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March 08, 1910 - Image 3

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_________________THE MICHIGAN DAl

This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam Burclifiedd
Ann Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS 79c
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Fully Guaranteed
watch Rep.eind Specal ty
THE F'ARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURPON STREETS
Capitol $50,000 Surplus and Profits $100,O0
General Banking Business. 3 per cent paid
an Time and Savings Dseposits. Safety Ge-
poos Banns io rant at 12.00 and upwards
R. KEMPer, Pres. 11. G. PanETTssAN. Vice-Fees.
H. A. WILLIAMS. Cashier F. T. STOWE. Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock 030,000 Surplus $290,000
iResources $2,F0,000
A General Banking Buasiess Transacted
UFICEReno: Chas. E. Hiscock, Fran.; W. D.
Harriman. Vice Fran.: M. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jano. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. V augh an
Tns. H, Wade K. F. Bills
John Haar Jno. Koch
Panf. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Gouglas
Christian Mtartln D~an F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN AROR, MICB.
E. . KNN, ARISON SOt'LE'
Pres. Vite-Fees.
S. W. CLARIiSON, Cashier
Capital, 0100,000. Surplus and Proits, $00,000.
Lerman- merican avints Bank
Coomrrercli..I an~d
Cot-. Mainm and Liberty Streets

DOOMS RADICAL PLANS. SIMPLIFIED SPELLING ANDl
D-OW A SENIOR USED) IT.
(Continned team Puae1.1)___
they believed regardless of the conl Mr. Bluebook Mac sert his hiresof
sequecces. "Have some faith, it need hint devils o111 to torent 1il lI1tn
n01 he mite, hut hove some faith. Has-c seiiioe during the list semtersis s.
a great optimismc and hope. The sworld Nose what a fate anwails th ose whlil
is icesing. Ge of ihe arnie thai is cot- cii their examis tito its ithe powes ii
iiig it and y0o1 nill hate a great joy. sate lieen laitidowini tha ithook ah ii
Let meni revile yol t oIu wh1iikow which so little is ktnowniiand wischctli
iin yorr titanof starts thsat von arc do- lains so m111h1 t1at1ouightito beknower
iiig theitine will of yotir Creator." -the literate anttuetttsmeint.
Somieboudyin loonitg litcr isb -
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING hooks happencecitoithutikof a rue ini
5IANTED.inteliigblsetibltbooks, andilwhen ilii))lon
tWaaed-Coltege nien to act as agents iitup "Afunditin o l ac k hartt ifaIced
dutring suommer. Good mconiey for writteit sork ofasudn eitMS
right oitii Call Dell 302-L, or adtdress defective in Englisht is cxpecitetor-
or call oii Geo. F. Drowni, 619 E. Viii- part tie ease, toigethiet sithiii lin 1 i
versity. 9otf calrletitttttts tiitli
FOR RENT. theDeati antihis professortf ii t~rc
_________-Li___t__suite__and__single__room.__tiositltsrk 1i5compoitintit iit,
Furitace teat, all amodelrnit mplrove I credit.'
itittts. 901tIF. \asltittgotits. Dell The intruticrithoughtiti t he I -chi
494 L. to8. tunec requtiremtti rganain ii
- lie thoughgtiofetletDeiausait thi ii i-
LOST. fessitr ittrhtetoic;adthnh Ioa
if thit resut of leting t it l'I
Li'l s tikssandtichains frtottigoldlseniir lutiste tiponthti it- iltssiti
statcht-fobs. Initials "H. It. P." ott uitosrld i siwt itt cmandtif1 ii 1.1 isi
chiarmt. Rewsardl. R-eturntotii-. R. a Seystettiof sptillitit itiflingtit th
Potrtr, 1335 Geddies ite. Delilitthtne usohstcte.Tihenilie sent to th
120-. 08 CmistifttittteeonDeiqet it iii i thei
MtISCELLANEOUS sometoii tth im ratpt ip iiithei sde-
.S'sctlcers tilt ovtr, or repaired at "The tiit i~~t itssi-.'.
Palais Royal," 2o9 N. Liberty St. if ite' itittimeditely iselt it x
ecu_________________ tivet csessititanditilhetrie ligislted
YOUNG'S hATS. that ssomiethtingtgti lt bedonito
( Notte sitter imadle.) itresersve the gloriiousitnametitandii iI 't
Spring styles tnows-ready,- tion oft hitrihtidepartinciit. m]i
ALLEN'S CLOTFIES SHOP. somtinttg wstshuts.
'Tli Store for Styit. Mai St. l1ir it uuil~isthtil~
_____________________ iiti ean iEgilihas site is witi, anitsl
Dargatins in all kinds of Untiversty slit is spike."
ebooktsanat .the Sttitentts' tfBookstore. ets reduailn howltie witeandI i I i
Try our $1 Fountain Pein-Sheehan's__
Leader is the best ever. if
LATVE SEN IOi iiiII'S 'jis
Yonustill fitd otir typewvriting teat :IAES I-NI N I IllN N IN I
anid accurate. Vie print cards andtiiane
iitoio'.tts. 'itnd do enigravinig of all Gatihe-ed Itogete-fo h irtil)1
kintds. sice gradutin aott or- ioc t
ACgency L. C. SmttithiTyewsriter. enjotedi a ibeef siiitea inter Iast iSat-
ZEWA3SI tAND LANE, ilday citiig. Peiet1 e'vc- k
tf. 310 S. Slate St., 2n111fdoor. Veddter. ickfontel' -lit,;(
bricutyhis aing(' rciCS :d
Sotltwatsh latutdesred'tlshirts, 6 aniii Shei- the roleliif-toastmastersit lls d t r -
ti-tit,40 cents plioenbt. t'ani iiiuiiio tllyiandstoriies fromitheili~ iii I ir.
bietir' T'li e vi eningti itas 'passe sii I str?
l-lendtitng fri-u'. i v~ts l alumni tatlitii gs i 1<
Wi. IC. IUNN. iticmake thitanue a i ii 1 trt'n
Call Moniayiae fternoontis. io6- ouj presenti yili.

