4 THRE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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SH EEHAN &
If You Do Not, Why
We en give youe the higect csee
the reglar pics. Eithe Otiih.
New 'Phone, 441, 202 S.
Student's Laundry Essoce
Wem. Vought, '9 LIt We. R. Fo,
A TRIAL ORD
That is all I ask for
tmy Lausndry Agency.
P. C. MEYEF
Tel No. 179. 607 E. Wili
THE RENOWNED MANDOLIN VIE
MR. W. EUGENE P
Will g.ve lessons on the cand
guitar at the Unoiversity Sl
Music every Friday. For Tr
hours apply to the Secretary.
TER GO T0 I WILL GIVE
Stabler's Art Store 20 per cent Reduction
to all Students
Art Novelties and of the U. of MI. ottgood seurcheasedl
FOR Fine Frame Mouldings. at lily store.
17S. 4t11 Ave. Pioho.'- 183. Salisbury's SDrg-
IfltcPGOIIcfaidtCBureau 01t lGd1611G GastumG.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
Caps, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Cases, Cassasts and Caps, Class College tins. Address
Legal W. C. oKER~N, W "st ernMigr
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Every rig its our bares is being repainted and varnished
for spsrintg tr'ade.
1 H0LME S" LIVERY,
TESLEPHaONE 106. 515 E. LIBE.RTY.
cy Canopy furnislhedfor par toes
We call attentlion to our complete line of ('enter Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
e Cor- ranging in price front 75c to $2.50 each. 'These Lamps are of the latest ansd
most improved patterns and makes. Including "'The New liochiester, ""'The
Yale," "'Ihe Royal, ""The Berlin Studenet Lamp, ""The I'erfection Student
Lamp." If you want the hest Lamp for the at .!Monsey come aced see us
44SO. MAINNST., DE N C )
NN ARBOR. MICH. D A 0
S Committees Appointed. (Iset, Miss Anna M. Barleard, the
cnAt the meeting of the Atheletic womenc's vice-presidenet, or ties gens.
Boared held last eveleing little else eral secretary, Mr. C. L. Stucco, Jr.,
rs. than routine business swas transacted. by Theursday noone.
A committee was appointed to see
tI about the sweaters for thes all-freshe- Business Manager Hans has for
mean team; whesre the funds to pay the past week been suffering from a
NTS for them are to come from. The foot- very severe attack of appendicitis.
ball committee which is to have gen- He was taken to thee Hospital last
Not? eral supervision over football inter- Theursday evelning and has improved
oftwork at eats was named as follows: IL. D, slowly un~til now his condition has
state St. Verdier, chairman, Chas. iRiegelman, ceased to be critical and we may hope
Otior), A. B. Groesbeck, W. L. Day, C. L. to soon have blue with us again.
'55 Law. Niles. Another committee to look
into the status of the men who are DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION,
to compete in the fresh-soph indoor KALAMAZOO, Mcin-The Ann Ar.
iE R. meet, hoc Railroad will sell excursion
JOS. W. KOLLAUJF,
2e4 East5 Wahingon St., lner 5th Ae,
W. J. BSaw, , Car.
JOHs.CG. Wn.NTest-.Cashiers SAVINGS
Transacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ognzd16
Cptael $10 OSlasad Pofits, 1s9ot00
'ranoscs x;eag auea.o: bsise. Foein
echange bogetadold. -Furnshitletes ot
E, . KNNE, Prese. HAttRISON SUtLE,
S. W. (CLAtKSON, C cr
Cos. ainsand I(,))1 , .
Capieta, 50,000. 5Suptus, $0,000. Trascsa
RSEn Pes. C E.s sEEVicPes
TheflanJ Afrbor Savnps Bank
C.aptal Stck. $50,000. Sspus, $150,000.
* Resources. 1100,Wss.
eOegueeted ndes the GesneatBasig Lwe
at thie Stat. Rleetves deeosis,. (uys atd sels
ec ang n the ericipa itis of the United
Statts. Drafscashed upset proaersidetficaton
Saety deposit boaes to ent.
O(rSEns: Cristsian McPes.; W D.Oari
non, Vie-Fes.; Chs.E. HisoxCshi; M
LAMB & SPENCER,
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see u.
318 S. STATE ST.
U. of M. Barber Shop
and Batha Rooms.
J. R. TROJ~AsOWSKI, Prp. 322 S. Stat St
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARB R SH P iDua & ELY's
BAR ER HOPIf you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Barry at 332 S. State St.
ENOH IETEDIE mbalmer Dirco
Calls ttendd Day or Night.
N. 161 E. Lierty Street. Residenee=528
Forth -Ae, Phooe 12.:
p RS OBBY TROUSERS
MIL WARD I
DRSS SUITS STATE STJD
The memorial committee of the
class of '99 will meet in Room 9,
Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
The members of the committee are:
C. T. Tryon, C. L Niles, R. R
Reiley, H. R. Daniels, Miss W. A.
Hubbell, Miss G. D. Peele, Miss K.
A. H. MCMILLANe, Chairman.
Chicago Commons Scholarship
Any who wish to be considered
candidates for the Commons Scholar-
ship offered by the S. C. A. to mem-
bers of the Unliversity are requested
to se3 Mr. "V. '-. Gilbert, the presi-
tickets to Kalamazoo at one fare for
the round trip, March 7 and 8; re-
turn limit March 9.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE UNION
REFORM PARTY-The Ann Arbor
Railroad will sell excursion tickets
to Cincinnati, 0., and return, Feb.
27, 28 anld March 1, at one fare for
the round trip for the above occasion;
return limit March 5.
WANTED-Every one to hey the latest and
west interesteinggoose ever invented. "Base
Boll at Bomne" It is played hy two persns
each representingaIBsen Sall nine and will snore
in none, hits end errors theneeme sos ay game
played en the field. Sent prepaid tosany addrease
en receipt of 15c.
BASE BALL AT HOME CO.,
50808,eS.Chambher of Commerce,
Don't Throw Your
GlIasses no matter how badly
they are broken. We
A way la will repair eye-glasses and
spectacles while you wait, or
ledyoui another pair while
yours are beilng fixed. Nothing
but the best materials, expert work-
manship and honest, prices. Eyes
examined free of charge.
tOP/R 4xT .f91