THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN- DAILY.
4 TIff IJMVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
IReady for You.
Best effects for season '97-Black,
Blue, Brown, Drab, Groy and
fancies - perfectly tailored-
$5 to $20.
G0 0ID8PBE D°1.
117I MAIN STREET.
U.niversi ty Sichoo1 of Dancing,'
State Street, opposite Law Building.
Terms $5.00 a scmester - - Single evenings 53 cents.
Office-427 Thompson Street.
W. J. BOOTH, Pres. W. ARNaOt,lit Vice-es
J. V. SaiEiiNa, 2d Vice-pres.
JOeN. WAL.Asst. Cashier.
State - Saviolo - Badk
Transacts a general Banking busi-
Cor. Main and Haron Streets.
Capitali $50,tit. iurpius, $30,000. Transact a
general banking business.
RI. KnMPF, Prrs. . ..nGREEN, Vice-Pms
FEDe. H. antisRCashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ctapitai Stick, $50,000. Surpius, $1i0,000.
Organised under the tGenerai Banking Laws
of this State. Receives depisits, bays aed
seiis exchange in the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed spin proper
identification. Safety depisit buses tn reel,
OFFaCERS: Christian Mack Pres.; W. D.
Hiarrimsas Vice-Pres'; Uhas E. Huscch,
Cashier: Ni. 5.Frits Assistant Uashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK f n[1rbo
Capitai, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, U.0,000
Transacts a general bashing business.
Foreign exchange bought and soid. Furnisis
letters if credit.
E. ID. KINNE, Pins. HARRISON SOULE,
S. W. CLARtKSON. Cashier.
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The ad j Ting cutsr represent
2 of r Gnany styles of
LADIES' WELT SHOES
Once More Doing Business
HIOLMIES' LIVERY, 515 E. LIBERTY ST.
We have oponedl up one of the finest livery barns in the state, with
elegant carriages and fine horses.. Woultd like to have our old custom-
ens remember that we are still on earth. We also kindly solicit new
trade. Telephone io6, Old and New.
That we are
These shoes are all of this
season's Last and Paterns and
were formerly sold at
$3.50 and $3.00
We have got more than we
wish to carry over to next
sea son, henoe this great offer
Weltgoles. Sizes 2 1-2 to 8.
Lamps Expressly w students' Use
"The Rochester,' 'The Yale," "The Royal." "T hi Perfection,"
"The Beruin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price from
$1.00 to $2.50 each..
OIL Every student should use Dean's 'Redl Star." It gives a pore
wielight, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at lee per gallon. For
sale oiniy by
214 youth Main Street. DBACOMP NY
The Fiecommrcended Ruins. into ilenitccittre t iiitlatree in. i
- tiel lit'thequairter bltclart' allot-edin
2;: oiion offooZall 2ules a be t~ slyItcliad the line. IWive m72
at Norflrsvtsstcern 1tii'trsitty. Athnt he n ldf et'linhe. 'iblis tdtes iitt,
wxili net benefit tliii' it, .'xet'It it'egward''back o(ithit'eiiiicalan~a.
mniner -detalis. '['Pcioly' rill's ili i'iti1,yi, but it donc s'vaieth'i eim'iiantl
meets tile atii'tvtil of all 's tiiiocerl ii aike thit'ilessiidongerouc.'
''al(il 'igcrolilg. ('cciian iiloeeer l'footiiii~,s'tagg is:s "Ill rrga'rtl
says ith 1011c le iii'es theprsed rui 'iles t heIi.loilts, I )iliictnliictd, asI
will nsot be adopted. wsas coiuvin(csl ..aaiy is last ceacsit}
At the Univ ersity of Chicago, the. that aily t('atnniyt11 a liii.' that eolle
opinion seemis to be that the chaigos ititd at 'all i'ttldlaslie tile plate kick
are ftor thte better. to advantage. 11 tdt'c iit take a gotot
'When Professor Stagg nwis acketd to kicker to use the ptlty. Gatrtier or
extlain 1st. v tile inewvrleint0 regoati city oilher of !everttl of oiir players
to calling thelit ack dliffered front ctuid bave ,lthe pit lay ilt lie Ilt.-
the ,cldi one, Mliescid: "In the oltd rifigtsit7,11'coallie nearly at will as Hericti-
there was describted anii iagisary iterger. I feicciotlaciger ltinisielf adinlic
quatlirangle, hichlafoa' one tlimena~oiniixadh proe ihoeo a
had five naiin on the line, anti for the iug the place ki k less lala.ble than
other . linle five yards long, drawn the drop kick.
hock m"a lieenmds of the line us It "I have net yet heard fromiociii
stood. Byc the old Tut'1, inside thainseshools ini regartd to the rufle, lint nit
qridaangle thee conldl he the quairter' sending oast copites to experts ini the
sback and foul oilier players, °arranged east as wall. as in the west. Whlat we
iii 'any formation whatsoever, ,while want in thli moter is to -get the best
another player conld he placed 'anry- opiniion. If whe have done nothing else
where otulde of (lie quadrangle. This in t(le riles, we have at last rmade
made it Vci ti ally po0. ihle- to uas '(hem o they can Ito readti ltligitaly.
six sin en aiiyisoint in the line, anilRe fore they wevel, patchiwo rk, where
in several 'f inatirns this wa sdne in '(here were contrtidictions and obsso-
with injury to the players- ,lit the Iete arts."
C. O. 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 host of work men
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. KI. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decortor,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
Latest Novelties in Winter
and Spring GarmentS.
COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
One block west of Unirersity.
Bon Bons and
200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.
316 SOUTH STATE STREET,
O MUSICAL! @
Mel Gillenpie, teacl'er of Mandolin, Basn
and Guitar. Instructir is ike University
School of Music. 18 yearn experience as
a teacher, Call at Ann Arhir Music Cons.
Stirs to arrange cur hur. .-
On Watches, Diamsonds, Wheels or other Per-
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
Office at residence, 33alE. Liberty St., Ann Ar-
nor. Mich. Allibuniness coed destiaL. Hous,
Stou11:i0ia.us. andl1to 3:30 and 7to 9 so.
Joseph C. Watts.
Bargains in Second-hand Watches and Dia-
And SAVE 20 PER CENT on whan wonusinS
now paying for laundry work. Leave orders
at 123 South Mains Street.
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4Ldies' Romo A~aski
Consignment No. I
Oar first parfhase of Spring Nckwgarhus just ars i'ed.' Are they
w bheautiful? Look at pur window and judge for yourself.
FOR UNE 'iVEEK-Warms, Lined iId-Movs-regular price $1i50, price for this
ouh AGNER & COMPANYf
L1 U 123 Su h af isM et. _ TAILORS.