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September 25, 1900 - Image 2

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Published Daily (Sundays except'dl btrntge
- ~Cullege year at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICRIGAN
_ ~ MANAGING EDITOR,'
0. H. HANS, 'I1
BUSINESS MANAGER,
F. ENGELHAHIS.'1 L
EDITORS:
ATHLETICS, - G. D. HrntsTr, Ex , iF
A. HMcotlA-LL,'0HlE. L.J7. MsxTueui)s '01
W. A. KttNittx ,-'01 I. V. T'. Esuss '03
MISS LILLIAN I(. SAulso. '03.
As yet it is entirely too early to say
muhlt ais reglitd lti Msiiga's Iprospiects
for at siujig Ionai. Tilico is anl enror-
nUous alouint o1 wor1k to beIlo1il11 in
titel'cijinlg a teai but it bas all exect'-]
'has bee'n spared 1(o Ltring ill' eliftnliphl-
ship 101111' I Ann~ ArlibI' tis year. Iti-
11101, iplatcs it high figure ats leie
Of Lnngttonl lea's servici's for lt'e two
inonths lie wtill be ss'illi til t n 1111.1d1
of gsod butsiitess. lilt' btest is ahtastS
Ia lgo ti 'I'll is 'i till'dalt. Andt it
t't'l'oi l ia bt hasi everlili~ betor Ilt'
wl lltt' tiI thes game1s1 laIrk-ll a111 11itt
'01111 b1e1 net'll T~is 1n'tar1s1 geoti

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY:

Football Scores Saturday.
IllItiet'.sarolday pritttiet' giaies itot
a1 sinlgi'losing tealo lt111atraged to i
sq~t'ueezeill .1ltH'or.Th Ti ttlowsiig we
tilt I,0,;( tllt'illtat contestli in.tle
Itlitl-a- 24, Lonibard 0.
Minnesolta 26k, St. P'anl High Schootl 0.
Wisconsttlinl 6, Madison IHigh Schlool I0,
t'lIe 3' 4, Lebanont Saltey 0.
Nitrittisesitern Untivers~ity 136',Nirtil-
ttestt'rtt college 0.
Behli 23, W'hitewatcr Noliltils I0.
Mtonmollutht 43, Kirkwood HighrI
Schotil 0.
Knox '20,. (arthage 0.
Marshall High 'Schoaol111, Katlatnazoo
1t1-11 Schlool 0.
Whtitehall High Schtool Ii, Muskegon
Highl School 0.-
IL.-Jisilag 4.,31. A. C. 0.
Calendar.
'i'uestday, Stilt. 25-5)lttniitg ofit'rst
Sa'tulrdiay. StIti . 8t-- iiiidalei ttRell
versity IAIl-.A~lnul S. C. A. Addlres
Nyt)'i'.Am~l.IIA'MN

STEIN-BLOCK CLOTHING
j i= This mlake of clothinsg is con-
fned to us in this town, and is the
ssellest tailois' creations for Fall
wsear.
Suits $15.00 to 25.00.
I Overcoats; $i6 to 3o.
J LI NDENSCHIITT
& APFEL
Nobody is in it with us. We tateu Decorate your room with
WHN got a regular cinch on the
IT $3.50 and 4.00 Pictures from
COMES MEN'S SHOES '
TO Call atid see tLem. No troubleJ~ ~1~Cj.
MEN'S t t~~h~ltt
toshw heFles 1 ART STORE.
SHOES GOi~. H. MILLER~,1
212S. Main St. 1217 South 4th Avenue
ATHENS THEATRE,
DEAN Mi. SEA BOL T, Lessee ant(I fflyr.
THEVI[RST BIG GUNSoFr THEIZSEIASON.,

