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March 06, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-03-06

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THE UT. OF M. DAILY.

THE VICTOR
League Ball
will bat further and last
longer tan any ether
make. It contains the
best materials and shows
the finest construction
throughout.
Every I" official "
league hal offered to
the public is an
imitation of the
VICTOR.
Demand the Victor in all
cases. Our trade mark
is nx guarantee of finest
quality.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
51:k-o ictorVtscs ydlo
Pi G, Spading & Bros
I TIe Noe ia inoi-
-tite"'titat tee bitle
Icoirisit is to'ibrst
podvd. Unifiormst
_ -a S end to'~(N
fI satd Caalogu.
The Amne of F rferion-
THF
Spalding Bicycle
FOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Fet York, Chiago, Philadelhila
Largest Mnufactser of Bicycles ad Ah-
I tic Goods i the world.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Orgnzed 10
Captas,$1it,000. Surpls sd Preofitt4000
Transacs a geeral bakig booines.
iForeign exchastt00blooght sd sold. Friso
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capta Stock, $.50.00. Srpus, Pt150,00.
tResorce, $1,100,00.
Oralzed odertho Generat Bakig Laws
of ths State. Receives deposits, bys ad
sols ecittngeou0 the principal cities of the
Uited Stae. Drafts cashed uopn proper
Idetiication. Safety dosit oes to ret.
OrIConet Chrstiao Mach Pre.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres. Chas . iscock,
Cashert M.3. Frito Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
YOUr GyM- Suit
Cheapest place to buy it
is at
M. SARELR'S Cyle [mpoum,
11 W. Wahigton t.
Bicycles, Sundries, Sport-
ug and Athletic goods.

Shirts in
4 Pi ttsbstr
7 Full Vol
C Prodigy
4 Owl Boq
3 Royal B
Lowest Mt
44 South Main PStrect.
UNIVRRSITY NOTi
B.i Itic Sdner111tili>aic'
lalst'S tltty. O111 ld it
1'. S. Abbott. l''ilocl'iycwit
tttiitiiicoilegc.
Theuebst'ericlcc Sti'ici ccpi;
catiti' I rotocoltoIltilil ti at
isostlccdillittthe Dlily Ilast'1
t tiejnioAles oet'oitee l
i'lttftt'ccttts. II 5 t'Pont: A i
lilly -ctuplt's will atttil.
D. N. Swoift, 'l04 I), toNs'1
ini Buch'itintan, Aliti., ccwts it
lerdtitito.icarefttolii tititia
ltast AMondaty, veir' suoddilyl,

