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May 12, 1909 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1909-05-12

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T 1{f MICHIGAN DAILY
NEW ATHLETIC RULINGS tie111riv iv.
Sam Burclifiel'S Ahei ~ Cntttaa Sec. i. Regular tuect/ugs of the assot-
AtltcAssociation Cnttuinlclot/ca nshall b elt? at 1:30 P. it".
Fin T ilo in Cmmittee Publishes Report. t/ie li/cd Saturday ini October and(/con
1 Vot-Thc eppid c/us of the the second Saturday after the Christmas
Trade At/li/ce asocia,as rvtoed byvi bvcattion.

Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burclhfied
&X Coo EAST HURON ST.
TUTTLE'S
for liot Lunches
Ice Cream Sodas Banana Flops
338 South State Street
THE F1ARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profis $90000
General Banking Business, a percent paid
an Time and Saulnos IDeposits. Safety tie-
pastoxlaes so runt a~t 51.0and upwards
Ut. Kxmmterors. W. (J. Suneotna. Vice-Prens
1t. A. WII.iA.t C. asthie P'. T. Sroo:. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
A Geeal Banking tBusneTn'ransacted
OICERelena Chas. E. Hisicock. Prun.; W.It.
Hlarrimian, Vice Prs:inn . 'iets. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W 1. Boith Jno. V. Shueehan
Win. Arsaid tie. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. 1t. IWade E. F. Mills
JubsnItaarurrio. Koch
Profi. H. S. iCarhart Henry W.I/aug/an
Chistilan Mdtrtin last F. Zimnerstin
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN AsMOs, MICH.
It I). IN NI' 11151.iSN SiLS
S..C I IA RKSOlN,Cashiter.
Capital. ;,100,0i0.nurplus andtPrfiths.$10,000.
C mnAmn auxills dank
Coeasn'eroie.l .1 rnd
Conn.'. ,Ma~s anod Liben-ty Streaets

t'oiattltt/cs'appintedtfor It'eipttao'e,
wlbePuit/i/ed iis//tieti/ i. ite
'lest atfce/i/c/ifc//iitt'.
Sec. ..\Memb~ers/i/p s/till lit'fitwo
kiids : /(a) /active', candl (li) associatis.
/a Ative i e teaies/ii/'si/all fie/tide
attitelits st/ichave Nitit ofici /cal '"M1,"
ei/~her with/istidents of illidepati
ilnt. sfcut/ic. cil itti/.andtlrcentiiiof
the Cni/iers o if./cl/gcaniwstihaivi
d/oilars.
(h Ai ssoiatte mem'ber tts/i/i shallin
at/ssciagcitetiiishall ha.tv ti/iic
otie it its mseetit'gs.
Se. Privilegiestc_' i/iftmeitbesh ip
Lai' coitnu/ ftr iiii/is's/pse me/ni/it
Sec. ,3 at its aliia ssoic/iatettelie
ili cardis sha llb itstigihbe
;sec.'. ITI/icfficrs io/f/i/cis asc
'iin s/it/Icosisttf a hoar/ ofiseve
Areictorsv 'itt'titteo'viii irc t//ict/c
1~i le.aiti, tiasres/tary/,a ts
/ t e nn / iis' ii;iitrc oa tc n n
lie i/itltti/tt it iif icr itittal
Sec 1.~/t tt Noirtions fiolsti's/tic/eis/o.
tic/i'/tsy i/idt resurerll l be't'm'ade
ally ctiveI / iii ci' t air'eillr / et
in of ii the s ci aiu'tin. i /it5i/s 'it
iaciy' h cati/ a ii/ is of t t hes/it/I otball,''
basbal ad'rat:i/'itca il epciey

