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March 12, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-03-12

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Schaller's Bookstore!~ GRIP
Formerly with George Waher, 9 REMNIE DI E S !
KWashington st. Headquarters for
"everything a Student needs in the ALL KINDS
live of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general. -T
MARTIN SCHALLER ..Mu mr'
#ME DOWN-TOWN BOKSLER EW DRUG STORE,
E. Washington st, one block
east of Main st. COIL WASINGRTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE.
'95 LAWS ! FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
HAVE YOUR Organised 1863.
'Oapltsi, $sit,0(. Surislus and Profits, W4,000.
(AME ENGVE D Transacts a general banking business.
(wceig-- exchanges Uaagkt and sold. Furnish
--AT-- ietterssoce dit.
XW'. ARNOLD'S eeer VAi Ps .W CAKOCashier.
A.RE YOU TWT1IRET
i1_ We havssomething new snd-superior in this1
pk~Jvy-H HOW ITO© IS
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flow
_.___Buy Best Western Patent Flour
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 c-
________E_______ Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour f(
ANNIE. ARDFSTER' Buy Six Pounds of Crackers foi
11,ANI AD f SG# Buy 73/ Pounds Bent Rolled Os
School of Dancing ad Delsarte. =)E
- .,..,. 1 . ! .1.« ..1..,:..,..,. . a 44 South Main Street.

M31OORE & WETMORE
65S. Main Rt., end State St., or-
ner of William St., hiave a
complete stuck of
IJNIY[SII IXIBOOS
New and Second Hand.
NoesBeaks ar d ether Students' Supplies
1Fine Stationery. Spsrting GOeds,.etc., which
they utter at the Loeest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
4NN EMT EBOR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Giss and tDnmestic Finish .
S E. S. SERV'ISS, Manager,
123 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.

(GYM SUI'TS.
* . We have got them.
The hest goods fer
__ LEAST MONEY..
Our gynasiumn suits
. . are made by the
WO ~ EMAN WHR[[CO
(makshn of Victor
Bicycles) and are
fully guaranteed. A
great many are in
- EXAMINE THEN.
-AT-
M, STAEDLE'S CYCLE- EMPORIAM
1t W Washington st.

' I

D TJV FOUNTAIN PENS?
Hite. IDrop us a postal before haying others.
YT. WASHINGTON. D. C.
CONOI.I Si.
rt for $3.00 per Barrel.
xfor $3.75 per Barrel.
subts per 1-16 Barrel.
For 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
25 cents.
ats for 25 cents.
.SALN 8&COMlIPAN~Y

- - -

t5aturday, 10 a. m., Gentleman beginners class. ___ _ , _

Saturdasy, 4 . in., Lady beginneris ess.
Ileista ,7;3 p. nn., Advanced Ciass (Ladies'
and untemen).
°vssssds ,7:30p.nm., Beginners Class (Ladies
and Getiemen).
Prvt vssns by appmointment.
UNGVTERFER E$i?
35fSUW~I5l5E .511 ton at.
Second Semester
TEXTm- BOOKS,
New and Secondhand for
All Departments
of the University at
lieelian-&Co.'s
Booksstore, State St.
]SST NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 250.
WATCH
FOR
~OUR
SPRING
STYLES
}FINE
SHOES.
NATTY
NOVELIES.°

