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May 08, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-05-08

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TILE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

N[XT Iwo 'NEEKS
Jos. W. Kollauf,
Merchant Tailor,
wi]. make for cash
[any Light e Suitirgs
at greatly reduced prices.
Clothes cut and nade up to
date.
10 E. Washington St.
Gibson & Clark
PHOTOGRAPHERS
12 W. 1HURON ST
Summer Lao Looctre., coov of Vrgnia
July 1 to Fept. 1, toNI. lFor students aoot
pacti tooet.. 27th year. Fer catalogue, ad-
R. . MINOR, Scretary.
ANN ARBOR
Laundry,
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
FIRST NATioNAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Orgaized 1HO3.
Captal, $1t0,tt0. Srptus ad Preit, $4,000
Trnsacts a gnerl banng bunes.
Foregn exhnges bought and sol. Furnish
ltelers of credit.
P. BACH Pe. S. IV. CLARKSON, Cashier,
THE ANN ARBOR SAINGS BANK
Capital Stok, %000. Surplus, $15,00.
Resources, S1,t00,t0.
Organoed underthe Generat Baktng Laws
of thta Stae. Recetves deposts, buys and
sells exhasnge on the pnipal cities f the
Cated States. Drafts cashed upon proper
idetification. Safety depst boe to rent.
Oreisen: Christian ack res.; W. .
Harriman, Vice-Prs.: ChatsE. Hicoc,
Cashier: M. . Frito Assisat Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
T HE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES.
Evrythin, inthe Bicycle
in~e8LBSat
I TELRSCycle [mporium
11 W. Washington St.

GREAT CLOSING OUT
All 75c, $1.00, and $1.5) Neckwear at 50c. Ansy Necktio in the
house will be sold on Saturday, May 9thi, only
FOR 50 CENTS.
D. A. TINKER &SON,

(NATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS.

No. 9 S. Main St.

Uiniversal CrandallItypeihrs Du~ &
CRANDALL MACHIS CO., GROTONI, N.14.
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.
GEO0 'R G E C. S H IRFZ"T S, 8 Is.107jr
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids.

MOORE & WETMORE
e S. Mlain and S. State St.,
Corner of William.
Invitc your attention to their line of
LAWN TENNIS* GOODS.
We keep the celebrated Ashtty Racquets,
strictl ilt:grude at:a less-rice than
other roe~ucts thtat tsre no botter; also
the Taliotoosi, Oxford aedlHarvasrd for
cea~per racquets. Try th~e new Tennis
Ball, the Slazenger,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also Baseball Goods and Htammocks.
PRIVATE
lessons in dancing will ho given
by Mr. or mttn. Ross Granger at
their academy during May and
June. Program evenings, Tues-
day and Saturday.
IN WARM WEATHER
If feveryou want roo:d so p toswash
wih Swet. Sore l ingsniceSoup,
the kind youhfind a
$PALMER'S PHARMACY.
ll:Holmes' Liery can tit you outwills
mo san-sy style ri4 youwant, 'Bur,
't rap, Su:rrey, Wagonttte, loupe, or
fancel riagc.

DO YOU EA'T NUTS?
Fancy Mixed Nuts---------------------
Fancy MixedNts11 lbsfor $1
Fancy VirginiaPent c per pound
Fancy Virginia Peanuts-12 lbs for $1
DEA N & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. NOTICE .To) SENIWtS.
iToe senior literary classs ieiol
Prof. A. 11.lotytd is yistitnl,,ii thit tax has berol reduocedh to $2, and is
east. payahle willshte oterclass taxes
Thetennttiis coutsarte in ci civsette"'5 to the treasotrer.
!Te n'xt titimbler otf Wrinklie will Ctim. Memtorial Loin.
apptearT'ul'esday.
'1116Caistatlttu will b lacjitedtl nsalt' TUCKEII & CO.'S
Monda~ynmoriniig. Line of Bicycles at prices fromn $40 to
Bradtfotrdl Knapp~, 'lt6 L, liassheein $50 antd $75, are up-to-dle. We rent
electedt t'enni-s tttaiimigr. aud rep~air wheels.
Niiiety-ciglit svil ldtt al0 mee'tinin -AMticol-C'. P.Steilihllll, Ni Poi
Rloom C ait 4 to'tloc this alftt'eoi. Phi, teacher of hlaujeti, Alaindolin
0. S. LP. will 11p laHit-au:t'ollt'ge1and1land lGuitat'. Residence 7 Volland st.,
Oblerliii beforeie trintoi Co 'tlumbutts. or 5S E. Washington st. 40 miniiite
Toe Detroit Den'tal ('otllege studen'lts lessonls 50 cents; 60 minute lessons,
visited the tdental cotllege here yester- 75 cents. 158

