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THE ?MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade,
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfied
T O*1 06
uL EAST HURON ST.

ORATORICALE AND F.LU. A.
E LECTIONS AREi QUIRT
XWith ouly tihe laws ticket in the field,
lie election of officer-s of the Oratorical
associatio passed off 'quietly at Univer-
sity [fll yesterday forenoon. A contest
was cispectert from the fits, .hut at the
us scinatios of candidates the laws wsonl
0o0t00(dsucceeed fin fillig;the ticket
ssith their refpresentativs c. At theelev'-
cnh oil uor tIlfits failedt to shoss up swith
a tielket and5( the laws had no ofpfosition.
The followriig is the list of officers

I

I

1 I
BEST STOCK OF
C IGARS
IN THlE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 F. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALARnI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Allthese set maes an t dfully cureseds.
MICHIGAN PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch tnspector tr the An Arbor Rairad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Iassh: 304 S. State St.
Cigarettes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALL THE LEADING BRANDS
CASH PRICES
,5c Pkg. --_ - 2 for 25c
25c Pkg. -- 5 for $1.00
R. IE. JOLLY
Ill S. SlAiTE ST.
M1RS. J. R. TROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Hair Goods, lHairdresing, Shampoog
Maicring, Face Massage a Specialty.
322 S. State St.(i p Stirs1Bet Phone 359
BANKS_
THE FARMERL~S AND NMECANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capita, $5,00, turplusad Profts, $65,t00
General Basking Business. 3 percent paid
us Time and Saings tDepsits. Safety De-
postsBues to rent at 0.00m and upwards
i. KaE~, Fes. W. C. SnovENss Vice-Fes
F. . BSEst. Cash. H. A. W LLAMS Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stck, $50,000. Surplus, 1200,005
Resources, 52,0,Oii
A tGeneral Baking Bsiness Trasacted
oresICEus: Chas. E. Hisoc. Fes.5 W. D.
Harriman, Vice Fes. lJ. . Frit. Casher
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jn. V. Sheehan
Wn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
los. H. Wade H. F. Mllts
John Haare Jno. Koch
Fef. . S. Carbart Henry W. Diougas
Christian Martin Dan F Zimerma
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANNABO, MCH.
E. D. KINNE, HARRISON SOL,
Fes. Vice-Fes.
S. 0. CLARKSOIN Casiier.
Capita, giouto. Surplus and roits, ยง150,000.

chsn reid~ ens It.L. Ilessttl's'sss, 'og);
vice-psre.set. '11.i:x.XXill ins, toss; secre-
tasry,Er l Ass I sfssss.sls 50tresurser, It.
ki. Ussllill.'ts-l.' . sNe tferforst, 'so,
an Illls Ca1. of,) isere slectedt is
deslegats to th ie Xiiirtherns tratoricalt
leagei.
ThelscS. L.'eletstsis ws al s ssarksed
isy iletkofxissitemenrst.IThe osne tiecet
wh icsh s s s wassi the fiel rt wsith 5n0 op-
poisitioniand asstacis tedtl unanstiimtoutsly.
t reass foillos: Usesidesst, (Gilbert
I-ef iriss. 'ojl; sire-tresisdent. JsephttsRE
Kselly. 'soc; recosrding secretary, U. J.
XAgnew, 0)5 trustees, J. R. Bazleyr, 'tie,
Johnis1). Jonie's, 'sot. 3James If. trimseass,
'sisl . 13. I.Saltisburssy, sdent, Jsephc Hofrt
nie. 'it. Xrthusr W'. 1flhsitisck. 'so.
ftl~uoic ana IDrama
11,11s; msi N ississ '~tto
.\l' lavsosr ofsTo'isihi ws -pslrned
last night. at lie X'litsss'sbiy airoatdisom-
pally. t'~ prncip l's .racetabini i
-hirsis'ntssuitd the choru ils astivses. This
is irei h ls iit s csiocsinset r cver
ill las.l The'f rformanssisice listnigist
rnsimootlyandissleiasedthtie aisdience
I'' s xt of iii slssi recalls
Spring
Cloth~airg

