THE U. OF M. DAILY.
T _ --THE .NEW COLLAR-
CLOTHING HOUSE,..... a ul
71,173, i'75...;odward Avenu ,D, ,,V A iW e early a full0 . .
Thils 15 excee(-
cl, CLOT III NG ( JcLN NR P 1 rppua
l~Latrs K ovet7Iies P\V7'vK Laiv7 ed gerntlemen.
NEW BOOK STORES,
lne ot the justly
te1 el ratedl
Cr-owu il Collars
and Cuff's and
UN oIN LRSP Mi1LNTBOls, *-~'.o i tteSre, ""-G"C. H. WILD,
All Blooks used ill ('ity Schootls. s es oeIok i atiiti- s soigte ags I sekf'Full J > is ;Sois,oin Ithe mnhit.
Stulet ae ~oos ndPas, 3ri L i All the latest shiades alldiioetties ini Ti'iiisisem hateil
('noutthete ELie oh Sporting (;ii)ds. i73; rttrumients. ; ~ea ing. iit S~tests caiinIibeladof
areStock of Fouiitaiin tenis. s..Warrraiiteid toiiitainiePeii ((oldl)for $1.50). No. 2 E. Washington St , near Main. G. H. WILD.
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
The best place to get a
flI0S +±Q(A5S~v+ osJI
MADE TO ORDER
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR,--- MICH.
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To introdluce our Gents' Furnishing
Departmenat to our Student frienda we
shall offer on Saturday, Oct. 18tha and
on that day ouly,
Choice of all our new tile. Ties and
Scarfs for 21c.
Choice of all our new 50~c. Ties sod
Scarfs f or -12c.
All our '2-5c. Cuffs for 21 c.
4. 44 1 c. " l 1c.
4415c. Collars "l12.
4 12c. 4 . loc.
44 4 ioc. 44 4G Sc.
Also I25 doz. Gents' Initial Htem-
stiched handkerchiefs, worth Q~c. for
Es F. MILLS & CO8,
20 SOUTH MAIN ST.
THDE LARGEST STOCK, BUS~INESS DILEICLY.
GREATEST VARIETY d LOWEST PRICES
Oni LAMPS, in this city. You Will nave umoney by buying of us. tour ANM A AX
"tRED STAtI" (OIL has no equal, burns without odor, or
chrigof wick and gives a clear white light. WM. ARNOD
charringWATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Soltd at 10 cenits per gallon, delivered to any part of the city. :A MAIN STRIEET,
Speiailiention paid to repairing watches
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pE r & Go. ad eelry.
Fred Frank, an eumployee of
Albert Pierce, shot anid serious-
worinded Walter Pierce, sonl of
tlit former, nealr the fair grounids,
at 8 o'clock last evening. Tine
assassin was caught noar Ypsilanti
this morning. Yotunig Pierce is
riot oxlsoctod to live.
11. B. Dewy, '90's distinguished
orator, will ho in town Saturday
Class politics in flat Law Do-
partrnent is beginning to boom.
Ralf a dozen maeetings of various
" clans" were held to-day.
E. E. Taylor, Lit. '93, traveled
for theo Globo Tobacco Co. this
Miss Lucy Comstock, Lit. 1t9,
lis a position in flit Governrserit
Pension Offico irr Detroit.
Sowers, Lit. '93, is in flit Med-
ical Department thiis year.
Tlio Social at flit Baptist churrcli
last evening was well attended.
It was giveni under flit auspices of
tire Yorurg People's Society.
M. R. Osburn, Lit. '93, will
not return this year.
The Harvard Faculty has re-
fused thia year again to allow tire
Glee Club to make a trip during
the Christmas holidays.
M. W . BLAKE,
' L. E. AMigiseil, Lit. '92, is Corn-i rICTURE", FrAsMES, A NDn
fined to his roorm, threatened with ART GoOODS. 55 west Haren St.
A Colurmbus, 0., lecturo asso-
ciation sold 1,200 tickets last
Tuesday mrorninig. It has Stanlrey
in ifs course, and so lis ours.
The examinations for posit ions
on the Banjo Club, wero hield this
afternroon. Over fifty applicants
C. B. Wilson has taken to himin-
self ai wife, and will practice at
Some villainous Soplis have
torn down the notice of flit Fresh-
man electiorr. The Freshmren are
very wratliy in consequence.
G. S. Cliaprian, '92 Lit., went
down to 4"Ypsi' last night.
While thlire lie wnrs taken for
assassin Frank, who had riot yet
been captured. After submsitting
to a close scrutiny and questioning
by fte ''Ypsi" iarsiial lie was al-
lowed to go.
Foot-hail gamnes Saturday: Yale,
26; Lehigh, 0. Tufts, 5; Exeter,
0. Brown, 8; Techniology, 8.
Harvard, 72; Amherst, 0. Dart-
mouth, 71; U. of 'Verrsont, 0.
Franklin and Marshall, 18; La-
fayette, 10. Williams, 40; Ridge-
field A. A., (Albany), 0.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manifaelurer at anil denier in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
Coi'. FoiirtihiindDerpot Sin.
Rlepairingia spec ily.
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND) COMMON COFFINS.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bankers arid dealers in
Groceries, ProvisionsFiour and Feed,
a and 81E. Wanhington 5t.
1,ADIES' and GENTS' SHOES.
iRepairing neatly doe. d4i 5. Maia Sr.
GR ANG ER'S
-ACADEMY OF DANCING,-~
Opposite lLaw Building.
Pprils will lie received tiiiany tinedaring
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma. Wash., and Port-
The Wisconsin Cemtral and Northiermi
Parcific limnts rruni throughi Pullmarn Van-
tibuled anrd Colonisnt Sleepuers betweemn
Chicago annd Taconia, Waish., and
Portland, Oregon. Thre train knowni
as fte"Pacific -Express" leavensflht
Grand Ceintral Passemnger Station, at
lie corner of Fifth Avenue andI
Jiarrisori Street, at 10:4.5 P. M. daily.
F or tickets, berthms in lPullman or Col-
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gico. K.
Tuoarr'sosc, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to F. J.
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
Central tPassensger Station, cornerFifth
Avenue and Iarrison St reef, Chicago