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April 06, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-04-06

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

THE VICTOR
League Bal
will bat further and last
longer than any other
make, It contains the
best materials and shows
the finest construction
throughout.
Every 1"official "
league ball offered to
the public is ane
imitation of the
VICTOR.
Demand the Victor in all
cases. Our trade mark
isa guarantee of finest
quality.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
MrshofaVictor Bicycls.
A, GSpalding & Bros,
"The Na me is a Guar-
antee" that the article
S)earing it is the best
aroduced. Uniforms
ad Supplies of every
description for Rase-
bull, Tennis. Gulf.
-- Send for handsome
Illastrated Catalague.
Thse AmefP'arfeetion-
TH[ E
Spalding Bicycle
F~OR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New rk , Chieago, Philadelphia.
Largest Ma-nsfacturers of Bicycle s ad Ath-
letic Goods in the~world.

-OR-
HYGIENIC x- BOARDING = HOUSE
Located half a blockfom University grounds. Under new mana'gement and with
the cocoa of accommodating an~y pcrson appslyingloe loosed. WSterarc oissureol of good1
sprring patronaage. Sioore oar capacity is linited apply at once or call at If Maynard
St., next to School o1fiMusic.
F. A. RENNINGS, G. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETOR:
DO YO UEATONUTS
Fancy irgini Peiauts adall cpperterpound
Fancy Vrgix Peaut s --------------- -12 lbs for $1
IDEAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.: Harvard Man Wins.
SovelilyA~liei'ioanloiiclleges w'r ee At St'e reo''t ill'otiiig .of' itl li(jl0l
flounodedi bl'lt'oeis1185andol1880. ColiogIe ('bbs 10(111ldill('bic'ng-olioe
Sipi'iig, Ylcotilnll biei ' ii'in oridy floexlg (olficers0-we'reo'lseeii: Ice.s-
eve~niug, Apiol 11.,loud xviiextenid 10 (bIll, .1lilies 'M. 1'eriis, iia'o 000;
Mlonday 0vl'ii, Aplil 20. vice prt'odrlii. A. J. Woeavero, Nloooos-
Po'nisgis-aiht mid Cooieloihave ar- ioa tI.ass' Sodliol; sochix Ily, 1'. S. I-ir-
lolilgeo l Tiaoksgiviii Iay fcoctalliirio, IPriiiotli; treaosiuieri, 1.1.L. Icioss,
!gaimes foor tihe inett0-twoseasons. Ciilccogo; dleogate o' -NatioilItepoobii-
A leap yer paroty xciiibe givni calC'omiolttoee, 8. A,. I'l'ckic.s 'io
about Maiy 1st at Groongico by torol- clsltl'st foe'rbloc lrcsioieci. os iox-
ity girls to thiril geiltilii nfriiods. ceedieg ly close onie lond tli inlrei-

On iislrecciil v~ist Ilo1t1e'city G(lsl.
Aiger ooked over AMelilhon H-llI1.11(1

FIRST NATIONAL BALNK. xxiii reiport tlt', condition and ndsi''si f
OF NNARBR. the same to a it ieriosotoyf Delrot'o
Organized 1863.eb~tfil~o
Capitai, $100,000. Surploas ad Profits, $d0,000 Tioerearie moore thaon 1,t0()l stuodints,
Trasacts a generai baniig husinems.
Foreigno exchanges bought andnsold. Furnish ropiresc'itiig t t oty-f ooir nations' 01t
Lters of crediLtu.lpitieti'li nvriy12
P. BACR Fees. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
_________________________________ in___ tSltelogy, 3138 In ulilosaopiy aiid
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK sixty-fiva is caonulahw.
Y3e8viiel(c eR lective-clcoures
Capitai Stoch, $50000. Surplus,.$150,000. Yaewlofr1
Resources, $1,100,000. to seiose d undJiiioi'sinextIyear. Do-.
Orgaained under the Genersi Banhing Lays Pihelps' couirse' Iinelolerus noveis xwiii
of this State.. Receives deposits, hays ad
seiis exchange on the principai cities of the ho-~~ianoigt thr:mot
United States. Drafts casioed spas proper 'xvldo-aeing1elrlapr-
identification. Safety deposit bases to ren.aL tAn d aeo i ie
OFFIsCERS: Christian Mack Fees.; W. D. toconitoilai iihstii'
Harriman Vice-Pis'; Chas N. Hiscock, LrnF e?,dhs eind ~
Cashier: iR. .J. Fritz Assistant Cashier. LeinS'leiou iisrinda1

Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUVTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
One-Quarter Off on all
G M,. SIA E8LE B S ycle Em p oilm ,
11 W.Washington St.

