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TILE U. OF M. DAILY.

ALTHE sLaTEST rTOVELTIES Closing Out

THE VICTOR
League Ball
will bat further and last
longer than any other
make. It contains the
bet materials and shows
the finest construction
throughout.
Every i"official"
league ball offered to
the public is an
imitation of the
VICTOR.
Demand the Victor in all
cases. Our trade mark
is a guaratee of finest
quality.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Mkes ofViocr Bicyces.
kAGI Spadin & Bros
"The Nre s a Guar-
.inte" that the article
hearing it is the best
produced. Uniforms
and Supplies of eery
-decciptics for Ba-
hll. Trnin Gulf.
; dr Sedd foe hndome
Illutated Catalgue.
The Amue atfPefeton-
Spalding Bicycle
FOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New York. Chiag, Phildrlpha.
Largest Manufacturers of Bicycles and Ath-
letic Goods an the world.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organzed 180.
Capital, $100,000. Surplusn and Prft,W$0000
Trcnsatn a general asing busines.
Forog.. exchange bought and sad. Furnish
lettrs of credit
F, BACH Pre. S W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAINGS BANK
Capital Scok, 15,000. Surplus, $1,t0.
Resources, $1,100,000.
Organzedunder the General anking Lawn
of this State. Receives deposits. by and
els echange on the principal cities f the
United States.' rafts cashed non prper
Identiication. Safety deposit bosenta rent.
OriuEits: Christian Mach Pre. W. .
arriman, Vice-Pres.: Chan E. Hincue,
Cashier: M5. J. Fritz Assistant Cahier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S. 48 S. State St.
YOur Gym Suit
jCheapest place to buy itI
jis at
11 W. Washington t.
Bicycles, Sundries, Sport-
ig and Athletic Goods.

Rufus m Waterhouse m Neckwear!
PRICES THE LOWEST. Spring Style Hats, 1896. Suit Canes.
Truniks and Traveling Bags.
D. A.TINKER &SO!N,
HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS. No. 9 5. Main St.
AWEN. B-Largest line of Shiirtso, Collars and Cuffs in the city.
]DO 'YOU SMOKE?
4 Pittsbcnrg Stogies for - C c
7 Full Value Cigars for----------------25c
6 Prodigy Cigara for - - - - 25c
4 Owl Boqunt Cigars for--------- ---------25c
3 Royal Banner Cigars for - - - - 25c
Lowest Market Price by the Box.Tv
DEAN & CMPANY .
44 South Main Street.

-We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
-- WRITING TABLETS
which can be closed out au
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR IOC
6OOD WRITING TABLET,; - 8C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - -15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET,- 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE' DR LB.
This stock will net be replaced.
Come quick for dirst choice.
Argus Printing House.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST,,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Ex-Govcrnoar Williami E. tussel w"1ii
plrside over Itie larv aro-Princeoni
debate at Camobridge touight.
Prof. J. IP. Mo-Murricli left yestcr-
oay nooin for Torointo.Onti., to atiend
thie funeral of hilsffathier-in-1axv.
Prof. F+. Ol. Novy read aii interest-
ingi ppelr-lbefore.the liroisioopiie1,il
Society, at the Buffalo Library Build-
lug, Buffalo, N. Y., liie first1011t of
this week, on "Toxines and Auti-T'ox-
iues.
The exectutive comitteiile of the
Princeton Athletic Associtioni will,
senutialt the trcolies Prinetoinih111
woii dn outdoor sportls to ltic Spoits-
men's exhibitioii to bishlin ii oiB-
Isoon Square Garideinfromni'Marchli16itoo
2?1.
Mr. Watson, ooali of tile tarvard
cew.,lias sailed for End lanld, 0o cc-
main uutil or iiie Oxforol-toiiibridg.e
hoat ract - wi-l takes plic late this
mnthi. 110eroiiosesto amiendl blo
stroke of the Ilarearo crew after the
Engliali ideas.
M1enabera: of athiletic clsils iiiR Eg-
lund attempiitiig to get up10a0series
of truily iinternational gamles. All the
cluos of the United Kiugomn are to
be askeid to forni a team of elaulisiona.
It. in the initention to havc this teasm
comlpote against a team from All
America, wliiech the N. I. A. C. will
be <asked to org anize.
TICKRTJ1.
If you travel cue thousandI miles
during the year you will save iuouey
hy purchasiug a thousaud mile ticket.
The best. in the market. are those is-
sued by agents of Ohio Conceal Lines.
They are good over all the important
systems iucluding the entire B. & 0.
system west of Pittsburg, the Big
Four, etc. See agents of Ohio Ceutral
Linen before purchiasnug. Price $20;
good one yoar.
The stationery and engraving de-
partment of Wright, Kay & Co., of
Detroit, in producing the larger part of
tie finest society stationery that is be-
ing used by the vaftous fraternities in
thoc United States. They have also fur-
nilked many of the most elaborate pro-
grams, reception cards, etc., etc., for
universities throughouat the country.
Subscribe for lbe Daily.

