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U. of M. Daily, 1900-05-07

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GjOLF
If yzca want... .
ZI.1VERS, BRASSIE DRIVERS,
LEEKS, MILL IRONS, LOFT-
lS, PUTTERS, CADDIE BAGS
AND GIOLF BALLS.........
ceau n find them at
S3heehan's
We carry the largest assortment
.= a1 makes in the city. Onr
cleerks are up to date Golfers,
and will gladly give you any in-
formation desired in the pur-
chase of outfits.
We are Ann Arhor Agents for the
following well-known cluhb:
WILLIE DUNN,
r cGREGGOR,
HARRY VARDEN,
SPAULDINGS and
MORRISTON.
iBring your old Golf Balls and ex-
change theme for new.
Seehan &Co.
PROMOTERS OF GOLF,
usa SO. STATE ST. ANN ARBOR, tIICiI
'H. of Y Barber TVAPOR BAi TS
Shop and Bath the City. Rea-
RoomS,322 STATE. J. R. Trojansaski
BICYCLES REPAIRED

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN~ DAILY

"Fleet now the sullen mursaurs of the north
The spendid ratment of the Sprtng peeps forth."
It is with a feeling
Of pride which we think pardonable that we invite yoor nasty inopection ef
our newline oftSpringant andnumer Offeingnjastreceivd,"frsh aadtnept-
iag on the ancust leavof'etNatures's seial ntnny. Outs N(0t pattensntromathe
Leading Tailora oftshe Waste. Suita and Overcoats. .
Tailor made to your measure
at the prite of the Hnd-etn-don .. .
L. C. GOODRICH.
Agent tor the test TailorsonEartth FrortlRoomaoveFirstNntioualtBank, AnArho
Creseent Orient
Sterling Fowler

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CYCLE EFIPORIUM

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iiq West
Washington Street

DO YOU $1'iKE4?

4 Pittsburg Stogies fogr
6 Bill Anthony Cigars for
4 Brunswvick Cigars for R
Old Number:
44 SO. MAIN ST.,E
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Demonstrations btg Dr. Lombard.
Dr. Watrretn P. Lotmbard, professor of
physiology inthie tmedical departmtetnt ofc
thte Utniversity, attensded tlte Fifth Tri-
ettnial Congress of Amtericana Physieiants I
atnd Sturgeonts, hteld itn Washtington, D.
C,-\Iy,2an 3.Ithseto inphtysiology lte gave tltree demsonstrations
as fllewss (z) A Convettient Formt ofn
Pressure Bottle, (a) Apparatuts for Re-
cording Contractiotns, bty Localizedl Uni-
tsolar Excitation of Nerve, of Isolated t
Nerve-saiuscle Preparatiotts, (3) Ad
Chteap Sutpport for tfattd Druttms. Be-t
sides thte titree demonstrationts Dr. Lott-
bard read a paper entitled, Eartht Cur-
retnts Spreaditng frott Street Car Cir-
cits.
Miss Anita M. Lute, otto for tihe pactI
twro years tas acted as tprepsaratosr inth leI
zoological laboratery 5of thse IUnisersity,
hsas receittly beets isade prepsaratosr inte tt
zoologicatil aboratosry of Colutttlia Utti-g
sersity, Nesw Yortk."
ChtssG. Leeson, 'ot E., hsas s etredl a 1
goodt possitiotn for thse summtser wsshUthle
MtcCortmick Hfarvesting Machitne Co. s
PHIYSICAL IELA \I. JXS.
I iwill be at tbe gytmnasituma eacht even- I
itto fromti7 to 9 o m ater newv or cot-ta-

- - - . 5c
- . . . 25c
- 25c
)EAN c&.CO0
Calendar.
Wednesday, MNay g.-MAicsigan v. Chti-
cago, at Regents' Field, 4 P. to,
May 17-19.-Seventh annual May
Fnstival.
Wednesday, May 23.-_7licltgan v. D.
A. C., at Regents' Field, 4 P. to.
Thursday, _MaY 31.--Aichaigant v. glli-
nois, at Regents' Field, 4 P. mt. fi
A numaber of textbook and olter ar-
icles bare been fountd in the gymtnasiumt
dutring thteswinter. Owners may get
heir property by calling at msy office.
KEENE FITZPATRICK.
A new line of Mannattan Shirta
ut in at Wadhams, Ryan & Rents,
See them, S. Main at
Tht Latnsintg alumitta:ssociationt of thte
University wsas formsed Apsril 24. Fol-
losrinig the organizitng of ste associatiots
was a bantqtuet at whlichs tlice Frankl A.
looker of ste sttprettecoutrt tpresided.
:'ontgtose whio resonsdedl to toasts
were tary BI. tlttcrlisg sotftthe lawsde-
tetsf thseLitiversits , Josephlt1I.
M1oure tf stecsremtscoeuti, Sasststl L.
KilboetyCl Eatres'e E.ltesttest andtl Mr-
stss H ILEtots.
A complete line at Adtor tEroa. fOne
oito at Wadhanas, Ryan & Reute, I00-
u3 S. Main nt.
lil. Roet C. Bousrlantdof itsetleical
epst trt twiltls isitlst urote dutritng
A e-atittnitg thteantomsttical ittrs-
tries o~f Ensglttndl ttdl (ermtstatssandthe
taborastur} trVXiettna.
The Ann Arbor Mical Co. have
ante inducementa to offer stu-
enta en tattle hoard; alao one suite
) rooma._
sect ettncry'tosol grindter for thte tma-
-inte shot s b~ ectsdesigntecdsy tte
tuttcts ittttecttgittcerinsg dtepartmtttt
)f thse Uttiversity. Both thsetdesigtns andt
te tternssserrettsadehrystte studcets
ttnd they trill do thse greater Isart of thte
vorle its buildintg the mainutte.
A new line at Manhattan Shitrts just
a at Wadhams, Ryan & Meute. See
hnem. South MfainateeL.

