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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burcihfieki.
& Co. EAST HURON ST.
BEST STOCK OF
CIGARS
IN THE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E.. Li berty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALARnI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
All the best maesand Tl ly ,nraeeol
MICHI(,'4N PINS AND) FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRINGI
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector Is.r the An. Aror IRailrod
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN SI.
B-anch: 304 S. State St.
PIPS
20% 0ff
Meerschaum and Amber
bits only
R. Ea JOLLY
08S. ,.STAllE
MRS. J. R. TROJANOWSKI(
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
HlarGoods, Hairdressing, h.pi..t
Manicuring, ace Mssage a Specialty.
322 S. Stale S. (L'p Stairs) Bell Phoer 35
BANKS
THE FARMERS AND MCIIANICS BANI
MAN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000, Surplsad Profits, $65,000
Genera Banking Bsiness. a pr cet paid
on Time and Sarings Deposits. Safety le-
posit oes is rent at 127.00 and upards
I. KEMPFN Prs. W. 0. SEVES,.VIC-rs
F. H. Ba~tis. Cash. . A. W ovoas Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stock, 50,00. Surplus, J200,001
Resources, $2,20,00
A UGenral Banking lBusiness Tranaced
OrrIcans: Chs. E. Hiscok, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman. VieePrs.: .M. elrt. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK

W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaoghan
Tan. H. Wade 1E. P. Millis
JohnHaarer Jso. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhart itenry W.iDouglas
Christian Martin Dan P. simmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK'
OF ANN AnnOR, MICH.
E. D. KINNE, IIARRiIStON SOUILE,
Pros. Vice-Pr-es.
S. W. CLARKStON, Caslhler.
Capitai, $100,000. Surplus sod irofits, §1510,000.
German American Savings Bank
Comrirc~aaI and
Cor. Malta and Llbaerty Streets

UNN lwStTCI'1SS l)EPr.Nl)S
OIN 1-I \R\Cll('R OP,EADE'RS
A senior ernginecer idesires to impress
upoon 1the Unionimeimbers' doe great, re-
-poosibiliy lthe have in choosing next
vear's officer-., and offers. the follosving
sooooooin icooocaoonolothe -tobject
Ioth dit iior
Up cothiieliharceof the omeno chosen
is oflicers for tliesiieeiniig year will
depen la1-rgely tescess of the Piiioni
moveient.. Aogi hoe nomoiees for
office-inilie \lielhigan-oo Unionooare moen
wo haiveaIready(10 stoo rif of Olheor
ailoityroughi 1 partiicilipaiaoo on iiamis
actviies.sAroresetoolloe list of mno
has 000 010edin ominoaiion, andtlo0
borioo ll:; sieelcon ioa soccessfuol issoue
it is. esentoil thtldepi tmoli entooaololaffilia-
ti0n0ii1010101ingfooi oootual support
he eontirely-oignoored. Thec resoolt of the
electiooo shouoldl dkpeoodlsolely opon per-
ana~l101ool mrtadshoooldl 00noteionfluoeoced
oy theo aligonooent of eaondidtaes for aood
agis oachotohler. 'Thoi-s is especfilly
tru io n ae~se of the resitdent, fosr opono
oool-epndstoo a large extentothoc policy
ando soccess o~fIlhe Uoniono.
Ii i-s0110too eachonooomeombero loonotire as
1to lhe oiualifcaton0s10of itoe omeoo oamedl
an t dcide orehoelimoself, as to who
is thoe-man besot souiedlfor ltepositioos.
l oroloerooore, eaoclh meoooler sloonld coot-
loe i is duyloolbe loplreseont at thoe
electinsso ta loth officers for thoe
ensun r 10r ill Ihe achoice of the en-
ire~oy n non: oot lol f afete. loo this stay
thes larger LUnionl interests soill lot
.10-olgol oo-os-ol 0100 e sha-.o~ll bose ooeoo lo
:oarco of lhe :affairs of t lbs icloigaoo
t ooiioo 'opbo;woill unoubtedoilyolr ho~ecedit
<olot-e ooio rsil-. oPS.8
See oor complete line of Micliigan
pions, fobs and souvenirs. Hailer's
Jewelry Shore, 206 S. Main street. rodl
Spring
Clothfing

