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February 20, 1896 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

BOARID,

BEO AD.

THE VICTOR
League Ball
will bat further and last
longer than any other
make. It contains the
beat materials and shows
the finest construction
throughout.
Every " official "
league ball offered to
the public is an
imitation of the
VICTOR.
Demand the Victor in all
cases. Our trade mark
is a guarantee of finest
quality.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Maces of Victor lcy I-s
'SPALDING'S
Educa]ional
Souersar ol .
TWENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS
A compete set,competlog Baseball, Foot -
ba1lI Tsnnes aod Golf players an d a Bicyclist
swil lt bscot to any address in the' United
Sltatcs or Gnads upon the receipt of 10
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York. Chicago, O'ilasitplia.
Largest ¢Idsoolato er of Bicycles and Ath-
1dtb Goods in the world.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
GOF ANN ARBOR:
- Organized 003.
Gapital, $100,000. Sarphins and Preflt, 40,000
Trcannocts a general banking business.
Ps res exchanges houghtandnsold. Frnsh
letters of credit.
P. BAGH Pros. S. W. CLARKBSON. ahier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, 550.00. Surplns, 100,000.
Rtesorces, $1,100,000.
Organized under the General Banhing Lawn
of ths State. IReceives deposits, boys and
sells excbange on the principal citen of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
Identification. Safety deposit oses to ret.
Oresceeso: GChristian Mlack Preos~ W. D.
Barrimans, Vice=Pres.: Gbas E. flllncsck,
Cashier: M. .J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S. 48 S. State St.
RIDE A
"Gendron
Bicycle
TRUEST BEARINGS.
MOST RIGID FRAME.
EASIEST RUNNING
BOL1D AT
M SIAFBLERS Erile [ETporlM,
11 W. washiugtsgn St.
ATIN ARBOR.

NEW DINING PARLORS. OPENED AT NO. II MAYNARD ST.
The 11y..eae i~oadieg louso has chaoged hasods. Will now be ran on a different
pian. e heeybes.t0d.5~0boasrd i the cere well be served. Come and try it. andbee
convioced. A special diet table only for those who wisb it.
F. J. RENNINCS, C. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
DO YO0U EAT ] NUT S?
Fancy Mixed Nuts------------------0ceper pound
Fancy Mixed Nus--------------1bsfor$11
Fancy Virginia Peanuts------------------0cper poundi
Fancy 'Virginia Peanuts------------1 lbs for $1
DEBAN & CO M PAN-Y.
44 South Main street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
'ta'irdiSeiletly, "98, lieae rettretoi
college'.
Dr. Cejeroest was callec totee ay Cily
lt'eerly 1pa11t ef this wct'e.
Dr. Naecerede lets bee'll eciiliol to
lhe'h11u100for she Ipast few tliys cii
acott ofl 01illnless.
lesf. tRusscliletas fitedetillt cIII" is
'11111101' diplays, of ironliand1copptter
oes ec'sieived froeleethe 5vll'ttlleIiheS,
(It teliehlegaIl.

Book one Football.
[Harevard Crimson.]
A sseook011 fooctbalis lecimgpepartle'd
by Lorin 1". Drielnd, roleele of ihllliu-
vardelcev-enleer the ILst fouii'years,
iandt 'et tlttran, ('teliellofttOurYale
fotbacttll teeni forthIla bst ,d eencl
yeaeis. 'T'ebote:cwillte by feelrst'e
moest ecoieifeterwoerkttlonfootball ever'l
peublishetd. It still cotisct ef thre'e vol-
uie~its., Thelicrst is enil~ed, "Focr the
Slettao'." ft'e secoiitd 'Fort'hsit
Plaeru'" ead It'e thirtd "Forth'ter

'Tleept'etblieenels(subliert lasttelln- Coachl."
im-g end 'lectetd I'C. Lintdley, 119 lL, CALENDAR.
and 0. iltcllilg, '961L, first 11nd1seceolil
yellmiaedters, eliose yells, order'ed Fri., F~e't. 21.-(Gradtlsing exeiclis
badges snd rle iseel $600forbilmediate of Schiool fori' Nirse', llamphlithet're et
t'1ies'ily bIlptal, 7:45 it. in.
expenses. Sell., Feb. 22- Ili.lBt'njamlinliBill-
The Cleelllletle'oll or'e'li.strt a l etstrlwothlin UGiev ersily Haell, 2:.34p. li.
kiiidly tendterted its sersvicestto thle 1 i .,Feb. 28, 4 p. mi., Waecrmnan
clt's iit'charge of tile Leape tee rt I gymnas'ium-h'Indoor meet, comipetitionl
fotr ticat event, and1 they hlaatcepeltetdopecn to fitst year studelnts iln all ede-
pautntents.
il eout~y 'lefl ricsea sl Sat.,lob. 29-Boston Temple Quar-
tee present. tetin lS. L. A. csurse.
LawntNotes..9.-LeapltYear par'ty ill
leof. Kirchier elctulre's to thelaw. W'ed1, 1'a'. 4.-t-ten. lHelry5' 'X 501r-
classes eet'''illdy thits week. s1111i111.'L.1A.course'.
.1 F 5' 'ii I IC7dl~~llt. Silt., Starch 7, 8 p. ms., Waterman
c~t~li .1 . . . gymne~asiuim-Indcoor meet, complleti'tion
msemlbers of tilefirst year lasw cleess, opesi Io all seceond year studen~ts in
have ciscnililed hire woark i tile every departiplent.
University. Fri., tlarch 13, 8 p. mo., 1Waterman
The enrsohlment in theo law depelart- gymnlasiu-'Varsity indoor nmeL
anint Ineluoive of thosr e tkng wt.rtc THlE 01100 CEf;NlIITAL ITLEAGE
ill othler de'partmentlsstill neearly rechrl T'tftNlI.
+7., --4--AA, -AIf you travel sac thlousn~d miles

