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October 07, 1899 - Image 4

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THE UNIVEESETY OF lICPIy2AN DAILYT

If You Warjt. ...
Drivers
Brassie Drivers
Clubs
Mid Irons
Lofters
Putters
C:addiy Bags
Golf Balls

from $1Q.00 to .$4.00. All a
MARTIN SCHALLER, BOOKSELLI

U. of M. Station- D. fl. TINKERf & SON
pry for all depart- HIATTERIS AND rUN 1R
nents. V~e Sell Headquarters for CrMs
Fountain Pens... and Ctomplete linofGmAt7

ire guaranteed.
.ER DOWN TOWN,
116 s1onothlo ain Street
For
The
Gamre

t

AGENCY FOR LONGLEY HATS
,334 South State Street

WFJY NOT GO OUT IN STYLE
WITFI A FOUR IN HAND
H011ME$' LIVEy,
Phone 106. 515 East Liberty Street.

YOU CAN FIND THEM AT LAMPS FOR STUDENTS
We hate a fleene sortmenitiofiVente rft, Nicel-plated Lamsi.julutteg rThe Royal, The
Rochester andtePluood, The Berlin snd Perfecton Stoacot Lamps-
8 H ~ f A 8 ay a p f ihid. ussecan give yo uees Lmps. fo r set e e i t. he i dh
&HE f111N' selsfekod.55 &,S ~COME AND SEE.

Cue. Muss aod Huruc Street.
Capital, 150,000. Snrplue, $3,0.uu.Trasctslor
geeralbankn usiness.
R, KEMPF,Pres. C. G EN, Vice-Perey
Fouc, H BatIs. (aser
FIRST NATIUNAL BANK Ognier16
tapital, $100,us00.Surplsus dProfits, 40,000
echange bough.t a.5 sod. Furnsh letteersio
credit..
E. H. KINNI'.. Pi o.HARRISON Sult Lit,
V ice-pf.
S. A.tCARSO}iN (ushus:
Reloflm f Rrbor Savi Ius Lank
Capital Stuck. 8e0u00. Surplusc 55 Otx.
Orcganized under the Generaul Banking Lt',e
ci thhSetatelReciv'escdeposits, but' tedd cello
exchange ccnthe principaltesofcithte Cnited
Safety depoit bxrt et
Orevisc: CitiunsMackPes.; WS.H GIst-t-
man, Vice-Prec.;(iCcast. Hicucu, Casiter;M.
J, Fit, Assitant Cashcier
W. . BeOTs, PlE.
W. ARNOLDu, ictVicce rcc T
J. V. iSEEssAN, 2d5 Vicepre
Jussc.C.WAsca. Acst ('achut SVINGS
BMANK
'Transacts a general
Banking Bintess.
U. of .Barber h, eLu t':;uiifc
and Bath Reric "-tStill
322SState t. i. R. Trcjanv.;t: Prop,

W'e carry is stork thuelMorris-
tcwn, 'Spaldisg, and are city
ageots fete the celebrated
Willie Dunn Clubs
Bring; us your old GtitF ALLatS
and exchange them for new.
SHEEHAN & Co.
Promsoters 320 S. oSeATE S
of Golf AONARBOR MI.55
® 1I "A

Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,
A N v ARBOR. MICH.

DEAN & CO.

Football Games Todayj.
Atliioat Attn Arbor.
Wesleyanitat Cambhridge.
tutua at Chicago.
Knox at Chamuspaign.
Shattuckh Mtiitry at Minnetapolis.
Atmitur t'iEvantetst.
Pennisylvaniaiat HBuowni.
telit ait Milwta'ukee.
Bute at Pate.
A coaintti iline of Adlter Bres. fOne
suitsi d atticam, ttyan & Relnt, 200-
11.i . ' t i ci, '951, tite uf NW rinkles
frmer editors, tistnu'w11occupying thepo-
s'tion o ' j iiw it tintCatlutte, Mich.
All i iv. I' tiims isihinig tu roter i~t
theclats seies foottallgamse s musut
hand :1 i i i itt aiiCu e Dy Oednec iay,
Oict. It. lOI.ntgi'raciust ihatntiis a.afull
li of thir n t bi y d'atur'idayOct. i1.
St. K. Crafts, Aun't Mgr.
AL I.-1 iLEtiil1(N CAND~tIDATESd.
'1,in, illbeitaumee ting of alt ani
latesuo ithe A .li-frcuiititeiimutu x,:
-Motndiyeveinitg, at 7:30 1i. it., in the
-13 Harry K. Crafts, Asst. Mgr.

