THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
NEX TIWO WE[KS
Jas. W. Kollauf,
wil make for cash
Fancy :1Lght 1Suitiogs
at greatly reduced prices.
Clothes cut and made up to
10 E. Washington St..
12 W. HURON ST1
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
We still have too much Neckwear and wiil
NE KWE AR SALE!
for one more day.
SAT"URD1A-Y, M.AY 16,
You can bay any Necktie in our store for 50 cents. 75e, $1.00, $1.50 and
D. A. TIINKER& SON,
HATTERS AND FINE FIJANISHERS. No. 9 S. Main 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.
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids.
x ,universal Crandall Cpewriters lno.;
50osaaCRANDAtL MACIHE CO., GROTON, . t}.
DO YOU EAT UT' S?
Fancy Mixed Nuts---------------
Fancy Mixed Nuts--------------------11lbs for $1
Fancy Virginia Peanuts .- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---10c per pound
Fancy Virginia Peanuts- 12 lbs for $1
44 South Main Street.
Summser Law Lectures, Univ. of Virginia
July 1 to Sept. 1, 1896. For students and
practitioners. 27th year. For catalogue, ad-
caress (P. 0. Chlarotesville. Va.)
It. C. MINOR, Secretary.
FIRST NATIONAL ]BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $00,000. Sarplus and Profits, Wd,000
Transacts a general banksing business.
Foreigu ehanges bought and suld. Furniub
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKESON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock. $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Organized underthelGeneral Banking Laws
of this State. Rteceives deposits. buys and
sells exchange on tbe principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety doposit bones to rent.
OFFICEuS: Christian blach Pros.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chlan E. Ililseock,
Cashler:... Fritz Asistaut Cashier.
TUTTLE'S, 48 5. State St.
T HE FINEST LINE OF
Eerythinz inthe Bicycle
line at [noir
11 W. Washington St.
XOORE & WETXORE
e6S. 5ain and S. State St..
Corner of William.
Invite your attention to their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
We eep the celebrated Ashy Racquets.
strictly htigh rde at a less ree than
other erscquets thtSisal o t ter; also
s te Talismant.Osford aid Harvard for
ciherpee racquets. Try the new Tennis
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also Baseball Goods and Hammocks.
lossens in dancing will be given
by Mr. or Mrs. Ross Granger at
their academy during May and
1June. Program evenings, Tues-
day and Saturday.
COST YOU A CENT
tcoo-ot ottr diretories.uoe our
maeour soratplceto mct
meyour friends. Of cosew 0
fP shallnbtglado supply your drug
SPALMER'S PHARMACY. 0
0Telephose olmes Livery forts rig.d
Are up to date and a little be-
15i Main St.
TDfETAS & SCAN sell Suits and Pats
a rices to sit eseryody; we also d
repairg t'leaslng ad Prssng. Work
called for and delvered. 1\0. 05 5. Stae St.,
Oat, M. MARTIN, Fueral Eiretor, Cloth
and Metallic Casets and Fine Grade
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 1 S.
U. OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
room. All appointments first lass.
Imported and domestic cigar. Lades' artis-
tie htile dressing and bathing parlors. JR.
Trojanowski 3MS. State st.
HAIEN YOU WANT yur cothu cleaned
W pressed, relined or rebound go to Mrs
Fingerle, over Sheehan's bout ste. Lab-
orary aprons made to order
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Saturday's Games.
The 'Jitlius tCaesar compas~ny will Ha~rvard easily won frolls Cornt'll
Stave a group iturlec of thte priuciplals bty a score of 1.i to (.
in costumeti taken lisswes-s. Ottk Pa;rk wotn fromtt (rinntell, 3 tos 1.
All canitels ftr the ti'c;tckeam Tfhe third gain(cin thte tri-collt'giatt'
wsill be admittled 10 theatihletic fititd chamipionship series wasO-~oin by Ait-
oii their passcs dui'ng thte secrct prat- hisrt over Dartimothc9 to 5.
lice of the ball teamintodtay aind tomoc-I Williams ltost to IHoly ('ross. 1-12.
row. 'The '917 \1 and '99 :M tplayed-a iita'-
Ths' illstrlationl headiing the article ticer gaine Salturtday afterioon, ressilt-
on tite womei's Leagne in thte '96 Cue- intg in a defeat for *97 M1 by is score of
talian was sdrawn by 'Miss MI. E. Ta- 6i-I. The Oatteries we-rc MIehtsiope tnd
cobs. Miss Jacobts coitribsuted three- Wehlre for '99 11, Lasighton andI Fret-
other sketchies 1o the Castalian. ageot for '971.
Two fraternity baseball Barnes were The I. 0. 1". ball team was defeasted,
play-ed at the fair trounds Satuirtday 7 to 5, at Northiville.
mnorning, 'Thea Delta Clii defeating
Phi Delttt Theta 16- to 7, and Delta Ciii Princeton IN, Yale 0.
winning froit Xi Psi Clii 7 to 0i.
Princeton shut osit Yale ait Priiicetoni
Lost-About the wlan building, a Satuorday, incidenttally getting ltiirtee'n
Iadies' gold watch, opeii face, Wal- runs. Easton's pitching for Prince-
them. Please retnrn to steward's of- toil was a great feature of the gamne.
Gece and receive rewtard. Ie struck ont sixteen amen aind Yale
could only tibtain two tiny hits. Yaile
Messrs. Fright, Kay & Co., of De- wsual ogtana atscn
troit, besidies bsing the largest mian-tsrigheniegal.
usfactuorers of fratterinity badges iii (le Soeiyinns
United Staites, are hieadqtuasrters for P'rincetonl.. 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 0--13
fraternity broclies, book marlks, belte, Yale . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-- 0
hion hon bsoxes, basg tasgs, canes, fobs, .....
glove fasteiir's, glove imenders, glove ;;Chicago 14, Indiana 9.
bunttoners, garter buckles, sockets,
silver lorgiiette liains, silver lockets, Chicago, Slay 1T, (Special Telegram)
silver ieats, iienthols, sioi'able --tndiana University lost to Chicago
day talets, meinoranuni tablets, yesterdaiy sy the score of 14 to 9.
match safes, necktie holders, e, ~'ien of Chicago's ruins were etirned.
pocket pieces, paper clips, paper cut- Batteries-H. Clarke, Nichiolo and
tees, rules, spoonis, stamp boxes, run.Tones; Daily and Htarris. Hits-Cii
di.ls Is leeye link', umbrella ci.sscage, 19; Indiania, 0.Ereroro-Chilcago,
vinagrettes, st.ationery, cests, mono- 5; Indian. 2.
g asms, etc., etc.- Subsocribe for the Dally.
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