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April 28, 1896 - Image 4

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THEI UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

THE
" Holds all, records "'
For fine construction, thorough
workmanship, and the ose 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.
N, YORK. BOTO. DEOIT. DENVE
JAuisAxoso. Lo AuNGELS.
PORTAND, JOR
Sumeme Lawt iectues, fivj. of Virgiia
July 1 to Sept. 1,196. iFor stdet. ad
patitoer:.. 2th ya. For catoge, ad-
dccxcs (. O arotiosvilte. V.)
It. c. AINO R, Secretary.
ANN ARBOR
Laundry,
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Or ASS ARBOR.
Orgaied 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Prefit, W,000
Trnsacts a general basing business.
oreign exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
etters f credit.-
P. ACIl Pres. S. W. CLARKSON Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Sto, 50,0,00. Surplus, $10,000
Reurce, $1,i00,00.
Organined under the General Baking Laws
of this State. Receives depoits buys and
spuns excange, on the principal cities of the
United States. Drats Casied upon prper
identificatio. Safety deposit bues to rent.
OFrEtnootChritiastaugh rs W,.
Harriman. Vice-re.: Chas SE. 1Hseoc,
Cahier 0M. J. Frito Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
Everything in the Bicycle
~*line at
11 .Washington t.

-OR
HYGIENIC=- BOARDING - HOUSE.
Loteed half teblotc fromenivoersity grounds. OUnderewsontsecmet asdti ~t
flee viewoof accomemodctng tno ers xon tapelying cfete ioard. OWr areasp-ure'd tof good
tprgte 1)100 ec. Sloe esurcapacity is limited apply attonce or call atU11Mayntacd
St., nexttoSchl eof Musct.
F. J. RENNINGS, C. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS

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MOORE & WETMORE~
e65SMin and S. State St.,
Corner nofWilbam.
Invite your attestion to tieir line of
LAWN* TENNIS GOODS.
We beep thr celefbrated AsilebyRMetso
strictly iii graede at as less;crice tihan
oftler racqetseoxheat teno blter; also
ste Tetlistttee, Oxford sod OParvard for
ertete'r raecqetx.Try te teewTennsis
Mali, tite Slaoectcer,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
AlsoMBaeball Coedsteed ll ammoeks
Those Wishing to Keep Up Prac-
tcae tn
DtANCING

t .l nversal Crandall typewriters In.s .::
' x T Agents teEe rywhce e entedlforCatalogs.
CReeZ ADALL MtACHINE 1C0., GR0T0N, 0N.

YOU PUT YOUR FOOT 0 0
INia T.

can do so bey joing tte cinb classes
IITOjust what we want yoteto doe-pua et at Granger's Academy
THTSytoir foot in a HANAN SHOE TuesdavandSaturdayevenings.
,nd yon will saiy it's the nicest taed h est
fitting shoo yoet ever haid on. Comle Meld Te h
Seethm Can iesIo sily be kept pearly witeeey
G e . IC "e1 rtdt i t. e5Ot,rolmaeit. The
1 t Street. dentits sagits ood. n2fyou don't9
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids. PALMER'S PHEARMACY.
DO YOU E AT N UTS ? $seelle i iutown.Phoen'nt from

Fancy Mixed Nus--------------1lbsfor $1
Fancy Virginia Peanuts-----.---------lc per pound
Fancy Virginia Peanuts----------------12 lbs for $1
DEAN &COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.

