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October 14, 1897 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-14

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
PUBLIO OPINION
Has put the stamp of approval upon our..... .. . . .. ...
We have talked to you about our fine line of clothing made for us especially by Hammersiough Bros. and The Stein-Black Co. Now we take
pleasure in talking to you about our FINE FURNISHING GOODS. Our Furnishing DepartIment is exhibiting a bewilderingly beautiful stock of
Neckwear, Colored Shirts, Glovea, Underwear, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, and many accessories to man's wardrobe. But more especially we
wish to mention our beautiful line of
SWEATERZS
Made of pore worsted yarns in exclusive patterns and styles, and all they cost yon is $2.10 and $3.00. They are the same as fine furnishers exhibit,
minus their outrageous profits. No chestnuts in our line of sweaters.

221 SOTA RMAIN STRMEET,

Lindenschmitt & Apfel.

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PIANOS FOR RENT
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.,
0-207 E. Washington.
ANN ARBOR
RAILROAD,
Time Table. Sunday, Sept. 5, 1897.
TIME TABLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
8:43 a. m. *7:30am,
*1:15 a. us. 11:25 a. us.
4:4 p.m. 8:40 p.nM.
19:15 a.um. t:055p. in,
*Ruse between Ann Arbor and Toledo only,
*Runs between Toledo and Howell. This
train Sunday only. All ether trains daily
except Sunday.
E. S. GiLMO0RE, Agent
W. H BENNETT G. F. A. Toledo 0.
MIGHIGN E J,
"The iagara Falls JRoute."
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
/fall and Ei--.-3 47 B., N. Y., dCl---5 12
N. Y. Special--. 4 58 iMail.-------918
'N. S. Limited...-c6 d5 P. M.
Eastern Ex...10 oW Western Es_.3 155
AiM. G. R. &K. Ex....5 5
0. NExpres---- 5 50 Chi. Nt. Exs.--5 940
Atlantic Es .. 7 30 Pacifac Es----- 153
G. R. Express ---i1 t0
'North Shore Limited lo an extra fare train
to be a charge of 52.50 to New York than on
other trains,
U. W. RtUGGEnS, H. W. HAYES,
G. F. & T. Agt., Chicago. Alit. Ann Arbor.
U. of L Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE .STREET.
Ladles' artistic Hair Dressing up stairs
Old friend, call again. We welcome sex
ones. J. it. TROJANOWSKI,
RENTSCHLERIRE PHOTOGRAPHER
Telephone'j0. ANN ARBOR
ENOCH DIETERLE,
ErIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Calls Attended 'Day or Night. .
No,16 East Liberty Street: Resideoce, 3
Soth Fourth Ave. Phone 129.

Geo.. 8.
Parker
Foun-
tain
Pen.

HILRSFOR A...-adf.0. M, MARTIN,
.~~-JEWELRY STORE H O T LU N CHFUNERAL DIRECTOR.
rr....._Embalming a Specialty.
T GO i utosad.0 TO- r NO. :209 FOURTH AVENUE.

Uis ".. 01II. ij TUTTLE'S. 48 5. State St.
ROSS GRANGER, Teacher oi Dancing.
THOSE considering the subject of dancing are requested to call
at the office of Ross Granger for correct information in regard
to classes, private lessons, terms, etc. OFFICE: Ground Floor.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY, Maynard Street.