heaod ca'ltof Ilarvoo'l's foolicili
towtii, ana],ex-Captainu Botruun G(.
Watc'rs hlas beeii seiectedl to sceced
im. Do'tind.gives as Sisreaon ifoir
severinogihis coiinectien tileiprcssure
of busonoss..
NOTICE TO ST DENTS.
Oni accotsit of the siprinig v acintion
the 111itdigan Centre~al aiiooaoct xwiii
seii round ti'iptickets at loeducediixt-es
to ostudeihls presenting certilicades of
meubniaroip. W'iil seii on -April 10
aiad 11. (Good to return until an(di-
ciuditg April 20. fllu iifocnialtioii
given nt ticket office.
Mieuaro. Wigiat, Kay & Coa.'s assoes--
meint of Clockvs comupises basil clocks
with tihe celebrated, "Tubular Ciit.megs,"
civStal cloaks ;iuiLa~il with, ivory palnt-
iiigs, crystal clocks ialaido with, b il-
liunts, tortoise Sheli clacks, sterlinag sil-
ver clocks, itraveling clocks, porcelain
dlocks. eta., etc. Thsey are thelunesot
their buyers coulid procure ini Vienna,
Pafis and London. Coil upon thsems
WhIen in Detiroit,. Their alluow roo6ms
the 146 and 142 WVoooul00and ave.

susit wxvssclue' ii i lirg~e (10"Mg 2osts
bl ilisosuippoort. It is hoed 'c some'
oaf lheioiplms ioay fali thiosxway in
CALENDAR.
Mon., April C-Presentation of "Jl-
ins Caesar" in Grand Opera. House,
under direction of Prof. Trueblood.
Wed., April 8-M1eetig of '07 Datsih'
Bloard'ofioi organiation.
Wedl, Aliol 8-iarian oi -lil-co,'
aui~sicsof thic'Poitical RoEqlalilt-
Cbib; lecture by Re(. JasesISto p I-
iltbee, oou"'l'ile Coliiim 'oeisan."
Tlhsurs., April l)-'106 .social st (;ranig-
er's.
Thsurs., Apr. 9i-Faculty concert at
Frieze Memorial Hall.
Apiril9, 7:45 1p. ui.-Aniuscl.opeis
mseeting. of Jeffersouio~nSociety.
Sat., Apr. 11-Spring recess begius,
SPECIAL THIEATE~R TRAIN.
Next Wednsday aught, Aipril 8, at
ii o'clock Itie AnnArbor itond xiii
start a:spoeial train to Toledo to en-
able those xviio desire to atteisi use
especially fine eislerthioents aut thme
theaters. At She Vatlentine, Rtobert
Mantel is hilled to appear, and nt, the
People's, Charles 11. Yale's '-Twelve
Tensptautions." Popular prices of ad-
nilon. tetnarinliug train will lease
Toledo at 11:30 p. na.SFale for round
trip 75 cents.
It. S. GREENWOOD, Agent.
All candidoates forl-tine freoliiaaan
baseball teams repoi'i en the campus oat
-l o'clock every affernoon for pracetice.
A. H. BOYD.
iss Charlotte 0. Stowve, genea1
pianist :and. accenspaonist. House partyc
engagements saqtisfao-,to'bly filled. Ad-
dress No. 48'S. Univ ersity ave.
4Suwan Linen is a good, hionest paper.

Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
--WRITING TABLETS
S which can ho closed out as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR IOC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - 8C
'CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stock will not e replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
G. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS:-U. of M., A. A. H. S.
The finest in the ciy. Come an d see
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
nAVE A COMLEaE SaOC Or -
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS
roFo the Second Semester,
New and Second-Hand
which they offer
At the Lowest Prices.
STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING
GRANGER'S
You can Rin ous classes row, or at
any tine convenient to yourself, he
term starting when you do. Of ee and
Academy 06NMaynrd s.L
Spin Perfumes$
( meatof the ltest flower o Ors.
- Vera Violet. Violes of Sicily,
Violet Bloom, Lilac, Sweet Pe-s,7
etc. We can please your taste
$ and your prse.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
$ W'e take hach and livery orders for
Holmes' Livery. Best is tow.
SPECIAL.
bIETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and Pats
~at prices to ut everybody we also do
rep1airig cleaning and ppresslag. Work
cated frad deivered. No.4s8S. State st.,
recoa d floor.
0. M MARTIN, Fuseral Dirctor, Cloth
an etallic Caskets and Fine Grade
Coinas. Embalming a Specialty. N. 1 S.
Fourth ave.
UT OF . SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
*rooms All vpoltments Stast class.
Imported and domestic eigar. Lades' arti-
tic hair dressing and bathing paror. J. R.
T rjanovoi 3SS. State S
ATHEN YOU WANT yer clothes cleaned,
VPpressed. rrlined r reund go to Mrs.
-Finger , ovr Sheehana bek stenLab-
oratory aprons made t rder
COLLAR]

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