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June 03, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-06-03

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THE U. OF M. DAtILY.

A. 0. SPALDING & BROS.
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
GOLF.
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THlE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THlE LEADER FOR 1895
IAIDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
hWYORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA
XOORE & WETMIORE
6 &. Main St and State St., cor-
ner of Wiliam st., have a
complete stock of
U II[SIT1TUT BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Sots Reks asd other Students' Supplies
Fine Stationery, Sprting Goods, etc., which
they offer at the Lowest Prices.
Cll almd see usn bfore purchasing.
G_ H. VWILLD
THE LEADING TAILOR
anid Importer has received the
largest azntmaost select stock of
IMPOIITID AND 'DOESTIC WOOLENS
for Spring atd Summer of 95 in
the city, and would be pleased
to have ,youi.call and examine
the same.
Full Dress 8umt a Specialty.
E. Washington st. near Main.
For Mensmad Boys,
fAOITLAMK S
WOOtL SWEAES
an blk, :navy white,
;anet rand gray,
fof Bos,nap to 32
/ n h sizes,
F'o Men, all sies,
$'200.
Strawrbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
Sweate rs
SNOOFF

01~p~ICY LESS
suErit THE HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES.
Warrantedsueirt any Bicycle built is the world, regardless of price.
*l ot be induced to par more money for an interior wheel. Insist on
having the Waverley. Built and guarasiteed by the Indiana Bicycle Co.,mllo olrcnen hs odi sgo sgl.
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.

A New Camera!

HOW TO ECONOMZ. TEHW-YJ.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down. T E]A _Y 4J .
Eat Tomatoes. WViII accommodate ilin for 25 ex.nand is Loiaded
3 Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen. and unloaded iInouddaytigist.' GlasPlates
3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 cents per dozeii. can be used wiiiiont asiyea attachmenuts.
3 Pouiids Riverside, 95 cents per dozeii.R CE $
All good Fresh Goods.PRI '9
44 ouh ai.Sret.-r. ~Including Sunlight Film for 12 exposures.
44___South___Main___Street. __ Sesid for Catulogue describing all hinds of
I Caimeras and Accessories.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Tbo traicc leamnretuiricdifrom Ciii-
sago yesterday miorniing.
Prof. D'Ooge's csoursc in {,creel. Andi-
qutities, closes this afternoon.
11. 0. Aumion soccepledlihi snip-
cI iteliden-cy of the Saline scinools.
Profs. ]KnoitiiioninlG-itlin xwiii
leccture to thic laws every tiny this
wieek.
Mr. Dow is givinig genterci quizzcs
iii oil his sections in. history 1, tis
week.
The first onf Prof. Thoimas' lbs. ii
lectures coHInuce tomorrow evening
in nTppanihell a1 7:15.
The (California uneet xwiilpasilably
is, declared off, owving to the action of
lis'Califorianmaunag, mcml,
The Califosrnia, tuntslin thefin-
rersity ore planning to give a banqutlte
to thc Califoriiia track tenam Wednes-
cloy evelning if tic-heset is held..
Aieetilig of lime julnior lass claiss
wviii eholrd early this wvoek for itc
purpose of adopting the Ites (lestoc
constitution for next year's atnuaul.
The junior lits ploy the freshminan
ills this afterneoii at 4 o'clock. The
wininers of this machcl to layn the se-n-
ior lassforWt1e elass cianipitonsiiip.
Twvo hundred and odtyoenior laws
were odmittesi to the «raahtenaw
Circuit Bar Saturday afternoon.
Profs. Knowlton and Tfhonmpsoii and
Attorney Itandnll were oppointed an
examining coimittee oncd upon re-
port of Prof. Thompson, thot soils-
factory examinations wvere. passetd, tile
oath of office won given.
A tin cup lion ben ottaehed to She
recently repaired fountain on the dia-
gonai walk of the canmpus. It had
been suggested iliat an app nil for
one be oide to the wealthy alumni.
outside of .Michigan, so that out, own
state should not he burdened wsith iii-:
expense. Such, an appeal has now
been mode unnecessary by the gift of
seine unkonwo ftleliq of the Univer-
sity.
A lady of experience desires to net
as molren for a fraternity or :sorority
fot the coming year. References can
be given if desired. Inquire at Daily;
odfico. 177

