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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNiVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

SECOND SEMESTE
LAW
BOOKS
Cooley's Taxation

igh, Extraordinary
Remedies

Legal

A .°:.. D.A.Tinker& Son
C, , ~334 S. STATE ST.
InterGoIleuiate Bureau of l f1adeG Costume.
GOTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBANYs, N. Y.
Caps, Gowns, and Hoods ma ds to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats anod Caps, Class College .Pins. Address
W. C. HERN, Western g.
Hcakell IvInsein, Uiv..of ChicagE,
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Every rig in our basin is being repainted and vasnisbed
for spring trad~e.
HOL.MES' LIVERY.
TELBF,4ONE 106. 515 E. LIHE.RTY.
CanoIpy furnished for parties
LA PZ)FOSTIUDfE N TS,
XWe call atteutioin to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel :Plated Lamps,
ranginig in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
muo't improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Rochester, ""The
Yale," "The Royal,"'"The Berlin Student Lamp," "{The -Perfection Stndent
Lanip." If you want the heat Lamp fur the Lasot 1oney coioe aiid oee no
Old Numbier: E A
4450O. MAIN ST., D AN O
ANN ARBOR, MICH. o n

W. J. BOTH, PEnS.
W. ARNOiii, ist V ice-presI
J. V. SHEEiA, 2d Vic-pens
JOHNi.C. WALTZ, At'. Csier

Hollands, Jurisprudence
Greenleaf, Evidence Vol. 1I
Mechem, Cases on Agency
Elliott, Municipal Corporations

JOS. W1KOLLAUF,
TCAIILOR,
Has Received a Fine Line
of New Goods.
2154 F~as aC shlington St., na 5th Ave.

8TRTE
8FIVINGS
BRMNK

Elliott, Cases on
porations

Private Cor-I

SHEEHAN &Co.
University Booksellers.
Students' Laundry Association
Wmc. VOC(UG-Win. 1R. cOX,oageits tor
TH'E(GRAND LAUINDiRY, of D)ETROIT
The iestl iigh graie icatcciy iinthosMae. Tice
oniy inchies domesitic, fis in the Wesi.
Ginveofinishsalsgivn~. All sonricpromoptiy,
neatiiyanid careiully one~.
O1i11c 225. Stateci. Riensce60Lawncie sti.
NewSate Pine. 441.
A TRIAL 03R DER.
'1 hat is X1ll I rsk for
ily 1Laililry Agety .

Ccindidcites fur the Juioir chass
relly teaii will report at the Gynm-
nasliiially daiy at 5 p. in.
P. iH. Loui), Manager.
WASsINOoNs BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Mrs. Graniger will give a Washing.
fon's Birthday party next Wednes-
day eveninig, Feb. 22. Dan~cing at
8:30. 50 cents a ciuiple.
Ladies of the University of Michi-
gall, join classes at Mrs. Ross
Graniger's School of Daiicing. $3
froii Satuirday uintil the seasoin closes,'
Masy 1.
Walter Bennett, captain aincienid
of tii year's 'Vasrity eleveis iao
comipleted his eiigiiieerinsg coirse and
xwiii leave for his lioiiie ini Chicago
next Saturday.

