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May 18, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-18

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

ISM T HE TAILOR,

Chicago.

Has arrived. Now at Room 9, Cook House. 1,000 Patterns of the Latest and Nobbiest
SUITINGS and PANTINGS ever shown.
WILL YOU CALL SAND SEE THEM ?
Imported Clay Worsted Suit to order, Sack or Cutaway, $20.00.

WILL FIT.

ELLI S.

TH E

TAILOR.

I

A. 6. SPALDING &BROSI
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
GOLF.
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895,
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA.
'95%9 LAWS!
"HAVE YOUR
CANE ENGRAVED
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
S WEATIE R S
- For Men and Boys,
4 IANUKNII LAMBS
W1OOL SWEATERS
in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray,
for .Boys, up to 32
inch sizes,
For Mien, all sizes,
$2.00.
Strawbridlge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
Sweaters
kOFF
AT-
Slieelian & Co.'s

OBITrER DICT*A I CE COLD
At AMKE tailors 20 miles of cloth per day. He boys S O D A WATE R
ateomu icut.Yoo u of him and you avoid the profits of -AT-
the wholcsaler, t he jobber, the middleman. 500 samples. Up-to- E. A. MUMMERY'S.
date tailoring. Fit guaranteed. Swell Suits $18. 1

WANA AMER & nnoWN,
WILSEY'S (OLD STAND. STATE STREET.

I-10W ITO IECONOVIJZES.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down.
Eat Tomatoes.
3 Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Peninsular, s5 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Riverside, 95 cents per dozen.
All good Fresh Goods.
_)T4"_&1'& OOPANY[_
44 South Main Street.
THE GAME WITH WISCONSIN. for Michigan, Deans gretting a two and
The Visitors Put Up a Fine Game, a three bagger. Wiscousiss's ihits were
nut in Vain. securedl by Gregg, George. Whelliban,
Runskle and Fewle. Followin is the
Michigan. 10; Wisconsin, 3. This score .
score tells the 510o3' of yesterdlay's MIlCIGAN.
contest. wiihl proved tos be one of AB. R. 11. 0. A. E'
Deans lb.---5 0 2 42 4
the most issterestiigg :as ses of tile notmes, c. ----5---3 5 1 2 20
Sexton r. f .-----5 0 51 1 21 0
season. Aitisogistill result was list Russell, s. s .-----4 0 0 2 15
Shieldis, e.c.----4 2 0 3 1 1
ill doubtlifter the secondsintntlsg, tiss Soomingone, 2b -- t3 3#it 5 2
Watllerman, 55. 3 3 00
brilliant playisig of the visitsrs lesit Mcienzise, tb----- 5236 0 5
Gallup, p ------5_4 0 2 5
muchlenestisusasm o tsshos'crowd sof P60 To-l-l. 41 -55 -, 5-
pseoipiesvthosfrsequetiy reward the vie- wVIs)ON STN.
itr's. hnt lly wisis liberasl opilasise. Aeg,.13. es StR. Ht 0.A. E.
Loathi teassielsid est111a1t scriticalni g~__6____UII7 00I105
pin~ltsand st ue rseslt wisemtoay dtf- tlankel, p 5------40
iculitche. Estlerialll i i '. oul- Rumes.._ _.__tL 1 04 53 5
fsie ltsies inst Wssternssiisdiet tie ODudgeonIr~f____ F3 1
the rleemanlbs .__- 042
iseststonrkiserd, theis e r maksing KarEssel, 55acede. f__It o r l
as mssotstshenosmenssl. catschoftIsssue's Ttl -------.2 3 .5 2s33 4
In ie -------1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
strive ill tse fouth. bbat.=rssan's wsoris 1tIthigass---- 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 1 2-10
Wiscon~ssin-------0200 i20 00- 3
cosistesi of three ctesslissin leftErned trs-M5ici-an 3.5Wissconssn5. Tan
basse lhits-tDes, SeikesseeStolen bases-
wiihlwere of the diffiscslt order, Denoss 2,Comes, Russell, hielsBloCings-
ton 3,OGergec. Firs sass on lslis-Oy Ossllop
lFer WisssssnisuKessisel sit sisort disd 1, by Russket 4. Struck oat-By 0aslice!, sly
Rosiet lslPoubis plsy-Easel toWssee'isass.
tise tbest 'sosik. leefigured in two. 'sseedisail-Greg.lfsld pitsh-Gatlop.
Timse-Two hours.Umpire Greon, of Oe-
dousbieiplays, besides fielding his pss- troit. Attename-10. O

NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN.
Ice Cream Soda, Vernor's Ginger
.Ale, and all popular drinks.
A. E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cor. Fourtis Ave. end lWashington 5t.
CUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
is aii points tor sate by
ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET AGENCY,.
33 E. HurnSt.
Membser of Anserican Tickset Brokser's Asso-
csation. All 'I IsnsestalIon gear-
anteed. isckets bougist ansd sold.
"THERE ARE OTHERS"
But1 none of them ran onsase.withs
thess
THISTLE!
Here Are a Few Seeds:
Raers, 153t ounds,
Light IRoadsters, 17 to19 Lbs.
Roadsters, 21tno 23 Pounds.
Ccii cnd see them at 20tE. Willissm st.
1D. E. FoyrD. AGENTr.
MOO RE & WETMVORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
UNIV[BSITY I[X1 BOOKS
New and Second Band.

tioss wins clTeat ability. Gregg at
cester, also covered mluchs territiory.
Gasllup woasoa cossisl is epuszzle to
thse visitors, their live hits ibeisig well
seattered. After the' second ilsuing
he sever allowed a mon to repels
first, only fifteen taking thsoir turn at
ihe bat during this timne. His slow
droll was productive of msany pop
fies to the infield, nine being caught
ill four innings. Rtunkle, too, showed
considerable ability with his sjow de-
livery, the 'varsity having much diffi-
culty in bunching hits.
Bloomingston, deans, Waterman
and McKenzie did the best stick work

NteBCoks and ether ltnden' Supplies
UNIVERSITY NOTES. FineSt5ationery, Sporting Goods, sic, which
they offer nt ihe Lowest Prices.
Over one-half of tse entire edifion of_
Castaliasswas sold yesierdoy. Call and see us before purchasing.
Rev. J. 5M. tGeistosi will speak Soil-
day eveninig in tse Presbyterians G. H. WAIT-LD,
church on "Wbat we know about ~T IO
Heaven," THE LEAVING AIO
The first gamie of the newvly organ- and Imuporter has received the
imod freshman ball cilb was played largest and most select stock of
yesterday afternoon at the fair around IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
withtheHig Scool eamand10- for Spring and Summer of '95 in
sulted in a victory of 9 to 3 for she the city, and would be pleased
lather. to have you call and examine
the same.
Lost-In eastern part of the city a
ladies black purse, silver clasp, i- Funl Dress Suits a Specialty.
tials 1111. S. Reward at Daily oflce EB. Washington st., near Main.

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