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TH B BI C H I C'A

This Space
Reser'ved
FOR
Sam Burcilfieki
:: &Co. ::
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN, Je wele r
ALARM CLOCKS 79c
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Fully Guaranteed
Watch Rape it ting aSpecialty
lTE FARMEIRS AND MECUHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital $50000 Surplus and Profits $lo0,OOi
General Banking Business. 3 per cent pate
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety lDe-
pos Boxes to rent an $2.10 and upweards
It. KesIen, Prens. 1l. G;. PRETTiYMAN, Vice-PIVn
H-. A. WILLIAMS. tCashier F. T. cSTwE. Assl
Tihe Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capitul Stock $0,0010 surplus Q2901,000
iResources $2,0),00
A Cleneral Banking Business Transacted
orriCERS: Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pros.: M. T1. Frito. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W0. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Wmn. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Tas. H. Wade E. F. Mills
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henry W. tiougla
Christian Martin Dan P. Zimmserman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
0F .ANN ARBOoR, MICH.
Et. 1). KINNE, iAltiiSUN SOU LE
+4 Pros. Vice-Pes.
S. %V. 'LAilKSON,i Cashier.
Capital, $1i0.000. Surplus and Profits, $50.000
C erman-AreriaR~avin s Bank
Cornmeroiea.1 >arid
Sav~ras
Canr. Mra.1na grad Libaerty Streets

1 large pewticr stein is lthe pri.zc for
the wineir of thc tridige cwhist our1)111-
miiit which tiegintti he l.lichican IUnion
clubi)hoiienceact liicslllir at7:011 P .m1.
Entry lisis tircpostcd in tic cluibi housc,
antI till bc closetd an tih ciiidof Ithis
weck. \l1111mbrs of the antion are1'
eligible.
IHarry Curtis,'NotreIDamic's liasceball
coach for ncivcral rcars lint rcsigiicil io
.Naiionlals.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
FOR REFIT.
Forncpit-Roomsoi edtn OO 11 .11 rd
fl oors5, sinle cor1asluie. Sitaimlicit,
K36 .td Uivcrsityive . 1P110ncijLiiJ
WANTED.
Waned-f--College mcii to act as agcents
dlurig summer. Gooid monicy for
right meii. Calt Bell 302-1., or iadircss
or call oii Geo. F. Browini, 619 F. Uii-
ccrsit'y. oif
LOST.
List-Taiiiier and Alens tAnalvoical
gcotiiicrs. Rciiarid if rcturiicdlt
pItlcri riiKocli. 118 S. Univrrityav.,5c
d~1114.i
AIISCEILAtNEOUS
tSostilit's ciiioicr, or rcpaircid at "The
Fotait Royal," 209 E. Liberty St. if
YOULNI'S tl.\'lS.
spring, ctyles iow ready.
TeStofoicSiylIe. MamiSi.
llargainsin i all kindsl of Unisversity
books at tic Snitenits' Bookstore.
Sheceian & Co. if
Try our $i Fountain Pen-Sheen's
l,cailcr is ihe best ever. tf
Theli'setior s at Illiiiiis uiveitr siti
thave pctitioiiediIthe faculty toibI ex-
tiiIi f endiof t se cocmecr.
Yotui will Liiidlourt'yieritin neati
t f. 3111S. Statc Si.soInflotic.