VIMA'* ritt Oil. 7. 11. X'. 1) TUESDAY, SEPT. 25. Hoy's Banner Success, o ~ t i f V i1L t
lthl'Nlt-nAll tit' itebltoiny "ATRIP TO CIJNATOW'N,
al'tt'r "'atliri.lay t't't'llillg l tiselibl la lst Introducing Mr. Harry Gilfoil1
de-liiti; poet'ltry. _ WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26.
NOTtCE. l Mr. John Griffith in a Magnificent Revival of
.1. :ittilntr ot' college -girls wonid he
itt wfxork of Ythe folioseving kinds' "THE GLAD~IATOR" j
Swi'(epilig, duin~iig, waiting tupon table, I' I " 1i U
illill1l sew fil, andt the care of chi ldren.i
Lathe~S wishing sunch work, ei'iher by tTHU RS DAY, SEPT. 27.
the huor01 week, please apply to the WmA.Ba Presents OlaNtes's esino
Emlpilylent Conmmlittee of the AWorn Wn A Bay Og ~tesl eso
Miis. F.t'. Jordtan (chiairmalln of corn.) K. L1..J ..L' ...'
08Olivia la icc.I Production Colulhlete uts Presenltedt at Wailack's Thleatre,. Nest'Y'trk C'ity-.
Mris. l1. I]. Cootley, 534 Sit. Slate. I
Mrs . R eachmS 102 H ll st RCES, 25C, 50C, 75c and $i.oo.
TO p ti ae Tliree Dtays iin Au talte ianttr117altltionit tHALLER'S Jeswetc.
TO Store .New'Stake IttlOil.
NEW
STU DENTSI
As; it ittOtt )ONS sAist) R O SIN 'S',
it'e are better prepared than ever U r Y ~ - Y
to give the best of carruage service, ]BILLIA D PA R LO
having added Iwo ruiber ired
coaches In nor stock. REMODELED, REFITTED, EVERIYTHI NG NEW,
BRUNSWICK BIALR(E COLLENDER TABLES.

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CIENEI IL CtHl.aatTIIY-AD-
TANGED CREDIT.
All applicanls comxing front high
aclaoolu, normtal schools and snmaller
collegea, and who are expecting to re-
ceive advanced credit, will be ex-
ninined for anuch credit. The examina'
'thoit will be hteld on Thuraday, Oet. 4,
at 4 p. in., lowver lecture room, Medical
Building.
Applicants from the colleges or uni-
versities of equal rank will bring cre-
dentials and -other evidence of fitness
to receive advanced credit to me on
Friday, Oct. a, at 4 p. itt., lower lectnre
room. Medical Buildinig.
The right to examine any or all ap-
plicants is reserved, P. C. FREER.
START RIGHT BY USING
royal Tigers, 10.; Tigerettea, Sc.

Holmes Livery
'PHONE 106, 5l5rE. LIBERTY ST.
Redmnond, Kerr & Co,,
BANKERS,
41 Wall Street, New York
'Tranat a geneial baninlg busese.
Receive depoais subject to draft. Dividends
anid interest colleeted aind remitted. Aol as
Fiscal Agents for and negotiate the issoe of

MONAJ~cJ4 ciJsy$oNs
HIGH GRADE----
CIq4,ps, ToR0oc, C'q41fETTES
:2RR 32 SOUTH
FEYNOLDS E HA.$TREET

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Secorities bought and aold on comtmis. ion.
Members New York Exchange.
Dealers in High-Grade Investm~ent Securi-
ties. List of current offerings snt an appli-.
cation. Philadelphia Correspondence, Gra-
ham, Kerr fie.Co.

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JstFWICU SANITARY PLUMBING,
ELECRIC COIISTHIJCTION AND SUPPLIES,
~ STEAaeT AND ROT WATER HEATINGI,
207 E. Washington Street. AETIsUsiC GAS AND E~LECTRIC FItU'tt'iD ,-

AnLrb r a g steait We are headquarters for everything in the line of furnishings for-
G" asolineLa p . students' rooms,
an LAMPS, OIL CANS, PHOTO RACKS, SlJADES,.
'"The Lamps that don't go nut nightts." 1 WASTE PIAPER BASKETS, CUSPIDORS.
Made by The Superior M'f'g. Co., Our Prices You Will Always Find the Lowest.
329 S. Main St., near Williams. Sfl,
'hstpeWiholesalea and-n retail dealers in Mantles, Shds-hmesadSple.W ae25SUHMI TET
Shde, hines ndSuples W hve21 SUT Mii STRT, M - AZ NEW STATE 'PHONE 467-
wax tpes t barn

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rT IF YOU WANT TO BE SWEET, SEE BROGAN, 110 S. MAID,

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