THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WhaIIers Hktoe1A Solid Back MOORE & WETMORE G MS IS
6S. Alain st, and State st,cor-
______All Bristle ner of William st., have a'HB
Formerly with George Wahr, 19 "cmTeeTtcko Theebest goods for
. Washington st. Headquaarters for .;'.i -r1r~IMIIDIV TY OI.
everything a Student needs in the *r ru1 L..J.AJI1UNILIIIVERSITVTXT 'OK
line of Text-Books, Stationery andth
Miscellaneous Stock in general. FRTET-IECNS New and Second Hand. OuLEasmNEY.s
MARTIN SCH[ALLER, TETYFVE Nile Books a d ether Students' Supplies ar.ad.y h
TH ONTW OKELR A-Flee Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc, which ( OVERMAN WHE[L CO.
TE ONTW BOSELR-A-they offer at the Lowest Prilen. L (makers of Victor
19 B. Washington st.,one block jM4JjM11 ft/I I I .Bicfullysguan e
east of Mai nst. lv v vi*Il~ Call and see us before purchasing. great many are in
'*95 x- AW FIRST NATIONAL BANK. A-_NAR R EXAMINE THEM.
OF ANN ARBOR. STEAM LAUNDRY CO. -AT-
HV YOROrganized Furnis H ighslGlossLand Dome[tic FiniUh.
p ita),$10t,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000. iig (S aan Dmsie iih. TAO [frnnw.
C ANE ENGRAVED 'Ttsots a general banking business. S. SAERVISSCYLManagerM
-AT - letters of CTWut. 2 OT ORHAEU 1WWsigo t
'W'. ARNVOLD'S, Jeweler. B 11I1 Free. 5. W. CLARKSON, Cashier. cUitFUT VNE 1WWsigo t
__ - ARE YOU INTERESTED11' FOUNTAIN PENS? Caps and Glowns
YSn E FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
SWeihave something now snd superior in ibis lie. Sleep us a postal before buyisng others.
MAKRAPID PEN FACTORY. WASHINGTON. D. C. We are prepared to furnish Cape
C~1AT TO ~ NO ~IZE. and Gowns of the highest quality
SO ." O', O MI E to Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel, surprisingly low prices. Self meas-
Buy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel. urement forms, containing all nec-
.Tl'Bf,.T 5-i .. Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel. essary instructions to secure per-
I1 .L 9 \ ..d Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel. fectly fitting garments without
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents. visiting the store, will he forwarded
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'5 Buy 7;f% Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents. upon request.
School of Dancing and Delsarte. 44 South Main Street.RIBNINALCLEEOOS
Saturday, 1i a. m. Gentleman beginners class. 0 A Y RBOSI L CLEECLR
Saturday, 4 p. m.,Ladd--befinners -class. Metig f!riklAsoiaio.30jK4; ME'I
Mane p ic.,A dvanedCiass (Lais'n' meigo rnkeAscain Tlll; RAK TME
BOan Gentemen)s;. S~sll
Tumsday,7:30 p. in., Beginners Clas(Ladies ''Abi 6rinl:l. iPiiiislung 0assolcitin
Private lessons by appointment. niet lin tilt law biuilig Satuirdaiy ani CtONTINiUED FROM FIRST FAtGE.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE STP.,elected as otihcers for thec secoud se- Shot put-H.i. aunhasrdt. J..3M.
~iinornrrnCATERER ,; meeter Prof. J. II. tDrake. president; Raiikce, J. G. Lcwis, '9)6; F. W1.tiesi-
HA G TE F 1l 0 E.Rbasin st- I I'1 . Harrimian,se'ci'etairy, 011(1Pd- iige. It. C. Bourlantd, I. Hlehin-
ton w in H.. Humphrey, treisuerer. Tile fol- soil, '97T; J. A. Fiiilay, 98; ii. 1..on Me-
Secon Semeter 'owing etlitors xvci'e'lected: H. II. Kay, '9:~ lace; J. A. Welsh. F. Mi.11(111,
Sem ste SmthE. . HmpheyFrank It. '96 luw; h:. dtloiit.
Ptetrie,.1.Wolecy ('tiln., . E. Gal- lIalliluer thirow-J. -.NI.lItike's, XV.
4r(S tliitli Gexorge'It. Barker, Frank Brie- M. Tfhomipsoii,'96; F. W. Htenninger.
cohA.It.KeloB, .U. m0h. L lnthinsoni '97;Nors'15lw
T EX T B U4"''1110 Theleorts of otieere shewed ehait F. !t. Hall. '96'law.
