THE U. OF M. DAILY.
THE LATEST AND BEST SEE SHOW WINDOW FRIDAY.
.Assortment of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in the City.
I4AVfE YOtU SEEN OUJR NEW' SPRING STOCK(?
It is a Sptendlid Showtng at Suits aini Overcoats. Estr Valu t iL I'ow Prices.
WadhamS Ryan & ~Reules
Ann Arbor Savings Bank 2] Years in the B~usiness,
Ann Aror Mien. Capitat Stork, $50,0t, CITY LAUNDRY,
Organired under thie generalt Banking Lawr M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth St,
oftrhis state. Riecrives Deposits, buys and
settl sehane on the principat citites of the
totited Saies. Presets cashed uo roe 4 '__ St7t1 d
idenettifti. Offiersr: pnprpe -' 5 I5g e 7r /f
CHIrSTaIANMAom, Prets., i S " ""'
NV.ID.HARRnIMAN.VieePres, \ j f Tle e Shp
Cons. F.. HancocK, Cosieir, t t I5. VSi9p
M. J. trr. As t. Cashier. r r its Hosiery.
fesre I iscomtreo ttand Domning.
% r Mn s, 25 ., 5. 00. forme',50c. Gue stzeshoer
6 g ' I + ttKtliit O S triPAN, 76 ChricSt , BostBns Mass
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9 J / TZot'., tuae -nt s vsiie'. 13'ar v,4:1 p.i.
Thir"., Jane 7-Gaes'terrenr tirerinners.
ASK 02Sat.,.lunesr0Itt7.nfi1. vs., Wisr'rn'in.
J P/Sirs., Joune 1Ii esteryuitl. L~eture irn
"Phytiianas a Chrris-tin,"tbyhPrtf. ChOB
IFR.A.NT D.A.LIL The Humorous Board.
the honrdl of funny men cause to-
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS, aether, Saturday afternoon. It was
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS! decidede to call the publication "iThe
s0astHunn Streeture, Wrrinkle of the University of Ilichi-
HlAVE EAiRNtEDAS' gon to issue the snore the first
E rNVIABLE anod thurt lriday of each mouth.
.J RPTAiTION h usrpinwl eV
FO sFI'3YS toip Pt tlorito vi eS.oter
0 YOURisTRoAts college year. TPhe paper wiilde-
SMAC~ITEDO pend ira a great measure for its rua-
E A. . evjr&La terial on contributions front the stu-.
,S oppecourtuse. stent burly, anod all articles of merit
A SURPRISE PARTY!
=]WiE wwo sni
COLLEGE CAMP at WORLD'S FAIR
hn italrirro triers. 50 tper. ss'e.Tetro t ri-
ourfrnti'singrs, *:.0t persweekt..For.ultinr-
Fora r ironrt drriri'r . onre,
LI). ATssA'rT..t, ATAN i EiR.
2.,2trtet Arrveornue, - Cli in~
OWEN'S BARBER SHOP !
sic 'f<ir tvcn usnfor three reasons.
(r) It suipplemented the old disopen-
nation; (z) it is a revelation of man
to himself; (3) it came at a tinme
when the highest pagan civilization
hail failed to satisfy the longings of
the human soul.
'Phe development of the choral
was traced and then church music
of the present time" was touched
'upon, many of the hymnntunes wve
are nosy using hove been sung for
centuries in Germany as drinki ng
In closing, the ideal churcrh music
avas described andctair appealt made
to altlavho go out from the U. of 1I.
to strive to bring this ideal to be sloe
It. E. Itariglit, '93 minedic, lion
takcen his frool exanms anor will go
soon to Washington, 1). C., to taike
an examionation to enter the marine
Seniors desiring Conoroencensent
invitationosthould noake thocnumber
wanted knowvn to the Invitation
Committee at once. Address the
Chairmano, ri Jefferson street.
POILR E-iUS, just north of the Post-
office.,ihts the best tracks, earriages,
and horses ins the eity. 'Tcy hin. tf
Your Last Opportunity.
Mr. A. 1'. Dose, of tire Gtolden Easgle.
Detoit, still beu at tire Cook Housee ci
'Tuesdaryrind W~eniesdary, June 6 ansi
7with a comiplete tine of wosolenis. As
tis will be tire least chttncre but omit for
plainog your ureter for is suit, it il
pray you to see what they offer. You
ore sure of :vettinig the highest class'
work tit a saving inn price of from $5
to $10 per stilt. Don't miss tire otpor-
Excelsior Lauud rvn
"O E t IAPriT~RiN S 'litisT.
Coode Wor ' Gurt ranedr. iGoodyraledr ifor
and deivtered. A. F. COVERT. niop.
Natuste's 1eavth no openro c yles-
Thre Columiarricr s ter roes everywhiere irs
pecnttietitutt fety-Critolumbis are gan-
or set bytail C r totw -enrta p.ioerf-
Ce., Btonsr, Nw ork, Cticso.
1 1f~ i% E. 5WashingtonanStress
ARE OW 5OLNONE."p o ELYS
XX ',SHttOv AN 'P -
ijiJM tANN C ItAT.S:
F JiL L AND
17~ S. MAIN STREET.
We are offeing ounirerstiec k of LAWrN
wilt receive the most corstial recepo-
lion by the board.
The Freshmen Dannced.
Ninety-six held its second class
social Saturtday evening and tloe
dancing was kept up fromr nine until
tivelve, stoping several tins to
listen to nousic by the '96 glee club.
For those owho did not lance, thoere
were provided small cards having
special topics of conversation cur-
responding witho the dances.
TENNIS anti SPDRTING GOODS at COn a small stand at one end of
manuacturers' wttolesale cost. All new the room wastle S. IL. A. cutp whicho
the freshmen gored upon very
Racketsoincludhed. DON'T MISS THrECuANct. proudly.
Mrs. de SPout and Mrs. Knowlton
were thoc chaperones of the evening.
GEORGE WATAHR, Prof. Stanley on Sacred Music.
Prof. Stanley, in his lecture Sun-
University _ 20 S. State St., day nmorning, naid among many
Bookstore, other interesting and instructive
things, that he believed sacred mu-