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May 02, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-02

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THIE U. OF M. DA ILY.

schaIIelrs Bookstole!
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
B. Washington at. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock to general.
MRTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
A.9 E. Washington at., one block
east of Main at.

IGYCLES.
ARvTEHIHSTO ALL HIGH GRADES.
Warraintedsiperiloi to any Bicycle bull in the world, regardless of price.
Dloinot be inided topav more moiiiytor an inferior wieel. Insist on
booing the w irerley. Built and ,.ainteeii by the Indiana Bicycle Co.,
' a niillioii dollar concern, wiosie bond .is ood as gold.
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.
H. J. IBROWN, Exclusive Agt.

TrUaRKISH
BATH SOAP
FOR 5 CENTS A CAKE,
Several other varieties of good
toilet soaps at the esme prices.
BATH SPONGES
from 10c up to l1.25 each at
A. E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cur. Fourth Are, and Washingtoii 0t.

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'95 0 LAWS!
RLAVE YOUR
CANE ENGRAVED
WM. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
For Men and Boys,
4 Hl ARKNII LAMB'S
WOOL SWEAI[RS
in b1ltck, navy, white,
gasrnet and gray,
fot Boys, up to 32
inch sires,
For Men, all sizes,
$2.00.
Strawbridlge & lotliler
PH-ILADELPHIA.
Sweaters
Sliohan & Co.'s
STESM LAUNDRY CO.
Htighs Glass and Domestic Finish.
'E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
123 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.
CUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
to all points for sa by
ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET AGENCY,
33 E. Harn St.
:Member af American Ticket Broker's Asso-
Ciation. All 'Irnportiniannr.-
anteed. Tickets bought and mild.
HAVE V SEEN
IH[ LIHOSAY BICYCL[
"'The highest of the '95 high grade
wheel Sold by
J. .P A L
104 S. Main St.
_A'Samples Coming.

BITER a IDIC-TA
WANAMAKER tauors 20 milos of cloth per dlay. He liuys
at enormons discoiunts. You buy of hsimnittd you aivoid the preulits of
thi wbllesabor, the Jobiber, the riddltlemanll. 500 sample". Up-to-
dtite tatiloiring.IFit gular1anteed.Swell Snits $18.
W'ILSEY'S O)I.D STIAN D. STATE STREET.
HO1W 'TO IECONOMIZE.
Buy Dean & Co.'s Faily Flour for $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 Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 74~ Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
Z} A.LN 8& O2 PIASTTX
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Ninety-sit will play Audrian College
.ut the athleticfil-d ucttSaturdlay.
Game c . allcd at 3 o'clock. Admissioni
25 cects.
P'rof. Staley's Walgnicr ictlure
whiich wao to hat-c beenihclid this of.
tceiinoon 'ciii bc postoneucuntiil aftcr
iii, Atay Fc shoal.
T'he Kapphla Sigmia fratcrnityv 'cill
centcrlaio Scnator Daniels, whlo lec-
tarcs ini thi S. L. A. cotirsc tonmorrow-
inight, duing liastay iin10town.
Thec Adelpi society 'cii l gian cs-
puecially attrao-tivc, programn next, Sat-
urlay evening. Thcre wolto a solo
by hs~ls Alto. Beach, music by lihi
ILidies-' Banjo anti Glitar club, anil
otther things of iltercst.
Tlhe song recital to be giveii by Mtrs.
tfedzie antda, chorus of i'oiicge girls
for the benefit of the 'coman's gyal.
uaoiuii is luring pre'parcd for tby frc-
queint rolwaorsols. The enterainmenut
will probablyhi' giveni May 23.
Tho Choral Unioi social has 0 rio
chianigeid from Fritday to 'Saturday'
evo inig of tis'ceek. A short imusi-
cal prograili, live iminuitescono~erca:'-
lions oni ussigned subjects and danc-
ing 'ciii formn the, entertainment of
the eventing.
At the imevting of the adnitlrative
board, April 29, the following peti-
tions were granted: G. D. Iladzsits,
Pearl MDonalid, t. E. Petit, Jose-
piie Powell, and Rt. V. Winterhurn.
The following were referred to the
echairnman: H. L. Hall, G. C. Leech,
C. B. Morrill, and N. E. Osenburg.
Prof. C. G. Taylor 'ciii speak before
the Engineering society next Saturday
evening on "Aluininums and its al-
loys." An election of officers will
also boo held that evening. A list of
those who have paid their dues and
are therefore entitled to vote ha.d bean
posted .on tho society's bulletin board,

f i. OFbi . CALENDAR.
Thus's., lay 2.-Senior social lit
Grtanger's acadeimy.
Thunrs., Sily 2.-Chauncey SM. De-
pew iii Uniocrosily hail before tho
Orcatorical assootiation at 5 p. 01.
Fri., Stay 3.-t-ri'siiian banquet,
Graniger's.
Sun., Slay 3.-Sonig service at Ne'c-
berry hail.
F'ri., Stay 3.--Northern Oratorical
tLeague iiitercolegiate contest, Iowia
City, ta.
Fri., Slay t. -Lecture of Senator
.IohniAV. Daniel iii S. L. A. course.
Subject, ".Americasmo and the Mton-
roe Doctrisie."
Sat., Stay 4.-' Varsity vs. Corneit.
IthlacaiN. V.
Sat.May 4-Etertainmiesnt by tProfs.
eleansld Lamnson in P'resbyterian
chitrchs.
Thunis., May 9.-Faculty recital at
Fri-ee ienomial 11011.
Fri., MSay 10-Wi bstkr-Jeffersoniar.
debate, law lecture room, S p. in.
Fri., Matly 10.-Dramatic Club ails-
leti eeicit, Grand topera licust'.
Sat., Slay 11.-'Varsity ons.Ilinois,
athletic hield, 3;:30 p. M.
Fri. and Sat.., Slay 17 anil IS.~-
Grand SAtay Festival held under aus-
ires of the University Musical so-
ciety,
Fri., Stay 24.-Webster-Adeiphi dr-
bate, law lecture room, S p. us.
Thurs., Juno 6.-Facilty recital at
Friene Stemor'ialhl.
We have ihe celebrated Swan Linen
paper and envelopes to match.
GEORGE WAHR.
JUST A MOMENT, PLEA SE1.
The progressive, and aggressIve rail.
'cay in the line of Interchlianeoble
Mileage Is the Ohio Central. Among
the first to issue this hook itr has al-
ways been the lender. It now pub-
lishes 67 distinct systems of trans-
portation. Separated into divisional
lines, as is' done by many, it has 123
transportation linen, represented. A
full list will be mailed upon applica
tion to any agent of lbe Ohio Centrai
Lin es.
MOULTON HOIJK, G. P. A.
Tledo, O.

R NEW COLLF R
A. Il. SPALDING & BROS.
Athletic Supplies.
GOLF.TENS
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895.
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA.
BICYCLE DISCOUNTS
$15 TO $50
Discount fruim regular pies. ighetest
gra de::. Not the regular cut raeiwhueels.
Son't bay before you acetiemi.
APMADOC & MANCHESTER,
41S. State st., near cur. William.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of-
VHI[HIT XT 1 BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Neste Brinksanailother Students' Supplti
Fine. Stationary, Sporting oods, etc., shich
they offer at the Lowest Frices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
G. H. W11ID.
THE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer has received the
largest and most select stock of
JMPORTED AND DOMESTIC' WOOLENS
for Spring and Summer' of '95 in
he city, and would be pleased
lishave you call and examine
t*alume.
k' Dess. Suits a Specialty.
E, ,Wshi'ngton at.. near Main.

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