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April 21, 1896 - Image 4

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

WHY NOT USFE
THE VICTOR LEAGUE
BALL is unquestionably the
best ball on the market. Hand-
made of the best materials only.
EveryI"official " League
Ball on the market is an
imitation of the Victor.
Examine the VICTOR line of
mitts--endorsed by many lead-
ing players.
OVERMAN WVHEEL CO.
M~akers of Victor Bicycles.
Sass Vl. Bon S TOICsss. Cossass. '-cnV
SAN FRACOs.-o. NGLS
PeORTANORE.

11 3' ,*YN ,8.a D MDflTINfCifPAn~LlOPS
--OR
HYGIENIC - BOARDING - HOUSE.
ocalod baff a block from Ujniversity grounds. iUnder new msanagemoent and mith
the view of aocommsodating any person applying for board. We are assured of good
spring isatroosge. Sliwe our rapacity is limitod apply at onco or golf at it1Slay nard
St.,nesttto School ofMusic.
F. J. RENNINGS, G. 0W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
LEHIQH1 MNTLE5 FAND
Un.iversalICrandalltypewriters fno.3
-CRASOALL MAC~IlI Mt)6 esTOs,1. .s.........a..om.
DO YOU EA'T NUTS?

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S, Main and S. State St.,
Corner of William.
Insvito your attention to their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
We keep the celebrated Ashiby Racquets,
strictly a highsgrade at a loss price thaun
other racquets thut are nos bolter; also
tse Talisman, Oxford and Harvard for a
cherapser eacquets. Trthe nss Teanin
Bull, theaengner,
GUIARAHTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also IBaseball Goods and Ilammockas.
Those Wishing to Keep Up Prac-
tice in
DANCING
can do so by joining tse clubs classes
to meet at Granger's Academy
Tuesday and Saturday evenings.
$ HAFMARS $
We Have a Drug Store.
$Thsat swelnerw Oak Srry wih
silvertrimiegs and tha t roaI
$ bluIactsa-Swel }Well youknow
at. Holmes Livry is thse pluce.its
from.
YOU MAY HAVE USE FOR A

Fancy FixediNuts-----------
Fancy MVixed Nuts---
Fancy Virginia Peanuts --
Fancy Virginia Peanuts -

---10cper pound
--- - - - - - - - - -11 lbs for $1
- ---- --- --- --- -1 c per pound
---- --- ---- --- ---12 lbs for $1
SAN 8& COMPANY.

44 South M~ain Street.

Al G, Spalding & Brosl
"Tihe Name Is a Ooar-
aslrtkha tilhe article
r'earing it is the best
roduscs s. IUniforms
sas Supoiplie s of eversy
dscsriptilonsftsar lse-
b all, 'la-sasO.Golr.
If- Sendsifoasnissdsomse
-~ - Illustrated Cataloue.
The ArsofuS larferussa-
SadingBicycle
POR 1866.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Nesw York. Chiagol5IlPlloa alu.
Largest Manufactusrers of Blicycls assd Ath-
lets. Goods as thsoworld.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.'
01 ANN ARBORl.
Oranized 1860.
Capital. $00,000. Surplsas and Profits, 040,000
Trasarkhs a gesseral bankaing business.
Foeig esgxchangesboughtuandsld. Furnish
Ietr sofcreditt
P.RACI0res. S.0W. CLARKSPON. Casier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stork, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Rlesources, $1,100,000.
Orgssnuired underthse General Banksing Laws
of thin [tte. Rereives deposits. bsuys and
sells exrlsssssgo, on the prisncipsal cities of the
CUnited tssis>. ODrsfts csshed upon iproper
ldentllicabtioul. Safety deposit bases to rent.
OFrsseasaChristian Slack Pros.; W. D).
Harrimn. ir ie-Preso.; Chas N. Ifiscock,
Cashiers li. J. Frits Assistant Cashier.
Lowney'S Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTU'S, 43 S. State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHO3ES.
Ev- rythino. in the Bicycle
MII[ lne at
M.SA E' yc~le Emporium,
11 W. Washinogton St.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. Grand Rapids Alumni.
Tliardslsl S1551 betweerss lasisyl- Ths' Garid RapiislumnssissiAssoc-ia-
rsaasisaasd(Califaornail will bsc us IsO tionsila anuest Frisday'eveninag.
Junei3.sthliar lst o es'I-sOla y- Ohr assocssiatlion
Prsof. 'Xt. F. Cssols-y- will adsalics thr sincer 18111. W. J. Stsiart, '68',sactesd as
Eaaginia-g Sos-isety. Sssturarssy -,15010 tosstmsster. This',sanisiuet was hlasIs
at S 1I. as.. oil Ils'essubjct 'la-frigra- in Sw-etis otl, ands corers we-reOsaisd
tis I." fos 135 guesots.
'Theeors-class wsill isoslsiasmeisanOg After0teosw-Icosmisig addiressisy liar
iomorosw safteroons at 4l>. 111., isba ''in asaehilsg lpresiden-t, AV. A. sirecosl.'79,
chapesl 10odiscussstheiir callsanisigsowna responses' 0515e madsesto tihe fsllowing
ssilag ost. toasts: "'1110ss'nUilowlity' anadits1
.. t.lssslaao, '96, litas rceivoesianAlumnasi," Prs-esissnt XAgell; '"iseMs-
app1155l151lnet as a11llissistanlt ispatn is-all IDep~arentoftsc Uniiversity,"
stics' ssssaisasr aP IndsilasS ;01a ts10 Ds'. V.'C. VusiIis;ls"lisa'Ussiss'ssii-
W"''sliassu to55-51-lis'theaositioaa. hat It SHas IDoius'folr tiar:state," cx-
Vhisa'1515s-a<llush aso-cbeenlagreetedirsl1gcist t. IS.(Grsait,'5S; 'liar Alsusm-
iso largseaudssisaceos atsnsarly- eyecrysa"Sigst5.V.lal'lisi'(sL
pisnist onsthairs oo-es'aitrits. folsight " is'S 'os Univ-ersity," Prof. 01. 15.

