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T11L1 UNIV :RSlTY OF' MICHIGAN DAILY.

Highest Tribute Ever Paid to a Bicycle
New York, March 25th, 1896.
Mr.W. C. awley, Sec. Jersey CityY.M.C.A.
The National Board of Trade of Cycle
Mnafacturers hereby sanctions a plic e-
bibition of cycles, accessories and sundries, at
the Y. M. C. A., March 27th and 28th.
Thin nncion is granted ono the cxpress under-
standing that no ehiition of VICTOR
BICYCLES will be permitted.
Tons tesy,
R. L. COLEMAN, President.
WHY are the members of the
of Trade
AFRAID to exhibit their swheels with
VICTORS?
BECAUSE VICTORS
Cost more to bui,
Are made of better material.
Shos e btter workmanship,
En easier and wear longr,
Are orth morn than other ticyces.
WHY NOT RIDE THE BEST?
OVERMAN WHEEL CO
New York. Boston. Detroit. Denver.
San Francisco. Los Angeles. Portland, Ore.
Designer amd maer of fine foot
wear. Bot place fot- repairing.
JOHN WOTZKE, 43 S. MAIN ST,
UP STAIRS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OP ANN ARBOR.
Oraizd 13.
Capital, 510,000. Surplu and Prefits, $0,000
Transats a geecral bning bustnes.
Preigen echanes bought and sold. Frish
letters of redit.
P. BACH Pes. S. W. CLALISON. Cahier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stok, 50,00. urpls, 10,000.
Resources, $1,100,000.
Organzed undr the General Banking Lawn
of thin State. Receives deposits, keya and
sells echange on the principal cite af the
Uitated State. Draft cashed upon proper
identfication. Safety deposit ous to rnet.
OFICEnS: Chritan BMact Pre.; 3W. .
Harriman, Vie-Pes. Chas E. Hislcock,
Cashier: Ml. J. rice Ansitat Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES.
Evrythin.. inthe Bicycle
MIJE lieRSat
MSTR RSCycle Emprim,
1 W.Washington t.

HYGIENIC=- 0.ARDING -=HOUSE.
tocnted slf ac lock from tniercsity grounds. Undecr ness mans-gemest and withe
thvie oi, acc ceommcodatieng asypersonc aplyleecfor bocarcd. Wearc- s-aced cf coocd
sprinee astroccage. Siceecccur capacity is linited apply at aosce or call at it Mlayncard
at., sext to Sdcool of Basic.
F. J. RENNINGS, G. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
YOU' WILL SOON NEED
A runk or Traveling 'ag
l,,rg~est assortmienit in the city. Buy it at
T eufel's arness Sho0p, 45'S. Main St.

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S, Main andiS. State St.
Corner of Willearn
Invctce your attentcon to their lane of
LAWN TENNIS GOODS,
We keep the celebcrated Ashbty Bacquets,
strictly bhxhgccrude ct caless rice cletan
other racquets sleet are rca better; also
nice Talisan, Oxfccrd and Barvard for
rceaper eacques. Try lice scw Tennis
Hall, tice Slazener,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also Baseball Coeds and Hammocks.

lyve ollars for One Guiiess lessons in dancing will Ice given
by Mr. or Mfrs. Ross (Gratnger at
May seem a big amount, but if you get a pair of their aeademny sring May anid
HANA SHES ou wll ot ave o gess June. Programn evenings, Tuea-
HAA HEyouwl o aet us day and Saturday.
again. You will always know what to ask for.
Come and see them anyway. ( 0 PACK UPI=
GE C.4 S HK""IGRTSE,0800 S. STATE I Your winterclosthees in
- II R SY STEE. (amphcor, rTrCampil-
STRET. ~ leoe, orT at (amphor
Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids. Papler ad keep out the
neiotlis.
.} UST OUT! PALMER'S PHARMACY.
U1JnVicSaI C~andllypRwr'itcrS 1)8.3 a . 14
#pe ~,cgensW ed Evcaeryhee Sened fr C atalogs._______________
4 r"' CRASODALL MACHINt CO.. tGlOTON N iI~ ak0)S r 6 rawyIc ok 0 .SlW. Ct . .-g --c.. G
U -thd XfdTYT A ''XTIT V0- '

yMixed Nuts--- --- ----------------------l0cperpound

Fane;

