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May 08, 1897 - Image 12

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THE tJiNIV ;'RSITY OF MIUEIIGAN DAILY.

12 THE IIMVERSITY OF MiCI-IIGAN DAILY.

JO S.,KOILAUF &C1
Merchant
Tailors.
10 E. Washington St - Up Stai
THE OPERA OSE JEWELER
Can furnish you ith a first-class Fount
Pen. ten and Ring repairing a speciaty.
-GIVE HMA CAL
Stop!! Stop!! Stop'
-AT-
Parker's Corner Stor
STATE ST. AND N. UNIVERSITY AV
Fresh made Candies constantly In st
Call oce and you will cll again
.tJNWrry the new drinh "Hilerine
HA NGSTERFER
NA 1 ICE CREAM SODA 6
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SUPPLIES
'padieg League Ball,Nis, Ml~uS ecc
Mlanagers shosid sed for spes ans
,ocial ase,. very requisit fo Teni
Cof, Cricet Trik and tField, ymn
siss Equpmets and outfit. Conplet
tatalogue f prie nd Smmer flpor
free. "The Nmetlsc~arantee"
A. . SPALDING & 13RO
New Pok, Chicago, hllssicphis
UOF M. ShIAV LNG PARLOR and Ai
. rooms . 1Alppointments first ci:
imprted and domestic cigars. Ladis'ar
is hair dreslg and btting paras
Lair. .. R Traanowski 730.fState st.
Ol M. MARTIN, Fuera Director, C
J usd 1Mciallis Casets snd Finn Gr
Coflins. Embalming a Specilty. No. 17
Fourth ave.
WANR&C. eN
WAG RT -A OmbeAofENo
,.of M boat huse by hour or da

