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October 25, 1897 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-25

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THE UIVERSITY OF MICIGAN DAILY.

CHEST PROTECTORS j
AND CHAMOIS VESTS! i
IThis is the time of year "A4
Swhen we need protectione
from the raw, ccld winds.4
A chest protector is much4
Imore safe to wear than a sweat-
er becanse yon don't have to4
*leave it oif when yon "dress4
up," and being out of sight, it
9don't make a man look slonchy 4
* at any time. We have them 4
for ladies, too - dainity, well
9made and comfortable. 4
50 Cents Upward.
9CALKINS' - PHARMACY.
The Store-
STYLISH DRESSERS
FURNISHINGS
CORRECT FADS
Of all manner of articles that go to;
made up a gentlemen's wardrobe
hlown for the first time here.
FISK, CLARK & FLAGOS
Complete line of fine neckwear.1
EI. & W." COLLOARS, Newest Shapes1
_ Barkers Perfect Fitting Collars.
Night Robes 50c to $1.00. e
Laundered Shirts, 75c to $1.50.
Bath Rohes $250 to $3.10.
Fancy Hose 25c to 75c. U
Black Hose 12%c to 50c. h
Mens' Sweaters 40c to $4.00.
Street or Dress Gloves $1.00 to $2.001
Umbrellas 76c to $4.00. I
Fine Suspenders 15c to $1.00. h
Newest Novelties in'
Cuff Links, Shirt Studs,r
Collar Buttons, etc.
Mens' Fine Under--
wear 25c up. '
Mens' Fancy Front.:
Shirts 50c.r
MACK & Co1

Nothings.
Like them over seen in Ann
Arbor before. There is a
styie and finish about our
gods that quality alone can
give. Sec north window.
GOODSPEIED'S.
MAIN STRIEET.

WE MAKE CLOTHES FOR ME
WE IIAVE THlE PREVAILING BUT EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS
OP WOOLENS FOR OVERICOATS, BUSINESS AN D FULL
DRtESS SUITS. ALSO THE NEW THINGS IN TROUSER.
INGS. WE REQUEST YOU TO LOGE THlET OVER NOW.

I13 Suth Main Street.

WAGNER & CO., Importing Tailors.

Lamps Expressly 4o. 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
wielight, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of thle city in our canIs at 10c per gallon. For
sale only by

DEAN & OMPANY.

214 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. I"la' lle ulingerIpllayed on lt'e1)0-
"A Baggage UCheck' will -be tbeat-( Iroit Athlletic Club tloam Saturday
traction at1the1AthensTheater011101' lisilt 1'teDuquesne 1'Athltic Club
of Pittslslrg. Althloughlit i as his irst.
row- alight.
A 11ewchaplter of 111he111 iomml el ;nt ehalo'd11c yinot
Delta has just bellnestabllisheld at :110 l1blyilug his 01115011011. Denby, 5110111-
Uso-ovrsity of Illinoso. fall'96.1>1. lytl 001111r10n1d11e1(1tie
Ml"s. l'iliflO1', aecolllpslllied by 11v M i-sIligilty \Wagolllrst ovenl. 110111ll en-
liugree, G~ear a111 Davis, of Detroit.,1.1111(0 111d Denlby will play inl 1h1
wer 01gosts at the1'Alpha D-lta UPhi 1lll1111liiml10e et %atulrdy.
11110e0(Saturday. Today's Tennis Matches.
110111 IW. Job, U'. of "i. '85, 1.'87. of N 1a010hv onllyl 011
the Girml of _Me-Aurdy S Job, of Cli- tenis tournamlent Osince last Tf1Iesday.
0010. ills dissolved 111s partnelrsipC tdy11. il(0111,n 1010
andi will 110a10110e110111'itn.C:Ilieago. 0011110 at 2 olo sarp. The 00111
Woillbacller, ovhsovas elected cap- fiaals iu first cIlss singles an~d one
1t111 of 1110 Mich~iga tam btlO m011.at1ch11 1001 1 in i'the 'semi-final 1 roun~d of
has1 been prvent10d by sicltnlOOO Leon1 douibles will be'pliayedI. Tile 11115101i'5
playing, witnessed 1110 pr101i0e511 Illi - ill 1110hrot class semlli-finals10arc blip-
lnois Fold last 'T'esday115 iglt.--Plo' ley vs. 1I11ss01 at 4 p. mn.; anld I. DalI-
1111111. forih vs. AMee 1at 2 11. 1in. 111 11511111
'P~e lexlllletllgof 110Milli It . Danfoeli a1d1 Herrick will play
Plitiical Scienlce Associationl will be (1000 andt'Mee at 4 .p. ill. Tile tallow-
he1ld at Ann Arbor. Oet. 21)t11rind 30111. ~inatces are scheduled iu tile soc-
iThe sessions15will bliel1111ill'Tappanlansolda11s s turnam~ent: li'irsi roun~d.
Itall. Tile full p~rogramG will be lprint- Verdier vs. Denby, Colbuell vs. lacobs,
ed later. Lockwood vs. W~ilbur, Baoriow vs. Jer
College Balines .Nturd.iy resulted as negan, Ilteigelulaun vs. Osborn; sec-
follo~w 5: Chicago 21, Noel itw-een 6;011(d rotund, 81111100 vs. winnelr of tile
Illinois 34, Purdue -1; Anies College 12, Verdier-Dely contest.
Minnsot 10;Harard18, row 0; S. C. A. Sunday's Address.
Princeton 101, Cornell 0; Ya1le 24, InI-
ians 0i; Uennoylvania 41,. Iafayette 0; "Tile Sources of our Belief in till
-Notre Damno 4, DeP~luw 0. Bible" uas the subject of Prof.
Yesierday's Detroit tFree Uress 0011- D!Ooge's address in Newberry Hall
tainedl a full-page write-tip, withlIillus- yesterday morning. In introduction,
tratiols. of til e chlanical lalboratory. tile professor dealt with tile value of
rile stuperintendent's office withl Prof. the Biblical writinogs as literature 11111
C'. G. Talylor at his desk, is tile subt- thleir intfluenlce upo11the authlor of oue
oct of one of tile illutisratioos and( it 0o10 tine. Bitt tiheir chief worth to
is dtotI Prof. Talylor that 1110 tree 110.lito saitd, was nat ias literatuore.,lout
Press was enabled to se0ur0 so Hoch as a revelation froll GadtIsthe imdi-
valuable umaterial u11)011tile subject. victual 111113 to direct 11hI rligioulsle.
Gunther's Chicago Candies!
-.-=-IN BULK OR IN PACKAGES FROM 5c UP
-AT--
Mumm ry' ~ SoreNo. 1lB N.Washington Sn,
MUm erV Dru x M re Car. Fourth asve.

