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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-06

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THEI MICHIGAN DAILY

PAY YOUR CANDY
4 BETS WITH
GILBERTS
CHOCOLATES
Best in the World
60 to 80 cents
AT
QUARRYS
1Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds, Law Books,
or other personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Office at residence 331 K. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Hours :O8to 11:30 a. in., 1to 4:30 and 7 to
5 p. m.
ALL BUItNESS CONrIDNTIAL
JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Captat $50,000 Surplus and ProfIas$10S,Soo
General Banking Business. 3 percent paid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Bones to rent at $2.00 and upwards
B. KnMre, Pres. DT. G. PRPTTYMsAN, Vicer-Prs.
Hl. A. WILLIAMS. Cashier . T. STOW-. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $,;0,000 Surplus $290,00
Resources 5,501 SB0
A General Banking Business Trannacted
Orricints: Chas. E. Biscock, Prens.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pres.: B. J. Frito. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
US. B. Wade E. P. Mills
John Baarer Jno. Koch
Prof. B. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan P. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN ARBOR, MICB.
E. D. KINNE, HlARRISON SOULE
Pres. Vice-Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Capitkl, $100,000. Surplus and Profito, $00,000.
(mna n- mercalS * sJBask
Cormmerota.1 a.nsd
SeLvi51Sg
Con-. Maim~ ansd Libert-y Stroets

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
WANTED.
Woined-College men to act as agents
duriing summcr. Good money for
right men. Coil Bell 302-L, or address
or coil on Geo. F. Brown, 619 E. Uiii-
versiiy. gotf
Tooled-Siudenst who is a rapid asid
accurate stenographer and typewriter.
Part iimc work. Apply at the office
of Secretary Smith.
FOR RENT.
For Reiit-A frolntsoite, 710oIF. Csther-
isle; very reasosiable. Iniuire of
Lynsdons Photographer. 1o6-107.
LOST.
Loot-Browis purse. Return to 202 S.
Thtayer. 107.
MISCELLANEOUS
Swecotero ciii over, or repaired at "The
Palais Royal," tog E. Liberty St. tf
YOUNG'S IIATS.
(Noise better mlade.)
Spring styles now ready.
ALLEN'S CLOTHES SHOP.
The Store for Style. Maiss St.
tf.
Hargaiiis is alt kinds of University
books at the Sisidents', Bookstore.
Shcehan & Co. tf
Try ossr $t Fountain Pen-Sheehan's
ILeadcer is the bsest ever. tf
The sesiors at Illinoeis university
save petitiosied the faculty to be cx-
esisieteel frossinlsal examslinaioniDs st
tee esni of thse seconss sesmeter.
Yoou wil fiel outr typewritisig scat
sstd accusrase. We prinst cards assd doaice!
programis, atiu do enigravinig of slt
Agesncy L. C. SisithsTypeswriter.
1.IWADSKI AND LANE,
If. 310 5. State St., 211d floor.
Sssft washs lauinsderedsitse, 6 anst 8
cenits, 40 ceitt' per sdozess. Caissyoeuuso
seller'
'lendssisegfrese.
W. K. DUNN.
682a J. 636 S. Thayer.
Catl Moniday -aftersnooiss. sob tos).

SOPIIDUDRES D PLATL
FIRST YERTFAkit.
(Continued from 5'oge 1.)
o tosnof 38 feet 6incehes,slotbe
hind his snack of last wee.
The race between Cortis and Roiss, th
fisnalrunses isinte relayias ssaged-
ingly close. Ross jusstinsong is
to tse frosst. Thsis ees b rough.kite
greastest enssiuiassie of ithe me, tI
soise ibecomssissgsiefening as thelstw
resscirete traiseel. wills seih
tavin ans pass entavnag. I
juiisr lits duefeaeduithe juioenner
isn tse secossdlerounid of te les s rels.
The sesior lisdeatsedethledeits .
a tig osargini, De lekssnin iss lee la
briilliasnt race stingfrsehe l ties
Th lie 51555510:
(12), second;sel:Mttles is13),ssi .I~Is
tassce, 38 feet, (is lee.
35-yaseidsh-ssusiess e3),eflrst:1ps
iey (se3),sscsn;e mih,(1; ,iihiii
Tisne, 0o23
dosyarss ois hIdses-isiie 1)
fss i Itll, (e1i3), s lse esTh~ itcs, e
40-yascsi hisghs ses itls Co() s, 2)
fist; Piess 2)i ecn :Tis ~ it
tnissislig2)secn; ~ ns 'i
CthissfsHeih, o eet0 nclc-
foe seconsds. Hig uhi, I eel c)inches.i
Three-lasps-ss(12 '-fs S ih,
e12 , necesses; K rI 'lisler. 1,111
:-13 3-3.
Six tests- S l t,( ,fis tis
( 13), seconsds : S115al (3 ,t id
I re,1:4ii3-5.
Relasi-sSiphmoslit eaedf c -
mece 'to las e felie lt liles: I
eefeatsed 'l is esigiecrs
Manasseger ArthuriLswI oee t i liii1ii iii
tsesatrehas s ii neo teilc -i
issimorta t 5v susdevI itleshsisesw se el s -
torc' (if tse Mesti o pnsctMii-
Iaysigh fogriIss tie u sal iitie dils -.
"ras-ess- I lireacts, eaislofiwiscuhwill
lee a fietue', w lisis ake III)tisei r-is
telimoe-st -sesionl act ss c111ii h risn
moethiss.elais dlssta mi
sce bissi Te viiollsof i arb-
wiii lie fosunsesn at55 ctiowiclshsies 1 i f
anythsisig icluipsei-thei great5 axesim c
..large csssssny f iimsitletndI suel
modlslew.illpse e p reidsentationsof
famssessgsirosssiof isisirieandsis I ic
statuass- aodsthleise e is leutieel and
ssttlig. 'leT sle'st lislar of el week
thes muich expliedisi 'igaes"laugh
tng ]horses siill he- hee and tIelitees
wilt lie saseotsbe-,ses-ins'usesAItesr
Ithessilsis.

