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June 03, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-06-03

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THE UNIV"RSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

For a Sty lislp
AND WELL MADE
Iradiiadt iog Suit
-CALL ON-
Jos. W. Kollaf,
Merchant Tailor,
He Pleases all the Students.
10 E. Washington St.
Gibson & Clark
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
12 W. HURON ST
ANN ARBOR
Laundry,
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
Summer Law Lectures, Univ. of Virginia,
July 1 to Sept. 1, 1896. For students and
practitioners. 27th year. For catalogue, ad-
dress (P. O. Charlottesville. Va.)
R. C. MINOR, Seeretary.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Forerig echanges bought and sold. Furnish
letters uf credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.1
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS DANK;
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resourees, $1,100,0i0.
Organized underthe General BankingLaws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys aad
sells exchange on the prineipal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
Identification. Safety deposit Sours to reel.
OFFICERS: Christian Mack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hisoor,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.r
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.

Commenoing Monday Morning, June Ist.
We will close out all our remaining stock of Negligee bhirts
separate Collars and Cuifs, at Ruinous Prices.
ALL $2.50 SHIRTS AT - - - $1.87
ALL $2.00 SHIRTS AT - - - - $1.47
ALL $1.50 SHIRTS AT - - - $1.19
These Shirts are Madras Cloths with two separate Collars and
one and two Pairs of Cuffs each. These goods are a great
bargain and will last but a short time. Come early and get
first choice.
D. A. TINKER & SON,
HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS. 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
azainoi you will alwaysk now what to ask for.

MOORE & WETMORE
6S, SMain and S. State St.,
Corner of William.
Isvite your attention to their liue of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS,
We keep the celebrated Ashby racquets,
strictly high grade at a less crice than
oth er racquets that ore so helter; also
the Talisn, Oxford asd Harvard for
chraprr racquets. Try ihe sew Tennis
Bail, the Slazenger,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also Baseball Goods and Dammocks.
lessons in dancing will be given
hy Mr. orMrs. Ross Granger at
their arademy during May and
June. Program evenings, Tues-
day and Saturday.

C5i1. . LW11ClV yt 11\ 1' L CX ~
Come and see them anyway. + + -w +
GEORGE C. SH I RTS, 8s. STATE 0 HANDY JMEDICINES
STREET. Cent otles of talets
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids. 0 ust fit the vest pocket
C(hiorate Potash, Soda 0
JUST OUT!0 AMitt, Pepsin and Char-
L~IItti1 I(CTYLS flND coal. Lots more.
niver$al Crandall Cypuriters M. PALMER'S PHARMACY.
, CI(A7NDALL MACHINF. CD, GOTON, N -,
383 Sro.,way ew York - 25 La a a. ,. . -
DOYOU EATNUTS? ULI

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

---------------------10c per pound
------------------- 11 lbs for $1
- - l1c per pound
------------- - - - --... 12 lbs for $1
DEAN & COMPANY.

I

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The track men have gone to the
training table at Prettyman's.
All entries for the 'Varsity field day
must be handed to Mr. Fitzpatrick by
tonighlt.
A fresilhman meeting will be held in
toos C at 4:15 this afternoon to con-
sider the election of a football man-
ager for next season.
The ball game between the Wrinkle
and Daily boards will probably be
played at the Athletic field Saturday
morning at 5:30 o'clock.
There are about 600 entries for the
Western Intercollegiates at Chicago
Saturday. Caspar Whitney and Harry
Cornish will attend the games.
Dr. P. C. Freer and assistants had
their photographs taken Monday af-
ternoon sitting on the south steps of
the chemical laboratory buildhug.
Yesterday afternoon Delta Upsilon
defeated Phi Delta Theta at the fair
grounds by a score of 15 to 13. Bat-
teries-Walker and White; Bradfield
and Gornefdow.
A squad picture of thirty-four track
men was taken at the athletic field
yesterday afternoon. A half-tone from
the photograph will ornament the pro-
gram of the Michigan-Cliicago meet
June 13.
Oscar Romel, ex-'94, who has been
n the Michigan Central ticket office at
Michigan City for the past three
years, hasbeen promoted and will
have charge of the up-town Michigan
Central office in Detroit.

CALENDAR.
Thurs., June 4.-'Varsity Field Day
at Athletic Field.
Sat., June 6i-'airsity vs. Toronto
University at Ann Arbor.
Wed., June 10-'Varsity vs. Detroit
Western League at Ain Arbsor.
Sat., June 13-'Varsity vs. Oberlin
at Oberlin.
RETURN HOME BY BOAT:
The "Anchor Line" of steamers ply-
ing between Buffalo and Duluth, offer
special inducements this year to stu-
dents desiring to return home by the
lake route. The palace steamships
India, China and Japan leave Detroit
twice a xeek each way.
For rates, time-tables, etc., apply to
J. W. AMESSE, Agt.
Address P. O. Box 150, or call at 94
E. Washington st.
Messrs. Wright, Kay & Co., of De-
troit, besides being She largestm an-
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.

Are all the rage.
Why not you wear a
pair ?
We have them made right
and of superior quality
FOR$1.®O
Belts 25 Cents and Up.
CUTTING REYER & CC-
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
SPECIAL.
D IETAS & SCHOANZ sell Suitn and Pasts
at prices to suit everyhody; we also do
repairing, cleasing and pressing. Worh
called for and deivered. No. 48sS. State st.,
second floor.
Oat,. tARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
.andletallicCaskets ands Fine Grade
Coffns. Embhalming a Specialty. No. a7 5,
Fourth ave.
OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
U.roomo. All %ppointments firot class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hairdressing asd bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski 305S. State st.
TEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned
W pressed, relined or rehound go to Mrs
Fingerle, over Sheesan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
1,A NEW
COLLAR

THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES,
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES,
Everything inthe Bicycle
line at
M SIAE'S Cycle Emporium,
11 W. Washington at.

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