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March 29, 1898 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1898-03-29

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W. J. BoomePres. W. AROasD,ist Vice-pros
J. V. SnEnnAN, 2cd Vice-Pres.
Joun C. WALZ. Asst. Cashier.

.nE UIMV ERSJTY OF MIC EIGAN DAILY.

GRANGER'S ACADEMY.

SCHOOL OF DANCING.

The Store

Private

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MR. OR MRS. ROSS GRANGER.
JOS* W.eOL~
11N E. WASHINGTON ST.
UP .STAlRS.

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HO DRINKERS OF C(
S pring! , Deaii & Co.'s leinded Coffee ist
i in asting coffee, and prod ueps

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can be had at aniy price.

L...SSOflS st~ate ais-hnK
Transacts a general Banking busi
BELL, TELEPHONE 246. ness.
Car. Massnsad huoseStreets.
* Capital, $5e,0ei. Surplus, 555,005. Trassact a
I I.. I pi. geeral 'banking buisiness.
AnnA Arbor, Mob. THJE ANN ARBOR SAYINGS DANK
Capital Steck , $50,000. Surplus, $150,000li.
Resoures, $1,100l,000.
Orgasloed sederthe OeersiliBankiegLaws
of this State.- eceives deposits, buys sod
t 9^ 1soils exchange on the principal cities of the
E j .. JJ. ddUnited States. Drafts cashed uou proper
)FFEEidentification. Safety deposit hoses to rent.
Oirc ;Christian Mack Pres; W. D.
the result of thiirty years experience Haria Vice-Preos.;-lies E. Hhcofh,
sin tse cuip a beverage of golden ahe;Re.FizAssatCsir
We sell this coffee at 25c per pound FIS NTOALBNof Ann Arbor
FIRST NATIONALr BA re Kdorganisedcoife
no ettr r mredelciosocofeeCapital, $100,i00. Surplus and Preofts, x14,00©1
Transacts -a general banking business.
Foreign exchange bought andsolid. Furnish
t letters of credit.
CO M & CO MPANY. ED. KINNE, Pros. ISABIISON SOUSLE,
S. W. CLARIKSON. Cashier
A Letter from Gun. Alger. C. ff. MAJOR & C'O.,
lion. J. T. -Jacobs, otf this city. re- The Artistic deorntors
ceived an autograph letter lissmsore- Have a complete line of
lng freem General It. A. Alger, tieeretary Wall Paper,' Paints, Oils, Window
of war. (leneral Alger write: Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
"I have yotur very hind letter sof the Specialty of fine interior decorating
24th instant, and, ssanceyou theat 'va painting, frescoing, tintingoand paper
yout toy is mucshsiapprecialed. I hardi r.h anging.d Only the best of workmen
emlyd Work guaranteed.
he1 1,kotwhat to say in reras rI t or MAJ OR V
request for adsisc as to wiatit ci c C. " "
toIake tier procure pcrms.ionI se- The Artistic Decortor.
eruit a regimnst, asotie lWst delai-si
ineet is at psresent formulatinno sitastn. ~
foe any lager increase of theatrmy intsK L
tier absence of at e eegessc ccvlii~h se
lopse witi not asle." ILDIS AND GENTLEMEN'S

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214 South Main Street.

Athleotic Notes.
Ass inlescoilegiat attgn elus i i tob.
formed with Yale, 11arard, Columobia
Cornell, 131. if P. ;end l'rtn -rtoss for
members.

-W e have just received a Princetonso aseball teanm this scar is

large shipment of

WRIGHT; PETERS & CO,
FOOWAR

FOR SPRING.