D. fA TlNKB4R & SON
HATTERS AND FURNtSHERS
Headquarters fr
HATS, CAS, Men's FNISNaSaa
and Cmpeteineaf OynNAsxx
Gans and SWAEaS.
AGENCY FOR LONLY ATS
334 Suth State Stret
Can. Mats and tHuron Steet.
Capital, s0,00. Srptus, 50,0i0. Tasat
geneal aning busines.
R, Sexps, Frs. CE.tGaaEN, ie-fre
FaED. H BESERa Cashir.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN K or ndr2
Capita, t100,000. Srpus and Pofits; td0,00
Transects a geneat aning busnsss. Foreign
enchange bought and sod. 'Furnish letters of
credit.
E. D. INNE, Pres. HARRISON SOUtLE,
Vie-re.
S. W. CLARKSON Cashie
TheflJirHm M or Savings Bank
Caspita Stek. 50,. Srpls, 515,00.
Resorces. sl.uO.Os.
Osgnied ndes the GeeratIBanking Laws
of thia State. Reeies deposits, liss and sells
exchangsen the pincipa cities at the United
States. Drats cashed spn popes identitatin,
Safety depoit oes ta ent.
Oreceast Chritian Mrak, Pes. W. DOHari.
man,Vice-res.;s sChat. E. Hiscek Cashes; S,
J. Frit, Assistant CashierF
W. AaasL, 1st Vicepee
BRINK
Transacts a general
Banktng Buiness.
M aers of
COLLEGIATE CAPS.
e GOWNS and HOOS,
f~Rttles of
CAPS ad GOWNS,
Efl SPECI(ILTY.
CLASS CNES,
COLLECE FLAGS,
CLESS PIPES,
CLASS STATIONEY,
COLLEGE PINS,
COLLEGE
SPECIALTIES
W.C, KERN & CO,
41t . FitySer th St.
CHCAGOt, LL.
C~yRVEC& one rao
Tobacco why Old En.
A e - agsh Curve
Ct pipe to
bacco is so
o The curved
tin box that fits any pocket is another
reason. No other pipe tobacco has ever
made as many friends in so short a time.
"It disappoints no one."
A trial box will be ent to any one
anywhere on receipt of ten cents in
stamps. Address Old English D-
partmsent, The American Tobacco
Co., Ill Fifth Ave., New York City.
All dealers sell it.
SPALDINGS Official
JAtbletic Goods
Offiialy adoped y ths seadit
Cllges, Scoolsla nd Aleticn
Clubs at th Contry.
..EEYc SanEn FO..
Rose Ball Tennis
Fet OBal Athletics
Golt ttymasum
Spalding's Official Leage Ball
ts the Offial Bal of hs ational
Lagae and al leading nlege ant-
iatoos. Spaldings Bass Ball Gide fs o 100, 10
Hftaseoi-Ca at'e A G pal dig & Brs.
any aitdr, NWY."0.DEER

SPRING WOOLENS
R OPEN
FOR YOUR SELECTION

'PRICES REASONABLE
Wkteas.e5getssfor the famotus
fXYTON 5IOYOLE
s\<o'nd exam.aia ntlttosotsmacufac-
tr-d ansdrepaiced.
t55 z. WENOER,113 E. Liberty, New Phone 553
'D)'
AT HANK'S

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tarative examittionis.
tf KEENE FbTIZPAiTRICK.
Meslvlille1Il. IBigelosw,.otBtt ons, a noti
residelecturer itte lsladepatmsessi,
is tioss gtttug s Couirse tOf lestr -CS ttn
thte tsjectf "Itisitratice."
Parties havitng rootms to retit or tablec
board for Mfay Festival visitors are re-t
qtuestetd to less-c their address at the
ofic of the University Schsool of Mut-
$$YVAC ATION$$,
Youitcaii tell itt a day iwithoust a cetit ofo
expetise swhat yotr~s-acationt isill lie rortht
it $ $ if vest ssant to wrk. Call at 226c
12th st., frott 12 :3o to 9:30 P. li.. except s
Satutrday. 65
SENIOR'S NOTICE. a
There swill be a mseeting of the, senior
class in roomt C, Mlonday afternoon, 4:13
o'clockc, to hear reports of cuttmnittees
and tratnsact business. i
E. S. CORWVIN, Pres. t

sahers yan, can retresh and resuscitate
thmaost jaded apirit on a warm day,
allfa our flavors, combined with our
tellaZous Ice ,Cream, are the cream 1t
"he fountain.
3 16 S. State St.
K200 E. Washington St.
TryThe....
t4ORTH SIDE
,r LAUNDRY
SITWOS. ROWS, Frop .ti
5535015'53.eadsway. 457 Bsll Phsone

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Openin~g of Spring Woolens.....
Woolens for the caming season have arrived,
the most extensive tine ever produced here
is spread on our tahlesa and now open for you
to make selections. We have made every
preparation to strietly retain the previous
standard of our tailoring and to promptly
serve our patrons. We solicit your inspec-
tion at an early date.
WAGNER & CO., Tailors,
123 Sooth Main Street.

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MIL WARD

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