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June 04, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-06-04

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TtIE UNIVERSTY o MICHIGAN DAILY.

Why Not Use the Best?
VICTOR TENNIS GOODS
are endorsed by all
athletes who appre-
ciate fine points of
construction:
ICTiTOF TBNNIS BALLS
(Best in the World.)
$4.00 per dozen, cash with order.
OfcsOVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Offices and Factory at Chicopee Falls, Mass.
New York. Boston. Detroit. Denver.
San Francisco. Los Angeles. Portland, Ore.
Designer and maker of fine foot
wear. Best place for repairing.
JOH WOTZKE, 435S, MAIN ST.,
UP STAIRS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organied let3.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus ad Profits, $40,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreig exchanges bought andusold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources,t$1,100,000.
Organized underthe GeneraliBanking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed non proper
identifcation. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OFFIoEns: Christiane back Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.: Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: Id. 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
MSA[E[RS Cycle [mprium
11 W. Washington St.

11 LAYA&D f INC PA:RLOPO MOORE & WETMORE
---OR-- 6 S. Main and S. State St.,
BOARDINGCorner or William.
HYGIENIC - BOARDING - HOUSE. "iyr atnotheirlineof
Located half a block from Univreroty grounds. Under new management and with
the view of accommodatin any person applying for board. We are eassuredof good
Spring patronage. Sier our capacity is limited apply at once or call at ti Maynard
St., next to School of Music.
F. J. RENNINGS, G. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS W'e keep the celebrated Ashzy .Racquets,
strictly high grade at a less price than
v othecr racquets thast are 00 beiter; also
YOU WILL SOON NEED tire Tatisn, Oxford and Baccard for
cheaper racquets, Try the new Tennis
Ball, the Slazenger,
A Trunk or Traveling Bag GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
r tsrt- nteit. tit at Also Baseball Goodsand Hammocks.

Teufel's Harness Shop,

45 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
again. You will always know what to ask for.
Come and see them anyway.
GEORGE C. SHIRTS T8rREE
STREET.
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids.
JUST OU~/! LH hBIYLSM
3 niversalC randall ypewroers no.3
Agents Wanted Everywhere Send for talogs. -
CRANDALL MACHIN. CO., GROTON. 1. .
AR~E YOU COIOG H0E ?
Then buy a Summer supply before you leave the best
market in America.
100 Pittsburg Stogies for 1.00, - - - - - 4 for 5c
100 National Sto;ies for $1.35, - - - - - 3 for 5c
100 Alfonzo Cigars $2.00, - - - - - - 2 for 5c
100 Prodigy Cigars $3.60, - - - - - - 6 for 25c
100 Owl Boquet Cigars $6.00, - - - - - - 4 for 25c
100 Royal Banner Cigars $7.50, - - - - - 3 for 25c
DEAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Dr. A. S. Warthin sails from New
York for Europe on June 10.
Dr. tDavid Clarke, '05 B, of Niles,
Mich., is visiting at the University.
The hospitals will be closed the com-
ing vacation from July 1 to Septem-
rer 15.
The faculty and seniors of the High
School will play a game of baseball at
the fair grounds tomorrow afternoon.
The practical courses in the medical
deitartmient finish up tomorrow. The
last examinations will be given todry
and tomorrow.
Dr. A. L Johnson, assistant to the
professor of su"gery,leaves Friday
for Portlaind, tOregon, where lie in-
tends locating.
P'resident Angell left yesterday for
Grand Rapids, where lie will attend
the sessions of the National Confer-
ence of Charities and Corrections.
R. S. Greenwood, city ticket agent
for the Ann Arbor railway, has been
appointed Michigan passenger agent of
the Wabash railway with headquar-
ters at Chicago.
TO RENT
For the season at Old Mission, a
furnished cottage, beautifully located.
For terms, etc., apply to Theo. Price,
St. Johns, Bich.
Packing and forwarding of furniture
done with great care. Low prices
guaranteed. Call or 'phone to Martin
Haller's Furniture Store.

RETURN HOME BY BOAT:
The "Anchor Line of steamers ply-
ing between Buffalo and Duluth, offer
special induceicets ti ri ear to stu-
doints desiring to retun home by the
lake route. The palace steamships
India, China and Japan leave Detroit
twice a week 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.
For Rent--Furnished house suitable
for a fraternity or society, at 102 S.
State st.
The Daily for the rest of the year
for 75c.
Telegraphic reports of the games
will be sent to the Daily direct.
Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
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, giove
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.

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.
HANDY MEDICINES. #
10 cent bottles of tablets,
0 just fit the vest pocket.
Clilorate Potash, Soda
Mint, Pepsin and Char-
coal. Lots more.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
GODOSPEED'IS
B*. c
"Vikig
AND
Hummer."
GOLJF
AND
B ICOYCLeRB
SuITS..
Are up to date and a little be-
Jond.
15 Main St.
SPECIAL.
DIETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and Pants
at prices to sut everybody; we also do
repairing, cleaning and pressing. Work
called for and delivered. No.S. State st.,
seconrd floor.
M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
0. and Metallic Caskets and Fine Grade
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
Fourth ave.
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
U rooms. All i pponiments first claas.
tmpoeted and domestic cigare. Ladies' artin-
tic halr dressing and bathing parlors. J.R.
Trojanowski 3055. State st.
WIDEN YOU WANT yourclothes cleaned
1 pressed, relined or rebound go to Mrs
Fingerle, over Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
PA NEW
COLLR

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