Among the Colleges.
Ciiccgo's score of 71 to 0 a:galinst
L~ake Forest Saturday is tie largest
so for tihis se1a011.
The following figures show tile 3a c -
T -es of the heaviest aggregalisils play-
ey lby the western colleges at an1y one
tinie this season: Chicago, licie 179.7,
baccks 1359; Wiseensiu, lint 174.3, backs
14.4; Illinsois, line 182.3, bsacks :153;
M1innesota, line 174, backs 112; Porldoc,
une_ 172, sacIs -130.5; Michigaii, it
170, bsacks 155.
MIUStIAXI. N OTI'CE.
Beiginncing stuentlcs in vocalia1t, also
those desiring frainingii oicral~e
singing will finl in Mr. B~oris L. an-
apcol, of 'Detro'it, an able a311:1 xtccr-
dotced teacher. MNlr. ll 1.3i i
gracisltealesld foruicer teacher in tile
llcyal1 Conservalory of itussla at Kief,
which gave the wocrld our Rtubeseinl.
Tscliaikosvsky, (tlink~caicuindticlosff.
Hourss for instrction in the Ann ,Ar-
bcor clacss mnay lbe arranigedi with Jas.
1'.Armistronlg, 70)7 'Chitrchist.
Sttudents intendsing to tle(Coturse 0
wNill please Oring note hooks to the lee-!
lore on Thursday in Rosom 24, ulver-
sity Htall.

IIiiW VLtTERlAY1'iT..
An implotlant ecnge is iiade in
Semitic Hlislory anid Hebcrew Literat-
lore. The course ill Semitic Ilistsry
will be givenicthcc.seond semester-
lice course inelsresv Literature the
firsit semlester, ill Tapcpan Hall, tRooim
2, Tuesdacy and Thursday cat 4. The
object -of 'the course is 1o explain the
lxslorecl coiiditions ucnder wichlthe
Oldt Testanieent litersaturo grew, to
ipoint out the parrllel records of hits-
try containc'in the mlonum~lental rec-
ords of Assyrial, aud to slioy the vital
connuectionlbetsweenl Old test imiit
Prophiecy anditi Asyrian anl(] Egytianl
history., The first lecture u-ill tcbe givenl
'Tcueoday the 1211c, 'lappunc a ll T, 1R00a:
24 p. in. Stu~dents wholi hve alreccty
(llrollt'd in Seiic Ii istsry c-acdvis:-
cd to trancsfer Ito ilelcresy1Literalture
as :111 ilitilleale connectisli exists be-
tweenthi tIwo courses.
NOTICE TO tIA:S'S FOOT)BALl.
Manal~gers of class fosthicll, tennis iii-
leldlilig'to compilete for thet'initesi"clhiss
clilluliosllp, nmtst sig::ify their in.
tfition 10ole ibefore Octohber 20.
H. 1. ITEA LD;
Assistant 1Matia, cr.

Ambulance sight or day.
Residence, 102 Fifth Avenue.
ANTON TEUFEL,
HEADQUAR1TERS FOx
Trunks, Valises. ])ress Suit Cases. and
Telescopes.
Trusts and Valises repaired seatly and
cheaply Ns. 307$S. Main Street.
DETROIT, M'ICH.
C. II. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic decorators"
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. II. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic Decorator.
TANDJ2M'S!
'To Pent!!!1
The Larges Line of Bicycles, Sun-
dries and Supplies at
K.I STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone No. 0. One door East of Ameri-
cas House.
The Nance the (,garantee.
SPALDING'IS
Foot Bail Supplies For '97
Every Requisite for the Game.
Alanagers will do welto wrIte
for samples asd special rates
t before purchasing.
The Spaldiing Official
Foot Ball.

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RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER,
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR,
KINDERGARTEN, . ro
Gali and See- Us,r
The Famous "Jsseph Bshmsan," and Washburn
MANDOLINS ~GUITARS
Ftor Sale at
SCHAEBERLE'S M1usic Store
14 W. Liberty St.. Ann Arbor
N. B. - We have practicing
. rooms for music utudents.,

.®......a..

25 CENTS @ @ @
tent so much frsa tooth brush that is warranted to he oil right. If the
' j bristlesucome out of one of our 25 cent bruhes it's our brush.
PA~mERS 'PH RMACY
3061 SOUTH STATE STREET.
-University School of Dancing,

Terms

Hteet.,

14Y.s 0 cent

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