THE UIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
40th AniYlesaI y
Saturday, This Week.
The "Michigan Pin"-the
Block M, enameled in Yel-
low and Blue on sold silver;
worth 75c or a po' ed Crys-
anthemum in bloom
With every pair of Ladies'
of the season.
Pin and Plant,
With every Jacket sold
SAT U FDAY.
NEW SHAPES, CENTS
LATEST PATERNS. worth
Will regret it you $1.25,
mi~s it.d $2.
HOW TO WARD THEM OFF-CET OUR UNDERWEAR.
We are offering Two SPECIALS-
Heavy ribbed and fleeced
Heavy Jersey fitting
Combination Suits $0WAGNER & COFIPANY,
123 SOUTH MAIN TREET
Lamps Expressly '0 Students' Use
"The Rochester," "The Yale," "The Royal," "The Perfection,"
"The Berlin Student," all nickle plated, varying in price from
$1.00 to $2.50 each.
O IL Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pure
IL white light, is odorless and does not char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at 10c per gallon. For
sale only by
DEAN & OOMPANY.
214 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. eer, being preserved as well as pos-
The Sumner Society will ?old its reg- The most noted group of the class
ular weekly meeting tomorrow after- trees is that named after President
noon. The program consists of im- Tappan, which was planted during his
promptu debates. time. It consists of a tall oak sur-
The electric lights in University Hall rounded by a group of maples, there
were turned on for the first time yes originally being one for every memsor
terday afternoon during the lecture by of the class ttat planted then. The
Frederick Warde, custom of holding the senior class day
ir. Louis Elbel in conjunetion with exercises under "Tappan Oak" has
Mr. Steindel, cellist, and Mr. Bare, vio- long been in vogue and probably will
]oist, both of the Thomas Orchestra, continue so long as the tree stands.
will give a musical this afternoon at Another class group, of what class
the private residence of Mr. A. B. Til- it is unknown, is that of a small
linghast in Toledo. clump of evergreens in front of the
museum building. The class to which
Trees as Class Memorials. ex-President C. K. Adns, of Cornell,
belonged, also contributed to these col-
In years gone by various classes letions by a group of maples just
have endeavored to perpetuate their south of what was then the hospita.
memory by planting trees on and and is now the dental building.
about the campus. Most of these groups have become
This practice was inaugurated by the thined outso that they have nearly
class of '45 which in the spring of that lost their identity.
year anticipated the modern Aritbrr -eideberg is for G any what
Day by planting to the west of the Harvard is for America, the oldest
primal dormitory, now known as the college in that land. The former was
north wing, a group of maple and elin founded in 1385; the lattr in 1636.
trees. The arrangement was intended
to outline the roman numerals, XLV, The University School of Dancing
and was afterward described as being will give a Thanksgiving party the
admirably unintelligible. Some years evening of Nov. 25th, from 8:30 to
ago when a general cleaning out pro- 11:30 p. in. All students cordially in-
cess was made nothing of the kind vited. Class tickets not accepted.
was noticed and the unique arrange- FOR RENT-A very desirable sils
sment was destroyed. of front rooms with stationary bowl,
A later class planted a circle of hot and cold water. Hot water heat-
horse-chestnut and evergreen trees in ing and all modern conveniences. In
front of the other doniitory which now quire 43 S. Division.
constitutes the south wing. There was
one tree for each member of the class All literary students desiring to en-
and when with time the trees flourish- ter the preliminaries for the Michigan-
ed, the limbs were intertwined until it Chicago debate are urged to report in
became so dense' that some of then Room M, University Hall, Saturday, at
were cut down, the general idea, haw- 8 p. m sharp.
Rich's Peanut Crisp::
W J. BoOTH. Pres. W. ARNOLD1st Vice-pres
J. v. SasEAnas. d Vice-pre.
JOHsN C. WALZ Ast Cashier.
State Savings - Baik.
Transacts a general Banking busi-
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINeS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Organised under the Geeral1Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
selis exchange on the principai cities of the
'Isnited States. Daft cashed upns proper
Identification. Safety de sit boses to rent.
OFFICERs: Christian ack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKofaAnn rbor
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits dW,000i
Transacts a general banking business.
Forigsexchange bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier
Cor. Main and Huron Streets.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus, $30,000. Transact a
general banking business.
H. KEMPr, Pis. C. E. CaN, Vice-Pres
FRnD. H. Basn Cashier.
C. . MAJOR & CO,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wail Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
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Specialty of fine interior decorating,
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hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. H. MAJOR & CO.$
The Artistic Decorator,
F. J. SCHLBEDE.
340 5. STATE STREET
Book Binding............2.... cents and up
Solid old Fountain Pens.. $1.00 and sp.
Waterman and Wirt Pens is stock and
Wholesale and Retail Paper. 3;lbs. of Lin-
en Paper for 50c.
Chafing Dish Recipe BookI
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Ret Cillespie, teacer of Mandolin, Banjo
and uitar. Instructor in ie University
Schol of Music. 10 years experience as
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