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May 24, 1904 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1904-05-24

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THE MICHIGAN DAILlt

IWHEN IN
DOUBT
As to what to eat, drop ito
Pennycook's aud ask wbat is
being served that particular
day. You will be surprised
at tbe exteusive bill of fare.
It usually covers one or two
sherbets, tbree differeut kiuds
of ice cream, strawberry flops
aud suudaes sod strawberry
sbortcake, tutti frutti (our
own), anid soy number of fancy
cakes aud kisses. It's worths
trying.
TUESDAY:
Raspberry and Orangebherbet
WEDNESDAY:
Pineapple sod Lemon Sherbet

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State Savings Bank. GEORGE BISCHOFF,
II. Booth, DiSXCTOP.: h .V. Shieehian LORL5,T.
Its,. Arneld D)r. V. C. Vaughans
las 1t. Wade E. Ptills CHOICEl CUT FLOWERS & PLANTS
\.. 14 tyr John Hiaarer
.no. t cet Prof. Hl. S. Carhart Chaptn St.. between tiaron St. and Milter Ave.
[,rank P. Olacier Christian Martin Phone 809.

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Pennycoo
6iranger's ACDANCING
Office fHus-:
Mr. Granger will be a tey obiclro
7 toi locevnin g.s (extng;un. lay).
Frconm 9 anmIt 5 p.m.Plon No.owl
reach him.
YOU CAN GET A
~uotLunch
AtTattle'e, 338 S. State0
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HOCKINGContinues Its Excellent
II CKI~iiVA[[III IY TRAIN SERVICE
--YOU WILL FIND-
FOUR TRAINS DAILY- FROM TOLEDO
Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains 1
UNION DEPOTS IN TOLEDO Ah~ti
AND COLUMBUS. IL. W. LANDM1AN, G. 1.A.Deri
TAILOR got bold of so Englisb
Coliege Sack the other day sod
copied itl Don't blatnehim.
. Nothiig on tie fashion cards half s
graceful-that's just one feateure about
I our clothes. Lots more besides exclu-
ness however. Thiere's the real custom
finish-the hsand work oii lapels-icc the '
front no time collars-the extreomely
; ultra sbape of all time garments- the fig-
tires but iiito tbe costs to lenid agnod
za physique to soy Young Fellow whi
neyit! Wrougbt for icest oii the it-
- side and the osutside of college. Thei
titice is level, tool '
1' Fine Line Fancy Hosiery 25c-50c
New Line Necktwear, lust in, 50c
Staebler & Wuerth i

Correct Clothes for Men
T doesn't matter
whether you're
s long or short,
stout or thin,
small-limbed or
- - large-limbed, we
can fit you per.
:onyriehi 1903, A. B.&tiC. f e ct ly in the
clothes bearing this label
AKfd ERS min CNEW YORK
Ample outlets in all their gar-
ments make them easy to alter.
Style, fabric, and workmanship
receive the same careful attention
in the hands of their clever design.
ers and expert custom tailors.
Equal to line custom-made in all but
price. The makers' guarantee, and
ours, with every garment. We are
Exclusive Distributors in this city.
CUTTING, REYER & CO.
iog=iii East Washington St.
Peters9
Originial Milk
Chocolate
Is the finest eatlig Chocolate
to be bad. It containcs
the Swiss Milk wh'ticb
gives it a r ichniess peos-

(Continued from page one.) University students desiring to so-
osh the championhip game was a care positions to teach will find it to
clean-cut one of scientific halt, of their interest to write to James F.
which beoth the teams which played, MhcCulloiugh, 639 Fine Arts Bldg., Chi-
anit the coaches who trained them, cago. tt.
nmay well lbe proud.

