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April 21, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-04-21

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THE MICHIG AN DAILY

Sam Burchifield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclifld
& C o. EAST HURON ST.
in to
TUTTLE' S
for Hot Lunches
Ice Cream Sodas Banana Flops
338 South Stat, Street
THE F IARM[RS AND MEICHIANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Captal $50,000 Surplus and Profits $90000
Geoerai Basking Business. 3 per ceot paid
on Time and Savinsgosposits. Safety De-
posit Bowns to rt it $2.00 and upwards
t. iKoone, Prens. . .SEVNSo. Vice-Pres
f.LA.XWILLIAMS, Cashier F. T. SrowFAsst.

BASXEBAIAt, Mstie I~TUsu VROM SOT"'I [-.
(ionicifrmPage P.)
eithininug, the third gaime ended with
te scorn 7 tro 4, the 'Weight hein on
the joy side.
Then it out time to meet ttheir first
re-lly important foes.. The Cattholies
put their star pitcher, Scanlon, ontthte
slats and he swas opposed by "Win" tarr.
Eserythtinigseas swetl for just two 5inn-
igs. Insthte third thie Cathiulics mixieit
op four hits anod a hase on hatis for
three rnts. Thingsdid let tlohotso
islue for the Woteerines sthlesntiesson-
secetedi for thtrees of their four siisgtes
ini tirefirst hatf sflite rext routdan
etiatkectip tiwsottu the scorehooardt. 'liree
errosrs, two b Sasesstir tbalti, ttre oppor-
tuite hits sait a fest ssoleibses o-
tribuitedl eigtrnts fosr tihe Catiholics,
asndt the fasts smsilest iroasdly. Tihs scssrs-
:Michsigan.... 0 it oa0ti 0-o a 4
Notre- iDamec... oo.3 Oo o'-I i r

' 'at~t1 3 isis is Json, ( islet'
\I zs lcesF, til s la oi
MJI s-t I I k hi clst1300'Mrs AC; se-
Ni~ toA Pte tts S, a- li lWm
NV CuWilco iCsR, itosoe
i 1_i . . 0.: ~ >isesiss i 1"),i. iow
s-i J. i11 .G. it-ttssss.in,1. Ai.
il~as l 'il sil piie (oft al iI I a
Isr:-li i sss . 4w!'

Clever, Snappy Sits for
prine,
This Store has won ab-
solute leadership in high
class Clothing by always
5> showing the newest, cor-
- rect styles, and by giving
always the best value at
,> the price. This year our
stock excells all previous
displays.

r

-- II~ 'sssto
5-5(sle1-
fit

I-a," ( on e ter's'l5 5.sc)
:\i l' is ' lii (sS fisst, Mins
88,f

Nex~t Satrda5ty lsith s'isblltait 551tol
prtlis te i. A. C. Itamiat Suisssig. lT
ho etstistas t sire e'siscsi'i't.sits
twithithue strong Woorsste-r te'ttrsr thess
visitorrs. 'T'ie' Ohioranss iave t'pirrssiossc-
erari suirprise'ss ortlMichiiganiteams1115intshte
trust anrd tarcaapt tsibre-ksotocse tl
tines. t'oirteently, lte csacht andc
prlaycers are lookinug fossrwtrstost' its-
tili irn thtie dispoosinsgsof tihest.
'Tireseaisonr tichet s wigoont suiet-os
rmermbiers of Sirs-asusetictassociatito -s
dity at SFso'isock, -ir ill iiasdmilits'
mre'rriber tsrsix sof thsc-oiesl est s fos'tr
ts- price' of trese, $r .r. A h ,le
wiitih Syrtrec'arrind ssirc'Dai e r esc tr-woo
sf tirebirggeston ss te tsttc.schdlbtut(f
wihet . s w its-beopen'rt siseasnts ce
ihoders t ite rediucediprice-,tt- i buyes
wiii get tireir frrliltmsilsy'o s-ortih. 'tis
tie gamtes whiicihtire tice'tiiladirmit cs
are as filoiss Akiri 27, ,rooster;
Nity r, Notre Darmes; Xiay 5',Ni. A. C..
M~ay i13, Syraecuse; Nitty 20, Belititttjiurse
2, D~ePaurw.
CstL'st1ri. rSSFScSALsrOON ssir xts-te:.
At its reguliar mteetinrgNiMorndity 55 ct
gi the ity cornilipiassedt tll ordinarnrces
raistig tesaison iceerse fromir$525 ts
$675, anduiaholisinsg tSie free ilurcih.
This ortdinrance, wihicirgoses intro effect
Aipril 30, sdefinedi rorreeietarly tiht-re-
sisireirerits of saioornkeeprers, irut t-
tIrmitedinthrinirg in tiresswty cofliirmitirng
ti-e niumbier cr1 salooss ihasS irsen rro-
- 'st-t.

