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THLE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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HiE 11lXL~YNA&RD DININC PA.RLOR.S MOORE & WETMORE
OR 6 S. Mtiain and S. State St..
IC TOR HYGIENIC=- BOARDING w HOUSE. one l
located half a block f rotaUiversity grounds. Uner cow omanagetoent and with ss
bisalrcrs tece focotoaigaypro clineg for board. Wtecare assored of good LAWN TENNIS GOuDS.
spritgltatruoagc. sinccorcapaciy islimited applto nOOrc o l callttl ayttard s. ett colo lsc
F. J. RENNINGS, G. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS We kceep the celebrated? Ashiby Racquets,
fine construction, thorough strictly igh grotto at a less price thtac
JUSTOUT!othterercquetasticat are tto better; alsoe
ite Taliiomot, Caford and Ha'rvard fore
imanship, and the use of . . ~L IQI1H t ^DIT(LES N sfciteaiter racquets. Try thte cow Tennis
LL Al r)Ball, thte dioceoger,
msive, materials. Universal Crand~allCypewflter$ IIo.3 GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION,
y r M getsWts ~ettvryre.t etndtforcataogts.
E VC'TP hs hld hisAlso Baseball Ooods attd Hammtocks.
E VICTOR has held this ~~.eRtANDALL MAMCOC.,.GaTOsN, N.____________q____
rd for fifteen years. Re-25 ew r- __206U3.11______________________________Th-oce Wiching to Keep Up Prac-
the olla s tie in
ber -experiene atth FiveDol s for One Gness t DANCING
rY eansdollrs i the May seem a big amount, but if you get a pair of
tetshfterde. SOS cac do so by joining tite club classec
ofterdr AA HEyou will not have to guess to mocot at Grangers Academy
again. You will always know what to ask for. Tuesday cod Satutrday evecings.
OVERMIAN WHEEL CO. Come and see them anyway.
Ic ccBOTO. DTcOI.DNVR. t riT ~ T 7{
SAN FANCISO. Ls ANGLES, ® ... ... ® ... /® ,." = 0 Q S2 C C"T E L M B 1 x

Suomer act L ~ctures, Uciv. oi Virgittia.
:July J. to Scpt. 1, l896. Fotr studtentttand
pratiitioners.. 27th.yetar. Focatalogue, ad-
dress lP. 0. CI1arlot'corillc, Va.)
R. C. MI11O0,Seccetary.
A"N N ARBOR
Steam
Laundry,
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR
Orgocloed 1811.
'Capital, $100,000. Surptus and Preftts, $40,000
Trascts a ,general backing business.
Foroli exchanges hought and ssfd. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pros. S. IV. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS DANK
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surplus, $150,000.
Rtesources, $105,000. j
Organized ucderthe General Banking Lawn
of this State. Rleceives deposits. buyn and
senls exchacge on the principal cities of the
United Statets. Crafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety doposit boxs to rent.
OFrICERS; ChristiancDuck Prst .;V.D.
Harristan, Vice-Prst; Chas E. Hiscock,
,Cachier; 5. J. Frito Assitant Cackler.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S. 48 S. State St.
ITHlE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.

IGEORGE C. SHIRTS, 8TRr F'fE~XPTRESS r
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids. Brancs offce. Leave packages
__________________________________________________________ Iere., Mocey orders sold.
0 PAL]MER'S PHARMACY.
D]E l, N UT ? Hlmes' Livery htoin testdsiv-
DO Y U E T N T ?ing rigsin tie city. Photo. t lfons
Fancy Mixed Nuts------------ ----lcperpound itere.
Fancy Mixed Nuts__------------11 lbs for $1 f '
Fancy Virginia Peanuts-----------------c per pound F OR YO R

