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U. of M. Daily, 1899-10-06

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TBHE UNIDVEPSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

OUTFITS
If You Wart....
Drivers
Brassie Drivers
Clubs
Mid Irons
Lofters
Putters
Caddy Bags
Golf Balls
YOU CAN FIND THEM AT
gilL [fiAN'g
We carry in stock the Morris-
town, Spaldiag, and are city
agents for the celebrated
Willie, Dungn Clubs
Bring us your old GOLF BALI.S
and exchange them for new.
SHIEH AN & Co.0
Promoters 320 S. STATE ST
of Golf ANNARBOR MICH.
$.1.A
STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSO-
CIATION.

WHO'S YOUR TAILOR?
116 S. MAIN STREET.
AGENTS FOR THE BEST TAILORS ON EARTH.
L. C. GOODRICH. A. R. WVALKER,
THE MONEY SAVERS,

Tally 110

For
The
Gam~e

WITH A FOUR IN HAND
HOL1,.t.1$'ILIVERY9
Phooe 106. 515 East Liberty Street.
L AMPS' FOR STUDENTS
We taos a fineassoetmoent of Caster Draft, Nickel-plated Lampt. isclutding The oal, The
Rochester and the Plumaewast, The Berlinad Perfection Student Lams.
Thae New Lamp, Piata coal, isassadvance is Laste a. It dgrvestaore lilht ftrthe oilcsed thas
any Lampofitsid. Wecan give youttthbstLamapseorthe
COME AND SEE.

D. 4:1. T 1N K & S01q
IHATTERS ANtD Ft lNt'oH 00
Headquartera for
--ArS, CoA, NFSen Fsas~etsasN
ad Complete linealoGrmAtsaav
GOODsSad SWaAecota.
AGENCY FOR 6LONGL.EY HATS
334 South State Street
Cor. BatinsadItHuronSaseto,
Capital, 164,000. Surpitts, $30,50. Feassart a
general bankingbuiness.
R, KsxP, Fres. C, B. GREtoR, Vie-lea.
Fans. H B ,sKata, Conlier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Askn Aror
Capital, to,,t.Surplus atFaidts61, 546,005
Teansacaenepral hbaig'Satnss'oresignt
exchangetbought and raid. 'Pussieh 'lttars of
credtit.
B.. . 5K. F, t".HARItSONSOStIL
a.W. CLAFISSON Caahtec
Th oflan IMror Savings lEaH
Capital Stack. S520,000. Sarpta, s; tt5o.,
Resueces,. $1.350,000
Otrgaaized tuntee the Genoeal Basking bawts
at this State.BReivsadepstits, Otaysad rlls
exchange sa thteinalitietssofte 'g-ited
States. Dealts rashed spas proper idesotilfnattao,
Safety deposit haxee toret.
atenoesart Chrisa Mactk,.Fre.; W.. lansi.
mtan, Vic-ree.; Chts E. Hirrass. Cashier; M.
J.Fritz, Assistant ashier
W..3 BOOTa, PRESa. I
W. ARNOL,aat Vice-prey
J. 1 V. SHEANcN. C. 2d Vice-prey
Jatosx.C WcsA , Asst. Cahier yVI~i
Transacts a general
B~ankintg Business.
U. of M. Barber Shop La ten nrv
and Bath Rooms. thetbus Terno49fl
322 State Ste. J. R. Trojanowski, Prep.
aIFine
Randalpos
GU'R 6FI rEI- ss haeIStFftO-lIla.
Univ rsit "'East Willicrn street
Universithni~cbo-!. A1 ind
So Shp o E. Lambert.

Old Numbert
4450O. MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR. MICH.

DEAN & CO.

I

The '00 Inlander.
Th healrstnutmb ertttftte Inlantet-is
btintg tncitolytataitoed.Fromlprsent
indications there woiiillie no falinog ott
fromthfle high standard set fact hytar.
Mr. Giauss, who gotably matnagetiou
cllege monthly fact ye,o wiill hove
charge at leaslttof thefiral numbefr,
whit-h promtisestott le a mottcreditble
otne. Priof. Wenley, afmtaya ofterestitng,
fr;ways enterftining, rcontribuotes a tc-
per o Ant Unrecoegnited ti ohlie-
taent. Mr. Haerrimn,'"KerrethIt l:e-.
ford,"ftc-it risoagetong avriter, is it
wrti Io anO trfele tan his Irfeotet, Ste-
theo Crane. Mr. Frank Simnos, owell
knownto fc all NI-iicigan taro, cwill givt
usccoaf t-re-cing satety thfle Athlt i
OuotikeeatofMirhigae fBestidtes theat,
ticere trill itt tthecuoeualtntumbtrttoftshort
sorerosvoro, hotokrevitesandtl di-
'trials.
A conoplele lice at Adler Brch.fise
suits at Welfotot, flyan & Revile, 2ff-
202 S.Moun sth
Arcildte ittttasot,'tontattmnutootf t'
1T . tel ' it, fttfof typheeoid fever <tt ho
hole in to.Pailoteint)-oOcti. 2. Of,

