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May 21, 1896 - Image 4

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Highest Tribute Ever Paid to a Bicycle!
Now York, Marcia 25th, 1896.
Mr.W. C. Pawley, Sec. Jersey CityY.M.C.A.
The National Board of Trade of Cycle
Manfactrero herey sanctions a pbliexn-
hibiion of cycles, accessries adsundris, a1
the Y. M. C. A., March 27th and28th.
Thin sanction in granted on the axpronssornder-
standing thatinehiitin of VICTOR
BICYCLES will be permitted.
Yons tly,
R. L. COLEMAN President.
H y are the members of the
___National BicycC Board
of Trade
AFRAID to exibit their weels with
VICTORS?
BECAUSE VICTORS
Cost more tn huild,
Are made of trtter material.
Show tbette workmanship,
Ran easier and wa r longer,
Are worth more thn other bidyles.
WHY NOT RIDE THE BEST?
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
New Yort. Boston. Detroit. Dner.
San Francisco. Los Angee. Portland, Ore.
Desidner attdmlker of Oine tent
wear. Bet plce for repairing.
JOHN WOTZKE, 43 S. MAIN ST.,
UP STrAIRS.
FIRST NATINAL BANgK.
OP ANN ABOt.
Orgaied ten3.
Capital, $00,000tl. Surplus ard Peele, $40,000
Transacs a geeral anin bustness.
- Foreg nehansnbohnght and sold. Famnish
letters f credit.
P. BACH Per. SW CLARSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stee, S50,00. Surplus. $151110.
tRsoonees,$1,100,00.
Orgaleduderthe Oenerat Barkirg Laws
of this State. Reeies deots,hys ad
sells esecage on the piiat cities of the
Called States. Dats ased upo pener
idetification. Safety deposit bares In rent.
Orecanor ChistiarMaek Pee.; W. .
Harrimaie-Prs.; Char E. Hsc,
CashierS. J. Frit AssistantOashtr.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUVTTLE'S. 485S. State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES
Everythinff inthe Bicycle
line at
Mt SIA[8L[I'S CyCie [mporiu,
11 W. Washington 6t.

--OR
HYGIENIC=- BOA1DING -=HOUSE,
Loeated haltfri bdoctklerm Ciresity grounds.Cilderrnerwnmanaemrrt rind witti
tire viewe of ire enreirdatirre iiy person astilytie erfr board. We ar' assurr'r of grood
snrirre .itrerrrr:;ee. slirear capacity is limited appy at once or call at 11 Mlaynrir
St., nrst to Schiroot Music.'

MOORE & WTMORIE
$0 S. Mlain and S. State St..
Corner of Wiltiam.
tnvite your atrention to therri line of
LAW'N TENNIS GOODS,

F. J. RENNINGS, C. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS Ai'!<eerp tec celebrrated Ashbly Bucrtsets.
stricty tragradle at a lis ric lelthani
YOU T IL S% N EDrthrer seqies thrrt are ni ra ter; also
YO ILSONN E te Tatiaircir, Oxford and I'arvardl for
cetepter racqueta. Try the nero Tenns
vellBall, the Slaznger,
A Trun-d-k or-" T frave lig Ma GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Lqrrgest assortmentt in then city. Bay it at Also Baseball Coeds and Hamockes.
TeufCel's 1Harness 81op3, 45 S. Main St.y
Five - oilx91 -rs f o r iie "'1Q;S S lessotns in dancitrg will bre given Utb r rMs osGagra
May seem a big amount, but if you get a pair of threir acadetmy dturing Maiy and
HANA SOESyou-wil nt hve o gess Jrune. Programceenings, Tues-
TAA HOSdotwl o hviogus ly and Saturday.
again. You will always know what to ask for.
Come and see them anyway. 0 ts o Peasn
8 SSATEI 0 toel erri 1. litf yor shdretrt 0
I T ^ c~ ep(t!wror rscitinSTREET. eartitet.Eeypscito
Aetfor Mayhew, of Grand Rapids. rierrrr ld ciae frlly filled. 11in0t
Agent Bel,t (arthbe araid to rig hard.
JUS OU! 0 PALiMR'S PHARMACY. 0
aLE AND' $-I ti ln~ s n e r e t r ict Si ireat 9
f a~~~t ti 5oso; wh ou v e'ottI leIat 9
t - u.niversal Cran dall ypewriters nf.o+ s
AeWar n tedaEvrywere. Sdfrriietalogs.__ __ ___ __ ___ __ _
' z u Ra~rCAtDALLMACHINtEtCO.OlIOTOt, N. =-
Thf XT1I T T IC A V.TTT T Q ') ~

