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March 14, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-03-14

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Schalier's Hookstore!,
Formerly with Gleorge Wahr, 19
E. Washvineton St. Headquarters for
everything a. Student needs in the
line of 'rext-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
M.ARTI SHALLER,
IE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washing n at. oe block
east of Main at.
995 LAWuTS!o
HAVE YOUR
VW. ANOJDS, Jeweler.
AW
TRAC7l tttaf;
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of nuwm a Delsarte.
Saturday, 14 .m,en temanbegnn erselass.
Tuesday. 7:35 p. as, iteginners Class (Ladles
and. (snttemectl.
Private le-ssons by a ptoatsaest.
SCHOOL, 46 S. S'l[A'TB ST.
HANOS FE R tn
Second. e ete
New and. Second-hand for

THE~ U. OF M. DAILY.

REMEDIES!I
A.SLL KINDS
-AT-
E. A. Mummery's
NEW DRUG STORE,
COR. WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Orgasntzed 18SM.
Capital, $100,000. Sarplus and Pretts, $40,000.
Transacs-t a general basking busisess.
Foreig,. excbanges boagiht andsold. Furnish
letters af credit.
11. BACH Prert. S. W. CIAtltSON. Cashier.

MOORE & WETMORE GYM SUITS.
6 S. Main s., and State at., cor-
net of William at., have a
r complete stock of -, we have gotthem.
i . .The heat goads for
IVERI[SITY TEXT Books < - the,
LEAST' MONEY.
New and Second Hand. Oar gymnasium suits
are made by the
Nets Banks ard other Students' Supplies .
9Fine Stationery, Sporting Beads, etc , whieb OV IERMAN H EEL OI 0
they affer as tits Lowest Prices. - r (makes of Victor
s-'r y 13eyciest and are
fatty guaranteed. A
Call and see s before purchasing. great many are in,
9 i2N N B oE - EXAMINE THEM.
STEAM LAUNDRY CO. -AT-
High. (li.sn and Domentia Finish. M TBE' YCEEPRU,
i .S. SERVISS, MSI[anaSgerEMOFIU,
123 SOUTH FO)URTH AVENUE. 11 W Washington at.

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]HOW 'TO IEOONOMrvIZE.
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 pee Barrel.
Buy Beat Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meat 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 734 Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
D0.EAR & OOMI'ANY
44 South Main Street.

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Law Noten. I '95 Lit Basebail Nine.
Prof. Moceicsiusa s cxss-uithe sor The tilibeirs of last yearsa'95 lit
laws fioiiariidi'giiig nct'es' ses oilbaelltmmtlstjghinroJ

All Departmentts
of thei Uuitevsity at
Slieean &Co.'s
Bookstore. State &t
BEST NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 25c.

WATCH
FOR
OUR
SPRING
STYLES
FINE
SHOES.
NATTY
NOVELTIES.
UGODSPEEDIS

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wilts.
Prof. T. B. Clayibirg, sif teliena.
foist., is expec-teui 1st--s iiextis-s-i-to
letore-to tisen5liors o(I liii hissla.
All iiisiide-sirinig isitionsiolitie
junior law haltlsius 'wiii handsir t
caiptalin.
All '95 lasss esititiig tor thet-osffice
of clas poet sri' reqosist-si tso5h51nd1
coisy of tiseir oem~s to broesitit
Walshb linniedisitely.
The junior laisiwvill tie qtizuzed oii
Slthen's pleading bsy Instructor-
Dwyi-r inext wetek iii resist13. lihi
lesson extends frontpaige 2',)to Ispiage,
3233.
At a metiiig of the juiins isw ls s-o
yestertday afteriooniitisco-side~rhast-
ball imatters, Mr. (.x. A. Mlasni was
elected mnaiger of the tine. About
thirty namits have beoen iio-nmls iniifec
positions oil the iiine anti it tpromiises
Is be on exceedingly strong out-.
All seniors desiring credit for titoir
notes on wills itust file the notes,
with statutes and cases cited aba my
office, rosin r, before Mtarch 26i.
F. B. MEC.HEM\.
All juniors desiring credit for their
notes on agency must fle the notes of
the entire subject at nmy office, room i,
before Machl 19.
F. IR. MItIIEM.
All persona having reoms to i-st dur-
iuig ticclassical conter'it -to tbe
ld in this city the lasts'vws-k in
Mfarch will please notify ll.'. HMtz
bsy letter, or call at Newberry mll
from 9:30 to 10 a. In., or 3 to 3:36) p.
to. If notifying by letters pleuase state
brimfiy your accommodations atnd prie'
Jol day for roomis or roonis anid
board.
The Daily will be delivered
at your room the 'balance of
the college year for $1.00. All
the baseball and other UIm-