Calendar.
Friday, Oct. 6.-Athletic mass meet-
ing in gymnnasium,
Friday, Oct. 6-General reception at
E. C. A. at Newberry flail.
Saturday, Ot. 7,-Varsity vs. AlbLion
College.
Saturday, Oct. 1d.-Varoity vs. West-
eros Reserve University,
Wednehday, Oct. 10.-Varsity vs
Notre Dame Uifover-sity.
Saturday, Oct. 21-Varsity vs. Alum-
at.
Reoben H. Kemptf, tram Ruropeatn
PConversatory, Geramany, teacher at
Piano, Organ, and Musical Compoisi
tion, also the art of teaching. Stttilo

'12 S. Division at. -
'Vice gamecshWetdtteoday -ecutef
tllows:
to0 enSylcatic, 47; tltttihtt, 0li.
Harttvatrd, 12; Iftwti,0.I
Yale, 46; Vrinity, I0.
Chica-go, 23; NotIce Dane, 6 I.

--12

Twelve Numbers to be Given This tittor lter 'of tic'etla t C al i aci ttor. TiIACK h IN Nt i1lt NI
Annteotr.ttstFall track ic rce waill begalton S PALD ING'S
Year. Tickets On Sale at dotay,(let, 2'athlie athli e ld AiTRIADE-MARK
Vb irt o f alt ie atitf r'anittttt U- t h tmen te irequse opr tt-e$ rj$A Lb idr" iswl e-iet« ~~r"<r wti- ocokt or ieAl e s wh wil
12 i.locle-cgcflloo~oeote Vy WI FOR 189
layOct.thN atebeareofthetquattt V
COURSE OF 1899 - 1900. sit.J'tt10te tt~xeanotCant -o ctotet2N: se 0I ori
'lh r it ll heltt t- - ti'o-t t,f il (<t fl- ) -- . I.r en e, o Ltt ill h-Pc I 'tiitt yi2 ansalt e. ottellr it ttt o t t ico ;
1. Lyman J. Gage. Oct. 12. ieateIt IlItact t ce 4ll t -ot otet i i gUstfmcail taer adgcod oos5eall tc ar
2. Congressnan i. P. Dolliver, Oct. 7 I , b a - eit-, ateel thpI. ttitn"ttttl ettttcs ItheItittthe Ga etspt . eti t- i otxt so ide
3Max Bendix Company, Nov. 4. ''rphy r{ttit, ,1 -te h 11ate r 1.n. o .+9 it tt h ielidt Go Os
4. Brig. Gen. Charles King. Nov. 1 7. 13 l-cy iK. trefts, As . is o le f ee ooti- U t e adoi O-t~ teteac,, st toci , Itt 00.1.11 itt at
5. Senator Win. P. Frye. -e toot.trted t aoil e of ai ot.ttltl midtrrf
6. Will Carleton. a.1. ilteescn get fuscfes till hone - (. G Spalding & Bros.,
toanl . 1 aeo ods) pttuptoin boxcccat'h e IL- ew r at e cof MTnhtatan Shirsjut a e lr; t htee, to ~ e~e
7. John Temple Graves. fIAWoinant's flvehange, 112 FE. Liberty s1. oct at Wadha~i flyan Itl. Se-
8. Sousa and his Band, Feb. 19. -12~ thems . SNlain te.I .M M B N
9. F. Hopkinson Smith, March 1 5. goM-ATL
10. Oratorical Contest, March 25. AO~tA AA1it'AORAAe,+1A A 4 AA~At // U NARA
11. Chicago Alumni Number. I _1 FV V:__ . UEA
12. Announced Later. I V THROW DIRECTOR
Seasn tcket $200.Reseved~ ~Embalming a spectialty. ]ta. 2090u'i 41h
seats 50 cents for the course. 11AWVAY ! ° idence 302 Fif t Ave.
V Otee kowloedgr offactts. Yetotkow thees n s TTT0000"0100 44 veree rsinsineineeeveeseo ecS ~ tT on.
440pwerto cob oeftyteain4q OAL.AI-UP~
__________ *Our SPECIAL DERBY []B ~kI for $3.00.44 SNOW LAUNDRY
V__ souvenir. 50 bala el ttroa 121 44 Yurlaundry washed cPHnane, ll20
A .~Wagner & CO1 Ma starchted asditfesrd I1syti.hilearts
'4444i44St44 44f44aied ot toffo0s0 I s
4t44W'6 wd*eoetVatai, l deto L~l111. a 1A.&dA TIA

MILWARDE, THE. NO-BBY TAILOR.

STATE STREET

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