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January 21, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-01-21

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

SPALDIN'S
Educational
Souvenirs of '
TWENTYYEARSIIN BUSINESS
A complete set, comprising Baseball, Fast-
ball, Tennis and Golf players and a Bicyclist,
-will be sent to any address in the United
States or Canada upon the receipt of 10
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia.
Largest Manufacturers of Bicycles and Ath-
letic G.Oods in the world.

DO YOU SMOKE?
4 Pittsburg Stogies for - - - - 5c
7 Full Value Cigars for - - - 25c
6 Prodigy Cigars for - - - - 25c
4 Owl Boquet Cigars for - - - - - 25c
3 Royal Banner Cigars for - - - - 25c
Lowest Market Price by the Box.
DEAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.

II

If you are in a hurry,
Ride a Bicycle.
If you are in a great hurry,
e IDE A VICTOR.
The strongest light wheel on the
market.
Its simplicity of construction
renders it also the most easy
running.
We use pounds of crucible steel
where others use ounces, and the
VICTOR costs more to build than
any other bicycle.
OVERO"A WHEEL CO.
Boston. New York. Dever. Detroit.
Pacific Coast:
Los Angeles. San Francisco. Portland.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
C. L. Sigler, '95 M, is practicing at
Pinckney, Mich.
K. E. Harriman, '9S, is spending a
few days at his home.
J. J. Morsian, '93, spent Sunday
with the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
Prof. Knowlton was at Lansing yes-
terday arguing an extradition case be-
fore the Governor.
The treasurer of the Athletic Asso-
ciation at the Northwestern Univer-
sity reports a balance of $9.88.
A. L. Atehinson, '98 L, who has been
sick at the hospital for the last four
weeksy is again doing his college work.
F. A. Witbeck, witlh '9( h last year,
who is now engaged in the bicycle
business in (hicago, is visiting his
Ann Arbor frieads.
Pictures of the football, baseball and
track teams of '95-6, and also the pres-
ent Athletic Board have been delivered
at the gymnasium and will be hung
in one of the rooms as soon as the
Regents permission can be obtained.
Edouard Remenyl.
Edourd Remenyi was born at Mos-
kole, in Hungary, about the year 1840.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK. His master on the violin was Joseph
OF ANN ARBOR. Bohm, who also taught the great Jo-

America was begun Nov. 11,.1878, and
his successes during that and the fol-
lowing season are still too fresh in the
msinds of the public to require com-
medt
Since thait time lee has made a
triumphal tour of the entire globe,
combinig music with circumnaviga-
tion and charming, with dulcet strains
natives of the Sandwich Islands, Aus-
tralia, Tasamania, Dutch Indies, Java,
India, Madras, Ceylon, China, Japan
Philippine Islands and South Africa,
where lie remained for a period of
three years, returning to Europe for
the final concerts of the tour.
It is seldom that a. man is accorded
the privilege of learning the exact
amount of esteem in which he is held
by his fellow-men by perusing his own
obituary. This curious and unusual
experience is an incident in the life of
Remenyi, who was reported drowned
durling his passage from India to South
Africa. The sadness which this mel-
ancleoly information aroused through
the civilized world was happily dis-
pelled when six months later dispatch-
es announced his safe arrival at the
Cape of Good Hope.
Ilemenyi has turned his wanierings
of the last twelve years to literary ie-
count and has written a book on Jap-
anese art, which will soon be publish-
ed in London.
Only in one respect has Remenyi's
genuine Hungarian nature undergone
a clagie-for years he leas abjured
smoking and the use of wines and
beer.
CALENDAR.
Wed., Jan. 22.-Regents meet.
Thur., Jan. 23-'96 Social at Gran -
ger's Academy.
Fri., Jan. 24-Rev. T. DeWitt Tal-
mage in S. L. A. course.
Jan. 28, Church of Clrist--Fancy
Hoop Drill. Readings by Mrs. True-
blood. Cornet solos by Mr. Beebe, of
New York.
Wed., Jan. 29, Granger's Academy.
-'97 social
Fri., Feb. 14-First Semester closes.
Fri., Feb. 14, 8 p. m., Jniversity
Hall.-Hon. Henry Watterson in S. L.
A. course.
Fri., Feb. 14, Waterman Gymnas-
ium-Twentieth Annual Ball of the
Palladium fraternities.
Mon., Feb. 17-Second Semester be-
gins.
Sat., Feb. 29-Boston Temple Quar-
tette in S. L. A. course.
THE IE IS FINE
on the Athletic Field rink and now is
the time to enjoy it. Music tonight
and tomorrow night.
F. 0. WEINBERG.

Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
- - WRITING TABLETS
which can be closed out as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
600D RULED TABLETS, 100 PP.,3 FOR IOC
G00D WRITING TABLET, - BC
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 150
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR L.,
This stock will not be replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
MOORE & WETMORE
B S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.
Note books and other Students' Supplies.
Fountain Pens, Fine Stationery, Sporting
Goods, ett., which theyaoffer at the lowest
prices.
Call and see us before Purchasing.
NEW + 'T'BRIVM
IN DANCING.
GRANGER'S.
Call at office, Granger's Academy,
ground floor, 6 Maynard St.
C. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS:-U. of M., A. A. H. S.
The finest in the city. Come and see.
IT MAKES A MAN MAD,
to have his teoth brush shed its
bristles. We sell the kind that
the bristles stay in. A new brush
if they don't.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
Holmes' Liver makes a specialty oforePoe16s.Ciponcaidfee
party orders. Cfiaperos carrled free.
SPECIAL.
DIETAS A SCHANZ sell Suits and Pants
at prices to suit everybody we also do
rearing, cleaning and presing Work 4,
cal led for and deivered. No 8S Statest
second oar.
M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
and Metallic Caskets and Common
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 12 E.
Washingtonst
OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
. rooms. All appointments first class.
Imrted and domestic cigars Ladies arti-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors-JRE
Trojanowski 30S. State St.
WHEN YOU WANT your clothes clesend,
1 pressed, relined or rebound go to Mrs.
Fingerle, over Sheehan'sdbook store. Lab-
oratory aprns made to order
-LIN EN '
COLLAt
---AD" AND--
I~sVI\ CUF FA
ALWAYS GIVE
-: THE BEST MADE,

Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profts, 40,000
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, $1,100,000.-
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OrracERS: Christian Back Fres.; IW. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hiscock,
Cashier: M. .. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
ON
THE
BUM.
Possibly your gym. suit
is in that condition. If
so exchange it for a new
one at
M STAEBL[R'S Cycle Empo lulm
11 W. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR.

seph Joachim. During the Hungarian
uprising Remenyi, then quite a boy,
enlisted as a soldier and fought bril-
liantly; tie became aide-de-campe to
Gyorgey, when the latter was appoint-
ed Commander-in-Chief of the armay
of Hungary and though at that
time only sixteen years old, Remenyi
used to delight the old veterans wtth
his music and make their hearts glad
and brave for the next day's fray.
After the defeat of the insurgents he
had to leave his country 'and resolved
to go to England. On the way he
made the acquaintance of his cele-
brated countryman, Franz Liszt, wtho,
.recognizing his genius, became his
friend and adviser.
Soon after the young artist's arrival
in London he was appointed solo vio-
linist to the Queen. len he obtained
his amnesty he returned to Hungary,
where he afterwards received from
the Emperor of Austria a, similar dis-
tinction to that granted him in Eng-
land. In the meantime he had made
himself famous by numerous concerts
in the European capitals. He then re-
tired for a time from public life, but
in 1875 he resumed his artistic career
in Pars. where he was received with
great enthusiasm. His first tour of

The Department of Stationery and Engraving at Messrs.
Wright, Kay & Co.'s, Detroit, produces work which is not
excelled in this country.

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