THE UNVILRSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
In Hate, Flowers, 'Plumes,
Ribbons, Feathers, Orna.
ments, Etc., selected by our
trimmer in New York, under
whose direction hats and bon-
nets BalId aretrimmed.
Do you wantto see all the
latest, correct ideas, of Spring
Mifillinery ? Visit this depart-
ment, Rd Rlor, this week.,
Special IRates onP
(Successor to Gibson & Clark)
112 West Huron Street, Ann A~
J.g . #KOLLAUFP
118 E. WASHINGTON ST.
HO ! DRINKERS OF COFFER
Dean & Co.'s Blended Coffee is the result of thin
in roasting coffee, aud produces in the cup a:
color aud unsurpassing flavor. We sell this cofl
and venture the statement that uo better 'or in
can be had at auy price.
DEAN &L C
214 South Mai Street.
',fothing lbut the Laftest
Gwcrything bur the Oreli ss
We are showing the largest. and'
most comsplete lie of
Sa turday's college baseball games re-
sulted as follows: Chicago, '6; North-
western, 1; Yale, 2, Dartmouth, 0I; Be-
loit 3, 'Wisconsin 5; Cocnell 8, Harvard
Northwesters defeated Chicago Sat-
irrday in the dual track meet by a, score
of 71 to 54. -The surprise uf the day was
the dereat of. Burroughs, or Chicago,
by Jones, of Northwestern, in tse 100
yards and 228 yards dashes.
Illinois woon casily over Purdue Sat-
urday< in the annual dual track and
field meet. The score was 81 to 47. The
Western intercollegiate record .in the
hammer throw was broken by Van
Oven, who tossed the wveight 114 feet.
Rt., G. Clapp, of Vale, Satsrday es-
tablished a new world's record in the
pole vault. He cleared- the bar at 11
feet 6 inches.
Second Edition CdrnIng.
The edition of 11lchiganenslan, with
the exception" of a few copis at the
;bookstores, has been entirely exhaust-
ed. Thebard of editorshaeeeld'e
to issue a small second edition.,Work.
on it is being, pushed rapidly and it
is expected to,,he on sale the last of
thsis or the first of next week.
Prof. A. A. Stanley has gone to]
Pawtucket, R. I., hsaving been called to
thebie of his emothser who is fatal-
ly ill. Just a yeac ago -Proif, Stanley'
father lied. -1
BROU GHT' I
social life fos-wt
dreamed and to
ldence of God, mt
New officers of
}ed at a, meeting
test. They are:
J. J. tLambert, Sta
University of Chi
dent, J. H. Means
gan; secretary, J.'
of Wisconsin; tre
University of 711;
was presented by
but action was dl4
to1 give the 'reprex
suit thefr assoclai
Xeting of cla.m
and manager's in
this p. ma. to arrm
At the last mes
10on League lbs
elected; Pident 5
tary', W. Rt, Mat
stoo dthatthe ne
/ 1W. J. BOOH, Pre. W. Aazot0, lt Vice-pre
lho o . V. SgRUA, tVce-pres
1s OHN;: WC. . At. Cashier.
St e ayings-Ballk,
StudioI Transacts A genel Rankng bse'
Cr. Ramin and Huron Streets.
Capital, $550,00. Surplus, $3,00. Transacta
general bankin busiess._
Irbor'. . ar, Pre. C. OGssNS, vie-Prs
THE ANN~ ARBOR SAYINGS BANK
Capital Stak, WS,00. Surplus, $15,00.
rgalee uder the General laning Laws
oSptis State. Ieceves depposts, buys and
sells exchange n the princpal cities of the
Unled State. Drafts cashed upon prper
lentl~catl. Safety deoit btses to rent.
nn Arbor, Micli. Cashier: ~ y
FIRST NAT'IONAL BAtoAN&5izeIN1S
capital, 811D0.01. Surplus and Proits. ,1108W
Transacts a general banking busiee,
Nrsgs exchange bught andeuoli. Frsha
letters of credit.
tyfer experience E. D. KINNE Pres. HARRISON SOLE
beverage of golden S. W CLARKSON. Cashier.
ee at 25c per pound~
nore delicious coffee cI.M JR&C.
The Artistic eortors
OMPANY. Have a complete line Of
Wal Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
QACK 'IrORY, Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
3ACKVICTRY, Specialty of fine interior decorating
from frst page). mulning. nlfr e bsifn ormei
hich' men have ever emplloyed._ ork guaranteed.
which, is the provi- - U. MAJO~R & CO.,
inkinsd has beens ever Th'ie Artistic Decortor,
the league were elect-y
t precious to the con- :K LI..E IN
rry B. Gough, North- LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
ty; first vice-president,
e Univerity of Iowa; TAILOR
dent, C. J. Busisnell,
icago; third vicepres- Latest Novltes in Winter
AUniversity of Michi- and Spring Garments.
T aDaies UivesiyCOR. WILLIAM AND MAYNARD STREET.
asurer, H. Morehead, .One blck west of University.
for admission of the
mnanesota to the league' BICYCLES
Samuel Savil Paquin, Built to order, Repaired and
tforred for three weeks Enameled, at 10g North
sentatives time to con- kourth Avenue.
if base hall captain's A FULL LiNSSOF ICYCL suNDUsinI* SOCK
I poomr 9 at 5 o'clock CflAPIN BHRO7thERS,tgthsceu.--
lucceser oIi unter & Chapi.)
'st ats of the Anti-Sa- xAs~rArcRaa r...
.Dentl intrumets 5andPMes Machinery
tuilwtngoffiers ereSpecial attenton given In Bicycle Repairngi
t, ra M. Hawkins; BiCYCLE LIVERY-Pris Ressebie.
Y:Rasb, '00; see- No. lltl.Ltbsrty St. An Arbor.
}w. It s under
twdminstratlon is ORU HSS.~s"- ,
t~gpus, radicai and resh Strawerres and Pre Apple K54
In0 Pursung .the s- the bet quality of Ie Cream.
ineost Fruit Juices ad Artesian water
used In our--
a LEADER soD
:304)F. wasslacton 1110 S. state
SEE0# $3,00 SHOES IN BLAK
UN, VESTING TOPS.
Shedepartmnt, 1st floor.
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