N A."a The present senior team has won Chaffing dishen at Hailer's Jewelry- seettt10olir
the elsampionshipt for two successive Store. tf. -
e years, and three years ago they were
inly defeated hy a small score in the Complete stock of Washbun, Martin, 10 Cents Up.
f5inas.T 'he work: of this lean han at- Regal, and Waldo Guitars at lowest
ways been good. The members stuck prices. tf ' C l Li T~ ij -
ho the plractice work all throogh the C ~&.
ecollege coorse as is rarely the cane. TEACHERS WANTED. 324 STATLE ST.
Ini additilo to good team work, the
seniors hail the advantage over all the Seniors, do yoo specialize in Latin+
Trim Above other class teanis, ot very superior or German? We can interest you. + " "+'''i-'-'-
an 'hieight; this enabled them to reach WRITE A. T. Pearce, 615 S. Ingalln,
and - te ithotdiftltty halls which the girls U. of M. representative of Lewis I
N eat Feet )f the' othter teamos had to jump for, rteacher's Agency.-o
nreothetes thtuearendt of tcourse gtve them a great ad-
BRIGHITON FLA GARTERS rnalrtaege. B~oth the jonioro and the Chafing dinhen at Halter's Jewelry
CAPlhmreteams ore capable of very Store. tf. ® as
FOR 'lEN leat wttrk houwever; the team work of
Teaterso ta I-ht ERta an otPrF. Tiefao Binon lat aspi 1w 11111is lprobably qutite eqoatlt tha inCat exchanged by mistake in
makhes the onrere simple, secueend ntiso t the senior teom. Both were handi- ethat ala 2 .Lbry.,-
lttly comfortable. Mode of on.e riees ''l SeI btysize but next year will see
peslk eswit ni.lcelyrimmi nseehts
cnnrs o . 55 iceuo2csn o. series of ganeres.equal in skill to TUESDAY AT GRANGER'S.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO., ltttse playetd this year ( acco~rding to
718 MarktlStret Philaeia~h~. all signs.) Program of dances as usual 85'"." r " toso ioerSsedrs "" .}
1o'lcteewlcotnetl °°"BALL TEAM LEAVES TODAY close of-school, Jose 54. The regular
______ assemblies continoe to Jocie 25th -
This afterooin tte 'Varsity baseball 67-68 ItOSS GRANGER.
0 = 0-4 0 "0~team testes on the third trip of the Mnoi tig 0 e ul CNII rll ikTh~
$flUNIVERSITY BAN- Pd5Icll. Tomorrow afternoon they Mnoi tig 0 e ulset,Ne Brnwc -T b s
IG ACADEMY i ill meet the disciples of Stagg on the Banjo strings 25c per full set Guitar
Ma I SaeSi roon's own stamping grotind. Sat- strings 30c per full set. Violin strings fA I~
IantI on Monday, Decoration day, they tf ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO. Flue Cicars and Tobaccos
_croon halo with Cornell at Ithaca. Sat- JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Stale St., S.
urday's victory has pot new life into Chaffing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
O I C NT A LIE the tesm and they are going after all Store. tf. I haee just rceived the largest and finent
010C N R L LN Sthree games with the intention of Tukih iaettso ndPie
DIRECT LINE winning. All the menarinfe con- Vibrossage - At Trojy's. It's TrihCgrte n ie
DIETLN itton. great tf. eer brunglit Cuo the city.
TOLEDO T O COLUM BU~iSFieLnhsnCoeco.
TO LNOTICE Fresh Lowney's, Alegrett's, Spar- Eerythinug Neat and Clean.
_____ Any independent who will take eare hog's Pharmacy. tf.
of a viifing athlete doring the Inter- COQFFEE
PICKWICK BILLIARD ROOM. scholantic meet, from Friday noon on- ..Complete stock of Brandt, Waldo, 'f~fT
AND til Saturday night, will he given tick- Washbun, Regal & Martin Mandolins M OC A AN4D J
BOWLING ALLEY. ets to the content for both days. on hand. . Prices the lowest. tf
'Any wishing to do no will please _________OurOwnms5Ronssttesg
neutify by Thorsday evening, Charles SUMMER WORK Alwsays fr'esh 280 per pouanda
UIRSY YA NU. E. Hayes, Inter-nchotastic Manager, 214 Maiat. DEAN ft. CO.
707 N.UvmSYAEE. 407 E. 'University street Telephone Stodent agentn wanted for Mc-
___ 582. Clurens Magaoine. Large commisoion. *se* eee .+
Wm,. lbocbretn, Cash prices for bent work. Eany. THOMAS ROWE, Proprihetor
I FRESH ENGINEERS, NOTICE Dignified. Write now for full partic-
___ulars. 141 East 25th St. New York jUJ 1 11
______ __Pumber,_LAUDRYI
an tr j~L be, A meeting of the 1907 Engineers, City. a 17-e. iR'-WE 'S Rom10 ldIlgnu1n bidig
steam , SRSJitt~er. I Wednesday, 4:00 p. mo. Important JOB PRINTING- MEYERS, 215 326 N. 5th Ave. Bell Phone 457.
Vbone 667. 303 Z. SMate !5t All ot68-69. Main St B. Phone 281. _________________
EX1C LUSIVE NOVELTIES IN SPRING SIINGS
121-123 South "alin Street WAGNER F." CO.
WEJ ARE NE VE9R UNDERSOD-GOOD YEARS DR UG STOQRE

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