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March 09, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-03-09

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

haI Bookstore!
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
,everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock it general.
MARTIN SCHALIER,
IRE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
EW E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
'95 LAWS!
HAVE YOUR
CANE ENGRAVED
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
;TRADE F Rt
IRS. ANNIE WARD fOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delaarte.
'Saturday,10a.m.,Gentlemanbeginnersclass.
Baturd y . pm., Lady beginers la ss'
Monday dltpn.A vanced C i(Ladies'
and Gentlemen).
'Tuesday, 7:JO p mn, Beginners Ca (Ladles
and Gentlemen).
Private lessons by appointmeat
x9OHOOLS 46 S. STrA' gST.
IANGSTERFER,
Second Semester
TEXT -BOOKS
New and Secondhand for
AllDepartments
of the University at
Sheehan & Co.'s

GRIP
REMEDIES!r
ALL KINDS
--AT-
E.A. Mummery' s
NEW DRUG STORE,
COR. WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus anid Profits, $40,000.
Transacts a general banking business.
Poreig' exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BAC1 Prens. S. W. C'LARIKSON, Cashie.

MOORE & WETMORE
6S.Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
NI'"SITY T[XT BORES
New and Second Hand.
Note Iooks a' d other Students' Supelies
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc , which
they oiler at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gloss and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
'23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.

GYM SUITS.
- q We have got them.
The best goods for
the
L.EAST MONEY.
Our gymnasium suits
are made by the
HYERMAN WHVEEL CO
(nakers of Victor
Bicycles) and are
fully guaranteed. A
great many are in
_ EXAMINE THEM.
-AT-
M STAELR'S CYCLE [MPORIUM,
11 W Washington st.

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ARE YOU T T1J"RESTVD TAT FOUNTAIN PENS?
We have something new aid superior in this line. Drop us a postal before buying others.
RAPID PEN FACTORY. WASHINGTON. D. C.

.I

HOW TO iECONOMIZI.
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 7Y Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
~D EAN & OlOM~-AT~Y
44 South Main Street.

Bookstore, State St.
3EST NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 25c.
WATCH
FOR
OUR
SPRING
STYLES
FINE
SHOES.
NATTY
NOVELTIES.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prof. Champlin will lecture to lhei
laws next week.
II. Dowds, '94 engineer. is working
for the Brush Electric Co., at Cleve-
II. D. Appleby is employed at pres-
ent by it bridge eonipany at Wilming-
ton, Del.
Contributions for the bust of Presi-
dent Angell from the senior tits are
rapidly coming in.
The Arena and Cio debating clubs
ef the High School last night held a
joint debate on the question of govern-
ment ownership of railroads.
Rev. J. M. Gelston will speak about
"Studying on Sunday," "Ths Infalli-
bility of the Bible," and "Divorce,"
Sunday evening, in the Presbyterin
church.
The alumni of the class of '94 are to
give a banquet at Hangsterfer's hal
Saturday night, March 16. Members
of the class may obtain tickets of R.
F. Hall, A. A. Pearson or S. H. Perry.
The Fruit and Flower mission are
arranging for a benefit exhibition of
rare China to be given in the near
future. Further particulars will be
given as soon as definite arrangements
are completed.
Prof. D'oge has assigned topics
for dissertations in his class in Greek
drama. The subjects cover the whole'
ground of the history of they drama,
beth comedy and tradegy, the place of
tihe drama in Greek life, and the ar-
rangement of . the ancient theaters.
Special attention will be given to the
plays of Sophocles, each one being
treated in a separate paper. The
dates at w.hich the papers will be pre-

Prof. Thomlyson lectures to the laws
Monday and Prof. Champlin, Tuesday.
Mrs. Kempf and a male chorus will
sing at Newberry hall Sunday after-
There will lo a quiz next week for
the j"i' "lws on lectures 1 to 4 i"
Partnerships.
Prof. Hinsdale has recently issued
it small pamphlet on the subject of
academical degrees.
Rev. J. H. Gelston will speak at
Newberry hall Sunday afternoon; sub-
ject, "Knowing God."
Seiiinary wom " in Mr. Meadero
class in Latin literature wil begin
Friday, March 15. The. first author
studied will be Plautus.
The senior laws will bi quizzed in
Equity, Jurisprudence, Wills and
Damages next week. There will also
be a written examination in Real
Property next Saturday morning.
Rev. J. W. Bradshaw's subject next
Sunday night at the Young Men's
club of the Congregational churoih will
be "Safe Sailing." Master Fred Ellis,
the boy soprano from Ypsilanti, will
sing "Ave Marie," also, the "holy
City." Prof. Kempf will also have
other musical attractions.
The program in Prof. Demmon's
Shakespeare course for next week is
as follows: The Merchant of Venice,
Monday 2 to 4; essays by Mr. Larne-
lere and Miss iinsdale; Tuesday, 9
to s Montague; Wednesday 10
s Hartshow and Mr. Beach;
to 12, Miss Colton.
rhart will deliver a lecture
te Colorado State University'
ommnercial and Educational
o of Science.' The occa-
ne dedication of the new

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
upon request.
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
prices.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America
GRANGER'S
SCHOOL OFI ANCING
All classes are under the personal instruc-
tioa of Mr. and Sirs. Rosa OGranger. Prieats
or class lessons given on any dance of merit
requested. Office at the Academy, ground
floor, 6 Maynard st.
DO YOU RIDE?
March, Relay
and Kenwood BICYCLES
W. T. APMADOC W. C. MANCHESTER,
45 William gt. Ann Arbor.
SPALDING'S
INTERCOLLEGIATE
SWEATERS
11 in es best sweater made and inssperio
te any ether on the marhet. Made from the
Snest and seftet Australian wei, hand knit.
and wan used exclussively last year by nearly
all thebcollege football elevens. In white.
navy and,,hiack.
lPRICE. $7.00.
s alding's Base Ball and Tennis $teiplien
are recognized leaders. Everything requisite
for the gameQs.
Spaiding's Trade Mark .n what yenupar-
cbaoe is a guarantee that the goods are the
best.
A. G. SPALDIMG & BROS.
NeW YoneK. PAInADELPHIA. CHICAGO.
G. H. WITLD.
THE LEAS AILOR
and Importer vod the
.largest and n stock of
IMPORTED AND WOOLEJt
for Spring and of '9in

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