YOU MAY HAVE USE FOR A

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prtof. Kelisey-wiii meet' his clases;
againieteelwreremov.
'ThenesltHbtel ieldl eeceltionsillii
fee giveel Frideeol-eiieg.
'i'rte' new os-odes werte'pla(celedite
phatrmatieteiictelitabeeeatoreiy duerligva-
to alranlge'a gaeeee withiethe tDetreoit
H~igh Sch'le teame.
Perof.OCeliateerilslilectiere befeere ite
Eniieeriig' Society l'rieiti night ole
thit'Iloentgee raeys.
'Tesnito caip aed gown ",owing'
out" wilteke Iplace at veoieers T rs-
dacy. All seiniors are reqeedee to
tueni out withithire cesanti gowns.
II. NVt. Webeber, '914 L, was ine Anne
Arbeor yesterdaey ois iis wiiy to New
York. -Mr. -Webbice'.wito is ierlacticieng
iii Deiver, eteirn tihroteghiwiti e O
imusiclicluebs.
the emetrriteges ef -Miss Ela ..Waters
to Wt. >I. hLewis, feoierely assistant ins
the moroeeleogical leiboratory, anti of
-Miss Mtiy Sinith, 1913 to Joy W. Spenar,
-Mrs. 'r. A. Btager, shemoteteof
M:ro. . 117t. Kelsey, cdied, lit the tige of
S years Saturdlay nigiht. The fuieral
woosleel yesterd'ay afterinooii fromcethe
reesice of tProf. Kelsey onl'Tappean
street.'
'rie lectnre on "Economny of Nerve
Force" by -Mrs. Alice Merry yester-
dlay afternoon was the first of ive
free lectures on physical culture sub-
jects whsich will be given on Mondays

it 4 oeleck ien the Prctcte (leeb
roeeostefNewb'ery Ilell.
lttiegee' Aedtats, oftef fleeshcmuaen
trlack tl.iteeee Ioies -, ee etacet ter-
erangeed wieth fie State Noereatettaei
soreetly.
A meteting eoflehe inepce'nts of te
fesohmneuiclasss will fe, hcelat 0:15
o'clock ftis lafter'ntooninleethe hoteope'i-
ithlic eemphithletre. 'T eilirpe'of
Ot meting is to select candeeidese
for netxt year's Oraecle boardl.
Dr. V. 6'. 'Vaueghani leaves toedty feer
Wasliig'toe, D. ('. to tatteedethfile et-
ices eef tileAenerie'an Associatione of
Pieyoiciaeeo. whichs meetsfihe mideleiotf
the w'tek, acid before w-hict'hlit reads
two ptaipers. Di'. McClitock wili coe-
duct his classes buring his abeseeet.
HOME SEEKERS' EXCURESiONS.
May 4 acdid , 1890), via Ohio Cecntrael
L~ines.
'ro leoints Sounile icd West at rate of
one face for rond trip, plns $2. Slots-
ov-er privileges ali~owvee oh golng trip.
For fufrther infornmation applly to aniy
agenlt of OIo Centrel Lines, or ael-
dress MOUI.TON HOUK, 0. P. A.,
Toledo, Ohio.
The Daily wvill be delivered for the
renaineder of thee year for $1.
If any reader of Olin U. of M. Daily
is desiros of leroviling himself with
to exceptionally finie vat chi le should
bty all means .at leuast exaine the
stock carried by Olleosrs. Wright, Kay
& Co., of Detroit. Their "Wright,
Kay & ,Co.," Patek, Pihillipe & Co.,"
etc., etc., cannot be excelled in quality
of neovement and style of case. 'IThey"
are sole state agents for Patek, Phil-
lippe & Co., of Geneva, Switzerland.

Telescope,
Stilt Case o
Trunk.
When going on your spring vaca-
tion; if so the - place to make
your selection is at
CUTTING, REYER& CO.
SPECIAL.
DTIETAS a SCHANZA seil Suits and Pants
1Jat prices to suit everyfbody; see also do
repairiceg~ 'eleeniceg;stnd presosng. Wort
culled for and de~ivered. No. d8OS. State s1.,
cecocidiloor.
® Mh. McARIN, Funeral Dirceor, Cfleth
0. and Metallic Caskeets and Pine Grade
Coffins. Embalming a Specily. No. 51 S.
Fourte see.
UOF Al. SMAVING PARLOR and Bath-
T.rooms. Aul appointments Scast clans.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tchair dressing and bathing parlitrs. J. R.
TroJanoneshi 30OS. State st.
~I.I EN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned.
Vpressed, relicted or rebound go to Ms
Fingerle, over Sheeihan's books store. Lab-
oratory aprons made es order
App A
A NEW
COLLAR

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