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May 23, 1896 - Image 4

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TIlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Why ot Ikse he2.st ,'" 'an 1).D DININ G PAnLO1~tS MOORE & WETMORE
CSI? _R 6 S. Main and S. State St..
x Corner of William.
HYGIENIC m BOARDING a° HOUSE. Invite year attentin to their line of
-Loc-I ated half a block fronm University groands. Under new man entent and with A h iwo comdzinn esnapno or.W r sue ~o
thSht ft onono ongaay inslmienap t oo1 nar ce o llt Uanee d oficoo
sprinrpatLAWNe.TENNIS GOODS.I
otingeptona ch e f o cpciy11ut, p yi nenr 1a 1 anr
u O NSBA[ F. J. RENNINGS, G.W. PRINGLE PROPRIETORS Wlepteelb-edAhyVcut
strict]lyhiielt gratisat a Ies oprite thian
,, othter rro t ti tatt e n io Itte alno
YOU WILL SOO±N NEED thte TtlsmnnttnOxford and harvted for
fiterper raicquets Try tite.nite Tennis
-. .. Ball, the Sisoenger
.A.Trun "k or Traveling-, Bag GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
VICTOR TENNIS GOODS lairgosit assortmtent in the city. lay it at ai . Alto Baseball Gotons andanmes
are endorsed by all Teufel's Fliarness 110p, , 4 . an t TT
athletes who appre- RiV ATE12
ciate fine points of Five olar orO e u SS lesnsu dinwilbgve
construction. Isosi acn ilb ie
SLCIGR 7T1%NIS 0BAL-IS by M~lr. or Mfrs. Toss Granger at
(Bcst in ltst World.) May seem a big amount, but if you get a pair of their acadetny dtiring May and
$4.00 per dozen, cash with order. HANAN SHOES, you will not have to guess June. Program evenings, Tues-
. y day and Saturtday.
wilOVERMAN WHEEL CO. again. You will always know what to ask for. f
Offics atdFatory at Chicopee Falls, Mass. Come and see them anyway. j
New York. Boston. Detroit. Denver. _
San Francisco. Los Angeles. Portland, Ore.' s S r T or'itrcohsi
________ _______HIT_ STREET. Camuphor, or Tar Camp0
genofr ayewrofGrndRapds hr, Camtphoor
ihAgetfrMyeo rn ais Paper aond keep out the
JUSTOUT PALMER' S PHARMACY.#
tosnsoireto ttet itiit ,
REIQ f D ITCLEIANiHlme'ivery, antl tteesoithe its-
- I$ faction of Ittoto .o.eiileto
Ulniversal Crandall typewrirs flo.s >': - .
OTI" CANDALL CMACHIINt CO.,GIIOTOII5 4
Desizner and makor of fine foot DO " YOU EAT NUTS? UILL i
wear. Best place for repairing. FnyMxdNt-------------~ e on
JOHN W OTZKE, 43 S, MAIN ST,, Fancy Mixed Nuts-.-------------------------- 11 lbs for $1
UP STAI RS. Fancy Virginia Peanuts---------------lc per pound
FIS AINLBN.Fancy Virginia Peanuts----------------2 lbs for $1 " Viking
OF ANN ARBOR. DEBAN& CO MPANY. AND
Organioed 1003. 44 South Main Street.
Capital, 0100,000. Sarlusti and Prcfits, $40,000 siuiii iiter
Transacis a general banking bssiness. UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALENDAI.
Foreign exchtatnesought aitdsold. Faraish ____
lettern of credit. GOILI
FBACIO Pros. S. WI. CLARKStON, Cashier. tPfof. Cliallli inIiishedil his lecltres Sal., May 23, 2.30 p).nis. --lrelitOfil v
to li t hvel Clisses yestrday. Ima~tinee in10 May Festival -series. lFirst, AND

THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stoch, $60,000. Surplas, 0150,000.
tiesources~, $1,100,000.
Organined snder the General Banhing Lawn
of this State. Rfeceives deposits, bays and
sells exchtnsge on the principal cities of the
United Stts.Drafts cashed neon prnper
identification. Safely deposit boxes to rent.
Orrtceslo: Christian Macttk Pres.; SW. 0D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Ilscoch,
Cashiert:10. J. Frito Assistant Cahier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUT'LE'S. 48 5. State St.
STHE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES.
Everything in, the Bicycle
line at
M. SIAEBLEB'S Cycle Emporium,
11 W. Waoshingtona St.

