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June 01, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-06-01

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THE U. OF M. DAiLY.

A. 0. SPALDINGO&'BROS.
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
GOLF.
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1 8952

OBITrER DICTI A A 'New Camera!
WANA.MAKER tailors 20 miles of cloth per dlay. He buys ~~
at enormous discounts. You buy of him and you avoid the profits of ?
the wholeakr, the jobber, the middleman. 500 samples. Up-to- o
date tailoring. Fit guaranteed.' Swell Suits $18. C
W'VAN.A.XA3ER & 3R.OWN,
WILSEY'S OLD STAND. STATE STREET z
HOWI'TO ECONOYILB.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down. ssd
Eat Tomatoes. - p

HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED) CATALOGUE ,

SENT FREE.
NJEW YORK, CHICAGO, PIIILADELPNIA.1
IW ORE & W ETMO~tRE
6 S. Main st., and Stste sL, cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
UNIVEBSIJY TEXT BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Note Nooks asd other Studenis' Sitppiles
Fine Stationery, Sportisg Goods, etc., which
thoy offer at the Lowest Prices.
Cal and see 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 Spring and Summer of 1%.inj
the city, and would he pleased
to have you call and examine
the same.
Full Dress Suits a Speciaty.
E. Washington st.. near Ma-in.
SWEATERS
For Men ad Boys,
~4 HADKIT LAMB'S
WOOL SWEAJERS
in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray',
for Boys, tip to 3
inch sizes,
For Men, all Sizes,
$2.00.
Straw bridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
Sweaters

a Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
a Pounds Peninsular, s5 cents per dozen.
a Pounds Riverside, 95 cents per dozeii.f
All good fresh Goods.
:DEJAN 8& OM3LPANY.

44 South Main Street.

U. OF Al. CALENDAR.
Sat. June 1-Conicert for wonmens
gymn. in University hail.
Sat., June .-'Western Intercollegi-
ate chanmpionsihips, Chicago.
Mon., June 3.--'96 vs. ,OS, inter-class
series, 4 p; . .
'Wed., June 5-Deal field dlay, Cal-
ifornia vs. Michigan, athletic field.
Theurs., June G.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Memorial hall.
Sat., June S.-'Varsity vs. Beoit,
athletic fld, 3:30 pt. in.
Toes., t une 11.-Sophioimore-,freshi-
miean field dlay, 4 p. me.
JUST A MOMIENT, PLEASE.
lbthe tIterchangeable Mileage
- Iee isaued by the Old oCe'ntral
U4~s already the heat in theuiarkot,
b s heen added the entiue B. & 0.
sy-cekemeset of Pittshnrgh,. inlheding
the Pittsburgh & Western Railroad,
niakiieg it incomparably lice b tolmile-
-age ticket issueud hy any line.. If you
urant a ticket that iniclides the B.
&0C. system as well as Big Foow, such
tickets are leaned by (tioe Gvn~tral
Agents only.
STAMP COLLECTIONS:
'We want to buy stamp collieelejica
and will pay cah for the sae on
receipt if price asked ia satisfaetory.
Collections should be 'sent by regis-
tered mail or express with letter- nans-
lag' price unuder separate cover. We
send superiior approval, sheets to- re-
spousible parties.
W. J. LAWRtENCE & 00O.,
Xalamazoo, Mich.
F ou see them everywhere.
(895lnbia Iicycks
T HERE'S a whole airmen in
*the above. It preaches lihe
ecanonmy of buying the best-a

