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March 03, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-03-03

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TIE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE LATEST
NOVELTY IN ENTS' SUiTINGS
AND FANCY VESTING IN '96
Jos. W. Kollauf,
Merchant Tailor,
10 E. Washington St.
2d Semester.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $4 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.
RI G Spaldig & Brs
"TeoNames a GDor-
ftnle that the artile
hearig it is the best
poducd. niefrms
andl Sapliroof svery
d e elio for ihed-m
Illstraed Catloue.
Mer Acme of Perfetiu-
TI±E
Spalding Bicycle
FOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Ness York. Chiag, Philadlphia.
Largest Mnufatrer of1Biclyclesad Ath-
lecGoods ia the sorld.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN.
OF ANN ARBIOR.
Orgaized l1803.
Capital, $100,000. Surpls ad Profits, $40,000
Tronscts a ~eeral baking buslee;ss.
Foregn exhages houht ad sold. Furish
letters of credit.
P. BACII Pres. S. IV. CLARSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Sltoc,$5,00. Surplus, $10,000.
Resources, 1,00,000.
Organzed ander the Cenerl Bnkig Laws
ofhis State. OReeves deposits, hysad
sells eohange on the pricipal eities of the
nited States. Drafts rshed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit hoeas to ret.
Orienu: Christlianacko Fes.; W D.
Harriman, Vie-Pres.; Cas E. Hisok,
Cashier;0. . Frite Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLY'S, 4S S. State St.
YOUr G~mSuit
Cheapest place to buy it
is at
M. SIABL[B'S Cc~e Emporiu,
11 W. Washington t.
Bicycles, Sundries, Sport-
ing and Athletic Goods.

-for Spring and Sumimir Suits----
---18 North Fourth .Avenue, Arlington Block. -
IBOARZD, BAR
NEW DININGPARLORS OPENED T NO.1IIMAY
friellyg s B oein< Mseh bs aed hands.OtWil o eoss to-iou
oran Thesvery etO ,.)'0boari the 4 teoowll be served.os dlt
csonvincetd. A special diet table only for those who wsa it.
F. J. RENNINGS, C. W. PRINGLE, F

STYLE[S Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
nl sortsof
gOR -- RITING TABLETS
- - whichlicrn be closed out an
follows:
ID. MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
0R T 000 RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR lOC
NADS.0000 WRITING TABLET, 8 C
a df~frent CRNE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
'ROPRIETORS WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
Thsis stock will nt be replaced.
Colle quick for first choice.
:prpudArgun Printing House.
pe ponc
1lbs for $1 'MOORE & WETMORE
per pound 65S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
2 lbs for $1 CORNER OF WILLIAM,
P.ANY. HAVE A COsPLEE STnOCK Or

Fancy Mixed Nuts_____
Fancy Mixed Nuts __.
Fancy Virginia Peanut.
Fancy Virginia Peanut,
44 South 101 am Stroet.

--------lOc
11
$ lOc
5 P
DEAN & COM]

