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June 24, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-06-24

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
For a Sty lish GREAT: TRUNK: SALE! MOORE & WETMORE
GREAT TRU K: S LE~l6 S. Main and S. State St..

AND WELL MADE I

Gradvatiog Suit
-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
Laundry,
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
CATERER,
20 EWashing-
HANGSTERFER, o n
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 sod. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, $1,100,000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upeon proper
Identification. Safety deposit bases to rest.
Orrocso: Christian Mlath Pros.; XW. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48S. State St.

We have the largest stock of Trunks and Traveling Cases
in the City and are s3 situated with the largest Trunk
Manufactory in the country as to enable us to see these
goods at Jobbers' Prices. If you are in want of a Trunk
or Traveling Case now is your opportunity. We are
also overstocked with Straw Hats and will close them
our regardless of cost.
D. A. TINKER & SON,

Invite your attention to their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
We keep the celebrated Ashby Racquets,
strictly high grade at a leos priteerthan
other racquets ehat are so t~ter; also
the Talisman, Oxford and Harvard for
cheaper racquets. Try the new Tennis
Ball, the Slazenger,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also Baseball Goods and Hammocks.

corner or wliiam.

HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS.

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LEHIQH DKMLE5 AND
anhi rsaI randalltyp wriitrs Oo.3 \
-CRANDALL MACHlINt CO..GROTON. N.5
~EYO cOZN HOCE
863 8,oadw-y M- Yvd' 206 L U 8 .11 I.Ch ca.
Then buy a Suinmer supply before you leave the best
niaiket 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 Biner Cigars $7.50,- - -- -- 3 for 25c
DEAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.

PRIVATE
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.
0 Next Year
When you come back we will be
glad tsusee yo and and supply
yanr drag wants.
PALMER'S PHARMACY. 0
46 B. STATE ST. 0
Dash fsrget leave your orders for
cools ans haggage cee forH moe'
Livesry. 1'1iose itO.

-rogram or Toasts.
Several changes have. been icade in
the pr'orami for the banquet which
will begis at so'clock i ithe Gyc-
nasl ilm In detail it is as follows:
"Our Guests," President James B.
Angeil; "The University in the
State," Governor John T. Rich;
"Tie Board of Regents that Called
Dr. Angel to the University," Hon.
George Willard, regent from 1864
to 1874; "The Univcrsity and Its
Alumni," lion. Byron 'I. Cutecheon,
'61; "Women in the University,"
Mirs. Mladelon'S. Turner, '72; "The
University and iliglier Education
in te Northwest," Preisient
Henry Wade .Rogers, of North-
western University; "The Univer-
sity and the Collges of Michigan,"
President WI. G. Sperry, of Olivet;
"The University of Chicago,"
President W. It. Hariper; "The Uni-
versity and the Pleople," Judge
Claudius B. Grant, '61, of the Su-
preme Court of Michigan,,
Meeting of Regents.
The final mieetiicg of the Regents for
the eollege year was begun yestlerday
m-orning and much miscellaneous bis.
iness was transacted.
The nainig of the auditorium of
tie WVoien's Building was decided
upon. It will be cailed the Sarah
Caswell Angell Hall, in honor of Mrs.
Jaies 1. Anei.
Tobias Diekhoff and 0. E. Lessing
were appointed instructors in Ger-
man, the former to succeed Ernst Voss
who was recently called to the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin. Dr. C. G. Dar-
ling was made demonstrator of sur-
gery and lecturer on minor surgery.
The title of Professor Edward D.
Campbell was changed from junior
professor of metallurgy to that of ju-
nior professor of analytical chemistry.
Those wishing books, pictures and
he like packed address or leave or-
ders at the Argus Book, Bindery, over
Ann Arbor Savings Bank.

NOTICE.
Anchor Line Steamers leave Detroit
every Saturday and alternate Wednes-
day's at noon, for Mackinac Island,
"Soo," Marquette, Portage Lake and
Deluth. Get rates and secure berths
from J. W. AMESSE,
Ticket Agt. Anchor Line Co
Post Office Box 150.
YOU CAN REACH
PRACTICALLY ALL
THE GREAT RESORTS
OF AMERICA,
BY THE T1IROUGH
CAR LINES OF
"AMERICA'S GREATEST
RAILROAD"- z
THE NEW YORK CENTIAL.
LAW STUDENTS. ATTENTION.
Write to Frederick Mains, Attorney,
Albion, Mich., in relation to forming
a co-partnership with a well estab-
lished business. A chance with tiny
one of three attorneys in three local-
ities. Write at once.
FREDERICK MAINS.
TO BENT
For the season at Old Mission, a
furnished cottage, beautifully located.
For terms, etc., apply to Theo. Price,
St. Johns, Mich.
Lost-On Hill st. between Twelfth
and State sts., a Phi Delta Phi Watch
charm, liberal reward offered for its
return to the Phi Delta Phi house.
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 loskets,
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.

is the purchasing power
for a pair of $1.50
DOCK IROOSEBSI
Avail yourself by this op-
portunity and get a sup-
ply before going home.
98 Cents
CUTTING, REYER & CO.
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
sPECIAL.
aIETAs SCHANZ sel Saits and Pants
Dape to ssit everybodywaiso do
repairing, cleaning 'and presin. work
called for and delivered. No.dm5. State si.,
second floor.
M. 'IARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
en etailic Caskets and Fine Grade
Cofins. Embalming a Specaly. No. 17 5.
Fourthave.
U OF .SHAYING PARLOR and Bath-
rooms. All .sppointments Senst class.
Impotd and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic aritrdressing and bathing pariors. J. R.
Trojanowski 305.State s.
WHEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned
w pesned, relined or rebound en to Mrs
Fingerle, over Sheehan's book store, Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
NEW
COLLARI

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

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