THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN9 DAILY.
- FOR -
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
In their respective sizes, in
Plates will be kept by us for our pa-
trons, unless we are request-
ed to return same.
Your Name on Copper Plate and
100 Cards, 81.50.
Every Senior will want them in
sending out their invitations.
HAVE YOU READ
Askovin, or, When Knighthood was
WE HAVE THEM.
SH&EEHAN & CO.
STATIONERS AND ENGRAVERS,
ANN ARBOR, DETROIT.
We make a specialt of laundrying thean. Sat.
isfactin guarantee. Drop us a card or ring us
up by phone.
Student's Laundry lassocitior,
Agts. for Grand Laundry, Detroit.
202 S. State St. New 'Phone, 441
A TRIAL ORDER.
That is all I ask for
my Laundry Agency.
P. C. MEYER,
Tel. No. 179. 607 E. William St.
BOYS! STOP !
FOR A GAME OF POOL OR BILLIARDS
Huron St. Bast of P. and M. Bank.
State Phone 144
S suum's Gown 6c 66tre
RIGS FOR THE GAME
3®L ]EI ' LTT Mt '
JOS, W, KOILAUF,
Foreign and Fine Domestic
214 East Washington St., near 5th Ave
W. J. BOOTL, PnE. fT
W. AR oD ],,Vce-pres
J. SHEEa C, 2dt Ve- re s
Transacts a general
FIRST NATIONAL BAN K of AnnAr1o3
Capital, $100,00. Surplus and Profits, 840,000
eansactsaagen eraltankingbrsiness. Foe ir
exchange hooght and rold. Purnish ttters af
E.D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
S. W. CLARKSON, Caohiee.
lntereo~leiato Bureaul o1 teademiC ostumie.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
ALBANY, N. Y.
Caps, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
W. C. KERN, Western Mugr.,
Haskell Museum, Univ. of Chicago
Attention!I Smokers I
10 Rambler Cigars for 5 cents 6 Segaret Cigars for 25 cents
4 Pittsburg Stogies for 5 cents 6 Bill Anthony Cigars for : 25 cents
11 Alfonzo Cigars for 25 cents 4 Brunswick igars for 25 cents
6 Lord Chesterfield Cigars for 25 cents 3 Nat Goodwin Cigars for 25 cents
The above goods have a National reputation and have but few equals in this market.
44 SO. MAIN ST., E AN&CO
ANN ARBOR. MICH. - E N
The following is the class sched-
'01 lit vs. '02 lit, Saturday, 8:30,
May 20, at Athletic Field.
Pharmacs vs. '01 d, Saturday 10:30,
May 20th, at Athletic Field.
Students desiring remunerative
employment in northern Ohio, tempo-
rarily, or by the year, will do well to
address The M. W. HAZEN Co., 603
New England Building, Cleveland,
PosITIvELY-All sittings for the
Law class photos must be made be-
fore June 1. R. RANDALL. 74
Ann Arbor High School es. Orchard
The Ann Arbor High School base-
ball team will cross bats with the
team from the Michigan Millitary
Acadamy this afternoon at the fair
grounds. The game will be called
at 3:30. White and Dwight will be
the battery for Ann Arbor.
The first of the semi-finals in the
class baseball championship will be
played this afternoon at 1 p. m. be-
tween the'01 dents and the pharmacs.
LAST NIGHT'S CELEBRATION.
Not since the time that company
A left for the field has Ain Arbor
seen such a demonstration as was
given last night in honor of her re-
turning soldiers. Citizens and stu-
dents turned out in full force with
flags, banners, and an abundance of
noise to express their welcome. The
'00 law class evidently thinking that
the celebration was entirely for their
benefit made themselves rather ob-
A procession composed of the mem-
bers of the G. A. R., Sous of Veter-
ans, Knights Templars, citizens and
several bands, led by Majors Nan-
crede and Soule, met the company at
the T. & A. A. depot and escorted
them to the armory, where appropri-
ate exercises were held. The studesnts
not wishing to take part, proceeded
to the campus, where they celebrated
the recent victories over Illinois by
maeans of a large bonfire.
FRIDAY, APRIL 26-Reception to
Graduate School at the residence of
Presidetnt Angell, 8 p. mn.
Law Library for sale. Write L.
E. Stewart, Albion, Mich.
Cor. Main and auron Streets.
Capital, 550,000. Surplus, 310,000. Transacts a
general bning business.
R, REnPF, Pre. CE. REnnEaVice-Pres.
FaRn. H BELSEcnasher.
The Piin Rfrhor Savings banh
Capital Stock. 050,000. surplus, $150,000.
Organized under the General Banking Law
of thtistate. Receivesadeposits, tbuys and sllr
exchange on the principealcitirs of the United
States. >rafts cashed upon proper identification
Safety deposit hoxes to rent.
OJrietneeChristiannMacePres.; W. D.tt1aret
man, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. Hiscocx, Cashier; M
LAMB & S'PENCER,
. . THE . .
We keep everything usually kept in a
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see no.
318 S. STATE ST.
FACE STEAMING AND MASSAGE
Treatment for Pimples, Black-
heads, Etc., a specialty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP and BATH ROOMS.
J. R. TaOJANOWsK, Prep. 322 S. state St.
WARREN THE BARBER,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
THE MODEL of State Street
is DUN & Ely's
BAR ER HOP Ifyou desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
flIETEIC I Embalmer and
ENOCH UIELLLL, Funeral Director
Cals attended Day or Night.
No. 161 E. Liberty Street. Residence 533 S
Fourth Ave, Phone129.
Spring and Summer Make an
Styles are in. Early Selection.
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. Nothming
but the best materials, expert work-
manship and honest prices. Eyes
examined free of charge.
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