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March 26, 1895 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
B !kso GRIP MOORE & WETMORE THE
zicw ler S BOG Stor , j 6 S Main "at, and State t., cr I T R
ner of William t., have a
~. asinto s. Haduates orRE] '1.EIIjIES ! complete stock of cr r I T R
Piorme-lywith George Wahr, I19 iarnrs, gO odlsofsteohtan
eeything a Student needs in the ALL. KINDS ~ ~ l~I lOS beauty. The staunchest light
one of Text-Books, Stationery and wheels ever built. You de-
Miiscellaneous Stock in general. -AT-- New and Second Hand. sire notimply a good bicyle,
-2MATIN SCHIALILER, j I ~~Nte ooks ad ther -Studens'Spples but the best; then you want
DOWN-TOWN. 1Yk1*E.tA.1Mum ery's ine Stationery. Sporting Gods e., which a Victor.
-. WWBORUGETOR, they offer at the Lowest Prices. Eight styles, with almost
NEW.WasDngtn s.,ToeRbockany height frame, giving as
eatoftMain at. boc O, WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE Call and see us before purchasing sure a fit as if the wheel was
made to your order.
'9 CC LA S FIRST NATIONAL BAN. N A B R Call and examine them.
95 L WSt F AN RBR, STEAM LAUNDRYCO Sold only at
HlAVE YOUR cptl,$0,0.Srsand 803 $4,00. High Gissand Dsmesti Finish. S BE'CYL EMOI,
ForigCechage bENGRAVEDld Frnsh E. . ERVIS, Manager, MSIB[BSCL EMOIM
leters feredt 11 W Washington at.
.&-P. ACH Pres S.W CI ATOSON Cahier. 23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. _____________
WX. ENOLDSC!U JFP eeer. HOWI TO ECONlOMIZE. Caps and Gowns
SCIENII SUEB Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel. FRM~ADWMN
Buy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per BarrelFRMNADW EN
"TRIBUNE BUY Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel. We are prepared to furnish Caps
BI Y L SBuy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents. and Gowns of the highest quality
BI Y ESBuy 73% Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents. to Universities, Colleges and Schools
LEAD. 44SothManStee. 8AN & COMPrIANsY. throughout the United States, at
44 SuthMainStret.surprisingly low prices. Self meas-
See tieTribunse Cycloldal Sisset. urement forms, containing all ne-
Law Notes.I Michian men to snd personal remi- essary instructions to secure 'per-
r,.E. N EWITON, AGENT, 7 VOLLANO ST fectly fitting garments without
,_________________ Th cnto h ia xmnto nisceices of their college days at Aie visiting the store, will be forwarded
NIIS, ANNIE WARD FOTER 'S euto hefnleaiato lS'it Fixture, and Easements, togeilhe Arbor. If the alumni respond with upon request.
Schel f Dncig ad Dlsate. with the daily ilecord ad written stoies as (charming 's Mr. Taylors RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
ur9tssta.mr.,6enlemanbegnnrsclass. quizzes, will e pstd Saturdy. sec fPo.Fsuieas i different widths, at moderate
, lwasoday. p. m., La beginners class. agesv.dg h aaiewl rcs
"asada .t: p .as., A waned Class tLades The junior laws will have their firstagrsvedth iosazn ilpic.
wa eeens. quzohBlsavdNts etw et- good literature fo all tume to Srwrde&Cohe
"I~acaeda~y 7I-p m e nneen tlass tles qhazeo Billw'bdridge &exClothier
waddentlernen. Teisnetnl oSc ~ come. PHILADELPHIA.
19HOOL 46 S. S TATB Sr. to's Bills and Notes, and in addition The uecrological hosts, dsined to The largest exclusively Dry Goods
~vtisa~aNG ust neatupofeNor- te general catlge, ie- House in America
IIN2TRFR IE.Washing- fu, ass asgndfr gin fit this issue. Ieports of aisnnisoul n for rivate or
ton at Prof. -Mechemi will lecture to theg p
unio laws today at 4 o'clock on meetings ac given frontBMnfaloSt
j SPCIALCLASS
The unir la clss wll and Louis, Denver snd Ann Abor The.
