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April 25, 1896 - Image 4

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THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

WHY NOT US E x~ --ORnon
TH EBEST? HYGIENIC a BOAR~DING mHOUSE.
Locte bal blckfro Uivesiy gouds.Unernew maagmet and with

TIhE VICTOR LEAGUE
BALL is unquestionably the
best ball on the market. Iland-
madc of the best materials only.
Every "1official " League
Baillcon the mnarket is an
imitation of the Victor.
Examine the VICTOR line o
mitts-endorsed by many lead
ing players.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Makers of Vitos Bicycies
GI1 'padiig & Bst
"Tic'V lmi is a Can-
- nice" th1at the atclel
',..I nit is tihet
'adacd. Ifissforss
-d -uppie ofi caer
iii aceiptis for isase
ball. Teli, Gif.
iitisiaiencd Caal~gtti.
IrHE
Spalding icycle
FiOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
NewneYoek, tChiago, 5'llaiirpldss
Largest i Saiifaeini o c cles iantiAt-
lein. Gad in tewisrld.
F'IRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN AROR,
Ogaizeud 1t6.
Capta, $i00,000. Srplistanad Profits, $40,00
Transacs a genea akiiggbusnmes.
Foreign excange tught andand. Frnish
letters of credit.
P. BACGItees. S. IV. CLARKSON Catier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital SetkV,00.tSurplutis, $100t00.
Reinacces, $2,10d,000.
Organied undethe General Banking Laws
of this State. Receveen deonits bys and
sllis elinogo as the Ipriaciplatcities of the
United Stte. iDraft cashedupo proe
identficatin. tSfety deptsit bxes in rot.
Orronnit: hitin ach Pe. W. I.
HarrimanoVie-rs.: s RisF.Iscoel,
Cashier:il. J. Fitto Assitat Cathielr.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHES
Evrythina in the Bicycle
line at
MSTELRSCycle Efprium
11 .Washington St.

apng e'atroci'. Sit ce ourcapacnity in ltmitcd apply atsance or cai-t ti tMiaynsrd
ai.,nst tohol oftaluaic.
F. J. RENNINGS, C. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
JUST OUT!
fyuniversalICrandallIZypewrters fl ,
; 1, e ANDALL MACHINEL CO.- cROTONhN.

YOU PUT YOUR FOOT
IN IT.

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I HAT' just what we want vote to do-hut
S ou fotinaHA&NAN SHOE
anti yiu will siay it's the iceent anti lest
fitting shioe yiou eves' had cii. Coale and
scO them anyw ay.
'Geo. C. Shirts, 85 S. State
Street.
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids.

Fancy Miked Nuts.
Fancy Mixed Nuts -

_ 10c per pound
- - 11 lbs for $1

Fancy Virginia enus-------------l per pound
Fancy Virginia ent-----------llbs for $1
IDEAN &COMP1FANY.
44 South Xain Street.
UNIVERSITY N OTES. Schooltiand Iibitle classei; 1) . Iiill.,a
A clssa itit; lgat 'lT will beihliS aad ttly a mt i elln tt
it BtoottsiC. SIInsay at 4 nelttels. t-tmnlt'i- :307 1)1. itt.,eveniing trayeri-n d t
sen bya ret or -i.
Ihigeie '. isi'sles ucetltc't ~ Anueffois ein clg smide toit ilige
cisitita t i tlist-c l uttdresait theii
I'ir ita erice btween'im'lsaian 1'. Canumeft
ii'ti ofl' t('tiiga. it .K Snai h liot a iii
A unisiise ' siis'on ien tion sill b he' l dFilB cotl eanio ni
at Htarvasrdil sy 1IS lto iaiiiiittecni-runsofAeiandEgn.
At the tCongega'etionsal i-Iiise to.i s-