I.

4P

Telescope,
Suit Case o
Trunk
When going, on yotur springo-ato a-
tion; if so the place to make
your selection is at
cUTING ER&CO.

thesy gios' a corsitbinsadss ills', Coloi.
Theirfacu'slty ofSPrisnsestsonCollsg'isass
elsectedsSSir Henriy trvisng honosrary
maembaier of bthe AmeiricansaWhsig So-
sily. 'lissis as distinactioin sldom
cossferresi.
('andiassissfor liartrack tsam a vaesss
bat-coalt soorb osi tse campss ery
if tesrisoinsdurintheliaracastiosa undeir
liar directiosssof 'trsainesr Fitopalrca.
Fromsa los-,oss liartrainsing osill hr
condsuct'esd at' Atlisci lds.
B5ashlforsdDesaan, profssr rofnatual
sciente ini Cosaalumia.Univsersity, News
fon-b, soill, wsiths a party of stsudesnts

Hthinsss.
Thae'faollowoisngoffice'rssoars' elsected
alt ltar business 155's'inlg oftlisa sscail-
tion: Presidonit,lRegs-at Bussterfiel;
rice paresidenst, Dir. C. 01. Johston, '81,
'83 M; se'cretary, -1. D. isewsll, '.2;
treaasurser, Classics Fox, '7;s-xecutivse
comia tteier, Dr. 5. (C. Milnerr, '72, '87
ti; (George teffGran s adlMoos
Taggairt, '6 L .
If y-ouaairs' basliisa utaio busyiga
Bicycle sdo instbfasil10os-all a11(1examll-
1110 theline of Bicycles Tusckser & to.
or Showoing. If 5youl slonot oseant to
bssy- they osill renat y-oo a high grade5
whleel. 146

c

of C'olsumbias , visibtiace i ;orthi-1LOST.
osct ItieImiddle of .Tsnserfor teOurlir- F-ounainsprsn, 01nMonroe bitens j
p5ose of stussyisig the chiaraicteristics State anid L. Paniven-ofty. Fisnder
of mainie life i Puget 'Sousa1. please retur to Stewa-trds offico.
Gesoage Wildeir, assistatnt be Dr. MissalortteO0. Stowve. genell;
Freer, anld instructor in qualitaitive pianist nd accompanist. House pars,
cemlistr, fell durilng thse ovacttionegcenntstifcrlyild.AS
y, bdreso No. 48 S. University ave.
andl sustainsedsi evere injuries to lhas;
knee. This accidcentoill conifiunelahimAfetssrs. Wallg !t, Kay & Co.'s assert-
menut of Clocks Ooprises hanl clocks
to the hiospitasl for some tine, and with the celebrated "Tublasr Chimes,'
O may result in permsanent injury. mrytat clocks inlaid with is'ory 155115
Teity siiei are out for sprisg foot- ing', rstal clocks inlaid- with bril-
ball practice at Yale. If thse vork of Hiants, tortoise shell clocks, sterlinag ill-
the candisiates is satisfactory btie ver clocks, truveling clocks, porcelain
football msanagenment oill offer prices clocks, ets., etc. They are the finest
to be contested for in punting anti in their buyers could procure in. Vienna,
sirop or place kicking. Parinceton also Paris and London. Call uon them
has twenty nien ont for spring foot- orison in PDetroit. 'Their show rooms
ball practice. the 140 and 142 Woosidward are.

SPECIAL
D IETAS & SCHTANZ! seal Soils asd Pants
ast prices so suit everybody; sse also do
repairsac, ctesani an sad pressinag. Work
castted for and delivered. No. 48oS. State st..
,reconsdfloor.
0. M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
. n etallic Casketn and FleOrsade
Collins. Emblming; a Specially. No. 115 S.
Fourthave.
UOF SI. SHAVING PARLOR and Buth-
Ueroons. All coppoiastments Perst class.
Importod and domestic cacasrs. Ladies' arnis-
tic hair dresnisng and bathain ; parlors. J. It.
Trrojanowski 30OS. State st.
WHEN YVOCUWANT your clothes cleaned
Opesed. relinsed or- rebound go to M~rs
Finge a , over 'Seehans hook store. Lab-
oratery aprons made to order
,. NEW
COLLA

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