THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Here is something, boys, that will get you.
U. of M. Pins in both light and dark blue. BlockM
---, to be given away Saturday, Nov. 20 and Monday,
Nov. 22, with every sale, of $2.00 or more. Watch for-
SIUX.' Our window shows fine Colored Shirts for Nto worth
The Barker Collars are the best dress collars.
We have a 3-ply all linen collar for 9 cents.
222 and _224 IIVA OIK 30L 0 0 .9 St. MAIN.
Notwithtanding' the 40 per4
cent raise on trings owing to
the change in the tariff wee re-4
tain ourounifornm low price.
Banjo, 1st, 2d, 3d, 5th. 5c. 1
Mandolin, R and A, 2lit.
Mandolin, D) and G, 5c. 4
Violin, Got, each ito.
Guitar; , 1,3, G, gat, each i0c.
Guitar, Li. A. B,Ito.
Fine strings a specialy from
15c to 2ic each.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.,
2S-207 E. Washington St.
Time Table, Sunday, Sept.0,' 189
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stat
8:43 a.m. * 7:0 a. m
*115 la. m. 11i25am.
4:46 p m 8S4dp.m.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
E. S. GILMORE, Ag
W. B BENNETT G. PA. Toledo 0.
The Nliagara Fails Route"
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR
Mail and Ex ...3d47 B., N. Y., Chi...
N. Y. 8Special..._. 4'50 Mail_:.-_.
*N. S. Limited- 68 di
Eastern Es.l..__ st 0 Western Ex ---.
AN . G. R. &R. E..
D. N. Expres--- 5 50 Chi. Nt. Ex.-
Atlantic Ex.7 30 Pacific Ex.
G.R. Express ...ll 10
*North Shore Limited lo an eatra fare
to be a charge atf$2.50 to New York tha
0. W ." UGOLEe, B. W. BATS,
G. P. & T. Agst., Chicago, Agt.,; Ann A
L of X. Shaving Parlors and Bath A
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladles' artistic Hair Dressing opF
Old friends call again. We wecoms
Telephsonje t. AfN AR]
EniBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRE(
Calls Attended Day or Night.
No. 1it6Est Liberty Street: Rlesidenc
South Foorth Ave. , Phone
NOW is the time to join the classes at 0.K ARTI
Em~rbalmig a SpecaI8
Wrallger's School of Danacin0 [UNRA
WHENYOU O. K . r EOUBJ)H AV F.
TERM BEGINS WE OUD.Ambisianenisgt ordsy.
Ground Floor, Maynard Street. wRNE' CDM- leieeeEiitsvsu
' Athletic Notes. I At the Athens..
1.- I The story ot "The Prisoner of Zen-) I MUAM O5 au
dard Wsosnwl lyaantataa do," as every one know who ioas.rood ruksVfss-Dss tc,%gL+.
comiposed of her alumni next Saturday. Acihony lirpe s entertaining novel, or Tnh niVlssrpie ei'
MihganwilplayWtebrgS- teen tho play, relates how a young cbea py:. 51, 3w75. s= vm-
trd y, reports to the contrary not'ills- Euglishmian traveledl to distant Stuni
standing. tania to witness the coronation of an cvea arafl
ol John Phililip Sousa and DoWolf Slop- IRlph'herg, a distant cousin, to wxho'llofw
;et per have each composed stanzas for in the (course of heredity it olire a See ear windofw.
- Yule-to hbe sung _to the music of "%l striking resenihiance, 'and that wiion HAI ~sJeer
Ca ptin,' at Saturday's Tale-i'rinte- the opportunity to 'act in his place :$
ton game. was offered, the Eiiglishinan did so FCI_. .
The Carlisle Indiantsoill airrive iii with small fear of detection. 'rho to- L w e ' h c l
Chicago today and will he in prime ba monarch heroine a victim of Illt 0To
shape to meet Illinois tomorrow .night appetite ;for drink, and the dupe of an nrqwqq~, ~a
A.in the Coliseuni. With the exceptioni(envious cousin, a lahck Elpllherg, dis- W. W
*8 12 of .the center rush the team will he qualifying himt for tie coronation, ALL.EOdRTIS, if yesuwiws&_
.P.m. the same that defeated Wisconosis last while this young stranger fiinds him-
51 year. self theo plaything of chane, tHe is
trainte edrth QigAanrlesfo
..12 40 he final game whiich derides the s8htiu' d orte in, ndrueso
inter-class championship will hbe play- three manths, assuming in his own
stane oIf tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. person the Itore of Ike Princess i'lavla. f A LLF A NYEL A OF
at Regents' Field. It will he hetween1 the promised bride of the king. At SX1KLT FS COALS
krbor then Fresh Lila, and the winners of to- tse Athens Theater next Tuesdlay, thie AND £O K1.
- day's game 1between the '985lilts andl23d. ________ 8rA BL.
SULBIFS°T C IFRE«CHfl. 1'9 W. Wsl8~tu Street. Phoes Ee
stairs MAr. ?Granger cordially invites all stu- S8,uhscriptions open Saturday, Nsvor-sm k esasa
at ne dnt of the University to participate 20), at 9 a. m. in the SRegistr-ar' office-
- in the Thanksgiving Day aftermoon See the conditions on tii bulletinro70 aRllsupplies yT v
P HER dancing party, 3 to 6 o'clock. Gentle, hboard.EvrReustfo j
men, 50c. Orehestra mu.sic intu'day Tanagers will do weV t
;BOIL evenings fter Thanksgivlug Day. Be,- . A -AOD CEDIT IN ' 'taMJAN',fo sraland sjperlni ta~
ginnersaclasses now ope Thursday 'The fourth seosion for a.djuieut o 1
;TOR. cvertung;,tun day moruing and -fter- advancocredit in Herman will ;ehld hFotiBal
neon. Gs1auger's Academy. in Room B, Satrday. Nov. 20, from If- Adsotd by Yale, Prleceton, Pennslwair
________ to 12 m. 44 Barvard, Cornell, and all other leat
ce, 5i3 verstles. Each bali tested and packe
'42t.' iW NTBID-30 lady boardera at spec- sealed in separate lat with brass Iadat
laSia rates. Enuire at 215i S. State s1. Subscribe for the Doily. Price, Sss.e_
tEQR. _________________________ paisCasg.Omsionai.ge
BO. nivers ity .School of D an.cing, 7 atslgae of Fall and WinterSoreX=
usssl State Street, oppositeS Law Building. A." 6. SPALUING & B :
Terms $5.00 a semester - - SnleeeinS.,U nta -ie Wahinge1
. .Offce-427- Thompson Street. eeig et.CisoWnseg
- D~~~~'o You. speak Greek? You eaN IENWLTO
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