T-E : DAILY
DINING AN!) LUNCH ROOM,
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First class board, $2.50 per weer.
Lunches at all hours.
Oysters in every style.
Fine line of Confections, Cigars, etc.
NEW BOOK STORES,
6 South Mair Street. 44 South State Street,
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, S r, r, -- - E R
Medical Books, Law Books, BLANK BooKs, ALL KINDS,
All Books used in City Schools. Students Note Books and Pads, Draft-
Complete Line of Sporting Goods. ing Instruments.
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A Warranted Fountain Pen (Gold) for $1.50.
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
TAILOR :IM4 RR
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19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR,- - - MICH.
An' additional two-hours elective
in German will be given the next
semester on Lessing's "lHamburg-
ishe Dramaturgie." The hours will
be arranged later on with the in-
structor. MAX WINKLER.
Ed. U. of M. DAILY:-Is it not
possible to have some larger room
than Room 24 for Dr. Winchell's
lectures on Evolution? There were
certainly enough turned away from
the lecture on Thursday evening to
have filled Room 24 two or three
times. The subject is one of un-
usual interest, and the culture value
alone of the course is sufficient to
warrant the authorities in securing
better facilities for hearing it. ,
On LAMPS, in this city. You wil
RED STAR " OIL hasno e
charring of wick and g
Sold at 10 cents per gallon, delivere
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Freshman Pres. Loeb is confined
to his home on account of sickness.
C. W. Heywood's illness was more
serious than at first supposed. His
mother was telegraphed for and ar-
rived here late Saturday evening.
lie is now out of danger.
13. W. Trafford, '93, full-back on
the Harvard foot-ball team in '89
and '90, has been chosen captain for
next year. Trafford is also a base-
ball player, having held the position
sf first base on the Harvard nine
Courtney has been secured as
coach for the Cornell crews.
Johnson, who played left-tackle
in the U. of M.-Cornell game, has
been elected captain of the Cornell
foot-ball team for next year.
The catalogue of Northwestern
University, will soon appear. The
following is the summary of students:
Literary department, 297: School of
Oratory, 73; Conservatory of Music,
187; College of Music, 240; College
of Law, 145; College of Pharmacy,
273; College of Dentistry, 30; Pre-
paratory school, 671; Theological
school, 208; Total, 1,914. It will
be seen from this that a large part
of the attendance is in the Musical
and preparatory departments.
The Glee Club gives an entertain-
ment at Ypsilanti soon. Their first
appearance in public this year
should be liberally patronized by
Ann Arbor students.
BLACK UNDERWEAR AT $1.50, $2.00 AND 43.00.
'IARGAINS IN UNIDEIIWEARI AT 70)c ADDP9
G. H. WILD
Is showing the Largest Stock of Full Dress Suitings in the market.
All the latest shades and novelties in Trouserings and
Overcoatings. Fine Vests can be had of
No. 2 E. Washington St., near Main. G.-i.
EST STOCK, LU3UTLNES DIRCTO'
d LOWEST.PRICES WM. ARNOLD
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELE~
1 save money by buying of us. Our W 36MAINSTREET
equal, burns without odor, or aifeaI attention paid to repairing W
yues a clear white light. M. W - BLAKE
d to any part of the city. PICTURES, FRAMES, A
PEAN £ & O. ART GOODS. 10West
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
Mr. Hinch's class in "Goetz Von Manufacturer of and dealerin d
Berlichingen" finishes the play to- SAGINAWGANG SAWED1LUN00
msorrow. A review will then follow. Cor. Fourth and Depot Sts
George Bancroft, the great histor- J. HALLER
ian, died on the 17th, at his home
46 SOUTHi MAIN sST.
in Washington, at the advanced age Repairing aspecialty.
of 90 years. O. M.MARTIN,
Rutgers has made gymnasiun DEClotI C kt
work compulsory upon the two low- AND COMMON COFFINS.
er classes. J. A. POLHEMUS,
The late Mrs. S. L. Bradley divides . T _ -V'-M. I -
her estate between Hamilton Col- ALSO 'BUS HACK AND BAGGiAOS LI
legs and Auburn Sensinary. NrhMi tet
The sophomore class has the RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers and dealers in
largest representation in the athletic Groceries, ProvisionsFour ana
management of any of the classes. S and sOE. washington St-
The late Dr. Dexter bequeathed JOHN WOTZKE,
his library consisting of several Makerof lie
thosan voume toYal. LADIES' and GET ' .
thousand volumes to Yale. nRepairingneatly done. 43 Sa0nK
Philips Exeter Academy has an
attendance of 356. The tuition has GRANGER'S
been raised from $66 to $77. - ACADEMY OF DANCING?
Cornell has only 18 candidates for opposite Law BuiidiI'
her crew. Pupils will be received at any time du
C. H. Angell, '92 medic, is at theneason.
Grand Havenattending his brother's
wedding. S LLAS M I T
J. A. Keating, '94 lit, went to 22 E. HURON STREET,
Hillsdale Saturday. ANN Aanot, MI
More than five hundred people
went to Ypsilanti yesterday via the HFE M °^l
street railway. If this road con-!S
. SPECIMENS AND CURIOSITI
tinues to do as prosperous a business
as it has done in the Ilast few days OF ALL KINDS.
its financial success is assured. SPECIMENS FOR STUDENS
The boards are open to-morrow Cheap Collections a specialty-
for the coming lecture, "A Chapter pe "
from the History of Liberty," by F. FamousSatanspar and other mis
W. Gunsaulus. always in Stock.