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May 23, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-23

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

HULLY GEE!

yu of tu go down and se ellis The chicago tailor at the
Kuk Hous. He bes a line uv guds to show thet makes eny
budy fele gud. but not the same kinde as when " u git. out
an' git tite. there hes bin a big crowd uv ug peeple
there and there was sum there wot haint been yung fer a
gud while. Sum uv the boys wus got up like their muthers
of tu be ashamed uf them and sun brot their sweteharts to
help them chuse a sute the big gurls wor Kalico gowns and
thare hare wus hanging rite down thare back like they wus
skule girls and sum that was married did tu.
The fellows wat hez wheels wer drest up offal an they
didn't care a bit. Sum had close full uv hoals and sum he(I
close wot must hev bin made for sum other fellew wat wuz-
n't thare size, for sum wes to big an sum wus to little fer
them. Ellis hes the reputasion of makin close tu fit, an
don't yu fergit it. he has maid lots of close in ann Arbor
an they all say "he is the peeple."

A. G SPALDING &BROS. OBITBR DICTA
Athletic Supplies. WANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of cloth per day. He buys
at enormous discounts. You buy of him and you avoid the profits of
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS, the wholesaler, the jobber, the middleman. 600 samples. Up-to-
B OLF. date tailoring. Fit guaranteed. Swell Suits $18.
__ W" N,88I R c& 3RtOWN,
Uniforms for All Sports. WILSEY'S OLD STAND STATE STREET
IDE THE SPALDIC BICYCLES- HOW,' TO BOONOMIZE.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down.
THE LEADER FOR 1895. Eat Tomatoes.
3 Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
1lANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOCUE 3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 cents per dozen.
SENT FREE. 3 Pounds Riverside, 95 cents per dozen.
All good Fresh Goods.
MEW YORKCHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA. N zCDEOM & OO PAN T.
44 South Main Street.
95 LA W S UNIVERSITYNOTES. The eXcises connecte d with unveil-
, " .. ing; the Cooley bust be-in it ')o'clock
HAVE Y OUiR Miss Martha Sherwood. of Allegan,
is visiting her brother, Bernard Sher- tomorrow iii University hall.
CANE ENGRAVED hrrtrB adbr Walter Camp has resigned from'
--AD, - Yale's athletic committee, oni which
TPhe. following petitions w ere gr~ant- h
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. Te has served lifteen years, cii ac-
______________________________ed by ther FaCulty May 21: 1. W.
Daniels, J. A. Lamont, Mla'i-y Mac-count of its demanding too much of
S E TE R S-Neil. hIls time.
Iudge Albert H3. Horton, '58 L and
Orman M. Ca.meran,w ; who was f-
For Men and Boys, LL. D. (Michigan), who has been chief
- pelled from the University last week, ..
lMBuas beci admitted to the washlenaw justiceof the supreme court of Kansas
A } ABSfor twenty .y rha igndnd
county bar.e
; WOOJL SWE[AIERS Dr. .11. Walker -ekeon "The iill practice law at Topeka.
in black, navy, white, Doctrine of Personality of Hobbes, U. OF Al. CALENDAR.
garnet and gray, Spinoza, and Leibnitz" before the Phil- Thurs., May 23.-'97 vs. 'OS, inter-
for Boys, up to 32 osophical club in room 21 last night. class baseball, 4 p. m.
inch sizes, Secretary Wade has placed the fol- Fri., May 24.-Sophomore party at
I 0Granger's.
$1.5a0 lowing notice on the Bulletin board: Fri., May 24.-Presetation of the
For Men, all sizes, On acount of the large number of Cooley bust by senior law class.
£2.00. dipliomas to be: prepared, all candi- Fri., May 31.-The last Choral Union

I CE C:OLD
SODA WATER
--
. A. MUMMERY'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN.
Ice Cream Soda, Vernor's Ginger
ale, and all popular drinks.
A, E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington St.
CUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
to all points for sale by
ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET AGENCY,
aa E. Haron St.
Member of American Ticket Brokers Asso-
ciation. All Iransportations siar-
anteed. Tickets bought and sold.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
ThileBicycle?
Here are a few points worth consideration:
Bearings-Two points of Contact.
Weights-15 to 23 Pounds.
Frames-22 to 28 Inch.
Tread-4 7-16 and 5 inch,
Choice of color, Gear, Saddle, Pedals, Tires
and mandi eas. Same as tkou khmade
to order. Seel, Catalogue Free.
-. FORD. AGENT.
noEast William Street.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William sat, have a
complete stock of
UNIV[BSIIY TE[T. SODKS
Niew and Second Hand..
Noe Books. and other Students' Suppies
Fine Stationery Sporting tods, ste ,which
theynofer at the Lowest PriCeS.
Osil andsee us before purchasing.
G . WLD.
THE 'LEADING TAILOR
&a impot'ter has feceived the
largest and ripst select stock of
IMP.RTE- _ A40 DOMESTIC' - - LNS
for Sprbg an"SuFmil oerof '65'in
the city, and wouild:b e pleased
to have yon call and, examine
the same.
ill Dress Suits . a: 1 t
1k. Washingtoa sit. near Main,

Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADBLPHIA.
Sweatefs
*011

dates for a degree in Tune are re-
quested to pay the graduation fee at
once.
At the Adelphi meeting next Sat-
urday,May 25, the following program
will be given: Music, impromptu
speeches, short story, declamation, im-
promptu debate, paper, reading,
music. The iwxt meeting will be a
debate. with Websteir society.
Prof. Peckham is to give a paper on
Asphalt Pavement as an Engineering
Problem before the Engineering so-
ciety tomorrow evenni, fIn room 10.
Mr. Peckhlam has recently been to
TriIdad, South Alerica., to examine
4(e Asphalt lake on that island, in
he iterestof a5stois firm. He
as done a great deal of expert workt
n this line both for private p hties
and f the goveriment.

social of the season.
Fri., May 31.-Webster-Adelphi de-
bate, law lecture room, S p. m.
Sat., June 1.-Western Intercollegi-
ate championships, Chicago.
Wed., June 5.-Dual field day, Cal-
ifornia vs. Michigan, athletic field.
oY want tu see the Ad cv c6111 The,
tailor uv chicago on the top uv this
paij. He is at the Kook Hous rume
J and we, rekomend cure frends t
call an' se him. .He .hes got a jim
dandie line;of suiteings for 18.00 dal-
ars and more.
NOTICE TO FRATERNITIES,
A family desires to take chnrge of
furnished .house during. the sumIner
for the rent. Inquire at Daily oftlce,
A -family desires to take charge of
house for fraternity next year. ,ry
quire at Daily °oftegi.
Wanted-A position as matron of a
frternIty house. Apply at 15 N. Sate
st., between 12 .and2 p.m. 168

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