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February 01, 1896 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M.. DAILY.

THE LATEST
NOVELTY IN GENTS' SWiINGS
AND FANCY VESTING IN '96.
Jos. W. Kollauf,
Merchant Tailor,
10 E. Washington St.
RANDAL L
Photographer
15 Washington Block.
SPAIDING'S
Educalonal .
MIUM1lHF RES !
Souvenirs of c
TWENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS
ba ceplete setcmprising Basobali, P. ot-
bal Tens n olf players andaBchs
will e set to any addess in te' United
states or Canada upo te reelpt o1 i0
A. G. SPALDING& BRS.,
Nw' orkc. Chieg, Phiadlphi.
Largest Manfactrers of Bcycle1,and Ail-
leic Goods Is the world.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organied 1tS3.
Capita, $i00,000. Surplus and Profits, $4,00
Trosacts a general hnking business.
Forelo' exchanges oghtandsd. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pis. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS ANK
Capital Stock, 65000. Surplus, $150,00.
Resurces, $1,0,00.
Organized under the General Banking Lawn
oft thin State. Receives deposits, bhys and
sels echange n te principal cities of the
Uited States. Draft cashed pn proper
Identificatin. Safety deposit boes to rent.
OrreCeas: Christian Mack Pre. W. .
arriman, Vice-Pis.;l Chas E. Hisgck,
Cashier: A. .. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLU's, 4S S. State St.
ON
'THE
]BUM.
Possibly your gym. suit
S is in that condition. If
so excange it for a new
one at
Mi SIAEBLER'S Cyce Emporium
11 W. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR.

DO

-YOU SMVOKE?
4 Pittsburg Stogies for - ce
7 Full Value Cigars for--------------25c
C Prodigy Cigars for - - - - 25c
4 Owl BoqutCigars for-------------25c
3 Royal Banner Cigars for - - - - 25c
Lowest Market Price by the Box.
_ ._. DEAN & COMPANY.

44 South Main Street.

ZT U V VL 11CV11 i V V7 V

'Varsity Indoor Meet.
Thle daehil f the'-aniual 'varsity in-
door sieet lhss biels set for IFrida y
e'venling, Marchli13-. A full prodramn
wyill bi g ivell, similar to tnit of last
year. lHut-de eveints will lie iddied,
buit it baslist been decided wliethier
bioxing will, beialiowsd.
Two iliformlolminieis, to be kisowvupis
the freshimiini ad spimureiiiomeets
swill be held at eirtier dites. No aid-
ani.lonisfee silil is- liargeitfor these,
as5 theyswill iseto-id for lie ipsriose
of gi'ltilg lie lest yearat'nditseceond
yiear mienliills comip~etitioin fos' liii
eenitisIl iii e 'v arsity imiiet. liii
fresimmiasi sell uwill behold Fiidaoy

I At Webster Hal.
Beiforo the Webster Society, last
iilid bn B. Brooks Five ms adilimss
igain detlilistt lils bearers wi~hm osig.
L. 'P. Ilaaiss caimd mpopu
were ;rivenlsby .1. A. Oieieosv ili
'"'suta's i'O'siliililies." tb- S. A. G(i-
aisni 5 "igbugs, Ililillilis ad.iiOtiie-
ers ligos," hy'AV. B. tHuisil"College
Life.' The society enijoyed llid
thhils aisrdl with pileasur11eapparienitly,
'liii' silver illesiilil'discueidklyy Al-
bright.,1-asson,. Tuines slid iiONito'iiei
iind blipa numsiber ii gieneral debaite.
Tins attendaisce Was list 4o larg-e as
usual0, hut i'itliiisi1isiii lmadei'upiitiie

Closiug Out
We have left a fair etock of
aV~ sorts of
_ WRITING TABLETS
which can be closed out an-
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR IOC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - 8C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stock will not he replaced.
Coins quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
MOORE & WETMVORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
nAVE A COMPEEveSTsOO
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.

afternoon.,i-i-i. t2.,:iid the slitillie diffe'ien'e. I+. lY. lIonrihass pi Note hooks and other Students' Supplies.
F ostaln fless.ndPine Stationery, Sporting
more ieit-ill lie held ioa the ifter- chmoseniairshall for the remaider of Goods, etc., which they offer at the lowest
prcs.