GOODSPEE '
Bicycles.-
"Viking
AND
Hummer."
GOLF
AND
BICYCLE
SUITrs.
Are up to date and a little be-
yond.
1~5 Mainx St.

foothball teami last year will co:at-htMiii-
inesot:'sele've'ntnext faill.
F. L. lugiaali's orationl on "Gettys-
bturg" was pubitlished'liii cull iii the laist
iiuimbler of thte OblerliiiRiyewt.
'The '96 L i'ndt '18I)Dtbaseball leiini
IlayttI a five-inniing lpractice' gaime'oil
the cosimmioois y'ste'rdaaf 0trnothelii
law team lwiitig 1:y a scott' of 153
to 7.
Dr. F. (G. Novy will give ain examr-
iuation for t'e'moval of condtioins ini
Bacteriolotgy lectrc courise .ltlsrdlty.
'Say 3, at 10 a. iii., iu lowecr lecture
Wentesda~y's college' gamesirsesullted.
Yale 11, Lafayette It; Amhlerst: 0, Wi1-
littis 2; Bowdoiti, Datrtmioutht S;
Brown 10. Wesleyan 13; Peniisylvania
10, Cornell 9t
With a view-of going out of the hi-
cycle husiness we propose to disose
of the 'hicycles en liaud at sacrifice
prices. Eberbach Hardware Co. 1110

Lost-P'air light hlule suede gloves SPECIAL.
at 1Leap)Year Party Ft'idaty night t
Granlger's Acadeimy. F+inder please ISETAS & SO2IANZ sell Sutts and Pans
JJat prices tosusil everybody:;swe also do
return to 23 5. Divisiont ot. repairtitg, cleansing asnd pressing. Wools
called for and delivered. No. 46 S. Slate st.,
Gentleimen-if 2011 wat to save ; econtdfliodr.
moneyon soe rpairng cll o A. 1. MARTDN, Funeral titrector, Cloth
rLevy, 31 N. Mail st., juttbelusw the 0"f and Metallic Caskets astd Fine Crude
lost office. All work fitst clans. Lighit Coffin. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 5.
Fourtht ave.
soles 50 cen~ts, heavy ones 610 cents.
LOST- Zet Psimonogam carm T rooms. All 4,ppotntmentn first clams.
Imported and domestice cigars. Ladles' artis-
with owoters ntamue on flack. Finder tic hair dressing and bathing parlttrs. J. R.
please return to ZLeta Psi Houoe. Trojanuwshi 3o S. State stL
Do yune the celebrated Swant AHEN YOU WANT yo~r clothtes cleased
yon' V pressed, relinted or rebound go to Mrs
Linen? Fingerie, over Sheehtan's book store. Lab-
lte Daily will be deli-noted for lbe oratory aprons made 1o order
remainder of the year for $2.
Lovern of fine stationery, dinneranod
wedding cards, invitations, progranis,
etc., e., will find in the departmnent - ,t
devoted to these goods at Sllesoth.
Wright, Kay & Co.'s jewelty tore. ito R P
Detroit, the very choices goods that , A NE
ar rdcd nti onr.Tefirm make a specialty of engrasvlog, COLLAR
stamping, illuminating in colors, ete.

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