THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Thte New Werner Edition
The Best Reference Library for the
Home, the Office, the Library.
Nearly six feet of printed matter.
(Each volume is 11 in. long; 9 in.
wide; about 2± inches thick, and
weighs aout 5 pounds.)
Can it all go into your head? Not
likely! B3etter have the work itself
to refer to when in doht.
The entire set of Thirty Superh,
Octavo Volumes delivered upon pay.
SH EEHAN & CO.
320 South State Street.
We, eak a specialty sof]eeedyisg tses-St.
ifctigareaneceeteed.Dop s a card orrig us
up by phe.
Student's Laundry tgssociatior,
202 S. State St. New 'Pse 44
A TRIAL ORDER.
Tlsnt is nit I ask for
smy Laundry Agency.
P. C. MEYER,
Tel N. 79. 007 E. William 5t.
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS.
Huron St. East of F. adM. Bank
GO TO I WILL GIVE
Stabler's Art Store 20 per cent Reduction
to all Students
Art Novelties and of the U. of Al. on goods purchased
OR Fine Frame Mouldings. at my store.
217 S. 4th Ave. Phone 173. Saibr' Store.
JOS. W, KOLLAUF,
Foreign an([ Fine Donmestic.
214 East Washsington St., near 5th Ave,
W. J. SOO0TH, TIRES.
W. ARNOmLD, st viceprss
J. V. SHEEHAN, 2d Vice-pey
JON. C. WALTZ, Asst., Cashier
LAM PS FORSTUDENTS,,
We call attention to our complete line of Center Draft Nickel Plated Lamps,
ranging in price from 75e to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
most improved patterns and makes. Including "The New Rtochester," "The
Yale," "1The Royal," "The Berlin Student Lamp, ""'The Perfection Student
Lamp." If you want the best Lamp for the Least Mossey come and see us
44 SO. MAIN ST., D A I ,.~
ANN ARBOR. MICH. DE N 0 W
Ticetels for Business Men. Take Warning.
The Athletic Association has issued Several students witnessed tileIli-
season tickets admitting tile bearer to isois-Micitigan ball gamns last Satur-
six baseball games. T1hey will I* day fromssthe Ann Arbor railroaud
sold at $2.50 each. 'These tickets right of way. Satsurday afternoon!
may also be purchased by students thesy paid a Justice of the Peace int
whos are tnot members of the Associa. Itile city $3.45 costs. They claimed
tion. '1he tickets will be placed inth iat they were uinaweare that they
the hands of the meembers of the were violating a cily ordinance.
Board today, and anl active canvas
swill be smade amon th~tie business msen April Inlander.
of tile city. Thsey may be purchased
at the ticket office at thse gamse with Thse April number of thte Ieslansder
Indiana tomorrowe afterneoon. was putt on sale yesterday. Thee
______________ smber contains some good prose.
iFOUN-A lady's senior's calp.'T'ie Tile leading article by Prof. R. M.
owner enasy have ties same by callin" Wenley use "Kipling the Rhapsodist,"
at 214 Soattl Ingalls street, psroving~ is both thoughtful and very
property, and peayiteg for tis ad.,eelightful reading, as are all of
Prof. WVenley's articles. Prof. Dem-
LusT-Near players' bench, Ath- mon contributtes a paper on George
letic Field, tare foeentaine petes and tell IV. Cable, whiche he prepared for ties
tickets to Toledo series. Fineder re- Chicags Recsred. 'lie "Chronicle of
turen tee DAIsY )11ce aned receive re- the Ananeias Club" is continued frome
waard. the last neuneber. 'This is an uenusee-
ally wvell written college story and
LOST-A Psi U pise, withe owner's less proved quite peopular. Miss
neameeeile back. Reward. Return tee Clara Turner heas ea readlable college
702 S. University Ave. rotmance entitled "1'he Callow Youthe."
Tile 1"Feud in tlee Class of '80" is a
Parties leavineg r1eee1S to resetseed tale of a typical class sgrap. Thecf
table board for visitors at the May verse in tis issue is lieeited to teesI
Festival will please leave thecir ad.-onembers, whild are ncot up to tlee best
dress at tlee Scleool of Music, standard. "Poesy" by T. M. 3.