UNIVERSITY NOTES. I CALENDARt.
Asti- rN ilii, ex'96,L, 10solsolying 1Mat-eli 3 111(1 , Room 21, livecs:ily
bosw at the Northwesterns Vuiversily. Hall, 5 p. mi.--1,elure by Prot. Lloyd
Dr;. P. C. Iloser ltasbeen eonfinedi to aonc Dealtof Socrt-nos."
slit- boilse; stillness-cofor thlilt tfews Wed., lMar. 4.--IHoin.Henry Wailer-
tlniyn.S. I.A. course.
' lsloros..Slur. 5-Fatulty conncert at
Copies of yio e.al-so Daily 1iii1y be iI-n"ero StMeooritl 1flail.
parocuei n U10iversity Ha~ll, and lit Fri., M1ar. It-Secoilil 1.7 racial ii
Wahir's, Sieebiasus or Polir. iGranger's.
There still be a imeetinig of lie rlubs Sat., Marcel 7, S p. to., Watea-ini
of 94,in oom9, Jnien~y Hllongyimnasiuim-Indoor meet, competition
of )4,iiiRoo 1) llitceil litl pe51 to all secoind3year studeiits in
S<alsirday, March 7, at t0:30it. 1m. All every departmenct.
'94 Ies are urged to attenool Fri., March 13, 8 pi. isn., Watermaaoi
Ini addliiio o Otiose nionsed yea. cyioiiaeiumi arsityfidoer inert.
lerdloy the imanagers of the Loll) Year Tlors., Apc. 9-IFaculty soucr-t it
Fric. l eiooial flall.
parlty- sisl i t (xteld thanks oforser-ii Soil., Api. ll-Srig, recesbegins,
sirisriodereidlos the Ann Arbor (Or- endling llolily. April 20).
THlE 011H OREN'.1IRAL VILEAGE
Hahnemannian Society. TICI RTL.
-If you travei oae thoousanod imiles
A beslilog of floe llaloleiniioiaun So- dsuring the ya'yl tl ov oe
ciety ssill be hliilItIis eeing, it by purchasiiig a thoosusnmilicket.
whiicli ftie follossing liortiiwsill bed Tue brat in the mao-keltre those Is-
giseil:sued by agents of Ohio Centrual Liune.
Adres D. R S.Coplan paer.They ure good over all tim isportant
Ailees Dr 11 5.Cotelaid;papr.systemne including floe entire 11. .C 0.
A. J. Rll4itt, udiscussion by (G.3l. system wvest of Pittsbuirg, thie Big
Steele;,ipaper, 1Marion Wilts,,; quiza Oil Four, etc. See agents of Ohis Central
surge-ry, 0. N. Rlyan. Lines before purchasing. Price $29;_
good one year.
Second Junior Social,
NOTICR.
Thbe second junoior social of flue yeoar. All -canodidates for floe't98Toriok
still be given at Grager's Academy Teia are reqluested to report to me
Friday eveninig. Tickts wilt be $1.00 at floe Gymnaisiiums any day this sseek
.oid boby e ort-ueo o aly f hefrom -:30 to 5.30 it.us. Mein arc
and ay b pro~ul<1 o anyof h eeded for all floe events and epecial-
social coimomitlee,. A. MS. Smiithi, R. L. ly for thie relay races. Let every
Dean, L. E. Mahoer or ..Bealing. soptonmore turn out as floe iret will
All roitdilalee for te freshmnan to be held on Saturday, Marcci 7.
basealltealn ill andther nmes H. T. IRALD, Track Maliager.
anid positionls to the moanaoger at once. MATHEMATICS 2a.
HARRIY B. POTTER, A new section (XI) of Course 2a in
39 S. Tihayer st. Mathematics still be formted to rectr
to Mr. Bal at 2 p. us. on Mon., Toes.,
One front suite, $2.50. One aingleWe.ThrinRo 27
room 75 cents. Furnace beat, light W. W.. BEM AN.

UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
For the Second Semester,
New end Second-Hand
wehicht they oilier
At the Lowest Prices.
STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING
GRANG1ER'S
You ca joino our cloasseasnow, or at
any timoe rouvesient to youroelf, the
term starting when yea do. Office and
AcadrmyI6SMaynoord st.
C1. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS-U. of M., A. A. H. S.
The finest in the city. Come and s ee
$ TA TIRED FEELING" 0
Wtill dissappear if you tote
$Beef Iron and Wine.
It lsttoad to tutor rithoer. Fifty£
c est bottles. Yosr moneyssworth
or your motney hart.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
0 400S. STATE ST.
0 imaesliveery louse aice resole driv-
horses for ladies. 'Phone from hero.
SPECIAL.
D IETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and Fasts
at prirrs to suit eserybody; we also do
repairing, cleanntg and pressing. Work
culled for aad de'.ocred. No. in S. Slate st.,
second fboor.
0 M. MARTIN, Coneal Director, Coth
. indMtallic Coastets anod Fise Crude
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. lb S.
Fourth use.
UOF M0. SHAVING PARLOR and Both-
U.rooma. All 11ppointments firstclas.
amported asd domestir cigaru. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing asd bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski 300S. Stoate st.
THlEN YOU WANT your rlotthes cleaesd,
Vpreused, rrlined o rebound go to Mrs.
Fingere, over Sheehan's biook store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to ordor

. A,

and bath. 20 S. Ingalls St. 1363
Over 10,000 colego men in the
United Staten are today svearing fra-
lordliy tbadges. Those svho are so
fortunate as to have purcebased them
from Messrs. Wright, Key & Co., of.
Detroit-end specimens of their work
are sc-atered from the Atlantic to the
Peolic and from Minnesota ts Louis-
lana-have thte finest that are manu-
factored in this country.

NOTICE.
There still be a ieeting of all those
intotsested in toe freshimen bseball
tein Room 9, University Hdalet
4 o'clock Wednesda y afternoon. CHICO & AUSKERADE COLLARS
HARRY B. POTTPIIER,
_________Manager ODENA & PATOKA CUFFS,
just recefte, na 1ot ofnew Os ets
Mugs and Mlatting at HALLER S LATEST STYLES,
FURNITURE STORE.

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