I

44 South Main Street.

DEBAN 8& COMPANY.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. Today's Game With Oberlin.
Pro. f, osco ('oilT 1yler is thec gest Todtby's gititicwith tObetrliin wil lit'
of ttrof. 11. It. Ilitimti while int Ann cttlledi promttly it I3 o'clock. Stage
Atrbor. will zullti'e, t t iis is tissuriantie of st
Al.I{ . llnbittrd, 911?, of New Yotrk fautless gttnc' as fair tosi'cisioiis tic
City. wtas iniAnti Arbott fisth palit cotnicernt'd. 'lT'e estsleniiiof tilt
of ture t't'k. iiletchers willtic rt'servetdtifir ltdst'

opien iirt recittal last eveninig ini frot
of U'niversity tHtll.
A r'cepctiontto ills' t'tachiers aitd
pupils sof tliii igh Schotol swas givt'n
by the S. C. A. at Newbecrry Hatll laot
night.
C. 1". Steinbautr, 'OS D, has retuirnedi
fr'oim the wt'ste'rn tr'ip with the mtusi-
cal cltuts, antd is tpreparced to mteet his
putpils again.
"How to (lCooce One's ('ailing" is
the subject of R1ev. ..NI. Gelstoni's scr-
nion tomiorrow evening in tile Presby-
terianitchurch.
These are least tlifty-seveni liquor
healers ini Ann Arbor, for that niassy
have filetd bondts for the aipproval of
the city countcil.
Bloomngstoni'is credhitedi with four
tut's at bat iii yesterday's game,
from which hle mtadet a three-base lilt
ando three two-baggers.
Track MTanager Wright has been in
Detroit nmakitng arrangemtents for a
tdnal nmeet wills sie D. A . C. It is
probable that one will be held June C.
The "chiaperons" at telealp year
party of the Forty Club girls at
Granger's last night were Prof. A. C.
McLaughlin aind Pr'of. G. W. Patter-;
F.' H. Ifosfonil, who will speak be-
fore the Democratic Club in Newberry
Hall tonight is the Washington cor-
respondent of the Detroit Free Press
and a memuber of the National Demo-
erotic conmmittee, cud 0. W. Meade'
the other speaker, is a member of the
Democratic state central committee.
Ripans Tabules: at druggists.

antd their i'scoirts.
Michigim's ittintg order is os fol-
low s: IHollister, 11; Watkitis, pt I-
Kinney, 21); Hlmes, c; Shields, cf;
Blootitingstoit, ii; Mc~iloie, Oh; Kit-
miontd, rf; hleard, ss.
'T'eio'ting ortder of thit Oberlin
pltaye'rs, who arrive la t oon, will prob-
abily lie as follows: Shierrill,, c; W.
C'lancy. ss; C'. Ftturer, '; tPeir'ce, 1If;
Juineson, cf; Voorhiees, 1tt; L. Clancy,
rf; G.. Fans-el', 3b, W. F'auver', 2b.
'Tis is subet to chtange.
HIOME SEEKERS' EXCUR:SIONS.
May 4 and 5, 1196, via Ohio Central
Lines.
'opoints South and Wtest at rate of
one foire for round trip, plus $2. Shop-
over privileges allowed ott going trip.
For furthier information apply to any
agent of Ohlio Controal Lines, or acl-
dress MOUL.TON HOU K, 0. P. A.,
Toledo, Ohio.
We invite inspection of our National
and Pierce wheels, for which we are
agents. Finest wheels, best records,
and honest, substantial construction.
Stofflet & Son. 153
hf any reader of the 1T' of M. Daily
is desirous of providing himself with
an exceptionally ine watch he should
by all means at least examine the
stock carried by Messrs. Wright, Kay
& Co., of Detroit. Their "Wright,
Kay & Co.," Patek, Phillipe & Co.,"
e., etc., cannot be excelled in quality
of movement and style of case. 'They
ore sole state agents for Patek, Phil-
lippe & Co~, of Geneva, Switzerland.

gradvatiog, Suit
have nothing but a
WOIRSTIED
Workmanship and Fit Guar-
amteed.
CUTTING;,REYER & CO,
SO1.EBAGENXTS.
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
SPECIAL.
TIETAS & SCHIANZ sell Sults and Pans
Dat prices to suit everybody; we also do
repairing, cleanintg antd pressing. Work
called for aod de~ivered. Nso. de S. Statests.,
.econd Slour.
®M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
. t etallic Caskets and Fine tGrade
Coffins. Embhalming a Specially. No. H7 S.
Fourth ave.
UOF IM. 8BAVING PAELORaned Bath-
U.ros. All .sppolntments Senst class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tichair dressing and hathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowskil30S. State st.
WHATEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned
Vpressed, relined or rebound go to Mrs
Fingerie, ever Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
~~NiYNEWI

BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES.
Everything. in the Bicycle
line at
M, SThEDLEBS Cycle [mp rium
11 W. Washington St.

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