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March 11, 1895 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

SchaIler's Dookstore!
Pormerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washinaton st. Headquarters for
'everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHIALLER,
X HIE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
44 1. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
'9% AWS!
HtAVE YOUR
(CA1E ENGRAVED
5W. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
MARK
F1UBW CQLLhr"
MRSY ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.

GRP
tier of.. Will1imat.have a
RIMEDIFS ! ci[omplete stock of
-AT- New and Second Hand.
Note SBooksa- d other Students'Supplies
E-A-M n-vilery's Fine Sttanery, Sporting Goods, etc , wal
they otter at the Lowest Prhces.
NEW DRUG STORE,
COR. WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE. Call and see tus before purchasing.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. z -± B©
OF ANN ARBOR. STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
Orgoclectl4i3.
Capital, $100,000. Sourtius andi Profits, 0. E igh Olasn end Domenstic Oinish.
Tratsneic a gene ratlbanking husiness.
Serete eaot"Iccnoght aods old. Furnish E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
letters at credsit.
P. IOACHt Pres. S. 'i. CSAIIISON, lansier. -23 St)UTtt FOURTH AVENU'E.

GYM SUI'TS.
Pf We taes got theem.
, . .The t ent goods tar
- _ LEAST MONEY.
- Oergymsnasleresoils
are ade hy the
cC es UYRMAN AGIL C O
-" mlatern of Victstr
icycles) lied are
fetty-gssraleel. A
eg~ie~~cEXAMINE THEM,
--AT-
M, SI!AEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
11 W Washington st.

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AREYOU TNTERE T1D TN FOUT AIN PENS?
We tave ometlise, new and superior Ill Shin lice.iirop us a lostail hb~efrbuyingotthlrs.
RAPID PENI{ AC'TORY. VWASHINGTON . DC.
IIOW*TO IECO NOIVIIZE.
Buy Dean & Cu.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Bent Western Patent Flour foe $3.75 per Barrel.
Boy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pountdn of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 7/3 Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
I YEI O X A~T
44 South Main Street.

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Ksisirday, 10p. in., LGenea eginners lans.

Iltesis, 7:30 p. ia., A sened Class iLadies'
and Genlemn).
Vaesday. 7:30 p. a., Begnners Class(Laadies
and Getleani.
Private lessees by appointtant.
SCHOOL, 46 S. STATE ST.
fl~'TErnRrn CATERER,
h~n~u~Irr~r w0 E. Washidg.
Second Semester
TEXT,= BOOKS
New and Secondhand for
All Departments
of the University at
Shieelian & Co.'s
Bookstore. State St.
DB.T NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 25c.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.

I Prof. Johnson's Lecture.

J1. C.: liest, 13lit, a leocelitig. W Prof. .F. IJohnslltatlonlioke yest('rday
Texas. btifore Clii University Itibliodclsitio
Waltie Kent. '94 lit.1.s toetilim in "ubi c ttlI tilud na<itel'ai athei-It-]"

Dexter.
The eota iii l ishod i '- wi~rarof tliii-oldi
bailer, house Ccbeinjg toraetdswn.
Prof. Ziwet Nwill gieis l -assinj

(Ciristian Era."otttliiiiiiliiA' ifltrctit
iistliotts attrial hti cogtll t111011itti lii
Icticcos. SGreohs ud ,se-wnnin 1<,110 B.
j(. Tliiiadmaisiblility of (evitencee ina

