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April 26, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-04-26

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

fhllr's Dookstore!
Formerly with Gekorge IWahr, 19
F, Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
ine of Text-Books, Stationery and
Vstcellaneous'Stock in general.
M~ARTIN SCHALLER,
HlE DO'OWWTOWN BOOKSELLER,
4d9XB. Washington St., one block
east of Main St.

ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES,
t Warranted superior to aey Bicycle buili n lie world, eeadless o price.
Dnobeidced teav moeemenoyfor in infier heel.Insist on
le hvig the Waereley. But and gurated y the Indiana BicyceCo.
' o million dllarconcerne, whose bend is teeodasegod.
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.
IH. J. BROWN, Exclusive At.

'95 p LAWS! OE31,*"-raFR- DICTA.

B AT- Ol
_Wm~. AM'OCO' S, Jeweler.
For Men and Boys,
IIAd3KNII LAMB'S
WOOL SWEAI[RS
s > in black, navy, white
garnet and i gray,
for Boys, up to 32
inch sizes,
For Men, all sizes,
* 2.00.
Ptrawrbiidge & Clothier
PHI.ADB:7L'H IA.
i we aters
-AT-
ceelian & Co.'s
TEAM L.AUNDRY 00.
iligh Gloss and Domnestic Finish.
' . S. SERVISS, Managsr,
'Hi3 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.
THl ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ann Arhor, Mich. Capital Stock, $50110a.
Surplus, 1150,000.
Organised under the General Bianhing Laws
oft this State. Rleceivso depooits, bus and
oelks exchange on the principal cities of the
.Uited .Stntes: Drafts cashed npon proper
_Iies tication. Safety deposit bones to rent.
Otreces, .Christian Minch, Pres.: W. I)
KIterriean, Vice-pros.;. Chas. E. Hiscock,
,mh serI M. T1. Frite A ssistant Cashier..
WM. R01 3'TYLJE,
'FIRST CLASS: CUSTOM TAILORING
Corner of Slate and William sts.,
Wiliin nt. entrance.
Prlatinotypes
The iaes thngv in PHOTOGRAPHY
at

WANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of cloith per day. He btays
:it enornious6 distcoents. You bumy of him andt yon avoid the liaofits of
thme uhol --oler, t he jobdeir, the midtdlemn. to600 hsimpi u,- Upto-
d A ttailoriny. Fit goal tnteed Swvelt Slits x~18.
-%V tL-.EY'S OLE) STAND. STATE STREET.
HOW TrO CONOV[ZE
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour fur $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Bent Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Floor for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 centn.
Buy 734 Pounds Beat Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
DJ h.GS I &C2OOM AINZ.
44 South M''ain Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Librarian Ri. C. Davis will speak at
the Sunday afternosli S. C. A. mcct-
iog inNewvbetry 1sill.
.Major WV. C. ttasomi.'18, at piresent
audtitoc of tll- Saginaw, Tu~scola, &
Huiroi a rilroad, is in the cit-.
C. 0. Townisind, '8, professor of
biology io Wesleyan a1i lillle (Collitge,
Macoin, Ga., durinigtir past four
tyais, has resiginedl his positioni 0111
willsenid two yclars abtroadl -ttttdy-
tng at Le ipsic.
"Palcstine" will lie the subject of Dr.
L. W. Rlyan's lecturo liin e psvorlh
Ieau 1110cotirse 1next Friiday at1 8). in.
The iearned doctor traoc-Bled thoughi
that coutrty severl yearsiagos 11101is
able to idescrilbe what lie :awv in, a
very interesting muanner.
Law Notes.
Prof.. Knowlton wvill ieliver the first,
lecturee on Carriers today.
With today's lecture Prof. Chasmp-
lit wviii conclude the subject of Torte.
The examlinaltione iln Patrship wxiii
lie hldlinsot meeke.
Track Athletes Wanted.
During She present week the iiumber
of candidates for the track teaom that
have gTotten down to work lhes he-n
steadily incetasing, although not near-
ly all the numnber of thoseu-ho hand-
ed in their nooses have hb-ri out yet.
It is needless to say that the teamn
nierds every mnoment there is loft for
traininag, as the springt fi-ld day is
hut three' weeks off, and the Chicago
gaineshut five weeks. Pole vaulters
and high junipers and rapecially 'walk-
era are wanted and must he had at
once if wve are to make any showing
in these events. Mr. t-itzpatrick ,is on
floe athletic field every day from 2:30
until 1o0oeclock. A man is also on
hand to rube down the candidates,
hut no haths will hbe provided,..'net
heing regarded necessary by' the
trainser.

