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December 13, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-12-13

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THDE U. OF M. DAILY.

If you sar i) a bIurry,
IRide a Bicycle.
If you are ieq asgreat burry,
IRIDE A VICTOR.
The strongest light wheel on the
market.
Ils simplicity of construction
:enders it also the most easy
ronning.
We use pounds of crucible steel
bere others se ounces, and the
whTO costs more to build than
Iany other bicycle.
0OVFRJvkA? WHEEL CO.
Bosone. cwVor. Dlener. 'Detoit.
raciic Ccat
! LoceAgelee, OSa rocisce, Prlnc. £
A. G, SPALDING & BOS.
f?- Football Supplies a
Speialty.
Fi ryer1, iite for the
schets oLa, otst, e-
- ' .S trots, Shoes, tps,
I;ets Slioetgs, Merrill's
N;oo Me, 0. Rbber MItn-
l'u cuSin Gards, Head
I Harness Salding's Oii'
Inte lter ollegite Footbll
mst beised nee sall Aatch
1 " Gme, Prie, $5 00,
p sldi g Ot ici o F otball
Oide-Ness lloes-itures
of 'li the ledig Players.
'0 P~lrce, 10 ctn.,lHandomely
Illustrated Football tataloue set Free.j
Drew York, Chiago, O'itedrphla.i
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR
Organized 13
Capital, $100,00. Srpus asS Prefit, $40,000
Trasact a general bankif husness.
Foreign exchanges bogt'nd sold Furnish'
oetter of ced~'it
P. BACII Pres. 5. W. CLARKSON Cashier
THE ANN ARBOR SAINGS BANK
Capitl Ste, .0,00. Srplus, 8510,00.
Resorces, $1,100,000.
Organized ndertle~esera Baing Lawn
of this State. Receves deposits, bys and
sells exchange ono the principal cities of the
United States Draft cashed non proper
Identificainsaty deposit oes to ret.)
OrescEus: Christians Mach Peon; V. 0.
Harrimasn, ie-re.: Chas E. Piscogh,
Cashier: M. .1 Fritz Assistant Cashier,
We are opt stai, and we are p In all the
ew and Sandard Dannces
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STATE ST.
ON
Posibly your gymf. suit
is in that condition. IfI
so exchange it for a new
one at
Nt SIABLE'S cyce FEmpoium
II W. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR.

Noble's Star Clothing House, s."
Dollar Value
Is what our~ new line of Neckwear is. (Special
Holiday Line). Our Price 50e.
Umbrellas
Sold here and raised everwhere. N~ice Holiday
Presents.

NEEDL E
-HAi'5

]DO "YOU SMIOKIB?
4 Pittsburg Stogies for - -
7 Full Value Cigars for - -
6 Prodigy Cigars for - -
4 Owl Boquet Cigars for, - -
3 Royal Banner Cigars for - -
Lowest Market Price by the Box.
DE AN & CC

- 5c
-25c
- 25c
-25c
- 25c

BEAUS

+6 N.
wCain. st

MIVPANY.

