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February 18, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-02-18

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE LATEST
NOVELTY IN GENTS' SLITINGS
AND FANCY VESTING IN '96.
Jos. W. Kollauf,
Merchant Tailor,
10 E. Washington St.
2d Semester.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $4 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR
SPALDI NG'S 6
Eduational
,-, HTLETIC I RES!
Souvenirs ot
TWENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS
A complte sat, comprsing Baseball, Fot-
ball, Teonis and Gxolf laers and a Bicyclist,
will be sent to any add5ess in the nited
States or Canada upon the receipt 01 10
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Nesw Yer. Chiag, Phildelpha.
Largest Oaufacturers o Bicycles and Ath-
letic Goods i tie wrld.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Orgnized 13.
Capital, $100000. Surplus and Profits, 841,000
Trnsacts a general bankng bosiness.
ioreo!. exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
lettes of cedit
P. BACK Pre. S. W. CLARKSON Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, 8.5010. ;surplu, $10000.
Resources, $1i,100,00.
Organised under the General Baning Lawn
of thin State. Receives dep sits, buyn and
sells eshange on the principal cities of the
Uited States. Drafts eshed upon proper
Identification, Safety deposit bosenWt rent.
Orrnuel: Christian Nlaoh Prs. W. D.
Barriman Vice-Pres. Chas E. Iflsock,
Cashier: M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUT TLE,'S, 48 S. State St.
RIDE A
"Gendron"
TRUEST BEARINGS.
MOST RIGID FRAME.
EASIEST RUN4NING.
SOLD A1 r '
M SIAEBLO'S Cyce Emporium
11 W. Washington t.I
ANN ARBOR.

DO YOU EAT NUTS? (Closing Out

Fancy Mixed Nuts______.
Fancy Mixed Nuts______
Fancy Virginia Peanuts._
Fancy Virginia Peanuts.
44 South Main Street.

--------------1 c per pounsd
--- - -- - - -- - - -- - l1 bs for $1
----- ----- ---- ---- --1 c per pound
------------ l-2 lbs for $1
DEAN & SZCOMPANY.

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UNIVERSITY NOTES. I UNITY CLUB LECTURE.
F-. Tiioipsoii, '96, 11s0 loll college to Dr.. Harold Wilson, of Detroit, Spoke
accept ai positioin withn the Globe Soa~p Last Night.
Co., ot Cincininati, Ohio. tr. Hariod Wilsoin, of Detroit, an
Prof. Deiiimiiion eliveredl al lecture graduate of the Uix-ersity, 01101e last
oii "Eiiiersoni-th:flan ansi the Pooc- eveining in tiletUnity Club course, otib-
or" at til'eiienessee Staie- Normall ject, "'Tine Relations of Color to thie
School at Nashville, Febrluary T. Hsiuan Emnotions.'
Evangeliist Ostroinillii give at oia'- "'T'he sensatlion of color Is the mlost
cial aidress to young iieniitoighit. illiortant of all the s-ensathion," sni
Tine 111011 botly of tioe iuditoriuim will Di. Wiloon, "fosr it is by tisi imeans5
ibo reservedi foir youtnglme11011 il :21) 111:1tile kinowlveidge of externsal oh-
p. mI. jestsscoosie to tis. Scientists ts-li no
lrof. Deininison will sp'eak before the thitithlier-isnie 70)0,0001 hues aind
Engiueen-ing Society Fridaiy isext, Foel- twenty shadesg of 111011 xxiilch lire dio-
rtiary 21, o11 "TI::' iiolriloitios of tiilgsishlbiy .ini oridinasry person, in
P'owvtr" and. aolhrge at lt:ic isie' s5 - all2,0(1,011)11shaides.
ipoette. The iiewvofficers will bein- "Ainiiiiais are es-vietly very siscept-
lls-l l l:tths iimielinit. ible 10 colors. Plant life is also 011001
Miedu:-ai studeilts; gel your ibindinog' liiof sdistiniigshiig ibetweein diffeiret
doll: at the Argois bindsiry, MLsoniie sisi leo :1111 colis, for examiple, seeds
bliock, ov-er Anni Arbor Saivitngs I3tank. growv better tinder violet rays thian any-
LEARIN TO DANCE. otlier iolor.
Mr. anti Mrs. Rtoss Granger cord~ially ''To triii our apipreciation of ione of
invite those wishing to leasr to dance the most precious gifts withsin this
10 calliaat Graniger's Acoademty. Tne shere of thse bodily seisatlion, 110010:'
office is oinltse gi-ound fioor aiid jut t0is lavish xiiilihe:- color cli-is bole
slop froinl Staite'51. We run at schoo l'istc'tleloti-ntoteuii
terscesaenoo ntotedl s1tsiliy. No ps given. Visitors, ex-
cepting parenits anad chiaperoines are eye' of inattention. If we wish to e
not adiitetd. You can join at any or to feel thiem inive must lrearn to ui:,s
timle. a greaiter nmeasuire of our own naali
:Miss Lou La Tonrelt, '94. of t.Eiton, caipacities.
Mlid:., is visiitigs frieinds at thoe UPi- "'lie kiey to the kaalai~ of taoit s
versity.
iii the p~osse'ssion of each of us oudstwe