- na ietad.t..ondtoni, Ctat~tin.
li ollowsing ii-llbers of ltse niste
otf isti year irs i iti-- Unts-ersity. ..'
C'todi, ft. ti. Atustin, P. D. Bouiriands,
.1. H. Mallory, 1[. iRosenbhaums C. E.
Balirid, I1. B. Leonairui anti A. A. I'as-
solf. Altlsianitditaes for ills yeasi--
tsas itare'equested Ito reposrt to Caip-
tsain J.('. (Cointoii or Mansager J. 61.
Mitii. '"ity irt- tlso to siosvsip for
t practice lin hs'gyiiiiasiuimitfroms nows
util ouitdooi' wttork t-giuis. Manuager
Msm\Irfiui is arrangiing for outside gaitss
hiinigaire-aity cori-spnldedi wilsth le
Noi-iial Seisott, Atiriats and Altbion.
NOTICES.
Studens-ts whsoare iiiterestedin iithe
studty atiticollectioiiofos its' dinrsansi
thiri'eggs Itre requliestedsito iinet m.
it riomISb(nisritihs-iig of itain uttiild-
iiig, ground floor), on Saturday, Marchl
1tt, lit 2?is. iii., wils a viewv steensr-
ing a "Field Club."
1D. C1. WORICESTERI.
Fresslimen.wits wish to try for a
place on the '938 team which competes
aigainst '97 in the relay .race; at ihe
indoor mieet are requeste-d to" report
to mns lIn the gyimnasiuns every day
for practice. II. T. HlEALD,
'98 Track Mainager.
Mr. W. T. Livinigstont, of R: 11. Fyfe
& Co., of Detiroit, will be iii Ann Arbor
lit theCook house -Wedutenday. Tim-i
diify atid Friday. M1ar-i 13. 14, 1i,. ansd
will be pleased to siiowv all U. of lt.
memibers a full line of all thie Newe6st.
Latest asid Best Metropolitan, Styles
of Boots, Shoes, .Silppers and Rub-
' -)'rinig and Summer wear.
on whso took my satcele
asement of the gymnasium.
afternoon, March 9, -will
irn the same to the office.
inalsumn, or to 21 Packard
ino and address are printed
sliel.
J. L. LOttI.

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-
uretnent forms, containing all nec-
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without
visiting the store, will he forwarded
upon request.
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
prices.
Strawbridlge & Clothier
PHIL.ADBLPHIA.
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America
" PEACOCK STRIDE"
+ +AinD+ +
WALTZ-OXFORD
music stud description of dance can
be procured at
GRANG[R'S ACADEMY OF GANCING
No. I6 MAYNARD STREET.
BICYCLES
"Swift, Strong and Beautiful."
tienwood'n received the Highest Wenld's Fair
Awaid as Light Rloadsters...
Saleroom-il State -st.
APMADOC & MANCHESTEP.
BANGER,
'T IU S AND
America's Greatest Riders have
selected as their Mannatar '95,
Yes, and there are others. This will
he a Spalding year.
/FWitted with Palmer Tires.
ERE"RBACH rHARDWARE --CO.
G. H. 'W'ILWD.
THE LFAnlINA~ TAILOR
and Impos 'reved the
largest an Sot stock of
IMPORTED ,A 71C WOOLENS
for Spring . er of.'954In
the city, b e pleased
to have I d examne
the same.

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