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October 07, 1896 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-10-07

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THE UNIViERSITY OF MICHIGAN l)MLY.
IEverything ,;_ A LO I C
Jfor the. Gym Istyle, Quality and Fit Guaranteed.
I Hatters, Fine Furnishers and Trailors. Sole Agents, Royal Tailor,-
IBig Turkish Bath Tow- Youman's Hats, Rulop Hats and Waterhouse Neckwear.
Sels, Sponges, Soap, Rub- No. 9 South Main Street, - - - Ann .Arbor, Mich.
Sber Caps, Flesh Brushes, V:t - - ado:;~p
/ Etc / * any adres. Prnic5'
ICALKINS' --PHARMACY. Stretly ark
ANSTERFER'S THOSE
ox efotionexy, T iK O
26 -TWO STORES- NEW Standard
26South State Street and

-Cor. Fourth and Washington Sts. 1 H A T S

Ul., 91nu
World.

"Telephone Both Stores.
-.Anlton Teufel,
Irenks, Valises, ress Suit Cases
AND) TELESCOPES.
Trunks and Valises Repaired Neatly and
Cheaply. No. 5'S. MH in st.
STATE STREET TAILOR,
A full line of--
Scotch and English Suitings
and Trosuserings..
The Name the Guarantee
A, 0. SPALDING & BROS.
The largest manufacturers and dealers in
the world.
Cornplete Catalogue Fall and WVVinter Sots
Mailed Firee. Offiial Football Guide. edited
by;Walter CamsU, 10 cents.
FOOTBALL SUPPLIES
EVERYTHING FOR THE PLAYER
Canvass and Moleskin lace front Trousers
and Jadkets, Shoes, Stockings,I erseys, Shin
Guards, Abdomen Supporters, Head Protec-
torn and Mrrill's Nose Mask,
MUM'SRIIOFFICIAL ITENIFATIONAL Fill RALI
Offially adopted by. the Intercollegiate
Fool Btall Associaslon for the fifth consecu-
tive year (1155).
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Mew York, Chicago, Piladelphia,
MSDETING OF GRAND LODGE, F. &
A. 1I., CINCINNATI, OttlO,
OCTOBER 2(-22.
Agents of Ohio Central Lin~es will sell
tickets October 1i9 and 2(0 at one fare
for round trip fronm all pointo in Ohio,
good returning until October 23.
The Ohi Central Linen are runnling
solid vestibuled trains from Detroit
and Toledo to Cincinnati, without
chsnge. 17
ANNUAL CONVENTION BRtOTHtEt-
HOOD OF ST. ANDREW, PITTS-
BURG, PA., OCT. 14-13.
Agents of Ohio Central Lines will
tell tickets at one fare for round trip
Ocetober 12, 13 and 14, good returning
until October 20. 161
Subscribe for the Daily.

GOOIDSPEE-D'S,
SOL.E AGENTrS.

U, OF M. CALENDAR.
Thtrsla. (ci 5 8 is, 11.,Es i

Mlelloristl Hall-l'aelllly GColteelI.
Fr-iday, (Oet. 9,Sp.1)1. .-FoolleslI
111s0simeeltig in lllivetl'iy Hall.
Saturday, 'Oet. 30,I3 p. 51., Athletic
Fieldl. Football gametI with lillssldlle1
College.
Saturday, Ost. 1t0, 8 p. ill., univers-
isy 1-1ax11 Lecture in Ihe S. IL. A.
course by Ghlauncey 1l. Deipew..
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
L. t'.«Walkisy, last years b~siiess
mtatsager of lt'e Diy, 'is ints oil,
Presisdent Angell wsill slot bse abls' to
meet Ibis class it Internatlional Law-
tomlorrowY.
Rlegent Barbsour, of Detroit, camle
clown to Alnn Arbor yesterday 011 I'M-
veesity business.
The facade of t'llis-crsity 111sh11sas
been undergoinlg sesue very miuittte
scrutiny lately for Hteraly Ipairbos ss
from lueltbers of one of ttehEnglish
classes.
Thso meetinlg of eollege wvomlenlan-
nounced for loot Sitnuy ,at wichi Dr.
M10s11r and Mt's. Wood-Allen w-crc to
have given addresses, has besn set for
next Sunday.
T1he Engineering Society u-ill hold ;a
sueeting for tile election of a presi-
(lent on Friday evening, Oct. 9, illI
tile Engineering Building. 0111'y55me1-
bernsu-bose dues are plad s itre en-
titled to vote.
There 'sill be a meeting of the ot!-
cern nnd cxeceutive cosusuittee of the
Republican Club today (Wednesday),
at 4 o'clock, at 9 Thompson st. Thse

