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October 03, 1899 - Image 4

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THE UNIYER8-ITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

MARTIN C HLL R, Boo

U. of M. Station-C D. l. TlNKL & c
crv for -Ill (lenat-rt- LA('LNA 1111

ments. We Sell
Fountain Pens ..
X-1l are omlaraflteedl.
OKSELLER DowN TOWN,
114; oIIl I 1 YLai c S o l;

and ('Li"'. <<,nLI t;fiLu *
30731()LONG LII ILAGI
('usr3l Mai ad uro "ii-
Caitsaul, el0,0.s. i . l t 1.30,1. fra= ato t
'F:L. H Bvoe'Fu,.(iLiuL

If You Wart. ...
Drivers
Brassie Drivers
Clubs
Mid Irons
Lofters
Putters
Caddy Bags
Golf Balls
YOU CAN FIND THEM AT
W0e scrry in is lt ILL lIeIMLrris-
tILown. and aleg lll Lre city
a~gensrthe elebratedII5L
Willie Dunn Clubs;
Bin5ig s1youriold GAL I BLLILL
and I xcLILIL-o thorm forLne5.10

Large" n bte a vr 'L( ILL'LLLLLIL. Nely ticGIL ILsILmuLy hacks andILLmanyLII101~lI'L
lLIL 'Li thlllast uLyeaLr.
Leave' yourLTrLLnklIChLecLks GwiLILuLLor ele willGal lIandII.-Yet 11115 III
y'ourL baLggageGwill be deLlivered LIopl'IIy,
I 'Piuonle iou. 515 East Libel-1, Street.

FIRST NAIIUN L BANK f r"allmdc
LCaitl 101 y) " ,,pus tiii Prois, 4000

LAMPS FOR S TUWD El Ts creit. Ii'i, le~s'
he 'eal h ILU IN I Y r ARILSON 1011I+
5 G I 313300 CII ice rs

Rochester andiLhe Plumsewoodi, ThelBerlin iandLPerfection SIlLeLampoL"
PheIINLew LL L.Lam ,IlismeLA". is m Il ajn i nS 1,M1111,1 It i ' m1 eig5
uany Lam fitsLILIkGinLNfLa iL ILLouitheibeatILing, for theiiL

IE AND SEE.
1.o

Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR. MICH.

DEAN6

October Outing.
! i Liiober (Outing5 iirovANes iIl;U]Iint'eStif
the li. 1' II. and)1 1 lu 1111ia, nd ivesi
boh C. Gn I ) i5 ies ern aii i cle i A th
Gdesigna L ;iling ol IL boats

Promoeters .u~uuns iii'iii~i~i.iiiiiI i L l
of Golf ANeuN AR O ICH. IUII .''ilL (iL liii i()i010i. ll i ()' Li.,

STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSO-
CIATION.

Ils lac i'll Lthe'Ii(lame ~a nw lay(
liLLA aristIL fthii dyLiii fuIishe
oLdraingsl oLf.Ow Ii I foriL the
depart'meulnt.
AtI 3(111 ay's footllOLgiL~ali. '37 sea-

Calen~dar.
F~riday Ot.6.-3 hlic ' LI 5meiL-
1 ri lay, Oil. I6.--GeneLlLL LLIi'LIIil o
S. C. A. at NiewiberyL Hll.
Saturda Iy, (cLL 7.-Varil '3vs, Albiin
Satuduoay, LOc. N-VarityI3vG. NI'stI
IWednesday, Lit. 1Ii Gais'vIsI
Note Dai'0iou Un~iIversity.
SaturdayiI', Oct. 21.I .L LilL vs- Aluin
IllII. 1 LI' r o i
12 '. Divisilon st.--t
'1'L1ANi'M GEN NOICE
ldly,(ILL. 2, 'aL thi'Ahltic13k' V
Lo'lk to111 A (11 .11 l layr', ILl
hIIaeLcii'Ii iof thel Gi1Li
12 J. .1"Mc LeanL,I'pt.
G. G. Crozier, '99-M, who LisLtoL IILI
fLLrAssaas 10aImedicl m Liss1ionary, 1w111
deliver a lecture, at the roins oIALtIe
I-niLI'sity 7'. '14. .A,'Ihursiday even1-I
ilkLo is week, 'I' Th ILis Iwill bei'heIlast

IThe Rion lror SavhIias EdH
I llCapial Stock.I L 1111 lriu i r0,d13 S
IGLL 1l esotiilL (iinoil L331.ieg 1.051.
OIiLi 'inier he" 11 r ,1100D LiCiOLI
o ti"'. I . Iluuuo i, L'pi it, ilS yi.Ll
exhageonth lrici-a c SlE f l~te
U. ofJ. BarberPt Sho i ui~
322 S L it 'V ic.eR.yrs a ow ki1P op
63 k li lu iss ). A i
Sh oe ShBrbop p d me~I~i~~thosix
andoBthaII FORhe nns 900-.Ml
aellll. d 110)olr ~i3toug
322lStae St.J . Sbr ad Eos uiProp.
SpoldingPhoBos,
0WA MRTIN.Th.
FUNERAL
Ave Ambuancenil001da. A1kir~es
SNOW LAUNDRY.
Yoladry asbedca aO el
Pennsydvandic ronedl. Eeieun glaofbhesse
mi. n , d e v ryaled infoe. tballts~

Twelve Numbers to be Given This son1 ti'ketsL a11015L9IIsinleadiLsionsLlL
were1'sold. 'Ilubii the smllest;IL numberIL

Year. Tickets to be On Sale
Soon.
COURSE OF 1899.- 1900.
1. Lyman J. Gage.
2. F. Hopkinson Smith.
3. Max Bendix Company.
4. John Temple Graves.
5. Oratorical Contest.
6. Brig. General Charles King.
7. W1ll Carleton.
8. Sousa and his Band.
9. Congressnan J. P. Dolliver.
1 0. Chicago Alumni Number.
11. Announced Later.
1 2. Announced Later.
Season tickets $2.00. Reserved
seats 50 cents.
f

if seasou n tiletsLosAl at IanS openIinL;
game for)' ILrlee i' 3(11

to-am111mee'tIat 4ipIu IGWedne'Ls y cIL'. 4, .is ivied Liio be present.
iIll he'rrilphy romitsiul La t i aita in~Il _______
Geo. I). Iduddnuai I. Mug)'. Studnts are coLilly ivited tLin-l
GooLa.('101Lo ur complete ii 0rs110, over-
cioa11, 1men1's (furnlisigs anudl lats.
Studentls call ge'luchea lall h111105 G ai'3.~~0s, 1Ryan10 ILule, S. Mai1111St.
mlade .goodds) put C) up nboxs tat Clue A unow'line1of Manhattan Shirts 9)1St
Womuan'sExch~ange, C612 E. Liherty et. 1in at NNadhalao, iRyan & (teule. See
-12 theml. S. Ma11110st.____
'4w r
4WAONER CO.
44+
TAILORS TO MVEN 4
t44
SLarge Collection of 4
Exclusive Novelties 123 S, MAIN ST. ~

I

MILWARD.E THE NOBBY TAILOR, STATE STREET

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