tonic secioins it Svrilts-Sizuetonior- discusstedi; liheipolrlitat-ulethat a
raw. 1prisoner limust hi- lroied guilt-yondt
Judtge Grati.of Micliigcti eultre -a reasonittble douti y tyhliitestimlony
toiuet,. visitesd thieStanwdepatrtett f tCnn-ipClttet it ni-sas hoiniig
Saturday. trite ini oriiiintnl -ases then.asnonwns
It. L. WNagiter, '105 lit. forimerly of lthe Te letrettt'closid tsmith a 'soti-pal
tWrinkle boatrid. isnoion eiiilnei of the lugofthllii rendlieing stf the ve-rdict.
art staff of Clhi' etroit. Free Pr-ss. Prof. Kinownltoienill lecture litfosts
Dr.. Naneresle u-ill liere'afteru s lli- this clans onithSlit' 'rial of (Iie.
(rate his laetires in surgical antomny March 17and 2-I.
by practital leioiistritjoiic before thei U, of P. Defeats Cornell.
clasns.
The KappaecKtappa (Gammtia sorority 'fTle il--Sat-- betwceen -Petnylv'anita
eniettaicied a fnumbher of tenieniher'santI Carnell hlc i Philaidelpita I--ri-
of Clighq Woimain League Saturday day niiglitncas swon by Pennylvania.
enening at 151/ S. Thiayer st. The Gotenburg systeum of regulating
A ... Keithi, a letter carrier who wanst liquor traffic wcac discussed, Cal--
well kno~n and n-f'try Ipolar aniong nell advocatlieg Its adoptin.
te sludiont comitted suicitde Satur-
d yigh, nliuln hmslf ecuseof Vesper Services Tomorrow.
a: - ~eaffaihrThe vespec services c-ill .bi-gin Cc-
Thi Ce weire over seventy-five in at- imirronv. The services -ill ho a. givcie
tends - c at lit Allia No Saturday in Thuorsday's Daily 'and will cno--
evening.. As this in about the a'ieraege menee at 4:191. Thert'sponlsive reatd-
nlumub e tsrseoit, it slowns a great im- logs to be used are Cllase comupiled. by
pron'en'ent 9, Clie.snelely ever Che Mr.: George C. Snelibe, of Ypsilanti.
past ,seven or 'elght years. '8TAKMN
A. B. P.lest, Cornell's-pt de uring lie nve wh. islito try for a
Slee -seasons,%of '92. -ants '93,, hasn.re-place .on thes'98 .teama nhich, competes
turned ~against ''97. In.,She. relay .race- at-,tce,
tund college and will probably indoor meet ae renques te-d ' CorepentA
occuy his former position. - tl yuelmee'a
TuftsCellege will receive from Slit ice., -HIt T. IIEAL:D.

Caps and Gownis
FOR MEN AND WOMEN,
We tare prepared to furnish Cetps
anti Gons of Che highest quality
to Unliversities, Colleges ati Schtools
thtroughtiit the United Staten. at
surprisiingly lacy prices. Self itneas-
uremient Crios, containing all nec-
essary instructionts to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without
visitinig the store, 'iill 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
PEACOCK STRIDE"51
+ +AND f++
WALTZ-OXFORD
music and descriptiton of dance can
be procured at
GRANGERD'S ACADEMY- OF DANCING.
NO. GI MAYNARD STREE.T.
]Do -YOURIDE?
MVarch, Relay '0BICYCLE
and Kenwood UU
AiNTS
W. T. APMAOOC, W. C. MANCHESTER,
45 'iilliamm ml. Ann Arter.
BANGEBR.
TITU..S AND
America's Greatest BRiders hae
selected as their fMeant for '55,
Yes, and there are others.F This will
be a Spalding year.
gX",fitted. with Palmer Tires.
EBERBACH :HARDWARE CO.
THE LEAIN AILOR
and Importer, has rcOived the.-
largest and'most selept, stock of .
IMPORTED y r" DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for Spr ii ec of '195 in
the ityV, 'e I ~ased
to, have 3 id: exam~ne
the same.
F'ull Dresi 'Specialty.

WATCH
:FOR
OUR
SPRING
STYLES
FINE
SHOES.=y
NATTY.
.a .IO ELTJES.
PflfMrr 1c

estate" of-?firs:Cornelia 11M.' Jaitc98o
$75,QO&N tofond a college±=for women
R~l h iehjs to. be ,called the "Coritelil
If-.- JacksonColleefor IWomen."
jl5uie bills 1' sale at a discount a
thi li office.

908 Track Manager.
'97 TRACK MEN.
eeven track men are, request-
d their names to fIt. C. Boor-
-ne ;they, should iaoreport:
nmnasluin hod train with She'
,s for She 'varsity team..

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