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We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
-- WRITING TABLETS
xhieh can be closed out as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR 10C
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, -' - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
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,
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
ror the Second Semester,
New and Second-Sand
which they ofer
At the Lowest Prices.
STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING
GiRANGiER'S
You can join our classes ow, or at
any time convenient to yourself, the ,
term starting when you do. Office and
Acodemy I6OMaynardist.
C.,H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS-U. of M., A. A. S. S.
Thxe finest in the city. Come and see,
AEBRJCIK
bot willkutene ofour lot waer
these cold nights ando erhaps pre
ventanserious ilness. A good one
for R15 cent, the et seamless for
$.00.
PALMER'S PHARMACY. 0# r
0 Holmes makes o specialty of party
A orders. 'Phone him from here.
SPECIAL.
DIETAS & SCHANZ sell Sols and Pats
D at prices to sit everybody: we also do
repairinog, cioeaning and ppressing. work
called for and delivered. No. 4 . State t.,
rcoond foor.
Q M. MARTINI Funeral Director, Cloth
an etallic Casets and Commas
Cofos. Embalming a Specialty. No. 12 E.
xWashingon s.
U. OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Ball-
room. All ppontments first class.
Imported and domestic clears. Ladie' arts-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski 30 S. State n.
I TEN YOU3 WANT your clothes eend,.
pressed. relined or rebound go to Mrs.
Fingerie, ovr Seean's bookl store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
CHICO & AUSKERADE COLLARS
ODENA & PATOKA CUFFS,
LATEST STYLES,

THE OHIO C.FN'l'IAL '.MILEAGE
TICKE.T.
If you travel one thnousandl miles
doting tine year you xwiii save money
by purchsasing a thousaind nubl icert.
The best in the market are tbose is-
sued by agents of 01110 CentrnalLines.0
They are good over all the important
systems including the entire 13. & 0.
system xvest of Pittsburg, thie Big
Four, etc. See agents of Ohio Ceniral
Lines before purchasing. Price $20;
good one year.
HISTORY Oh' THERNIS"SANCE.
The class hantine Histoiy of linelRe-
naissance will belimiiited 10oxtv-lve.
Applications for inembersilil shnotild
be handedtIin ao early ao-;; ossible. The
first meeting xwiii be on Wednesday,
Feb. 19, at 1 s'loch, in Roo 7, Tap-
pai all Furh. thter arrangemnents xviii
be made linen. paiticulairly as to tinle
of meeting thereafter.
BAttLE MW. DOW.
FUNNY SKETCHES WANTED.
Moving decided to omit short, per-
sonal. grinds in thin year's book, the
Castalian Board is desirous of getting
as many humorous sketches of jUiver-
sity life as posnible. If you know a
laughable incident or ansing chat-ac-
ter about the Unixversily, make a
breezy sketch and put it in the Gas-
lillian contribution boxes in the main
ball.
UNTIL COMMENOEMENT. I
The Daily for $1.25.

hnave ainly to seaorcin foir It 'in ordier to
unlockthlie xworld of feliings xxlili I
haviei thius bietiy indilcated."
'h'lielxt lec-lore of line l-oti.5 xiii
be1 givein aext Mon~day ex-eniing .- y11e.
Lee S. McColester, of Dectroit, oi "ld")1
Coincord aind, Old Camibridige, hits-
traitedl."
'Tos Ienl-4G Wlasiteunx--ave., Single
roonm, Southiexposuirs',furnaooe heait,
1111( bath. Neatly furinishned. $2.25 per
wxeek. If occupanit takes care of Ai
$2 per wveek.
CALENDAR.
Fri, Feb. 28, 4 p. in., Watermnoo
gymnnasium-Indoor meet, competition
open to first year studenits in alt de-
partinents.
Sat., Feb. 29-Boston Temple Quar-
tette in S. L. A. course,
Sal., Macm 7, 8 p. so., Waternman
gynunasiuim-Indoor meet, comlpetition
open to all second year studlents in
every department.
Ft-i., March 13, 8 p. in., Waterman
gymnasiunm-'arsity indoor meet.
SPEAKING OFe DIAMONDS.
If you have any 'idea of malking a
purchase you should by all means col
upon Messrs. Wright, Kay & Co.. of
Detroit, before making your choice.
Their assortment -and they are the
only direct importers of these goods
in the .staie-can hardly foil to suit tbe
msost fastidious,

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