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May 31, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-05-31

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

AG.SPALDING &BRDSI FR EE_____FREE!
-Athletic Supplies. a
A BASEBALL, LAN TENNIS, Dooarpt erotad D tr
Uniforms for All Sports. Thursday, May 30th, to every student purchasing goods
___to the amount of $8.00 or over inM
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895 .R A YT w. E R ft 0 H N
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUEKEA Y T W AR C O H N
SENT FREE. Furnishing Goods or Custom Tailoring Departments.
~EW YRK, HICAG, PHLADEPHA ire's checked and caredl for free of charge. Be suare to get w
NEWYORK,_CIAGO,_PILADELPHIA. oue of our "Bugles" to BLOW during the game. One free
MOORE' & WETrMORE 00 appl ication at our store, 90 Woodward ave.

ANew Camera!

r'IEE HAV -YE,R,.
ill aceonimodate. Him lor 25 ex.and is loasded
sd unloaded i10 sroaddaytleht. Glss Plates
anbe usesd wisihont any extra, attachmnts.
PRZICE. $S9
nd~ng So ig ht Film forsV1exores.
end for Catal gaue describing all inds of

6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st.,, have a
complete stock of
UNIYEHSIJY TRXTBOOKS
New and Second [Hand.
Nole nooks and other Students' Supplies
Flee Stationery, Sporting Goods, elf-, which
they oiler at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
GH. WILD.
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 he pleased
to have you call and examine
the same.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
E. Washington st., near Main.
SWE AtER S
For Men and Boys,
DANDKIILAMBS
.HOL SWEATERS
in hiack, -navy, white,
garnet a~nd gray,
for Boys, up to 32
inch -sizes,
FortDMen, all sizes;
$2.00.
Strawbridge &,Clothier
PHIL:ADBLEIPHIA.
Sw e ate,,rs
~OFF
-AT

Golden Eagle Clothing Co.

Tr
55q

. I (in niarnc and 4.~[ ,znri a.

cameras ana ACCessories.

t ARE HE HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES.
a Warrantled superior to anyBnoycie bailt isShe worldregardless of price.
s lDo not be induced to paevnoes, money for an inferior wheel. Insiot on
baving the Waverley. Sult and go sranteea by the Indiana nicycie Co.,
amillion dolrsnernm. whose bond isoas 'nod as goid.
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.
H. J. BROWN, Exclusive Agt.
HOV\L'TO ECONOMIZE.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes see goinag down.
Eat 'Tomatoes.
3t Pounods Greenwood, 75 essnis per dozen.
3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 ents per dozen.
3 Pouiids Riverside, 95 cents per dozen.
All good Fresh Goods.
44 South Main Street. :) AN & 0 D _ A Y

The Blair Camera Co.,
47t Tremontat5 ., BostouMass.
IC]E COLD
SODA ATPER
-AT-
R. A. MUMMERY' S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTIN.
Ice Cream Sods, Vernor's Ginger
,Ale, and all popular drinks..
A. E, MUMMERYT'S DRUG ST~fE,
Cor. Fourth Are and Washington S.
HAVE YIIU SEEN THE
Thistle Bi1cy Cle? 1
Here are a few poitnts worth consideratiott:
Bearings-Two points of Contact.
Weights-lb to 23 Pounds.
Frames-22 las 28 Inch.
Tread-4 74 6 and .5 inth.
Choice of Comer, Gear, Saddle, PedaisTt'esn
and ilandiQ ae:a Same as though modle
toorder. See? Catalogue Free..
ID. 1i.. PORD.,AGEN'TV'.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
WY. H3.iRopei, '96)l D, ioke his ar111
Wedisdoay, wile playing )sail.
Tiss', Decorsations Day number of
W1riiskie was pslacd oii sale y~sterday.
H. Weare, '90e, vas ciecled director
of lt'eAtletic associations an the lMA
ilicutilig of the board.
The, jsidges in this'Webster-Adcliis
dehalio tonight are Dean Knowslton.

iso r'ady 10 givo.escwtaittis sCom -
posed' ef alumnaile .and promient ciii-
zns11 have hbeenformedt in alt of thes
largeic cities of itie stale to miskedi-
rect personal appea to10tihesvealtby'
aiid F ancntial people of the vliiiy.
Encoura ging. reports (love been sent
froms Detroit, Kiitxiaaoo. bSginawv
and Grand Rapid,. and it is hoped
thant$under tuhiss tesatic course of

Instructor Piece c ndi. 3. V Sliey- actioin the fundits willbe rapidly fin- 20 Esaa..William Street.
J . crcnn

Ilan.

F3. P. Sadici' , socalledtoiiis
home iii Grove Cily, 1I'1., I the death
of his brother yeoterday,. and. probably
wsill not return to tile Ciivee sity this
yeor.
Course ticke;ts for Prof. Thonmas' tee-
ltures on lbs n are on sale and may be
procured at Calkins'-or' Sheehan's, and
of any iinherer of the execulive coiu-
mnittee of bt~e Woman's Leagule.
STIL'L COING IN.
Fund "for Women's .Gymnasium 'Is
Now :$3.175.37.
While the gyminasium fund-lbas been
slowly but :steadily :increasing by w4
'diltlon from, friends d.dire iytty eest-
ed, the atm, up to 11018 time, of the.
general . ym2Tnasium alconsolklttee bhas
been claletly directed to informning peq-
plo 'of. the 'needs ad purposes of a
gylttlaaiul u-i. ordrrto seek dh
re t'th p t hfey -aresupposed' to

Sinee lasi reported Treasnur Soule
has riceived sevewal Bnms-
Mrs. Abby Ititcocis Bartlett1, 'ST.$ 0
Mlrs.. H. G. Routethe, of Detroit..:.10
Itegelt W. C. Cocker............. 50
Mr: Ans is. Alfired Lloyd-. 15
Mrs. Noah Cheer-------------i.
Co~ns-dy Club Bnlt.....1
Sate of iee creamn, May 37..-.°.: 6
Miss 1La t'a~lee ........ ..... ....]
Tlitrty-tirtJ'CollegeGirls. 9
Miss Elizabeth Farrand, '87 s1. S
Mrs. Lucy, P. Huber............. .
iMrs. Lucy.D. S. Packer.........0s
Total................... $.283
This:is In addition to the -sum al-
lready'on1 hand, .$2,893.37, mulling a
dohol of $3,176.37.
"D, 'F'+ 3hertz, .thie efIIe nt gener'al
secretary of the S.? C. A., who grldu-.
atea with '9-5, hiss received the, position'
as principal '-of the MNt.- Clemens
sebolt. for next yealr at a salary of
V1,00'0 for the f9rstysair.
Concert for tioesbtmieIlt of Women's
Byrn, Anne- 1. . " -

I;

ScaIei S. Bookst--ore!
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Wash~ngton ast. Headquarters for
everythisig- a Student needs in the
~lne of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miacellanee is Stock in general.
- ARTI SCHAIJ ER.,
THE, -DOWN-TOWN aOOKSELLER,
19 E.;Washington st, one block
east of-MNain at.
STEAM.LAUNDRY GO.
High Gmoss and Domeastic ;lFIish.
r- ..E.S. SERV I mager,
51 SOUTH FO.URTH "Avr]6NUE
Memdbers ef of Uualiotee Ticket.Srohersa'Asid-
- fation of U. S.
Cosby & Mct~eon R. R..Tieket.Azeney

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