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April 23, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-04-23

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

THE
VICTOR
"Holds all records "
For fine construction, thorough
workmanship, and the use of
expensive materials.
THE VICTOR has held this
record for fifteen years. Re-
member - experience at the
factory means dollars in the
pockets of the rider.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
NEW YonK. BOso. DETROIT. DENVER
hSAN FRANCsco. Los ANGELES,
PoRTLAND, ORS
AI G Spadig & Bras,
"The Name Is a Guar-
sntee" that the article
hearnag it is the best
pro duced Unifrms
od Spplic of every
description for Base
ball, Tennis. Golf.
Send for handsome
E. - Illustrated Catalogue.
The Acme of Perfection-
THB
Spalding Bicycle
FOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Ne York, Chicago, Philadelphia.
Largest danufacturers of Bicycles sod Ath-
letic Goods in the world.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1W01.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000
Transacts a geoeral baokiog booinoos..
Foreigno exchanges bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, .50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Resources, $1,100,000.
Organized under the General Baning Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OFFICERs: Christian Mack Pres.; WV. D,
Harriman, Vice-Pros.; Chas N. Hiscoch,
Cashier: it. J. Frito Asistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
BICYCLE SHOES,
EverythinZ in the Bicycle
line at
M STAEBL[R'S Cycle Emporium,
11 W. Washington St.

11 MANAnR3D DININC PA.&LOnS
OR
HYGIENIC - BOARDING - HOUSE.
Located half a block from University grounds. Under new management and with
the view of accommodating any person applying for board. We are assured of good
spring patronage. Shace our capacity is limited apply at once or call at 11 Maynard
st., nett to School of Music.
F. J. RENNINGS, C. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
JUST OUT!
sUniversal Crandall typewriters o.a
AgensWanted veywhes, Snd frtl g~s.
d CR1\ALttMACHINb CO., GROTO. 0 .
sab Broad ay.MwY " 26UUs e. a o..
DO YOU EAT NUTS?
Fancy Mixed Nuts-------------------------10cperpound
Fancy Mixed Nuts 11 lbs for $1
Fancy Virginia Peanuts... l - - _ -.. - - - ..- -.- - - - ..- -.. - -10c per pound
Fancy Virginia Peanuts- . . . . .12 lbs for $1
DEAN & COM PANY.
44 South Main Street.+
UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALENDAR.
Miss Charlotte Jaffe, of the School Thurs., April 23--Faculty concert in
of Music faculty, is recovering froml Sclool of Music series.
a serious illness. Fri., April 24-Iion. Theodore Itoose-
Tie Michigan Agricultural College ;iiiliiinS.I'. A. coulwe, on Enforce-
nient of Law."
will be made co-edclational after this April 2-Annuol election of
year. officers of Students' Lecture Associa-
A conference of Micligali hlealthti ion at 1:30 p. i.
officers wilibe held in Ann Arbor in Sat., April 25--Mrs. Jarley's Wax.
the olear fulure. Works" in University Hall; benefit of
fund for the Woimaii's Building.
Thf lebetors of tie '99 class base- Sat., May 2-'Varsity vs. Oberlin at
ball team will hold a meeting today at Ann Arbor.
4 p. In. for the election of a permlan- Thurs., May 7-'Varsity vs. O. S. U.
tnt captain. at Ann Arbor.
The senior literary class has de- Sat., May 9--'Varsity vs. Chicago at
.Chicago.
cided to have its sw5ilg-oult at vespEr Sat.,May 9-Ainial concert of Uni-
services Thursday, April 30. Caps versity Glee, Banjo and Mandolin
and gowns may be procured at 44 E. Clubs in University Hall.
William st. Mon. May 11-'Varsity vs. Wiscon-
Dr. It. S. Copeland will attend the sin at Madison.
Wcd., May 13-'Vairsity vo. Cliicago.
general conference of the Methodist it Chi-ago. vC
Episcopal church at Cleveland, O., Mon., May 15-'Varsity vs. Indiana,
iext week as a lay delegate from the State University at Ann Arbor.
Detroit conference. Sat., May 16-'Varsity vs. Wiscon-
Miss McCobb, of Mrs. Jarley's Wax sin, at Ann Arbor.
Wed.,a ay 20-'Varsity vs. Chicago,
Works, arrives from the east today at Chicago.

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main and S. State St.,
Corner of William.
Invite your attention to their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
We keep the celebrated Ashby Racquets,
strictly high grade at a less price than
other racquets that are no better; also
the Talisman, oxford and Harvard for
cheaper racquets. Try the new Tennis
Ball, the Slazenger,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also BaseballGoodsand Hammocks.
Those Wishing to Keep Up Prac-
tice in
DANCING
can do so by :oining the club classes
to meet at Granger's Academy
Tuesday and Saturday evenings.
$Your Teeth
Can easly be keptpeary white by
using our tooth powder. We k.ow
wha's in it. WVe moeit The
dentists say its good. If you don't
like it bring it back and get your
$ money.
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
nolmes' Livery can fit you out the
swelirest rig in town. Phone 'sin from '
here.
YOU MAY HAVE USE FOR A
Telescope,
Suit Case o
Trunk
When going on your Spring vaca-
tion; if so the place to make
your selection is at
CUTTING, REYER & C01
SPECIAL.
D IETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits and Pants
at prices to suit everybody; we also do
repairing, cleaning and pressing. Work
called for and delivered. No. 48 S. State st.,
econdiloor.
O. M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
and Metallic Caseta and Fine Grade
Cotus. Embaming a Specialty. No. 17 s.
Fourth ave.
U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
.rooms. All appointments first clas.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladiesartis-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski S. State st.
WHEN YOU WANT yourclothes cleaned
pressed, relined or rebound go to Mrs
Fingerle, over Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
A, NEW
CODLLAR

and will be the gest of Prof. atd
Mrs. Warren P. Lombard during her
stay ii Ann Arbor.
Anderson will not be able to pitch
in any of the Saginaw games on ac-
count of an injurp he received last
Friday by running against an iron
rod while practieing.
Instructor E. F. Johnson will deliver
an address before the graduating class
of the Van Wert, 0., high school Fri-
day. Mr. Johnson was forierly sup-
erintendent of that school.
Somers and Tanner, of the Saginasw
team, are down with malaria at Tif-
fin, O., but will come on in a fese
days. Snyder, the short stop, is here,
but was unable to play yesterday
though lie will probably be out today.
The '98 dental team will play a
game of baseball with the Ann Arbor
Hligh School this afternoon at 2:30, at
the fair grounds, they also have a
game with the Normal nine at Ysi-
lanti, Saturday afternoon.
Subscribe for the Daily.

EXCHANGE YOUR T CKETS!
Holders of Students' Lecture Asso-
elation season tickets will exchange
them for coupons admitting to the re-
maining two lectures at Palmer's
Drug store, State street, on Thursday
and Friday, April 23 and 24. or Friday
evening at University Hall. This is
necessary in order to apportion the
number of electors among the several
departments as provided by the by-
laws. Be sure to put your name and
department on your ticket. The an-
nual meeting for the election of elect-
ors will be held Saturday, April 20,
at 1:30 p. m., in the various depart-
ments.
LOST.
Fountafin pen, on Monroe between
Staite and E. University. Finder
please return to Steward's office.
Messrs. Wright Kay & Co., of De-
troit, have such connections with the
principal manufacturers of Walking
Sticks that they are able to offer spe
cial inducements to classes requiring
a large nuniber. Many of the largest
universities have been supplied by
them.

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