Closing Out
We have left a fair stok of
all sorts of
- - WITING TABLETS
which can be cloed 01t115
folows,
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FIR IC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - BC
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stock will not be replaced.
Comle quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
MOORE & WETMORE
61S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,-
UNIVERSITY - TEXT . BOOKS!
For the Second Semetr,
New and Second-Hanr
which they offer
At the Lowest Fric_
STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING
GRANGER'S
You can join or classes now, or at
any time convenient to yourself, lhen
term sortig whese you do. Office and
Academy 6I ay eterd St.
c. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS:-U. of M., A. A. H. S.
Tbe finest in the ity. Come andsee.
A ABIRICIK $
wi do bnt se of our hot watr
bttles ill ep your feet warmer
teecold nighetssed erhaps pr-
vet a serious illness. A good one
fr(5cents, the et seamless for
PAL$EER'S PHARMACY.
S Holmes mahes a specialty of party
orders. 'Phone 1im from here.4
SPECIAL.
T'HIFTAS & cSCIIA'I5selliSunts and Pants
1IJ at prices tosit eerybody; we also do
repairing. cesing and premlig. Work
called fo and deireed. No 4&.S. State t.,
tecosdisor.
0. St. MARTIN, Funeral Diector, Cloth"
ad SMetallic Caskets and Common -
Co00na. Embalming a Specialty. No. 12 .
Wusiengtonst.
U.O 4.SI SAVING PARLOR asd ath-
sines. All appoitmetaSenirt clans."
Imported'nd domestui cons. Ladls' ati-
tic air dressing ad batleu parlors. ' . 0.
Trojanowokl 0,0.State t. -
WHEN YOU WANT your clothes cleend,
p esed, reined or rebound go to Mrs.
Fingerle, seer Sheehan's bootk store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to cder
HIC & AUSKERADE COLLARS
ODENA & PATOKA CUFFS,
LATEST STYLES.

The grediiatelasowihl ltater the
Seirxie Of FIn~inee to Pro'f. Adaems
tis semester in place )fthelc 'reins-
por-tition IProbleinas05 iinlllI1ede i the
cetelogoc.
The lasw'ficulty stilt 11o1(1 atimeeting

dunring tho year yoll sill save money,
by purchasing a tlasus'.inet nile ticket.'
The bent in the market are thoe is-
sued by. agents of Ohio Centrl Liues.
They are good over all the important
systemus including the entire 13. & 0.
nystem wsta of, Pittsburg, the Big
Four, etc. See agents of Ohio Central

hFridasy n-it bnid the 1103111. of tile Lines before purchasing. Price $20;
exttinateos till, bedete'riiurie',litngood one year..
nouneemuentsa ot which ss'ilh beoet sent u flue "University School of, Dting"
nlext week. will give a prograls mparty to papil%
To ten-40Wasuteaw ave, s~leaned other friends Satturdayy rveningo,
ToRn-4 ahtnw -v. tsnl ebruah7 22. 0:K3
rsom, :south expsure, furnace heat,
and bath. Neatly furnished. $+2.23 per Suite set rosms, 58 Packard st., gds,
week. If occupant takes care of it batha room, hot end cold wter, $4 per'
$2 per week. week, No belier roonts in town for
the luoney. 102
SPEAKING OF DIAMONDS. One lrge, well furnished front suite
If you have any "idea of Imaking a1 at $2.25. No. 20 S. Ingalls at. 159
purchase you shosuld by all mteans call
upon Mesrs Wright, Kay & Co., of.Argus Bindery does prompt 0011 ttor-
Detroit, before mlaking your chtoice. oughly up-to-date wyork.
Their assortment-and they are the To Bent Cltenp-Two rooins, 10 5,
only direct importers of these goods Division at. 101
in the stale-can hardly fail to aui the Swan Linen Papec will not wiear
moat fastidious, out 97

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