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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

4 H NIEST O IHGA AL

OUTFITS
If You Wart....
Drivers
Brassie Drivers
Clubs
Mid Irons
Lofters
Putters
Caddy Bags
Golf Balls
YOU CAN FIND THEM AT
SHlE EBYN'
We carry in stock the Morri-
town, Spalding, and re clty
agente for the celebrated
Willie Dunn Clubs
Bring us your old Gor BALLSo
and exchange them for ew.
SHEE~HAN & Co.
Promoters 320 S. STATE ST
of Golf AN5 ARBOR 015.
STUDENTS' LECTURE ASSO-
CIATION.
Twelve Numbers to be Given This
Year. Tickets On Sale at
Wilders.
COURSE OF 1899 - 1900.
1. Lyman J. Gage, Oct. 1 2.
2. Congressnan . P. Dolliver, Oct. 7
3. Max Bendix Company, Nov. 4.
4. Brig. Gen. Charles King, Nov. 1 7.
5. Senator Wi. P. Frye.
6. Wll Carleton, Jan. 1 7.
7. John Temple Graves.
8. Sousa and his Band, Feb. 1 9.
9. F. Hopkinson Smith, March 1 5.
1 0. Oratorical Contest, March 25.
11. Chicago Alumni Number.
1 2. Announced Later.
Season tickets $2.00. Reserved
seats 50 cents for the course.
se1Le As

STATIONER'
from $1.00 to $4.00.
MARTIN SCHALLER,I

IU

U. of M. Station-fD. R. TINKBR SON,

ery for all depart-
m ents. W e SellFo n a n P s. .

All are guaranteed.
BOOKSELLER DOWN TOWN,
116 Southa Main Street

The
WHY NOT GO OUT IN STYLE
WITH A FOUR IN HAND
Phonee tO6. 515 East Liberty Street.
LAMPS FOR STUDENTS
ANc have a icecssottment of Center Draft, Ntickel-plated Lamopsinceluding The Royal, The
Rtocheter and the Plumessood, The Berlinancd Perecetiso Student Loops.
The Nea' Loop. Plumewocod, isoan advacosinoLLnioso It gives more ightO forthoe oil used than
any Lampcf itskinot. Weccan.ivctyouhheoet Lamopsfor thc
Y 1. -aD MO2T=='.
COME AND SEE.

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

DEAN & CO.

I

The Philological Societil.
The frt meeting of the Philological
socciety thio oemestcr will be held
Thursday evening, Oct. 19. At thio
meeting Prof. Bempl illii read a paper
dealing with recent progress in G~er-
matnic philology and more particularly
,xitho.the contributions t thisofbold of
scholarohip made by thec late Prof.
Bencho.
The president of the society for 1899-
c900 to Prof. F. N. Scott. The offie of
secretory, to w-hich Dr. Detnnison u-as
elected loot year, is now vacated. It
uill be iled at the coming meeting.
A complete line of Adler Bros. Oine
suits at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule, 200-
202 S. Main st.
Prttf P. C. Freer and Dean Hutchitts
weict to Bamburg Junction for a fsh-
iog trip Saturday.
For Rent-One single room. 51t;
Thompoon nO. Bath, furance, heat anid
lighot; $1.75 per week. -15.
A curiouo custom prevails in one of
the "dorms" up at Chicago University.
TthefPent girt that0 arrives goes on an
expedition through the "dorm," and if
she happeno to see any article of furni-
ture in any of the rooms whicho she fanc-
cies wvould look well to hers, she calmly
'swcipes" it, bc it table, chair, rug, cot,
wsashstand or what not. This is dotte
with the sanction and aid of the house-
keeper, chanibermaid anod janitor.
"First come, first nerved," seems to be
thce motto of the house.

