor. Fleeced, Camil's Hair, Etc.
seamless Maco split soles-see our two-for-a-quarter line.
Night Robes, Bath Robes, Pajamas, at unheard of Prices. E. & W. Bodie Narkette, Keteta, Niota, Etc. Barkers, Souix, Mahopac,
Don't miss our UMBRELLAS. Cluett Collars and Cuffs.
Our Telephone is ready to receive orders, and our wagon ready to deliver them.
N. W. Cor. Main and Liberty MA0K & GO.. N. W. Cor. Main and Liberty

Notwithstanding the 40 per
cent raise on strings owing to
the change in the tariff we re- 4
tain our uniform low price.
Banjo, 1st, 2d, 3d, 5th. 5c.
Mandolin, E and A, 2%c.
Mandolin, D and G, 5c.
Violin. Gut, each 10c.
Guit r, E, ti, G, gut, each 10c.
Guitar. 1. A. E, 10c.
-' e~ru gs a specialy fernm
5LO 25Ic each.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.,
205-207 E. Washington St. '
Athens Theati
lks 'f One Night On
E;
FRIDAY,
Charity NOV EMB
Benef it. 12
A High=Class Vaudeville Entert
ment by Professional and Ama
Talent.
U of M. ShavingParlors andBath Ro
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing up s
Old friends call agaln. We welcome
anna. J. at. TROJANOWSKI
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGR4A
Telephone 5O. ANN ARI
ENOCH DIETERLE,
EflBALMER AND FUNERAL DIREC
Cals Attended Day orNight.
No. 116 EastLiherty Street: Reidene
South hoarth Ave. Phane
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPH
WASHINGTON BLOCK. AhN AR
KINDERGARTEN, 10 3
Call and See Us,
CAN FU-NISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLAS
Orders for all Fraternity parties,
dances, etc. Leave order,. as Ann A
Musics. or asienc,17J 0 GOdde
P. S.- Will take pupils on Piano an
sight reading at above named Places,
A. J .Johnston
POLITIOAL ECONOMY III.
Examinations for removal of
ditions in Industrial History ofJ
land will be held Saturday, Nov
at 11 o'clock in Room 11, Tappan1
This will be the only opportu
given for the removal of conditioe
this course until the close of the se
semester. FRANK H. DIX(
Subscribe for the Daily.

' i I I

Geo. S,
Parker
Foun-
tain
Pen

B O ' DRUG ST R.0. M. MARTIN,
ROWN STO E.~ FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
CORNER MAIN AND HURON STREFU EA DI CTR
Embalming a Specialty.
Is the place to Register. This Register is always consulted first by the NO. :oo FOURTH AVENUE.
Messengers-It's F .] E . Ambulance night or day.
MsResidence, 302 Fifth Avenue.
re FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES. At the Athena. ANTON TEUFEL
Right into the pine-clad hills of Ten- HEADQUARTEes ron
ly (Continued from First Page.) nessee, where people spoak in sot Trunks, Valises. Dress Suit Cases, and
the first American student to obtain drawling accent and where they love Telescopes.
either of these degrees. The English and hate with an intensity the cold Trunks and Valises repaired neatly and
universities are d'vided into various Northerner knows not, David Higgins cheaply, No.307S. Main Street.
colleges; each college has its own pe- and his company will take the audi-
3ER ollar customs and social life. It is al- once at the Athens Theater tomorrw H A L L E RCS
ways well for the foreign student to evening. ____---- JEELRY STORE
put up at one of the colleges instead
of at a private dwelling near the uni- The next attractiona ftert"'ey U. of M. Buttons and
versity. In the latter instance te Ridge" at the Athens Theater will beiPins,
loses much of the college associations. "Eillarney on the Rhine," with J. E. POR
ain= T.l sledn a
teur The French universities are tile larg- -ole ao leading nan. Lowney's Chocolates
est and the most chaotic in EunOpe.
It is only within the last year that MICHIGAN POLITICAL SCIENCE - O TO-
ims foreign students have been offered de ASSOCIATION. W .* W. TUTTLE'S, t St.
glees. The strongest department at Membership, includig publicatiln, ALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
tairs present in the French universities is open to students at $1 per year, ois-
new that of philosophy, in which subject half the regular fee. Apply to T A N 1 E S
- there are many very eminent profes- CHARLES H. COOIhiiv-TA N D E M S
HER sors among the colleges scattered Treasurer. r1o I enti11
about the country. CHAUCER. The Largest Line of Bicycles, Sun-
BOR At the American classical school at The members of my class In Chaucer dries and Suppiles at
Rome Miss Mary S. Williams, Ph. D. will, for the present, provide thei- M, STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM
'9, holds a fellowship given by the selves with Sweet's "Second Middle-
TOR., Telephone Na. 5. One dnor East af Ameri-
T cllegiate Alumnae, and Clarence L. English Primer," Hempl's "Cliacer's can Hose s
e. 5 Meader, instructor in Latin in the U. Pronounciation." The class meets
110. of M. last year, captured one of the Tuesdays and Fridays at 9 in Room The Name the Guarantee.
® fellowships offered by the school itself. L. GEORGE HEIPL. SPALDING'S
Li. ss Ruth Gentry, '90, recently did ex- FOR ENT-A very desirable suite ll lie O
te. FOR rENTaAchewyrkestrthe Bsrlin Everv Requisite for the Game.
BOR. tesive reoeareh work at the Bern of front rooms with stationary bowl, Managers will do wellto write
University. hot and cold fater. Ret patc heat fer le s aarnd special rates
SRS)hotandcoldwatr. ot gate het-tefore purchasing.
n St, All literary students desiiing to en- and all modern conveniences. I The Spalding official
quire 439 S. Division. Foot Ball
ter the preliminaries for the Michigan-
Chicago debate are urged to report in Chrysanthemums free for football Harvardr Yale, Princeton, Pennsylvania
Havr, Corsnell, and all ather easis g ni-
S. Room B, University Hall, Saturday, at game Saturday. See advertisement on vers ies. Fach ball tested and packed, ned
sealed in separate hex with brass inflator
club 8 p. m. sharp. last page. Price, $5.eo.
Ano Spamaing's Official Fot hail euis
ave.U n v rs t pmr ad 8ho07 an i g pa Edited by W~AITER CAse. Pnst-
In U paio cents.
Catalogue of Fall and Winter Sports, FREE.
. State Street., opposite Law Building A. G, SPA LDING & BROS.,
Terms $5.00 a semester - - Single evenings 50 cents. New York Pwhinlgphia
con- Ofgee-427 Thompson Street. 4
90g D[ You speak Greek? You can PINE NEW LOT 0
. l0,Y Iearn it while buying i
Hall. ruit and candy at the Greek Store, ".W as IJI r1ns.. 6
unity 203 North Main street, opp. court Just received.
ns in house. Pure home made candies Lowest prices on STRINGS and TRIM-
and ice cream, fine California fruits, MINGS for all instruments.
cond very suitable for presents, and we
)N. J A know you will want them for that SOUA EERLE S MUSIC STOR E
L T E H party you are going to give. ~V 4 west Liberly st., Ann Arbor.
UNMQU Ds ONs FO " ANwUET lCJAMES KOSTAUS. j

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