THE U. OF M. DAILY,
STUDENT'S HEADQUARTERS =7717TJ S=I=1T
Of Old U. of M. should have a
~Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
SAMS* Violin amd~ Guitar Strings, 10 cts.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
5 eta. Everything itiltroportiott.
No other place in the city can you find a more complete line of Students' L. It. Clement, 7tLLME DI r. T fl 2 fORGAN U
Wearing~ A pparel, than at THlE TWO SAMS. :38 . Blats St. _ ~C~~~ .
The finest Overcoat Department in the stale.____TD A.
The largest Suit Department in city.
The greatest Hat Htouse ins Southern Michigan.
CaladseTI:TOSVfr ntio norln.Bj ,! ly \The largest Men's Furnishing store in Ann Arbor. D U STORE
49P TT8 9v "NA
CO U1 lM IAIN AND HURON STREETS.
LARS ,T STO) C(SF ToILET Gt oS AND FINE: CIGARS, Toi,,1CCus AND
C.IGARETTES IN .Tat UITt
AR RU A towt .1iLalnw1r VOORHEIS & D______SHORTHANANDTYPWRITING
BEST WORK IN TSHE CITY! 'STATE ST. TAILORS, HOTANATYPWRTIG
WORK CALLED 170.. ad ITVEItED FIRST CLASS WORK. '''O , H o
. altt1 IT osUET.R( Oe, - 23 South Fourth Ave. CALL AN B E D Will this week move into tlte tew brick block, No. 20 SOUTH STATE
FER+rITON LATNGSTRIEET, atsd will he, ready- to organtize new classes duritng the
FER USO & LATNGsecond w\teek of October
Day attd evettins classes will thiett be fortted so that the conventientce of all
G°i~ ~ F rp he saj.$ ~ r mayebe stuited. CA LAND1'SE EUS IN OtURt ELEGAN T-NEW G n s tr i h r Qf r E 1.Sho ilbei eso rm9a n o0p n ery10 UARil
Carry a futll line of IHATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, HOSIERYx GLOVEShav-e taken our course anti all who have tntsdotte so hasve regretted it. Rte-
UNDl ?E'.EIt, Etc. Thts latest styles and an etitire Stw stock to select frorntimemnber the place, New Brick Block, (thtirdso our.
28 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I-o 0~TIs~~s. ~~T ~ ~ 20 so-UTI- SrrI_'W'E1 sT'r.
U NWAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOW7 l i -fr-'7'"
___ C Parrot lye 'r:± VDeca lls
E veryN tttdent will save isoticy by biuyinig University Text-Boeks attd all stupplies at hecadiquarters. We allow til tst itte cettsf~ tar Mrtta. w aslirn,
Itta n s t t e tte tiloita r tat nasStew-
dpcaliiscoint ont LAW hOOKS, M1EDtCAL BOOKS, DENTAL BOOKS, itn short, every Book tusedtllittthe -ttd1testy tsttas nstrtrts in the
5tie~i ,100hBlatnk hooks at loweest prices. / I!ewtforVia1itst ansI Cause and St0 cents each
FACULTY ~LEAI)ING 1BOOB STOEIN 1THE IT~Y. Peatse FSre.Ts ~ I ii]O
FCLYANNOUNCEMENTS. port at tihatttn timand place. I PRNrlf OSTL. hepo
ASTHETICtS. -St.udcents electing shall be in RfoonsJj for consulta- grammte of this course (English,
Course 11 in Philosophy Will tiotn frotm 9.30 to 10.'1) Friday cottrse 15) embraces (1) lectures J-[ t .
meet Prof. Scott in Roomi 2, morning. on tlte psy chology, logic and a s-
Thursday at 9:30.211 A. C. MC LAUostJILP Z-thtetics of literary style; (2) reports
(it~A.Atwo-hour course llItttttRW ANDi Ass)-atA.--M1r. by metmbors of tlhe class on as- OCT
will hoe give n by Mr. 'Winkler illBelser will see studetits for cots- signed rcadittgs in Spencer,Lowcs,J
the History of theo Literature of sultation in Rotonti26, thsis week, Rluskin, Lessittg, B~uffott, Pater, Q1V
theDeoraton Lctre wllfront 10:301 to 11:30. .Stevensoanatd other writers ott
be delivered itn Gertmatn and Ettg. PttYSCS.-Course 1 Class mnects style, with discussion of thte same;H E .
lisli. fours will ho arrantged later. Wednesday. Lecture notes com- (3) a comparison of thte theoretical
SA~iCSIT.Tlise tutmtdmtgto lete at Wahtr's. Courses 4 amid 3. prtnciples thtus obtained wiltte
take utp tlis wort;; ,att tteet M'r. ('lass ttl Course 4 will mneet at 2 lsete' o Egltl rtr sc
Fay i~tt Rsen1 , Wediessluvty'" Itl. ottThursday. I desire to Iiie nmatricso rs '~ o p ct..
rmitg t-w80 eeI 1I, Se proposing to take Course style. Those electing thte courseca
Gt!E~te.~Tltose 3 to :urange for their laboratory will meet its Roomn L Friday at 2,________
il os electing tite work . Tite course its Mathteusal- for orgttttizatirtt and tarrantgemenst
coutrse i Xenophton's Memtorabilia ical Electricity will be given thte Oflsours. F. N. SCOTT-. i.
will Sued tte 1ridusy morning at first semester and continued ScIENTSl, f(' 1'eea:T. --Section B FlP11 fP
i. 30 inl Rootn 11. throughs the year. instead of giving Sttudents of Engitteering its Fremils9RFPrH
A. II P'ATTlaNetee. it in tlte second. setmester. Mr. will mecet Mr. Swiggett in Room Milmnery and Art Coods. T G A H.
IIIsr o tY.---A11 students whto are Rowe and Mr. Nagler wcill assist M on Tuesdays and Thusrsdays _ ia East Hunt t
contensplatinthIe election of mtuehis year. from 2 to 3.
Course 3 in U. S. Cotsstitutionasl PROF. II. S. CAsetAutr. To MEDIAL S cern~rs.----IDr. JI YQFOE&1101
History will please report Thurs- Gs. ea A.-Prof. Thsomnas will Gibbcs will not meet juniors and Manufctarersnaf
,day at 3 in Room 24. Quiz see- be in Rootn J until furthser notice slir ni i etr su etBand and Orhtran
tios ill be formed as soon as for consultation every day from 0 week. Dr. Carrow and Dr. Nan-- -I
psil.All , persons who are to 10 a. mu. credoelsold clinics to-muorrow at
thinking of electing course 11, P55ILOSOS?Y.-I shall be in 1.30 and 2.30 respectively. Dr.T PULSESo
'Semiuary in, U. S. Hlistory, will Room 21 at 3 each afternoon this Carrow will meet the seniors to- Bandad O-hesltra
meet at Room K at 9.30 a. m. week. Students desiring ad- morrow at 10.30. Inquiries about
A. second section will then be vanced credit, to arrange about Qualitative Chemistry may be m usi
formed with hours which will ac- graduate work, or to consult about made at Room 16, Chemical Lab- Iald~e
Itommdestdeuts.aifal ossible. studies should. meet.. me_ at that oratory, any~ afternoon from 4 to GRA n AsI,
gt isdsrbetataleet - time and place. Joss Duwar. 6 o'clock. )ttcHzlA~c