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THE U.N I VE RSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UMVERSITY OF MIG'1-IIGAN DAILY.

The Store
40th ADiYersary
1hanks*9iyio g
Sale,
Saturday, This Week.
The "Michigan Pin"-the
Block M, enameled in Yel.-

Ascot Ties
NEW SHAPES, CENTS
LATEST PATERNS. worth
Will regret it you $1.25,
miss it. $"$
itliS it.and $2.
GO OD S PEED'S.
MAIN STREET.
SNAPPY BREEZES
HOW TO WARD THEM OFF-GET OUR UNDERWEAR.
We are offering TWO SPECIALS-
Heavy ribbed and fleeceds
Heavy Jersey fitting
$1.00
Combination Suits 1.g WAGNER & COMPANY,
4.50 Furnishers
123 SOUTIH MAIN !TREET
Lamps Expr e 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

low and Blue on soli I silver; 214 South Main Street.

DEAN & COMPANY.

worth 75c or a pott ,ACrys-
anthemum in bloom
With every pair of Ladies'
Greatest Jacket
Sale
of the season.
3-SAMPLE LINES-3
Pin and Plant,
BOTH FREE
With every Jacket sold
SAT U R-DAY.
MACK &'CO.

New Rules in Athletics.
Last Friday forenoon a conference
of representatives of the seven lending
colleges of the west set at the Ohi-
cago Beach Hotel. The meeting was
called by Professor Stagg,. and he was
i the choir during the session. Pro-
fessor Knowlton, of the University of
Michigan ncted as secretary. It was
the longest conference in the history
of the association and lasted for over
nine hours. At the close it was de-
cided to 'have an annual ieeting of
the lyoard in Chicago every year tabout
Thanksgiving day.
Besides the committee to improve tho
football rules a comniittee consisting
of Professor J. Scott Clark, Professor
J. C. Knowlton and Professor C. A.
Waldo was appointed to detertoine the
umeaning of the term "college student."
'The colleges were represented as fol-
lows:
trofessor J. E. Woodbridge, Univer-
si ty of Minnesota.
Professor H. H. Everett, University
of Illinois.
Professor J. C. Knowlton, University
of Michigan.
tProfessor J. C. Elsom, Utniversity of
Wisconsin.
Professor C. A. Waldo, Purdue Uni-
versity.
Professor J. 'Scott Clark, Northwest-
ern University.
Professor A. A. Stagg, University of
Chicago.
Changes in the rules which govern
athletics in the west were suggested
and imnsortant steps taken toward act-
ing indgpendently of the eastern col-
leges. A very brief synopsis of the
rules and resolutions passed by the
conference is as follows:
Existing athletic regulations are to

be altered regardless of the eastern col-
leges.
A four year limit to be placed upon
college athletes.
Preparatory students to be barred
from college athletics. -
Games with colleges not parties to
the agreement to be Tegarded as
"practice games."
S "Suummer 'nines" to be discouragec.
tRough football to be further elitti-
inated by the abolition of mass plays.
The rules will do away with the last
vestige of professionallsi, and football
tin particular will be benetiteti. The
trules governing the great college
sports will be so changed as to elimi-
nate all the objectionable features
that a committee of experts are able
to discover. Professor Stagg of the
University of hiciago will be a motn-
her of this important committee, and
two ether members will be draftes and
presented for approval to the members
of the conference before Jan. 1, 1898.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The class of 1ht00' holds its second
social in Granger's Academy o n the
eveizing of Dec. 3rd.
The Forty Club has fixed Dec. 10th
as' the date for its next dance which is
held in Graniger's Academy.
A new club has just been organized
by a number of the University . stu
dents. They have named it the Friday
Club and they give their Prst tarty at
Granger's Academy, Dec. 11th.
1 AD STUDENTS.
All classes in dancing at (ranger's
Academy are under 'the personal ill-
struction of Mr. and Mrs. toss Grang-
er.
"Fallen Among Thieves" at'the Ath-
es Theater tonight.

W. . BOoo,. Pres. W. ARNoLD,1st Tice-pres
J. V. SaEHA, 1dic-pes.
JOHs C. WALe, Ast. Cashier.
State - Savino Bak,
Transacts a general Banking busi-
ness.
THE ANN ARBOR SAYINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, $1,00,00.
Organized under theseeral Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
Uniled States. Drats cashed upon proper
dentificatt n. Safety deposit boes to rent,
OrFIEcas: Christian Mack Pres.; W n.
1arrimaVice-Prs' Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: R. .. Fritz Asstat Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKo gansiz" 1
Capital, $100000. Surplus and Profits, 140,000
Transacts a general bankin business.
Foreigsnexchange bought and sod. Furnish
setters of credit,
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
Vice Pres
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier
sf rT5 ENErHi1&nk
Cor. Mai and Huron Streets.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus, 30,000.. Transact a
general basing busness.
R. KEMPF, Prs. C. . .aNE, Tice-Pres
FRED. H BELSERCashier.
C. . MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wail 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. H. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decorator,
F. J. SCHLEEDE.
340 S. STATE STREET
Book Binding- - 2censand up
Solid old Fountain Pens--.i0 ad up.
Waterman and Wirt Pens in stock and
Pens Repaired,
Wholesale and Retail Paper, 3 tbs, of Lin-
en Paperfor 50c.
FRIEI
Chafing Dish Recipe Book!I
ASK FOR ONE.
Our New Chafing Dishes are here.
Y Y"A
Fine Confections,
Bon Bons and
Chocolates.
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
316 SOUTH STATE STREET.
p MUSICAL !@
Mel Ollespie, teacter oc Mandolin, Banjo
and Guitar. Instructor inthe University
School of Music. 18 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Music Co's.
Store to arasge for hours . .
HOLMES' LIVERY
STABLE.
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
TRY THE . .. .
Toledo
Steam
Laundry
And SAVE o. PER CENT on what you are
s nw ying for laundr work. Leave orders
a 1 3 SnailsAlain Street..

Rioh's Peanut Orisp :: :
10c and 20c a Box at .
No.123 E. Washington St
Mummery's ]Druz Store Go.lFourth ave

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