(1110) SlATE lAS LTTE
('ICHANCEAlINST NVARSIY
tototisod frm Pae lne.)
beeno :ao-ared frIt aodsecondoolplaces 100
Olohoso- pa~riulalr eents.
Thoe -lsum aries:
0-y-:rdi higho Iurlec-Ilolbero (Ml),
firt:Tailooioge (I)N , scond; lDoolap
ION.),othird:Oh lio (los- defauol),Ioro.
ITiooe-o:ofo 3-5.
oo-,yardldash-MNIilliouos (0), fr-;
Alerriol (N), seoood; NWaroer (M\),
obtlirol: Ibooro ().-fouorh.o 'ioo---o :00o
Mile roooo-flay I(N), first; Rowe
(NI),sscod;Snowoo() tirodoo NVaois
(0), fourth.l imo -4:8o 3-5
Quarter-moool-Coo. (i), fos;Roges
10)) seond;ooMNilloous 0)ltoord;NWar
ocer (N),fourih.llo loeooos50r.
2'O-yardolas:1-oslo rnerocoanlMerrot
(N), ieosolfooos11;-Rogners (0)lthird;
Buiort (0)) fourth.o ITieo:o22
220-yarot loonhulels-MNertt (M)
firt; - I sooooe (N), sconod;Duooap
(0),lthood; Ohiosfourotho.PTome-o25
3-5.
Hlo-lleo-sCoo (N),fst; Bonsack
(mO), secoond;,Shoeor11a01(0), tilord,
Itsveriong (), fouorh. Tioto--2:00 3-5
lwo-mo oil runooIDbll (N), First; Rowe
(MNI), second ; looolrr (0), third;
Wattls (0), fouirh. 'ille- 0:24 3-5
Pole 0.vaul--lloroice. eriosoooaod
Whleat (N), ied for firs ; Ohio thirc
-oood fourtrh by deauol. II eigbl -9 fee
D~iscuos-Arthur (N), firs ; Gibson
If)). sec-onood; Sho:r (0), bhird; Cao-
dler (\I ), fouorh. lDsl:OIe-24 feel
3-2 inces.
Shotoi 10011 rtloor (N), firs ; Aller
ice (I), socond; G Iiboson O0), Oir;
Seiosry (0, f(e:l. I isl IC-381)feel
Broood jumpo -I oollo(M), frs; W~o-
lioi (NI , second;Ohl: ioi, thliodl aoodlfouiroh,
loe deofauol. os:. I00 22 fee 0) 12
I logho 1010010Is-coo(N) .aoodNoro
(0), iedforfirs;Weat(Nlt)otoioo;
Chadlr A1, ccnd;hoftt((M)oos
third; soobinoson OI), :00out. isance
loo Nlo"i 00000 (S , ; boo I
'rho0-0:000cligaol-Olin01 teni
The varsity on all f000olouigles omatchles
0000000 of o olooollles.Obelin bocarried 0
off theohrlo ubooollo.o lle anda I ooootl
-olaths oetedy 01werestre
loy Ayres adookino1os,:anodleodel 000 0
roclooo lorllyresits 00twoolsraighotsel.
With sor cf hregmo es toonooo
gisoim ettsoled downos-oanoodlltook
loent- livIel-g 000es ando thecst, oand
then ame rght bck sronog ill tsee-
In oo uloels IHopkI ins andSrong heal
Picestndoo dy tw Io 00ssl otof Iree.
lheObe~lsrlioomlslitook1tlbsfirisO se, bot
oere prety casyio ilo- seooI adoert
beatleon by a:st-ore oofo.f owev ~nter, Ihey
tonshedl i0n good1sOyleIandoooo 01k loeset
afer ltlt scorelhadl beeoo 1-2 against
thoemooby oinoiog iv se of t et six
gamlles.
Ioa ando oo Ayres-sthen-o ooolel 0010with
Buorrouoghs aod lBurrouogs inlouboloes.
TheocOberlion omeno plyeste lady lob-
binog gamooe, 00hilt I boag aoood Ayrs played
afast sooashiong gamoeo. lTotsore was
onlly oncettagainosNMicigaoo duoring Othe
owhole omach, thttimeo it beog 2-3 i
~Oerlio's aoor. IHoa~g :ondolAyrs ook
0th nex foulr gameoos by soloe fas work
owhen serving adoot ilt ot onlwon
th second set rathler easily.
Yesterda~ys score: Ayrs (M) eat
Hlopkios (0), 6-3, 6-; IHopins and
Stroong (0) beat Price aood Leidy (M),

