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THEIUN IJMVRSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
W. W. Wetm ore,
1086S. Main. St. and 342 S. Sta~te St
44jUNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS,
I NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
liAS FULL LINES OF NOTE. BOOKS, and
,STUDENTS' SUPPLIES.
Fountain Pens and Fine and Staple Stationery
and offers all at the Lowest Prices.

For Forty Years
GO LDEN SCEPTRE
Has been smoked by college men and is to-day, a LEADER
as a pure, mild, sweet mixture for the pipe.
Lamps Expressly t, 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.
OIL Every student should use Dean's "Red Star." It gives a pnre
O L wielightis odorless and does net char the wick. Deliv-
ered in any part of the city in our cans at J0e per gallon. For
sale only hy
214 south X~ain Street.

This Week dar -.1Next
We will sell our entire stock of
SIRING TIES at Cost
ASCOTS-A regular $1.00 Tie for
75Cents.
Watch for our GLOVE SALE.
M4ACK &COO

High School Athletes. saniltiiilihdtamount ef -week ohaA
l1oe e'ls' spassed.
S. 0. Hlartweil, of Kalamazoo, chvie- No persni shall plaiy en any s iseel
ntan1; A. J. Volland, of Greed It idde; t ticn or ceuiest iiny.>athle if, cv l
WV. II. Souzth, of Pontiac, and .). AV ror melre than flive yearis.
Spsringer, of Anin Arbor, coniprisig :a6 No boxing evenits snil h alloe
col-luitte apain'td fr te prl ~sciniany of the ointet-1i-gh chool -0,a-
hy the high school settion ofijtIi j.7.tAlisdnslcipal1's or supe rintendent's
State 'feaclimrs' Association, m1et Ilcrtllieste ast to Thie etaniig of the
this city ttdays anti mtade n, thoron-,glt rrercoitetives of a schloo) l otdr this
revision of the atiiletictagreiet fot',r egoteut Shall lse reeintiri'it hfoe'
Mi(eltigats high schoosl. T't'crnlest's 0(t cry (csntesf.
le ies(ctstaind as fellows: aIsifwaals11o voted ho reconemieni lthati
1. No ltrsootishahl ~eclt' itllilied to krlieelaieof thle leacisers 4cc
reist sentt any s 'hiootunuder tils 'agree'- n:%1tansy cac11ti eone on its trl)ix, th
tetit inallaiy atliletic eonltcs:t wl.il th iilosscsof the sisie to be boirte 1y
membe11?Crs of antiser schaci )lor oshier 'the asoocialion. ). IV!' .tnge?:yCrof
selhosis uniless he suchtl have b'eets,.ln- Alnm Atloor, w<as cee:ted to represeae
rolled as a Inembher ef the school from ii erimt~lf ' 111111(tith rPeferrncet0 t1lie
the 1st of Octobher or the 1st of AI:irri t ise-ithn erieohl ii da (ty. 'T'lorts
inimedioately pr eceding the date atfsaida revised Itroseuit a niuniber of itio-
esnicot. l(itlt cntelanges," anisiwill be ,refe:rs 'l
2. No poirson shall tittrtrt is cooiti- Ii i t tol'feacliers' Associatton at
tessduriniga secondis Ctierneless i1) lproai1lig DeebeI1l'r !meeting.,
ito shell have been enrolled ftom Or- Among the Clleges.
tsber 1 or AMarcel 1of tie 1prexioun
sealteoter. ('T'his iii prevett thtei' ('Mlbuni a is ialleege(d 1-leewti to a
leiteptation of students to .tt-.tidseoi l irtack inset to he held in i:rov idence
(tidy during those semeste-rs 'n whiich it si~rinig.
shotrts oscetr, at which tii'y toar k A tinu ' ws given at the VileUtii
felent. It is tinderslol that ,a0th i irs- ti d (ii ing7 h ai Moniay eveni.I in
coo 1excuse, senh-is sickness, shaol ltiotior of ('uptetinitege 'r .
not har a sttidenti). '. M. 1Iidiier s, IHarvard "Al, Ian
3. No persoa shall he 9allowed to written ai hoowk siltnilarto I-tat yra
represent his sehoel in any contest or Stories. enitlet ."Harv-ard Nlpisedes.'
event unless he shall he doing passing
wAork in at le'tst fourteen tiouirs veekly, LADY STU;DE+:N'US.
of recitation wvork; said weak to to' All classes in dancing at tirengor's
dtteriind from tieacehers' ren ort acr- Academy are under the personal its-
cording to the regular nethod of the strinetion. ef Mr. and Mrs. Rtoss Grang-:
school. er.
4. A student doing satisfactory work
iii the required numher of hours disc.hatl~iilnd ius.marketat le hdiiatr
ing any athletic season, and thou fail,-hsPsuln af.Piat4inr
ing to pass lat least ten Iioon,, of thegotnuonsotoic. t
work of that semester, shell he dtie" Iojeska at the Athens Tisealter
ciired Ineligible to play oeother sa next Phun'4dy cv 'in,,.
Iioh'm Pean.ut OCrisp
10c and 20e a Box at

I

W. J. BOOH. Pros.. W. ANsOuL,st Vice-pres
J. V. Sananasd Vicepes
JOHN C. WA"Z Ast. Cashier
State -Savinp~. -Banlk
Transacts ageneral Banking busi-
ness.:
f f~t rrnr&- hhauto 1!rntk
Oor. Male and Hures Street,
Capital,.$50,0. Surpus, $0,000. Trasact a
i general basking bsiness.
R. Knass'e Prs C . N aaVice-Pres
S'Iciox. . BLERa Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Srpus, $10000.
Resources. $1,100,0
Oranized unde thoGeneral Bankng Law
of this State. Receis deosits hys and
sells oxchang on the prneipal cities of the
tnited States. Drafts cashed pes proper
idetiScation. Safty doposit oes to ret,
Ogicono; Christias Mack Pres. W. .
Harriman, 'fle-Pres.; Chas E. isock,
Cashier: 0. J.0.Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BA NK gnie1
Capital, tloelsi. Srpls and Prefits, 640,000
Transacts a general asing businss.
Foreign exchange ought and sod. urnish
letters of credit.
F. 1). INS, Prs. HARRISON SOULE.,
iesPrs
. iW. CLARKSON. Cashier
C. IR. MAJOR & CO.,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty of dine interior decorating,
painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the hst of workmen
employed. "Work guaranteed.
Ci. ff. MAJOR & co.,
The Artistic Decorator.
KLEIN
TAILOR
-PO-
(DEN AND WOMEN
Latest Novelties in Fal
and Winter Garments.
COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
GeOe leek wet sof University.
Music Studio
PIANO, PIPE ORGAN
AND COMPOSITION.
jCONCERT PIANO TUNING
R. H. KEIYPF,
From Stuttgart Conservatory,
Germany.
S12 SOUTH D)IVISIO)N STREET
Q MUSICAL!s @
Mel Gilliespie, taciero f Matndolin, Banjo
and Gutar. Instrutr is tho University
School of Music. 18 years experience as
a teacher. Call at Ann Aror Music Co's.
Store to arrange for hours. ..
HOLXES' LIVERY
STABLE.
509 E. Liberty St.
Central location. Good Service
TRY THE.
Toledo
* Steam
Laundry
And SAVE o PER ENT on what you ar
now aying or laundry work. Leave orders
at 1-3 Sounth manst Sree.

I Mummerv's Drugx

NO. 1IllE. Washington St
Ger. Fourth ave.

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