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TILE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

For a StylylihTUNS

TRUNKS.

AND) WELL iiAiiE
Uragld tiii Suit
-AL.ON-
Jos. W. Kollauf,
Merchant Tailor,
lie Pleases all the Students.
10 E. Washington St.
Gibson &Clark
PHOTOGRAPHERS,

TiRiVEINGBAGS
ILarti;est stock anti ltwest prices in the city.
0. A. TINKER & SON,
HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS, No. 9 S. Main St
Five Dollars for One Guiess
May seem a big amount, but if you get a pair of
HAN.AN SHOES, you will not have to guess
again. You will always know what to ask for.
Come and see them anyway.

JOR & WETMORE
e S.,Slain and S. State St..
Corner of William.
tavttc year attention to their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
We keep tIe celebratel Ashiby 1lcinets,
atrctl ie Ic 'gcade at a lesc.ri.c. than
oter raquets that are no beller; also
lice TaicacOorfcd ad lcarecced for
ceapcier raccueos. Try lice new Tenncis
Ball, tice Slazencger,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also Baeblall Coods ncd ilamcmncks:
lessons tin dancing wviltl be given:
icy Ar. or Mirs. Ross Ozranger at
thceir academny ducring Mcay ad
Juice. Program evenings, Tues-
clay and Saturday.

12 W. HURZON ST sORGE C. ISHIRTS 885 STAE UT~
_______________________iSTtET.clothes in
AN ARBOR Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids. Ya i1t~rrnhor o Tar tCainp
h Ior, oc ar l a m ciphcor
LJUSTQIOUT!ZELaper acnd keep ouitthe
S t urirnacPwj s~ ~PALMER SjHAklRMACY.~
tr eRAtDALL MAcHtah to,GcOToi, CP1. + . "a-.
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave. O OUEA N T ? IIflI ISA

Fancy Mixed Nuts------------------ per pound
SomeeLae eeorsUni. ciVigicicFancy Mixed Nuts---------------------------- 11 lbs for $1
July 1 Iato e. 1 . ad. lcestudentsanacd Fancy Virginia Peanuts--------------------l_ __ _ __ __1c perpon
practitioncera. 27tcyecar. tFocecatacloue, adpun
drs I.O hrotesille. tV c cy, Fancy Virginia Peanuts--------------12 lbs for $1 .c 1IOIScea
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 44 South Main Street. IE N 0 14 A Y
OF ANN AttBOR.;
Organized 1l63. UNIVERSITY NOTES. J Arrangements tee Detroit Coma.
'Capital, $100,000. Surplccs and Profits, $40,000 Atlc iieteIerlcieIgic
Trannactn a general hankcing huniaess. Chiccagic will nccciitcca1.sylcait
Foreigcn enchangen honght andsld. Parnish mro 4-i ia ra tet o
letters of credit. I'll111}1,111111icitody. liecX-iiitP1c ira~iciecsfc
P. BACI Prenn. S. X. CLARKSON, Cashier. Ticetsacfocr lie game a ct lDetreit Slitt- ileDecoioni Dacyic ;agile Xiiiltie
nlay will hi scd at $1.50imadelandliilith xaiirsicii Iiclcc li
TH AN RBR QV11S AN (1-10 lacys lafci'ti encci lce lot- 1bcc tlcedl iccthe liicis ccf 11hc directoccrs
THEANNARBRgSVINSnBNK ae hie s fcr saile. Thecctralins X i1l lic atc01 i
Capital Storc,9.50,000. Surplun, $50,000. 1grancis id craio.
Reoarces, $1,100,000. Tile Bostoii Fcstivali orechestra left 11111112 ? oclocik.reluiarig cit r and .1'
Organizedunader the General Banhing Lawn at minihltSaturdayiigict fot In- icsiicetivtly. intl vi l tpcit lco-,
af thin State. Receiven deponitn, hayn and tin os atibt iar.Tet'iaotal
sells enchange on the princpal cities of the lciclils cii i~i ~iO i(ae lecn
United Staten. tDrafts cashced upon proper .1. Leslie frenec has bemeceoselan viiwillriveciii Detruoit Erlilcic-ilgict
identification. Safety depoit hoxen to rent. li'feiiic cij,1c1-fioiiitlie Easit, acd bothteaums Xwill
OFrICnno: Christian MaohPrenn.; XV. 0. leader ofthfrsmnbuomal'
Harrimnan, Vice-Pres.: Chcans E.iscoch stoic at the hIlisseli Olsilse.
Canhier Mc. .J. Fritz Anitant Caaier. Bolih anidcilgiar club.I
'Tie irst of lhiceIaric-arci-Peulnsyl- Arrangeiments liare bemiiadle Xii
h coaes aniit seriesiof hail g as tXa hX e 11cD. A. '. officers Xviereiy ciii ccii
by HtarXrldcit Philaclelphlia Saturday riages andiceceles con tie aditcitedi to
Hot Lunches. icy a seere oc 8 to 3. tegenco
Dr. -Novy Xwis1he oaiineuneean- Orange A. C., 6; Chicago, 3.
myymmv ,T other ecalagi for lice examination for --
1 U 1TlL S 48 S. State 'St. reiiovali ofcothelionsI iniateiie y Ciceago lest to the Oraiige Alicietic
- lecture course. lice exaination Xill Ckbb h cr of +1 to 3 Satuiray.

