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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICItGAN, DAILY.
WHY NOT USE I11 ra┬░YN~D flflNXNC PaxLO~S MOORE & WRTMORB

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THE BEST?
THE VICTOR LEAGUE
BALL is unquestionably the
best ball on the market. Hand-
made of the best materials only.
Every " ┬░official " League
Ball on the market is an
imitation of the Victor.
Examine the VICTOR line of
mitts-endorsed by many lead
ing players.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Makers of Victor Bicycles.
Nmv. YORE, BSc o.DTOITo. mes
SA FACSO. o.sm.NGE.
PWrAce, OE.
Dinnr and maker of fine foot-
wear. Best place for repairing.
JOHN WOTZKE, 43 S. MAIN ST,
UP STAIRS.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN.
OF ASS ABOR.k
Organized 183.
Capital, $005,t0. Surplus and Profits, 04,000
Transacts a general baking busiess.
For,eignaknges bougt and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH re. S. IV. CLARKSON Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock. 50,0. Surps, 0150,000.
Resources, $1,00,0.
Organied under te General anking Laws
or Sin State. Reciveo deposits, buys and
sells echange on he principal cities of the
United Stole. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit boes o ret.
Omross Christian Mack Pres. WV.
Harriman Vice-Pres: ChansR. icock,
Cashier:ii. J. Srit Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUJTTLE'S. 48 S. State St.
THlE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE -SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES
Evrythiag inthe Bicycle
line at
MSTWHO['S Cycle Empiulm,
11 W. Washington t.

HYGIENIC -BOARDING -=HOUSE.
Located half a block from University grounds. Unerc news managcmcnt and stll
thc sie of accommodating any person apolying for b~oard. We. are assured of good
springtIpatronage. Sirer our rapa city is limited apply at once or call at 11 lMaynard
S., scat to Schmol of Music.
F. J1. RENNINGS, G. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
Five Dollars for On1-e Guess

6 5Sl ain and S. State St.
Corner of Wilium.
Invite your attention to their line of
LAWN TEINNIS GOODS,
Wer keep the celebrated Ashlsy Racquets,
stricly high grade at a lees erice tkan
other racquets tliot ore ino bolter; also
she Talisioun, Oxford and Harvard for
cheasprr racquets. Try the sea Tennis
Bail, the Sloazeger,

May seem a big amount, but if yoL
HANAN SHOES, you will not
again. You will always know wi
Come and see them anyway.
GEO0RG E C . SIT
Agent for Mayhew, of Granm
DO YU EA T
Fancy Mixed Nuts-- -- ---- ---- ---- -- ---
FancylvMixed Nuts..................
Fancy Virginia Peanuts-
Fancy Virginia Peanuts__
DEAN&
44 South Main Street.