'Hi unir la clss villhan inothe' departments fliiiout an (ex1ce1lesoslnDacignclla
S w e a t e rs ~heir oebosin Fixtures and Ease- uibr _____Cage' o.e
mens, t rom3imeatl aftr U. OF Al CALENDAR. Office hours 11 to 1 and 4 to 8.
the lectures as follows: Tuesday. No stairs to mount.
sections1an 2; Wednesday see- Tes., March 21.-Annual election of_________________
ion 3, Thursday, section 4; Friday, Choral ~non officers. JK~I1B JQ OD
I thsetln 5 he b~ks ill etur ed :, t%.March 27.-Annual s. C. A. $IOY'CL.ES
L ecion .k heb.M. ibeturndCrnec'scdtiion.eds eevdth ihs WrdsFi
tesoue day as taken, or at 5) Wed.,'Macel 27-Junior lit sacial is "Swift. Strong and Beautiful"
Preimiar fo inoo Met. Wed., March 27.-Miss Octavia SWi- Award as Light Rosadsers.
Prlmnr*o norMe: aero-2SaeaOFllama Batea before lbeWebster society SleromOl eHESsER
* The enties. for the Indoor met have at 7:0 p. mn. n "Darwin."APAO&MNCETR
necesitatled preiminaries in the Wed and Thur., March 27-28.- S.A1GER
Classical cosfeene under auspices of
featherweight, lightweight, middle- ichigan Schooluate's club. TITUS AND
weight and hevywight boxing on- Fr~ March 29.-asity indoor met CABANNE
-AT-- tests and in the fencing. These pe In Gymnasium. America's Greatest Eiders have
lsnnares have been placed under the Fri. and Sat, March 230-.-Meetlg aseleted as their Mount for pa.
dircthn of Dr. Fitzgerald and Miessrs. of Micigan Schoolmasters' club.
Fri., April 5 -Loan exhibit of old
C Fitzpatrick and Smith. Tiey wiIton- blue ware at the home of Mrs. James
Thelin, Co.'S nonce on th gymnasium bulltiu B. Angel, for thi benefit of te Fruit
j 11 board today and In the Daily the time and Flower mission.
for these ipreiinares. They will be Sat., April 6.-Indoor cott for j
- 'E" pyen I HE IDE held in the ;gymnasium on M, e~nes . -y Senate Trophy in gymnasum, s p. mn.
ELLIPfTC S oePnRhIatNonGndsnsi Sat, April 0-Annual eection of yes, and there are others. This will
theri rnn i ofihers of the Athletic assoiaton hbe a Spalding year.
CRNS the evening, sd no admission fee will Sat, April 6-Meeting of U. of M.it wt ame iis
'o.ry them s be be charged. Conptitor must weigh Indpenenzt association at laws lecturepp( y p- pp
'ae us ha ~sconvined that they in at 1230 on th. day of the contests. room for eleton of Daily editorsBERBACHI HARDWARE CO
- k i%i reads.hl-clmbng and workigiSats will be reservedat t insmet Tur.Apil-Fctyeiala_________________
up sssssckassrt they are use Walled EatsFiz emra al. 1.G L
' wasksasito 55051ioids. Prie 9.00 per Flidy night fo FriezeesaMemorialtlebalL
! palm ii tany wheel- Befre urhasing aesnd iThurFins., April 1-Mr. Trueblood's G rH I D
= 4=e t~~gshelaied. l eto men with ladies. The spetators will rcital of dramatization of "Silas TE LAIG TIO
aw.ssi P:,aeetIe 5 LE be seated both on the floor and in Mue, M. E. church.TlE LAIG ALR
II N. University ae the gallery of th gymnasium. Fr, April 12.-Spring vacation e- and Illporter has received the
for gue largest and most select stock of
Aumnusfo April. Mon..- April 22 -Spring vacation AN" OETI OLN
Plt inotypes Rowel1 B. Taylor, '61 lit anfl' closes. Exercises tesumed in all de- IMORE D DMSI OLN
law,_cntributesanentertainingbit prtments. for Spring and Summer of 96n.
aw,.,contributesntranllenireadebnge the city, and would be pleased
't ieill ing is IITOGiAFHY of reminiscence of h days at th FiArl 6-necllgaedbto have you call ani exmipne
't Uiverityfor'#he Aprl nmbe ofbetween Northwestern and Michigan the ae.
UnvriyfrteArlnme fat Chiago.'
1BE R AN ,the Almus. This edition ofAu-TusMy 9-Facult recital aFlDrsSut a Speialty.
,Va- ms$aenai sat... to Snnwa.nasextends a genera 'ivitationito Free Meoral hal. a.Wahnt,. near Min

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