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in Black, Clays and Worsteds. Buy your Easter outfit from
31 s. MAIN ST.
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A4N N EEBOR?
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.. S. SERVISS, Manager,
0 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.
TIE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ass A.b o ich Capital Stock,$50,000.
Organmised under the Geserai Banking Los
o tis State. Receives deposits, buys sad
seii-sexchasce on the principal cities of the
United States. irafts cashedu pos proper
idestificatlen. Safety deposit boes to rent.
:4Otcrems: Christian Mack, Pros.; W. 0.
Narriman Vice-Pres; Chas. E. Hiscock,
ashier N. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
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FIRST CLASS CUSTON TAILORING
Corner of State -ad Wlliam stes.,
Wilias st. entrance.
The latest thing in PHOTOGRAPHY.,
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Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
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44 South Main Street.
Dramatic Entertainment. I U. OF Al. CALENDAR.
The,,ntity club's annual dramatic Thurs., April 11.-Faculty recital at
eitertaiiment ktaes place tonightin ie Memorial11Mrs. Trebood's
HighnSeichioilishl. ceryThe first pioy to bho Trs. Arcitals ruboo~
recital of her dramatization of "Silas
preentd i a it'try nmixedl up tnone er" M. NI ciiurch.
act farce caiied "Au1 on Account of a luarner
Bracelet." This is an old amateur Fri., April 12.-Spring vacation be-
piece and wherever it has been given gins.
it has heen well eceived. Tues., April 23.-Spring vacation
The second play is an one' act com- closes. Exercises resumed in all de-
edy called "A Caine of Cards." which partments.
Mr. Barron, the dramatic critic, says Thurs., April 25.-Senior swing-out
to b the strongest and cleverest one at vesper .services.
act pice ever written. It is seldom Fri., April 2f.-lntercollegiate debate'
that anateurs possess eiough onfl hetweenNorthwestern and Michigan
dence in themselves to att'empt such at Chicago.
works as is required to correctly pre- Thurs., May 9.-Faculty recital at
sent "A Game of Cards," but those Frieze Memorial hall.
who go to make up the cast tonight Thurs., June G.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Me'morial hall.
have all had, experience enough toFreeM oiahil
warcant their handling of the parts NOTICE'TO MEDICS.
in such a fay as to give a clever per C N o. T4 Maoic. B
formasle.an st oos N1,Masonic Block.
The. Unity cluh has decided to place and inspect those fioe hand and pocket
the admission fee at 1 cents ad to cases made by the Argus Book Bind-
give one-half the receipts to the High ery. If you have any special design
School library. The performance be- in mnd they will be pleased to cxc-
gins at b o'clock tonight at High cute same for you in leather work.
School hall. Unity club coures tickets Wanted.-One student of each de-
will admit. partment to work for us Saturdays.
Address with stamp, Star Mfg. Co., 44.
Officers of Socratic Union. Monroe ave., Detroit.'
At the last meeting of the Socratic THE LATEST WOOLENS.
Union the following officers, were Mr. Rose, of the Golden Eagle; will
elected: President, Mr. Nothomb; vice be at. the Cook house .Tuesday, the
president, Mr. Hicks; seofetary and 9th inst., with a line of the newest
treasurer, Mr. Fritshaw; marshal, ;Browns, Greens, Bronzes, sld the
Mr. Forrest. Nobby Effects in Checks for stylish
wear. All students are invited to call.
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Several other varieties of good
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from 0Ie up to $1.25 each at
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Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington St.
G. H. WILD,
THE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer has received the
largest and most select stock of
IMPORTED ANDDOMESTIC WOOLENS
for spring and Slmmer of 196 in
ths cityand.would he, pleased
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