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May 04, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-05-04

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TITZE NV ReSITY OF I~ilIGA>, l)AILY,

FOR A WELL MADE T
Alfred Benjamin &, Co.'s Crash Trousers, Linen Diuck
A NO FASHIONABLY 811T SUIT Troesris, Crash and Linen Dock Golf Ctps. Belt=.-Afro
also cetrry a fall line of White Dolct,: rousers, Suit Caises,
CALL ON Traveling Baazs and Trunks, lliah Grade Straw flais,

MOORE& SETORE
6 S..WMain and S. State St..
Corner of W hlam.
Insie yor attnlion to their line of

Jos. . ollauf,
Merchant Taior,

(lotL es cut and made in the City of
Ann Arbor.
10 E. Washington St.
Gibson &dCark
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
12 W. HURON ST
onmer -w e tueUiof i n
Tiny> Iito Sept. 1, cSt. ltor sudoent" and
pctin tior..2111 year.Foi-i-a taloo>e, tel-
diess(1. OClloicsvilie. Va.)
It. C. MINORSecrary.i
ANN ARBOR
Laundry
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
FIRST NATIONAL BA"NK.
OF ANN ARtBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $105000. Surplun and Proilts, $4d,00
Transacts a general banking boiness.
Foreig-. exchanges bought and sold. Farnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Prenn. S. W. CLARKCSON, Cashie.
THE ANN ARBOR SAYINGS BANK
Capital Stoch,.1,0,000. Surplus, $100,000.
Reosonrcens,$,10,00.
Organized underethenGnneral Ranting Lawn
of this State. Reeives deposits, bays and
sells exclhange on the principal cities of the
tUnited States. Diraf to enshed noon proper
identification. Safety deposit boses to rent.
OrrtcnEms: Christian aek Pros.; W. 1D.
Harriman. Vice-Fees.; Chas E. Hscock,
Cashier; M. J. 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,
Everythinz in the Bicycle
line at
M. STABLER'S Cycle Emporiuffi
1 W. Washington 8t.

Correct styles iIIIneetewear. Modlierate I lrIs in al do- lWt-tieepithe CelebredtOA hy ll20oiuets,
strictllya tritle at ia lossrsrce than
-J~ixLtcts. coher raquets Hitar e 1l0 b.11er; hlSs3
111 Tlisiaioxfrdard Iarrhtoecedfoe
.9 aristlleri rnii- 1i ci . Iy 1th etm Tennils
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFAC'TION,
HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS, No. 9 S. Blain St.
Also Ie li Gloodsandt tOIleetisYocls
JUST OUT! -
I }lyn..n Those Wishing to Kep Up Fran-
L lll 4ll E (L ANDtice in
11Haert. ranallCupwrlrs .Ie
CR070.0 qcaiii do so11y li iieaieg1theclibCltss's
_______________________________________________- to tot-it at Grangers Academy
HAN N SHOES, you will not have to guess 10EX PRE-S3
again. You will always know wvhat to ask for. I 0 i eat;;- h; lit--e. cot eacagsce0
lieic. Moseyiorders o ldl.
Come and see them anyway. PALMER'S PHAnMACY.
83 SSATE 1,1),hies Lisery has Ciii.finetttit-
'vE~ M *' in iith~e it.113Pholt1 ifiats
9 STREET. hr.
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids. -
Fancy Mixed NTuts--------------- 0c per pound L

Fancy Mixed Nuts
Fancy Virginia Peanuts._
Fancy Virginia Peanuts._
44 South Mfain. Street.

