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THE U.. OF M. DAILY.

SchaIIers Botktome!
Formerly with George Wahr, 1
. Washington st. Headquarters for
'everythxing a Student needs in the
h..i of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
T~EDOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
IME Washington st., one block
east of Main t.
195% LAWS !
HAVE YOUR
CANE ENGRAVED
VWM. ARNryOLD'S, Jewaler.
8. E. NEWTON, AGENT, 7 VOLLAND ST
VIES. ANNIE WARD OSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, 1tC++.i., etem asbeginserrclass
Saturday, 4 p. im., Lady beines clos.
Mondr.ay, 7:30U p. c., Adaced Class (Ladies'
and rseltderenl..
Ilteday, 7:3e) p. in, Beginners Class (Ladies
and Gelean)s.
,Privete lessons by appitment.
LaCHOOC~L. 46 1. STA'T'E ST.
S E i 25 E. Wahing
Sweaters
-AT-
lieelian & CO.'S
'T'HE ANJl AfDOR SAVINGS BANK
4Am Ar'or;yMich. Capital tck, S6lO0t.
Surplus, ibtet.-
Organined nder the General Banking Laws
ef this State. Receives deposts, bys and
se1ls exhange on the principal cities of the.
inted States. Drafts cashed pn proper
idetiic+tun. safety depsit buse to rent
Os-esEns: Christian Mac, FE.res.; S9. 0.
Harrimsan, Vice-Pres.; Chas. E. iscoc,
Csier: M.T.5.Frite Assistant Cashier.
$JRST.CLAS CUSTOM TAILORING
dcuen of State and William sts.,
Wuliain 5k eeitrance.
Plfthiotypes
Thei6st titlogin PIIOTOGRAPITY
BERIPYMAN'S.
gK. Haron s Special Mtes to Senors.

T-rURn IIS H MOORE & WETMORE SWEATERS
QC~6 S. Mamn 51, and State st. cor-
nerI'I of William st, have ne For Men and Buys,
FOR 5 CENTS ACAKE: NVE II TIYT BOOS NA'HDKNiT LAMB'S
Several other varieties of good IILII LII UUIJ
toilet soaps at the samin prices. NeWn eodHn.~OOL SWE[ATERS-
BATH S$PONGEIS Note Roohsaned other Students' Suplies in black, navy, white,
from 1ic up to $1.25 each at Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, ste , which garnet andgry
they offer at the Loweat Prices,.o Boys, u to 32
A. E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,___ inch sizes,
Cur. Fourthi Ave. and Washington Ct. Call and see us before purchasing. $1.50;
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 4N-' A e~oeR For Men, nil sizes,
OF ANN ARBOiR. STEAlM LAUNDRY CO. $ 2.00.
Orgasnizerd1863. ,Hg ls n o ete1iih
Capital. $1500. SuCrpioss osdFtr,?fits, $40000. HgsGus niOnosl ~nss _________
Tranoaexs a geneal bashcing bous
Forriga rxchanges boshl and sold.Furnish 'E. S. SERVISS, MNanager, Strawbridge & Clothier
letters of credit.

H O 3CI [rs .W.l T O IEO NONCIMII)c vv .LLJ vvL Z Env.9.Nv
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Best SWestern Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwhoat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 74 Pounda Best Rolled Oats fur 25 cents.
1DJAN &Z OMZPANY.
44 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. I YESTERDAY'S PRACTICE.
'rIe campiisiiO rouiuli w tere ro d yes- 'Varsity Work Boot Vol Accom-
torday, prep'iaratory to thle secliug. plished.
llr. Lvi intenulo g ivilig (its Frenuch Tlii' u-ul l"i is still cold for base:-
classes fit'iIII'iit ixaIIIiliialtionsiis harll, liiit yesiterday foiiil a laip',
oig;hi; readiieg hereafter. crewdl of 'varsity and class team :e::ii-
ibi account of lii'e istest at te(ledates sill on. the' camlptis. 'iii '"var-
..yiiiiilii. iite Adelpi w till hold its ally pro/Itie wais(lie best yet sil.
Iii::hug i ler-n'itl:y es-culing. (Gallup aisd K: onoedcy were! gho I'l a