Harvard Athlete noes Abroad.
Elilery H. (arho, '901. has receveot

to go to Athens and competc in the UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
tOlympiic genues. Ie is one of fouir For the Second Semester,
iiein ehosen by thie Boston Athletie New and Second-Hand
Association to represent Ilhac associa ~ which they offer
tion. Clarke haa been enteieod in liiti h L w stP ics
runinig high andc broad. jumpis andl.~ te I.o es rc s
putting the sixteen pound shat. 11e STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING
will also co~ilpole in throin g the
liamir, hosld the otficials. add thiat (jj A",4 G E RJ 9 ~S
event to the lrot -am. .
______________You can join oar classes now, or at.
CALENDAR. asny time convenient to yourself, the
_ term starting alien you do. Office and
Fri., Mlarch 13--93 class banoluet. Academy 06Ilaynard at.
Sat., 1March 14, 81p. 10., Watcria~n
gynnasiuii-YVaroity indoor meekt.EL } EY S
Fr. ac 0Rglrmeigo ctof Itegents. OP E R A H0U JEWELER
Fri., M\areh 20-Final oratorical con-
test. PINS:-U. of M., A.'A. H. S.
Thurs., Apr. 9-Faccilty concert at The finest in the city. Come and see
Frieze Memorial Hail.__________________
Sat., Apr. 11-Spring recessu begins, f , ® y,,
BASfoloiBAmeLwll thoutfal HOW A BOUT THAT COUGH ?$
The ~slowig mii illwiliou f ii Better ltop it. We have all hinds
presenit lleiiselvea at lice Gymii. oin of Cough byrups. Traches and La-
MAoiolhiy at 4 :0 p.i.: J. Butler, ti't. o Trand Firdt Cherry, It
McKenzie, Bloomnigaton, E. . Deaiis, touchiea the spot. 25 cent bottles.
1). Lowrey, C. E. Rartier, E. 14. Cor- PALMER'S PHARMACY.
Ion, J. B. Showalter, Heald, C. Web- W le act us brunch office for Bolmes'
ster. Anly candidates not mentioniedl Livery. All orders promptly attend-
can bond iii their inames at that tililO. edo$
Systematic training will be begun atl
that time. It :is absolutely necessary SPECIAL.
for ,te old players espoecially to realize ____________________
the imaportanee of this preparatory D3IETAS a SClHANZ sell Suits and Pants
work and report at that timue. l at prices tc sult everybody-,swe also do
repairin~, cleaninieand pressing. Wont
W. IF. HOLMIES. called for and delivered. No. d8aS. State st.,
______________ econd floor.
During the secoiid semester the lab- Mi. MARTIN, funseral Director, Clath
oratory of general chemistry wyillble 0. and M~etallic Caskiets andoe Fine Grade
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
open to students both forenoon and Fourth nve.
afternoon. Those who wish to necure OF S. SiaiVrNOIPARLOR aiod Bath-
tables should apply early. _U. roloms. All -ippaitritmenla heatstina.
1-1C. FRER. Imported and domesti:cilars. Ladies' artis-
______________ tic asir dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanoowsti 30 S. State st.,
Notice-Oratorical contestants, tlraw- "HNYUWN orcohsceed
ing for places at 2 p. ini. shlarp loday in V pressed, relined or .rebosunol ge to Mirs.
Room24.Fidg-er, over Sheehan's boost store. Lab-
Room 24.oratory aprons made to order
Milss Charlotte 0. Stoweaenieral __________________
pianist and. accomnpanist. House. patty-
dress No. 48 S. University aive I
One front suite, $2.10. One singhe,
room,- 75 cents. Furnace heat, lighbt
and bath. 20 S. Ingallns st. 13 CHICO& AUSKERADE COLLARS
The Daily will be delivered by car- ODENA & :gpA TOKA CUFFS,
rie or by mail for the remainder of
the year for $1.25. LTS TLS
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