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October 13, 1899 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-10-13

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

AtWHO'S YOUR TAILOR? D. fi1. TINKER~ & SON
STIIATTEIS AND FUR.NISHSES
U00drch, W lkerHeadquarters for
HASTi.C'A, MEN'S F 5 cIttIII
UU F 0FRONT ROOM OVER, FIRST NATIONAL BANK. acompleteiiliofGYMNAS11:31
________ AGENTS FOR THE BEST TAILORS ON EARITH. AGENCY FORl LONGLEY HlATS

If You Want...
Drivers
Brassie Drivers
Clubs
Mid Irons
Lofters
Putters
Caddy Bags
Golf Balls
YOU CAN FIND THjEM AT
We carry an stock the Morris-
town, Splding, and are city
agents for the celebrated
Willie Dunn Clubs
Bring us year old GoLF J BoALTs
and exchange thero feor newr.
SHEJ2HTAN & CO.
PromoterS 20SSA TES
of Golf ANN ARORMIC..
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 8.
2. Congressnan J. P. Dolliver, Oct. 7
3. Max Bendix Company, Nov. 4.
4. Brig. Gen. Charles Kcing. Nov. 1 7.
5. Senator Win. P. Frye.
6. Will Carleton. Jan. 1 7.
7. John Temple Graves, Jan. 26.
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.

L. C. GrsOlODRIC, A. Id. WAa sssI. Z '
THE MONEY SAyERS'
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U. oftI. Barber Shop It '11' ld 'in~
and Bath Rooms. lciil',iii ii il
300 Stote S1. 1. 1R. Irtlonowski Prop.
SNOW LAUNDRIY
~STATE PHONE, 520.
Stiur laundnilt'i clci t ae'ls'w teli
GUf1. RN EEB8SMISTIS eSOITtON.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
GeIIt~e hib'i iczi sit ia cii. Ilctdic. ci lo 11.11.
.Ladiiii' 'iisl1iitlli i,'ia. Cl t. o 10 ptii.
PINK BROS., Instructors.
Office and Academy. Nickel Halt. 334--336 S. Stotc
SPALDING'SJ
TRADE-SARK
footbalI $9rIIis 19
The Spalding Ofcial Intercollegiatsercobail
usdecluli'ilry b Yae, iici. , I' ~ ail
Ugifas, OSos and Every Requisite far
the Onrte. Spcililig's lilrci S'iiootba'll (;id.'
lea in;t' 'itiuica dtp iid, lc.ll anttic il l i
(I. G. Spalding &~ Bros.
iii.Yor Ctitiiii elve
g, M, MARTIN.
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 41
Ave. Ambulance night and day. lies.
idence 302 Fiifth Ave.

We ore now in a3 positiol)
to show you the
New Fleur do Lis
Potterrs. Wagner & Co.,
121 South Main St. lhaberdahers.

05I *As

MILWARD, THE NOBBY TAILOR., STATE STREET

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