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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

ENGAVNGAUZLSHIR[ SALE !
WE ENGRAVE
VISITING CARDS ..
- FOR -f_
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN - "
In their respective sires, ino ANNUAL SHIRT SALE!

wAnua Shirt Sale!
r n All $2.:0 A nden-oi'6Scotchl
S Clheviots it .... . .. $2.00
u"1.75 Silk Boom tiBody Gni
Cuffs ti match............1 37
1.75 Michas, 2 pr. Cuffs 1.37
1.50 Chieviots, t pr. Cuffs 1.00)
t 75c 1Maclis-o Cuffs .50
75cTh Percales, 2 Cellars
n and I1 pr.Gaffs............50
m D. A. TINKER & SON

JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
Foreign and Fine Domestic
W~oolenos.
214 East Wshington St., near 5th Ave,
ANT AR4BOR.
W. J. BOTHe, PRES.
W. ARNOLD, iit Vice-pres hl
J0. V. SHEEANas~, ac Vice-pre S R I
JO .WLTALTZ, Mss. Cashieer fVI6
INK
Transacts a general
Banking Business.

COI EECW'
Plates will be kept by us fur our pa.
trons, unless we are request-
ed to return samne.
Youtr Namse on Ctsiper Plate and
100 Cardls, 81.50.
Every Senior will swant them lot
sending out their oinvitations.
HAVE YOU READ
DavidiHarumi,
Mr. IDooley,
Aylwein, or, Whlen Kinighthiood was
on Flowrer.
WE HAVE THEM.
SHEEHAN & CO.
BOOKSELLERS,
STATIONERS AND ENGRAVERS,
ANN ARBOR, DETROIT.
Shirt Waists !
We make a specialtyj of ltandryiag themu. Sat.
ups hy phoes.
Student's Laundry flssociotioo,
Agts, for Grand Laundr, Detroit.

GET YOU1R _.......
RIGS FOR- THE GAME
-AT
Intereolleuiate Bureau 01 Aale~mie Costume.
GOTREL.L & LEONARD,
ALBANaY, N.
Caps, Gowns, and Roods made to order and rented. Also (os
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
lic ~W. C. KEI'RN. Westesrn jgr.,
H aklOl Mse m nsa iv. ar ClIueag

Attention!1

Smokers!

10 Rambler Cigars for 5 cents 6 Segaret Cigars for : 25 cents
4 Pittsburg Stogies for 5 cents 6 Gill Anthony Cigars for 25 cents
1t Alfonzo Cigars for 25 cents 4 Bronswick Cigars for 25 cents
6 Lord Chesterfield Cigars for 25 cents 3 Nat Goodwia Cigars for 25 cents
Theaboe godsthae aNatitona eation adhh bt eeqasuinetisomet.
Old Number:
44 S0. MAIN ST., D A N C
ANN ARBOR. MICH. D A O

CALENDAR.
FRIDAY, APRtL 20-Reception to
Graduate Schtool at thae resideotce sf
Presideott Autgell, 8 p. oat.
Tihe Paris Greents again defeated
thte Potato Bugs by a score of 14
to 13.

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202 S. State El. yYNy New'Phone, 441 The Aito Arbor Higit School de-
____________________________feated M. M. A. at tie athletic field
A TRAL ODER.Saturday 14 to 10. Tbe Higlh Schtools
A T~ AL O DER.were up in tbe air for the first four
Tha isal I sk or or fivse inonings, but steadied dowot antd
Thatis ll Iaskfor by hood httting in the 6th taok the
nay Lausadry Agency. lead and held it to the eond of tht
P. C. MEYER, gamne. The batteries were Whyte
and Dwright fcir Aotn Arbor and Fitz-
Tel. Nos. 179. 607 N. William St. gerald sad Hortott.
BOYS . ST P In The Ass Arhberat. E. wilt setl ecutesis,
BOYS I ST P Iticketo for the followtingomeetings at site lee
AT THEifo the eound trip:
ATTHEAaaualConeanetionavesrs Peotectve Acso
el~atiofAmaeetca, Losisvtie, Ey. Tickets ot
KINDERGARTM ae May15andi16. Retrli-ttotMay 21.
KIND IOIII~hN AinasalNeetang GeemasnBaptits,Roanoke,
Vs. Tickets as sate Nay it, t9, 20 ad210.IRe-
turentisit Jues24.
FOR A GAME OF POOL. OR BILLIARDS Nslatil apltilst eevesaeies,SanaFacico,
Cat. Tickets osaeeMay 14, 15 acd 16Retuea
Huron St. East of F. ad M. Bak. imtilty to.
_____________________________ Neiing eta 0rder ermeasniBaptiste, Uatoa
uetdffe, Nd. Tickelasnsle Nsy to, as, to ad
AN DALLit2Eeturealimitl June24.
E ltFee the Aansal Neetiag GnrlAsml
Pseehytreiactiuech ia Catted States, IMinne-
apotia, Nintn., at onefare ice the eeead teip, pus
State Phone 144. 54, esnMay 1,006ad07, with retuen limit Junae

