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May 20, 1896 - Image 4

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THE UN[VERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

N[XT IWO WE[KS
Jos. W. Kollauf,
Merchant Tailor,
wi 1 make for cash
[ao| Ligh[ ; Suitings
at greatly reduced prices.
Clothes cut and made up to
date.
10 E. Washington St.
Gibson & Clark
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
12 W. HURON ST
ANN ARBOR
Steam
Lavtndry,
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
Summer Law Lectures, Univ. of Virginia
July 1 to Sept. . 156. For studets ad
practitioner.ith year. For catalogue,ad-
dress (P. O. Charlots C. MINOR, Secretary.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1803.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Prfis, 40,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign echanges bought and sold. Furnish
lettern of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stuck, $5,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Reoures, $1,0000.S
Organized undertheGeneral BankingLaws
of tIis State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
Identification. Safety deposit boen to rent.
OFF cRs: Chrstian ack Pres.; W. .
Harriman, Vice-Pre.: Chas E. iisock,
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.
Everything inthe Bicycle
line at
M TAEBLEAS Cycle Emporium
11 W. Washington St.

We still have too much Neckwear and wiil
continue our
N ECKW EAR SALE!
for one more day.
SATURDAY, MAY 16,
You can buy any Necktie in our store for 50 cents. 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and
$2.00 Ties for 50c.
D. A. TINKER & SON,
HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS. No. a 5. 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. You1will always know what to ask for.
come and see them anyway.
GEORGE C. SHIRTS, 88 SATE
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids.
JUST OUT !
a LEHIQH DKMLES Aria
uiniversal CrandallICypewriters Ino.s 7'
- sAgents Wanted Everywhere Send for Catalogs
CRAINDALL MACHINE CO., GROTON. N. q4
353DO Y rOaU EATNNwUT.?206UAt 6t, Chi.A

Fancy Mixed Nuts-..--_-
Fancy Mixed Nuts.- _. - -
Fancy Virginia Peanuts.
Fancy Virginia Peanuts
44 South Main Street.

-.--.--.---.----------..10cper pound
-----.-- ..----- -- . - ......11 lbs for $1
-----. . --.------- ..--10 cper pound
---12 lbs for $1
DBAN & COMPANY.

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main and S. State St..
Corner of Wlliam.
Invite your attention to their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS,
We keep the celebrated Asiby Racquets,
strictly higk grde at a les price tian
other rcquets tat are so btter; also
Ike Talismoat., Oxford asd Harvard for
cieaper racquets Try the new Tennis
Ball, the Slzener,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION,
Also Baseball Goods and Hammocks,
PRIVATE
lessons in dancing will be given
by Mr. or Mrs. Ross Granger at
their academy during May and
Jun. Program evenings, Tues-
day and Saturday.
0 It's Not Pleasant
to be sick, but if you should get
tick eemember our prescription
depd met. Every precriptios
of your pysician ill be luili-
# getly uand careully iled. Inigt
S Bell, don't be afraid to ring ard.
0 PALMER'S PHARMACY. +
It cots no more to g't a rig at
Holmes' Livery, and there's the satis-
faction ofsknowingyou'vegot the best.
DUCKTROUSRS
Are all the rage.
Why not you wear a
pair?
We have them made right
and of superior quality
FOR $1.50
Belts 25 Cents and Up.
CUTTING, REYER & co
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
SPECIAL.
D ETAS a SCHANZ sell Suts and Pantn
at prices to suit everybody; we also do
repairing, cleaning and pressing. Work
called for and delivered. No.4 S. State st.,
eecond foor.
M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
and Metallic Caskets and Fine Grade
Co fns.aEmbalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
Fourtb ave.
U. OF M. SHIAVING PARLOR and Bath-
rooms. All appontments first class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' arti-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski 115S State st.
W HEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned
1 gpressed, reined or rebound go to Mrs
Fingerle, over Sheehan'n book tore. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
NEW

I

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Wisconsin is agitating the advis-
ability of adopting the honor system.
The University of Virginia lost to
Pennsylvania 3 to 2, at Philadelphia
Monday.
The Newton A. A. defeated Har-
vard Monday, 7 to 2, in a seven in-
ning game.
The first year law class held a short
meeting yesterday afternoon to peti-
tion the law faculty to allow the class
to finish its work by June 12.
The interclass game between '99I
M and '96 L tomorrow will be played
at the athletic field instead of the
fair grounds, as previously announced.
The game will be called promptly at
4:15.
Richard Ray, the freshman law stu-
dent who was arrested Friday night
for participating in the Freshman Ban-
quet afrray, has been suspended until
the beginning of the second semester
next year.
The executive committee of the
sophomore class met yesterday after-
noon and decided that a class tax of
fifty cents would' be necessary, to be
used especially for the expenses of
the base bal team.
The University of Chicago Weekl-'
has made arrangements to have the
score of today's game sent by innings.
The telegrams will be posted when re-
ceived and a large crowd is expected
to be waiting for them.
A meeting of the Philosophical So-
ciety will be held tolight at 7:45
o'clock in Room 21, University Hall.
Mr. Rebee will read a paper on "The

Disciplinary Value of Formal Logic."
All interested are cordially invited to
attend.
A meeting of the freshman banjo
club will be held in Room 24 this
afternoon.
Wisconsin lost the first game after
leaving here Saturday, being defeated
by Hobktrt, 11 to 2. Both of Wiscon-
sin's runs were made in the ninth in-
ing. The batteries were Hooker and
Ewing for Hobart and Hayden and
Torrison for Wisconsin.
ATTENTION BICYCLISTS.
If your bicycle needs cleaning or
repairing Tucker & Co., 18 N. Fourth
ave., is the place to get good work
done and at prices that will suit all.
We rent and sell wheels, also have a
full line of up-to-date sundries. Our
motto is "Live and let live."
If you want a high grade wheel call
at the Daily office.
'Messrs. Wright, Kay & Co., of De-
troit, besides being the largest man-
ufacturers of fraternity badges in the
United States, are headquarters for
fraternity broches, book marks, belts,
bon bon boxes, bag tags, canes, fobs,
glove fasteners, glove menders, glove
buttoners, garter buckles, sockets,
silver lorgnette chains, silver lockets,
silver hearts, miienthols, memorable
day tablets, memorandum tablets,
match safes, necktie holders, pipes,
pocket pieces, paper clips, paper cut-
ters, rules, spoons, stamp boxes, run
dials, sleeve links, umbrella clasps,
vinagrettes, stationery, crests, mono-
grams, etc., etc.

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