W. J. BOOH, Pres. W ANOsLD, 1st Vic-pres
J. V. SansoA, 25 Vic-pres.
JOHN C. WAL, Ass. Cashier.
StA - Savings - Bask
Transacts a general Banking busi-
ness.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Slck 10,00. Surpu, 81501,00.
Resources, 81,0000
Ognzdunder the General Banking Lawn
sellhs State. Recives deosits, hys and
elsexchange ne principal cities afthIe
IUnited States. Drafts cashed upn prper
I dentilcatian. Safely depsit bxes to rent.
FICERrS:o Cristan Sack Pres.t W. 1D.
Harriman Vic-Pres; Ca E. Hiscock
ashier: SIl. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN KO"ganlsedrlol
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Prfits, $4,055
Transacts a general banking business.
roreign exchange bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
E. . KINNE Pres. HARRISON SOUL.
Vice Pres
S. W. CLARESON Cashier.
Cr. Sain and Huron Street.
Captlai850,00. Surplus, $30,00. Transact a
general banking business.
I. Rpmpr, Prs. C. E. GENEo, Vice-Pres
Penn. H. BELSn. Casher-
CALLAGHAN
9 9 3405S. STATE STREET
Law Books
F. J. SOMLEEDE.
340 . STATE STREET
Book Binding........... 1,coas and up
Salid Gold Founain Pes .....1.00 and up.
Waerman and Wirt Pens in stock and
Pens Repaired.
Whoesale and Retail Paper, a% lbs. of Lin-
en Paper for isc.
STEINS !
A RED - HOT LINE
-AT --Lai
WMt ARNOL Jeee
Music Studio
PIANO, PIPE ORGAN
AND COMPOSITION.
CONCERT PIANO TUNING
R. . KE1VPF,
From Stuttgart Conservatory,
Germany.
312 SOUTH DIVISION STREET.
@ MUSICAL ! @
Mel Gillespe, teacher of Mandolin, Banjo
and Gutar. Istructor in Ie University
Schooi of Music. 1 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Arbor Musc C's.
Store to arrange for hours. : .1.1.l
Holmes Livery
Stable!
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
F IRE During the past ten
FR 11 years the Toledo
Laundry Co. have kept their custom-
ers goods insured against fire, a fact
that is appreciated by their patrons'
Best of work and Prompt Delivery.
Branch Ofice 123 South Main St.,
Ann Arbor, Mich

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