l Are all the rage.

Whty not you wear a
pair ?
We have them made right
and of superior quality
FOR $1.50
Belts 25 Cents and Up.
CUTTING, REYER & COB
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
SPECIAL.
0 ETAS & SCHIANZ sell Suits and Pants
Erat prices no snit everyhody; we alsn do
repcairinoa, cleaning ancd pressnc. Worh
caldfrand de~ivered. No. 48aS. State at.,
second deeor.
O M. MdARTIN, Funeral Director, Ccothc
-and Mdetallic Caskets and Pine Grade
Coffns. Embhalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
Fourth ave.
UOF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Sat-
rooms. All appointments Senst clans.
toported and domstic cigars. Ladien' artis-
tic hair dressing and hathcing parlors. J. U.
Trojanowski 30 S. State at.
lIHEN YOU XVANTr your clothes cleaned
W pessed, relised or reboand go to'Mes
Fingerlc, over Sheehcan's hook store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
D o i IN E W
COLLAR

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THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES,
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES,
Everything inthe Bicycle
line at
M. SIAEBL[B'SCycle [mpnrilm,
11 W. Washington St.

oe Ieid in thei bcteriologicl labora-
tory Friday, M1ay 2-9 at 8 tp. in.
Messrs. Wrightl, Lily & Co., of De-
troit, besides hieing Ilie largest nian-
ufacturers of fraterinity badges iii the
United Slates, are hieadqunarters for
fraternity brochies, bcook iiarks, belto,
tcon hen boxes, bag tags, caiies, fobs,
glove fasteners, glove mncders, glove
buttoners, garter buckles, sockets,
silver lorguette eciaiiis, ilver lockets,
silver hearts, iieiithols, inenmorable
day tabalets,nmenioraiidum tablets,,
match safes, necktie holders, pipes.
pocket pieces, papier clips, 'paper cut-
tern, rules, spoons, stamp boxes, ten
dials, sleeve liinks, uambrela clasps,
vinagrettes, stationery, crests, mono-
grams,. etc., etc.

innling aii coeid againiiniitlie tifthc.
Atielis madlie Chicaigo's last ruin. All
of Cica.'go'is runs were eariied.
1 2 34 hi (7T 5tt
Orange AC. .. 0O20021 01-6
Chicago.... 0 0i10 1 10 0 -3
Eariied runs-Orange, 3;~ Chicago, 3.
llits-Oriige, 9; Chicago, T. Errors--
tOrange, 3i; Chicago, a. Batteries-
WrestOrvelt aiid Csinniings for Orauge;
Brown and Pike for Chicago.
Yale Beata Princeton.
Tale's victory over Princeton at
Newv Haven Saturday wan an excit-
lug contest, won by the work of Che
former's battery, Greenway. and
Murphy. The score was5 7 to 51, acid
4,300 people saw the game.

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