Calendar.
Saturday, Oct. 7.-Varsity vo. Albion
College.
Monday, Oct. 9, 9 a. cc., S. CL. A. re-
served seat chart os at t NV ider'u.
spens S. L. A. course.
Saturday, Oet. 14.-Varsity vs. Went-
ern Reserve Uiniversity.
Wednesday, Oct. lb.-Varsity vse
Netre Dame University.
Saturday, Oct. 2.-Varsity vs. Alum-E

STUDiENTS' LECTURE
CIATION.

ASSO-

Twelve Numbers to be Given This
Year. Tickiets On Sale at
Wilders.
COURSE OF 1899 - 1900.

1. Lyman J. Gage. Oct. 1 2. 'tudual stt~iiltntsin his deptartmentt
2. Csugressvas I. P. olliver. Oct. 7 (.- o'tir. , 5 01kinfr< otr-
3. Max tiliX Cunmpany. Nov. 4. it. t "E,-c ,1\es 'a litei t, int luest
4. Brig. Gen. Charles King. Nov. 1 7. : _ __)_k_____.
5. Senatorsi'ms. P. Frye. Seluit-s.tan-et gliunchues (ull hotme
6. Will Carleton. Jan. 1 7. titt 21 itti 15)lputupitn haxes t he
7. John Temple Graves. N Vuiuan'uOttj'.ichang, 6t2 PE. Liberty ci.
8. Sousa and his Band. Feb. 1 9. 1
9. F. Hopkinson Smith. March 1 5.-
10. Oratorical Contest. March 25.
11. Chicago Alumni Namber.
2. Announced Later.
Season tickets $2.00. Reserved
seats 50 cents for the course.

Rteusbens15. Kemnpf, Ifros Europeian t ,.0.
Consversatory, Getrmansy, teacitert'fat
Pians, Organ, and Muical a aos
Liun; als the art osachteing eii
X12 S. Division ot. -1
Viacfirst sf a series uf lttogi pa oatl ii UHSN EE.1il
lies uwillhe given at Gihi'.tt, ii,,.- E15.
daOct. 7th. -i2UIIIv 1I Of
P'rut. Latimeutritilldisutheubjecti S hOe S h c W
its idealisticphstiae," befliethbta s t iLSi t 4D4
Ilktt"tmen':;c'itseutftthei n~ei dt.. i tTgADE-PlA7,-
chiurchineut-vt daiy, iutatliaiel tt ,
tenU'till'. ar~ til ' t yrtu.' h 'sttg il 1
tall track prauctice i w i i -lbgi .01ion- itQ ittt c11hi t N I,
day, Oct. 2, at the Athletic a.: Ii.. t Sit, INnt , O t ,tl
t ,;t s, iz lzcf t.r:tuchk cmcn are requested t otu s t IaI Uriaio . sShoes-aut Ever% '.
o'cltick toHowiard aM. Hayecc, itoll oil tce aeSt..:t 'in
live chat-ge of the statd. .atlt,.i ,
12 J. F. McLeant t t hutip;tenth"!.-a-)idt,1'C.
- - - tu~~rritti iiitd i~
AN inewlice oftManhuttlutan dliiis just ! . GS poal d lnc
tnat a dhamst, lRyan & itt tlt' iCePINi' ot, Chic,
thereu. S. Mairsa t. ZJN AlN.
Aattes~tA cc//aeu..,aee/j FUNEr. .
DIRT-CTOR
W IAG NtumL himttalmueg a seieealty.Nto. 21::
TAILORS TO MEN
Large Collection oftALU- NO AN R
Exclusive Novelties SNW ADR OEY20
Your laundry washed clean and well
123 S. MAIN STREET. siarcieartditesed Evety~itsghleacbsed
S. an~ud airedotofdoor.. Ti yous

0I50A.

MILWARDE, THE NOBBY TAILOR.,

STATE STREET

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