U. OF' M. CALENDARt.
get., April 2f.-Iitercollegiate debate
betuween Northiuestern and Mlichigan
Fri., April Ill. 11ev. E. W. Rtyan, of
Ypsilanti, will lecttare hinSI. E. church
F-ri.,- April 26.-Debate tetwceen
Michigan, and Northwestern in Clii-
rage-
Fri., April 263.--Woono's league, xVii'
give "Anita's 'frial" in hilgh school
hall. tOpen to membiers of thoe leotgue
alnd other laties.
Sat., April 27.-Ai nnual electiooo of
the Stueints' Lecture- associationl.
Sat., Aptril 27.-'Varsity ninoe vs. D.
A. C. at. Ainn Arbor. Gains called
at 3:30.
Mon., April 2l9.--"Schuinann Eveii-
ing' 'atthe Etiity-cltob, closing this
seasono's course.
Wed..,Stay t.-Eenyon College base-
ball train ye. 'varsity nine at athletic
field.
Tfhurs.;, Slay 2.- Senior aerial at
Granger's acadlemy.
Thurs., Soay 2.-Chauncey SI. De-
pow ini Univeroity hail before thec
Oratorical association at 5 p. an.
Fri., Mlay 3.-Northern Oratorical
League intercollegiate conteat, tewa
City. In.
Fri ., May 3. -Lecture of Senator
John W. Danietlin S. L. A. courso.
Subaject, "Aimericanism and the Mon-
roe Doctrine."
Thours., Stay 2.-Faculty .recital, at
Frieze SMemorial hail.
Fri. and Sat..,Stay .17 and IS.--
Grand Stay Fiestival held under aus-
piesg of the University Mlusical so-
ciety.
'25 literary students are requested to
meet in the chapel at 4 o'clock today
with caps and gowns.
It. R. LYMAN, Press
Contestants who care for their con-
test orations, please call for them at
once. J. H. QUARLE{S.
We have the celehratecd Swan Linen
paper and enve-lopes to match'.
Comedy. Pluts Athletic Beinefit, M~ay
t0.
Subscribe for the Dailly.

FOR 5 CENTS A CAKE.
Several other varieties of good
tolet soaps at the samne prices.
BATH SPONGES
from Joc up 1o $1.2 each at
A. E,. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cr. Porth Ave. and Wshington S.
Ek OGt HEW COLLEUR
A, G., SPALDING & BROSU
Athletic Supplies.
BASEALL, LAWN TENNIS,
Unifrms for All Sports.
RIDE THlE SPALDING BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895.
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA.
BICYCLES T
KENWfloB The IMPERIAL,
MARCH, 4 RELAY,
'95 LEADERS.
Highest possihle Gradnend foly guar-
anteed. Dnt e teceived'ynnscrpoos
agents into-huv.i'.g'secndag rereseted
as hig-h gradehililyles hen wte are otrig
nheels hnowa she bywold over as best io
strength. heaty ned easy running. We cae
save von 1
APMANOC & MANCHESTER,
42s5 5tte st,iear, or. William.
MOORE &WETMORE
6S. Mlain st, and State st., cor-
ner of Willirm st, have a
con-plete stok of
U iYEI1SIIY(T1[TlHOOS
New and Second Hand.
S ts Books en d Othr Students' Suppies
ine Sais - 1;,Sprtlg IGods, ec., wlish
they sffiat ttie Lowst Prlees.
Call and see us before purchasing.
THE LEADING TJAILOR
and Impoter has received the
largest and 'no select stock of
IMPORTED AND DMESTI WOLENS
for Spring and Summr of '9f in
the city,and ousold be pleased
to have yo- call and eamine

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