FORMAL EXPOSITION OF
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Men's Clothes
In i'cei'iii'i to this important occurance to men, young men and
boys Nve lislito ilici your eopecial attention to our display this season,
tie-'-. s ituliie~'.Teatetctoftesyeterxlui-ante factthat they are in harmony with the very latest style
iiit ini otfo I ttifitirGstsouorces. That theoe are essentials ashich
woul I 'lsii e ti sty to nsideration is generally appreciated. These
;pist-s±}'h-t iii Stilt'-, Overcoats, Fancy Vests, Shirts and Furnishings,
out ratuk im s'opetiand exclasisenesotnat of all former seasons.
'So w is"reict visitors' attention to the individuality we have thos
irnpati itI alonte in Stilts and Overcoats, hat in one stock of men's.
bo' il's ithci ldren's fuirniohings ohown in this Formal Spring Expooi-
211 SOUTH MAIN STREET

Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
5'xi -i '-'iim.t.iesofialltindls. Bery-
j I i s ss f it- fr tailts tutdgenttlemten
Clme i ce iAtn Arbor
314 . 8TTE STREET
ee's Laundry
I THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.
Niw clonte 0417 lell Phonae45-I
AT TUTTL.E & CO.
Lunc h Roome
You canofiad a liar liar of Cofectionery

ow ManyTrips
Mak aundry?
Makthem and urn -- Corliss
Coon Collars outwearoitliers. They
are strong, hand made collars.
Absolutely, you aan-
not get beaierapa
pearseestyle, fit
FIELD CLUB
TINKER & CO. J.F. WUERTHSC0
3B4 State t 211 S. Stain St,

LOELL'S
332 S. STATE ST., UPSTAIRS
Yoeax gee et
Wieaters cat over into V shape or Vests
'Youri fancy vest at' suiting-Dry cleaned
itttr Iall suit dyed (Ange'y Peters, Detroit)
Insignaa Nunmerals, sewed on sweaters, etc.
Ne'ckttes and gloves cleaned
ititteit so ding
;Mic higan tillows-Banners of all other colleges
Notuitosgas mantles, chimneys, soapo, towels
7 e g'-Ve satisfactioe Come aced see uns
ISPRING
SHIRTS

ISPRING
SHIRTS

ICOAT SHIRTS--ufsntteackhed
-plain or plaited fronts-pattuurns uali Si
the higher priced goods.
The higgest naluen possihiueSi1.i0
Made hp same umanfacturer that makes
nur helter shins
WACNER & CO. StateaSS.

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FIFTY=SIXTH SEASON
SIUD[NTS' [[CTUR[ ASSOCIATION
PRIESENTS
The Premier Lecture Couzrse
of Arneric.
LIEUT. ERNEST H. SHIACKLETON
Wino has reachad farthest South
GERALD STANLEY LEE
timinent Eiditor, Esasayist, and Lecturer

May Festival Reserved Seat
TICK ;TS
$ 3.00 arid $.a0
t I ;I > eat s i tts Iii' ulu t 5 sorit tgii Fe1.).2
School f sc
We are shiowing an sxti.tasve titusi Vt Woole nstrSprinig.
The assoontimenit comiprisstverythuingts-utii s tutiindsoboby iun
design, rcolor and quality. WVt 1.11siithout exoggeeralioul
otur stock this year is theio 10t t-satcltus' tIIwe ha einvershiowun,
and will readily tappel 'o lathuemti ati ular Gut urson

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detrt, MAnSArbor sad
Jackson
Limited Cars EastI Snad-7:sO a. ni., hill
4;50 p. in., 7:50 p. mn.
LimitedS Cars Wees ouned-tuB4 a. in., 22
p. ia., 5:2t p. i., 8:2p, i
Local Cars East Bound-ti~etuolt, 5:t5Oa
in., and every houreto 10:45 pas To Ypsi-
lasti, 5ti4ta.si. uad half hoariytoiili 5p. at.,
also 12:15a. m., 12ao0a. . i. °0a. as.'To
Saline, chinga at Ypsilanti.
Local CaseWesl Bound-5i;45a.ain., 7:15 a.
inand every two hours to 11:15ap.in

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FRATERNITIES
Silver Links
Scarf Pins
Fobs
Rings
WM. ARNOLD, EWLE
220 Sooth Male Stent.

Watch for the Prospectus

Season 'Tickets on Sale $0.5®

"W. E. DI ..T x .

an17SE. LAborty St.

Ve%,alty Tailer'

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