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THEE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

SEME TERWe have tite Largest and Moot Cotmplete Assort-
SECOND Qment of Soft Shirts int the city.
Soft Shirits owithI Collars and Cofstchedt.
Soft Shirts with Too Paios Collats and Cufso detuohod.
* Soft Shtirttswitht Soft Collartsod Cofls ttoactod.
AIRI Soft Shirots witho Colaos and Cfs a ttochod.
LA Sl~Isn fact titere is ttothittg tmade intthie watyttfa
AV h r S oftShirt we etto ot oltow youinorSig'
B O O F S f o rPl it es d a tel o tph w ig ltlf h e.n w t in s i
B O F 9 Stoft attt Stiff Utets, atto Tattn O'Sltattter Cap~s.
1899.D. A. TINKER& SON.
lntereollouiato Bureau of fludG6G tostume.
GOTRELL 5& LEONARD,
Cooley's Taxation ALBNYe, Nt.
J Caps, Gowns. sod fHoods made to order aod reoted. Also (laso
' anss, Class Hats sod Caps, Class College Pins. Adtlress
High, Extraordinary Legal W. C. KOO~ N, Wester-n Mng.,
Remedies HselMsuUi.o hcg
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Hollands, Jurisprudence Every rig in ostr hamn is heitig repainted attd varoishted
for spirinig tratle.
Greenleaf, Evidence Vol. 1 H0L.MES' LIVERY,
TBLB~tiONE 106. 515 E. LIBE.RTY.
Mechem, Cases on Agency Canotpy furitishted for parties. O
Elliott, Municipal CorporationsLA VIPS SVUDE IIS
Ellitt ase on rivte or-we call attetion ts our eomptete fine of (enter IDralt Nickel lsted Lamps
Elliot, Cses n PrvateCor-ranging in price front 75c to $2.51) each. Thtese Lamtps are of the lotest andt
Orat~nSmost inmprsved patterns and makes. Inclouding "fTse New list healer," itT hr
porations Yae""t'he Royal, " "The Berlin Studenit Lamp, ""The Perfection Student
Lamp." It you want the beat Lamp for the 1 east .tlsoose conie atid see us
Old Number:o0DEA
44SO. MAIN ST., N & O
ANN ARBOR. NIGH.
C E GAXYEST MIANHATTAN. Prod.St;anlctl's Classes.
SHEEHAN & C For three stolid I ours of fan and enter- Prot tSlantleyoilitmeet his cltsse's
tinme it this evening, a visit soold he
University Booksellers. paid to the Athens 'theatre where at the hoots.ainntonced, todaty il
"-Gayest Manhattan," will be the at- Room C-
trattcion. Til exiravaganza is brimftul __________
-y-~ s c and runing over s-itsang and mirth.
ST U D E IN 1 Frank Gardiner, wits appears as iNath- A danoitig ptarty teas giventini
PATRONZE ST DENTS aniel .4ansfield h'eigraif, a teacher of Nickel's Haill, Sattirday eveingt in
PATRO IZE__ UDEN_ elocution, will introduce mny original hiotnor of Miss Alice B. Potlack of 1 pcate.Bsdsbigahg-ls
If Y uD oW yN t comedian of unquestioned ability, Mr. Ciao -
We ess give you the,- iighteso t asofiwest at Gardiner is a versatile vaudeville per-
the regutlarpricecs. Eitih-rfsnosh. former. His -Sketchoeo of the Vaude- Canididates for the Juitiitr claiss
N-ew 'Phone, eat, scs a. State St. eilite" is a pleasing ten minute skit, in elteam will ieor t the Gyit-
Student's Laundry Association,. which he introduces a variety of three rnsiman ay t te5ltp.rt
Sm. Vsaght, '99 Lit. Wm. R. Fox, '00 Law. minute acts showing to adeantage as tittatyttya I.tt
_________________________varle y actor, a msgician, eccentric F. H. Loup, Maniatger.
dancer, and lofty tunmbler. James A. _______
A T p O D RKilernsn will be seen in his laughble Home Hoard.
A R AL O uE Trish, German and Negro sketches.
Every verse in Miss Mcllmoyles song, Three or fois people cani fitnd first
That is all 1 ask f'or "Susie Smitb from Troy," is a lilt. MLNiss cites honme hoard at 924 E. Ants St.
may Laundry Agency. Alta de Kerwen bus a numbher of fresh 0
Parisian dances which sill appeai to the Price $3.
P. C.M E Y ER loversof graceful movement. The march Moes... L AnNIER.
Tel. Nt. os. 9. 607. William St.' troduced in the last act, hats won niuch 10 rcmn
__________________ avoraitle comment from the public and 10 rcmn
THE RENOWraNEMANDOLIN VIRTUSO press. The young womuen, sixteen in 1901 will hldli prelitmittary trials
numher, who go through the intricate for its md our relay tetam, ott Satutr-
MR. WV. EUGENE PAGE, figures are very becomingly attired in
brilliant costumses. There is not a dull day aftertooti, at 4 o'clock.
Will give lessons on the mandolin and line in the litretto, and W. B. Batchelor A. D. BROOKrFIELD, Mttgr.
guitr a theUniersty Shoo ofhas given lively airs ad catchy refrains
guita at te Uniersit Schol ~~to all the songs. wNR-vs e shytells e
Massic every Friday. For 'Terms and -.WNE-vr n obytelts n
Ladls o th Unversty f 1I1C i oitunteresting <eatue es-osinvented. "taet
hours apply to the Secretary. Ldeofte itertyo Baic ll- tsHomne." It to pla-ed by tois-s ,
gall, jini classes at Mrs. Rossech representing noBaesCult nine and willscr
ATis ite'unhits and erseothoeuame mas ay gaime
DAL..E, Gratiger's Schtotol, of Datncitng. $3 ped tin thefield. Sntprpadtayresits.
State Phone 144. May 1. 555. 509, Chambe fComm'uterce,