I lctling is 01inlillsrldt 0115'neasid a
ftill attesldanlce is; vlesirsti.
Asssolllcestlesstis maOde of a.pos-
pe'th-ecirsiouto ('antonl on ()(-to-
be T-'1, ins ullicoil slltgt suenllsrsu;lh-
ou1t lhe l'ount5ry- s-illpar'ticilmte. Ar-
rallgc'll'sts ass'tbsissg suasit'for a Stsc--
1511a traiss for tUniversitv studsesnts, at .1
s-cry loss- sate.
Massosnic studcsmts as-c reqll'stc'clt1
sssedt the tollmiftee of tic' I. of \t.
Ma sonic ('lubsaohI.l-cllay evensinlg. Oct.
Itat 7:3(), illtile MasolicT'eulhle.
The110MAlsolie Clubictlcfu-ill bold as
llsecstislg on Saurday3, (C, 10, as Ike
same l'hou~r and lac 5ce.
Mr. Johnlston desires that stu-
cleuts elccissg ltistory 3t uill
fusrnishl tll'seiseo e with Osustus
"Ilistosy Iof England" for ready
s'cfereuee, anld tse "Englis-h
blisloricol1Iteprtts,' N's. 1. for 'uT nt-
tea exercises. Coturse 51will lelde
leo miles and. tlsOelsiie,011the eousti-
tustion of Ike umark, ralonster'ly, lviWil-
ollip. Iparishl,suanos', andl smonic'ipa~lity,
asd on thelecxcutis-e, llldicias, asnc leg-
ilbltilve branches of sihe cntral gov-
erunment in mletdiaeal Enugh-il.
Cotsrse 27 will beginuwit.sith111 discus-
,;!oi of Itritisi libeari's, of miaterias,
anld of histories of general sittsttoI
t ie student of Elnglish History. Per-
cons wishing to consult wvithltOe in-
structor will fsid him in 1100111 F, at
9 a. um., IAtendays. Wednesdays and
Fridays.
U. of Al. Dining t1all, (12 H. Liberty
st We alkn to please; if not, please
tell us wily; if we do, please tell your
friends. $2.50 per weep. 25
kSubscribe for the Daily.

GRAND OPENING
OF
COL[EGE 1EXT BOOKS
ATTHEE
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE, STATE STREET.
We have a large stock of New
and Secondhand Law, Medical, L.
french, German, Greek and Latin
Text Books, which we wiil sell to
students at lower prices than ever.
Note Book and Lctut Paper
by the pound 15c, 2Wc and 25c.
Watermnans Ideal Fountain Pes
Every one warranted or money
refunded. Drawing Instru-
snts and Drawisg Boards,
Sheehan S&-Co.,
PROPRIETORS.
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
LAW BOOKS!
Buy nll you cais afford for
present and future uso at our
Lowest Prices 1
We shall be hee for a few
days only .. - ..
Callaghan & Co.,
LAW PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO
At scleede's, 50 south State st.
ALARM CLOCKS!
o Good ones that are
warranted
$1.OO $1.00
WM. ARNOLD, LEADING JEWELER.
FREDERICK J. SCHLEEDE
UNIVERSITY BOOK BINDERY.
inds Books from 25 cents upwards.
Sells Soid Gold otal ens for $1.00, and
3lbu of Linen Paper for 55 ents.
50 S. STATE' ST.
MUSIC STUDIO.
PIANO AND COMPOSITION.
R. H. KBIVIP
From Stttfart Conservatory, Germany,
22 S. DIVISION ST.
GRLAND 0C11MANDBRYEItRNIGHITS
TEMIPLAEt, DAYTON, 014t0.,
OCTOBER 11-1.
Agents of Ohio Central Lines will
sell tickets October 1:3 and 14 at one
fare f or round trip, good returning
until October 17. The Ohio Central
Lines are running solid trains from
Detroit and Toledo to Dayton and Cin-
cinnath without change. 12
Dewey. Of the course offered, two
Delivery Free Today.

'J f S That have perfect combustion and do not
soeor smell:
The New Rochester, The Yale, The New Royal, The Perfec-
tion Student, The Princess Student, The Empress Student, all
nickel plated, with lalest improvements. We sell what we ad-
vertise and guarantee quality of goods and are never undersold,
DEBAN 8& COMPANY.
44 South Mfain Street.

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