THE U. OF M. DAILY.
MOORE & WETMORE THE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a+
complete stock of
Formerly with George Wahr, 19 E !
-E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the .A.LL KINDS
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general. -AT-
MARTIN SCHALLER, E. A. Mummery's
E DOWA-TOWN BOOKSELLER, NEW DRUG STORE,
1CR S. Washington st., one block NWDU TR,
east of Main st. COR. WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE.
95 LAWS FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
' OF ANN ARBOR.
VNIYEBSIJY TENT BOONS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Supplies
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc., which
they offer at the Lowest Prices.
Caland see us before purchasing.
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
Iigi. Gloss and Donstle Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
'23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.
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
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, SIA[BLER'SYLE EMPORIUM,
11 W Washington st.
aXM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
SCIENTIFIC ! SUPERB !
See the Tribune Cycloidal Sproket.
1. E. NEWTON, AGENT, 7 VOLLAND ST
&, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing aud Delsarte.
Saturda ,10 a. m.,Gentleman beginnersclass.
a urday,41p. ms., Lady begi naes cdab
rody :y p. Am aned Class adies'
snsdy. 7:34 p. m., -Beginners Class (Ladies
Pr vate lessona by appointment.
1 HOOL 46 S. STATE ST.
ANGSTERFER 25 E. Washing-
Sheehan & Co.'s
VA HE IDE
to try them is to be
convinced that .thsey
are just what you have been looking. for.
Fnr rough road. .hill-climbing and working
'upa qulek sport, they are onesqnailed. Each
crak tested to )55 pounds. rice .00 per
pair. Will ftany wheel. Before nechas ng
ia wheel examine the Ide Line. wViiic sell on
eash paymnsatif desired.
W. P. DISTLER,
31 N. University ave
Theatest thng in PHOTOGRAPHY
~&wes pecia Rtates to ~sers.
Capital, $100000.SOurplus and Profts, W4,000.
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
HOw TO ECONOMIZIE.
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 Crackern for 25 cents.
Buy 7% Pounda Bent Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
~EEANSI & OOMIPA.T-
44 South Main Street.
Right of Students to Vote. ( U. OF bM. CALENDAR.
The following letter from C. N.
Mon., March 2 u.-M. Eugene saye,
So"ers, 'R i"edic,f"r"' is"" sa a ee- violinist, before tilne iversity Musical
ision on a niatter of inter0t to stu- society at University hall.
dents: Tues., March 2t.-Annual election of
Rditor U. of 3t. Daily: Choral Union officers.
While I was at the University the Wed., March 27.--Annual S. C. A.
tluestion of my having a right to vote Wed., Mach 27.-.Tunior lit social in
there came up. The board of regis- Granger's academy.
tration maiintuained that as I was a Wed., March 27.-Miss Octavia Wil-
student, I was for that reason se- liais Bates before the Webster society
prived of thi' right of suffra'ge iii 11-t at 7:30 p. mi. on "Darwin."
Wed. and Thurs., March 27-28.-
owls. Aftr a heated discussionitilClassical conference under auspices of
the question, I was allowed to register Michigan Schoolmaster's club.
and to vote. I had no desire to vote Fri., March 29.-' Varsity indoor meet
on municipal affairs. but as I claitmOd in Gymnasium.
a residence in Ann Arbor I thought Fri. and Sat., March 29 30.- Meeting
of Michigain Schoolmasters' lub.
it unjust to be compeliled to expend Fri., April 5.-Loan exhibit of old
fifteen or twenty dollars to go to my blue ware at the home of Mrs. James
former home to vote. B. Angell, for the benefit of the Fruit
I have recently run across a decision and Flower mission.
of the supreme court of Nebraska on Sat., April 6.-fleeting of U. of M.
ts qtlesttn whiii tmy be of interest Independent association at law lecture
room for election of Daily editors.
to the readers of the Daily. The case Thurs., April 1.-Faculty recital a i
is Berry vs. Wilcox, 62 N. W. Rep., Frieze Memorial hall.
249. Fri., April 12.-Spring vacation be-
"Persons otherwise qualified as gins.
Mon., Apil 22--Spring vactaion
voters who came to the seat of a closesExercises resumed in all de-
university mainly for tie purpose of partments.
obtaining an education who are not Fri., April 26.--Intercollegiate debate
dependent upon their parents for sup- between Northwestern and Michigan
port, who have not' the intention of at Chicago.
returning to their parental home upon: Frie MeMorial9. aculty recital at
the completion of their studies, wLo Thurs., June 6.-Faculty recital at
are accustomed to leave the seat of Frieze Memorial hall,
the university during vacation. going NOTICE TO INDEPENDENTS.
wherever they might find employment The annual meeting of the '. of
and returning to the university when M. Independent association for the
the term opens, regarding the seat of purpose of electing Daily editors for
the university as their home, and the coming year will occur Saturday,
have no purpose formed as to their April 6. According to a rule of the
association the editors shall be ap-
portioned as follows: Eleven to the,
studies, are entitled to vote at the literary department, three to the law
seat of the university." department, two to the medical depart-
nient, one to the pharmacy and one
Wisconsin's"Orators. to the dental department. It is de'
The local oratorical contest of the sired that all those wishing to try
University of Wisconsin was held Fri- for places begin contributing at once.
day night, R. A. Elward winning ist The work done will receive due credit,
place with n oration tin "The Wan- and those whose writing warrants a
p~n wit an r a n "T Wanposition on tine hoard will he recom-
dering Jew." A. H. Schmidt, whose mended to the association.
subject was "The IronsChancellor," HARRY COLEMAN,
was awarded second place. Managing Editor.
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RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
Strawbridge & Clothier
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
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+ + AND + +
music and description of dance can
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GRANG[R'S ACADEMY Of DANCING,
NO. 5 MAYNARD STREET.
"Swift, Strong and Beautiful."
Ketiwood's received the Highest World's Fair
Award as Light Roadsters.
Salesroom-42 State st.
APMADOC & MANCHESTER.
America's Greatest Riders have
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Yes, and there are others. This will
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f*'Fitted with Palmer Tirns.
EBERBACH HARDWARE CO.
G. H. WILD.v
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
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
2 7. Washington St., near Main.