44 South Main Street.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALENDAR.
Tiii board of regetis,: in se'ssionii i., Dec. 13.-Rlegents meet,
todaly. Fi., Dcc. 13, Granger's Academy-
Rx-Setry 'Feeler sa s -i::tr as.99 scil
the ibray toay.Fri., Dec. 1, 7:30 p. i., Mle-iill
Mh'lblr' ola.llil.-Woelln's Leaigule Chrisltiss
Prof'. Angell will lecture to thit'law Yparty'.
class looy andsi SturslIy. Fi.,, Dee. 13, S 1p. ii. ttomiii I+IE-
L. CI. 'lritlil, )SI,. hiaisleiii lii:,' ieios'sing building.-Eiigiiieeriii"so-
l'ri,, Dc. 13, lersshsS to oweskdciiis.
'Thie Woiiiiiis Loerue olds a g:'ril 'l'rDec : 1I2'" 1
"('hrsiias Port-" thiiigil t t t i Manolilins Clubs' first appea.rance'.
1,i1i 11al, Sat,, Dee, 14, 0 p.,Un5l'iveersity tall
The W'ebstrs' oie'ty will hold its --Redpolt: Conceit Co., S. L. A. course.
i'li'itiion ost iificers lit liiieldusiness Sisi., De.15, 3 p.)i., Ne'wberi'y
Htol.-Dr. Bdoonie, laddlress to S. C. A.
ilisl lu IsllitilMoen., Dir. 16, 5p.i. 11.0111.,Rom24.-
Prof. Huiicbhis will Five illsasdressE xainiaioio of ronditbotto for fresh-
befoire lie 'lsstes'ioicietysionighitosnImaln glee clsit.
liii siubect, "l"'bster, as a L~aswye'."j Mon., Dec. i1l, S p. 10., U'nitasrianl
church-Prof. J. W. L~angli'y, of Clevec
101cndya5aw0tsswl olln, "Is Electricity in lbs Infanty?"
a met'etinig Soatiriday ilis~iig in Room: 1Uniiy ('lub course.'
I foir tiiiepurposle'of tertiugthirT u'tes. Dtc. 1.ti, 1: iill. iv iselecir,'
'lose oficer. rolomis ii ii.'tr-stocieitysdeate.
Tiii'Alhisasu nda Adelpiii socjiibs: Tuses., De. 17, 7:i0 p. so., Pres. As -
osillIholid thisir lcillls stigli1t ow-gell's residesc-'Meeting of (ir~islsssle
('Clssb, P'rof. Spalding en "Experimsenltal
iiig to thiceentrrtainmencit en the S. Es7olsslloi of Plants."
L.. A. couse saisrday niglit. Toes., Dcs'. 17.-Orascle on sle.
Sast., Dei'. 14, 4:30 p. 10., Roo111 24.-
STt'DEN T''I OILIIDAY VAs.(A'rI ).N. IxI assisiatioss of casodlilatles for fs'eli-
The Annl Arbor Rauilroadsslwill sill 111010 basijo cluib.
excursl'ionlticktt o bestudc~entsholing Thiirs.,De. 11), S 1p.11n., Friee 1Hall,
proper rertiirte ,lDec. Itt, 20 and 21, -Facuslty ronscert.
wsith rleturnl limilt t0 anod iscludinig Jan. Thuirs., Dee. 19, S p. in., Pr'esbyter-
7, 18963, ito0115'dsoilnie-thsirsd lowet 1010 hurc.-Robert Msrdette, Y. 5. C.
firstctss fasre for thie roundiip.cl We A. lei'tsre course.
will sell ho all pointls in Mishigais and Fri., Dec. 20, es'osilg-Cboi.sthliao re-
10 all poilnts in the ('elntral Traffie ress beginis.
teritory. Ois the lilies of our connie- Tus., 2110,7--Uhiv'ersity speiss aftcr
t1(111 01e havei the shortest mil'ltge to Chrielnos recess,
Danville, Decatur anod Springfield, Ill., Fri., Feb. 14, *Watermnani Gymnas-
St. touilo, o., usCpointssouthl 01103 uzoTwentietlh Aunnual Ball of thei
southieast hod soosthisveeet. The fiac'. Is Palladiumr fraternoities.
evident also tietd-we can hiandlie Chi-
rago busiiieso..Ally' ilfol'iatlonhleer- XCIIANGED.
fully' giv'iei at tiscket office, Aloe'Frlid'iysevening at genrl library',
rates still011111y't10forhmal senttis 'a: besa'y'roughblbacks overcoat swilta
wseltl110 P. of M. pair of kid g;loves and a creahm coloresd
R. S. GREENWOOD, Ageut.limuffler ill the poecets.Recturn it to
Persian Attar of Ioeo in an 0th- 08 E. aoshhlgtonl st. for re-exchange
en~tal bosttle is Ithetiest Clirintusas pro-hod receiv e reward. 60
eub to get. Imlported by .. C.Hal- HOLIDAY RATES ON 01110 CEN-
plian froma the Orient. For sale at 52 TE.AL LINES.
S. State St. $1 per bottle. I5 Tickets on sale Dec. 24. 25 and 31.
Musical-FP. Steinibaur, Xi Psi Plihj, Also on January 1. Limit for return
'155 D, teachler of Banjeau, Mandolin Jan. 2, 1805. SBate One Fore and a
anod Guihar. Alln Arbor Organ Co. Third fsr round trip between all sta-
Res. 7 \'olland st. 40-minute lessons tioss. See Ohio Central Agents for
50) cts., 50-minute lessons 71 cto. fnll particulars.

MOORE & WETMORE
65S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.
Note bsosksod other 'tudestes'upplies.
Fountasin Pes, Fin~e Stotionery, Spsrting
Goods, etc., which they ohier at the lowest
prices.
Call and see us before Purchasing.
DO YOU DANCE?
Mr. and Mrs. these Graniger invite those
considering the subiject of danscing to cal l at
tie Academy. (; Maynard St., opposite Sehool
of Music building. No stairs to mount;
OfficeondboAcue roomo routndfloor.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS-U. of *.L, A. A. H. S.
The finest in the city. Come anod see,
SSweet Sents
WevsIie josh receved an eelr
ine lene of Perfuts. All the
n derss sneat paickages asd
inbl.Call in andSfget a freej
S sample.r
PALMER'S PHARMACY.0
For theefinest esitters sod band-
somest horse, 'phoneHlmeo' Liery.
SPECIAL.
0 It . MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
0. ensd Metallic Cankets aned Cowmen
Cofins. Emtbalming a Specialty. No. 11 E.
WaVshigtonSat.
T( OF M. SHIATING PARLOhR and Bath-
V.. rooms. All appointments eirst clas.
Impsrted antS domestic elears. hadies' artis-
Trojanowski,.3MS. State St.
IATIIHEN YOU WANTr your elothes eleaesd,
VS presord. relised 01' rebsund go to Ms.
Fingerl e, over Sheehan's bools store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
NEW STYLES IN COLLARS AND CUFFS,
Especially strliig in their unconeention-
-ality are the new high-hued collars, which
see sow all the roger. The "IKeleta," for that
is this name of the fashioeable high-band
collar, Is from Earl & Wilon. Tke cuff to
correspond with the "Keleta," is called the
"Chenaingo," and in ulso as Earl & Wilson
etyle. The harmony with thie high-band ef-
fect is in ehe long, deep, graceful flap, with
ito slanting edge. The' hIgh-band cellar is
sot yet worn with convrentional evening
dress. For that purpose this firm mahes a
closed-frost esther aboeut ewo inches high,
known as the "Swatara" For evening wear
the proper csff he the Earlff& Wilson, patented
cuff "Odesa.'

TUBULAR CHIME CLOCKS
SutbefCATRHOUSES. DETROIT, ARE SOLE AGENTS.

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