rORMA14 EXPOSITION OF
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Men's Clothes
I isic e- to this important occurance to men, young men and
b-- .e Gis ito leesl yossr especial attention to our display this season,
I iiiS ( v ci i-isiso-. The authenticity of the styles, their excinsive-
is7:; - se ii iect eliot they are in harmony with the very latest s.tyle
test iseti ieeelesses ele firot sources. That these are eosertials which
i eteie ever- consideration is generally appreciated. Theoe
'vs,-c s in stuit-, Overcoats, Fancy Vests, Shirts and Furnishings,
isutse t ie scoipel -snd excluoiveness ilsat of all former seasons.
Soi is dirsit s itosn' attention to the individuality wce have thus
essep sitd. seetalsuer in Suits and Overcoats, hut in our stock of men's.
b'suetd ciiildreesfusrniohings shoswn in this Formal Spring Exposi-
211 SOUTH MAIN STREET

L1hinese Chap-Suey Restaurant
Cineseluancy DisshiestassaidiChiops.
Amieican Luz i e isllalllkinds. Every-
till i-, fir ii l s for lies an d enilmen,
r ealsi l Ii5,cin-lu As nnssArbors.
3t4 S. STATE STREET
~oe's4L aundry1
IT-fOMSAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifthi Ave.

Zewaski L 10 South
ewadski & ane 3State Street
We will sell you a Typewriter, rent
you a typewriter, or do your
typewriting for you.
Michigan and Fraternity Stationery a
specialty.

NewcPhone457

Bll Phone 4571

AT TUTTLE & Co.
Liunli Room
You can find a fine linle of confectionery

332 S. STATE ST.,n UPS~TAIRS
Yosarra. get
Sweaters cot over into V shape or Vests
Yosus fancy vest 01' suiting-Dry cleaned
Vor Fall suit dyed (Age'y Peters, Detroit)
Insignia, Numerals, sewed on sweaters,-etc.
Neckties and gloves cleaned
Sident sms oding
Msi higan pilows-Banners of atl other colleges-
Nortiosns, gas mantles, chimneys, soaps, towels
We pgive satisfaction Consmsanci Mee ss

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bf you intend to buy Spri ng Clothes
ball means order
now before the,; rush' season is upon us. May' save you
worry and annoyance later.
WACNER & CO.

Importing Tailoss

Slain Street

ii

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a I

FIFTY-SIXTH SEASON
SIUD[NJS7 L[CTUR[ ASSOCIATION
i'iIIIsItNTS
The Premir Lectuire Course
of Americen.
q.JEUT. ERNEST H. SlIHACKLETON
Who has reaahed farthest South
GERALD STANLEY LEE
t~inient E~dtor, Esnsayist, and Lecturer
Watph tot the Prospectus Season Tickets on Sale $1.50

May Festival Reserved Seat
TICKETS
'sti
$3.00 anid $.00
> . . ; seats hbegisMon'aioe rn i n111, Ieb. 28
School of music
F AM I LY J THEATRE
_MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDINESDtAY IMARCH 27--8-9
Russell Sisters 5 Noveand A5t

Detroit United Lines
On information to Division Superin.
tendent Allen, 'Ypsitanti, of the Detroit
United Lines by officers of Varsity or-
ganizations of the movement, beyond
the capacity of the regular service, of
any group of stndents to or from Ann
Arbor extra earn and extra service
will be promptly supplied.
FRATERNITIES
Silver Links
Scarf Pins
Fobs
Rings
Prices iifsst
220 South Main Street.

MATINEES DAILY

2:30 and 3:30

a rc 1 / < ...Y..

Portrait Studio - 319 East fHurofl tret

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