E.1 1).BrownI, '96i.D, will 010011 a
denital offbee July 1,lot Dunldtee, where
lie will Ipract-ice.
Prinicetontswill ineet Yaleboy iat
?News Itaven, antilHatrvtardlwillla~ty
Pennlsylvaiailt.alPhilatdelpthia.
L. Ltd. Parrot, Ilt6 E, has securedtheOit
prlincipallsip of thie St. Johns High
Schlool for the comnog year.
C. J. Letfoy, '90', hats sectored a posi-
lion as princ ilal of the Petoskey
Hlighi School dusrinsg tie somtinog yealr.
Riegent Farr. made11 a ten mbiute asd-
drless to tbe sentior lawvebilss at the
close of DeaoiHtcheins' lecture yes-
terday.
In the class gamT huoflsrsdlay Apel
strulck ouit eleveon lmen, Andersont ninie;
fouir hits were madek off Apel, six off
Aniterson.
This is the last year that Judge
Chtamlinil wilOlie at the University as
Ihe has presented Oils resignation to
the regents.
The mlembilers of the junior class in
civil esigineering left for the northlern
part of the state ou the early train
thils nmorning. Odgen Jewell, Geo. WI.
Benhinnd si II. B. Merrick will art
os assistants to Prof. Davis.
Gentemen-tf you want to nave
money on shoo repairing call on A.
Levy, 31 N. Mlain st., just below tbe
pent office. All work first clans. Light
solon 50 cents, heavy ones 630 cents.

performtancin lO ichigan of "Samllp-
sonl and Delilaht," by Saint-Sarlts, ot
T :30 hi . 11
31011., ilay 25--Varsity vs. Illinois
at athiletic field, =4:135.
Tnes., Mfay 26, 4:23-Final gamle ill
hoter-class cham~ipiontshipttseries.
Thuors., 'Mlay 24-i'arsity field. lay.
Sat., Mlay 30-'Varsity vs. Chicago
at Detroit.
Moinday, Jinlle--Sapolthmor-Fresli-
ottan trtack meet at athletic field, at
4:A3.
Tnes., Joone 2--Varsity vs. North-
svestern at Anon Arlior.
Sat., lone t6-Varsity vs. Toronto
Unliversity at Anin Arbor.
Messrs. Wright, Kiay & Co., of De-
troit, besides being the largest nian-
ufatctnrers of frtaternity badges in the
United States, are headquarters for
fraternity broches, book snarks, belts,
bioo boo boxes, bag tags, canes, fobs,
glove fastenoers, glove menders, glovc
bnttoners, garter buckles, sockets,
silver lorgnette chains, silver lockets,
silver hearts, mienthols, memorable
flay tablets, nmemoranum natablets,
match safes, necktie holders, pipes.
pocket pieces, paper clips, paper cut-
ters, rnles, spoons, stamp boxes, tn
dials, sleeve links, umnbrella clasps,.
vinagrettes, stationery, crests, mono-
gramos, etc., etc.
Ripann Tabuleo asist digestion.

BICYCL.E
SuI'TS.
Are up to date and a little be-
yond.
15 Main St.
SPECIAL.
D IETAS a SCHANZI sell Suits and Fasts
at prices to snit everybody:; we also do
repairing, cleaning and Pressing. Work
called for and delivered. No. On S. State st.,
,cecaitd floor.
M.MARTIN, Fnneral Director, Cloth
adMetallic Casketn and Flee Grade
Colfins. Embalming a Specialty. Ito. at S.
Fourth ave.
UOF S. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
U.rooms. All Appointmlents first class.
imported and domestic cigars. Ladien' artis-
tic ir dressing and bathhng parlorn. J. R.
Trojanowakl 05S. State at.
~~HEN YOU WIANT your clothes cleaned
WI pressed, relined or rehound go to Msn
Fingerle, over Sheehan's book atome. Lah-
oratory aprons made to order
AR
A NEW
COLLAR

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