iiooinor escn-i'itof i-iolnrdaiy, Ma~rchlI lthe'term.
7. 'lTeeiwill bo four events in 'ea:1 Will Rebuild Its Rotunda.
iseet;, 40 yardns dash, .ilyards liurdle,
ronnlig igh iiiiiii:1111 lit:' aul.1'1he Viiversiiy of Virginia spiroposes.
'Thiei-i'will alisoblie n'or loire relaytoIsrebusild its rolisnila, 1that1 WOO s
races. 'liii'arraiigi'iints seg'adtlig iroyeit by fire,'qitelicor unerlyli'
thsewllle i:'ildsiiilte. samnei'as it. was iefore. Its ri-cs:-
'tlhese ireliiiiiry ie'ls hi''litstciil ilcot$iliit11:li'
merlyforAln lb heliteriary diptilr- iiioey isin hand1:1or ill sight.,'liie
i-oitsitons d'sri' filtrustees will not restori' the inneix
first yea:r and.:1sironit year use::i i tat asbunedii, hut protiose to btild
instead. four l'sepliatesrelrs
tlepartmntis. esiutle:
Reunion of the Law Class of '93. ;90,000;a iphysical laboratory, cos.ting-
Gierrif II. Albers, cilr-cuit couriicoin- x+"0,000,t. and1 a building for tile lass
milssioner ait Graisd Raptid.; and mini- school, costing x+20,0t0.-Corniell Dillys
ber of ts'eilass-classs of hit, has jusat i.
issned al directilcy of Shtlsass.. 'T'he'SPRIING LINR Oh' WOOLRNS.
woirk tosecarefudly :1111 eiinscieniitisly -We coil estiecial atteintions to Ihe
idone and contains tie-siidi' the direr- Gldein Ragle ad. They arcesnws sas-
tocy a i'i'iorid of theiiinlarrioges of tig ftherspring hune of W~oolens whirls
isienliers if She class anid roil- Is arthea o nyeersow erqalit~y anidvociety. You lire
slilisuie attr eineiriiisg liialoways sure of getting ftilsalsu'.
'lass bianqutiasld re'unlion whlich ,Mu'. Rose swill be at the Cool: house
will. be hielit oil Feb. 22, :19SS) every Ttiesday with a compllete hune
Thesre sic also obiituairyisotices ot of samlllies. 'iTiey imake suits to order
JahnHoyandC. ells an huor-aa low as$20-adv.
ous "toasts" b~y Amblrosm' C.Bindmnan, 16,000 MILRS.
fD. A. Broswn, of Kansas City, Ri1. Always a leader, the Ohio Central
and (tliser nyprof ran thpiss.Lines mileage ticket, with latest addi-
_____________ tons is the best, Covering the Big
CALENDAR. Four, B. & 0., C., H. & D., Ohio Cen-
tral and innumerable other systems, it
Sot., Feb. 1-1Itobart Guild reception is the favsrite Traveler' Companio.
at Harris tHall.
asssl s. -s -4Tin of 'l..e 'us:is_,._ THlE ICE IS FINE

Csll and see us before Purchasing.
THE ANN-ARBOR LIGHT INFANTRY
CIRC0U S
Feb. 12 to 15
inclusive. A genuiee professional circus to
be held ia thin::k. -ealsday matinee.
C. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS:-U. of MW., A. A. H. S.
The finest in the city. Come and see.
Cou~gh Syrusps0
0 We ha~ve all kinds. We hassev
shout one hind. WVe make it. it's
Syu fTar asnd Wild. Cherry. It's
gold Better try it nest time.
$ PALMER'S PHARMACY.$
Ev'serybody knos sHolmes has the
Siest hackms, Coupies and driving
horses in towna. 'hone him from
her-e.
SPECIAL.
D IFTAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and Pasts
at prices Ho suit everybody: we alss do
reeairing, cleaninmg and pressing. Work
called for and delivered. No. di S. State st.,
.ecomdlfloor.
0"M. MARTEN, Funeral Director, Coth
anl etallic Caskets and Common
Coffins. Emhainsg a Specialty. No. it E.
Wasingtoi at.
U OF Al. SHIAVING PARLOR and Batk-
.roois. All appointments Seast class.
Imported and domestic cioas. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing an~d hathinmg-parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski 34 S. State at.
WI HEN YOU WYANT your clothes cleaend,
W pressedrulised or rebound go to Dies.
Pinsereover lSheehans b ost store. Lab-
seatsry aprons made to order
CHICO & AUSKERADE COLLARS
ODENA, & PATOKA CUFFS,
LATEST STYLES.

Room 9. omtain building5.
Mon., Fieb. .l--"'riim' itrt"hiy Di'.
C'anmpbell,inity lly ub111c1ourse.
Tues., Feb. 4-ttcmienyl Concert
Company iii University Hall; auspilces
of Athletic Association.
FiFeb. 14-Fleat Semester closes.
Fri., Feb. 14, 8 p. in., University
Hal-Hon. Henry Watterson in S. L.
A. course.
Fri., Feb. 14 Waterman Gymnas-
ium-Twentieh Animal Ball of tbc
Palladium fraternities.
Maon., Feb. 17-Second Semester be-
gins.
Sat,Feb. 29- Bonion Temple Quar-
toils in S. L. A. course

on lbs Athletic Field rink and nosy is
the time Is enjoy it.
IF. C. WEtNEIIG.
Ten sr itwelve students can obtain
good board at No. 21. S. State :t., be-
ginning Feb. 3. 90
IF YOU ETER VISIT DETROIT.
And swhat student does notyou
msake a mistake if you fail to look
through the show, roonue of Slessrs.
Wright, Kay & Co., on Woodwaret
avenue, adjoining the opera house.
For twventy-four years this bous has
been a synonym for everything fine
in the line of Precious Stones1 Watch-
, e, etc., etc.-Adv.

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