Calendar.
Saturday, Oct. 14.-Varsity vs. West-
en Reoerve University.
Wednesd.ay, Oct. 1.-Varsity vs.
Notre Dams University.
Saturday, Oct. 21.-Varsity vs. Alumu-
ni.
Miss- Mt.rc E. OCotnnor' 99, is doinsg
reportorial work on the Chicago Toi-jO
ute and editorial wcork on the Chicago
Timmsc-Heraldl.
All class teams wishing to enter In
the class series football games must
hand their saumes to me by Wednesday,
Oct. 10. Managees must hand in a full
list of their tuen by Saturday, Oct. 14.
H. K. Crafts, Ass't Migr.
Dr. J. Mi. Martin and wife left on the
imornitngtrain of the Auto Arbor foc a
trip northo.
Mhodern single roomu foe rent. Inquire
727 E. Univ. ave. -19
Foe Sale-Onte No. 110 new Wash-
burn -tandolin, $18, for $02; 1 No. 115
ncew Wasthburn Mandolin, $05, foe $100
Both these instruments aseew and
have never beeicnosd. Addeess X, care
of Daily.
Will give board and two pleasatt
rocos to thoree students for teto dollars
a Nveel.
A. B3. KELLOGG,
1.5. Wcashtenaw ave.
A new line of Mtanhattan Shirts just
in at Wadhacus, Rtyan & Reule. See
themc. S. Main sO.

BATTERIS ANsD FURNISBERS
Headquarters for
AS, CAS, 39S Fs'SI osis
ond oiplete lissof GONssoasea
Goosscd 5cosATss.
AGENCY FOB LONGLEY ATS
334 Soth Sate Street
Ca. Stats asS BasoStees.
Capial, $5,00. Sturpls, $0,000. Tasacsea
geealakigbusiness.
R,Koxrs, Pre. (C. E. Boo s, Vice-Fes
FoE.HBESER. oCashie.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK slgssimd3~i
Capital, 100,00. Sctpusoad Poit, 40,000
'fasaccts geelhankinghbsiness. Foein-
oexhgehbough sd sold. Fitnislelttes of
cedit.
E. D INNEE, Pes, BABISON SOLE,
tic-Pres.
S. W. CLAROBE Chie
Tfh H An Mor Sa*iHUS ank
Cpital toc. $500.00. Otuplt, foo,ooo.
Reseourece, S1.500,0).
Orfosiszed undeetihs GooealPcsigLows
of this tate. Riceisosdepociite. bus ad Ctle
exchange o the pitcipsl citis of the ied
ttts. Bats cashcotupopoperien d tfcatio.-
Sfety dlpostoxscoto et.
Oicst: Chrisltin SMac. Pes ;W. D.Barrio--
tos, Vice-Pre.; Cas. E. Iicoc, Cashie;S.
J. Fritz, AssistantCasehier
W. J. 1aiosiw RtS. SIfI[1
W5. Acooso, lost Vice -peys is
J, V.dOss -sps, 2d SAVINGS
JOO.C. WALZ, Asst.Cshier SIIO
BANK
Transacts a general
Blaukiiig Busuess.
School ofDancing
MRB ass MRS. OSS 0.11N~GR, Is~ctest,
ht t ce sotAcadem5 Z too yardct ree-o
Belt Poe N. 40 -
U. of M. Barber Shop "ki Jth ' i
arnd Bath Rooms.tiekole'oa Sih
t udtoseiod.
322 state S. . R. Trjanowki, Prop.
SNOW LAUNDRY X7
0STATE PHONE, 520.7
Vour laundry wsshed clean and ueli
ostarched and itoedt. Everytling hleached a
Sand alrec uut of dors. Tys.
~AI4IRFNIThe
PIARANTEB.0S SATIS~FGTION.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
DANACJzNG
Getlemes eghofigasi o.. Sody. 8tolOiap.m
Ladies' heingcitla01s0, Wod., to 10 pt.
PINK BROS, Instructors
Office asd Acadsy Ncel Hall 34330S. State
SPALDING'S
TRADE-MARK
'football11 ~ eFOR109
The Spaldig Ofiial Intercollegiate Foeball
soil eelosisely b lop inc eloon. Iaard,.
Poeisaiai, toellI, tiesity :of5Chiao,.
Mihigan, cooleey ledidng fohotal team.
Ur)[ arms, Sboes nd Eey Reisie for
the Game. 5ioiionto'o Offiial Fooblli Gid.
Edited lop Walter Cam,o,8tinsrue, wt n
andeplaatoeynote, recod, pholtorapsof
1eading teas,lost )iloc 0. Oictceoiooly iss.
O atsd Cota loe ot all Spots mald free.
(I. G. Spolding & Bros.,
Sew Ycrk Chcao Geover
0. M. MARTIN...-
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4t
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
dence 302 Fifth Ave.

l; WAGNER CO .
TAILORS TO MEN h
Large ollection of ,
Exclusive Novelties 123 S, MAIN ST.1

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