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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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A.G .SPALDING & BROS.
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
GOLF,
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDING BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895
ANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have
full lines of
BASE BALL AND TENNIS GOODS
AND HAMMOCKS
- AN O- -
Gift Books for Commencement.
Call 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 '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.
SWEATERS
For Men and Boys,
HUANKI LAMB'S
WOOL SWEATERS
in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray,
for Boys, up to 3%
inch sizes
$1.50;
For Men, all sizes,
$2.00.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADBLPHIA.
Sweaters
-AT-
~lieia & o'

A New Camera!
IC CLES.-
" RE THE HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES.
Warranted superior to any Bicycle built in the world, regardless of price. -0
Do not be induced to pay more money for an inferior wheel. Insist on C
having the Waverley. Built and guaranteed by the Indiana Bicycle Co.
a million dollar concern, whose bond is as good as gold.
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.
ip.

IH. J. BROWN, Exclusive Agt.

HOW

TO BOONOMIZE.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down.
Eat Tomatoes.
3Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Riverside, 95 cents per dozen.
All good Fresh Goods.
=SEAJN 8&CO2MPAfY.

AA d.,.__1L 1R1r,

44 South Main Street.

Review of Reviews for June. Communication
That excellent magazine for the busy (Continued from Second Page.)

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n'an, tie Review of Reviews, has jus
issued its June snumber. The number
contains besides the usual cartoons an
excellent portrait of Bissiarek and
numberless other enlgravings of men
prominent in business and political
creles.
Under the caption "Chicago Newspa-
pers and Their Makers" Mr. Willis J..
Abbott, '84 L, contributes the leading
article of the number. It is an 'x-
ceedingly graphic account of the past
and present fortunes of journalism in
our neighboring metropolis. Mr. Ab-
bott asserts that the great Chicago
dailies arei all well prlnted, cleanly
edited and dignified, and that in
(these respects they excet most of
their .easter contemporaries just as
their news columns excel in the range
of teiegraphic reports. Other articles
are "American Sympathy with Cuba,"
"The Better Policy," "College Oratory
in the West," "The True Policy for
Britain" and "Tile Passion I'bsy at
Houtz."
Outing for June.
Outing for Tune contains the usual
stories, taies of adventure and tm-vei
bicycle tours, etc. Lenz's "World
Tour Awheel" is continued in this
number. The athletie records are as
usual quite coullplete. The department
of indoor athletics contains summar-
tes of our indoor meet and individual
indoor contest. -
Commenoemeet Music.
The students wili be glad- to know
that prominent among the commence-
mnet music wili be the "Yellow and
Blue Two-step." This two-step is al-
ready a rival of those of Sousa and
rightly deserves the popularity it has
gained. For sale by the Ann Arbor
Organ Co. 176
'97-'98 FIELD DAY.
Entries to the freshman-sophomore
field day, which will be held next
Tuesday afternoon beginning at 4
o'clock, must be handed in by Satur-
night next to L. Hutchinson, '97 man-
ager, or H. T. Heald, '98 manager.
U. OF A.-NORTHWESTERN DE-
BATE.
Copies of the speeches in the Miet-
igan-Northwestern debate are now on
sale at Wabr's bookstore on State st.
Those who subscribed may receive
thair ceses at the same place. Price
per copy, 20 cents.

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the hoior of either the managers or
the judges. We hope to learn wisdom
from our defeat,. and we shall "go in
to win" next year just the same.
As to the talk in a late number of
the Northwestern, about challenging
Harvard, that is simply an ebulition
of the editors justifiable enthsiasm.
We trust that we may be forgiven
for a little "ceiebsr-aing" after the
precedent that Micohigan set us last
ycear in her prelisutnary engagement
of that brass band: for "celebrating"
pulrposes. We had no band, but we
had a bon-fire and a piano on wheels.
As to claiming that we are the "chail-
pions of the West," etc., we are not
so far gone with "tiho big head" as
to either believe or assert that. Be-
fore any college can justly make such
a claii-she must haveshovn herself
superior in debate, not only to Michi-
gan, but to such institutions as the
t;niversities of Wbnsin, Minnesota,
Chicago and Iowa. No, Gentlemen,
Michigan is good enough for us. We
feel it an honor to debate with her.
and we know her to be a foeman
worthy of our stee All we ask is
that Michigan should reciprocate tho
feeling so far as to give us credit for
lionorable dealing. We respectfully
reftuse to be angered by the unfortu-
nate words of your reviewer, just as
we refused to be angered by his un-
Sfrtunate speeches during the night
after the debate.
(Continued Tomorrow.)
Recent college games: Oberlin 10,
Northwestern 5; Wesleyan 14, Am-
herst 4.
J. A. Beddow, '95, has been appoint-
ed to a $1,000 position as superintend-
ent of the Plymouth schools,
C. L Davis, '95, has accepted a posi-
tion in the high school at South Bend,
Ind., as teacher of English and math-
ematics at a salary of $800..
THE WABASH TRAINS"
Now enter and- leave the New Union
Station at St. Louis over the New
Merchants Bridge, thereby 4voiding
the hot, Amokeq, disagree le ride
through the tunnel, co

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THE HAWK-EYE, JR.,
Will accommodate fim for 2, ex.andis loaded
and unloaded in broaddaylight. OlassPlates
can be used without any extra attachments.
PRICE, $9
Including Sunlight Film for 12 exposures.
Send for Catalogue describing all kinds of
cameras and Accessories.
The Blair Camera Co.,
471 Tremont St., Boston, Mass.
ICE COLD.1
SODA WATER
-AT-
A. B.MUMMERT'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN,
Ice Cream Soda, Vernor's Ginge:
Ale, and all popular drfsks.
A. E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STOQ
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washingon St.
HAVE YOU SEEN TI
Thistle BicyLe6
Here area few points worth censiderat
Bearings-Two points of Contac
Weights-15 to 23 Pounds.
Frames-22 to 28 Inch.-
Tread-4 746 dand 5 inch.
Choice of Color, Gear.Saddle. Pedals.
and Handla Bar. Same as though ml
to order. See! Catalogue Free.
D. E. FORD. AGRH'I.
20 East W iiilam Street.
Schaller's B okst oiK
Formerly with George Waehr
E. Washington st. Headquarterf
everything a Student needs ir
line of Text-Books, S tionery
Misaelianen AS Hiock In general:
M ARTIN SCHAiE:
THE DOWk-TOWN'- BOOKS'
19 E. Wasington st., one
east of Main 9t.
STEAM LAUND7
High Gloss and Domosti Fisse.
E.. S. SERVISS, Namager,
Q3 SOUTH FOURTH.AVENUE
Members of Gu'rantee Ticket Brokers' Asso-
- ' station of U. :S.
Cosby & Nceon .3. Ticket Agency

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