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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Students' Laundry Association
Wi. VOUGHT-Wam. R. FOX, agets tr
THE GRAND LAUNDRY of DETROIT
The bet high grad andry in thr Stai. Thr
only eahinr drmeictfiih i thrWet.
Glove aiih ais gien. All work prramply,
oraly ad carnaully dra.
Offie 22 S. Sar n. Rridrarr tin Lawrnert,
Nrw Stair Phoa. 441.
MYusic Studio
Plan, Pipe Orgaq and Carrpsltin
R. H. KKMPF
Froa Stgart Coneratory, Germany.
312 S. Diiain St. Cncert Plana Tnqga
THE RENOWEED MANDOLIN VIRTUOSO
MR. W. EUGENE PAGE,
Will gve leson on the mandolin and
gitar at the Unaiversity School of
Music every Friday. For Termanard
hours apply to the Secretary.
DANDALL,
ll State Phone 144.
Peninsular
Engraving
Companyj,
DETROIT, MIOH.

InterGolIOuiate Bureau 01f Rcademn C6ostumeo.
GOTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBANY, N. Y.
Caper Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class-
Canes, Clasa Hate and Caps, Claes College Pins. Address
W. C. KERN, Wrstern Mngr.,
Hashell Muansem, Univs. of Chicage
FO....
PROMPT SERVICE.
NICE CARRIAGES
lrer year Party adCalling H o Im e s L iver
TE.LEPHfONE 106. 515 E. LIBERTY.
LAMPS FOR'STUDENTS.
We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranginig in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These L~amps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Iloc'hester," "The
Yale," "The Eoyal," "The Berlin Student Lamp," "The Perfection Student
Lamp.":' If you want the beat Lamp for the Leost liloisego come and sse us
Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST., DE N CO
ANARBOR. MICH. D A O
SHORE ACRES AT THE ATHENS. Yale lies been presentted with two
James A. Hemse owns the finest sum- valuable giftIs, broth rare historical
mer home of any actor in America. mauscripts of unusual imsportance.
The house, which stands on a knoll Onie is the oniginal mnscript of the
overlooking Peconic Bay, is known asnoe adsermnitis of Re.-icy th
"Harns Oaks," and is located in theEdarots flid r of fJnat otbyd
village of Southampton, L. I. The Ewrs ahro oitii d
grounds are beautifully laid oot and wards. It is dated 1719.
stretch along the bay shore for nearly a
mile. 'There are bathing houses, ponds, A couirse of lectures is to he deliv-
docks, etc., and his yacht, "The Ure'ch- ered at Cornell on the subject of
en," rides at anchor within gunshot of
the house. The place was planned after ,railroads, by President Baldwin of
a famous English villa, and the house is the Long Island Railroad.
an exact reproduction of one of the
most celebrated Queen Anne cottages Prof. Craig will lecture today,
in England. Mir. Hemse's own room Tedy at 2 o'clock, Tappan Hall,
contains 13 windows, which proves that Tedy s
all members of the dramatic profession H. 2, on "'Introdtuction to a 'Jest
do not believe in superstition number Literature."
13. Br. Hemse is the author of that ________
remarkably successful play, "Shore Tk rvt esisi alii
Acres," which will be given a costly raepitelsosndncg
scenic production at the Athens Theatre before the Junior Hop, of Mrs. Rosa
on Wednesday, January 25th. Granger. Call at office Granger's

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
TAIL.OR,
Has Received a Fine Line
of New Goods.
214 Est WashngongeSt5., na r 5th Ave.

W. J. Beore,Pres.
W. AaaRNO set Vice-proet
J. V. SEEHuA, Id Vicc-pre
JOHN. C. WATZ, Asst.Casher

STIITL
SRVINGS
BRINK

Candidates for the 1901 Class
Track Tea~e will meet at the Gyinna-
slum from 4:30 to 5:15 on Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday afternoons.
A. M. BsROOKFIxLD, Manager.
hevemal of the Chicago boys had a
spread Saturday afternoon at the
rooms of W..,. MciLauchlan slid J.
J. Crowley. 'The club has a spread
weekly at the rooms of one of the
anembers.
Dr. Angell left today for Wash.
ington D. C., to attend a meeting of
the Smuithsonian Institution. While
theme lie will also attend a mneetinig
of the U. of Mi. Club.
Prof. MacLaughlin entertained the
Muskegon studlents at his home last
evening. The professor formuerly
lived in Muskegon.
The studenits of Cornell Unsiver-
sity have contributed about $600 for
the support of thes track team.