OBERLIN DEFEATED.
(Cntined froml First Paige.)
Innings----11 21 4050hIi 8 9
Olichigan ------ 4 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 3--i
Oberlin - ee-------00 so10oo00-n1
Earned runs--Michigan 9. fTes-base hits-
Sexton, Shields, Wathinis, Russell. Blooming-
stos,. Three-base iiits-Bloomlngslon 2,
Deans. Saerifkce lilt-Wathins. Stolen bases
-Sexton I, Deans I, Shields 2, Russell, Mc-
Resole. Furst base on balls-By Wathins-0,
b~y Voorhees 4. lilt sy sitcher-Sherril-,
0aughn. Int base on errors-Mticigan 4d
Obes-lin 2. Left on biases-Miehigain S, Ober-
in 10. Stenck out-By Waibrins 7, by Voor-
linen I. fnole plays-M'icKenzie to Conadon
to Mcl~enzie~ Waterman nooesndon to Dleans.
Possed balls-iCondon 2. Time-2:lS. Uicire
-Stage, of Cleveland. Atiradane-600.
Ladies' Glee and Banjo Clubs.
The concont by the '}aiiies' (lenelid
Bibnjo dolmi::r the becit of the
*No iion's gycainonio-curred last
Satturday evening. Tihe esineirt ovas a
ver-y successful one on for aon the
music won conerned, ticoug, l hie aui-
ece wos ritldi -r small owing to ihe-
hint. There wecc-- lu- changes froii
the printed, program. 'Miss L1e~oron
iook 'Miss Fine-her's place i the inst
number, atd Mrs. K ednide took tlb,
place of iS-eo I-'ot and Batch. The
amount rca-lized for Use gymnasium
has n1sf yet beesn aseertained.
Semniti c History.
Prof. Crofg bus iprepsared an outline
of tile lectnTreas to be giveni during tine
first seniester of neat yeas' on Semitic
Archeology and History. The course
consists oaf Ihirty-four lecture's, which
will be igpet to juniors and seniorsi.
They will be based upon the records of
lbs meanimeists and will he of great
s-nine as ancient and modern histories
ore olken untrustworthy in their treat.
ment of these subjects. Copies of thie
alilouncement may be obtailsid a01 the
seerotary's office on ,applicattion.
U. OF M. CALENDAR.
MIon., June 3-96 vs. '98, inter-class
series, 4 p. in.
Wed.., June 5.- Dual field day, Cal-
ifornia vs. Michigan, athletic field.
Thurs., June tI. -Facully recital at
Friezo Memorial ball
Sal., Joh e8.-'Varsity vs. Beloli,
at-Iletic field, 3:110 p. in
Tuna.:, June 11.-Sophomsire-fresh.
mean field day, 4 p. in.
Bat., Juno t-arsity vs. Chicago,
athletic field, 3:30 p. 1n..'
Do you want boarders? t Ifaso, ad.
vertise your board in the Daily.

The Blair Camera Co.,
471 Tremont St., Bon.i, Mass.
ICESC001D
SODA WATER
-AT-
A. E. MUMMERY'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA RIIINTAIN.
Ice Cream Soda, Vernor'i Efinger
.Ale, and all popular drinks.
A. E, MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Wvashington Si.
HAVE YOU SEEN TIE
Tistle Bicycle I
Bern are a few points worth consideration:
Bearings-Two points of Chstsct.
Weights-lb to 23 Poutnss.
Frames-22 to 28 Inch.
Tread-4 7-16 and 5 isiei.
Choice of Coliir, Clear, Saddle; Pedals, Tirns
and liandle Bar. Same as tni-hsad'eti
to nrder. SeenI Cataniogie Kieee.
D. le. FORID. AGENT.
20) East WilliamStrest.
Schatler's- Bookstore!
Formerly, with Gesorge Wahr, .19
E. Washington St. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text- Books, Stationery ant'
,Miscellaneo is Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWNTOWN BOOKSELI
19 E. Washington at., one bli
east of Main S.
A 3 W ARBQOR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
'ighs Gloss and Donsastle Finish.
B. S SEVISS, IManager,
2B -SOUTH' FOURTH AVENUE
Mlembers on icusaatee TickeltlBrokers' Assn.
Olation of U. S.
Cosby &* Xckedn R. R. T.icket Agency
ss Adams st., Chicago. Reduced fates to all
poi .ts. Branch The Kindrgarten No. a
I. illal st. Ann Arbor Snehifia.

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