Willard C. Gore, a graduiate of
the University ef Miclhigan ioo the
class of 1894, has just besot appointed
to aoo inportant positieoa in Armour
Institute, aoid associate professor of
Rnglisha is the technical ceilege. Mr.
Gore pursued graduateetwork at the
University durig ths year 1894-5,
receiving in 1890 thos degree of Ph.
M. He was also assistant in Roiglisb
in thtsUniiversity. For the thoree
pact years lie has been prinicipal of
princeipal ef the higo sciieol at River.
side, 1ll.
IDr. F. IR. Lilie, instructcsr is tht
z(cilegical cdeparltment in the Univer-
sity cof Michtigani,trill spend thtsusco-o
toter tat the Marione Bielegical Lahora-
tory at Wood's Hole, Mass., itavioth
chaarge of tht departm ent of eooobry-
ology. Besides directing work _dose
ia the laboraory bie rill give several
lectures 110 his speciaol subject. For
several years pcast Dr. Lillie los
worked in this laoiurtory.
POSITIV5ELYT-All sittiags for the
Late class pheotoost he ooade be-
fore Juone 1. Hi. RANDALL. 74
Latw Library for sale. Write L.
E. Stetwart, Alioot, Mich.

FIRST NATIONAL BAN K oa d
Captl,$10,100.OSerplussad Pestles, 80,0(
,reaseaclsa ealanakiag business. Foeiegi
exhangebogkt ato dld. Fusilktlers ef
ceedit.
E. 0. KINNE, Prse. HARRIOSOUetLE,
VicePeS
5. W. CLARKSOIN, Caskier
Core. Manad Guroastreets.
Capital, 0,0100. Sueplus, $3a,00. Teasacle
gea lbanking business.
R, Knxre, Pees. C.. GaEEas, Vice-Pres
Foss. HItSER , Cashie.
Thle flin flrhor Savings Bank
Capital Stock. mews00. Sueplas, $150,1100.
Rtesueces,.$1100,0000.
OGega 1izd sader the Gsnerat Sonking Law.
so this State. Oeceivsedposits, buyesad seet
exchangeothepiacipatcitisaoflhe Uited
States. Draftslashed upoa peep eidentification
Safety depoasihaboxs eat.
Orroe as: CheistiaaMack.Pes.;W. O.OHaee:
maa, Vice-Pees.; Chas. N. niacoca, Cashiee; A
J. Fritz AsitantCshier.
LAMB & SPENCER,
..THE ..
Fancy Grocers
We keep everything usually kept ins
first-class Grocery and Bakery. Call
and see no.
318 S. STATE ST.
FACE STEAMING AND MASSAGE
Treatmeat foe Pimptes, Black-
heads, Etc., a specialty.
U. of M. BARBER SHOP sod BATH BOOMS.
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Prop. 122 5. Sae si.
PATRONIZE
WARREN THE BARBED,
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS
BE IN LINE
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBE S oOP Duo & ELY'S
BA BE S OP If yen o desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
eENOCH ILILIIEt Funeral Director
Calls attended nay se Night.
No. 060 E. Libeety Streeet. Resideace on3 S
Foueth Ave, Phoae 129ts 1
TAILOR
IsrlgsassweSTATE ST~
Sprig ad Sumer Make as
Stylvs sare in,. Early Selection.

WONDERFUL VALUES 2cet
""®" I N D RV AR A (Garmnot.
.. .... ..... N]EGLIIEL $HIRT$ S1In
Reliab~le Makes, Fast Colors, "O "3U
WAGNER & co~.
123 5. MAIN ST.

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