LF.I IUU in icVI IN U 1JR -
Fancy Mixed Nuts --l------------- 0perpound
Fancy Mixed Nuts__.------ ------- 11 lbs for $1
Fancy Virginia Peanuts -10c per pound
Fancy Virginia Peanuts--------------12 lbs for $1
DEAN &COMPANY.
44 5etath-Main street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALENDAR.
Tthe (Chicaigo teami left lost night stn Timar, lay 21, 7:30tp. ri.--Nagirr
ifhe 10:12 r'ast-boutndrl MieigatiCen-i111 t in trMary Festicval series.
tril troit. Fi..,Stay 22, 3 tp. ta.- Syrmphtony
1t. H. Whtiten!. formierly roe6 t, troaw cetreert iniMay Festival se'ries. AMis-
.k Cthicago 'tedieal College was in cellaineouts cotreert at S . 11r.
toan yesterday.Srr., -lay 23, 2:30 p, tm.--Orestral
Iti.'0. Atustin,R. has tbeetn re-elected mratitnee itt flry tfestival series. ilrst
pritncipaal of tthe Salitre schreol with ati pefortmatree lnt Sietilgan ef "Sattat-
inceae in salairy of $1010. soft nod Delilaih," by Sault-Sareis, at
HI. A. Prtt, '9C L, of Pittsburng, ta.., 7:30tP. Ito.
ottd Siss Etel Hoyt. of Anta Arbsr, Mofnt., flay 25--Varsity vs. Illinois
avere married at 20 N. Statte St., tast at athletie ;feld. =4:13.
nigtht. ATTENTION BICYCLISTS.
Corinell defeafteed Wisconlsitn S to 7 If yeur bicycle needs cleanitig or
in a seven loting contest Tuesday, repairing Tuecer & Ce., 18 N. Fourth
wihich was not as close as the scorn ave., in the place to get gonid art
would indicate, done and at prices that will S1fitiall.
Tthe setilor traeical students avent tn We retnt and sell whleels, also hase a
Pontiac yester'day to exanmine tire c..tmlinn- of nn-to-..Ason rrnmrio. One

r
ii
t
r

"Vikingr
AND
H ummner."
ANDO
IBICYCILAE
SUITS.
Are up to date and a little be-
yond.
153 Main St.
SPECIAL.
1D JETAS a SCH3ANZsell Sales ant Pares
at prices to softeerybody;r-,we also dn
repairin, clerainganed presning. SWork
catted for and de~ivered. No. do S. State at.,
econdfloor.
M.iMARIN, Funerat Director, Cloth
0. and Metallic Caktstanad Pine Grade
Coffas. Embalmin a Speialty. No. 17 S.
Fourth ave.
UOF N.,SHAVnNO PARLORanod Bath-
U romn. All -ippoiitmerrs fSrst cfla.
Imported and domestie cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and bathing partoras. J.
Trojaruwohi 30S. State st.
~THEN YOC WANT your elothes cleared
~pressed, relned or, rebound go to Hen
Fingere, aver Sheehan's Pool stare. LaP-
oratory aprons made to order
COLLAR

asyltum. Drs. leoihiiatiatndi Stexregor
accomplatnied Itieti.
Tthere will Ire a tmeetitng of the '097
class at the hotmeopathic atuling thtis
afternoon at 4:15 to considler the mat-
ter of a class annulal for tnext year.
"Vesper oervice hras been discontin-
ned for the ritmainder of the senm-
ester. The chors aill tmeet as usual
at thtee o'clock for training on Tnes-
day atnd Thtursday.
Thte jutnior enaginleerinlg class aaill
leave for the northtern part of thle
state Saturday, where they are to re-
matfin until the close of thle college
year. Their party will consist of
fifteen juniors, thlree senior engineers,
who will act as assistants, and Prof.
J. B. Davis.

motto f isriveand let live."
Mlessro. Wrigh~t, Kay & Co., of De-
troit, besides being the largest man-
ufacturero of frttternaity badges in thre
Unilted States, are hleadqunarters for
fraternity broches, book tmarks, belts,
hon hen boxes, bag lags, canes, fobs,
glove fasteners, glove nmenders, glove
bnttoners, garter buckles, sockets,
oilver lorgnette- chalis,. silver lockets,
silver hearts, mlenthols, memorable
day tablets, meofe randum tablets,
matchl safes, necktie holders, pipes.
pocket pieces, paper clips, paper cut-
ters, roles, spoons, statmp boxes, run
dials, sleeve links, utmbrella clasps,
vinagrettes, stationery,' crests, mono-
grams, etc., etc.

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