THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
In Hats, Flowers, Plumes,
Ribbons, Feathers, Orna-
ments, Etc., selected by our
trimmer in New York, under
whose direction hats and bon-
nets sold are trimmed.
Do you want to see all the
latest, correct ideas, of Spring
millinaery? Visit this depart-
ment, 2d floor, this week.
We throw in this Latin motto with every pair
of our celebrated
119 South Main Street.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF
W. J:Boo .Pres. W. AlsrosDst Vice-pres
3. V. S -asslAs, 2d Vice-pros
Jot C. WALZ. Asst. Cashier.
S8,tat _ 8vlls Banlk-
Transacts a general Banking busi
or. Main and aurosStreets.
Capital. 85,ow(. Surplus, $311,005. Transact a
R. KRasr, Pres. C. E. OlENE, Vice-Pres
FusD. H. BIoLoSos Cashier.
THE ANA ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, 0,000. Surplus, 8150,000.
Resources, $1,100 ,00.
Organized under the GeneraliBanking Laws
of this, State. Receives d opsits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
ideatifcation. Safety de sil boxes to rent.
Orruonus: Christian. Mach Pros.; W. D.
Harriman Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: i. J. Frito Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK&organ"zedi18
Capital, 100,O. Surplus and Profts, $40,0)
Transactes a general bankin business.
Foreign exchange bought andisld. Furnish
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOULE,
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier
C. l. MAJOR & 0Co.,
The Artistic deorators
Have a complete line of
Wail Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc.
Specialty of fine interior decorating
painting, frescoing, tintingand paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C. li MAJOR & Cor,
The Artistic Decortor,
118 F.,WASHINGTON ST.
Ann Arbor, Mich.I
HO ! DRINKERS OF COFFEE
Dean & Co.'s Blended Coffee is the result of thirty years experience
in roasting coffee, and produces in the cup a beverage of golden
color and unsurpassing flavor. We sell this coffee at 25c per pound
and venture the statement that no better or more delicious coffee.
can be had at any price.
DBIAN & COMPANY.
214 South Main Street.
East invites Stagg. have been used as the basis of the work
done by the Easterners, in epite of the
Below is given a clipping froms tha bitter criticism pased on the rules in
Chicago Tribune of yesterday, which
question by prominent western men
is of interest to all western colleges. who fornerly played on Eastern teams.
Its coming just at this time indicates In fact, it is noticeable that the most
MACK & CO.
We are showing the largest
most complete line of
that the attempt made last fall by the
greater colleges of the middle west to-
ward independent action in the matter
of football rules has not ben unpro-
ductive of good reoults.
"A telegram came Sunday from Wal-
ter Camp, of Yale, to Professor A. A.
Stagg inviting him to go East some
day this week and join in the delibera-
tions of the football rules committee
that has been laboring lately to effect
some needed reforms in the rules gov-
erning this game. Camp offered Stagg
the choice of any day of the week for
his visit East, but it is not likely the
Chicago coach will be able to accept
owing to the rush of the baseball and
track season that is keeping him busy
looking after his men for the big con-
"The invitation to Stagg to aid the
committee with his advice and experi-
ence comes not only as a personal hon-
or to the former. Vale man, but offers
the West representation on the rules
committee, a thing it has been anxioas
to secure for a long time.
adverse criticism came not from the
East itself but from m-n who in the
West posed as the oracics of Eastera
"As far as known none of the big
seven of the Western colleges that or-
dered the. formation of the Weatern
rules committee has done anything in
regard to the adoption or rejection of
the report submitted to it at the begin-
ning of the year. The West now seems
in a fair way to lose an opporturity
of being the first to put in force much
needed reforms, and has given that
honor to the east, although Chicago,
Iiinois, Michigan and Purdue are
pledged to accept these Western rules."
The Western Intercollegiate Graduate
Executive Committee held an important
meeting yesterday afternoon, from
which we have not as yet heard. Re-
ports were to be heard on the commit-
tees appointed for the annual cham-
pionship meet and the entries, which
closed Saturday, were to be considered.
All the colleges of the° association have
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Finest Fruit Juices and Artesian water
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Shoe department, 1st floor.
"It now seems that the reforots and furnished rather full lists, and pros.
changes proposed by the Western com- pects are good for a closely contested
mittee, of which Stagg was a member, meet.
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FURNISIERS. 1s S. Main.