6-3, 1-6, 6-3; Hog andI Ayres (M) heal
NV. Borrooghos 110101R.Buorrosoghos (0),
6-3, 6-2.
~ighotw-eighot litle thoread hose, all
shades. Heoory & Co., 709-711 N. Uni-
versity avenueo. - 64-S

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Good Dressers
A Handsome Stylish Suit plays
a very important part in the make-
up of the Twentieth Century M''an.
While in is true that a man may
be a perfect Gentleman dressed in an
ill-fitting, poorly made Suit, the
world will be sure to misjudge him.
A good Suit of Clothes is sure to
influence the first verdict of opinion
rendered concerning a man.

BUY A
Coll ege or Society Brand Suit
Staelbler Q~ Wuerth CO.
211 5. MAIN STREET
Walk -Dyers' For Spring
Oxford time is here and so are the various styles of Walk-
Over Oxfords, Pumps and ties in black, tan and patent.
Tan leather will predominate and we have taken all pains
possible in selecting the newest shades as well as exclusion
designs for Walk-Over Patrons.
See windows for unlimited
supply of Pumps, Street Ties
with good street soles suede
lined heels to prevent all slip.
ping on heels; in button and
lace for Men and Womeii.
Walk-Oyer Shoe- Co.,
R. J. HOFFSTETTER Mgr.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
All Wool-Hasid Tallored *T"f r
SPRING CLOTHING Th loh~
Ready when. yo%& area 6

OLD TOWN CANOES.
Are delivered at Ann Arbor within
Iwo days after your order is given.
Stood postal for catalogue 1o W. H.'
Tripleto, 604 S. Thayer St. tf
"Thet Michigan Cap"-just what you
have beeno looking for, extra small shape.
Ilenry & Co. 64-8
Amateur Photographers Notice-Tank
development gets best results. I use it.
Lyndon. eod-tf
See our complete line of Michigan
pins, fobs and souvenirs. Haller's
'Jewelry Store, V16 S. Main. street. rod
NOTICE-Class teams and fraterni-
ties can save money by getting their
baseball supplies at Cushing's. tf
Alarm clocks warranlted for one year,
$i.oo. Halter's Jewelry Store, 216 5.
Main street. cod

THE
Palai's Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWVS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
From Every Country

Wadhams & Co.,
121-123 S. Main St.

I

Ma i UNERAL W5AI KINGLO
0. DIREartill Chinese Chop-Suey' Restaurant Rowe'
Chinese PSanty Dishes, American Lunches of
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. all kinds. Everything first-class for THIOM)
ladles and gentlemen.32
Residence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 Chinese and Japanese Bric-a-brac. 3
AMBULANCE ON CALL Up Stairsonet dior S. Haston Bros., 314S. State St. New Phone 457

's Laundry
AS RO WE, Prop.
16 N. Filth Ave.
Beli Phone 457-L

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319 Last Huron Street

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