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March 23, 1895 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

uhaII&'s Bookstore! GRIP
Formerly with George Wahr, 19 R E M D IE
E.Washigton st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the ALL KINDS
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general. AT
M A RTN SCHALLER, EA. Mu m y'
SE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, NEW DRUG STORE,
s E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st. COR. WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE,
'95 LAWS FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
A W "OF ANN ARBOR.
HAVEYOUROrganciued 1863.
LAVE YOUR Capital;100, oSurplus aud Profits, $40,.
CA ENGRAVED Tr csacts a gener al bankin business.
le l Foreign exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
-AT- P. BACH Pred. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
"WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. - O-w- ---O----
SCIENTIFIC ! SUPERB ! Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flow
Buy Best Western Patent Flour
Or IB UNIBuy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cc
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour ft
BICYc LEBS Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for
Buy 7%Pounds Best Rolled Oa
LEABAD. 44 South Main Street.
See the Tribune Cyctoidal Sproket.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
'. E. NEWTON, AGENT, 7 VOLLAND ST
Phi Delta Theta gave a .ouse Party
,IRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S last eveiiitg to a m11ttbet of Anm
School of Dancing and Delsarte. Arbor friends.
Saturday,4ipa.ms.,Lectlemabegin ersclass. C. C. MacPherran, fortnterly with
Snday, 7:30 p. um., Advaced Class (Ladies' '95, htis entered Lake Forest aii is
and Gentlemen).
usuday, 71 p. ., Beginners Class (Ladies counted upoil to pitell on their lIe.
and Gentlemen).
Private lessons by appointment. Mr. L). B. Coever s-will speatk before
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE ST. the Enteineering soiety tonight at 8
HANGSTERFERICATERER, 'clock. Subject Nots oni ractical
', ton E. ws En-Ingineering.,,
Literary Societies.
3The Adlhi will presenSt the follow-
ing program tonight: 1usie, seleeted;

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
UNIVERSIJY I[T A BOO
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Supplies
Fine Stationery, Sporting goods, etc., which
they offer at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
A-Z2 .ARBOR
STEAM LAUNDRY 00.
iigh Gioss and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.

THE
are models of strenght and
beauty. The staunchest light
wheels ever built. You de-
sire not simply a good bicycle,
but the best; then you want
a Victor.
Eight styles, with almost
any height frame, giving as
sure a fit as if the wheel was
made to your order.
Call and examine them.
Sold only at
M " SA[B "'S CYCLE EMPO IM,
11 W Washington ft.

,i

CONOMIZE.
r for $3.00 per Barrel.
r for $3.75 per Barrel.
ents per 1-16 Barrel.
or 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
r25 cents.
ts for 25 cents.
J~N] & COM2PAJNYI.

.I

I
4 OF
AT
heehan & Co.'s
-ANTED HE IDE
ELLIPTIC SPRING
CRANK,
ty them is to be
+rinced that they
are Just what you. have been looking for.
For rough roads. hill-climbing and working
up a quick suurt, they are unequalled. Each
,crak tesed tell50pounds. FPrice ^5015per
pair. Wili fitany whei. Prefore purchasing
:. wheel examine the Ide Lice. Sill sell on
easy payments if dlesired.
W. P. DISTLER,
31 N. University ave
Phtinotypes
Thelatest thingin PHOTOGRAPHY
at
ERMYiMAIN'S.

impromptu speech; review of Kidd's
Social Evolution, D. F. Wilcox; de-
bate, "Resolved, that the meimbers of
the president's cabinet should have
seats in congress, aff., Messds. Stivers
and Osborne, neg., Messrs. Louisell
and Kocher; paper, W. H1. Wilcox.
The program at Alpha Nu tonight
will be as follows: Vocal solo, Miss
Gardner; paper, Miss Adams; story,
Miss Cady; reetation, Mr. Nichols;
Sybil, Mr. Block; debate, "Resolved,
that the prime object of imprisonment
is for the purpose. of reforming the
criminal, rather than for the protec-
lion of society," off., Messrs. teister
and Brown, neg., Messrs. Hickman.
and Mertz.
Master Lewis lichards will sing and
play.
Sherwood Eddy Before S. C. A.
Mr. Sherwood Eddy, who speaks
at Newberry hall tomorrow afternoon,
is a graduate of Yale, class of 'l1.
This year he has been employed vs
traveling secretary of the students'
volunteer movement for foreign, ni%
sions. .The reports from the differenutb
colleges in which Mr. Eddy has spoken
show that this year the movement has
been fortunate in having able men to
represent It. .Mr. John R. Mott will
also be present. An unusually good
program is therefore assured.

U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Sat., Mareh 23.-U. of M. Graduate
club will meet withD r. Vaughan, 13
S. State st.
Sun., March 24.-Prof. J. C. Knowl-
ton before the University Bible cla-s
of the Methodist church on "The 'Trial
of Christ," 12 o'clock.
Sun., March 24.-Sherwood Eddy,
secretary of the Student Volunteers,
before the S. C. A.
Mon., March 2.-.1. Eugene Ysaye,
violinist, before the University Musical
society at University hall.
Tues., March 26.-Annual election of
Choral Union officers.
Wed.. March 27.-Annual S. C. A.
election.
Wed., Maurch 27.-Junior lit social in
Grainger's acadeiy.
Wed., March 27.-Miss Octavia Wil-
liams Bates before the Webster society
at 7:30 p. Hi. on "Darwin."
Wed. and Thurs., March 27-28.-
Classical conference under auspices of
Michigan Schoolmnaster's club.
Fri., March 29.--Varsity indoor meet
in Gymnasium.
Fri. and Sat., March 2930.- Meeting
o Michigan Schoolmasters' club.
Fri., April 5.-Hon. John W. Daniel'
SL. A. course.
.TL., April 5.-Loan exhibit of old
blue ware at the home of Mrs. James
B. Angell, for the benefit of the Fruit
and Flower mission.
Sat., April G.-Meeting of U. of M.
Independent association at law lecture
room for election of Daily editors
Thurs., April 11.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Memorial hall.
Fri., April 12.-Spring vacation be-
gins.
Mon., April 22.--Spring vacation
closes. Exercises resumed in all de-
partments.
Fri., April 26.-Intercollegiate debate,
between Northwestern and Michigan
at Chicago.
Thurs., May 9.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Memorial ball.
Thurs.. June 6.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Memorial hall.
Wisconsin has been unable to ar-
range a boat race with Minnesota, as
the institution is not supporting a
crew this year. Wisconsin is thus tie
only western college supporting a
crew.]
Advertise in the Daily.

Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We are prepared to furnish Caps
andl 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
"PEACOCK STRIDE"
+ + AND + +
WALTZ-OXFORD
music and description of dance can
be procured at
GRANGE[R'S ACADEMY OF DANCING,
NO. 6 MAYNARD STREET.
KEN WOOD
"Swift, Strong and Beautiful."
Kenwood's received the Highest world's Fair
Award as Light Roadsters.
Salesroom-42State st.
APMADOC & MANCHESTER.
SANGER,
TITUS AND
CABANNE
Americas Greatest Riders have
selected as their Meant fsr '95,
Yes, and there are others. This will
be a Spalding year.
AWFitted with Palmer Tires.
EBERBACH HARDWARE CO.
G. H. WI:LD
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
the same.
Ful Dress Suits a Specialty.

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