THE U. OF M. DAILY.
ELLIS. THE TAILOR.
Has arrived. Now at Room 9, Cook House. 1,000 Patterns of the Latest and Nobbiest
SUITINGS and PANTINGS ever shown.
WILL YOU CALL AND SEE THEM?
Imported Clay Worsted Suit to order, Sack or Cutaway, $20.00.
A.G . SPALDING & BROS,
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 895.
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA.
'95 0 LAWS !
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
For Men and Boys,
in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray,
for Boys, up to 32
For Men, all sizes,
Strawbridge & Clothier
Sheehan & Co.'s
OBITER DICTA ICE COLD
WANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of cloth per day. He buys SO DA WAT E R
at enormous discounts. You buy of him and you avoid the profits of __AT-
the wholesaler, the jobber, the middleman. 500 samples. Up-to- E. A. MUMMERY'S.
date tailoring. Fit guaranteed. Swell Suits $18.
WANMAER & 3ROWN,
WILSEY'S tLD STANI). STATE STREE1 . NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN,
Ice Cream Soda, Vernor's Ginger
H-I O r TO -ECONOM IZIE. Ale, and all popular drinks.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down. A. E, MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Eat Tomatoes. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washinlgton St.
3 Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 cents per doaze.
3 Pounds Riverside, 95 cents per dozen. OUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
All good Fresh Goods.
-DZE-A&iN & O ZISZP.AJN'Y' tIsall poiats forasate by
44 South Main Street.
Cream 111 cake for the Gym. Fri-
James Leenhouts, of Grand Rapids,
is visiting Isalae DeYoung. '97.
Miss Helen Nelles, '95, is entertain-
ing Miss Kate Hopper', '94, of I)troit,
for a few days.
Williami.Decker, 'J " 0, has left the
University to engage in the dry goods
business at Battle Creek.
Prof. and Mrs. B. At. Thompson will
entertain Miss Mary Bancker, of Jack-
son, during the May Festival.
Mr. Hermann A. Zeita, of the Schoal
of Music, sails for Europe by the
hamburg-American line on June 29.
Misses Hattie McBurney and Helen
Smith, of Flint, are guests of Miss
Ina McBurney, '95, for the May Festi-
Prof. Craig and Dr. Vaughan are
to address a conveation of the Uni-
tarian, Universalist and Independent
churches to be held at this city the
last of May.
The '96 lawvs defeated tile highl
school at tie fair grounds yesterday
in a six inning game by a score of
17 to 7. The battery for the laws
was Hunker and Whitten and for the
high school Donnelly, Anderson and
The students from the Pacific coast
held a meeting last night to make ar-
rangements for securing reduced cates
to western points. Another meeting
will be called at an early date and it
will he to the advantage of anyone go-
ing west to he present.
A mistake has been nmade in an-
nouncing the gift of $1,000 for the wo-
man's gymnasium from a friend of
Regent Barbour. The money was
promised for a swimming bath for
the woman's gymnasium, provided the
corner stone of the building is latd
on or before Commencenment Day.
THE BA)GERS TODAY.
GALLUP WILL OCCUPY THF BOX
The Visitors are Not Playing Stiff
Ball-Beloit Walked Over Them-
The Western Trip Opens Satur-
day - Watkln Pitches Against
The game this afternoon in which
the 'varsity meets Wisconsin will be-
gin promptly at 4 o'clock. Our team
will be made up as in the Illinois
gamne with th'X-ption of two past-
tions, Sexton :going to right field,
while Gallup occupies the box. These
changes have 1.e1 made in appre-
hension of the western trip, which
opens tomorrow at Northwestern.
Wisconsin has been defeated in nearly
all of the this season's contests. Much
of their poor work has been attribut d
to lack of practice. They have, how-
eer,cillprovedm uch of late under
the coaching of Pfeffer, formerly of
tile Chicagoleague team. The 'var-
sity was given active practive ye'ster-
day and will be in first class condi-
tion for today's gane as well as the
trip. The batting order against Wis-
consin will be as follows: Deans, 3b;
Holmes, c; Sexton, r. f.; Russell, s. s;
Shields, c. f.; Waterman; 1. f.; Bloom-
ingston, 2b; McKenzie, 1b; Gallup, p.
In addition to the men mentioned
above, Watkins, Condon, Miller and
McKenzie 'will be taken on the west-
ern trip. Watkins will occupy the
box against Northwestern tomorrow.
There will be an examination for
students conditioned by me in French
I last semester, on Saturdtiy, May 2,
at 9 a. in., in room 2 U." H.,
B. P. BOURLAND.
Lost-In eastern part of the city a
ladies black purse, silver clasp, ii-
tiais 1"H. S." Reward at Daily office.
ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET AGENCY,
3 it. HuronsSt.
lembera fAmerican Ticke t,Broe 's Asso-
cition. All Transportationls tilr-
$65,00 IMPERIAL $65,00
APMADOC & MANCHESTER,
42 S. STATE ST., ANN ARIOIR.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
UNIVERSITY T[XI BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Supplies
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc., which
they ofer at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
G. H. WL Y LD.
THE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer has received the
largest and most select stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for Spring and Summer of '95 in
the city, and would be pleased
to have you call and examine
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
E. Washington st., near Main.