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May 29, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-29

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THlE U. OF M. DAILY.

As .G.SPALI1NG & ROS.
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
GOLF
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINO BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895.
tANSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SET FREE.
slEW YafK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA
2Mf1OORE & WETMVORE
68. lain st,and tstat st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stok of
UIY[HSIJY I[ST BOOK
~Nw and Second Hand.
Noe Roosoxad other Stdest' Spplis
Fine stalosry, Sportig Goods, etc., which
hey offer st ths Lowest Prices.
,Gal and sew us before purchasing.
G. H. WILD.
THE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer has received the
largest and most select stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for Srnug and Summer of '95 in
the city, and would e pleased
to have you call and examine
-the same.
".Ful Dress Suits a Specialty.
E. Washington t.. near Man
'v:SWEATERS
For Men and Boys,
HHOA~KI LAMB'S
WOL SWEATERS
in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray,
for Boys, up to 32
inch sies,
$1.50:
For Men, all sizes,
$2.00.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADEL-PHIA.
Seaters
4 -0-AT-.

FREE!'

F RE E! A New Camera!

3 flZ
Rodd 1111EIIEIa
--
Thursday, May 30th, to every student purchaisium goods 10o
to the amount of $48.00 or over in ' yi
I I W s - L1
Furnishing. Goods or Custom Tailoring Departments. THE H&AV X-E YE'.JR,:
Parcee's checked and cured for free of eharge. Be sure to get 'Will acomondtec imfti2erxsad isloael
one oif our "Bugles" to BLOW during the game. One freet' coo he seaed iobos t day oitt< .Gaciiolater
on application at our store, 9.0 Woodward aove.P IC .$
Gold n E gle Cloth1 noCo.Including Suniight Filtns torex posres.
Gold n e gle Clo hin Co Scrnd toe Cataiogue describing aohkidsdeof
_____________________________________________________________Cameras sod Accessories.

ICYCLES,
~~{AR TH~E HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES,
r Wrranthed superior to aoy Bicycir toult is the worid, rgardiess of price.
Itoiiot beinduced to pavoouuersmoney toreaieior whcecl i.stoth
sevie, she Wavortey. Boiltsod guasranteed icy the Indiana Bicycie Co.,
amoiliion dollar concerno, wliseon od iss good as ,gold.
21 lb. SCORCHER,. $85. 22 lb. LATIES', $75.
H. J. BROWN, Exclusive Agt.

How

Flour is going sip. 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 dozen.
All good Fresh Goods.
DEJA.1- & COMANY.

44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Yeflow tsttttblueosmbrellais for ill'
Cernell gamte can be secured lit Slice-
bunss
It. C. Beiirltiiit,.. IH. Pt~r.isaind
J. A. Letloy leave been imade Mtichil-
gait's dlegates to the tuiiiess meet-
ing of the Western huteccoll~gia~te A.
A. A. in Chicago Saturday.
The Eiigiiieers defeated the junior
tlitxisicon a very interestiiig con-
test yesterday by a score of 2 to 05.
It was a pitchiers bitle iretigloot
tho game, Aides stikiting out eight
neon and Heath five. Errors were
few, but' very costly.
Alpha. Delta Phi defeated Zeta Psi
yesterday afternoon, by a. score of
10 to 7. The principal feature of cisc
gamne was the playing of Woodruff
for the Alpha Delt's. The batteries
were Woodruff and N. Bourland, and
I#orck and Maitland.
The Junior Auxiliary. of St. An-
drew's church will give a lawn festi-
val on the church grounds on Satur-
day, June ,1, from GO to 9 in the even-
ing. Re freshmsents will b served con-
sistlug of sandiwiches, coffee, ce
cream, cake, lemonade and candy. If
the wcather should be inclemeent the
festival will be held in the rectory.
The object of ..his festival is to raise
finds to hel1p a stru~ggling mission in
thi$ diocese.,

Law Notes.
Instructor Siuith wvilqiifz the ;1ute-
iors nextweeklein Persoina lilserly.
Thie soeniors will be quiz Ill tau-
lupes next week by hustroichar Sitth.
The exoboninltion in, Evidamece ewill
take ipdace in the lectire r(3en Satiir-
clay.
Thteresult of ithe xamutatioos in
Equity Pleading aiid Practice is
posted:.
The- &t niors will be quizzedt in Dami-
lors next wveek on tin' last four lec-
tures. of Domestic Relations to room -.
tntssvecir Hughes wviiilins-c a spec-
ial crtiz in Equity Jurisiprudence Sat-
gardasy aftir noon at 2 seclook, in
room:a 4.
Woman's League Elects Officers,
tM'le Beard of ithe NW noun's League
met yesterday aftekrnioo and elicted
officers and an advisco-y~ board. 'Th-
otticers were chosen ass folloxes: ices.
ident. Miss May Taylor; .vicelpresi-
dent, Mliss Annie Stevens3; recording
ec-retary, bMiss ]CalwriuelRed. cor'-
responding secretary, Miss Mande
Cooley; treasurer, Miuss Jessie Sm1ith.
The following ladies or's Nchosen fr
the. advisory board: Mcrs. i.P.
Lombacd, Mcso G. S. 'Morris, :firs.
F. R. Mechemn. _Mlrs. J. N. Mactin,
Mirs. Walker, Mrs. G. S. Laisison.
Concert for the benefit of Women's
gym, .June. 1

The Blair Camera. Co.,
471, Tremnnt St , tBoston, Stasn.
SODAWATER
-AT-
B. A. MUMMERY'S.,
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN.
Ire Cream Soda. Vernor's gtnger
Ate, aud all popular drinks..
A. E, MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cur. Fourth Ave. sod W'ashington St..
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
Thistle Bifccle?
Here are stfew poinseworth considerhion:
Bearings-Two points of Contact.
Weights-15 to 23 Pounds.
Framxes-22 to 28 Inch.
Tread-A 7-16 and 5 inch.
Choirse of Color. Gear. Saddie.,1Peda&h,. Tires
soA iHsndileliar. Sane as though. made
to ardor. See! CataueFens
I3. E. FORD. AGENFT.
20 East Willia Steet..
SchaIIers Bookstore!,
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
&. Washington st. Headcquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Mlscellaneo is Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHA LLER,
THE DOIWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main at.
STEAMLUNDRY C o.
High CGlossiand imesie Fiish.
E. S. SERVISS, Xsnager,
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE
Members ef Iruarantee Tickhet Srokers' Asee-
clatien of hU. S.
Cosby & NXeou-R. R. TieketkAgency
50 Adams sO.,. Chicago. edured rates to all,
points. :Branch The Kinder arten No.1a
N. Haleist. Ann Arbor 1hsan.

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