Northwestern Has a Word About It.
(Continued from first page.)
lion acte reputioec affords such a
guarantee. But, to retturia to your
assertions a to the judges. Letters
now lying before me, signed by Mieli
igan's repres Icniativ e, trave that M ie i-
igan, at different, linus, accepted ceo
le'ss thicalive differeiit Iten of eneAn-'
ence as' judges. Do you-does the
student coimmnunity of Mclctigan, saJ
sober aecoind thought, wvish to assert
or even faintly to iesiniite- that such
teen as General Winkler; Ch-cenceltoc
Mc ita n iid tievecnerable Ccci cmi
lloward ace capabele of acetc a. iis-
hconorable act as you indirectly, charge
themc with ic your ;e toc-iet? We
tannet belie .it. (Comepare chesteiice,
for a moment In. ienr atncv. cod
position with two oftliens" selected, by
Michigan lcalt yearseed eitle ill of
:hose who recenctly geeve 3Mciigan; the
pamle Iowa. fle icrege with whose
mcarking most fauelt was found'wiis
General Hoiwcard. Yet for fifty ye-era
that niagificent placn bees stood' be-
fore the Amiericcncieisopie as ain ideal
Christian genitlemacni, known and lien-
ored in every state'; made, iby attic-
n'ation.,Ifie leader of iiuicatous greaet
phcilenthiropic societies;'-duesAMieci-
gan wish to impcucgnc lie honor of antc
a mcanc? Agaicn we say we cancnot ice-
lieve that you will 'do so after soiber
second: leoiglit.
But lbtes ot astonishing iset of
logic is containeed ice yeas' editorial of
Mlay'S, wlwen you say, cozecerilg lice
ltte oratloricael coccie'st, "'Mr. Benetet,
onct of lice Nortliwesleruis debaters,
was also h-ir representative in lice
oratorical cocntest, aned after a hard
struiggle wean last ' llcoe Is is ccot
strange thatt hiewinier of last years
contest should be behind lbs
last imaen ice chis years con-
test, both in delivery and argu-
mnt" We respectfully refer your
syllogism to Michigan's trofessor of
Logic, as a brilliacnt specimen of clasp
room disssetioni. Itedmeed to symubolt-
ceal t(rues, your argeucent is theat,,
since A is superior to B therefore C
must he. superior to B. Moreover,
lice oratorical contest was a matr

THE HAWK-E~YE, JR.,
wuil accommoataeefilm forl25ex,. anisloaeded
andaunloaded in broad daylight. GiassefPlates
ton e esaed withoot anyy estra attachmeots.
PRIGS. $9
Iclcuding Senilght Film for ii exposures.
Send tar Caaliogue descritbing eli kineds of
Cameras ad Accessories.
The. Blair Camera Co.,
471 Trrpment St., Bunton, Mass.
1CE COL]D
SODA WATER
-AT-
A. E. MUMM ERY'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN.
Icel Sream Soda, Verneor's Ginger
Ale, and all popular drinks.
A. E, RBOMMERY S DRUG STORE,
Cor iDeahAve.ad WashingtoSt.
CUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
teshi points tor saierby
ANN ARBONR R R. TICKET AGENCY,
33 E. Baron Si.
Member onf Acaria TIAet Broker's Asso-
ciatione. All 't raspo.rtations .u
suteed. Tickestiotht stad sold.
'9519-LAWS!
HAVE YOURt
CANE ENGRAVED
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
Schaherft's , Booksto[e!
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E-Washingtor. st.. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text- Books, Stationery and
Hiselhaaeois Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E." Washington at.. one block

" wese economy that ever one of cit speeches andt refined elocuitionr- east of, Main st.
ca practice with Columbuas .ary drill and ptaclice; whc raest is me
at $100. The new Colum bias are ; fact that not. one ward of eiher .Ben- 4.W A :O
" marvels of strengtlighIness , noe's or Wards debate was it.xor SEAM LAUN DRY CO.
smery, beauty andIpeed. y ie prized or drilled upon. bforeb -d Hgis iltlmsi tnse
P IOPE MFG. CO., IHartford, rCan. .as naset sicech."=
a F BltnNe York, Chicagi, : u The renmainder of the letter Is too Z. S. SllRVISS, Mansager,
t5Sa Franio Providese Bflo. "tong for publication, but tales exoep- '43 SOUrTH FOURTH AVENUE
-A T-agency or it wiii he bne te ttrayMembers of (guarantee Ticket iBrokers Aso-
male orto -cn "ecuefor Michigan's failure, or in- elation of U. S.
HARFOD r TOCL$ dcaenYany dissatisfaction with thee cit- Cosby & Meeon R. R.. Ticket Agenc
$80,$0,$5., "cumestauces undem which..the debate _at Adams t., Chiass. leduced ratsto all
Slieelin &' Co.' S-h a ddl2 i.Bac h ieartnN.

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