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Michigan Daily, 1911-02-18

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T MICHIG'AN liA Y

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Gross ON Liberty
A. G.SPALDING & BROS.
facturers in the world
Tr. ad-Mark of OFFICIAL EQUIP-
Tn-~,d-Mwn-k MENT,forallathletic
P'IC sports nod pastimes.
Q SPLDN 0 I 00 eec ioreieresede
MR itot Odi e opy('01f
IN O . ant oc Ittoa mpe
ettctpitp iloof
th o sis hoownoldt satrot IWhat's New in Sport
thwod t
Guarnees oof and is snt ofreonre-
A..CG. SPALDINYG e& . ROS.
254 Woodward Ave. Detroit, Mich.
THEiF ARMERS AND M[CHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HRIVfON STREETS
Capital $509000 Surplus and Prfits $00,000
General Bankilng Ifusiness. 3 percent paid
on Tinte and 13avlopt Deposit. Safety De-
0001it Boxes to i ent at $2.00 and upwards
Rt. KVNtoer, fret. 11. 0. POReTTYA, Vic-Prrs.
1(. A. Wtt,taMso.(tasitier IF. TTOWw, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitol Stttok $30000 Surplus 050,000
Rtesourtes $:,F00,000
A Oenneral Banking Buiness Trannacted
Orrzcenot Chtas. E. li3seoch. Pres.; W. U.
Barriman. Vice lres.:10. .J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capttal t$5t.00O Surpflus 75,0011
lRtso-es $1,25tt)000
Writ. J..Booth.Pret. Wttt. Arnotit, Vice irese
(" .J. Walte, Cashier
f ernlahvA erin S vngsB al
Conrn~narcia.1 sank d
sauvinigs
Cov. Matn a nd Liberty Sitr-~t
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN ARBOoR, MIeH.
E. I. KINNE01, liARISONSOIILE
Prert. Vice-Pert.
S. XW. tLALRiION, Cashier.
tapital, $100,000 Sttetlus atttiPtrofits. $65.000

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"VlCIIGAN UNION NUMBE11R
OF ALUM NNUS COMEIS OUT.
The Alulollos for February uttder thie
head of "The Michigant Union ?Nutmber"
appeared yestertlay. With the exeeptiron
of a few' totes 011 doings amontthle
Alunti the entire hook it deeoted to
thte A-lichigant Uniotnattd its nleedls. The
proposed lubhtouse is deseribtetd ittte-
tail atnd pictuiretdwith a anmer ttf its-
trationts. Alanty prtom~inlett foctity me
tate articletsttpott the pupaioes and1
idleals of tile uilonl while several alutttti
gise their itleat atntiviewtsoftfhleIII-
stitutfiot.
'tis itumtier ttf the Altumnuts isill fte
sentl t every latll s twhttse adidrest
cotttili e secuedtregardlless ttf wheltet
hte is a retgular siubscribter tt or ttt. Int
tis oar it is hopedl111111ettthLisiasttt for
stirretl a1111the ati tttttirtttoght 1ttt
Mr. [Herbtert M1,fBergam~fintittf Newn
Forek is itt tott ithinterest ofth ie Re-
veet of Reviews Co,ltfferitngaltett-
It otttt It of $,23.00 calledth le Review ttf
Revice College Workers' Ettdotttett.
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itt titecouttritnit regardl to titis ctttltW-
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ilteiit ttfficeitours frottmt10 ty12
t'ittck itt te the ett071i'1g 'tttdf1ttit1itt
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
(ttid fcs- itt odtottr. ffiirt tottrs:
1-2:30; 7-9:30 p. itt.

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WANTED I1tit-i. tM or'N(
11 iited-Studet~s tdesiring a gooti 111- tintisits atitenlilt 11w 0 t c~ I
ey-M~akinlg propotsitiont for text stttt- teSli d stit I I t;1
tttcr call onItt;. Sweetland, 211 S, Il- wi itashl ( - n '1
LOST. '1I
Lott-AXLyttx Btoitetwteent 719 S. Itt- o h itillen thsoft 1 . iI
gait atd Pi Bcla Phi Ihtouse. TatititniiIttitveningabntt was1001 1 a
Road1. 318-1309. t941 is0 lb.11" . V1i tt
1i oti-Will thte studenlt wtoitorrowsetd
111 foutntainl let itttile Registrttr'sCI\1~_?1{),).o '
uoffice btefotre the exatms. kindly lieatve NiI
sae ttte "i'(o1d Placte i 3;tt0IGeddes.
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MISCELLANEOUS Tighfetva as ib-till N1 1
F:uller & O'Connor, Tailors attd("leant- Ya'sdy.Dcoaios,
crs, 61g E. Wiliana St. i-Il. Itt 110t i ldti l i i er';t1t i ll
altlt' Chittit 01 NN tilt tot
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of the -J11Hop
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Ib.s.yeItPlayed
--. & CO.
-tlConfectionery
Aimendeinger
oc t i1eprehations
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jSilk Crochets
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wear just in-50c to $1.5'
IWAGNER & CO.
* STATE 5STREET

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Gibson Mandolins and
Guitars
The best Instruments of the Flandolln and Guitar
Family ever Manufactured
Try Them Before Purchasing
Any Other 1bke
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY .AT
University Music house
Press Building Maynard St

M ay F esti
Reserve-
Seat Ti1cket
Sale Begins

4-tot yarn
VAsse s A -b onr-
0_ lst< aser Bldgi.
zgeb -Baggage
1111frotmoparttes
So 0.5. after 120 o'cc
it ootr frtiodotor, the
-.euts, If arried to
It y e te prtce will he
r . t ttit c oilect cash
_ iIcaceservice.

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School of Music

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