__________________________seems a bit strange and aside from
The Anen Arbos H. H. wee: sell ecusioee the point. "Jtn Astronosmy," is a bit
ticeets foe the fllowineg meetings ee ane fare of° verse in a lighter vein whiicle is
fortherou tipawce: MsceFst-t ncrather commnonplace.
Aseeor, Mich. Techkesonseesle May' t0, It, 12 __________
and 13.Heteen lieitey 55.F
International Convention Y. St. C. A. at Nsarthe
America, Gratnd Rap~ids, Sees. Teaheteseen sale There will he a eneetiseg of the
Maey 55 and 25. Reaeurn limsit may 29.
AnnualeConvenction TraveeesPetective Ass- senior class in Roosee+C, Usiversity
ceisat fAmerica, Lauisille, Ky. Ticekets an Hall, at 4:15 theis afternoon.
cla Stay 15 and . lReturn lhailtSMey 21.
Aenalt MeeinegGemaBapteats, lRoanoke,
Va. Ticetes an sale May 1, 19, 20 teste21. Ite- Alcadatsfrhe'9beal
easn lsitJane 24.Alcaddtsfrhe99beal
Nationel Baptist Annivsersares, Sacnheeaetisco, teasm will report at the fair grounels
Cal. Ticketa an sole May 54, 15 end 16. Retetrn
imite July I1l." this afterneoon at 3:30.E
Meaeting Oed Order Geeean Baptists, Unian
Bsidge, Md.'Ticeeen etsalaeStay t6, 59, 20 andf
22. Return limit June 24.t
Fee tee Annuanl Meeting Generael Anseenebly Prof. John~son, of flee law depart.
Presbyterean chueech ine Uniaed States, Mine- etwscle oOi etra
apalet, Mtinn., at ens fatee tee the esoend eriet,eteasmetwacledoOloysery
$4, an May 15, t16 and 17, swth etarn leets2es by thse death of a relative.
Don't Throw Your -
Glasses no matter how badlyN
thee are broken. We
Away wili repair eye-glasses and
j . alspectacles while you wait, or
.y ~ /lend you another pair while
yours are being fixed. Nothing
but the best materials, expert work-
m sanship and honest prices. Eyes
examined free of charge.
Transacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL DANK Osn 8.
Capital, ti00,w. Suerpltes and Profts, , 40,000
ransncts a general banhing btesiness. Foeeign.
exchange boughe and said. Farnish letersnf
E. DS. KINNE, Pes. HARRISON SOULE.
S.W. CLAROKSON, Cashier.
Csr. Main nnd Huroan Strets.
Capital, 850,000. Suerplas, $30,000. Teanscs a
geneeae hanhing easiness.
R, Kcan', Pes. C. E. OnEEnE, Vice-Pes..
FanD. HIt SaER. Cashere.
The Ifln Mior SaViHUS Bank
Capital Stock. 850,0e0. Surplues, 5150,000.
Oreganized tiner the Gienereel Bankting Laws
at thea State. IReceives deposits,blesandetlse
exhneecnthe )icselcitileso eeleUnIited
States..Dratefs casteed poespeeperidentificatean
OFFCESt: ChristiaetMahPres. ;W.OD.tHarri
mac, Vice-Pres.; Chat. SE. tisasea, Cashier; NM
LAMB & SPENCER,
We keep everything usually kept in a.
first-clan4 Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
FACE STEAMING AND MASSAGE
heas,Site., a 5Secialty.
U, at M.Bare-S op aeid Bath SRaocs.
J. R. TRJNOWSaowIi, Proe. 322 5. State S'.
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBE SHOP is DUNK & ELY'S
BAR ER HOP If you desire
finst-clans work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH DIETERLE, Fuea mamrDrco
Catllsattended Day or Eight.
N~o. 5151SE. Liherty Street. Renidenre 533 S
Foarth Ave, Fhone 529
Spr'ing and 5Summner Make an
Styles ace In. Early .Selection.