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4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

SECOND SEMESTER

LAW
Cooley's Taxation
High, Extraordinary Legal
Remedies
Hollands, Jurisprudence
Greenleaf, Evidence Vol. 1
Mechem, Cases on Agency
Elliott, Municipal Corporations
Elliott, Cases on Private Cor-
porations
SHEEHAN & CO.
University Booksellers.-
STU DENTi S !
PATRONIZE STUDENTS
If You Do Not, Why Not?
We can give you the highest class of work at
the regular prices. Either finish.
New 'Phone, 441, 202 S. State St.
Student's Laundry (lssociatio0,
Wm. Vought, '99 Lit, Wm. R. Fox,'OO Law.
A TRIAL ORDER.
That is all I ask for
may Lannary Ageancy.
P. C. MEYER,
Tel. No. 179. 607 E. Wiliam St.
THE RENOWNED MANDOLIN VIRTUOSO

ALPINE HAT SALE,
All Shades for 1899 Now In.
Call and see them! 13 Hats for 52.

D. A. TINK-ER & SON
Intercollealate Bureau ol fiGadeNi Costume.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
ALBANY, N. Y.
Caps, Gowens, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
W. C. KERN, Western Mngr.,
Haskell Mnseam, Univ. of Cicago
WE KEEP UP TO DATE.
Every rig in our barn is being repainted and varnished
for sprint trade.
MOLMES' LIVERY,
TELEPHONE 106. 515 E. LIBERTY.
Canopy furnished for parties.
LA MPSESTUDENTS,
We call attention to our complete line of (enter Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Rlochester,"" The
Yale," "The Royal," "The Berlin Student Lamp," "The Perfection Student'
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Money come and see us
Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR. MICH. DE N

American School at Rome.
The A merican School for Classical
Studies in Rome, is just closing its
fourth year. It has been conducted
at an expense of $7,500 a year, the
money being raised by subscription.
Three fellowships are held open to
American students. This year one
is held by W. W. Bishop, a gradu-
ate of the University. The execu-
tive committee voted at their meeting
held last week, for an improvement
in the school that will increase the
annual expenses from $7,500 to $11,-
000, the additional funds being sub-
scribed in the east.
Prof. Minton Warren, of John's
Hopkins university, is to be sent to
Rome as resident director of the
school. He was authorized to ap-
point a professor of art and archaeo-
logy to assist him. Prof Warren is
one of the foremost Latin scholars
of the country.

OTIS SKINNER AT THE ATHENS.
The most significant announcement
that has been made during the current
dramatic season is the appearance of
Otis Skinner and his company at the
Athens Theatre tonight, in Carson and
Parker's comedy, "Rosemary." This
is unquestionably the most important
play Mr. Skinner has ever presented to
his admirers in Ann Arbor as it has
achieved an unusual triumph at the
Criterion Theatre, London, and at the
Empire Theatre, New York. The orig-
inal Empire Theatre production is be-
ing used by Mr. Skinner for his tour,
and, in the leading part, that of Sir
Jasper Thorndyke, he has a character
even more attractive than his fascinat-
ing creation of Prince Eudolf, which
charmed our theatre goers last season.
The cast enlists the services of a large
number of metropolitan favorites. Mr.
Skinner's great popularity here in-
sures an enthusiastic reception and a
crowded house.
WANTED-Specialty Salesman who
can introduce and sell our "Auto-
msatic Copying Book and Fluid"
to students and business offices in

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
THE-
TAILOR,
214 Est Washington St., near nth Ave.
ANN ARBOR.
W. J. BOTH,vPRES. T
WARNOiD, ic tVice-pres
J V. C EAocsos,2d Vs1 icco VN
JsasE .C , AoVi ohier
BRNK
Transacts a general
Banking Business.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK"oraAn A
C'apitali.$100or00. Srpius sd Pois, 40000
ransacts ageneral banking business. Foreign
exchange hought and sold. Furnish letters of
credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
iice-Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
QITMS rhnir51Ln4
Cor. Main and ii" e e
Capital,sir550i00. S npl's,g $0000. Transacts a
geerahbaighbusies.
R, KEiap, Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pres.
FRED. H BELsER.Cashier.
Thle flea l~rior Savings5 Bank
CapitalS tock. 550,000. srpls, $150,000.
Resources. 51,100,00.
organized under the General Banking Laws
of this Siate. Receies depotis hys and seis
echasce on te principal cles si the niled
States. Drafts cashed upon proper identification
Safety depositboes to rent.
siFICEs- Christian MackPres.;W.D.oHarri
man, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. lH'iscis, Cashier; M
J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
THE..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see us.
318 S. STATE ST.
YOU'RE NEXT
U. of M. Barber Shop
and Bath Rooms.
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Prop. 322 5. State St
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBER HOP 1isDuaN & EYvs
BARBER SHOP If you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
fITD Em.balm.er and
ENOCH UIETEflLE, Funr'a'r"clar
Calls attended Day or Night.
No. 161R . Liberty Street. Residence 533 5
Fourth Ave, Phone129.,
SPRING
OF '99
MIL WARD
TAILOR
STATE ST
Spring and Summer Make an
Styles are in. Early Selection.

MR. W. EUGENE PAGE, Ypsilanti Opera House, Saturday Ann Arbor. Address B, Room 1123
evening, March 11-Edwin Mayo in Majestic Building, Detroit, Mich.
Will give lessons on the mandolin and Pudd'nhead Wilson, by Mark Twain.
guitar at the University Sclaool of An opportunity for those who were
Music every Friday. For Terms and unable to see the performance when All candidates for the 1900 relay
hours apply to the Secretary. here. team are expected to report at the
gymnasium on Mondays, Wednes-
AN DA L LFOR RENT-A single room with days and Friday afternoons for
all modern conveniences at 439 S. practice.
State Phone 144. Division St. F. H. LOUD, Manager.
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They are Coming With a Rush
with collars to match and
SOFT SHIRT without collars.

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All the Swell Effects C CE
All the New Shapes ( B U

Puffs,
Ascots;
Four-in-Hands.

WAGNER & CO., 123 S. MAIN ST.

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