MANY TRY OUT.
1FOR VAUDEVILLE
]lore Men Needed-If You Can
Sing, Dance, or Act, Don't Hide
Under the Bed.
Thle In sstssforthe svaudeile sts 5f
tise Counssty Fair, MaysseI aoot2, os-reisl
yetserdasysiosnisg is ooRsism C, Unier-
sit IHsll. Si-s or eight stnsts sre to te
slugs', icludinsg dsnissesg sigig aiss
'isiselse' sts.
O'fo suesio l t'doisor or soe pr
flntiersishisshisditatsedifor lthecssssee
to -sesisristrae' lrsis-eshi isisieOto as
15c-peribefore tie cmitsitee yesterchy
sornisnsi. Thss'oissers-iasfustlitte
ders--hatdliiiattachf sage fright sit
hids issder tieir iess. Ac lest they
sicrenut iisaissifor the tryouits.
ilisisoselsho sit showt itsssere1. 1.
Davis. Swsedishs smosnoslogse;:J. C. ige,
sonsg sandt saise;: snitC. '. E sissii aus
I.. M.lsires. sin ia .nisi'ecty st witi
Tse factt hisst miors' 5diinstilturnssout
sr tseryosuts doiesisnst smesn sttthere
is no morei mastriasl itie Uietrsity,
isis tlat the ivaudeinli is lit gsig't
'is'od. lit it d1es meanitit sl th eiss
oftotissaiis abiliy s.iisiig'iiliibesc-
'its sisisiist i iis si ntrisig fromi
offeredsistradis-IThese r: Sonsg asd
user ,JackiBrioss andisiJ. I. lsge;
Dr, Maiis sss an itsllr; ismoniologe in
Sei siidiaet. I) D.iDasis;sosgs iy
Is'srlushandsuiXissaI clubisqisassettes,
snil by issMiss ak pismasssonna;sis lasso
''5 cli) st, I. XX - ssiisso sudtJ. 1k.
1Ii ~res' .-slrasissticsksselsh XWarren
Town ssessdIasnitFrcst NXssisrsff; adsiin-
pesntos'riaslogue by' isFssd Lass-
5' 151. Of thiese5and51oters ii prospect,
ss sori glt sts sill lit'selectelf'or tre-
'iii' ptr'fisisissis re s''t ie givess
cli so ti litisoics'esisgs, Mayl 'rIasd 2.
Tecomit'iiitee i eisrgi'osithue adse-
villei'u'ciis ompssidof i. At. Tirasis, chasir
sisai, Hobbylils ohsreaisi, Casres Xees
]isst Simosss and.sitXilliamssI dres.
isis ssiir s-.s's' . ssos-e.
'fhe Phi Beila-iss pa'sioii ciety uitliol
it; first annuais Ilsianquet, islhonor of its
ss'svsmseslcrs s inte Unionsisclshhsuse
of Sstirsasse-ecinssg.XMa-2. lBesise she
sicissiers sof the loescaliater there ue
seerls'isliirs osithle sciety stdsyisg
in te vaiouis prff1essinlscsiheossls of
t U'nisisesiysasndisin iithe fsscslty,
ihse namsssuses srenstisuiisssle iads of
the lca oesirgaunizsations. It is sdesi rest that
all mses emes of asilothsllercater.sswhose
'~n s re t sktnsiosw-n, osssssssicssei-ill
F L. Pasosuthue locssl secretasry, iii
issuer stsit tiley miaysrecee ivitisi
Is r thissosccasioss.
''hse Edsucstionasstclish wil hold its
is xi regulasr smeeting 'Tsesday, April 7,
it 8 p. i. lDesanReedsill iigive a talk
irs "Phiysics" Al i sitserest hsosbeess
shirsn of lase ii these metigs, swhics
sic held twisicer'a smonst. Principal Msc-
kise, 'of the Detroi Cestral high
sc hoo, siltsdeier ass sdress efore
le tussse tie iniAlsy.
Souvensir scores f Michigesda for
is king hiosse scxt ridasy, st Root's.'
VSise sonsgs for $.o. 41-2
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fohu nd souvenirs. Haler's
Jeswelry Store, 26 S. Main street. od
-Re sure ansI uy a set of Lysdon's 20