uget a pair of GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
have to guess Also Baseball Goods and Hammocks.
hat to ask for. p R I XT.A. TE
' as8 S. STATE lessons in dancing will 0)0 giv'en
STREBET. by Mr. or Mrs. Ross Granger at
their acadesny during May and
d ,Rapids. June. Program evenings, Tues-
day sod Saturday.
qUTS?
----- 1cperpound $ IN WRMWEATHER $
*----- 11 lbs for $1 f everyouiwant goodeoopto wash
10~C per pound the lied you ied at"' op
__12 lbs for $1# PALMER'S PHARMACY. #
vHolmes' Livery can Sit you 00t iii
CO M PA Y . pns-S any styl' riz you want, 'Bes,
'rep, Surey, Wagonette, loupe, or
fnycarr lge.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. TUCKE R & CO.'S
TheStuent' CrisianAssciaionLine of Bicycles at prices fromiiS40 to
'du Stssent' lilistol Asocatiin$50 anid $75, arce up-to-dale. We rent
isill be addresosed tomoisrrow' Iiorniulg antI repair w'heels.
at :15 by' E. 11. Ms'nss'l, instruoctor in Ls-ewe et am os
(lermian iniithelciversity. onid (iGi ~slieuass' lvelne, a golud
tPresbyteriani 'lchrc-Sundal~y teen-leu'-dle-lis slickopiii. ,5inder' is rc-
lng the tastorwill 5resenit soli '1'es- tlno'Stedtloisr'eturnito ithe Stewa~rd's
tilusseie for Christ 10' leadling lneni of office. 159
osir time," educatlors, philosotphers, SOi- :Musical-t'. F. Steiiibcisii, Xl Psi
elitistslissyer's ansi socto's. Phli, teacher of Banjeai, 'Manidolin
atnd Guitar. IResidence 7 V4olland St.,
A. J. 'Tuttle and1:1ii. Forre'ster, of or as I? . Washinigtol St. 40 mlinulte
Lausing, and G. C. Keech, anid XX. E. lessoons 50 cents; 600 minulte lessonis,
Bolles, of Detroit, visited AiitiArbse 75 rents. 15S
thiiosvweek end were guests of thie Lost-About the riain buiding, ti
Sigma Alpsieha issilois frateriiity. lies' gold wvNatchi, ipen face, Wal.
Di'. George Dock returned from thani. IPlease return to stoevards of.
iXaslington, D. C., ys'sterday mornuig flee and receive rewvard.
wshere lie has been attending a meet- With a viess of going oset of the bi-
ig of the American Association of cycle businesos 've propose to disotse
of the bicycles 011 laiid at sacrifice
Physicians, andl before wyhich he reasd prices. Eberbach Hardlware Cs. 1(00
a paer.Lost-P'air light lune suede gloves
GecorgeWXilsler left thie hospital Yes-s at Leap Year Ponty Friday night at
terday, wthere lie has been csntined Granger's .Acadelny. tinder please
for souse timie frominiijuries suistainied retsirii to 23 S. Divisioni St.
to his kinee, dulring sprinig vacation. Gentlemein-lf y051 Blnt to save
Bir.,WXilder is able to be about oii money on shoe reatrinsg call on A.
crultches. Levy, 31 N. Main St., just belosv thia
MNiss Alberta Spore, '99, wvoswet-t ost office. All wvork first class. Light
to Colorado lifter thle fist semester sls5 ethayoe 0cns
for her health, died of consumpisltionLatOST-A Zeta Psi monogram charm
with owvners name on back, Fintder
it Boulder, Colorado, this week. Bei' please return to Zeta Psi Hilse.
funeral was helil at her hionie at Bay n o vn 'cs aealsi
City, yesterday. at a good discount? 'Then cull at the
Imnportanit college gaines schieduledl Daily office.
for today in addition to the Chicago- Foll reports of all gaimes for 75c. by
Michigan game are: Harvard vs. subscribing for the Daiily.
Prninceton at Princetonm, Wisconsin vs. Telegraphoic report. of the gains
Minnesota at 'Minneapolis, Cornell vs. will be sent to the Daily direct.,
P'ennsylvania at Philadelphia. Swan Linein looks like fine did.
The order of services at St. Ani Lovers of fine stationery, dinner and
drew's church tomnorrowv is an follows: wvedding cards, invitations, progranis,,
7:30 a. mi., H~oly Coimmnunion; 10:30 a. e., etc., will find in the department
devoted to these goods at M\enero.
ill. monin pryer lianyandserWi'ight, Kay & Co.'s jewelry store in
mnon, by the rector; 12 in., Parish Detroit, the very choices goods that
Sunday School and Bible Classes; T:30 are produced iin this country., The
p. u., evening prayer and sermon by firm make a specialty of engraving,
1Rev. L. T. Cole, stamping, illumnating in colors, etc.

FOR YOUR
ra atiD Swit
have nothing but a
CLAY
WOIRST-ED
Workmanship and Fit Guar-
atnteed.
CUTIGREYER &Cog
SOLE AG EN TS.
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
SPECIAL.
D 5ETAS & SCHIANZ sell Sells and Pants
at prices to suit everybody; me also do
repairing, cleaning and pressing. Work
called for and deliered. No.,48SS. State it.,
second boar.
a. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
nd Metallic Caskets and FleGrade
ofins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 11 S5.
Fourth ave.
TOF S. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
U.oso,. All appointments firest clams.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hiair dressing and bathing parlors. . . H
Trojanowski 100S. State at.
STHEN YOC WANT your clothes cleaned
pressed, relised or rebound go to Msn
Fingerle, over Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
1P NEW
COLLAR-

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