THE U. OF M. DAILY.
NOVELTY IN GENTS' SUITINGS
AND FANCY VESTING IN '96.
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THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, I50,000. Surplus, $150,000,.
Organized under theGeneral Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drats cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OrroC n,9: Christian Miac Pre. W. .
Harriman, Vice-res. ha rE. Hiscoc,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
Possibly your gym. suit
is in that condition. If
so exchange it for a new
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44 South Main Street.
Jaies E. Cross, '86 L, is practicing
Win. Page, '90, is an instructor in
the Lake View high school at Chi-
F. Frederickson, '94, is t'achinig
Greek and Latin in tha Jefferson high
C. O. Merrill, '98 E, has left the Unil-
versity for the present on account of
the death of his brother.
The University School of Dancing
will give a program party this evening
is pupils and their frieinds.
Mr. Clayt"'g, of elenaMontana,
will lecture to the post graduate law
class next week on mining law.
Mrs. Jordan entertains thirty-five of
the gilrls of the Woiiei's League from
3 to Sthis afternoon by a 'ikens'
T.J. Keefe, he great pitcher, will
coach the Slarvad baseball team, and
Teney, the celebrated Boston catcher,
will coach Broyn.
Shiss Gertrude Buck, '94, has an in-
teresting and instructive article ii
religious matters at the Uisvsrsity of
Michigan in a recent issin" of the Out-
The '97 M are giving baiths to the
typhoid fever casses at the hospital.
They are divided into se 'tions of six
each witlh four hours :o duty. These
cases are doing as well as can ise x-
pected at present.
Rev. Mr. Kimball will preaci to-
morrow morning at the Unitarian
church on "What is Religion" and as
there is to be the regular vesper ser-
vice in the evening with a lecture by
him Monday night in the Unity Club
course, his second lecture on "The
Relation of Evolution to Religion," will
be deferred till the following Sunday
'98 BASEBALL MEN.
A meeting of the '98 baseball team
will be held in Room 9 on Wednesday
next at 4 p. I., to elect captain.
R. NORTON, Manager.
LODGE-DAVIS MAcHINE TOOL CO.,
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Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., in the con-
test for the $1,503 lathe, which you offer
to present on March, 1, 1896, to the techni-
cal school receiving the greatest number
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BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
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educated at a cost of seventy-one cents
a year; the boy of the state of Massa-
chusetts at the cost of $18 a year.
Then people wonder at the ignorance
of the negro. Yet," he said, "my race
ie not wholly blameless, for at the
eid of the civil war the negro made
the mistake of beginning at the to p
to reach his end. Every onsa wsanted
to be a congressman instead of trying
to exert a powerful inouencs in his
own community and thus it is tlhat
practically nuolhing has seen idoue to
cievate his posiion. Knit" together
the industries of the races and educate
the negro, then will he elsvate to the
position so long and much desired."
Robert J. Lynn Is Dead.
The sad nes, of She sdeaithi of Dr.
Riobert N. Lynn, hI5S14P, from diabetes,
was received at the University yester-
day. Dr. Lynn started into general
practice in Wisconsin after leaving
here last June and practiced up to
within a few weeks of his death,
which occurred at his home at Mon-
toullo, Wis., Jan. 13.
JNn. 28, Church of Christ--Fancy
Hoop Drill. Readings by Mrs. True-
blood. Cornet solos by Mr. Beebe, of
Wed., Jan. 29, Granger's Academy.
Fri., Feb. 14--First Semester closes.
Fri., Feb. 14, 8 p. m., University
Hall.-Ion. Henry Watterson in S. L.
Fri., Feb. 14, Waterman Gymnas-
ium-Twentieth Aninual Ball of the
Mon., Feb. 17-Second Semester be-
Sat., Feb. 29-Boston Temple Quir-
tette in S. L. A. course.
TO. THOSE USING GRANGER'S
We rent the Academy for social pur-
poses, but do not put small ornanents
in the. rooms to be taken, nor do we
buy plants to be pulled apart. Grang-
er's Academy is not a public hall, all
furnis'hig issludisng ornaments
plants, etc., are private property. No
matter to wiom rented, we reserve
the right to object to the admission of
persons that do not use it right.
THE ICE IS FINE
on the Athletic Field rink and now is
the time to enjoy it. Music tonight
and tomorrow night.
F. C. WEINBERG.
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For gentle driving horses for ladies
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