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May 27, 1896 - Image 4

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TIE UNIVeRSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

For a Stylish T R UNKS.

TRUNKS.

AND WELL MADE
Graduatio Soil
-CALL ON-
Jos. W. Kollauf
Merchant Tailor,
He Pleases all the Students.
10 E. Washington St
Gibson & Clark
PHOTOGRAPHERS,
12 W. HURON ST
ANN ARBOR
Steam
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
Summer Law Lectures, Univ. of trglnss,
July I to Sept. , i696. 1or students and
practitioner. 27th year. Fo catalogue, ad-
dress (P. O. Charlottesville. Va.)
R. C. MINOR, Secretary.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, 40,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought and soad. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stuck, $50,00. Surplus, $150,000.
Reource, $1,00,000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of thinState. Receives deposits, buyes and
sells exchange us the principal cties f the
Gited States. Drafts cased upn proper
identificatiun. Safety depsit boes to rent.
OnenEs: Christian Mack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.: Chas E. Hiscock,
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.
Everythine inthe Bicycle
line at
STBLER'SCycle Emparium,
11 W. Washington St.

SU IT CASS,
TE LESCOPSS.
TRAVELING BAGS
Largest stock and lowest prices in the city.
D. A. TINKER & SON,

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main and S. State St.,
Corner of William.
Invite yur atte'ti'n to their "e of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
We keep the celebrated Alhby "acucets,
strictlc high grade at a lcss Trice than
other racquets that are no batter; also
the Talismon, Oxford and Haurvurd fur
cheaper racquets. Tryathe new Tennis
Ball, the Slazenger,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION,
Also Baseball Goods and Hammocks.

HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS.

No. 9 S. Main Stl

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.
GEORGE C. SHIRTS, 8STRTET
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids.
JUST OUT!
- LEIIQI HT D .ES AND
U.nversal Crandall Cypewriters Do.
Agents Wanted Everywhere Send for Catalogs.
CRANDALL MACHINE CO.,.GROTON, '. 4
-" Badwa ew y srod. 206 ULanle et.. Cica.

DO YOU EAT NUTS?
Fancy Mixed Nuts-----------------------------10c per p
Fancy VirginiaPeanuts-------p-------------blOperp
Fancy Virginia Peanuts.._-- - _-- - ---------..--_--12lbsfR

ound
or $1
ound
or $1

DEAN & COMPANY.

44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The next Hobart Guild reception will
be held at Harris Hall at I7:30 Friday
osolling .
The Political Equality Club, at its
lost meetcing,. give $10 to itio Womlen's
Glyminasiiimifund.
Wiosin lin sett two men to 11e
Mott Haven games, Captainl Maybury
the sprinter, and J. R. Rihards for
the hurdles.
The "Headlight," which was to have
appeared soiie lime ago, is now near-
ly ready and will be put on sale Fri-
lay, June 5th.
There wil lbe a meeting of the jun-
ior independents tomorrow afternoon
at 4 o'clock in the chapel. The object
of this meeting is to discuss plans for
the '917 Castalian.
The Ann Arbor and Detroit High
School nines will play a game of ball
at the fair grounds at 4 o'clock tis
afternoon. An admission fee of 25
cents will be charged.
All entries for the Freshman-Sopho-
more field day must be in by tomor-
row night. Names may be sent to
ft. T. Heald, Psi U house, or C. C.
Adams, Sigma Phi house
The next number of the Journal of
Experimental Medicine will contain
an article by Prof. A. It. Cushny, oil
the "Action of the Digitalis Series on
the Mannalian Circulation."
The students of the pharmacy de-
partment will visit the laboratories of
Parke, Davis & Co., Stears & Co., Far-
rand. Williams & Clarke, at Detroit,
Friday, leaving over the M. C. at 7:30
a. m. Tickets are good to return any

time up to and inclusive Sunday
evenig. 'Pickets may be secuied
from Messrs. Trowbridge and W'ears
at the chemical laboratory up to
Thursday night.
All students residing west of the
Rocky Mointains are reuested to
moot in Rluoml22, lawbildiiig, to-
orrow afternoon at 2 o'clock for ti'
purpose of securing a reduction in
rates home.
The Scientific American has offered
a prize of $220 for the best essay on
"The Progress of Invention During
the Past Fifty Years." For further
particulars see the Scientific Ameri-
can for May 9th, ISMi.
The American Sunday School Union,
of Philadelphia, offers $1,000 inrizes,
$600 for the best book and $400 for
the next best book, written 1pon te
subject "Forming and Maintaining
Character on the Principles of Bible.'
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, menthols, 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.
Ripans Tabules: one gives relief.

P RIVATE
lessons in dancing will be given
by Mr. or Mrs. Ross Granger at
their academy during May and
June. Program evenings, Tues-
day and Saturday.
aYourwnterclothesin
Camph~or, or Tar Camp-
hor, or Tar Camphor
Paper and keep out the
PAL R'S PHARMACY.
It costa no more to -et a rig at
noths. youegt the
$r
DUCKTRO0,USES
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 & CON
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
SPECIAL.
DIETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and Pants
at prices to suit everybody; we also do
repairing, cleaning and pressing. Work
called forand de:ivered. Eo. 4SS. State st..
second floor.
0 lId. MARtTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
. ande lic Caskets and Fine Grade
Cuos. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
Fourth aye.
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
S rooms. All appointments first ela.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski 3055. State St.
THEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned
~pressed, relined or rebound gu ts Mrs .
Finger e, over Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
A
ANEW
COLLAR[

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