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January 08, 1901 - Image 4

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NEWBOOKS
WORTH READING
'eeCardinals snuff-box, Henry Harland
Xlthe Wing of Octslons, foel Chandler Harris
We Hearts Hilghway, Mary E. Wilkins
"Me Lane that had no Turni , Gilbert Parker
PeeFables, Gery Ada,
Mike osf014d Vincennes, Maurice Thosson
'ue Vhe Palace of the King, F. MariOn Crawford,
enga of thelrlorning. Eden Phillpotts
lihe Isle of Unrest, Hery Seton Merrimnan
AHlecdo of Cathay, Prank R. Stockton
nor, Mirs. Humyphrey Ward
'The Eapatrfates, Lillian fBl
Xfthe Above at Discount
Pric'es
' eehan &Co.
320-'S. STATE STREET.
You can get a
IOT LUNCH
AT
WETTFPTUV 9~

THE UNIVERSITY 0OkAMICHIGAN DAILY

Burchffield's Fine Tailoring Trade...
i Our yartorial skill iy equal to the best in the state
s of Michigall, EXCEPTING NONE.
flRTI5T1ICRLLX A" NECHAIfNKLLX
We will be glad to proveit to yo u,
i Truly Yours,
S. BU RCH FI ELD' 106 E. Huron

CALK INS

CHRISTMAS CANDIES
Lowney,s and Sparrow's in pretty
boxes up to $3 a box. We pack for
sh ipment or del iver i n the city with
out extra charge.

lRentschlev, the plhotographer. I

State Engineers Meet

,,,, 9 3 3 u.4r~ ~:c, Todiay the twety-se-ondl annual con-
- 538 youth State t. ve-ntioni of the iechigits Esciteriiig
Society comnmnces, lasting till Thurs-
day. This afternioon C. Everett Lill
eet u res of New York wilt reiview thse life work
VV ~of tlse late Geos-g BE. Waringi, street
Printed lectures for all depart- commissioner tof New York City. 'the
-ments of the University. Type- program for Wedniesdlay is as follows:
writing and Mimeographing. "The Available Water Power of
EDWARDS BROS. Mieligats. ande its Ee-omoisii-ll Develops-
;p3er yhethaail 5Stake Stats rii-'it," tRobert E. ttortese. Jr.. I?. S.
'_________________G______ ieologic-sl Sttrvi-y. Utica, N. Y."Mat-ls
RAE Asi isiS Clays of iMichi:;at," krif. Belos
i - alAlsioni, Mic-I., rl,Mitiufsirt '-
- ''E of Portlands Cement," Bernalrd L.
~. SAEBLR'S YCLEEMPOIUM, Greene, C. E., Clevelands~. 0.: "The Trx-
',STBLR S YLEEMO sUM tioni of Timber elandis,".. .. Hsslaiscll.
119 W. Washington St Mnstee, Mich. r-lsort eif cosmmsittee
Cla sses in Dancing > Fo. lry '.11
Reetaatrs-sdita ystcdsy attersa odtht-ssliji-st of roids
, ineros-LinO Saurday rnse - © 11d11alin sg or.ill lhe-di~bete, ansisin
h and saGentlemen Wedne-sdasy evess- t i. e' ilig C lisiais)an(-h cr 111 Closse thle
n(155vi shtots. S1seers will lie readsiby "«k
,-e"gam orle advansed cdosers Tuosday J. lisiser isf Pouftis,-, .Mis-i.; I. F.
dwoanee 8:30 Ioges 5of Sort Hiuroni, Mic-h.: hasd D.
ixclratchtissnns by Mr. or Mrs. RosGrangeer F. It-nrc# fDetroit
I-MAtltse lbasnquet tost.,will to-
s h , I 5llispded to be FrneN-i:Hloilglit 'of (11-
ssssx. Michl.; Johsss1W. A lsmansd of Chii-
! If ' - ss'; Hi.Hi. Wlitrcey of Basttle- Creck,
I . -' - - * Mich.: F. F. Rog-'irs of Poret Itisross:
- Dave Steele iif lGrand il Ipids: E. IW.
Meti-sls-s of maliiseti (_. Ills-el Wsilkise
C. E. BARTIIEL.L, Agent, of F--entn:Priof. 1L. Cotioley eif A1sts
iZ6 S tate St. Ann Arbor, ifch. .Arbor: 11. It. Alvo-o(f Clcvclsstd:
WHY DO T YOU Geo. S. Wells, of _71I ale.hPrif. ..B.
titYour Meals atid Lunches at
:tlssrsss (hicks, at IJALLEL'S JEW-
Oq~L~fIO CFE ElILY ___
OPEN ALL NIGHIT. S1 tIRsE ARE OTHIERS, SlBUT NONE
C-5WN ST., Two doors -east of Cook Housse. BETTER
a M. ARTIN.. Eoyal Tigers, 10c; Tigecettes, 5c.
FUNERAL YouIS Rnow xthe Place.i VLLER'S.
DIRECTOR
haZ<Sb lmag a specialty. No- 209 S.-4th Ablnengtaddy e
ws mbu2FithAvce. \ht nddsylder ~ weatber is col
51lt SN N lS~~ ~And with it col
Try The... Winter Garuei
NO0RTH SID E - WAGNER & GO.
LApR Can please yo
aoO Trof S IOWch Ph1one little things ek
5Nrd~ll~ll~51~good tailoring.

