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May 16, 1900 - Image 4

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN~ DAILY
'FeIe h utnmanr ftceot

GCOLF
If you want... .
DRIVERS, BRASSIE DRIVERS,
XtLEEKS, MILL IRONS, LOFT-
MERS, PUTTERS, CADDIE BAGS
'AND GOLF BALLS.....
'You can find them at

The splendid rcaiment of the Spring peeps forth."
It is with a feeling
Of pride which w e thinic pardonable that we inoite yonreaerly insopection of
ournew line ofSprinsg andlcSmmerOfferiacgsjactoreceived, "freshand tempt-
ingacoaseucut leaovesccl Natccre's serial sorey. Oove30110 pattercco teen the
Leading Tailor of the World. Salts and Overeoats . .
Tailor made to your measure
at the priceecf" lice nand-me-downs. . . .
L. C. GOODRICH.
Agenttfoe tche stTailorcaonEarth.FrontiRcoom oveeFiest tcioal Bank, AnncAeho
]DO - YOU $MWAOKE ?

4 Pittsburg Stogies for
G3 Bill Anthony Cigars for
4 Brunswick Cigars for

5c
25c
25c

Old Number:
h~'han'~ 4450. MAIN ST., DA O
*uheema's 44 NN ARBOR.MIHDEN 0w

We carry the largest assortment
'of all makes in the city. Onr
eJerks are up to dlate Golfers,
;,and will gladly give you any in-
formation desired in the pur-
chase of ontfits.
'We are Ann Arbor Agents for the
following well-known clubs:
-,WILLIE DUNN,
;McGREGGOR,
-HARRY VARDEN,
.SPAULDINGS and
MORRISTON.
Bring your old Golf Balls and ex-
change them for new.
h eehan &Co.
PROMOTERS OF GOLF,
--A SO. STATE ST. ANIN ARBOR, 'SICH
,L dof YBarber 'VAPOR BATHKS
Shop and Bath theCity. ea
Rooms1,32 STATE. J. R. Troisnowski
BCYCLES REPAIRED
PRICES REASONABLE
OWe age agcenta r chefamcous
DFI)YTON ICIYCLE
Calltandexamcine. Dectal taaoaolauac-
,aend ad repaird.
M J. WENGER, 113 E. Liberty, New Phone 553

Elocution in the Summer School., Calendar.
To coucrses icn elocution accd oratory Wedtneoday, Mlay 16.-Free coceert oin-
wiii be given in the sucnner session of der auspices of Kncightt Tetmplars at Uni-
tile University. The airst icncludes eer- versity hail.
ciseec in vocal eulftcre breathing, . May 17-t9.-Seventh annal SMay
Cposititon, Festival.
and techic of gesture;t protnucnciation WVednesday, May 23.-Michigan v. D.
ancd emcphasios; the Rash and Delsarte A. C., at Regents' Field, 4 P. ut.
phiilosophies, elemncts of quality, force, Fridcay and Saturday, May 25 acnd 26..
1pich nd ime wih ilusratons stdy-Third acnccal Inter-Scholastic Meet.
hithaco fneseth lltstatoct tstcdy Thursday, May 31.-MAieltigan v. Illi-
accd application of thle principles of ae- nois, at Regencts' Field, 4 p. tt.
tilot; delivery of sihort extracts front
mcasterpieces of oratory. Howard hats at Wadhams, Ryan &
The secontd course is entitled Shakes- Rcule. neat hat on the market at
peareant reading. Two of Shcakespceare's$.0 9-0 .Mi t
plays weill be read ancd critically stctdied.
Attention wiii be givenc to thte ticalysis of EXCURSION TO TOLEDO.
chtaracter, plot anod icidet. Grandcf pccicr Lake Eric Park antd'
\VANTED-Six or eight students to Suntda y May 20111, the AnAroral
act ac rubbers at thtetcter -Schtolasticodwil ' a xcrintAborsperal-
mee. oo py. Aply o . . YBrwne 41 opsn t.traino to Toledo and returnc. Traict oill
l~rorue,43ta .ottl~ottSt.leav e Annc Arbor at to :95 a. in. Fare
BANDNOTCE. for te routtdlrip, 75 cents. Oct that
BAND NTI CE. date thce Lake Erie Fary and Cdastnoc tie
WANTED AT ONCE-Twvo comtpe- mcost attractive summccer resort ins the
tenct clarictet splavers to fill thce vacanocies woest antdte pride of thce Ceintentnial city,
left icc 1cth.'' 4 owill be openoed w ith ait entertainmuent thIat
CLYDE THlOMFSON, ML gr. alonceovill be wvorth the price of act ex-
cursiocnc-tict. Donot tmiss it.