01 DO YOU SMOKE? TheIlanidPress
20Ptsugstogies for---. -------'5 cents b Do,.:IHead Ciarsfar----------5conts DOES WORK WITH
16 La Princess Stogies for--------25cents 6 Prodigy Cigara s r---------- ents
I6 First National Stites for------25 conts 6 Paradise Ciaagars o----1----- 5 cents Neatness and Dispatch
S Yucatan Stogies Car- --________25 cents 5 La Dioso Cigars far.------------25 cents Cive them a call.
11 Aifonso Cigars for--------25 cents d Harry Clays foe.--------25 centsCORHONS0FUTHA.
S Star Cigars for--------------- 5cents d Owi Boquets foer--------23 cents AN
6Record Breaksers for--------25 cents 3 Royal Banners for--------25 cents IHE ANN ARDOR SAVINGS BANK
irs. I 3 irunscicla Cigars for---------------------S5 cents
DEAN & 0CIV PA Y Capitai Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
44 Suth ain tree. 1 Resources, 51,100,555.
44 SuthMainStret.Organized under the Ceneral Ranting Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, toys and
SophmoreFresmanMeet I ?1 2sells exchange on the principai cities of te
i 00 thid. ist 92e, ft. 10 11n. Uied States. Drafts cashed upon proper
I P Tidentification. Safety depgait boses to rent.
PoloeYVult-SophS. 'Win y de- OrFICERo: Christian Slack Fees.; W. D,
La The athletic carnivatl held in fautlt. Harriman, Vice-Pres~ Chas E. Hiscock,
I i Cashier: Id. J. Felts Assistant Cahier.
bL, honor of the delegates to theI Broad Juimp - McLean, '00 , o nro
-Northern Oratoricali Leagne conl- frt Ce, '9 eod peFIRST NATIONAL B ANKarganieedr15r
test came off ysedt afternoon '00thidtiatnc $100,010. Surplus and Profits, X40MS0
atteAh etitFedy The 00 eventsistace,21 feet. TCasact ageneral bashing business.
were not closely lush Jump - Davis, '0, and letters of credit.e ogtadud uns
'e r nt ey coel otetd Ripley, '00, third at 5 feet 3 E. 0. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOCLE,
h ut oievertheless they called forth ice.Re,'1, hrd. w LREO. vice Pros
ota good deal of yelling 0 fromn the In the hall tame the sophomores
menmbers of the opposing classes, were mtore fortunate and thns 2 V arm 0a~khauriif atuk
11000 anti'99. The only records eee o atr.Tegm n.SanadBrnsres
oioidein hefiei eens tat rewas a lively one from start to filu- Capitai 010,000. Surplus 030,000. Transact
siOorthy of Specl1 note are those inisanthsoswnh'htin general banking business.
the olIC niile run atnd the hroad a h ih ii.R. RoerP, Pros. C. E.CocoN, Vice Pees
at te r o t tme. The game tans. H. BcE, Snn, Cashier.
Lomp. The forioer mad~e by Wood was free from that gieat adbindaince
4:o4, Miieh is withiii two seconds of errors which marks gmost of our' F. J. Scitleede,
' of the local recorud, anid the class gaines, hoth teams putting tip 20 S. STATE STREET
otliei matie tbyMcLeanl of 21 feet.agoS 'IContefld Keh Sells a Solid Cold Fountain Pea at 51.0S
by otao tee loSar C alo icel seothe fe-ithn'Books Bound 25 cents and spward.
Boh f hee enar nw ndpitced .ay ame Sater CgU.of 10. Scenes and Professors 3Ps lbs. Lin-
5 have dust developed in this spring's Ct lg uSSili eebd en Paper for 5S cents.
:" h ivels Wic. er1 nd Note Books I cents and upwards.
piacice. The freshmen woni the off his delisery. L w e' hclts
ielid events by a sc ore of 63 to 4. i Innitngs - 1 2 3 4 5 R H E o nys Ch clt .
-The following is a ssuniary of Sopaienores 3 0 1 3 0-7 7 4 Hot Lunches.
events: Freshmna 1ate0SC--Ia5 2
100 yards dashi-Elbel, '00, first; Batteries: Sophoumores - KeithT T L 'S 48.SteS.
Auer,'11,,econd; Borghoii, '99, and~ llallllond, Freshmnen Caihotun______________________
third. Time, 10 4-5 sec. i and Granger.N TI B
(quarter-mile runr - Batterian.
00,fist (ht, s., eciil'Keit The Daily has made ar-I We can neW Supply yen wtth
'99,1 thirdl. Tlie, 57 1-5 see rangements to recieve a full aSe rAeRNITYamples.
id telegraphic account of e Se or in ohsmpes
I, 220 yaid,, cdasha - Elbel. >10 LEADING JEWELER.
a- frtPrsts,0) ct;Pl, game and will publish it theWM ANOD
as ,11> thiirdi. Tiune 21-.5 se morning following the game.
IOtne-hialf mite ?u4n- ' c~la The -final score to-a wil a
S' be posted at Calkins' and Pal-1 is;id c~e 9) eod e' m eitl nrcit O A CN
t. Mein, '99, third. ''ine, 2:11. mr omeiaeyo eeit O A CN
- by the Daily. Oojosite Law IBuildino. ..00 until flay 1st
ti 120 yalrds hurdle- McLean, '00, a__________nay two: classes. 0fficc,
up first; Ayres, '199, seconiu. Tine, All-Freshmen vs. Ann Ar- 2 7 Thompson S treet.
'-i'csec. bor High School at Athletic Js ocvd: ag s lgn
'ado One mitle walk: atryn
fist a9, t) 911, Field SaturdayMay ,8 iO f at ip s
firt;P,10,'019,sectndl; Wood- 3:30 o'clock.
" r a -________Ho it ,and Cold Lu:nch~ea at nllious. Agents
rutl,, third. 'timle, h~n am. 0- for Hsslers anad SWilliams and OWesnees Co.'a
See. I o1,?\D-A fraccrnity pil n iStab' Chocolate Ben Bans.
Mile r11111--Wi odt. 0 0, first; ,s. c -PiKit. O.ii tiiii" . O L O
Wittiest e, '1)18, sec; Wtiia-tiiit nay00e Iad by piit51:: 113tc11: tn lll 20I S. State St., Sager Block,
Witte Ee, ), ee;Whitoflb, 1,cufr this ntitce itidl itovile arcasccy.
third. 'Tiniie, 4:5t. A AD'h IEO
220',)yarols houle ueslelDoni't dlaby your photo sitoings. 51 SitOiELNE
e a tcly -alili ac tsoli t'etoaliCf'teil- Valises, Traveling Bags, Dress
00 isi ty default. iiccl:'ic iic . Setiior ci te,"to all sc li Suit Cases, Trunka, Etc., Etc.,
Shot ptut -Lo e.-, 01, first;I in of 'J07. Randiali's Iotoi Ob, -AT-
'ITryont,'99, 5sce .tiilts301.1telr, '0t) , Walitigleis Plockg. ,_nton '1ieutfel,
thirtl.Distatlce, :31 ft. 2 in. iTli Daily Nssiiitaebeeivue retdat your 5; S. MAIN MT.
Hlammer Clicow--1 tter, 'ODartoi the ceol oil'hIls'college year fsi
fii'st; Tryoii, '991, secon 1, McLean, onie oillaor. FULLER & HIXSON

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miust avear Client.
THEY SELL FOR 50C EACH.
Wagner & Co.,
FURNISHERS, 215S. Main St.

time se wsil
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CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
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upon appllcation, a copy af the "ALLI-
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contains of Che vaiuables and unusuai premi-
uns bivea by she paper. Address
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