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May 27, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-27

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

A.G.SPALDING&BROS.
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
GOLF.
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895,
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
IEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA.
MOORE & WETMORE
6. Main st., and State st., cor-
nerof William st., have a
complete stock of
NIVERSITY [XT BOOS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Supplies
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc., which
they offer at the Lowest Prices.

FREE!

F RE! A New Camera!
o a - a

Thursday, May 0th, to every student purchssing goods
to the amount of $8.00 or over in . - W
READY T-0aOm AR CLOTING
Furnishing Goods or Custom Tailoring Departments. THE HAWK-EYE. JR.
Parcels checked and cared for free of charge. Be sure to get will accommodatefitm for Sex.andisloaded
one of our "Bugles" to BLOW during the game. One free and oade dlinbroaddol t GlaasPsaes
on application at our store, 90 Woodward ave.
PRICE. $9
Golden Eagle Clothing Co. IncludingSunlih il o 12 exposures.
Send for catalogue describing all kinds of
Cameras and Accessories.

r"
ICYCLES.
iARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL 1IGH GRADES.
Warranted superior to any Bicycle built in the world,.regardless of price
. Dnt be induced'to par more sny for ainferiur uwer lIncst on
having the Waverey. Built and guarantees by the Indiana Bicycle Co.
million dollar concern, whose bond is as good as gold.
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.
H. J. BROWN, Exclusive Agt.

Call and see us before purchasing.
G. H. VIILD,
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
the same.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
E. Washington st.. near Main.
SWEATER S
For Men and Boys,
HIANDUNIT LAMB'S
UOL SWEAIERS
r in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray,
for Boys, up to 32
inch sizes,
$1.50
For Men, all sizes,
$2.00.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
Sweater-s
VOF
-AT-R

I11O1 TO IBOONOMIZE.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down.
Eat Tomatoes.
3 Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Riverside, 95 cents per doen.
All good Fresh Goods.
DEANI% & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
A special "Lowell Service' was
given at the Unitarian church last
evening. Addresses were given by five
members of the Young Men's Liberal
Guild.
Psi Upsilon defeated Zeta Psi in
a rather uninteresting contest Satur-
day by a score of 12 to 9. Neither
pitcher was hit very freely and errors
weie plentiful. The batteries were
Mcclay and Alexander for Psi U. and
Tuoek and Maitland for Zeta Psi.
Law Notes.
W. B. Hatch, '95 L, won second
place Saturday in the Michigan inter-
collegiat ' prohibition oratorical con-
test at Albion.
The senior law baseball team is
equipped with new maroon sweaters
with "'95 Law" on them in pink let-,
ters.
The '95 L and '96 L ball teams
played a six innings practice game in
Saturday, resulting in the score of 6
to 5 in favor of the seniors. But two
hits were made off Anderson, '96's
pitcher, and none off Aaron, '95's
pitcher.
A competent lady would like to
make an engagement for the coming
year with a fraternity society, either
ladies or gentlemen, as matron or
chaperone of their house. Please ad-
dress, Mrs. S., Daily Office. 171

Photographs of Girl's Gym Class.
All girls of the tuiversitywhode-
sire. a potoetapli of the girls' gym-
nasium class, a duplicate of th .one
appearing in the Castalian, please ap-
ply to one of the following: Miss
Woodruff, 50 E. University ave.; Miss
Tisompson, 28 S Fifth. ave.;;Miss Rich-
ards, 77 E. Humn, st..
BUSINESS LOCALS.
UNIVERSITY MUSIC.
The Yellow and Blue Two-step has
rightly gained a very popular place
#mong the students. Not only is the
Stime perfect and easy to dance to, but
all through the favorite air of "The
Yellow and Blue" is promninent, with
a most delightful accompaniment.
The University of Michigan Chimes
is also very catchy and promises to
receive deserved popularity. For sale
by the Ann Arbor Organ Co.
NEW SHEET MUSIC.
The following new music has been
received fronr Lyon & Healy, Chicago:
Vocal-"Autumn," Wood; "'E Dunno
where 'e are," Eplett; "S14r of my
Life," Hewitt; "Waishiiugton and the
Flag," Thompson; "My Pretty Creole
Maid," Bishop; instrumental-"Bostoni
Valse," Muller; "Assembly Two-Step,"
Hassier; "Visions of Rest Waltzes,"
Shearn, guitar.
WANTED.
Someone to purchase share in ten-
nis court. Terms reasonable. Lease
laSts throughout college courso. Call
at 20 S. University ave.

The Blair Camera.Co.,
47! Tremont St., Boston, Mass.
ICE COLD
SODA WAT ER
-AT-
E. A. MUMMERY'&
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN,
Ice Cream Soda, Vernor's Clinger
Ale, and all popular drinks.
A, E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cor. Foua th Ave. and WYashington-s1.
CUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
tasall points for sale by
ANN ARDOR R. R. TICKET AGENCY,
33 E. Haron St.
Bember og American Ticket Broker's Asso-
ciation. All 'e ransosriatlos s '-ar-
atee Tickets bought and solil.
'95 LAWS!
HAVE YOUR
CANE ENGRAVED
"-AT-
WM. ARNOLD'S,..Jeweler.
SChaller'S Book store!l
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of TextBooks, Stationery and
Miseellaneo is Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
The& Ie
"We are setting the
pace for'95. Watch
others try to fol-
low.",
HWigh hrt BicyclesI
ELLIPTIC CRANKS.
It youwish to be convinced of the truth of
the sbove motto, call on
W. P. DISThER,
B S N.University as-e

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