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June 02, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-06-02

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Highest Tribute Eer Paid to a Bicycle! 12 . L .Y1 .&P.D Dfl.N O ' P.&nRLORS MOORE & WETMORE
-OR 6 S. Main and S. State St.
New York, March 25th, x86. corner of Wiiam,
Mr.W.aC.oPalySec. Jre iy....HVT N O R ~ D b~ ~ I1
The Nainl Bado rd o yl" ~ ~R~~i~B. Invite your attention to their ine of \
Manufacturers hereby sanctions a pulic e- Located haf a boch from University grouds. Under new management and with ll l y\T~y7 1.G OS
biiion of cycles, accessories and sundries, at the view of accommodating any person applying for oard. We are assured of good
th~e .iC A., March 27th and 28th. spring patronage. Sice our caacity is limited apply at once or clt at 1t1lMaynard LW E NS GOS
Thssnto sgranted on the epress under- st., net to School of Bsic.
standing that no ehiition of VICTOR F. J. RENNINS, . W. PRINLE, PROPRETORS We erra the ceerated Ashy Racqret,
BICYCLES wit be permitted. strity high grade at a les ncrer tfan
WILN E other racquets that are no better; ato
Yours tuy, YOJ ~U W L O N NEiste Taismn,. Oford and arvard for
R. L. COLEMAN, President. cheap er racquet. Try the new Tennis
4' But, the Sazenger,
WHY re the members of the A. Trunk or Traveling Bag GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
______ National Bicycle Board Ct.Byi tAso Basebai Goods and Hammocs.
of Trade Largest assortment n theciy Buita
AFRAID to exhibit their wheela with Tenfel's 1 arness Shop, 45 S. Main Pt.R~ ~ITV ATmE
VI T RBECAUSE VICTORS Five D ollars for O ne Gtess lessons in dancfng will be given
Cost more to build, by Mr. or Mrs. Ross Granger ni
Are made of teter material.
Show betteeworkmanship, May seem a big amount, but if you get a pair of their academy during May and
Run caer and wear longer, June. Program evenings, Tues-
Are worth more than oher bicycles. HANAN [SHOES, you will not ha-ve to guess day and Saturday.
WHY NOT RIDE THE BEST? again. You will always know what to ask for.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Come and see them anyway. P .A CK LUP
New York. Boston. Derit. eHerc
San Francisco. 'Los Angeles. Portland, Ore GEO RG E C V I' ' S. STATE Your winter clothes in
S U STREET. Camphor, or Tar Camp-
hor, or Tar Camphor
Agent for Mayliew, of Grand Rapids. Paper and keep out the
II~J moths.
t~1Gt6CllE5A9 It osts no more to get a rig at
Holmes' ivery, and teres tie cts-
yo'inma rnal tyIewri~t~s no3 fertionof haunoingpaegottirebet.
AgenWnedertrysere Se berCtgs e /
- a ma, len sp as t, b, - -G O S ED-Designer and maker of fine foot D O A U S
wea. Bstplae or epirig. Fancy Mixed Nuts--------------------------- l~cper pound c c e
JOHN WG1TZKE, 43 S. MAIN ST., Fancy Mixed Nuts--------------------------___11 lbs for $1B
UP STAIRS. Fancy Virginia Peanuts--------------------l_ _ __ __ _ 0cper pound
FIRST NATIONAL BAN. Fancy Virginia Peanuts ------------------------ 12 lbs for $1 «vi king
OraieG83 4SuhMi tet apital, 1000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000-" Hum m er."
Transacts a general baktug business. UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALENDAR.
Foreign exchanges bought andsid. Furnish -
letters of credit. r O .
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier. The Commlenlcem~et Annual for ISMk Tusrs., June 4.-rirsity Field Day v~ ~ "
__________________wilt be issued by Rialph.Farnun, '9. at Athletic Field. AND
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK It ill contain the usual niatter. Sat., June A r 0--Varsity vs. Dtronto
Caia tc,5500 npussg. The '90l and '97 palrmical students Univerity a Ann Arbor. IBICY'CLiE
Organized undertheGeneral 5aningLaws y y Western Leaue at Ann Aibor Su 1 ~ s.
of this State." erceives deposits, buys and evrning by Dr. aid M. A. B. Prc- SaL., June 13--'Varity vs. Oberlin
sells echangs on the prinpa cities of the.
Unted States. raft cashled upon proper Cot. at Oberlin. Are up to date and a little be-
identification. Safety deposit boxes to ret. ond.
Oirrcixns r itianBak Pes.; DP . Word is received of the engageuet TCESF tCIAGYAE
Harriman, 'Vice-Fes.; Chao, E. Hicc, I E ORCIAG GM.
CaneherrTB.J. FrtaAsitatat Cashier. of Miss Carrie V. Smith, of last year's Tie money on tie grand stand tick- j5 {aiI-1 St.
Daily Board,,to Mir. Maurice Stebbins, ets for last Saturday's game at De -_________________
Lowneys Chocolates. of Oneida. N. . troit, wilt be refunded at tie Pi
Kapahouse, corner of ill and SPECIAL.
Hot Lunches. Dr. V. C. Vaughan left for New Washteannw ave., on Tieseeday morning, pie JAIsl ut n at
York thismorning where .he was JuneETSfrom :15 a.selltoa1tis.aDd TAnts.
Time2, rom :15a. n t 12in, a rs to suit everybody we aso do
TU TLES. 8S tt t called on business. Di. MCintock Tie reglar adiiissin tickets On reelaiing, clanig and ppresin.Wr
Wil conduct iis classes during iis railroad coupons will be accepted at second foor.
absence. the gate for next Thursdays game 0M. MARTIN, Funeral tilector,Cloh
THwih hiag. AR IUGE 0, . and Metallic Caskets and Fine Grade
MisshEmhacaFisherDof Ann Arbor, Cofis. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
TEFINEST LINE OF MisEmFihrofAnrb, Assistant Manager. Fourth ave.
I I gave a delightful graduation recital at
I Msss.WrghKa &Co, f c-U OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and ath-
B Is.Wiht a C.,o e U rooms. All appointments first clas.
ANDSPPMESais Fihrdslydcpinl ufacturers of fraternity badges in the Troanownhl B0S. State t.
NDSPPIS.aity. United States, re headquarters for HEN OU WANT your clothes cleaned
BIClYCLE SITSreMsls Edith Al. Kelley, Miss Vesta fraternity broebes, ,book marks, bets~ esed, relined or rebound g o Mrs
BIYL Mills and. Miss Louise McGraw will be o oe.bggscns oratory aprons made to order
CCESHOES. [ give recitals Tuesday, Thursday and glove fasteners, glove menders, Figrlove rSehnsboste.Lb
lbttoners, garter buckles, sockets, " '''' " ""
Friday afternoons at 430 o'clock. silver lorgnette chains, silver lockes,
Everything inthe Bicycle The regular Faculty Concert will be silver hearts, intnhos, memoable
ltne at given Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. day tablets, memorandum tabletsi
This wlt e the final concert of the match safes, ,necktie holdes, pipes rp
in ep#rr[rpep "'p series. A Pupils' concert will e given pocket pieces, paper clips, papr cut
STAi ~RE'S yclN b brLIIJiUIj, ensdya 43;. aer,. ues, spoons, slump hotes, -rn
n_____Fullre______of__________ sufsr diangforethe Daily, gramsletc.,setc.
1W.Wbngton t ntrpo falga, for T7c. by . inagrettes, sttionery, crests, mono T' LL

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