THE U. OF M. DAILY.
SchaII's B store!lA Solid Back
Formerly with George Wahr, 19 T '
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the .u a.r B us
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in generaL FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, -AT-
19 E. Washington st., one block M UM M E '
east of Main st. .
'95 9 LAWS! FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
HAVE YOUR Organized 1883.
CGCapital, X100,000. Surplus and Profits, 540,000.
CAIIE EN RinTruEessets a general banking business.
F .eg exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
W -. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. P .ACII 5Pe. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
a 0 marn now made in e
e LEADING COI
l Q Ua I ty sutrer. M b
- ............._Pile"pale,:t. Price
TRADE ~7ARX free. Rcturnablc i
not found at }your
LARS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER S "nsy -tioningcolleg(
Schol ofDancng nd Ielsate.STA R .eCRESCENvT )!
Satur*ay, 10aGntlem andbginesas.
Manday,1:40p,., Adva'need Clans(Ladies' A EYOUI NT E EET
Tuesd y, 7: p. i., Beginners Clas (Ladies
Private lessons by appointment.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE ST., We have something new and suroris1
MOORE & WETMORE
6 . SMain st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
| | V gooks
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Supplies
Pine Statisnery, Spurting osds, etc , which
obey offer at thz Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
A IN ERBORt
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gloss and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.
Crescent Bath Robes
Made uti&^r our ""Fast
2,is fnccotton terry,
erry, $ o. Delivered
if unsatisfactory. If
dealers', send to us
ILlS CO., Philada., Pa.
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D IN FOUNTAIN PENS?
line. Dron us a postal before buying others.
ANTSTERFER ERER, RAPID PEN FACTORY. WASHINGTON. D. C.
20 E __s__ _g__]_ OW TO SCO NOIVIZB.
Sec SeesteBuy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Second Semester Buy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
SIg "NoBuy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 7% Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
44 South Main Street.
ti We have got them.
The best goods for
Our gymnasium suits
- d , , are made by the
- . IERMAN WHEL CO
makers of Victor
Bicycles nd are
great many are in
Mi SUEBL[RS CCLE [MPOIUM
11 W Washington st.
Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We are prepared to furnish Caps
and Gowns of the highest quality
to Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self meas-
urement forms, containing all nec-
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without
visiting the store, will be forwarded
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
Strawbridge & Clothier
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America
SCHOOL OF DANCING.
All ciasses are under the personal instruc-
tion of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger. Private
or class lessons given on any dance of merit
requested. Office at the Academy, ground
floor, 5 Maynard st.
DO YOU RIDE?
and chKenwood BICYCLES
W. T. APMADOC, W. C. MANCHESTER,
45 William st. Ann Arbor.
It lathenest sweater made and is superior
to any other on the market. Made from the
finesn and softest Astralian wool, hand knit,
and wan used eclusivele last year by nearly
all the ollege football elevens. In white,
navy and black.
Spalding's Base Ball and Tennis Sopisles
are recognized leaders. Everything requisite
for the gams.
Spalding's Trade Mark on what you pur-
cbaneisa guarantee that the goods are the
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
NEW YoRK. PAILADELPuA. CHcAoo.
G. H.. WILD.
THE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer has received the
largest and most select stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for Spring and Summer of '95 in
the city, and would be pleased
to have you call and examine
Full Dress Suits a Specialty-
2 E. Washington st., near Main.
econdhand for Shields Has Leave of Absence.
CDt e t h tSinSiields of the varsy e-
1"1 l a t(-a nI h= mes for his honwin
tos1Ot tomorrow, to be gone three
the University at weeks. He has been noininated for
county school coiniissionEr on th
leehani & lCo.'s o ratc tic leket 111111has to holi
I jhand to look after his interests. Dur-
Bookstore, State St..
BEST NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 25c.
S H'0 S CUT
LESS THAN WMDLESALE PRICES.
+ 4 ALL OUR 4 4
$6.00 and $5.50
Winter, Russia and Patent
Enamel Hand Made, Calf
Lined Shoes reduced to
17 S. -MAIkI S'.
ing his absence E. V. Doa, third
bane on the 'varsity nine last year,
will act as captain and will have full
charge of the training of the candi-
dates. Mr. Shields was at firsts deter-
mined to resign when lie found that
his absence would be necessary. but
th manager and trainer persuaded
him not to do so. When the matter
caime before the athletic board, the
directors were unaniiouti in indorsing
alis action and expressed their entire
satisfaction with the arrangeient.
NOTICE TO SENIOR OITS.
The class committee appointed to
secure the bust of President Augell
is now collecting the class tax to
pay for the work. The tax is $2.,41
and all the money must be collected
before spring vacation, although every
effort will be made to complete the
collections at once. An accurate rec-
ord will be made and kept so that
credit for support of this class under-
taking will be given only to those
nao pay the tax.
Snibsebe tar te Daly.
Chicago's Baseball Work.
Prof. Stagg will soon begin the work
of eonstrueti iiaclay diamond. o
Marshall Field. It is also proposed
to turf the outfield. The work of
rtraining the baseball team goes on
with vig-or in thecag'e."Tho"en1
practice at ground balls, batting, base
running, and sliding; and the batteries
do a certain amount of work each day.
There is little doubt now that the
team ,will be stronger than any the
university every put out. The best
men of last year's nine, such as Pike.
Nichols, Adkiuson and Abells, are
still in college, and among the new
candidates there are players of fln(
The Jeffersonian society will hold its
regular weekly ineetdng tonight. The
following program wil be rendered:
Declamallon, Mr. Prugh; paper Sr.
Coonts; speech, Mr. Covert; im-
promptu discussion, aft., Mr. Cross,
neg., Mr. Oakes; debate, "Resolved,
that the recent vote in congress show-
ed a preference for a silver basis
rather than gold and silver," aft.,
Messrs. Aldrich and Davis, neg.,
Ryker and Kellog.
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