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Michigan Daily, 1895-02-05

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U. OF M. DA"I'Ll'.

BANK RUPT CLO THING SA LE
No. 30 East Huron Street, now in full blast
SUJITS, OY[BCDAIS,- MAICKIN1OSHE S, SWN[AJERS1 ODD PANIS AND FVANISIIIN gGOODS!
Less than half price This is a great opportunity to get seasonable goods at unusually low prices.
See the stock and get prices.
Solid Back THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ann Arbor, Mich. 5apitalStock, $M0,000.
All Bristle Organized under the General Banking Lawes
-- ------ --- - of t is t Receives deposits, buys and
Formrly ithGeore Wairsells exchange on the principal cities of the
Formerly with George Wahr, 19 * United States. Drafts cashed upon proper Just received a sample line
E. Washington st. Headquarters for identiflcation. Safety de s t boxes to rent.
verything a Student needs in the Harriman,Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. iliscoch, of Suits. These
line of Text-Books, Stationery and Cashier: M. J. Fritz, Assistant Cashier.
Miscellaneous Stock in general. FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A L AR goods are manufactured by the
MARTIN SCEALLER, -IVSTEAM LAUNDRY 00. Overman Wheel Co., makers of
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, I AHig "" Glans ans"D"mestic Finish. Victor Cycles, which is sufficient
19 E Washington st., one block M M M ERY'S. E. S. SERVISS, Manager, guarantee as to their quality.
east of Main st. U'3 SOUTH FOURTH AVENU. .We sell them for less than what

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN FOUNTAIN PENS? you
goo
MARK We have something new and superior in 'his line. Drop us a postal before buying others.
RAPID PEN FACTORY. WASHINGTON. D. C.
lr ATTENTION! PLEASE.
O p O I Are you annoyed b3 your lamp wicks chared? By your lamps filling
the house with a sickening smoke and giving a light the color of the
moon when seen through a smoked glass? If so, use our Red Star Oil, and
thus troubles will vanish. It gives a white light, does not char the wick,
emits no odor, and will all burn out of the lamp. Red Star Oil 8c per gal.,
GRANGER'S Water White Head Light Oil, 6e per gal., 74*smokeless Gasoline 8c per gal.
T)H.A1N & COMP A..TY.
SCHOOL OF DANCING, 44 South Main Street. an
E. UI U UNand
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Mr. Cushing, U law, waho has b):-ns to U
Al classes are under the personal instruc- at s e T d .f thr
tion of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger. Private at his home in Toledo, 0., fur the sur
or class lessons given on any dance of merit Prof. Angell lectures to the llaws past few weeks on account of busiis ,,urea
OSSO
requested. Office at the Academy, ground today. has returned to pursue his studies. feet
nor, 6 Maynard at. Miss Sagermian, 94 lit, has beeni The Kausiis club court Iid lii elo- visi
FLAG PINS $1,50. visiting Miss Fannie Cook, '96 lit, tion of officers Saturday afternoon upo
M. Crawford was elected captain with the following results: Judge, A.
Yellow and Blue But- of the '95 law baseball team last Sat- J. Curran; sheriff, C. HI. Al.xande; RIBI
tone 64c.
With U. of M. or the urday. clerk, H. L. Rose.
year 75c. The co-operative -association of Har- Mr. A. C. Gormley, who won the
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. yard la repair-a 150 paies of shoes first Intercollegiate oratorical contrst
already this semester. for Michigan, and who since has o- TI
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S Mr. Block, of the class in great ora- cated at White Sulphur Springs, Mont., Hou
School of Dancing and Delsgrte. tors, will deliver an oration on was elected prosecuting attorney of
Saturday, 10 a.m, Gentlemanbeginnersclass. Castilar, Thursday morning. Neoglier county, Mont., a short time
Saturday, 4 p. in., Lady beginaners class.
Monday, 7:30 p. m., Advanced Class (Ladies' Parties who received defective copies ago.
and Genlemen).'
Tuesday, 7:30 p. i., Beginners Class (Ladies of the Daily Saturday can procure Pully Weights.
and Geatlemea). ___
Private lessons by appointment. others by calling at the office.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE ST. 'Eacli contestant in the oratorical Exercising withi Pully Weilhts, by
NZW ST OC OF contest will be required to make three Henry S. Anderson, the welIl known It
N t.,.a..F,.a-- t e a...f h -- - -- to a

have to pay for inferior
uds. See them before you buy.
-AT-
STAEDLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
11 W Washington st.
aps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
e are prepared to furnish Caps
Gowns of the highest quality
niversities, Colleges and Schools
sughout the United States, at
risingly low prices. Self meas-
ment forms, containing all nec-
ry instructions to secure per-
ly fitting garments without
ting the store, will be forwarded
M request.
BONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
prices.
rawbridge & Clotb~ier
PHILADELPHIA.
he largest exclusively Dry Goods
se in America.
SPALDING'S
INTERCOLLEGIATE
SWEATER,
s e best sweater made and is superior
y otiser on the markeL. Bode from the
and softest Australian wool, handk hlt,
was used exclusively last year by nearly
ihe college football elevens. In wehite,
and'black.
PRICE. $7.00.
aldiag'a none Ball and Tennisa'Supplies
ecognized leaders. Everything requisite
he games.
ilding's Trade Mark on what you pur-
is a guaranteethat the goods are the
G. SPALDING & BROS.
V YORK. PAILADELPHIA. CICoO.
rild., Wild, Wild.
STUDENTS, TAKE NOTICE!
R INTER AND FALL GOODS
We Sell on Reduction.
incy Suitings and Trousers.
goods must go. Please call and
see.
Fast Wasbington Street.--2

Swea ters
in the latest styles at
Sheelian & Co.'s
University Booksellers.
GYMNASIUM SUITS,
GYMNASIUM SHOES,
BEST LINEN PAPER
in the city at
15a and 20ao rPound.

type-witten copies of his oration.
The rule prohibiting students from
taking chairs into the law library
alcove is being strictly enforced.
Mr. J. M. Smoots will discuss the
boring of steam engine cylinders Fri-
day night before the engineering so-
ciety.
Prof. Thompson will deliver four
more lectures on Easements to the
junior law class and four on Real
Property to the seniors.
There will be a special quiz in
Agency in the near future to allow
those who have absences to their cred-
it to make up their records.
Owing to the great demand for souv-
enirs of the organ dedication a new
edition has been printed and copies
may be secured free of charge of
Secretary Wade..

insiriclor o neavy gymnastics at
Yale gymnasium is psiblished in
Spaulding's Athletic Library for Jan-
uary, which is out today. Anyone
desiring to obtain physical education
should certainly procure it copy of
this book. It contains GO illustrations,
showing how the pulley n-eights
should be used and what benefits are
to be derived from theam. 'Will be sent to
any address on receipt of 10 cents by
The American Sports Publishing Co.,
241 Broadway, N. Y.
Miss 11111, the director of the gym-
nasium at Wellesley College, proposes
to teach the girls how to play lacrosse
Yale has won eleven championships
of the Inter-collegiate Baseball league,
as against two each for Harvard and
Princeton.
Subscribe for the Daily.

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