k1-111'.
Room
r;ri ]lC tf
I'.Sttle

> 35'. iitSsssslis,3z issi
'5 I iss-sssss - 2 5

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stockt J5siss0 tonrirro 0;'*220,000
Riesources $2,6t00,00
A Gnserl BankingBsiss Trasacted
{irrICIoRSs Chas. E. Siseonk, Fees.; W. D5.
Harriman, Vice Prens.: Mn. .J. Frito, Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
WJ.Booth Jno. V heehran
Wm. Arnoldi DrVC.Vaughan
Tas. H. Wiade FE. . Mitts
John Haarer Jno. Koeh
Prf. H. S.CarharSt iHenry W.iDouglas
Christian Mrartin iDan P. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Os ANN AsBeR, MICH.
E. I>.tKiNNt 11A RtSN tsSOULF
Sret. Vire- prs.
S. W,515LI ttto', Caslie

'ir's ClothesiShop l isiloSsi 181
sfsssi '-oant siou rrs'' I,ssirei red'it
rscioe' . \Slurtsstsr Is's scs call ,iend
'.\ie r.il ^lO8 nIu- IossI t';7srtis eisrrs -.
IoiN-ossestandiSpatli g;i'', ( fssd Medal
is stssi. e rs i ir- i tic' i aktIs
Wishtso,&issl. itis St.pins5pan
illdri' hac~'ll xttiSiehantorit
St 1dc 33cc wlscr ieleri 3c8re Isetrrs
list-er, 5h issist c sss ors- the'.
hictis- ssl 's isiiN son tal at Al-e'ss
( -otcsr op, ssis-iss rSst.'iic'i tt s
DOisN'tTsiOrsi "'_-ts. szeprs~i
make oargeriands]let-ersictusres slisge-
icns -u l c dosni'ti rsr e I o Isisriny78;more.
Sisrisssi Ills Ils' itisci l us it ar'-
Shop, il pitirn S t. 38sf

MEN
I l ro orI ols. 1;rl

WOMEN

otto . 'Tle Best in the World
I r; fir the Money."
211 SOUTH 1M O. N S REET
IWALK-OVER FOL OOTWEAR

Prices
&n c n

f .

/ +

DU
TO
$6.00

Prices
-,$3.50
TO
Y$6,00

.hi ress stiltfor tsate. tC. ii-SDitvis (rG6
Capital, $100,000. Ourtlis au rsti ti, 060,000.'crie,9i4S treS. 4?4

1*ui C( 1 i t r : tt. + 1 x It ,

(jeMa4mericau avii]IJs Bak
Cormmneraa1 an~d
Savisi~s
Cor'. Mats-n ansd Liber-ty Str-eets

\ksJohnr IHenrry to sows'yo0 whX t
I.s- ups r hiis sic-es. ktltays somerthtinig
iVs Ii. 41)
Sot, iec-i,3c pair. W~onders. -itoag's.

Whave don es se exert wsatcho repaiWAL mOV - 4 S --JGE
insinrce s8 8. lHsriler's Jeweelry Store,) x M1 CO
2;6 S.5 ai Sttir 8. nod-tf 1

You can tell a (tailr m de l t 'r,aksposrs Isfsits a usfs s r altr-tI-s's s stitch
Ingareno. fvord y -Ooddr sses W Pan}ei tor dpaIsr I t ss atre te hardist to malo
S adtm st I isnwiitr stint slitAsot t o rkIsuts(lan(!i or'-suur'so ars- l'IstsrrrtssI'
W1tl(,N-aeff&sCO., "i'ttS'rie et

You Must Hurry!Z
Iftyourscaago drsred seatlfrtlw
May Festival
Ifiv avtsOil alismtitud rnub-se tr ec llenrt sreats tuft.
School, of Music
1ty n arrdSt.

fil
crc

A Carriage On Easter
will save your swife's dress and perhapus
her temper., We ain prepared to hire
you any kind of a rig you desire, either
for attending chtereh or a pleasant ride
in the country. Church calts should
he registered now. If the prorerbial
Laster shower occurs our facitties .,are
sore to he sorely taxed.
Fred C. Heinillger
i14 ,. tate
Beltlttmloute13991 Hosse Phone 150

J.- L. CHAPMAN, Jewele-r
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
1 ully Guaransteed
Watcsh Rep erlsrixjjs a Speeatty
Rowe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Avn.
Non Phonoet457 Beti Phene 457-I.
MAKERS AND DESIGNERS
OF COLLEGE -JEWELRY
Hailer's Jewelry Store
216 SOUTH ntAIN STREET
Large Collection Antiques in
Brass, Iros, Copper asd Chinaware
Foer fraternity and sorority houses atud
student dens.
Addre-ss
Miss Floroce S. Babbitt
YPSILANTI, MICHI.

BUYA
Souvenir Edition
" Le Barbier de eville"
50cents
s'tti i 55 A
Wahr's and Sheean's
Bookstores

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