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April 27, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-04-27

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TIE U. OF M. DAILY.

eca i~ ostor's!
Formerly with Gehor'ge Wahr, 19
5.Washington at. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
uoof Text-Bunks, Stationery and
'<""icellaneous Stack in general.
MARTIN SCHIALLER,
""E D } uTOW11 BOOKSELLER,
0iiE. Washington st., one block
east of Main at.

rF ''TUFLIIS H
ICYCLES. BAT SOAI
® ~FOR 5 CENS ACAKE.
Sev eral other varieties of go,
ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES. to let snaps at the same prices.
aP Warrnesu peror to any Bicycle built in the warld, regardless of price. TTT
tonottbe inducedtapav more mosey for ae inferior wheel. InestSoas BAT H1 SPONGB
having tie Wa verley. Buailt and guaanteed by the Indiana uicycle Co., G
' a million dollar concern, whose bead is aso goad as gold. from l0ec.op to $1.2a each at
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75. A. E, MUMMERY'S DRUG STOR
H. J. BROWN, Exclusive Agt. ! Car. Faurth Ave. sod Washington St.

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"WMi. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
For Men and Boys,
.1 AOKIi LAMBS
WOOL SWEAIH~S
inbarnl' navy, white,
gant1dgray,
Y4 for Boys, op to 32
inch sizes,
For Men, all sizes,
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHYLADEZ.PHZIA.
Sweaters,
-AT-
dieelan &Co.'s
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gilossad Domestie Finish.

WA AM /AKER tailors 20 miles of cloth per day. lHe huys
at enormous disciouts. You buy of him anti you ovoid the profits of
the wlioletsilei, the johber, the middlemian. 500 saimpleso Up-to-
itat ooing. .Pit guaranteed. Swvell Suits $18.
NV[LSFX;'S OLD islAND. STATE STREET.
HOWI TO ECONOMIZE.
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Bony Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Bouy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 7V4 Pounds Bent Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
]DE-AN z& QOM:EA'NF3-.
44 South Hain Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Win. Bt. V oori a, '93 IL, is practie-
iiig in Toledo.
Tames Crosby L~ewis, 'l13 L, is pea.-
ticilog his tirofeosion in Tilt. tIle no,
Arthuor II. Seymouor, w3o tpiltcedi for
the 'varsity team i in the season of
13, is ieadtng low rini this city with
lion. Chos. 11. Kline.
The '9t6 and '97 baseball feeame
played a closely coittested genie on
the Cillmiis, yesterday afternoion), which
resulted iii a score of S to 6 for the
forime.
W. E. DeWitt, muanuager of floe '9ti
base ball team, who hurt his arm lie-
lore vacation, is back at college agaiiii
but swill toot be able to play again tis
The senior lass' baseball tain de-
feated the hiigh ochool team easily yes-
toriday afterionon at the fair gr-ust
by a scoreof 13 to 13. The gaine did
not preosint any billiaiit playing on
account of the grounds being so
rough and uneven. Tile errors were

WtpON BY NORTHWESTERN.
CONTINUEDnFROMotFIR- T PAGE.
thie great interests thit demiuandetd
suci coinstruction.
Micheigansiniaps camiii, good la~lty.
'they hail one lrge our 10 ft. by 0 ft.,
showsitig the trade reoutes of the wvorli;
another sheewing the locality of the
cainal route, atnd st ill a thirdi to tpoit
out the British eucroacliii-tas i-
lice.
U. OF 1I. CALENDAR.
Sat., April 27.-Annual election of
the Studlents' Lecture association.
Sat.. Atpril 27, S p. in.-theceptioli to
1Elelligllai stuideiits, New-l-ry nall.
Sat., April 27.-Varsity ninte vs. D.
A. C. at Attn Arbor. Caine called
ai :3:30.
Moni., April 29. -"Scltiiianu Eveti-
lug' 'at the Unity club, closing ibis
season's course.
Wed., Miay I.-Kensyon College base.
ball train vo. 'varoity tune at athletic
field.
Thurs., May 2.- Senior social at
Crangers acadeisy.
Thurs., May 2.-Chauncey M1. De.
pow in University hail before the