New. shapes in Vesting Tops,
$3.0o, $4.00,9$6.00.
-Ne0w 3 Strap Sandels
$1.00, $1.60, $2.00.
UO ir entire stock of1
winter shoes at ,a
.R.DUOTiON!

likecly ts be a goiod fielding onsc, with
inly a fair genseral average of Catting
sbility. Of last year's silne, K~afer, iBel-
ly, Btutler,, Hilliebrand, iBarrettand
Ai~ston are still isn-iollege.
liiisesala has chellesnged Nebraskoa
to a field. meet.
Alt Cornell, list only candidates hoc
Icaptains of the fisotball team ore thse
whot hareiplaiyed in the threecmnset
importasnt games of the seasons.
Fiiotball cassdidates wvere oni far prac-
tice -yesterday in increased numbsers.
The usual wosrk ovas gone thronghs with.
Claos baseball teams havecocan-
menced active wrork. The Fresh laws
practiced in Prettysn's commns
yesterday.
Track Team Train.
The relay team canditdates fsr tse
tile to Philadelphia are showing up in
gr eat numbers. Active traissisig starts
toaey at thecfield, -where a stove will
be put isp under she grand stand ansd
such consforts as possible 'wiii be at-
firded the candidates.,. Thomspsosn,
Hatch, . Teetcel, Thonsas, MlcLean,
Forbes, Cotton and Mead arc amosng
the candidates: at present. By next
Saturday the sqad wili be reduced to
a working force of ten, and Monday it
is thought that a reguiar training tabie
will be eslsbiisbed.. It is 'likely that
seven men will be taken .on.,
H. H. Wheeler, .of KIankake e, Ill.,
formerly with the '40 L class, is in the
Northwestern Itnivefkity law school.

"University Bancd.
fheruivlersity band praiseslto 13e-
coisse a ptermanent feature aonig the
'University- organizations. They arc
anxious ts get uniftirms. and are fully
prepared .to fil any ansd all engagemsents
writh gooid music. Whets the weather
becomes wainser a, series of Steen air
concers will be given otn the canspus.
The inistrumsentstionssof the basnd is
as followcs:
W. B. Martin, crnet; ii. G. Sehock,
i-rnect; B. De Punt, cornet_; lodes,,
Sprnsg, Gillett, Coittoni, ormass, Wat-
sots, clarionets; E. P. Dr Pont, piccoloi;
C. H. Thompson, saxophone; B~aekes,
H saxopthone; H. Otto, tuba; hi. H.
Piter, baritotne; L..Otlii, Bird, Mani-
fart, tromnbosses; G. W. Levin, slto; D.
Zimniermsass, alto;, Sweet, aito; ii. De
Pont, boss drans; W. Mteyers, snare;
Ray Warren, conductor.
Saturday,s Chicago Times-Herald
contains a lengthy write-up sef Michi-
gan's baseball and track athletes. Cuts
of Captains Butler .and Ctoarh Clairke
accompany the article.
To stick Rubber use MAJOR'S R'UB-
BER CEMENT.-;'BecBeare ? l s Dontt
take a substitute.

TAILOR'
Latent Ifovelies in Winter
and hSpring' Garmsents.
COR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
One block wost of University.
Central Lines
T. v . C. Bty. K. &'W5. Ry.
The Only Sloeping Car Line between.
Toledo and Columbus.
The Oiily Sleeping or Drawing Room
Car Line between Toledo, Colum-
bus, and Marletta.
The Only Drawing Room Car Line
between Toledo, Colunibus and
Charleston, W. Va.
Pullman Sleepers between Colum-
bus and Chicago.
The Only Line with 4 trains each
way. daily between Toleda and
Columbus.
The Only.Line with 3 trains each
way, on Sundays between Toledo
and Columbus.
The .Only Line with 5I trains each
way daily between iToledo, Bowl-
huig green and Findlay.
The Only. Line. with 2 trains each
was daily between 'Toledo and
.Charleston, W. Vs.
The Only Direct Line between Tole-
do and the Virginias.
'The popular line between Toledo,
Fostoria,- Bucyrus, Granville and
Vewarke.
Fail information relative to rates, thase of
trains, etc., wil be cheerfully famnished iby
any agent of the Ohio Central Lines.
Moulton IHouk, G. P. 'A.,
Toledo, Ohio.

For Forty Years
GiODEN'SCEPTRE
Ha een.'smoked by~oollege men and is to-day, a LEADEIR
aa pur~e,, mild; sweet mixturei for the pipe.

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