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April 29, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-04-29

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THEI UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN D)AILY.

FOR A WELL MD
AND FASHIONABLE OUT SUIT
CALL 0ON
Jos. W. Kollauf,
Xerchant 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 & SONIC,
HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS, No. 9 5. Main St.
LEH11QH I YCTtLE5 AND
a unversal Crandall C pewrihers lno.s
Ans Wantd veywhr Sed frtla oegs
CIANDALL MACHINE CO., GRIOTON, N .

W..M I

I

Gibson & Clark
PHOTOGRAPHERS,
12 WV. HIUIRON ST
Sanet.L w Lectur-es, Uriv. atVirinia.
July 1 ta Sept. 1, 1800. For studettancd
pratitioaers. 2th year. Flor catalogue, ad-
dlress (P. 0. harlttiilla. Va.)
It. C. MINOR, Secretary._
ANN ARBOR
Steam
Laudindry,
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARMOR.
Orgasizeil18S3.
Capital, $1i0,0i0. Surplus and Profits, d40,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Fureigu exchaniges bought and sold. Fursish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Preu. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS 2ANK
Capital Stack, &.00,000. Surplus, $1i0,000.
Resauroces, $1,100,00.
Organieed undee the Oenerai Banking Lawu
at this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sellusachange uunhe principal cities of the
United States. Orafts cashed upon peeper
identification. Safety dspasit bares to rest.
Orricene: Christian Slack breer.; . tD,
Harriman, Vice-Fees.; Chas Et. Hiscuck,
Cashier;:1M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLIE'S, 48 S. State St.

Five Dollars for One Guess
May seem a big amount, but if you get a pair of
HANAN SHOES, you will not have to guess
again. You will always know what to ask for.
Come and see them anyway.
GEORGE C. SHIRTS, 88 T.RSEATE
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids.

DO YOU EAT NUTS?
Fancy Mixed Nuts---------------------
Fancy Mixed Nuts--------------------------___11 lbsfor $1
Fancy Virginia Peanuts-------------0cper pound
Fancy Virginia Peanuts--------------------- _ __ _ __ _12 lbs for $1
DEAN &COMPANY".
44 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Iwas Aroni by Psein~slviiiasverXYaie
i 24 inillitits 5 4-5 seconits. Seiver.il
TheIii . 0. 1'. bateal tainare oilier raiceostwerie rsinsii ithhnors is-
-Oiiidslet.lt eect the l'98ID te~ial -intribuited. The ieniisylvasnia. lituiiiiii.-'
the caimpsis Saturdbiyimorniug. tlitoeiing recoirdl was bititkein, becotiiig
Tue lfre'shiminiil uis ar al- iin;liltliiifeet 8 tnchles.
a.iaseba~ll temiind wsill sotn be iii Dir. George Deck still lease ttltr-
shiaple to iiieei soy of the various class loss for Wisiilgtonl. D. C.. to attieiii
te'ams. the mieetinig of tiie Aicaeriean Astoela-
Yesoterdaiy a pic-kedteam t froiiiftle Lion of IPiciaiii,tbefore' which-i iie
miost dlignifitedaf tile l'irnl(ll filiallyssill readI a paler 015 "A Case of Tri-
pilayediait eamiifritiiithe :senior cleaseuspiid Si'noi.'Ile swill retusrn tue
as-is ucertoini reautsl. first of next sweR.
Tue twso-tiile course so be tised oti Ten nvriySho ft~nig
tkloSaltonsiall for itie iseotoihs- Te"' e~y'colo acn
Vale' race is already '-bi#l oad wsill conitinuietuntil Jutne 1 at tiletor-
grent requst of puils. All idesiring,
asill aooii be'reaily fat' lse.
Three aseeks fromi today the track, to joins the Bltss for May tplease osed
tlfrllsin their naltmes bty Saturday. Programn
teailsof the Piiisei'silu-of piry s-ryStttrtayevnig urii
awill inertHlva- a ot Boston. Tsvcn- at vr audyeeigdrn
ty-fiv-e athlletes still come cast. Stay for putpils anid frienda.
Yesterday afternoon the 'l9t and '97 HO0ME SERKRERS' EXCUIONS.
classs teamlls pllycdion the camipus, the
gieale resuilting ill a tie. '97 scored May 4 and 5, 1S596, via Ohio Central
eight rens is the first innlingl, aindlLines.
the result stis 12 and 12. To points Sonthe and West at rote of
BishoplsPotter, of Ness York, has one fare for round trilp, plus $2. Stop-
bieetinit-led to bte "select areaElier' to os-ar privileges atloaved on going trip.
the tUniv~ersity of Ceaibridge for 'tay,;tFar furtier itiforiiation apply to any
1897. H~e is the first Amerieatn to re'- agent of Olio Central'- Linkes, or ad-
eels-a tuh i onor from all English T i- dress SIOUL.TON HOUR, G. P. A.,
s ersitfy. Toledo, Ohio.
The ness athiletic field at Princetoin
is nearly finished aaid asill be tie If any reader of the U. of St. Daily
largest alli tmost comnpllete i the in desirous of pirovieling hinmself with
country. Besides eight tennis courts an exceptionally fine waatch lie should
it will has-c three bsall ,lianti')nds v-Bichi by all means at leatrtexatuine the
ran be used its season for twso footbsall stock carried by Messrs. Wright, Kay
fieds .& Co., of Detroit. Their "Wright,
Kay & Co.," Patek, Phillipe & Co.,"
Tile relay races just MaltS aith the
Univrsit ofPenlsylvtz~ as-ra eryal., etc., cannot be excelled In quality
larelyattnde an rcedt'd s fl-of nmovemsent and style of case. They.
lowo 1-arvad a-an he ne-blleare. sole state agents f or P'atek, Pllil-
chamapionship with Georgetown second 'ip oo ee-,Ssirrad
and Yale thlird. The five-mille relay Subscribe for the Daily.'