Fancy Mixed Nus--------------1lbsfor $1
Fancy Virginia Peanuts--------------------0ceper pound
Fancy Virginia Peanuts----------------12 lbs for $1
DEAN & COUM PANY".
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
A eceting oef tics .thlctic IBocard will
bc- eeldltoinighct.
Harevard's eVielt tourneamenlt n-as
playced off lcst weei.
Amcovceenet is econcot atlccrvcied
to lhave ccps aicctgownes of cess rctl-
Siceher,.ther:Illietois thcired bcasema,
eshlile pclayineg iti yestercass gamese rce-
ceiveel a aeleg-rcsee cannountcig the
deecth of a reltive. Ois pcace-Was
takc-e en y Scoce.
Prof. Watlkcer edelivered a lecteure tee
cconeStiinlg Inventions" last siglt
in the tan lectuartesoomte tfoe aargceg
aueince. Prof. Walker f~iiloece lis
lecteeres otspactenlt lcaw yesercday.
Iron. Martin A. Knapcp, conemiission-
cr of the Ieter-State Cccmmeeission, will
lecttare intehe Lasy Lectuere tioomteto-
morrow evenineg at S oclock, seubject
"Some Pleases of the Rilroaed Prob-
lema."
Persons desirinag to reserve' seats itn
thte grantd standc for tier Decorettiotn
D~ay game eats do so bey vriting to
str. Jewett, cere of Wrighet, Kay &
Co., IDetroit. Thaese tickets will be
lecldl tp to Satuerdaey amen, of Meay ..0.
The "Story of a Big Mow,' is she
leatding of a six columnn article its
Sundays Chicago Chiroile. ihe ar-
tinle is a aort of letstorical constance,
andt gives anise of thae facto of thae
recent Preshant-Sophoosre agitation.
ande a great detal more. fluts: ace
givens of M. B. Snow, '9 'before and
a! ter shingling,"Olin Alphma Delta Phi,

tetel Ps;i I-psilonesc-haptcctectses, t-I
(leciegers eanc-eincemtay.
ANN AlRBtORlk I. It. BULLtETIN.
Dates (of onie feire for the roundsse trite
will lee sccaee toe aney plnt stethee Anil.
Arbores Roaed DecortatioenDtay, Maty "It.
Tickets limcited to flee osne-dey only
It. S. GIii\;WO(=)D, Agent.
Before deciding on youre
Suemmter-Outtieg, consuslt Olin
"FourTreeck Series,"
thee Yew Yorek Cents-al's
tbeeatifuel boo~ks of teas-el.
Illuestratred tCataloguee sent free, psost-
paei, one recipot of a two-cemit stamip,
by George It. iDantiels, tieteerl Pas-
sengt-r Agent, Grated Central Station,
New York.
bFoer1esit--A funmished hosens. Ap-
ply at 78 E. Washeingtontsat., betw-ecu
the houtes of 1 ated 4. 178
f Messrs. Wright, Kay & Co., of De-
troit, besides being Olin largest mnt-
nfacturers of fraternity badges in thee
Uited States, aee headqluarters for
fraternity benches, book tmarks, belts,
hon hon boxes, bag tags, cattes, fobs,
glove fasteners, glove msenders, glove
buttoners, garter buckles, sockets,
silver lorgnette chents, silver lockets,
silver hearts, teenuthols, tuemorable
day tablets, memuoratndum tablets,
tmatcha safes, necktie holders, pipes.
pocket piececs, paper clips, paper cut-
ters, rules, spoons, statmp boxes, run
dials, sleeve links, umbrella clasps,
vinagrettes, stationery, crests, mno-
grams, etc., etc.

"cViking
AND
H ummner."
GOLF
AND
IBICYCL.E
SUITS.
Are up to date and a little be-
yond.
1~5 Main St.
SPECIAL.
DITETAS & SCHANZ sell Soles and Pants
at prices to suit everybody; we also do
repairing, iclening asd pressineg. ort
called for and de~ivered. No. 46 S. Stale st.,
second fooar.
®M. MARTIN, Funeral Directur, Cloth
. n etallie Caskets and Fine Crude
Coffins;. Embalming a Specially. Na. 17 5.
Fourth ave.
UF OPM. SHAYING PARLOR and Bath-
roums, All appointments first glans.
Imported and domesie cigars. Ladles' artis-
tic hair dressing and. batheiag parlurs. J. R.
Trojaaowski 305S. Slate at.
~THEN TOUl WANT yuur elothes eleaned
~pressed, relsed or rehound galso Mrs
Fingerle, over Sheeans bout stare. Late-
oratory aprons made Is order
p Ar
A ,ANE W
COLLARJ

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