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March 30, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-03-30

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

&challers Bookstore!
'Formerly with George Wahr, 19
H. Washington t. Headquarters for
ssvrytling a Student needs in the
ine of Text-Books, Stationery and
miscellaneous Stock in general
MARTIN SCHALLER,
AE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
Itil" Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
'95 9 LAWS !
HAVE YOUR
CANE ENGRAVED
'W .ARNOIAYS, Jeweler.
THIME' T1LI3UNE,"
I. E. NEWTON, AENT, 7 VOLLAND ST
BARS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Desarte.
Saturday, 10 a m.,etlemanabegnersclass.
aturlay. 4. ms~ Lady beginners class.
tlkady ?30p. .,Advanced Clas.(Lades'
' sssay 7:85 p ms BegnesnClass Lades
.and Ceutlenen).
'rivate lessons by appointment.
!&01OOL 46 S. STATrB ST.
UAUI!TEDFECD CTERR
Sweaters
-AT--
hlielian & Co.'s
'IRE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS ANK
An Arbor, With. Capital Sock, $W60,00..
urpluss. $5000.
Oriaulsed uderhe General Banking Laws
'fthisState. Reeves depusits, bus and
clsechage us the pricipal citiesof the
RJtutedi States,]Drats cashed upon proper
ietl~catlou. Safey depcksit boxes to rent.
Oresza: Chritan Hc, res.;W. D.
Bs6ia aVie-Pis' Chas. -E. Hiscock,
S asler &i . .Fit Assistant Cashier.
~FIRST ILASS CUSTOM TAIIQING
Corer of Iate and William t.,
William t.etrace. .
Platiuotypes
The latet thng n PHTOGAPHY
at

TULRK ISH
BATH SOAP
FOR 5 CENTS A CAKE,
Several other varieties of good
toilet soaps at the saine prices.
BATH SPONGES
from 10c up to $1.25 each at
Al E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cior. Fourth Ave. and Washington St.
FIRST NATIMNAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1803.
Capital, $100,000.' Surplus ad Profits, $4,090.
Transacts a ceseral bashing business.
Foreign rxchasnges boughtadsold. Famnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. 5. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have at
complete stock of
ONIVEBSIJY TEX1 BOOS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Stppiies
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc., which
tory oiler at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
4AN3N ARBOR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
Htighs Glass and linusesrle Finias.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVRNUE.

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H-O'W"TO IBCONOIVIZBRE.
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per 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 7%d Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 rents.
.. . - ... 1 IYERA & CO M2 .PAY.

44 South Main Street. _

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Biolieli I'oss, of Phlilaidelpihi,
Newvberlry hill, Suniday t 0 4p. to.

titI

'Tlot I'onfissions of Iliigersoll, or
Quetition . Sugg;esled by his Leixoi,"
is thii'suitieet of I~ev. J. M. (leiston's
discourse Sunday eveinlg.
A4 ladie s' imasso itia ilgwill lie held
ttt Nowlierry htall, Saturday ait 4 p.
ini. All interestedinill tivi' I ltstiali
wvork ire reiquestedi to atltendi.
The fallowing', rogrolo will be given
by' thi, ,Alphiat:No tomiorrow eveninig:

PROF. COLE GOES TO NEW YORK.
Receives a Professorship in Colum-
bia College.
Prof. Fraiik N.('oh'exviiltzsuthi'
lio pirofessoirshipiiofdliiltt(Iiaties.in
(Coltiibia, trOllE NIeg,' net 34:ii' it a
arT of $3,500. Prof. (Ctles slairy .
assist.inlt lprofissor ini the IniiverSily
hiere litis beeli only $1,0), midii i
offer from (Columibia is signiliralst inl
view of :the reeot disecussioni of thie
(eises of liiiV. cif 31.