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See. 2. bt I/ic fall mecetinig, the tman-
tigecs of btase/bi/alidt? rtickcantlennis
a/ltIlibe ectd. AtithI/inllter mting/O
i/ic secrettary', treasturer, fotb/all matt-
heelecd. 'T/ictirmiiof eeh it/h/eec
Itals'efor one cetar fromthe IicmI/ofi
lc/cction, ticuntil his susccessoir is electedl.
See. .'O/tce/ihudredsatliv eiembers
/F/R/iSA./.--''/ree reservretdseait
for tiii /Festival./ si l ou e:teI
A"vt'it Myiicr tiva's/tcketKillbche
his tI iidnss/tt'rsi / f si
i/it. 55/i
''Duiiig's 1Kit/st-tone betev'madtie-
pig -styI'.-;ion sal t/ci b/l'i's C/it/ics
S/u/.Al/i/ tiS. rifi
wriua n n ii si/i' iat b/itt's
7ohsSlit/i.Mai/it S. i0f
uld hve cofort,: /aiittiassaige an/
-I tetmt s ti/so iv gen . Ofice
i'o s, iito /2 .ta . ., I T i to . .
ih c Nit. il/il-:.J. /tss I%. T. lFoley, 92r
1?it lu/ut'. St. W W
Art 5/ A l il/cior tots ercda.a
itt loct wtc/i fisb, i/i/Ission
Led 'tts titiii/tiielse t / 'it/tdandrub. Re-
tic 10 . .iec'/ iittti.7:33 SouthliS/t/ce
Liberl reard.57-9
retunedto 27 'Tiiiti/isiit 5. 57-95
/ i/ii's Siti.i/it S. Sit?

CleverSnappy Suits for
/ This Store has won ab-
~ / ~ \ solute leadership in high
:. class Clothing by always
showing the newest, cor-
rect styles, and by giving
always the best value at
the price. This year our
i~r:: "}r~y4:tvstock excells all previous
displays.
~Q p "The Best in the World
for the Money."
di ~V~ ert A
211 SOUTH M4AIN ST KEET

I

To ourO friends and patrons S1'ie ft anounceiithti Mril.iG. 5W. lavis,
ftoimerly mihi PiilR Kie'slinugoftoi till
ti/u the potsitiontiti iiiio antby thetdethoiaM.Koh.
Mr. tatvis has ihtenitconinectedi atit t s foite pirlast four yeurs, part oith ie tie waitinoil
ourco"'to tititrs hii Niteti ii Mi'liaati. He is a pracicial lor and cutter with inide experlesitr
in dlei' lust tir atandis etiinilee ci iantutiority on msir's elathenbti sae who knowl. ils
throg koleg atraeining-as aiiesignesriofsieui'nclthtesuareeut yor comtimaiid.
iv soilici t'itonitnuaica oir youryati lued patroage. -.iespectfully,
AVitSNEi &0C1., hprtilg t'ailoars 0-3ass. Slate 51.

You Mui
If youi% /ata--o
May F
I / I are i llaili i tedi lit
School4
May

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j)t'

J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
S Hurry! ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
it ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
1 1ervset fiiitheALARM CLOCKS $1.75
esti al WtinhFouylyliuaranteed
iiiI iitiiiads/uRowe's Laundry
of Music THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
lard:St.324 N. FitnthAve.
New Phase 451 Bell Phonea45: -1
OUR LIVERY SERVICE MAKERS AN'D DESIGNERS
ap//proachlesn attrcive'eequsipmolunid OF COLLEGE JEWELRY
that ohf.a iridt /e/lpivate stat e.In,/i _____
vaiet laeit laineseceedscthatch oily pivate i e' er r ti
esishmelinot. fall oit aoy timehfor Hiersie eryM1
tioy sertiia you r'eqauire.-Siir c/lhae 216SOUTH ! AIN STREET
are moderate w/ictht inrinoawant to
ca/c/i ir' meet a trin/. addend a wedding-
on' fuiner'al, go shopiort tab'eIi/iri'e Large Collection Antiques in
fori tp/easutre. Brass, Iron, Copper and Chinaware
For frateinity, and horor'ity houses and
dd nt student dens.
Fred t N. A Miss Florence S. Babbitt
l 1/(hu it iiii'i'iit iiYPSIL.ANTIn MICHI.

DEVTSMCHE. VR
WILL LE6CTURE ON
"'German Socialism "
8:00 Pa M.
MONDAY, MAY 17
SARAH CASWELL ANGELL HALL

Adimlsalon Pres.

All are Iinvited.

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STU-O-

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319 lEast IlIuron-

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