THE U NI VI ;RSITY OF 311ClHIGAS DAILY.
'Saturday, This Week
The "Michigan Pia"-the
Block M, enameled in Yel-
low and Blue on solid silver;
worth 75c or a potted Crys-
anthemum in bloom
With every pair of Ladies'
of the season.
Pin and Plant,
With every Jacket sold
NEW SHAPEs, CNTS
LATEST PATERNs. worth
Will regret it you ' $1.25,
miss it. n
SNAPPY B1 ERZES.
HOW TO WARD THEM OFF-GET OUR UNDERWEAR.
We are offering TwO SPECIALS-
Heavy ribbed and fleeced
Heavy Jersey fitting
Combination Suits WAGNER & COPANY,
123 SOUTH MAIN f TREET
Lamps Expre sly 0Students' 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
DEAN & COMPANY.
014 Soth Nin Strent.
FYJL-X fvuuu ALLMaia p~avvW.
Watching a Game.
Football to'the uninitiated spectator
is apt to seem little more than a mass
of men pushing each other aimlessly
up and lown a field. But with atter-
tion to a few simple rules the skill
and design necessary in playing the
game can be seen and watching the
contest becomes interesiing and ex-
hilarating. Impress the following
facts on your irniory:
Get your seat as near the center of
the field as possible. Observe the
shape and markings of the field, and
if necessary, have these details ex-
plained to you. Keep your eye always
on the ball and don't watch the play-
ers as a mass. Learn wnat :s meant
by the following terms: The line-up,
inte ference, a fair catch, a down, a
scrimmage, attack and dofense, a fake
kick, a drop kick, a kick-out, a touch-
down, a try at goal, a punt-out.
Development of Football.
'ootball originated among the
Greeks and Roians who had a ,sport
which consisted in kicking about a ball
under certain general rules. Its de-
velopment tirough the centuries ws
upon somewhat uniform lines until,
finally, the 'Rugby and Association
gaimes were e olved. The former was
introduced at Yale in 1871 and since
ttien has spread all over the country.
The regular intercollegiate mnatches
sere started in 1873, when a conven-
tion between Columbia, Princeten,,
Rutgers and Yale was held.
All classes in dancing at Granger's
Academy are under the personal in-
otruction of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Graug-
Report of the Game.
The Bell Telephone Company has
kindly offered the use of its lines to
receive detailed reports of the game.
If a suitable hll can be secured the
progress of the play will be followed
on a large biackboard. Ansouncenent
will be made today on the various bul-
Harvard ias a Rifle and Revolver
Club with a membership of about 50.
nemobers hope that similar organiza-
tions will be formed at other colleges,
that a league -may be formed, and
that there may be intercollegiate rifle
and pistol contests. Students of other
universities are urged to organize such
clubs and join the league. In Eng-
land there aro a number of college rifle
clubs which meet in competitions. As
sa sport rifle shooting is among the
cleanest; as a training, nor sport can
surpass it. All through life the teach-
tngs of rifle:shooting may be felt; it is
conducive to health, manliness and fine
discrimination and has nsone of the de-
basing features to which some sports
sink. Shorlr rany other college have
its rifle or pistol tean and desire to
join a league and arrange to enter an
intercollegiate contest they can ad-
dress Mr. C. H. Taylor, 126 Comui-
ivealth ave., Boston.
At Granger's Acaderriy tomorro rv
af ternoon at 3 o'clock. Chequarregon
Orchestra. 'Also dancing parties Sat-
urday evenings, Nov. 27 und Dec. 4.
Gentlemrei, 50 cents.
The University School of Dancing
will give a Thanksgiving party the
evening of Nov. 25th, from 8:30 to
11:30 o'clock. Also the Saturday
evening following, Nov. 27.- All stu-
dents cordially invited.
W. . BooTE, Pres. W. AnorD,st Ticepres
J. T.SaEAs, 10 Vice-pres.
JOHN c. WALZ, Asst. Oashier.
St ats Savill s -Bailk
ansacts a general Banking busi-
TIE ANN ARDOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stk, $50,000. Surpius, $150,000.
Oraniszed underthe enral Banking Law
of this State. Receives dposts, buys and
sells exchange on the principsi cities of the
7ssted States. Drafts cashed uon proper
dntication. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OrricoRs: Chrisian ack Pres.; W. D. -
Harriman Vice-Pres.' Chas E. Hiscock,
oahieriii. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKOgsoed1001
Oapital, 8100,000. Surplus and Profits, 40,0001
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreigs exchange bought andiold. Furnish
rlers of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE.
S. W. CLARKSON. Oashier
Cor. Main and Huron Streets.
Capital, 850,000. Surplus, $B3,000. Transact a
general baking busises.
R. KsoFPrs C OuxExe ETice-Pres
ituon H sB n cOasher
C. . 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 andpaper
ranging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. ff. MAJOR &C.
The Artistic Decorator,
F. J. SCHLIDE.
340 S. STATE STREET
Book indisg . ...5 cones and up
Solid Gold Fountain Pens--0... 1.0 and uip.
Waterman and Wirt Pens in stock and
Wholesale and Retail Paper. 34ihs. of Lin-
en Paper for 5Wc.
Chafing Dish Recipe Book I
ASK FOR ONE.
Our New Chafing Dishes are here.
W . Arnold.
Bon Bons and
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
316 SOUTH STATE' STREET.
® iVUICAL! 0
Mel Gillespie, teacher of Mandolin, Banjo
and Guitar. Instructor in the University
School of Music. 18 Fears experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
Store to arrange for hours.
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
TRY THE ...
And SAVE ao PER GENT on what you ar
now ,ying for laundry work. Leave orders
at 123 South Main Street.
Rich's Peanut Crisp ::
10c and 2 a Box at
Mu mmery's DruStore No. 3E E Washington St
Mummev s rug Soreror.P'ourth ave.