Howl For a Prize.
Th'le howling allcy is cinder iiew
.nanailgemntatdsoulii give a box of
igasoti the one masking the higelest
three game ilverage in 30 dlays from
Mcnday. Prices reduced.
A large iiiiimber of Anin Arbor
people saw Nethersole in "Carmien"
in Detroit Saturday evenling.
Storij biy a U. ofl M. Man.
Mr. ties. ucrton, cc University niMichiganc
"radateicis te accthcnccia ciccy entitled "A
'PailBin-mcd," cowcrunnincg inc tse Chicago
imets-Herald,Sucncay ediltion. Ticesublishes
wrtll Ms. P. Meyer, ltceir cagent liheesfollowos:
"Is conctionwiiti theinclosed ecisar e
thoughtit ccighct baof o~ints oyuccicto nw
11111 tcci Mr. Go. unttl,,lice atttortof"The
FairlBrigandl," ix s icadctoifciAss Artoc.
Doubtlcsscmcloy 1people is Ass Arbor sill re-
mcccmcbcer it.h ilt M. Honcih s uctccilreccently
Stoee icitd tates cosat iAthcess, IGreece,
whetch lic ersic icrthstorcy cwascobtinedl.
We' thicik ifyouil cailcil tis fttotIn e atstin-
tiocnifyoccc p51r0n5 iwill Ssbeofcsideraiile
Iauetooin scecing subccccctionlis inr 11c
Suicicay Ticoes-Hercald, aiid tshlS e glad ifiti
has tistresucl."
Yours truly,
'TsE llsICAssnTTES-HERsALD.
-There is ine skating at floe Ann
Arhiir skatling park.
Loss-At the GymiiFriiday night;
a siiake skin card case. Return to
DAILY office aiid receive rewvard.
WANTED-Every con saby the Ilestand
mstIintslt sice aeevcerisvested. "Booe
Boll s omesi." It is played Sy Iwo pesoso
eacS repreentccinga Base Bail sise and willsce
snasus, Silo asd errosthesamelass iaiy game
plnyedlus the field. 5Sntprepaid tin y address
ossreeipi ofil5c.
BASE BALL AT HOMEa CO.,
c5. 509. Chasmbes of Comimeice,
Detroit Mich.

Transacts a general;
Banking lBusiness.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ci AsAln 16
Caspital, w100,000.cSrlus and Profits, 140,000
'rractstgenerathl tank~ing busiest. Foreicn
echalngcboughtaned cold. Frshlcecters ci
cedit.
E. 0. OINNE, Precs. HARRISON SOULE,
Vicec-Prsc
S. 'W. tCLARKSO(N, Casicier
u &i"krhanirnik
(Cr. Mainanc s ict i c Si e
Capiitll.$50,000. Slsti.$3000. Trasctsta
B FREDi.PHs . CEtsoCsshie t
TDc Rieu firbor Savings Bank
Capitail SixeS. $50,000. Srpluc, 6150,000.
Resotcrces,$1,100,000
Orgacszcdtundcrltcetics eraltBnki nslg Las
of th~is Stacc. Receivsdepstst, 1 oct lacdsells
ecag ontheinci c i ies oficcci1cc itced
O ClERnSChr0 itia~l nc. Prs. ;Vs. 0. Hsrri
maVice-Prs.; tChas. IE. Ilisceces, Cashier; M
J.Frtz AssistatCashier
LAMB &SPENCER,
..THE..
Fancy rcr
We keep everything usually kept ina
first-ciass Grocery and Blakery. Call
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of SVI. Barber Shop
J. R. Tatolosxwssi. n3225 S. lSae St
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL oh St'te Street
BARER HOPis Di s& ELY'O
BARBER HOP yot ou desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH DIETERLE, Fnra irco
Cauls ottesded Day us Nightl.
No. ill E. LibetyStreetl. Resideace 113
THOSE NOBBY TROUSERS
MIL VWARD
THE
TAILOR
DRESS SUITS STAT1E ST

i

P. C. MEYER-, All engiueers. wisohing to try for'
0is7 )". Willi a"t. thxe Tech mnodolinuibltla.re reqiiesteid
____________________________to repoit 'lhicrsdsoy, Feb. 23, at 4 p.
THEEENWNE MASISLINIIITIISO in. in Roomi 3 engineerinig buiilding.
THE ENONED ANDLIN IRTOSO MIITOoN C. IIAOTIOAN, Lecader.
MR. WV. EUGENE PAGE, 'the fsooig teacbers will give
Will give lessuss on the muandolin and their couirses cdurinog the suimmoer
guitar at the University Sciesasal of schooli: Prof. Bemoain, McLaugholin,
Music every Fridcay. For 'Terms and Truebood, Rolife, Btenchi; Junior
hours apply to the Secretary. Profs. 'Taylotr, Scott; Assistant Prrsfs.
Reed, Msarkley; Istructors, Higley,
Lighty, Menlsel, Guthse, Hall, Strauso,
ANDA L L, Gouliiinig, Effinger, Pillobuory, Denni-
s111, Gransurd, Munsoi; Asistanst
R State Phone 144. Instructors Caimpbell, Bliss and Wait.

The New Blue
Shades in Gentlemen's Neckwear---
We have just received tf!:em---A
little spring-like, but handsome.
WfAGNLN & GO.,
123 S. MAIN ST. ...TAILORS.

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