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May 24, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-24

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

HULLY GEE!

yu ototugo down and se ellis The chicago tailor at the
Kuk Hous. He hes a line iiv guds ti show thet makes eny
budy fele gud. but not the same kinde as when yu git out
an' git tite. there hes bin a big crowd uv y uug 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
ot tu be ashamed uf them and suni brot their sweteharts Pi
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 ihed
close wot must hev bin made for sum other fellew wat wuz-
n't thare size, for sum wes to big an sum wus tu 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." Kall til p. m. Aay 25.

A.9.SPADNG&BROS.
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
GOLF.
Uniforms for All Sports.
'AIE THE SPALDIRC ICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR I895.
IIANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
NEW YOIK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA.
'95 LAWS!
HAVE YOUR
CANlE ENGRAVED
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
SWEATERS
For Men and Boys,
UA1ODKM1 LAWBS
WOOL AES
in black, navy, white,
garnet aid giay,
for toys, up to 32
inch sizes,
$1.50;
For Men, all sizes,
$2.00;
Strawbridge & Clothier
P''ILADBLPHIA.
40FF.
4F

FREE!

FREE !TWATE
SODA WATE R

Roun1 Trip to Detrit ad ReturD
Thursday, May 30th, to every student purchasing goods
to the amount of $8.00 or over in
U AUWTEAR CLOTHING %
Furnishing Goods or Custom Tailoring Departments.
Parcels checked and cared for free of charge. Be sure to get
one of our "Bugles" to BLOW during the game. One free
on application at our store, 90 Woodward ave.
Golden Eagle Clothing Co.
OBITER DIOTA
WANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of cloth per day. He buys
at enormous discounts. You buy of him and you avoid the profits of
the wholesaler, the jobber, the middleman. 500 samples. Up-to-
date tailoring. Fit guaranteed. Swell Suits $18
WILSEY'S OLD STAND STAE ST REET
HioMI T1o E CONOMYIZE.
Flour is going up. Toiatoes are going down.
Eat Tomatoes.
3 Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds eninsular, 85 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds tiverside, 95 cents per dozen.
All good Fresh Godds.
- ILN & OO ~E'AJ .
44 South Main Street.

-AT--
E. 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. FioethAve. aed Washington St.
CUT RATE RAIL.ROAD TICKETS
to all tes for sate by
ANN ARBOR R ', TtCKET AGENCY,
33,E. Hurs t,
,Member of Americas Ticket Broker's Asso-
ciation. All 'raasp,. tatiounar
autred. Tikets bought andod.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
Tistle BicyCle?
Bere are a few ponts worth consideration:
Bearings-Two points of Contact.
Weights-15 to 23 Pounds.
Frames-22 to 28 Iac.
Tread-A ,7-16 and 5 inch.
Chonice of ,Color, Gour, Saddle, Pedals Tiresj
aud truedlo tar. Sune us though mode
torder. See! Catalogue Free.
20 Last wlllianr5 Set.
MOO$R &-WETMORE
6 S. rain st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
New and Second Hand.
Note Books asd other Students' 5saplles
Fine Stitoioery, Sporting Oodds, etc., which
they offer at 'e Lowest Prkes.
Call said see us llefdr4 purchasing.
THELEAOING TA1LO
and TIipot r as receied the
largest and .most, 'elect stock of
IMPDRTED AND D.0ASTIC, WOfIENS
for Spring alb utnih of 185 in
the, city, nd o u dllsed
the same. t. .
Vlbr Zies 1ulti a 8 Micty
E. Washngton -9t., ht '6~4a.,

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prof. Hin-dale is visiting in Ohio.
Prof. Knowlton will lecture Monday
at 1:30 and Prof. Angell at 2:30..
Rev. J. M. Geleton speaks tomorrow
evening on "The Inhabitants of
Heaven."
Dre. Huber and Darling and party
leave New Yot-k June J on the West-
erland for Antwerp.
RehearSals foe the Women's Gym.
entertainmeilt tire held every evening
at 7 o'clock in the School of Music.
Princeton defeated Cornell Thhrs-
day 13 to 3._ minth was in the box
for Cornell, and fourteen hits Were
made off him.
The ejunior Pharuics won their

of 2. to 19. Some very sharp playing
was done on both side. . -
The junior lawswill have an exam-
ination next we'ek in Marital Relation
as follows: Section 1, Monday at 4
'celock; s etions 2, 3 and 4, Tuesday
at 4, and section 5, Wednesday at 4.
A change; of time is announedt in
the operat on of the -motor line y
tween Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, tak-
ing effect next week. The change Is
in the time of the running of the first
two trains in the morning andthe
last two at night.
Yu wa.3t tu se mtie ad ov vfis Th,
tailor uv cliago on the top uv t is
palij. fH is at the eook lios RIme
9 and we rlo aend oure fre ndsto
ca~i gn'lo . ie hes at &shf
dalndi ide of stieings for 18.00 dol-
ars and more.

second conscuti g yIne yeste-day b'
' hi ; d.ti Cf atug the nine s ys a ores

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