F IC
As G. SPALDINI3O&BROS.
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895.
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA.
B ICYCLES .I
KENWOOD, The IMPERIAL,
MARKU *Big RELAY,
E '95' LEADERS.
Highrst Fosnihir Graie snd ruily guar-
anteed. nont beydeceieed toy usorupulos
agents ini~tosying second grade rereented
as high grsde) lity-fles whlen we ore offerinig
wheels kneen theworld over as hteot in
strength, beauty: and easy running. Wye can
oave youn$ $S.
AIPMADOC & MIANCHESTER,
42 S. State at., near car. William.
MOORE & WETMORE
65S Main st., and -State st., cor-
nor, of William st., have a
# complete stock of

P.

UiNIVERSITY I[EITBOKUS

_____utureinaiteliti mantot eoss, nosiOratorical associafion at 5 p. in. New and Second Hand.
ES. S. SERVISS, Manager, caused thie spectators to hose their in- Fri., Mtay 3.-Northern Oratorical
-Ed SOUtTHI OURTH AVENUE. forest in thegaume. League intercollegiate contest, Iowa Note Snake and ether Students' Sspplies
City Ia.Finn Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc., which
'EAN ARO SAIG BAKLaw Notes. Fiiy. a a :Lcueo eao they offer at the Lowest Prices.
An A riot i. Capital Stock, X5,000 Prof. Thonmpson wiii lecture Men-Jahn IV. Daniel in S. L. A. course. aledsesbfoeprhin
SuAtir. phus, et-,00. Subject, "Americanism and the ;Lton- Cl n e sbfr ucaig
Oranteed under the Generat BankinagLawo dtay. ; ioSae eeve eois usadroe Doctrine.'
:5exch-ange on thie pincipdal cities of the Instructor Dweyr will juiz the G..K.H r ,D~
a tn 50-ate..Drafts cashed upoa proper S S at.May 4-Entertainment by Piofs, 9.
o, c.ie the. Safety deposit bases to rent. juniors next week on the first neven -esyad asn nPebtra
O encal Cc-isanMack, Pres.; w. a esyadLusni isatna
t: iter, M. J. Fritz Asistant Cashier. ________ THE, LEADING TAILOR
The Partnership examination will be BICYCLES. and Importer has received the
Wg d.It.. ' IDE held in the lawv lecture roonm next largest and most select stock of
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING weeok at 8 o'clock as followts: Sectiomns The Cut Pate Cycle Co. will be here
next week with a full line of Itigh IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
Coner of State and Wililam sa., 3 and 4, Tuesday; Sectiono 1 adIGaewels nos a- frSra and Sumr2f'6i
William st. enSrance.Gaewel uha nasMn o pigadSme f15i
_______________________Thtursday; Section 5, Saturday. Prof. arehs. Warwicks, . Ariels, Sinalleys, the city, and would be pleased
Mechem desires the exanmination to be Linfisays, Marchs, and many other. to have you call and examine
130 t , I n t ypesTrte i h eglrbuecvrd l 95pten hes-adwl b od the same.
~~written in the re icr blue cover ex- Al'1ptenwel n ilbsl
amination hooks Inik. at greatly reduced prices. Pull Dress Suits a Specialty.
Theniatest thing hn PHOTOGRAPHY If you are, going to, buy a Bicyole E+ Washington st.. near Main.
at Contestant who care. for their con- this sasn It will pay you to see than.
SBR.R .'Y)tMA AN'S.'Stestoiationsples call for them. at Plaroof busines 1il be announced jffl UBRIB O If
A E. faron st. Special aes t Seniors once.3. H. QUARLES. in Monday's Daily. 100 U BSR uE o 10

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