dd Shirt Sale !1 losing Ont
$~31.O an o~'We have left a air stock of
X150 a ld X .2'5 allosorts of
Our North Window, - - WRITING TABLETS
~ 0 9 8 0 fol wich can e closed oit no
followsc:
MAMMOTH 00 PAE TABLET, 50
GO0D SLED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR 0OC
GOODO WRITING TABLET, - 8C
:~o. y outh Zioai tree. CRAE LINEN TALET, - - 15
HEST CRANE LINEN TALET, - 35
S .AO kS ? WRITING PAPER BY TIE QUIRE OR LB.
g Stogios for - - - 5c Thilt~socks will not be replaced.
lu Cigoes foe - - -B25e Coimeo'qiicksfor iest Choice.
diar oe - - - - 250ArusIriti g9oue
lut Ci ,odor - - - - 2c- ti leLI Q~~e
ounne Cigars for - - - 25
selet Prico by the Box. MOORE & WETMORE
IDEA N° & CO MP-IAN'Y'. 6 S MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
Rh. Coicmunicatioci.AE OPLT TOKo
inot'l j ld iti 1. of aly: sUNIVERSITY - TEXT -'BOKS!
lih'Sttdentlsi111.11elIt 1111st I t
.lC tothit';5t l'ict t' tietiel lci''trlthei il'Foe the Second Semestr,
'.citii s l0 coet iniversOtccllityl11 iiti't t'vn-i'New' and Second-Hand
iltne i 0ttl l i~e tiill go to a1mot othcttli obljc. swhici thiey oMle
'ni ersi11 .P'titcI'clitiltrnitiatob: ltiice' lctin nAt the Lowest Prices.
ith t'' it ithe 0I le e Alt tiAtl rO'gtl, 11a1dlt is ______________________________
oipna c'tttHopsled liiitltis ccill be11' n'tlllvar' y STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING W
reelSlii i't' oltl'litlf-w cs'is oclOnte. G R A N G E R '
c5'tl li , fiti eoltildd t i nIt ttittat s lens ti15'tl any timee itonveii itencito yse lfs ,orit
Iirmosttelito twie ots do. Offic sd
P110 tis heiciltldedtlin t111'lidto ~ol l'il't e' Actdeny IIaytlrd t.
le tticeoiy iil e 'tto'I't. OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
IItA 5't'yesd A. A. STANLY. P131:-U. of M., A. A. H. S.
CALRNDAR. The fiest iiite city. Coime and see
ct'leihelttFri., Aat. GCSecotndo hAr sciil at B A U
Lu>ti Sat.. March 7 S 8p. n., 'Waterman # Perhtps yove be wrin
1c Itpl tooitart, eettll rit do w.Ouri
iofiaero of. gyltium~t-Ititoor mce, coitpectitions ir see .,..o ani win will ot stos
open to all1 second year stutettsoUin n ~e ma of yo. As your doctor
iai'd naast i ut tll rielt. 1It stesood ..
tdttttevery dpartmntt. lo. w cntt ottles at
'ftc hoattd Satu., Aici i. s1, 8p. Il.. W'tollrn tui PALMER'S PHARMACY
lit (.0,i- gymtnasiun-'Varsity indoor meet. 4( S. STATE ST.
dsts. Flinec.,Apr. 9-lfacoliy concert at When oo wait a reaf bag-p
swell rig phone Hfolmes Livery.
Fdrieze Memorial lHall.40 sw s t1 4
unicersity Sait, Apr. A-Spring recess bogins, __________________
eve'in. ending Monday, April 20. SPECIAL .
LECTURES ON SOCOLOGY
2" ony1' EA CANsl SisadPants
S. The lecture of Rabbi Grosman 11 at pricoc to cot everybodyt we also do
e st. repairing. clening sd pressing. Work
announced to fale pitace on March 4 cailed for sd delivered. N o. 48iS. State st.,
OUTJ. los ben pootponedo to a later date , econdfloor
s ando all The first lecre of th' series will e () AT. MATIN, Funeral Director, Cfotk
expec>t to by on Coind Melliic Casketsand Fle rae
by ev. Wnm. Knighti, of Sa.iii ntCxv ns Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
:cans next ?March 11, subject "Prevalent Doctrine Forth ae.
'on the as to thoefight Methods of Handling T.OFM. SHAVING PARLOR and Bal-
Mlondasy, Delinquents." " l.rooms. Ai ppintmentoseist cas.
_____________ Imported and domestic cigars. Ladles' seths-
.very daty tic hair dressing and bathig parlors. J. R.
ice. The ENTRANCE PHYSICS. Treanowoi 3ti. Staest.
Aice will There wilhe an examinaion for " V11E3 YOU WANT your clothes cleed,
iing the the renmoval of conditions in enraiteo resnd. relned or rebound go to Mfr.
Finger e over Seean'n boot store. Lab-
physics on Saturday, March1 7, at 9 a. oratory aprons made to order
"aptain. ni., in the Physical Laboratory. ______________
H. S. CARHAr.
in the_
srnug frae One front suite, $2.50. One srngle : ,-o r om 5cns.Frac et lgt'
ied them and bath. 20 S. Ingalls t. 136
&n Co., of Room to rent, 40 WasItenaw ave., CHICO & AUSKERADE COLLARS
hr work nmace ha, bath, nicely fur-
tic to the nished. $2. ODENA & PATOKA CUFFS,
to Loutis Any young lady sudet who wishes
re mann- light work to pay for room and board LATEST STYLES.
apply to Mrs5. H. C. Eames, 7 N. State_______________

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lion fttr the prize of fifteeti I
fered by thit'les tiesltic ho
he suhmitted by artich 15). A
calls acointion to thie fIset t
p~etitioni is invitetd ft'totll el
Ptrogrtancp1a11t' at the 't
School of Dancing" Sturdttay
WNVanted-A Berst class at
once. Apply AMonday, Alarofi
Mrs. H. C. Etines, 7 N. Stall
FOOTBALLPLER
All formier flootball player.
those in the University cvho
beconte candidates for the If
fall are requested 10 report
canipus near the gymnaisiumc
Marebhi9, at 4 p. in., and e"
thereafter until furthier notd
regular wvork of sprang peat
he gone through, punting I
chief featsire.
H. M. SENTEIt, C
Over 10,000 college men
United States are today wea
ternitty badges. Those wilt
fortunate as to have purchm,
from Messrs. Wright, Kay 6
Detoitand specimens of 11
are satt red from theAllani
Psoifi ad from Itineoa
hanat-' ethe 0net that a
fa ured in fa country.

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