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S, ilam n d . Stan St.._
Corner of Wlliam.
Invite yoreattention to their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
5ekeephthe celebrated Ashty Racquet,
stricty £hl grade at a lesries than
other rlcqets that are tia buter; also
the Talismant, Oxford 'and tHarvard for
cheatper racquets. Try the ew Tennn
Sail, the Slazenger
G3UARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also Baseball Gods and Hammcks.
Those Wihing to Keep Up Prac-
tice in
DANCING
ear do s tby joining the club casseu
to steel at Grangers Academy
Tuesday stnd Satrday evenings.
' Your Teeth 0
Careasiybelkeptpearlygwbite by
S uigortotth 5V be
s's i it Ve niae it. The
detsts saytitgood.iIfyurdnt
slike it brinsg it back and get yer0
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
Hlmles' Lvery ernsft you out tes
* elletig itow.ailot Fhi'nmfrm
YOU MAY HAVE USE FOR +
Telescope,
Suit Case or
Trunk
When going on your spring vaca-
tion; if so the place to make
your selection is at
CUTTING, REYER- & CO
SPECIAL.
D IETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and ante
at prices to suit everybody; we asa d
repaiin, cleanig and pressing.tWork
called for and deivered. No.IsS..Sate s..
h ecesdfloor.
I . MARTIN, Funeral Directr, Cloth
adMetallic Cakete and Fle Grade
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. N. 17 S.
Fourthsave.
UF oM. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
I.roam. All appntmentese ist las.
Imported and domestic ciars. Lades' artis-
tic hair dress~ng and bathing parors. J. R.
Trojanowski 3llS. Stte st.
WHETHEN YOU WANT yur cithes cleaned
Vlpreused, reined or rebund go t Mrs
Fingeri, over Sheehan's brain sr. Lab-.
oratory aprons made to order
7P)I$KEWI

THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
DICYCLE SHOES.
Everythinz in the Bicycle
line at
M. STIAFBLEB'S Cycle [mporium,
11 w. Washington St..

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