Ne n eodand for es-caio as doule that forth anti all candidates not naiiid lice re-
pe- *friem outside sources, howesver, as the tamn, w-lo iiay lbe foiiiit at the -Yvin-
All D enarttten S increase iii subscriptions and sales of masiiimev-eiy afternoon.
Wrinkle among tie students has not
been in proportoniito that resultiig March S, C. A. Bulletin.
of the University at from tie increaiste among the aluini.
The newly electetd boardl of editors The Hlal cliiiiiiter of the S. C. A.
igHal H. Smsith, chairman of (lie lit- is (lie beet isublished so far this yeai'.
Snoena (~XFUU.~ entry stff aid M. Woisey Canspaui Besides a review of t(leicetureesic-t
Boostre Sttec.haimnan of (lie art staff. E. H. tm-iveemi rn the nionthi in thit after-
Booktore Mat St. plirey will be (lie business mnanager noon mietings, there are several let-
for the eat of the year. ters, short sketches and poems which
t+t T make the publication mlore( literary iii
BEST NOTE BOOS Classical Lectures at Wisconsin. charaeher than usual.
intect o 5. Wiseensin Uiiversity has arranged I.'It. 'Mensal's iecrure onl"Thee
______________________________ for n series of four lectures on classic- CrsinsVe fLf'"i rne
ni :subjects icy emintnt professors of in full aiid feinstshle leadinig amticle.
CUT S rookanud Latin. The four distiii- "For Von or Me?" is a questlopi under
CUT uishd gntleen elecedsaysthewhich D. F. Wilcox tontributes sev-
SE SALE. Daily Cardinal, ha-re readily conseint, eral short articles including a poem.
ed t seveandtheir nameg should A .letter from Smith College icy Miss
aElTA HLEAEPIE. oneT be sufficient announcement forBeeG.alwngvsnitrsig
LESSTHANWEXIES&L PRIES. s cutureti eomnmunity like Miadison. account of social and religtous life at
Thiese are Dr. F. WV. Kelsey, Profes- that institution besides general in-
+ + ALL OUR 4 + socr of Latin and (Greek in the Uni- formation concerning .(he college.
vrsit of Michigan, "Pompeii;", Dr. Frank P. Daniels writes the beet
$6.00 and $5.5Q0W. Gardne Hall, Professor of Latiin verse, "The MBantle of the Christ."
Ithe University of Chicago; Dr. Banquet of 094 Craduates.
Winter, RUSSia and Patenlt Paul TShorey, Profesasor of Greci.' in
Enamel Hand Made, Calf the University of Chic ago, 'Tihe Gen- The memsber of the class of '94, at
Lined Shoes reduoed to ins of Greek and English poetry;', their recent meeting decided to hold
Dr. M. L. D'Ooge, Professor of Greek a banquet, and Saturday evening.
. ! in the Uiiverstty of Michbigau, The March 1ii, will";In all probability, be
first and last will 'be 'illustrated lcc- the timea set for the feast. The fol-
___________ tures. The Cardinal pays a high. coo-lowing commuttees evll have charge
plument to'both Professors Kelsey ad of, the affair. Arrangements, B. B.
1,,pointing out a Wide-awake en, Selling, chairnuan; D). B. Luton andf
oodspe d's uiasm Whlich they tlake *in stiani, E. J. Ottaway; Invi#ttion, H. F. Halle
Cjoodspeed'Shating and niahttaiiusg 'flue a:tudy of chairman, A. A. Pearson. and S. H.
ri e_.IAINST the dlas ilanguaggs. Perry; D. F. Lyons, toastmaster..
different widths, at moderate
Strawbridge & Clothier
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America
SCHOOL OF DANCING.
All classes are under the personal instruc-
tion of Mr. and airs. Rose Granger.. Private
or class lessons given on any dunce of merit
requested. Office at tise Acadoeny, ground
foor, 0 Maynard et.
Do You RIDIE?
See (lie New '95 Models.
They are Leaders.
W. T. APMADOC, W. C. MANCHESTER,
di William St. Ann Arbor.
It la the nest sweeater made and is superior
to asny other on the market. linde from the
Sinout and softest Australian wool, hand knit,
and was used eclusively last year by nearly
all the college football elevens. In white,
navy aned black.
arep recognised leaders Everything re uis
for the games.
Spaiding's Trade.Sleek on what. you pur-
cbase leea guarantee that the goods are the
A. G. SPALDING & BRos.
NEw YORK. PAILADELPHIA. CHIAO..
Wild, Wild, Wild.
STUDENTS, TAKE NOTICE
0011 WINTER AND FALL GOODS
We well on Reduction.
Fancy Suitings and Trousers.
The goods must go. Please call and
2--East Washdigton Street.-2