MOORE & WETMORE
e S. Main and S. State St.._
Corner of Wiliam
Invite yer atetionat their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
its~ Ikeep the celebated Astiyn ten et
strictlip hi is rade at s ciasirie tlin
othiesrraisqnt that aenro iAlter; also
she Taltissma'ni Oxford and las-assd fr
cihcaiier raets'. Try te new Teasnis
Ball, the Slaeger.
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Alsn BsealfGeds and Hasmmcs.
Those Wishing to Keep Up Prac-
tice in
can do tob~oi isuse lu ib ciass
toameet t Granger's Academy
Tuesday oiid Strday eenings.
0 'tourTeth
Cantsncsig e ept laearly whiite ly
0 unsao.asithndipater. Welknowse
whsls ini it te sake it'i'lhe
deiss sasy ita sid iyesutdsi't
Iesiing it lickad geyur
monsaey.
PALMER'S PHARMACY. 0
Hlis' iva serycfty eota ie0
wrlest is.; in tewn.isPhie 's milarom
YOU MAY HAVE USE FOR A
Telescope,
Suit Case or
Trunk
When going on your spring'a-
tion; if so the place to mae
your selection is at
CUTTING, REYER & CO.
SPECIAL.
D IFTAS &. 5CHAN7/ seli Sls and Pats
at prices to sit everybody; we also do
repairIng. clesniog and ~resig. Work
called for and doflered. N. 4- . Stato St.,
eco d flor.
( f iMARtTIN. Fneral Director, Cloth
- l ndEetllic Caskets and Fin Grad
Colis. Emalming a Speciaty. o. if S.
Fourth av.-
U. OF Mi. SHAVNG PARLOR and Bath-
rooms. All appointments first cass.
Imported and domestic ciar. -Ladies' artis-
tic hair dresing and bathing pariors. J. I.
TrojanowskliS0S. State t.
W~ HEN YOUO WANT your clothes cleaned
pEssd relined or rebound go to Mr
Fingerle, over-Seeanhboktore. La-
oratory aprons mds to order
r NEW
COLLAR

litlaic's f'o' lii' presidenmcy'.
1101i. '''Tieodire loosesvi-tswas iii-
tertanesd wihile' ithecty' to- Ielta.
'Tlit'96'LtdI.basebtall tei ales bei'i
c'all'ed out for lplacticeonthlii'Campiusti
every- afternooaoiit 2:15aot-iock.
Therelire sixste'en iriternities in prn-
fessional schoolsinmberiing maout
fifty' activschtaters stit S,SO iuiem-
hero.
'Ihere'airetelteiencollegesosrorities
inl tile UnitieiSissies, the oldlest lieing
Pi Bleta tifacnted at Mlomnocith in
1867-
Tawo caiiiidates has-i been dropsped
from Itie X'mlte basebhall squad because
they' ptlayedlonsuintr athletic cluib
teams.
"The Story of Jlonahs in the Light of
Modern Investigttions" -il11 be the
toptic discussed at the M. E. church
tomiorrowr evening.
Four hundred anid twventy-four col-
leges swith classical courses in (icr-
imsany have gradutaedl 10,600oimensill
the last three years.
Tomorrosw's opt-vices at St. Andrew's
church swill be as followvs: 7:30 a. itn.,
holy cemnuniion; 10:30 a. in., morning
prayer litany and sermon bsy the Rtev.
Rt. M. Beach; 12 in., parish Sundatyj

mnorrowa-lt 1o0i. iii,les.XW. I-1.
Stog fJcsn ilpec ne-change waihthe Itastor. 'The otlier
serv'itces still he held as follos: 12 il.,
Siunday sehool; 6:30ip: im., Y. tP. S. C.
L.; 7:30 it. Iii., 'Yauing Slit-i's iinmmcla~uy
Evening Club, snbject "'Tie Sate
Sldt'"lResa. Mr. Stroing waill spieak.
Thlle uieiieri of the loellG(ootd
Gov'ernimeint Club hail hopted to msile
larrangemients by wvhichiliiiaddresh
swouitS be deliveredl befhore the i-mb by
S Mr. ttoosevselt ws-ile in Aiiii.Arbor.
This asniot possible.,lhowaevei, as
SMr. IRoosevelit wa conipelled to cc-
tun as sooin as possible. He svill lec-
,ture at vale Slay 4, under the auspices
of the vile Civil Service lieforin Club.
ATTENTtON BICYCLIISTS.
If your bicycle iteeds cleaning or
repairing Tucker & Co., 1S N. F'ourthi
ave., is the place to get good svnorts
done and at prices that wvill suit ill.
Wle rent anti sell asheels, also have a
full line of up-to-date sntdries. Our
niotto is 'Live and let lire."
Messrs. Wright Ktay. & Co., of D4-
troit, have such connections wvith thme
principal manmufacturers of Walking
'Sticks that they are abile to otter spe-
cial Inducements to classes requiring
a large nuniber. Many of the largest
universities have been supplied by
them.-

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