I

UNIVERSITY NOTES. {
Gs. F. Well, '93)law, was admitted toII
the Ohio lootlloot week.
!iownril Coffin, F9T Ht, is ivoav o
vkinslow.No. T at the post t-
I1-0.to Kawada, '94 it, hits been
dt-oftet' Atho the. Japajsa navy.
Ltit. firttdte-bate in the s la tw
ci ass itt oral discus-sieuna will be held
On accouant of the ideath of Mr. Wal-
lace, a moeiker of the class, tCo ban-
d'uet of the '94 its .has becen lostpsoned
v, the first week In April.
tOwiiig to a change in the sroonge.
niuls, 1ltse funeral of" Mr. Walter G.
Z- all ta, will be hcld at Ili Cogre
gat nial church at 1:30 today. 1Rey.
Il-lahaw will officiate.
Tho first faculty concert of this se-
imester takes -place next Thursday
evening.
Instructors Hughes and Smith made
a flying business trip to Detroit last
Saturday.
Col. Robert G. Ingersoll will lecture
"s the Bible at the opseix house Mon-
dlay mga.maccetis.
Miss Octnvia IW. Bates, '96 law, is
to enterttaln the Webster society at
thei-r meetIng Mareli'2T, by a short lee.
vwe an- a"Darwin."
Cu. Ft. Lotbrop, non-resident lee-
~turer on {patent law will lecture to
Te post -gradtuate lawn this week com-
vnaing Wednesday.
Prof. '361m. W. Champhliia, of tis
'law leeslilty Is 'talked of as a i enio-
-emai"-_ -ominee for mayor of Gra.nd
,4l"34.4 at tlie.reining spriug v~clnime
Air. IH. Prisn, '96.,dent, will sail for
Ilermay about April 15, wherelp
-WlS gis's a course in crown aod brtdge
work, retsurning to graduate with his

4Studeiits' Ministerial baud niet:*t at
Mfe111ilai hail Thucasday evening at
61:301. All studeiits conteinplatiag the
iminisry are. invited io be present. A
constitution will be adopted at this
nmeeting.
An entertaininit of a uniqtie de-
sription will be given at lbe Presby-
tenoan church, Tuesday, luchi 19, at
S It. i. It will consist of Thie Irou-
dlerinig of the, most diffietdt music biy
Prof. IHowe, on a plusnograph withiout
esac tubes, so that it can be. heard by
the entire audience. The prograit will
include music by (diisoces aiid the
Marine bands, Baldwin's Cadet band,-
cornet solos by Jules Levy and Walter
Enterson, and of music by artists oii
the piccola, banjo, flute, clarinet and
xylophone.
The following nic-ses have beens
added to the list of las?-ball candi-
dates% as It noW stands w henk cut down:
Vanunyl, Baird, Bryant. and Hurd.
This makes a, reduction to 33 in all.
It does not, however, mean that any
candidate for the 'varsity nine not
nmentioined Is necessarily debarred
from any chance of making the team.
When outdoor practice begins, every-
one who wishes will harts a fair aind
equitl show for the teami and the
choice of the men will depend entirely
upon the showing; rtlehlou.
Program at Vesper Service Today-
The program of bhb. vesper services
^+ T.,v rslty hall from 4:10 to 4:20
twilt be as follows : Organ
tendeIssolon; hymn, Gloria
:hem, 'For-,III;.ethoLord
Mendelspohn; orgopn pow~

Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We are prepared to furnish Caps
and Gowns of the highest quality
to Universities, Colleges and Schools
tiiroughoout the Unsited States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self mess-
uremnent forms, containing alt nec-
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly fittiing garments without
visiting the store, will be forwarded
uposs request.
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORiS
different widths, at moderate
prices.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADJBELPHIA.
Th le largest exclnsively Dry Goods
House in America
PEACOCK, STRIDE"
+ +ANgD ++
WALTZ-OXFORD
music and descriptison of dance cau
be procured at
IRANGER'S ACADEMY Of OAHCIR~f
NO5. 5 MAYNARD STPENtiT.
DO YOU RIDEB?
March. Relay DIVPC
and Kenwood BIYLLES
W. T. APMADOC, W. C. MANCHESTER,
4o Wiliiam st. Ann Arbor.
TITUS ANID
CAB.ANNE
America's OreatsiSl iders have
selected as their Mount for 195,
Yes. and there arPeother.. This will
be a Spalding year.
M"-itted with Palmer Tires.
EBERBACH HARDWAflRE CO.
THE LEA TAILOR
=and Import jived the
lamest and It.1stok of

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