Dvorak te Vault for Northwestern
Track imen sit Northwestern Ussivers-
i4 y were elated at tihe news that
Chsarles Dvorak, champions pole vault-
er of the west, will enter Northweest-
tern Law secsool next year.
Dvorak at present is at the Ussiv-ers-
ity here and it was under the colors
tof the U. of M. flittlie broke the
western initercollegiate pole vault rec-
ord last Jnne and net the new mark
if elevens feet six inecses. The old rec-
iird of eleven feet eveti lid stood for
yeasrs, atsd was hseld hy A. II. Culver
of Northiwesterns. Many a time beforeE
hasd celebrated athsletes takeni a go at
ths record sstd only the summer
previous Powers of Notre Dame atsd
Ilerslsberger of Chicago tied at ten
feet tessiniehes, butt whentshle har
was laced at elevens feet otne inichs both
fsailed.
It re-masisni-d for IDvoraik to sesid
tlsis record up whsere in all likelihood
it will nsever asgain be touched unsless
by hsimself and Keesse Fitzpastrick will
try asss ee thsat hesashssles Clapip's
recorid of 1.1 feet 302 iichses dlrinog tlhe
coinsg spirinig.
Two ycsars iNs sll thast Dvorssk has'
spe-nt lhere, so lie ovill lie cligiles-fsor
tos eiirs sit Northswetern. bDvorak's
r-eson-s for chanisginsg usniversities arse
that heii-grasdusatesfrossethse Collegi- if
~ibe-ral Arts Isere nsext Jusse ansd is
takisg upl fle-stusdy of law lbe wasst
So Isesat sosse, where lic cass2-t thse
beiietit of offici- work.
BestS $3 bat made in the Howard.
Wadhatnas, Ryan & Reule, sale agentn.
:art Pietures for students' reoms, at
Scloall-,r's Booktore, 116 So. Main st.

Arbor" Match Generators
GASOLINE LAMPS
Bring in your old sacs sad let us make you
an offer.
The Superior M'f'g. Co.,
32155. Main S. near Willams.
Neadquarters; far Shade, Mantles sod
Chimaeys.
START ON THE RIGHT ROAD
The WABASH is the short
ine to all southwestern points
---St. Louis, Kansas City, Om-
aha, all points in Illinois.
Students Tickets at Low Rates
Homeseeker tickets to points
in Kansas, Asskans, Texas
and Colorado-on sale Tues-
day, Dee. 18. One fare pluso
$2.00 from hoasing points, Con-
sult agents.
R. S. GEEENWOOD, M. P. A.
Cor. Mtain and Huramstreets.
Capital, IMo,ieo. Surplus, $35,000. Trasats
general banking business.
N, narr,Prect. C. E. Gesos, Vice-Pres
FRED. H. tEnLana Cashier,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of AnArbor
Capital, $10,000. Surplus sad Pronto, $30,00
Transacts a general bankine business. Foreign
exchange bought and oold. Furaish tetters of
tredit.
E.D. KINNE, Pres. HAREISON SOUSLE,
Vice-Pres.
S.W. CLARKSON Cashier
The thin firhor Savings Bank
Capital Stoth, 150000. Surplus, $150,0e. .
EReourcecs, 51,500,000.
Organised under the General Banking Lax.
of this State. Receives deposite, buys and sells
exchange on thr principal' citi5es oe thcelUnited
States. tDrafts cashed upon proprr identification.
Safety deposit boors to rent.
OFFseERs: Chritian SMuck Pres. .3. Harri-
man, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. hisock, Cashier; 0M,
J. Frito, Asistant Cashbior
W. J. BOOsTn, PRFo. fT
W: AnOLDs, set Vico-pres , 1I~
J. V. SHEEHoN, 2d Vice-pies R IG
JOHN. C. WeLTZ, Aot. Cashier ~1IO
BAhNK

Asa

Transacts a general
Banking Business.,

miHO
mes thoughts oh
nksa
SImporting Tailors,~
ou in the many
at go to make up
121 and 123 S, Main Street
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JUT THE THIHQ lFOR TAKINQ LECTURES
SCH LEEDEF
TEMPORARY
ILII BINDER
Opens like a book.
111111Beaks the old string cover
EUS~Leekure paper 81b. for hoc
The best fountain pens $1
F. SCHLEEDJ3, - - - - - 340 South State

SANDOW'S
hLatest-Patent
Spring G0ip A
Dumb - Bells
THSIanSodow Spring Grip Doobh-Brils are
made in tea halves coeted by adjust-
able npriogs,thus forcing onerwhre aking ex-
ercise to hare everry mtuscer at its proper ten-
sion. Musny muscles arr also brought solo actioo
that weould ether-else lie dormant. Sandow
claims that thinsamethod of rxercise is superior
to all others.
No. No.
. Clildress',Pair,$l.25 14. Youth's, Pair $2.51
2. Girls' i 1.75 I15. Ladies' f 2.50
3. Boys, « 1e75 6. Mes' " 3.00
Cosmptetrin box with chart ot exercisr.
Fall and Winter Sports Caealogue Free upoa
A. G. Spading & Bros.
(Ineorpyorated)
NEW YORK CHIlCAGO DENVER

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