r'i e iemiest" ini (is'Sliakespeaxe'
sc liilary irliday at ito selslo.
l'rof. Ileneli's class iii tourse (ii,.
(.Eiiiinlihis fiiiishied Ipiiigonic, sod
ivill tale' sit it:rmans: 11n(1Dorotheca.
Dr. J. A. Smith, who took his sic-
gtreu of l'h. D. in political ecoinomy
isr cclast yeiar, tarts forthi.soascti
The thurdltenure of the Epworth
league course will be given! at thie
IMethodist church, Saturday it S p.
in. J. ham. 1B(01 will sleak on "Ford-
inig a Fiurd."
IMMORYSCHOOL.
Prof. Schram's Memory School is
progressinig. lie is teacing his sectonid
and third claissi's this wveek, and giving
g.ood satisfaction, Hos studenits grew
uses ot~stoiastic as the class pro-
: gieoses.
lHe has had pheisomnenal success ec-
toudiiig over seven years. and is vendy
strongly indorsed biy distiniguioshed pes.
pie. Educated at Monstreal, Canada,
in :McGill aiid Wesleyan Theological
Colleges, lie served in .thse Christian
mninistry twenty years, during wvhich
time he made a careful study of' lbe
menotal activities frome the phsysiolog-
(clpoint of vie'. lie has made suins
valuable discoveries in that Odfd and
has subsequently had moem than 8,000
studenits. Tiseeffect of his teaching
is to place the operations of attention
and recollection unuder voluntary run-
tiol of the will, instead of beiing at
lbs caprice of Involuntafy attention,
is' most people arc. An inspostant
featuro of his msethod is Ithit it duin-
pletely controls_ mind-wande-ring. lHe
enables the student to fix and hold*4at-
tention easily, upon tile loatherto be
remieinbered, -itilliout any props or
olii-or artificial tricks. It sutvc s much
time and labor to dle student His
work will continue th.-ough Dext weelt.

trtal iii liii'box.
Shtids twas ii his old lace at
ceuter fheld, :inidSexton amu dSt.t'laiir
were tse othei'-suttielders en uho 'var-
sity. Among the infildiers, MeIft czte
at lirst,tDeains it thirdt andcultissiell
anti flooiniiilgston at short, did sii
fitrotulass work. Mcenzeite shiowvs
ttonieal mrvmetoe ik st yeaor, amid twill imake a
stroiig showving foira tpositilon lihe
teami. St. Clatir stywit up)weul ini
the field, anid Sexton anditilmeins tv -u'
strong at the bat
After Ilse lpl'ileic "Fusing there teat
a half iouir of sarielhIding practiice.
The shiotting made ttas mucl better
than at any timi' before duriiig 1his
Thierie are tvo orendaivs left for'
practice befortilefheat ganmey of te
year twith Albion lies-s next Satuirday.
At that game the season lie-kits for
the home schedule twill be, on sale iai
the gate,.iMemsbers of the .Atletic
associa.dion. can -secure season tickets
for four ganmes for; $1 tie for then
ganmes fur $2.30. It u-ill lie nees-
sary for thieii to bring their imeuober-
sip tickets to the: gates in orilc h41.5
the numbers may be csecid siP liĀ°rop-
eily. - No muember wvill be allotwed: to
purchase inurethiain one seaoi ticket,
and ,ftits ticket twlll not be tran~sfer-
able.
Law Notes
Prof. Griffin 'will lecture to the laws
the rest of the. week.
:Prof. Kn owlton will lecture to the
junior laws on ContractstumulTow of-
teno nat 4'clpck
Section r 5will bh quizzed In An-
drew's Stephen' F+riday at 3 o'clock.

PHILADELPHIA.
To arrange for private or
SPECIAL.,CLASS
lessons in Dancing, call at
Cranger's Aoade~.y.
Office hours illso 1 and 4 to S.
No stairs to mount.
Thse only wheel in uhe markel wicih ias
hlcd up tou its last ,year's prices. Why? Re-
coiuseeveryoine of them caiiihe said at that
price and they are wouth it Pleasecoil and
itispet my liuead see the molly deuided
hepi-ovemensoversotherso calied hie grade
whiels. See the Eiiiptic crank.
W. P. DISTLER,
31 N. Cniversity ave
A, 6. SPALDING & BROS.
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,.
GOLF.
Tniformns for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-.
THE LEADERFOR 18951
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE..-
NEW 'YORK, CHICAGO," PHILADELPHIA,
BICYCLEsS
KENWOOD, THE MARCH,
IMPERIAL, 4 G RELAY.
We Challenge Comsparison.
APMADOC & MANCHESTER.
Salesroom-2 State A
G, H. WILID,
THE LEADING-, TAILOR. f
and Importer has, received the
largest and most',select stock of
IMPORTED 'AND DOMESTIC W OOLENS:
for Spring and Summier of, 'C in
the city, and would, he'pleased'
-to have, you Ball and examine
the samab.
Full Drees 'Suits a 'Spediaty.
2 E. Washington st., near Main.

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