THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHiGAN DAILY
The New Werner Edition
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44SO. MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR. MICH. D AC
A Good Thing for Seniors.
The University has received a let-
ter from the War Department inquir-
ing into the number of available
teachers in the senior class. There is
a demand for teachers in Porto Rico.
There is a salary of $1200 attached,
and one proviso, the candidate must
The Recised Schedule.
May 11, Columbian Giants at Ann
" 13, Hamilton Club at Ann Arbor.
" 16, Albion at Ann Arbor.
18, Illinois at Champaign.
20, Hamilton Club at Chicago.
" 27, Northwestern at Ann Arbor.
30, Wisconsin at Detroit.
June 1, Beloit at Ann Arbor.
" 3, Cornell at Ithaca.
" 5, Lafayette at Easton.
" 6, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
" 10, Notre Dame at Ann Arbor.
i 16, Cornell at Ann Arbor.
" 17, Cornell at Grand Rapids.
The Ann Arbor HR B. will sell excursion
tickets tor the following meetingsatt one fare
for the round trip:
University of Michigan Musical Festival, Ann
Arbor, 3ict. Tickets on sale May 10, 11, 12
and 13. Return limit May11.
International Convention Y li. C. A. of North
Atercit , dndtRapide, Mich.tckets onsale
May 20anod 25.Rturn litait Bay 29.
AnnualtConvention Travelers Protective Asso-
ciatioof America,tLouisville, Ky. icketson
clet avy to5adt16. tRtturstititAy 21.
Atnaa l ting OGerman Baptists, Roanoke,
Vt. Ticrr ketsoe .Say t1, t1, 20 and 2t. ae-
taco liait Jose 24.
Natiott aptistAnnivesaies, San Fraecio,
Cal. Tickttats olteStay 14, 15 and t6. Retuttn
litait Jaly at.
Meeting Old Order Germnan Baptists, Onion
Broidge, -f6. Tichets onasrob May at, as, 20 aad
22. tReturn timit Jane 24.
Ftothe AnnualtMoting Oeneral Ascsembly
Presbyterian church in United States, Minne-
apolis, Minn., at one fare for the round trip,plus
$0, ot May 15, 16 and17, with return limit une
After the Concert.
Mrs. Ross Granger will give a pro-
gram party every evening after the
concert. Dancing from 10-12.
Ex-Capt. Walter Bennett stopped
off on his way to New York city to
cheer the team to victory yesterday.
He will continue his trip tomorrow.
Since leaving college he has been
working on the extension of the Lake
street elevated railroad in Chicago.
All '02 baseball men meet at Fair
Grounds today at 3:30 for practice
and to elect captain.
R. E. LEE, Mugr.
The U. of 1. Homeopathic Hos-
pital Guild will meet Thursday at
3 p. m. at Mrs. Harrison Soule's,
708 S. University.
Emil Struckmtan, '97 e., who is
now traveling for the Fairbanks
Morse Co., of Chicago stopped over
yesterday to see the game.
R, P. Warren, leader of the U. of
M. band, was in Detroit yesterday,
where lie took part in the Mehan
Robert Potter, ex-'99. is here vis-
iting his brother Harry.
Missouri defeated Wisconsin in
debate recently. 1
Souvenir fans will be sold at the
May Festival for 25 cents a piece.
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Foreign and Fine Domestic
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JaN. .C. WOLTZ, Aceat.Cashi eSIIG
Transacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL BANK "rAnn
Capital, $100,00. Surplus and Profits, t40,000
exrhange boght and sold. Prish lettes of
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE.
S. W. CLARKsON, Cashier,
Cor. Main and Huron Streets.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus, $30,000. Transacts a
general banking business.
R, KEPF, Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pres
S FRED. H BELSER.Cashier.
The Ain Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock. 50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Organized. ndre the OGeneral BankingLats
of thtsSSate. Recies deposits, huyr and sells
eachange on the prinsipsoalittesrat the United
States. Oafte cashed uoppope identiiafion
Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OFronn: Christian Math Peer W. D.Harri
man, VitePcrs. Chas. lE.kiicoca, Cashir;S
J.Fritz Assistant Cashier.
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We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see ue.
318 S. STATE ST.
FACE STEAMING AND MASSAGE
Treataentfor Pimples, nlack-
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U. of M. BARBER SHOP and BATH ROOMS.
J. R. TRojANowsKi, Prop. 322 S. State St.
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
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THE MODEL of State Street
is DNN & ELY'S
BARBER SHOP If you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
IETE Faera Director
Calls attended Day or Night.
No. 161 E. Liberty Street. Residence 53 S
Fourth Ave, Phone129.
Spring and Summer Make an .
Styles are in. Early Selection.N
DETROI r, MICH.
Don't Throw Your
G lasses no matter how badly
they are broken. We
Away will repair eye-glasses and
spectacles while you wait, or
lend you another pair while'
yours are being fixed. Nothing
but the best materials, expert work-
manship and honest prices. Eyes
examined free of charge.
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