have tmil iific
dues Theii~iw
Te(Id, diedIt idc
liiiir r i till 1

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FORMAL EXPOSITION OF
S P6 I SUIT. OVERCOATS AND MIEN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Merk's Clothes
Itnii'' clilrecI' ioithin imiportantinecurance tt men.youngtomeiciasoi
uIo w, ii Itoicill yoiinespecial attention to ourni '-1 tftis eaoni
I i I i i easn) I .he suthienticity of rho sty lenitheir nelusive-
ni-s, an I )w Fat hattsicreiinhaimonsytwith thenvery latest .style
inomain frnithle Ifiratsouines. That these ate enneetia slut ici
woul vciv ci i iconsiiderationtit sgeneirally appreciatec. h esei
Sprin,1st1 1 iniiiit vecoats, Fancy W'S i Snirt- iandIFurnishings,
Ii 0 1ran iindexc.lusiteniess tiat nf all foieresseasons.
m we irecCt visitoes attention to the individuality tie hain thus
ic11i-d. sit Ialonin1'Suts and Ovecsoats, hui in oiii stock of mn's.
Ity' an il Idren'Is friskings skiowin in this F iiorat Spingi, xFsi-
J.F.211 SOUTHI MAIN STREET
fI tiel 11 w1 l.iiintilace ouamnteed 7 t" -Lae 3C0 South
OsFOR~UE VEES Lh.wadU (& an State Street
ihillese Clop-Siley Restanrant \Ve sith nellyoii a Typewriter. ett
ChineFts li hes,11stea~ksand chlops. you a tpwie.o oyu
A e i nLuitiches of all kinds. E'.,_ tP5tite rdoyti
i r>>tims lass for laidiindiigcstlen.nn typewriting hoe you.
514 S. STATE STREET,
Il.
Rowe's Laundry'g
TiHOMAS ROW E, Prop.
326 N. PFifth Ave. BT
titi Ii hr 1057 Sell 'hoont-i-
AT -rUTTLE & CO. ~Z S,~RS -
LuncJ Room Mii'aan
MihgnadFraternity Stationeryti'a
You can find a fine line of Confectionery specialty.
ATLOVELL'S
332 S. STATE ST., UPSTAIRS
Yoga eara% get
'iSweaters lilt 011e1 inoVshkatpe ouse ts
foiuiifancey lent 01 suiting-Dry cleaned
!iiii tall suiii dyed (Age'y Peters, Detroit)
Insnigniia, Nutierals, sewed on sweaters, etc.
N(.t(kie8nand lovhtecleaned
Situdenttiuoiling
M1ickigan pillows- Hannrs of all oilier colleges
Niotiions.ogas mnantl .s chimneys, soaps, towels
WVan give satisfaton Cone anad see ius

Dr.i I fli lii ii i
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ISPRING
SHIRTS

COAT SHIRTS--- uffss aaced
jplain en plaied frnsipaers equal in
t he higher prised goods
The biggnsi valse possibie $1. 00
MWade my saeoan n ufnsactuorer nthatsiakes
our betier sintnuo
WAGNER & CO. Stole St.

ISPRING
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FIFTY-SIXTH'iSEASON
SIUD[NTS' L[CTUU[ ASSOGIAIION
The Pi-ermier Lecture Course
of Americaek.
LIEUT. ERNEST h. SIIACKLETON
Who has reached iarthesnSounth
(ERALD STANLEY LEE
~i nenni Editor, Essayist, and Lenturnr

May Festi~val Reserved Scat
$3.00 arid $.
'nl el 1Cc srt
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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Limited Cars East Bound-_; :"a0a.i.. >1,
0110 p.im., t:50 p. m.
Limited Care Weat Bounad---t:24ia. i..
p. in., 5:24p. in., S:24 p.
Locel Care East Bund-).o.Deiroil, ::45 a
ni., and every linac to 10:4 r pit. To Yiisi'
lauiti, 5:45 a. in. antIhalf hourlycto:1 c.,
also 12:113a. mi., 13:30 a. ni. Is Oat a. I.T
Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Care West Bond-.3;45 a. ini.. a.
in.. and esveytwohouirs to011:1;1. itn.
FRATERNITIES
Silver Links
Scarf Pins
Fobs
Rings
Preiceih ttiI
WM. ARNOLD, _ CO LK
22o South Main Street.

Nwa
Whe areicit11112'
Thesoir tnient i Ri
oir stuck ihiis y, V :
anth twillnreidily 11111
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