'ue 25 cents coloresd postal cards (all
scow. viesss). I-va
See- our complete line of Michigan
pins, fohs and souvensirs. Hailer's
jewelry-Store, 216 5. Main street. rod

Spring 190 8
CLO.-THCRAFT '(All Wool)
Society and College
Brand Clothes
S NOW ON SALE
Eagle Shirt from Loom to Wearer
$1000 to $2.50
Fine Line of Negligee Shirts at
50c and 75c
Full line of E~XTRAGOOD Children's Cloth=
ing. All kinds ofUnderwear, Union and Two=
piece. All the spring styles of Hats
Staebler Q~ Wuerth Co.
211 S. MAIN STREET
Walk-Dyvers' For prinng
Oxford tinte is here anid sonsye the various styls ofni Xaik-
Over Oxfords, Pumps and ties in slack, tutu und fpatent.
Tan leather will predomnte and we have takett all psiss
possible itn selectintg the tnewest shatdes as waste 1ldoritti
designs for Walk-Over Patrns
See witndows for unlimited
supplV of Putmps, Street Ties
swith Rood' street soles sttede
litted hteels to prevent all slip-
pin,. on heels; in hutton and
lace for Mettattd Womn.tt.
Wnalk-Oyer Shoe Go.,
R. J. HOFFSTETTER Mgr.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
All Wool-Hand Tailored jJZ
SPRING CLOTHING The Clothier,
Ready when youz are.a

SE;NIORS, ATTENlION.
Co to IKochs & Niclis to husy caps
aisd gownss. Brand nest caps and gowss
mosade Is) fit yous for little sisore thsan
rentsal prices of seconsd-hsand onses.
Prices $3.50 tsp. Don't rent until you've
ses thiriesamples. 36-41
FRATIERNITY h-OUSE FOR RENT
-barge hoiuse suitabsle foir fraternity or
chits, sits North tDivision street; inspec-
tions isnvited. Der. A 3 . ttufall, Laweee
bildiring, corner Fossrth avensie ansi
Anns street. Bell pshone 758. 37-44
THESIS DATE APRIL 15.
Make a date with Jolliffe & Kitzmiller
at once foe typewriting your thesis, and
insure getting in ott tinme. Ahove Co-op.
Both phosnes. eod-tf
Alarm clocks warranted for one year,
$t.eo. Haller's Jewelry Store, 2t6 S.
Main street. -cod

THE
Palais Royal.
209 E. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
From Every Country

'"C/ever ClomkeAs~h
STEEEoISTRaV"iCNssnc*sIs
Wadhams & Co.,
121-123 S. Main St. -

' - _________________________ Ii

German Ame
Coeansr
S;
Cpr. M .. z a

rican Savings Bank 0. M. Martill DIRECTOR~. ,j Yoa caht
%ercla.. l w~id Office 209S. 4th Ave. Phone 8. I Patent Leather Belts mde t vt H ot, Lunch
i.vln Rt-esidence 302 S', 5th Ave. Phone 314. mtch your shirt or luse, 35e. Slend us'a At. Tu~ttl.'a, 558 8. State
AMBULANCE ON CALL ptece of the dress goods when sending order.__________________
sns Llbarty Streeta THE BELTCRAFT CO., BOSTON, MASS.

STUDIO,-

' ,

319 East Huron

Street

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