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THE U. OF M. DAILY

THE TWO SAMS.
AGENTS FOE-
-*6 YOUMANS" AND KNOX HATS. C~v
Novelties in Neckwear. Latest in Furnishings.
Call and see us.

-The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
N. B-We still have a nice assortment of ILight Weight Overcoats
to be closed out at Greatly Reduced Prices.

Ann Arlio? Btain1Lglllily, CO0A L. GEORGE L. MOORE, (Mor tobe.
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL. A Full Linee ofsit College Text Sooks, including Law andl Medical IBoos, by the ctares
('ALL oN Chespese place tor lVote Boohksad Fountain Pelso in the city. Freshmen crowdtin. Come slsng
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. M_ Sold fri.ends.Isnow hsvemy entireestockhat mystore on No. GCS. M AINSTr.
Off ice. - 23 South Fourth Ave "No. 1t WEST WASuINGTON STREET. GEO. IZ. M00 E

WAH'SBOOKSTORE, DOWN TOWN.1
Every Student will save money by buying University Text-Books and all supplies aIt Headquarters. We allow.
special discosut01n LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS. DENTAL BOOKS, in Abort, every Book (toed in the
University. 5,C00 Bilank Books at lowest prices.
LEADING BOOK STOBE IN THlE CITY.

BUSINESS DTRLOTOL.Y.
G-ILL SNrOW 's
LIVERIY, IHACK AND) BAGtGAGiE :I.12
Orers for 5rains, parties, rdddieco, etc.,
S propti lyltened .Is
Telephone68. 21 N.5Min.St..opp. 5os1 Office.
S MISS JUDITH GRAVES,
-IA NIST
Htighest Grades Taught. Apply at Wilsey's
Music Store.
TI HE - X1CE5,SSOR - IAUN1 DRV
I-is olthe improved '.imachiner y, and(1itopre.
pared toturn outiirstt clsocworkon chore as-
Prieesnreasoonable andsork aaarantrrd. No-
i O Fast1 Hu(rlo l. A..If'. fliii Oft). ir pt iet.is.

1RiQhmont{ Straight Qcit. I Unity Club.
No. 1 -
CIGARETTES. hthe Unity Clubi lakes pleasutre in
Cigarette Smokers who anntouncing to the citizents and stu-
r' are witing to Day a little
more than the price dents of Anin Arbor wvhat it believes
charged or the ordloaraoh h fns or
r ' trado Cigrettes.,ilfind t etefns ore of lectures,
Tho BRAD upeio t all others. papers, mutsical evenings, readings,
Ile5b The Richmond Straightdrmtcad rteetin ns
Cut No. IlCigarettes are made from the bright- drmtcad atetranet,
eat, most delicately flavored and highest cost
Gold Leaf grown in Virginia. Thin is the Old ever offered hy the Club, or from
and Original Brand of Straight Cat Cigarettesny, te oreinti iy n
and wa broghtout by us in the year 18t5. ay ole orei hsct.Ai
Beware nr imitatios, and observe that the ispie famsinhv
firm name an below tu ne every paehage. low as isprieofamsonhv
The ALLEN & GINTER Branch
Of the American TnbacconCo., been in the past, it proposes to take
Manueacturers, - - Richmond, Virginia. a decided step in advance this sea-
kgtjj-' ; NgalhjllvV jjk son, and sell season tickets admitting
to all this splendid programme (> 9
Capita, $50,000. Surplus atad Protsi, $17,tM.
Does a general Banhing business. Pays in- evenings, including mfrs. ILivermore's
terest on Saving Depouits. Has saeety lecture and the musical concerts) for
Deposit Boxes ear Rent.
. KEMPF, Pres. F. N. BELSER, Cashier. one dollar. The course includes
Banh oven Saturday evenng.
the folloswing:
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Mrs. Mary A. Livermore, lecture
Ann Arbsr Mich. Capital Stoch, $50,000,
surplus, $100.110. on "Columbius and the TDiscovery of
Organized under the General Banhing Laws
at this state. Receives Deposits, buys and America"; Coli Sylvestr arued,
noenls ehange un the principal cities oC theesr
United States. Orafts cashed upon proper of Detroit," Reminiscences of Wash-
identification. Offlceras:
CHRISTA MACa, Pres., ington in the days ofClyWesr
W. D. HARRIMAN, Vice Pres.,ClyWesr
CHAS. E. RISOCKeI, Cashier. and Calhouna"; Rev. Chas. Fluhrer,
You Probably have some lBroken Arti- of Grand Rapids, "A Bay on tse
doe of Rhine," spletndidly illustrated, 57
JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT lantern views; and papers or lectures

There are 1 90o college piapers in
the United States.-Ex.
The faculty of Northsw-estern ii

versity has put a slot) to the catie DE. ARTIN,
rusts. 't'his probably settles it for Cloth Caskets, M~etallic
twvo or three years to conie. Cur-_ ANtI COMMON COFFINS. __
nell also prohibits class rushing snd t .LA. POLHEMUS,
cane rushing this year. , 1I 8 ,~
ALSO 'BUS BTACK AND IBAGGAGE LINE.
- - i - -20oct1h Main Street.
NOTICE-There will be a meeting RINSEY & SEABOLT,
of the Republican Club this Monday Bahersand dealern in
evening at 7:30, in the law lecture Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
room. Reports of campaigns in the - tn E aheu t
different states will be received. All J. H AL L E R,
republicans turn out. T=T:m
W. C. TiCHENOE, Pres. Rtepairinganspecialty. 4 3STH MN aST.
NOTICE-There will be an I . t) I ~ s Q 0
t). F. social at the ball of the Wash-J PCTIOIT & SOS
tenaw Lodge of I. 0. 0. F., No. 9, State Street Grocers.
on Wednesday evening, Nov. 4, Students patriintage espeeially solieited.
iS9I. All students belonging to 24a S. STATE STREET.
the order are cordially invited to at-
tendl. Complinments of ---A NEW lINit OF
NTC.AlSophomorecs should
leave orders for class canes at Moores bo tr toc. CN OM OIE-l ebr fte
Junior L'asv Foot-ball 'Team will R azorp,
meet daily on the campus for prac-
tice. Bly order of the captain. i Eftc
NOTIEa-All candidates for '951
foot-ball eleven are requested tot
appear daily on the campus for _A,1-,
practice. Coat.
NOTICE.-'9~3ILit eleven will now ! CALKINIT$ PHARMACY.
practice daily on the campus.
G. B. DYGERT, Capt.
NOTIUE.-All those who have not
paid their Gym. subscriptions will
greatly oblige the comsmittee by re-
mitting amount of subscription to
T. H. HINcssisSmsaTreasurer,
S6.7 E. Wasbsntosrst. 7 F.~*$S,. West. - Detroit. Mtoh.

OF REPAIR,
WM. ARNOLD. 36MAnN STREET,
Is the Pace ta go.
4ANDAL
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS !
30Eatuon Sareet,
SHORTHAND 3USE.
IT WILL PAT YOU. Shorthand Sehool, New
Buiding, 20 South State Street.

from Rev. Camuden M. Cobern, Dr.
Victor C. Vaughan, Prof. I-. C.
Adams, Prof. John Dewey, Prof.
E. L. Walter, Prof. P. R. dePont,
Dr. Chas. S. Mack, Dr. S. A. Jones,,
Dr. James N. Martin, Dr. Paul C.
Freer, Mr. Max Winkler, Mr. W. J.
Hussey, Mr. Moritz Levi, Judge
W. D. Harriman, Mrs. L. H. Stone,
and others.
For full information, dates, etc.,
see Club programme.

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