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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-23

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THE" UMVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The Store W. W. Wetmore,

4th Anniversar
1 1
1'haoksg iving
Sale,
Saturday, This Week.
The "Michigan Pin"-the
Block M, enameled in Yel-
low and Blue on solid silver;
worth 75c or a potted Crys-
anthemum in bloom
FREE
With every pair of Ladies'
Shos
Greatest Jacket
Sale
of the season.
3-SAMPLE LINES-3
Pin and Plant,
BOTH FREE
With every Jacket sold
SAT U R-DAY.

106S. Main St. and 342S. State St.
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
HAS FULL LINES OF NOTE BOOKS, and
(STUDENTS'SUPPLIES.
Fountain Pens and Fine and Staple Stationery
and offers all at the Lowest Prices.
For Forty Years
GOLDEN SCEPTRE
Has been smoked by college men and is to-day, a LEADER
as a pure, mild, sweet mixture for the pipe.
Lamps Expre sly 4 Students' Use
"The Rochester," "The Yale," "The Royal," "The Perfection,"
"The Berlin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price from
$1.00 to $2.50 each.
OIL Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at 10c per gallon. For
sale only by

DEA~kN & OCAMVIANY.

214 South Main Street.

t

In the Land of Letters.
"The American College iii.American
Life," by Charles Franklin Thwing, D.
D., LL. D., President of Western te-
serve University and Adelbert College.
With the growth of American life has
grown the American college. The col-
lege has enlarged its constituency; it
has gained in material worth and sig-
nlficance; it has related itself nore
vitally and more generally to life. ft
has made appeals of increasing
urgency to the American people for
sustenance-and these appeals ave
not been without avail;-and it has
asked also for the privilege of giving
itself through its graduates to every
worthy cause. It may not be too much
to say that the college has tried to be
of the utmost value to man.
These conditions may be interpreted
as an intimation of the purposes which
have ruled in the writing of This book.
The primary aim has been to bring
the American college into closer re-
lationship with American life-so far
as may be-to bring American life into
a more vital touch with the Amer:can
college. The author has believed, and
still believes, that through the secuar-
ing of this double purpose the college
may be able to be a richer blessing to
this great life of which the college is
a part, and which it is set to serve.
No book of a kind such as this can
make any pretense of being complete.
This volume includes the eonsideration
of only a few of the more vtal ques-
tions. Other questions, quite as vital
possibly, the author hopes to be able
to discuss in other volumes. For the
American College, like American life
or the life of any progressive people
is full of infinite suggestions appealing
to thought or to action-NosyTorks rd
ILondon: G. P. Putnam's Sons.

Athletic Notes.
lThe Athletic Board met last nighit
and transacted only routine business.
J. A. Thomas was unfortunate in
having his shoulder blade broken in
ithe football practice yesterday.
"Doc" Hollister, Beloit's head foot-
ball coach, is assisting in coaching
Northwestern for the game with iVis-
coutsin. Hllister is said to kno wpee-
tfectly the Wisconsin style0 of playing,
and if so, is a valuable aiquisition to
Northwestern's squad of coaches.
Illinois and the Carlisle Indians will
play a second game today at Chom-
paign. The contest was arranged after
Saturday night's game, in whir hi
Indians were victors. While in Chan-
palgo the visitors will be guests of
honor of the University of Illinois, and
an elaborate reception is being pr -
Imlated for them.
BINAK TRAINING.
The Michigan football team will
break training at Chicago immediately
after the Coliseum game.
That game must be won. It should
be another victory like Yale over
Princeton, only by a much larger score.
Help the team in its efforts by attend-
ing the game and wearing a lucky
rabbit's foot purchased at Hailer's
Jewelry Store.
THE COLISEUM GAME.
The reserved seats for the Coliseum
game next Thursday have about been
sold, but there will be many more on
sale at Chicago. There will be over
Z00 studenats in attendance at the game
and each should see that Michigan
w;os by wearing the lucky rabbit's
foot. Buy them at Haller's Jewelry
Store, Main street.
S "ThePrisoner of Zenda".at the Ath-
ens Theater tonight.

W. J. Boon. Pres. W. ARNOLD, let Vice-pres
J. . SaHNo.dIaVice-Pres.
JOHN C. W0ALL, Ast. Cashier.
State - Savins - Baik,
Transacts a general Banking busi-
HE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources,$1,100,000.
Organized underethe General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
'sells exchange on the principal cities oa the
United States. Drafts cashed pse peper
denticaton.Safety deposit baes to rent.
OrracEns: Christian Mack Pres; W. n.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hiscock,
oashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKA nnArb
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000
'ransacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchange bought andsd. Furnish
letters af credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vice Pres
S. W. OLARKSON. CashIer
Cer. Sain and Huron Streets.
Captai $0000I Surplus 30000. Transact a
generat bankng bsiness.
R K mpFres snCE GsnoN, Vice-Pres
PasoD. H.nso Cashier.
C. ff. MAJOR & Co.,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty of fine interior decorating,
painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. l. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decorator.
F. J. SCHLIBEDB.
340 S. STATE STREET
nooo Binding..------ c.25ents and up
Solid God Foutain P'ens--0...100 and up.
Waterman and Wirt Pens in stsk and
Pens IRepared
Wholesale and Retl Papr.3llbs. of Lin-
en Paper foe h0c'.
FREE!
Chafing Dish Recipe Book !
ASK FOR ONE.
Our New Chafing Dishes are here.
W =. Arxxo ld rEA E sLER.
Music Studio
PIANO, PIPE ORGAN
AND COMPOSITION.
CONCERT PIANO TUNING
R. H. KEMPF,
From Stuttgart Conservatory,
Germany.
312 SOUTH DIVISION STREET
@ MXUBICAL !@
Mel Gillespie, teac er of Mandolin, Bano
and Guitar. Instructor in the University
School ottusic. S years experience as
a eacher. Call at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
Store to arrange for hours, : .
HOLMES' LIVERY
STABLE,
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
TRY THE .....
Toledo
* Steam
Laundry
And SAVE zo PER CENT on what You are
now aying for laundry work. Leave orders
at 1 d Souta MaioStreet.

Rich's Peanut Crisp:::
ioc and 20c a Box at
'V'to, 1.23 E. Washlngton S
Mummerv's Drug Store Or. 'Fourth ave.

MACK & CoN

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