--- --- --- --- --- --- --11 lbsfor $1
---.-----------14c per pound
----------------12 lbs for $1
IDEBAN&C O MPAN-Y.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Bariry- -elon,, c11, -omittodt-si-
i-ilt'at LoNgelits. (til.. ri-etinly
litrct, of te Ober-li lnininc, was-cs---
terttiil dat llt theDlta T0 siloil louse-
Saturdailiy-
Prov-isioin 11110beeisnmadei-forst--
euty-flivie iaddiitinal statsi itoC ea-rsity-,
Ill for the Masy Fesival conceerts.
They will lbe' reservedl.
Mr. Weitzel cotmen r0111Detroit
three timst a witeh to drill It-eCiottdy
Clulb in "A Scrapl of Ptaper."Il~e says
that te as-o f iCte miembersl5of the
(Cltb is exicllenit.
The Alpha Phi Sorority- receia-ed
Satusrdlay- afternoon its holler of the
Wotnai's Li-agiie. The hiouise wats
a-ry Ipretily tdccorated aithi tottid
plantsanid lpalmis.
Reva. ;lohin Iighani, instructor in phi-
losophly at thec Uniaersity last yeaor,
hats an article ons experimentlial pay-
c hology, enititled "The Neaa Psycliol-
eg y" in Che current Methodist Reiewaa.
Thse Delta Clii taseball team defeat-
ed thle Sigmia Alpha Epsilon Satulrdaly
by a score of S to 1. The tbatteries'
aaere: Miller anti Keaw for Delta Chi;
Keith slid Fox for Sigma Alpha Eli-
sillon.
Thle Zeta Psi ansd the Delta Kappa.
Eplon baseball teamos played a goose
Saturday morning, whiehi resulted in

ascaretif 1Ctlo5 inifavorsof tCDI. K. 1".
S-tiand111 Church Cit eZota Psi.
CALENDAR.
Witd., :-May t--Anisoal cetil-rt of
17 lia-ersity- Glee, lBanjo antil thliulill
Cluibs.
Thurs., 'May 1-'Varsity vso.0. S. U.
at Anns Arbor.
Fri., 'aM8.i- ---Illti-rtailllleul at Ihigh
Si-hool1h-hill for thei limit-it of the
Frusit 1111d1Flowset Slisslili, 7:45 1p. mi.
Sat., Mlay 9--'arsity- vs. Chicago at
Chicago.
Sat., Stay- 9.--Ell-ineer's banlque~t at
tGrtanger's Acaidemy.
Sft., May 9- Presentation of "Julius
Casesar"ill Valentinie theaite~r, Totledo.
MTon., May Il-'Varsity avs. Wiscon-
sils at 'Madisoni.
Wed., May 13-'Vasity vs. Chicago.f
at Chiceago.
Sast., Sily D!'-Uiversity Comedy
Cltub in Sartlo's "A Scr-ap. of Pape,"
in Grand Opera Ilolse.
Sat., Ma16 -'Varsity avs. Wisoen-
sin, at Ann Arbor.
'Ton., Slay 15-'Varsity avs. Indiana
State Unia-ernity at Ann Arbor.
If any readerl of the U. ef ST. Daily
is desireus of providiog bimlself with
an exeeptienally fieawatch lie should
ty all means at least examine the
otoek carried by Slessrs. Wright, Kay
& Co., of Detroit. Thleir "Wright,
Kay & Co.," Patek, Phillipe & Co.,"
ete., etc., cannot be excelled in quality
of movaement and style of case. 'They
tire sole state agents for Patek, Phil-
lippe & Co., of Genneva, Swtterland.

AND
Hummer."
GOL-,F
A'ND
IBCYCLE1
Are up to date and a little be-
yond.
15Main St.
SPECIAL.
D TIETAS &o SCHANZ sell Sils and Pints
tt prices to suit everyhody; we ahso do
repaieieg cletaning tied pressing. 'Wsrk.
called for and de~iccred. No. do8S. State nt.,
seceond flose.
0lotM.MARtTN, Fsneral hDirector, Cloth
0 . and Metallic Caskets anti Fine Grade
Collns. Embalming a Specialty. No. C7 S.
Foseth avn.
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
.rooms. Ahl appointesents first clann.
Impoeted a~nd domestic ei~gors. Ladies' sells-
tie sale dresosing and hathting parlors. J. IR.
'Trojanowski 05S. State st.
HTbEN YOU WANT yose clothes cleaned
W pessed, relised or rebound go to Men
Fingerie, na-er Shteeh~an's boot store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
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