THE U. OF M. DAILY
SEE THE NEW D)E JOINVILLE
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THE TWO DAMSm
As usual we are ahead orf all enipetitors who xiii follow us in
the new styles we bring out.
Of Old U. of M. should have a
University of Michigan Guitar.
P'rices lowest, Quality highest. Guaranteed every inch of the roadl.
Violin amud Guitar Strings, 10 cts.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
5 eta. Everything in proportion.
L. It. Clement,
3. Main S. ALLMEIINGEE. PIANO & ORGALN Co.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
CORNFER MAIN ANDJ JIURON STREETS.
LARGEST STlOCK OS TILET Goons AND FINE CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND
CIGARETTES IN THlE CITY.
~ll ro ~~l1Lll~r. VOORHEIS & DEA, +D"'V
BEST WORK IN THE CITY!l STATE ST. TAILORS,
'VPOR$KALLEDFOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK. -%140E-% fr j31
I'hSPCIAL RiATES To STUD1ENTS. CAL eADS EE ,ic
0dfflce. - 23 South Fourth Ave. TAL/IL-ILL ~J 2SOT TT T
0-O IDOWJ T rwowmL"T
Wie carry a lull line af
IOTAt LAPIES andJ GENTLEMEN.
lIESE 51TREET11 1SHOE,1101SE.
LEMMON & BOWDISH'"
ivrWAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN.
eeyStudent will save money by buying University Text-Books and all supplies at Ieadquarters. We allow
special discount o11 LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS, DENTAL BOOKS, ii, short, every Book usedill the
Unerelsity._)000 Blanuk Books at lowset prices.
LLE DING BOOK S~TORE IN THEL CITY.
ALL THE NIEWEST STYLESI The Cornell Clan Club.
IN- The audienlce which assembled a
the Olpera House last nighit was large
(P T A T H I H CT and aprciative. It was composerd
viJIA} II uN 'I
OF ALL KINDS AT
J. T. JACOBS & CO.'S,
27 ANSD 29 MAIN ST.
No.58 South Slain Street.
Pa~iring done Neatly and armptly.
Rotehmond Straight Qtit.
r Cigarettr 5mokers nha
arr willng to say a little
more than Ore price
et carged forIhe rdirlra-
trackCigarettes, ill find
The Rtichmorrnd Sraight
E N0.1 Cigarettes ira sudsfotrashle bright-
ol Otdelleately flavoaredl and Iighrrst rost
d Le-af growan in Virginia. This is she Old
it Original Brand of Straight Cat Cigarettes,
d hbrought rut by as inthr year 1875.
thnlreanhbelow is neand b revery pachage. a h
Ot the American TobnaoCa..
5liiaeta,.ers, - - Riehmsond, 'r ginia.
buni Arbor Savings Bank
Ann Arbar Michr. Capitl Stoct, $50,000,
Suga 5rrplus, esr00e.
015 ~nstate. nReceives Dpoaits, Says aird
V4, echangessoanthe principal eities ot thre
ida te tasis. Orafts cashed auponirorper
W. D. RuAnssiM.A ,Vice Pres.,
CHrAS. E. Hiscoca. Cashier.
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AT LOW PRICES.
Stoves, new sod old, large and
5155511, for coal, wood, oil and
gasoline, at J. E. Harkins', 28 E.
almrost entirely of students. Wrhile
thre concert svas a good one, it seas
a disappoinltrent to mrany. We
have so long been accustomied to
look to Eastern colleges as the in-
stitutions svhere everything is done
in just the righrt way, that, when we
do have a chance to measure our-
selves with them and to drasv coni-
parisons we are disappointed to find
that they, too, arc in mlany svays de-
fective. In this sense the concert
svas a disappointment.
Tire urandolin anrd banjo clubs
wvere very fine, tire tose anti shading
in most nisurbers beinig beyond criti-
cism. Mr. Gill is a mrost excellent
artist. Thet guitars svere weak arid
the cello seas of little adlvantagei to
tire club. Thre glee club programr
swas not very svell arranged, onre or
twvo selections being poor for a col-
lege entertainment. 'lie irrrmrrng
of the clrri, to catch the key, seas
unpleasant. In "D~avy Jones' tire
foil strength of tire club svas -devel-
oped and the effect very pleasant.
The svork of the club is inferior to
our own club. However, college
patriotism hras much to do with a
concert of thin kind. To an Ann
Arbor audience no songs can com-
pare with "Romeo and Juliet" and
"The Yellow and Blue." Whatever
criticisms may be panned upon thel
clrris, the general sentiment is tirat
it ssas a good corncert. Crome
again, next year.
The Colorado Alumni Banquet.
'fie Colorado brranch of the alumnri
association will hold its annual hanr-
qluet in Denver, to-night. The Den-
ver Tinres, tire editor of which is
WV. E. Birownlee, '85, and tire man-
ager of whlicir is Harry Hawley, '84,
Iran tire followving inl its issue of
March 28: "Invitations are now
being senrt out, and it is the inten-
tion to reachr every alrurnur and all
whro ray at any time have breeni conr-
Iected wih any of the d(epartmrents
orf tire i iiversity - It will be a
hrapriy season orf sorng and laughrter,
story andrem rniniscenrce of corllege
days at Anni Arbor. 'PTie
residleirts of Arri Ariror are a highrly
crulturredl class. Threy recognize
tire facts rrf existence in a
college towni, and if ill terlm
tinre they dio somretinres protest
againrst raids on fences. and signs,
they rio ipenance all vacation, svhen
tire boys are asvay. 'Tie CUriversity
is tire rost largely attended in the
country. 'lie library is tire largest
wvest of Nesv York. The faculty
include some of the beat known
educators in the country.
"At thre coming banquet it is ex-
pected thrat either President Angell,
Parofessor D'Ooge or Dr. Vaughan
will be present."
The querry arises, "How mluchr
will the Colorado alumni subscribe
to the Gym fund?" It is time for
them to fall in line.
LuNG'S MUSIC fOUITS
(37 Monroe Peve,,Detro ihatich,
'he Iargest Macreal kIc hanlisa IHause in
the State. Agens frIaMarlin. Waslhurn,
Blruan ld Renary Gaitars, and Doblson, Stew-
art andlBenary IBanjos. B~estSitrigs illthe
Werld sentSby mair toany add ressartas1Iicents
each eorsViorrn and Gritrlandrl10 ceais~eacli
DON'T MISS THEM
Millinery and Art Goods.
Wv. B. AwKINS, Prop.,
Special glees to Sturdenta. Glee us a .call.
IT WUI. PAY YOU. Shorthand Sehool, New
Bullalleg, 20 South State Street.