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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
STATE SAVINGS BANK 4 ~ 4 + + + + + +~~
NV Booth JorV. Sheehan 4 Initial Display of the
as,5 Wade K-FP.Mills
J. Kyer John Baarer S, - Ne Spring Suits and Top o- Its
ln.Koch Prof. Hl. S. Carhart ie
])an F. Zimmeriman Christian Mri
+A.ENATNTO! -F ~ o We take pleasure in announcing the opening display
E ,. e ,au > -pl ea:etteo the New Spring Fashions in MVen's and Young Nen5'
f*tit odos rs te. The showing embodies the very correct dt'oiCs
fl ihn6 as e avess ans orstbe 'in Suits, Top Coats and Rain Coats in the new -v waves,
cha ,a Ibe50urhased iceaply, also have ad+fets+he utato t
is.5frateitysouse for sole or for ear. Icolorings adefet.From teveryuta oels othe
Is itiested call ati snce. . HALLER & CO.+
+_____________ quiet, conservative designs there is nothing lacking to meet
Campu Barer S * ~every taste and fancy and to fit every figure.
{A. MOE, 705 N. University Ave 4 Spring Suits and lop Coats $10.00 to $230
T he Ann Arbor Savings Bank KMV4 4Z Selections made now will be reserved till youi are ready fosr Itsell.
%apilal stock, $50,000. Surplus, $200,00 _________
Resources, $2,200,000-.-.~. ".~. + ..-.. .-..-..-.-.-...-.--.. o .*- .4 +-
etral Banking Business Trasascted '.
s o raVice Pres.: M.JFritz , Cashier'S 'Y
Rowe 's Laundry :1

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320 N, Fifth Av's.
t Phone 457 Bell Phonse 437-L
THEL FARM[RS AND MsECHIANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000, Sorpilus and Profits, $65000
IsisesGeeralBuaningBusiness and Pup
3 ecentinterest oTime andSavinss
Isepsosits. Safety Dieposit Bones to rent
at 02.00 undonwueds
Koure, Pres. W. C. SoEVooS, Vice-Fees.
l' 11. BoLSso. Cash. 1. A. WILLsiso Assi.
La Mega
Tfhe finest cloe Havana 5 cc. cigar in
the market.
-AT.
MANN'S DRUG STORE
213 S. Main St.
MUSICAL SUPPLIES
Fine Repairing of all Stringed
Instru~ments.
SCHAEBERLE & SON
114 W. Liberty St.
Ezrwoch Dieterle
Embalmer and Funeral Director
Ambulancet-Calls at ended day or nighst.
210 0. O4ls Ave.: Residence samee
Phsosse4004. Aon Arbor.
ALARM CLOCKS
$11.00 to $1.50
Cur Dlollar Cloebsg are thse best made
for use mnoey. ine watch repairing
i specialty.
J. L. Chapman, 206 S. Main St.
Yos c ge
Hot Lunch
At Tstte's, 338 S. SOtat
BILLIARDS POOL
HUSTON
BROS.
312 S. STATE ST.
TOBACCO CANDIES
BILLIARDS
AND
BO0WL IN G
S. ROTIENSTEIN, 707 N. Univ. Ave.

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Intercollegiate Notes.
sisiecnlfootbasllsshate Ibein giveis as
v irs tote membiers cithit 1905
Sly3 footbliltessic st LlandsStlSan-
daand alsoto1the manaer, trainer
1 Coachecs.

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Ilr. \sWalter RI. Bi'skerhofai ci 1111 alumiic il rectiasissl '(((scti
sirdumeilschtooll, wsappiintoed as hints onlt(((ivestycampus.ill
iietrisolteiUnitetatS~ses c-cs ess
(((ciiiliprisytresesarcht hositliwshichi
wi hei st ablsuishedil t i s te lper settl-c O nl eritio ias as 5 - s,
meatii is teluHawsianIssis sisis endtyli ueciuklisletntrshli si "f iAn
dlvrd iadsseacitsith tess ly'lh-hFrance:1111rip for Stud5 an 15-~ t
(lstue t \\heWsttrn FediersaisstionofYaeuit l isite nmeof 'elatstc c
Club in aSit I loutsinSatd ay veii. ih C icgo eliiiili lii1. I i I <tz
''hlit-subject isfIis a dsis wai s 5this lrt-1 cou(sel s tudy1(1 will be is de iiildi rk
poe i Vale-i alumn. iii advusisosills cli.tli 1(111 siindissuurvson of1Frenchim&
IS. ,. eccc ci . ss asii ies s or(sthereIi, i ndct wills on cccii i n -Iis
h. cci G liiicit cfsNewIsis vci ,ist onn.i ci u i rt hriees i majoril s cri t toward il
sitly i IPennsylvaniafs otillsls itea511m iifior cii" litheissoth ic s wilhe(f-il
niesx t s sonl .Greetltis-sha s p esitile po- exescises in I'rechi i st ii and ii
Woniiiitof 1(11rilh hlsbackfosurltepast twItsan sss clation reaingadco ii s 1 i
seasoit ii s f te scsI mintin aisis comsliio .ia Ticilts' esi k the]i
(tilet i n shis s isutin. ii w il ristces n Na dcato
'T'reeti es w ekletullss 5ii in '(Si
T '1n it am (l estiil iCX lingeiitg ciistritedtlo(11history situ rIniwil h i ven.u ci
acrtss thte Iowatierismcasy ifurnl~ih Ioasilweiliyliplshits oiteiprinen ( placei
tstt uiesity tenitulssimteassorisit' andstabouitilPaissshat re-5 Is i
(((lotnttlinlg its satiieititic depa itmett by ii ltin e lctres. Thesi i s its( i l I
lt addiitionssofi aquatie siports. Theuers'solss coduceii y tsiiii'ilxthc proess
quesltin isbintg iiscitssetl aind it ti isirge. amot1ur;5 whoiaiwil lhei ii- (s ii
irobbliie ituha t Iwsa wil iiave aScat \\agnser, authoar of ''ThicSsiiisle iiis,
ciris'lto cnestl wit Wsiscosin's Cars- andithi iler.ss-iualy iproinent.

I 'ss. RINE LUNCHE&S
"-yity 51tIsie4 t(On ' of TURISHto
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(1 i IluP sselCigar. Acomopiiti
, 'siiisss ll. s esis.We re aoibsts
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'1,1 . asoi SIc SA Y'S & SCAfHAEE'
(( lin s cilsiis ilN-itiNS.
R. 1. JOLLY. SateSi t..
ti lio Central Lines
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO to COLUMBUS
Parlor Cas on all Trains
~U, of M. BARBER SHOP
3 . rojDIJowski State St.
Vg x SPALDiN'S
~-~ ALMANAC
FOR 1906
;: - Eied by JAMES E. aIULLIAN
I RCE 10 CENTS
A. 0SPALYDING itU.1BR.
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AOXFORDS OXFORDS Opi -:e
FOR,,MEN AND WC 1

THEY HAVE ARRIVED
Fine line of low shoes all leather, all
shapes. Up-to-date exclusive designs
CLATWA[I(-OV[R SIHOP
And have a look.
! 111 South Main Street.

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ZICETCHINGS.
We wiah to inform all membero of the i
Lower in Price s
Beter in Quality LITERARY, MEDICAL, lIIEOPATHIC, PHARMICAL, and DENTAL 4+
Ask A M. MITHClasses that we will refuse to make sittings for their class picture afier
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WE ARJJ NEWER UYNDERSOLD---GOOD YEAR'S DRUG STORLh

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