THE U. OF M. DAILY
No other place in the city can you find a more complete line of Students'
Wearing; Apparel, than at THlE TWO SAMS.
The finest Overcoat Department in the state.
The largest Suit Department in city.
The greatest Hat House in Southern Michigan.
The largest Men's Furnishiing Store in Ann Arhor.
Call and see TlE TWO SAMS for anythin in our line.
All Arlir So~fi ilVOORHEIS & DIETAS,
BEST WORK IN THE CITY! STATE ST. TAILORS,
WORK CALLEDIFOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK.
PwECI'n', Ts STNTneSn.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. __AL AND SEE US,
FERGUSON & SLATING,
Gents" Fhrijishers aidcl $a ers
Carry a full line of HATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
UNDERWEARu, Etc. The latest styles and an entire new stock to select from.
22 S0c7T sTaTm ST., - .AuTs a s.
Of Oll U. of M. should have a
University of Michigan Guitar.
Prices lowest, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the road.
Violin anid Guitar Strings, 10 cts.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
5 cts. Everything in proportion.
L. If. Clement,
TRA.DB i A.TZ
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORN ER MAIN AND HURON STREETS.
LARGEsT sTOcK OF TOILET Goons AND FINE CIGARS, TOBACCOs AND
CIGARETTEs IN THE CITY.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING!
SCHOOL OF SHORTH AND
Will this week move into the new brick block, No. 20 SOUTH STATE
STREET, and will he ready to organize new classes during the
seconid veek of Octoher
Day and evening classes will then be formed so that the convenience of all
may le suited. CALL AND SEE US IN OtR ELEGANT NEW QUAR-
TERS. School will be in session from9 a. in. to 0 p. m. Nearly 1000 pupils
have taken our course and all who have not lone so have regretted it. Re-
member the place, New Brick Block, (thirl floor).
JSWO. 20 SOUJTI-I 'T.ATE ST.
""AHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN..
Every Student will save nsoney by buying University Text-Books and all supplies at Headquarters. We allow
special discount on LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, DENTAL BOOKS, in short, every Book used in the
L'niversity. 5,000 Blank Books at lowest prices.
LE IG wT i
LEADING BOOK STORE IN THlE CITY.
[NG'S USI HOUSE!
67 Monroe Pve,, Detroit, Mich.
The tnrest Musiicai Merehandise House in
ihe Cslt'. Agnins'oSiMartn. Ws~nhbturn,
Brus~niml t ets y Gtitr. and Dobson, Stew
art int tl'ni a' It . t lenS ttings in the
Wiorldlnest lv sy11with onmy usdre n ati155 cents
ci for %,iin a nd Osuiw ts intt 5centsetsh
the Saturday before. Thus, in a
roundabout way, Harvard will still
play for the championship, for if
she beats Yale and Yale defeats
Princeton, Harvard will be virtu-
ally champion, although no Har-
vard-Princeton game has taken
No accurate prediction of the
outeotne of the struggle can be
given at this early day, but as the
season opens Harvard's prospects
are sure]y the brightest. Seve'al
of the candidates for her team
have done regular work during a
large part of the past summer,
and a few, like Capt. Cumnock,
have been in strict training. She
will play her old eleven with the
exception of the center rush and
left guard, and no end of good
material stands ready to fill the
At Yale the outlook is discour-
aging. Practice has begun with
the remnants of the team defeated
by Princeton last fall, a team
which played its best but never
quite came up to the true Yale
standard. Yale's chances depend
wholly upon the development of
new material, both for the rush
line and behind it, to develop
which will require the hardest kind
of work by Capt. Rhodes and all
the advice that Walter Camp and
Yale's other foot ball experts can
The old men are Rhodes, HIef-
felfinger, Harvey and Wurtemberg
-two rushers, a half back, and a
quarter back--with seven places
to be filled. There are plenty of
candidates who are fair players,
but in looking them over the ab-
sence of such men as Gill, Stagg,
Woodruff,Wallace, Corbin, Beech-
er and Bull is very striking.
Yale needs a full-back, one that
is a sure tackler, a good runner
and a strong punter. Such a man
is not yet in sight. Goal kicking
is another of Yale's weak spots.
Yale men look upon Harvard as
the most formidable rival and the
greatest interest will be centered
in the Yale-Harvard game to be
played at Springfield.
Captain Poe, of the Princeton
eleven, seems to be very much in
doubt as to whether the champion-
ship flag will stay on Jersey soil
after Thanksgiving day, for Prince-
ton has to develop an almost en-
tirely new eleven. Seven places
are to be filled with new tosen, as
with Yale, but there is not the
same reserve force of players to
draw from as at Yale. The sone
who won the cham ionshi are
gone. Princeton's invincible rush'(5PLe X's
line is broken and Cowan, Jane-
way, George, Cash and Donnelly --
cannot be replaced in one season.
Channing, the mate to Jerry Black
at innif back, will snot return, antiFIdh'1UiA h
"Stnake" Ames, the wonderful full llinery and Art oods.
back, will be sadly missed. 15 East HuronS st.
In the way of training Prince-_ wlYFORE & SON,
ton will have the services of Rob- nufacturesof
inson, as usual, while Yale and Bhd and Orches
Harvard will have no training .
except that of the graduate coaches. Is
FACULTY ANNOUNCEMENTS. r tsERsOF
D$hn 114 rchelh
LATN-t-Special examination for
delinquents in Latin will be held
in Room E, Saturday morning Se r.
next, at 9 o'clock., GRAND RAPIDS,
FaA cIs W. KELsEY. MICHIGAN.