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April 27, 1896 - Image 4

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TIE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

FOR A WEL L MOE
AND FASHIONABLE CUT SUIT
CALL ON
Jos. W. Kollaf,
Merchant Tailor,
Clothes cut and made in the City of
Ann Arbor.
10 E. Washington St.

Great Hat and Sock Sale.!
All Spring Styles $3.00; Stiff and Fedora Hats $1.98.
Black and Tan Socks, worth 25c, now 2 pair for 25c.
Now is the time to secure a new Hat for Easter and
before going home for vacation.
D. A. TINKER & SON,
HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS, No. 9 S. Main St.
UST OUT! S ii..
CRANDALL MACHINE CO., 6COTON, N.u.
U53 90r awyN.. York. 206 U 3.11. 61, Chcsg.

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Gibson & Clark,
PHOTOGRAPHERS,
12 W. HURON ST
Summer Law Lectures, Univ. of Virginia
July 1 to Sept. 1, 1455. eor students and
practitioners. 27th year. Fr catalogue, ad-
,dress (P. O. Charlottesville. Vs.)
R. C. MINOR. Secretary.
ANN ARBOR
Steam
Laundry,
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Orgasized 1063.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought and sod. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAYINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources,$1,100,000.
Organized under theGeneral Banking Laws
g thin State.tReceives deposits, bays and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OFFICERs: Christian Mack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas IE. Hiscuck,
Cashier;0M. . Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES.
Everything in the Bicycle
line at
M. STAEBLER'S Cycle mporium,
11 W. Washington St.

YOU PUT YOUR FOOT
IN IT.

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THAT9S just what we want you to do-put
your foot in a HANAN SHOE
and you will say it's the nicest and best
fitting Shoe you ever had on. Come and
Seethem anyway.
Geo. C. Shirts, 88S. State
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids.
DO YOU EAT NUTS?
Fancy Mixed Nuts----------------lcperpound
Fancy Mixed Nuts. 11lbs for $1
Fancy Virginia Peanuts -. .-10c per pound
Fancy Virginia Peanuts- -12 lbs for.$1
DBAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. reserve for the expenses of the ''7

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main and S. State St.,.
Corner or Wiliam.
Invite your attention to their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
We keep the celebrated Ashby Racquets,
strictly high grade at a less price than
other racquets that are no btter; also
the Talisman, Oxford and Harvard for
rheaper rcqurs. Try the new Tennis
Ball, the Slaenger,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also Baseball Goods and Hammocks.
Those Wishing to Keep Up Frac-
tice in
DA"NCING
can do so by joining the club classes
to meet at Granger's Academy
Tuesday and Saturday evenings
Your Teeth
Can easily be kept pearly white by
S singorto othipowder.Witeknow
l ohatosin si t.Ne masik t.Tie
dentists say its rood. If you don't
like it bring It back and get your
money.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
$ holmes' Livery can fit you out the
llesttrg intown. Phonesm from
GOQOSPEED'S1
Bicycles
"Viking
AND
Hummer."
GOLF
AND
BICYCLE
Are up to date and a little be-
yond.
15 Main St.
SPECIAL.
DIETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and Pants
at prices to suit everybody; we also do
repairing, cleaning and pressing. Work
caiied for and deivered. No. d8S. State st.,
,ecosdifloor.
O . MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cnh
and Metallic Caskets and Fine Grade
Cofins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
Fourth ave.- -
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
rooms. AippointmentsSeaitciass.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski MS. State t.
,THEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned
Y pressed, relined or rebound go to Brs
Fingerie, over Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
&Rg
rRAO
NEW
COLLAR

The '96 nine lost to Adrian Saturday
by a score of 10 to 3.
The faculty gun club held a shoot
at the fair grounds Saturday after-
Tie next Hobart Guild reception
will be given Friday evening, May 1,
at 7:30.
The Wisconsin-Northwestern debate
at Evanston Friday night was easily
wolH by Wisconsin.
The fresoian deital nine was de-
feated at Ypsilanti Saturday by the
State Normals. The score was 20
to 14.
A. J. Wetherwax, jr., former 98 L,
who withdrew from college to accept
a cadetship at West Point, is here
visiting friends.
A free lecture on the "Economy off
Nerve Force" will be given at 4 o'clock
this afternoon at Newberry Mali by
Mrs. Alice Merry, director of the Prac-
tice Club.
Byron M. Cutlcheon, '61, Elvin
Swarthout, '87, and Alvin E. Ewing,
'91, have formed a law partnership
with offices at 829-831 Michigan Trust
Building, Srand Rapids.
The receipts from the '97 Promenade
at Yale were $8,531.81, and the ex-
penses were $4,820.49. Fifteen hun-
dred dollars of the surplus was used
to start a '97 fund in the Yale library
and the remainder was used to pay
class athletic debts and to create a

Senior German next year.
The schedule of the freshman nine
at P'ennsylvania inclies eleven
gamies.
The regents of the Uiversity of
Wisconsin purchased 200 copies of the
Badger, Wisconsin's annual, for dis-
tribution among the high schools of
the state.
Mr. McClellan, who acted as or-an-
ist for Mirs. Jarley's Wax Works Sat-
urday night, kindly officiated at a
ioment's notice. Prof Stanley was
unable to be present because of illness.
At a meeting of the '98 L baseball
team Saturday, G. It. Fox, of Bay
City, was elected permanent captain.
Regular practice work will now com-
mence and all candidates are urged
to report at the gymnasium every
afternoon.
TUCKER & CO.'S
Line of Bicycles at prices from $40 to
$50 and $75, are up-to-date. We rent
and repair wheels.
The Daily will be delivered for the
remainder of the year for $1.
If any reader of the U. of 1. Daily
is desirous of providing luimself with
an exceptionally fine watch lie should
by all ieans at least examine the
stock carried by Messrs. Wright, Kay
& Co., of Detroit. Their "Wright,
Kay & Co.," Patek, Phillipe & Co.,"
etc., etc., cannot be excelled in quality
of movement and style of case. They
are sole state agents for Patek, Phil-
lippe & Co., of Geneva, Switzerland.

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