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May 05, 1896 - Image 4

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TILE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

WHY NOT U*SE 11Mfl6fla NNC PA6LLORS

THE BEST?
THE VICTOR LEAGUE
BALL is unquestionably the
best ball on the market. Hand-
made of the best materials only.
Every "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 WHEEL CO.
Makers of Victor Bicyls.
NW "OR.e 33i-ses. DETROIT. D5yvEn
bo SANFACSsCO. LokAGLES.
PRTLAN. OB.
Designr and ma ker of fine foot-
wear. Best place for repairing.
JOHN WOTZKE, 43 Sq. MAIN ST.,
UP STAIRS.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, 100000. Surplus and Preots, $04,00
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreig exchanges bought anessd. Furnish
letteru of credit.
P. BACH Pes. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stok, 00,000. Surplus. 000,000.
Resources, $1,100,000.
Organied under the General Banking Lawn
of this State. Receives depsit, buys and
sells exchange on the prinipai cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety de bsit boxes to ret.
OFICERSn: Christian I~akres.: W D.
arrimas, Vice-res. Chas0E. Iiscck,
Cashier: 0.. Fritz Assistant Casher.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S. 48 S. State St.
STHE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES.
M, SIE[S Cyle EMPOrIUM,

HYGIENIC=- BOARDING -=HOUSE.
Poeated halc block fromUniveersity.grounds. Ceder sew management and with
tic. siew of accommodating any persoxniaplying foe toar. We asetaseed of tood
sprinatoe.osi.blo our capacity is limited apply at osce or call at 11 Maynard
at., nst to .School 01fSMusic.
F. J. RENNINGS, C. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
as LIIQI1 DIC(LES ANDr
U~, .niversal Crandall Cypewrilcrs 11.3 \\-
_.n N AgO ~ens tetiEveywhere Sed fotalogs.
CNILLMACHISE COi, CCTCSN 1.
Five Dollars for One Guess
May seem a big amount, but if you get a pair of
IHANAN SHOES, you will not have to guess
again. You will always know what to ask for.
Come and see them anyway.
G EORG E CSSHIR S STATE
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids.
DO YOU EATNUTS?
Fancy Mixed Nuts------------------ ----c per pound,
Fancy Mixed Nuts----------------1lbsfor $1
Fancy Virginia Peanuts--------------0c per pound
Fancy Virginia Peanuts--12-- lbs for $1
Seuh Min DEAN 8& COMPANY.
44 Sot anStreet.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. e 0 ln bightnes ild precisions. l:
larger il wIs ~iOfounsd too uniwieldy
Dr. Lombalrd will give a written 0o be liandieti well.
qoiz Farbl~iy ilooriilg in phlysiology. On lcittit of the lierary exereiscs
iThe:.sixthi sectioniliiihistoulogy andin iiconnlectioni will: the Psi Siusilont
cetro-tlielrlenlcs begani yestt'rda:y. convention to ib' heldin iii niseisiliy
A gamec of l::setbalil iclscl be payd II lTursday' eveings, the fac ilty

MOORIE & WETMORE
6 S ain and S. State St..
Corner of Wiiiam.
Invite yer attetio to their line of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS
We keep tue celebrated Asbly aciets,
salelely hick grde at ii les eigr than
other racquets ithat re no btter; also
thec Talisa:i, Oxford and Harva:rd for
ceapser racqulsi. Ty the new Tennis
Bal, the dalaer
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Als Baebll Goods ad Ha~mmocs.
Those Wishing to Keep Up Prac-
tine in
D"ANCING
an do so by joining 01:e club classe
to eek at Granger's Academy
Tuesdav nd Sturdaiy evcning.
$SWEETS, SWEETS.
A new lt of Plow's CUirug o]]
P lni st in. We get them
byexpress'eery week. WVe have
d .ownv's ficlt fyo
pefer' te
PALER'S PHARMACY.
Hlmses' OLiey ho-ialbrnd new
C reap, tiheaetri i town. 'Phne
FOR YOUR
[radvation vit
have nothing but a
WOBSTEID
Workmanship and Fit Guar-
anteed.
CUTTING, REYER & CO
SOLB AGENTS.
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
SPECIAL.
D ETAS & SCHANZ sell Sis and Pnts
at prices to suit everybody: we als do
repairing, cleaning and pesn.Wori
exled for and deivered. No. 4S. State nt.,
ecoidllor.-
O"M. MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
adMetallic Caskets and Fine Grade
Coffins.' Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
Fourth are.
UOF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
U.resis. All appintments first clas.
Imported and domesic cigars. Lades' ari-
tic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. 5.
Trolanowaki '80S. State t.
XTHEN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned
Vpressed, reusned r rebound go to Msa
Fingerle, eer -Sheehan's book store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
" NEW
COLLAR

Thulrsda~y ls'ts:'ei the 1. tI. t. asiti'J)S
(1. V. Visner. saniitariy eninee'ir o0
Detroit, will speak before' the Englin-
eering Society Friday nighit.
'Thle Alpha At n id Aililitellirary
seiiities will lioldl ithiir joist debates
Satuordaiy night in the Silver Quiestioni.
The '98 de:ntasl basebaolltam de-
feated the AHnn Arbosr High School
yesterday of tern~on Piy a score of 113
to 11.
Thoe falrst yeas lawc class hselida short
meneting yesterday ofternoon, at wliicio
som~e mlinor class matters were idis-

concert bt'letllidfoirltiattevenling,
wiltbe postponoed. until 'ihusrsdlay,
Mlay 14th.
Onie of the prettiest bicycle's in Anns
Arbor is unldtoubltedly a Bieni-tsr lin-
shed in a piate'nt translucent ena~mel
owniedi 0y-Lew H,. 'Clemienit. Thils
e~nmel is a patent of the Ben-Hulr Co.,
ad is practically indistructible. It is s
tranisparentithlat the grais of the steel
cabe leseen thiroughi the finish. ontd is
it very attractive finisih.
TUCK ER & CO.'S
Line of Bicycles at prices from $940 to
$10 and $75, are np-to-date. We rent
and repair wheels.

Cussedi. We invite inspection of one National
Dr. Fitzgeraldl annunnces that be- and Pierce wheels, for which we are

gininag toiday til einllg classs wviii
be discontinutetd. 'The iathis, how-
ever, wiii be kepstetunnlinag until the
physical exainatillons hapebeen comi-
pleted.
Owing to the exercises wbichi are to
be field in University Bull Thunrsday
eveninag in connlectionl with 0110 Psi
Uposilon convention the facnlty con-
feet annonnced for 'Thunrsday evensing
has been postponed oe week, to Stay
14.
The Slarard Glee Club has Ibeen cut
down in numbers from' five to four
men in a part. It is found that what
the club loses in volunme of tone io
more than compensated for by the

and honest, otibstantial construction.
Stofflet & Son. 153
.Lost-t'air light blue snede gloves
at Leap Year tParty Friday night at
Grainger's Academy. Finder please
retnrn to 230 S. Division st.
LOST-A Zeta Psi moonogram charm
with owners name on back. Finder
please return to ZLeta Psi House.
Lovers of fine stationery, dinner and
wedding cards, invitations, progronms,
etc., etc., will find in the department
devoted to these goods at Msessrs.
Wright. Kay & Co.'s jewelry store in
Detroit, the very choices goods that
are produced in this country. Tlae
firm mnake a specialty of engraving,
stamping, illuminating in colors, etc.

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