THE
'95 +VICTORS
are models of strenght nd
beauty. The staunchiest light
wheels ever built. You de-
sire notsimply a good bicycle,
but the best; then you want
a Victor.
Eight styles, with almost
any height frame, giving as
sure a fit s if the wheel was
made to your order.
Call nnd examine them.
Sold only at
M, SJAEALER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM
11 WV Washington st.
SWEATERS
For Men and Boys,
HADKAI LAMB'S
-WOOL SWEAERS
it black, navy, whvite,
garnet ad gray,
for Btoys, up to 32
iiich sizes,
$1.50;
For Men, all sizs,
$2.00.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
To arrange for private or
SPECIAL CLASS
lessons in Danin, call at
Cra~goz"5 .&oeadmpy.
Office hours 11 to 1 and 4 to .
No stairs to mont.
$95 $95 $95 $95
W '
0 C
I B
Salesreom-Ol State st
APMADOC & MANCHESTER.
SANGER.
CABANNEB
Ameria's Greatest Rider have
selected as their Mnut Cr 19
Yes, and there are others. This will
be a Spalding year.
XW'itted with Palmer Tirs.
EBERBACH HARDWARE o.
THE LA WK TAILO

V(calsoclio, 3lios Vollind; reitlilio-i, I Inter-Collegiate Association.

M1r. Rtosenbautm;ti: c(~t ieading.,J. fR.
Sieean; vocal solo. 31r. Wiatonh; tiehi
that theaGovo'rnmentt shiotild0o11aiid
cotrttol the tailroads," aff., Mlessns.
Voile tand ''uru~er, neg., 3lessrs. Dans-
forth unit -Mertz; critic, 3Mr. C'hubb;
violini solo, accomptaniied by'Mi1s
Davis.
'Varsity Practice Yesterday.
The candidiates for tlie 'var lt3' base-
ball toam were lined utp for cetotactic,
game yesterday afternoon. The play'-
lng was spirited considering (lie cold-
ness. Htolnies did s01m0goid work
behind the btt and threw to second
With speed and accuracy. McKenzie
amid Green wvon (lie batting honors,
but nothing definite cain te said at
this early date. Carter, Itryant,
Honey and Miller were given prac-
tice in (ho box, while Condon,' Holmes,
Gates and Wooten tplayed ,at (lhe other
end.
At the New' Grocery they give 7 lbs.
granulated sugar for 25c. provided $ 3
-Woi'thi of other goods are purchased
With the same order.
BRADFORD & CO., td.,
'Phione 156. 37, H. Washington at.
BICYCLES. - Kenwood, I=u-
perial and March.{ See them
before buying.j Apmadoc&
MIanchester; salesroom 'l2

Thoue eeilg of the heads of cedtec-
tiontal institutions. of the niortii-ceentral
statels for tie pturpose of forng an
intte'r-collegiate lassociationi convenedi
at Northwestern U'nive'rsit'yi'ostordiav.
(O: mioion of Presidieit Angell tih' 1er-
ritdory- of th,;' associaltiion was fixed is
inichling till thie' northern lstates frmt
Ohio to N obratska. '(le following
lplac of orgamnizaitionirwas adtled:
bership shall to' colleges antd secoiii-
logy schools whichi prepare stuidenats (01'
colleges. The offiers of thie associa-
(lonll viiconsist of t preside'nt, two
vie prisidemnts froinleach stati' repro'-
seltecl In the association; a secretary
amid treasurer; at executive colnmitter
conlsistiig of the president, secretary,
itea.'surer anid four othe-'r ineinhers
shall be elected by (lie association.
The officers sliacl to.cilogiellat tli-.
annual meeting. logr11term of, one
year.'
Oflilers will be elected at' toda~y*,,
session. It wats decithed to limit tile
membership of the association to 150.
All students who. are membersm of
Odd 1,illow lodges ti'e invited to att-
tend tihe regular nmeeting of Otseningo
Lodge, No. 2)5, Tuesday eenfng,
April 2. The 'lodge room Is over '.'
Insoy's gi'ocery, corner Fourti ave.
mild Huron st., opposite tlie Cook
house. tf.
The best advertising medium In the

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