D. fl TINKER4 & SON~
HIATTEROS AND FURNiISHRS
Headquarters far
RATS, CAPS,tENa'S UnIenatots
and Complteotine of OvwcaAoeea
G~oons and SWEATERS.
AGENCY FOR LONGdLEY HATS
334 South State Stres
Coe. Main and Haeon Streets.
Capital, $50l,0.Sueplas, $30,0cc. Transacts
geaneral hanhing busciness.
R, KtEMPF, Per. CS . GaENE, Vice-Pros
FaEo. IH BESER, Cashir.
FIRST NTONLBANK Oganiaer 555
Capital, $100,000. Sueplus and Profits, n40,000
Transacts a geneeal banhing hasiness. Foreigs
exchage hought and sold, Purnish letters of
credit.
E.0D. KtINNE, PerRARRISON SOULS,
Vie- Pros.
S. W. CLARKSON Cashier
The Mfin Rrbor savinugsBank(
Capital Stoch. $50,000. Surplas, $150,.
Resources, $1,50,000.
Organized andes the General Banhing Laws
of this Stale. Reeieios deposits, huys and sells
echange on the principal cities of the tUnited
States. Drafts cashed upon proper identification,
Safety deposit haxes to seal.
Oa'cso Christian Mach, Pres. ;W. D. Harri-
man, Tie-Pros.; Chas. S. Riscock, Cashier; M,
J. Frit, Assistant Cashier
W. .OOcTH,PRSo. SIITF,
JW . SANOD, sdVicepes
J.an,.a.os Aoo2 st. Cashier SWlINGS
JOH. C WATZAS~BfINK
Transacta a general
Banking Bnsineas.
1' COLLEGIATE CAPS,
~' GOWNS andfjOODS,
Renting of
I CAPS apd GOWNS,
+I5 (ISPECIt$LTY.
41'; CLASS C(INES,
CLEEFLAGS,
CLASS STATIONERY,
COLLEGE PINS,
COLLEGE
SPECIALTIES
WOC KERN & CO,
4tt E. Pifty-Seenth St.
CHICAGO, tLL.
"A slice to
RO pipeful"
vaVF tj ' one reason
Tobacon ' why Old En.
_- , dish Curve
clu Cut pipe to-
bacco is no
" popular. . .
The curved
tin box that fits any pocket is another
reaaon. No other pipe tobacco has ever
nade as many friends in no short a time.
"It disappoints no one."

IT SUITS THE TASTE
;fg*pure fruit juices and delicioua Ice
Cean-f'he chief ef aummoer beverages
-AT-
HANGSTERFER'S,
ta~E. Washington SL. 316 S. Slain SL.
" yThe...
NORTH SIDE
LAU ND RY
THOS. ROWSE, Prapr.
'4O0n9lBreadway. 457 Bell Phone i

LOSTl-A.Deltai Gammoa pica set crit1
diattotds. Finoder retiurn to 1309 Wil-
loot st. anid receive reoward.
Or. Karl E. Gucte of lte departomenct
of phtysics sails Thcursday, May 17, for
Eulropoe sohere lheowill Isend thoe summotcer
in speeial study of lthe colterer atod of
polarizationl. Meowill read a paper oto
"Thte'Theory of thce Coherer" at the
meetinog of the International Congress of
Fhysicists icnFaris, Augitst 6-1t.
J. M. Davis, of Newo York, will be in
thte city today to instruct 47 stutdents owho
will opetod the summcnermnthtls ut going
forth and selling his streopticon viewos.
A new line of Manhattan Shirts
juat in at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule.
See them, S. Main at
GRADUATION FEE.
All candidates fur a degree in June are
requeoted to pay the graduation fee at
once on account of the limited fine in
which to prepare the large numblner of
diplomnas.
JAMES H.,EWADE,
FOR SALE-Reserved seats for May
Festival. C. E. Barthell, 326 5. Stale st.,
second floor. 74
A now line of Manhattan Shirts juat
in at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule. See
them. South Main street.

2MEDICAL CLUBS NOTICE.
Th'iere wviii be act importantt butsinless
meeCtinlg of tile Glee, Banjo and Mantdolin
clubs tonightt 'it 7 o'clock it roott C,
University hail.
T. R. WOODROW, Fees.
'02 BASEBALL MXE.N.
Thecre w1ill be a mteeting of thte '02
baseball mcent toniigiht at 7:30 ilntihe gymo.
Dr, Jances MI. Muncston of Traverse
City Hospital for the Insane twill deliver
the ltird of (ice series of lectures to tihe
senior mcedics today in tite University
htospital at 4:30 o'clock.
Parties having rooms to rent or table
board for May Festival visitora are re-
quested to leave their addreos at the
offic of the University School of Mcu-
sic.
The Ann Arbor, Music Co. have
some indiueements to offer stun-
denta on table board; also one suite
of rooms.
Students are cordially invited to in-
spect our crnplete linies of suits, over-
coats, men's furnishings and hats.
Wadhams, Ryan - Reule, S. Main at,
Dr. Robert M. Wenley will deliver the
commnenceement address of the Marshall,
Mieh., highc school, June 18.

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Opening of Spring Woolens]....
Woolens for the coming season have arrived,
the mast extensive line ever produced here
ia spread on our tables and now open for you
to make seleetione. We have made every
preparation to strictly retain the previo)us
standard of our tailoring and to promptly
serve our patrone. We eolicit your inspec-
tion at an early date,
WAGNER & C0., Tailors,
123 South Main Street.

A trial box will be sent to any one
anywhere on receipt of ten cents is
stamps. Address Old English De-
partmsent, The Ameriean Tobaeeo
Co., Ill Fifth Ave., New York City.
All dealers sell it.
SPALDINGS Official
Jlttic 600ds
Offiially adopted hy the leading
Colegcs, Scos and Athletic
Clubs of the Coantry.
Mass Mal Tennis
Feet Ball Athletics , c
Golf Gymnasiums
Spaldings Official League Ball
Is the Offeil Ball of the Natioal i
League aad ott leading collrge asso-
ciations. SpaldinsBasseSilBallstsfr 1955, 10t
sedom 'tao e A. G. Spalding & Bros.
arty addsoEo, RCHCGODNVR
SPRING WOOLENS
OPEN
FOR YOUR SELECTION

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SRING OF
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MIL WARD

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