THE U. OF M. DAILY
THE TWO SAMS.
6i"YOUMANS" AND KNOX HATS. c.-
Novelties in Neckwear. Latest in Furnishings.
Call and see uns.j
The 4. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The 4. T. Jacobs Co.,
j 27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
N. B.-We still have a nice assortment of L~ight Weight Overcoats
to be closed osst at Greatly Redsuced Prices.
L_ 13 L1 ITZ.
A ll ror Sina t , ulbi lr. ~ A . GEORGE L,. MOORE S(ccessor+t+
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED.4 FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL. A FulttLinesof sit College Teat Slacks, including Lt.aild 3 .1dert?,ins, sa by the stacks,
CALL, oN Cheapest plaseefre Nte BosndFstatinesPs ens an thieeity. Freesltses erow l in. Comae along
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. l S . -shtsTol fiends. Iposw have my entire sleek at my soeesa NO. 6 S. 1W AIN STI.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. INo. I t W i IV 't SIsItiNONSTs La 1225CEO. SnLOOI5IL=
WTIAHR'S BOOKSTORE, 0OW11N' TOWN. W)"Z7
LI VEft,5IY. i i J AGGtAG5E LN
Every Stusdent will save money by buysng University Text-Books asnd all supplies at IHeadtquarters. We asllow !Geders fsereran, parties, wednddings, etc.,
special diseount on LA\MW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, Dl NI U BOOKS its shonit every Book used in thi r prpompts~N.l ainSt..tnop.Pet(Se
University. 5,000 Blank Books at lowsset priees. i MISS JUDITH GRAVES,
LEADNG OOKSTOE I TH CIY.ishest Grades Tiissght. App~ly att ilsey's
1rum - E xc I,dil(R - IA5JNI RY
lRiQhmofld Straigjht Qtit.I THE CAMPUS. The University of Pennsylvania HaIs all the imepeoved teanhineery, ad is pre
I pareenltntrnnnt st ctlnnssswrknshert an-
(N.1-tlie. Come rc~eialwr undotSli ly
I~, lhas one of the finest collections of piesraso nen sework s tuaratedaso-
CGARTTSgsdve oeedwthabu 35arclxeology extant. 2 atHrnS. 'LF11 nnitn
tee meheeseh snuenis .,. 0.M.TMARTIN
Caretilling e s li ttle ts.Thurstoncantain of Trinity's fot CDaketsIN,
I mr tan te pig Te Pincton resmen umbr ,Metallic
chargedtfor the settillssr ball team last year, is a canodidatleUoth aset
enr BRANDls Gispe ilSnr 25thsyer for the Harvard 'Varsity eleven. AND COIMMON COFFINS.
- - Tlothes e. Drtmouth has just established a Thenumer o boks i th co
CtN.ICigarettes are made teem the hright- chair of elocution. .eelbaie fteUntdSae
tnt, mane delirately fSneered and highestcestaleTherebrares24f ehmeniatd thetesALSO'BUS HACK AND BAGGAGE LINE.
Geld Lentfgrown in Virginia. This is ehe Old Teear 4Yaenat thasbesiae ttremilosNrhMns tl
and Originnl Brand of Straight Cat Cigaretten,habenetmedttremilosNrhMinSet.
and wns brought oat hy ua n lthe year iota. Harvard Law School.RISY&EAOT
Beware of imitationsn, and ohnerve that the 'rho increase in the number of RIEY&EA LT
firmanameanhbelow isan every paehage. There are 83 men in the college .Baknersanaddealersnin
The ALLEN & GINTER Braach colleges io the the United States 15 Groceries, Provisions Flour and Feed,
Oafau the American Tnchar o..Vrina chapel choir at Princeton. estimated to be fifteen every year. Sand 05E. Washis rten St.
Mauatrr...Ermn.Vrii. There is to be a medical social atJ.H ,L ER
t' Newberry hall this evening. By the death of Mrs. Barnard, . HA LE ,
Prfnceton has 63 professors this widow of tx-President Barnard, Cot- su--, M
Dosageeal.,00Bursashnghasitss.1Pays0in-year-7 more than last year. umbia receives a beqtuest of $50,- Repairing asp elaine. 411 SOUTH MAIN ST.
terest Dosaing Dr sts. Ens satety Of 389 colleges in the United 000. J. ID. S IVSOA ?OS
R. KEMPF, Pres. ;F. B. BELSER, Cashier.Sae,27rec-atol. An infirmary will be built at State Street Grocers.
Sdnee~trn'enn. There are about sixty candidates Princeton with accommodations for Stsldentspatron asgeespeciallyolticitedl.
An _rbrSaigsBn for the Princeton foot-ball team. sixteen students, at a cost of about 24___ STTC STEET
-Ann .ah....am 19-t, ai am n nn o----em---
Organized under the GenernalSlashing Laws
of this stae. SReeives Deposits, hays and
sells exchange sn the prineipliies of the
United States. Graftscashed upont proper
CHRoISTINa MACE, Pros.,
Wt. D. HARRIMANa.Ticer Pres..
CHAS. B ISCOCK, Cnshier.
You Probsably have some Broken Arti-
JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT
WM. ARNOLD, 36 MAIN STREET,
Is the Flare to to.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS !
IT WILL PAY YOU. Shorthand School, New
Building, IS Sooth State Street.
Fire-proof partitions are being put
into the newv gymnasium at Yale.
Hale, the prominent Harvard
walker, will enter Cornell this fall.
Secretary Wade is again seeking
proposals for the new iaw building.
L~ast year Harvard's class orator
seas a negro; this year it is a Japanese.
Exeter has elhe poorest attendance
this year that it has had for a tong
Nearly 15,0oo valuable volumes
were injurtd by the fire at Yale,
Brown is to have a building for
the use of the religious organizations
of the University.
Wesltyan students have raised by
subscription $1,823 for the support
of the foot-hall team.
Willians College opened with 351
students, the largest number ever
registered thsere. 'rie Freshman
class numbers 114.
Thse Williams freshmsan clas
nulmbers over one hundred, Prince-
ton over three hundred, and Har-
vard four hundred.
A Japanese wonsan at Bryn Mawr
College is raising a fund to educate
women in the United States for
teaching in Japan.
At a recent meeting oh the board
of trustees of the University of Penn-
sylvania, an associate professorship
of English was created. Gifts ag-
gregating $5o,ooo received during
the last month were acted upon.
f Game cailed 3:30.
71IFort St., West. - DetroiIt. Ich.