Academy, 312 Maynard.
Ann Arbor Hailroad Connections.
Via the Anni Arbor Rialmoad you
can consnect for important points as
belouw.
Leave Ann Arbor.
1:10 a. a.... .ArriycSt. Loots.5..:52 p.i.
7:25 a. m.... ArivreroKassCity..7:15 a.m.
1:2 a. m... Arrive lomns.tl'u .2:1lp. m
7:25 a. in.... Arrive Cincinnat...5:3t prm
1:215am.... Arrive Indianaolis...:51p.
7:21, ...mArrie Louiville...:10 p, mn
17:25 a. ..Arrive Fort Wayne....l12:35anoon
11:25 a. m.... Arrive Cincinnuati....7:t0 a.i.
11:25 a. ..Arrive Cleoeland.1..:51)'.i.
11:25 a. m.... Arrive Washingten..:05 p. M
11:25ia. m.... ArrivelBaltimor e.1..:0 p. i.
11:2s.at ... Arrive Philadelphia....d4:35p. in.
11:21 a. m... Arrive Cla has.0..:11 p.i.
1:215a. i m.Arnive IDayto. .. 6:10 p. in.
8:49 p. den..AriverCincinnati...:0 a.mi
0:40 p. m... Arrive Columhoe.0 1:0 am.
8:43 a. m.... Arrive Lansing. i.1:0 a. an.
8:43 a. m....Arrivr~ra,,d Rapids.. 12:55 sees
45650p. m....Arrive Saginaw.... 800Op. m.
4:50 p. mn...Arries Bay City ....8:+p.m.
4:56ep.am.... Arriv'eLansing .. 7:0 pm'
4:560p.am....krrive GraraRapids...9:5p. m
4:560p. m.... Arrive Flilet...... :0p.m.
WANTEtD-Every sac is hay the latestad
marlintereting eamer oneted. 'Base
Bell at Game." It is plaed 0y two personr
rach repreeting a BPerBal ninr and will scare
is roes, hits ad errors 11:e tome as any gasae
played as the aid. Sent prepaid loseny'addrers
as receipt of l5t.
BASE BALL AT GORE CO.,
505. 555, Ghaebe of ommeror,
netroit Mich.

Transacts a general
Banking Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN K 1orAAo63o
Capital, .8100,( 00. Suiles asd Preois, 140,000
'ranssacts a general bootleg businero. Foein
exhagehboughtad sold. Fuonelm letters of
credit.
E. 0.RINE, Pros. HARRISON S OULE,
Vie-~Pre
S. W. GLARKtSON, Cashmers
Con. Rain atd 5urmrnstStroee.
Capital, 150,000. Sumrpies, $ 30,000. Transectsa
gcneralhankisngbusiness.
R,RKnxr, Pr. . E. GREENEa,Vicer.
FRED. HGBLs-os. Cashir.
1The lAnn tArbIor SavingsI Bank
CapitllSlosh. $5,0,000. Sorpluc, $1'000
Reorces, $1,100,000.
Oogaaierd unetdr thr General Basting Law'
of thms StCate. Recoives deo~sitr, hoyt end sells
exhneon the principl clities of the Cnitedi
etatt~s. tirafts cased epee proper idontification
Saety deositoes to ralt.
OFFRetoos"Chistian Mach Pres.; W. O.Ilerri
man, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. ilisocKs, Gashier; 5M.
. hoitz AnssstCashser
LAMB &SPENCER,
THE ..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Cell
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M. Barbcn Shop
atnd B~atRos.
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Prep. 322 S. State St
RAZOR HONING
IS A SCIENCE..
Ws Guaratse OsrWork.
WARREN THE BARBER,
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBER 1SHO ONN & ELY'C
BA BE S OP If yuou desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 132 S. State St.
ENOCH VIE LIL rlle~ireto
Galls attoaded Day or Night.
No. 161 E. Liberty Street. Besidence 5e3 5
Foerth Ave,, Phone 1059.
THOSE NOBBY TROUSERS
MVIL WARD
THE
DESS SUITS STATE S1

,Look for h M ark!.a if see that the
oH the Lrticle or on the box. This is a guarantee that it is
good. Souvenir Holiday Gifts ! The largest lino in Wash.
tenaw County of gifts, desirable; for ladies and gentlemen.
Examine our Mock.
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