JOS.EW, KOLLAU,
__THE-
TAII.OR,
214 lata shttinngon St. nar-5th An.
ANN AIBOR1.
W. J. i3mes ts. STT
WAituos st iciepros ~ t
i,i V. 'Soit ovIA, 2d Vlolioes
Jui. C. WALTZ, Ast.Oshliie StVINGS
BAINK
Trainsacts a geeral
Bankiteg Busness.
FIRST NATIONAL BA NK organdy 186
Capital, $t00,(0. uorplusttand Poaits, s4,0o
'Trnscs ieera l ban ig tsiness. Foig
cedotit.
v ie-Pee.
. W. CLARKSeON Cushior.
snrh &rairg Clank
Cite. Mainea t i ,
Capita, 550,t0O0. Sttpltt, 50,50. Tastesoa
goneoal baslkitngttuiness.
R,iExrFt'ies. G L ,uVite-',,n
Fto en Coo-stL. i-bsirt
Tihe Ain tArbor Savings Ballk
Capital tc. s,u0,00. Srpus, ht50,000,
Rfiootitc',s ,io,o.
Organizedundertdch ocal Cuanking Lwe
othisS.tte. Re-cies doit,-tl, by n el
aattg oastbht-prtctoial sittrooothl e Tie
Stit s le.notiscastolei uotpoeretidtiieto
at dpositickto, to reti.
OtFptCt}tt, Otl"tWian toacPesi.; W. . I ti t
o-l' itceo-pes.; ChttEeI.Hnloc'., Cahile;SM
J. Frit AAitoatiCahie
LAMB & SPENCER,
Fancy 6Groce rs
We keep everything usually kept in a
irt-class Grocery and Bakery. al
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
Ut, of 111. Barber Sop
.adl ath itHoollse
J. 1R. TitOJAsosestt. trop. 322 . Ste St
PATRONZ
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of Stte Street
tBeu&EL'S
BARBER SHOP if l you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Htarry at 332 S. State St.
fl EEDC mba nde
ENOCH ITREFueasDrco
Caie ateded Day rIih.
Its. 1e1 . Libetytecee. OReidecee 553S
Fourth Ace, thss to.:
THOSE NOSBY TROUSERS .
MIL WARD
THE
LRESS SUITS STATE ST

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They are Coming With a Rush
~ ~ Tswith collars to match and
S OFT H without collars.
All the Swell Effects( Puffs,
B LUE Ascots,
All the New Shapes Fouar-in-Hands.
WAGNER &0CO.9 123 S. MAIN ST.

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