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June 06, 1895 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY, _____________
As G, SPALDING &EROS. QIBI0TIER ]DIOTA ANew Camera!
Atliletic Supplies. WANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of cloth per day. He b.uys n
at enormous discounts. You boy of him and you avoid the profits of r -
GOLF., date tailoring. Fit guaranteed. Swell Suits $18.
Unfrm o AlSors ILSEY'S OLD STAND. STATE STEET _3
RIDE THE SPALDINO BICYCLES- HOAAL O 1ECONOIIVTZIE. I
THE LEDER FO I$95,Flour is going up. Tomatoss are going down. LUC
a Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
iANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE a Pounds Peninsular, $5 cents per dozen. TH HA .- J
SENT FREE. 3 Pounds Riverside, 95 centis per dozen.E + ",
All good Fresh Goods.
NJEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA. ~St D.AN &~iiacn slsesstt2exad~s
_________________________________ casn be used withost any extra attachments.
MOORE & /'YETMORE UNIVERSITY NOTES. Wisconsin deteated Obesise- a Mal~di- PIRIGCS, S

6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have
full lines of
BASE BALL. AND TENNIS GOODS
AND HAMMOCKS
Gift Books for Commlencenment.
Gall and see us beforepurchasing.-
G. H. WIL.D.
THE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer has received the
largest and most select stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for Spring and Summer of '93 in
the city, and would he pleased
to have you call and examine
the same.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
E. Washington s1.. near Main.
SWUEATR
AVN For Men and Boys,
4 IANDKNIT LABS:
WYOOL SWEATERS
its black, navy, white,
garnet and' gray,
for Boys, up to 32
inch sizes,
}51.50;
For Men, all sizes,
$2.00.-
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADBELPHIA.
Sweaters.
4, AT- .M
Skeelian & Co.'s

'l'tttVsp opsc' e-ices wNill close today.
TIhe music will bei from flounod and
Sullivan.
tDc. A. It. AWarihinl, of tie medical
faculty, left last waIk for ans Mire-
15055 tour.
Misses Sanborn issid Notlec will gilve
anl At Homse to the, girls of '95) next
Monttay afternoon.
Mliss Alice Springsteep, '98S, has beens
ratted lionlte on accossttt of a seriouts
aecidoent to iser fatther.
Miss tucy TLextor, '9-4, is a caundi-
dtate for tlbe degree of 31. A. at Le-
landsttStaniforditlissyeatr.
Mlrs. Iissell. assist ,,, by -Mrs. Lloyd,
centerbaintedtIwo sections of lt'e Wi-
ttatt'5s'sgst' tsatsr Ihomie ye'sterthsy.
Thte freshmesnt'n;ss, ligee Iparty' wlicit
watstsolhave lit 1 ittgve'ss Fridaty 'vent-
ins;, halossilsIostlttsssed for osse.ws
Dr. (-'hass.lBouot,'9t41, wito lastoa
lists' positions its Milwauske.'.is sends-
insg a few days tthis homscintsiss
city.
IV. It. 'Masstwarress, '9..), hats beets
secutred as psrincipale of thse Batttl
Cre'ek secsoois for blext yeasr at a salatry
of <$1,000.
Mrs'.W liisey.',4 whots a l b tets
instructor its smahemsaics at lisliss,,
Ill., sluting thl ast year, is visitinsg
friensoin tlisscit'.
hea Eliza 1. Dill, '95, lmss secured
thse positieos of instsructor its tphysics
ande miest'rt-ty atsthle.St. Josephtissghs
secsoot (lnritsg tihe coming year.
Dr.-B. Luless will address the En-
gineering Society on the subject of
Longitudle, Friday, June r, at 8
o'clock, in roost 10, Engineering build-
ing.
The. exhibition of the Ants Arbor
Art Schtool is b ing lId at thse 31a-
sonic block today and will extensd ever
lFridtay and 'Saturday, both day. and
evc n.
Prof. Taylor will givea genacral ex-
antination to all menabers of Pol. Ec.
2,. and those who do not show"antls-
factory knowledge will have to. take
another two hour examtnation.
Owing: to the fact thait several copies
of Wakemnan have booen taken from
the history shelves In the library..and'
nt returnadces canhereafter.e
obtaied only, at the desk wits. the
regula r 131 ls for drawing books.

,sontsTusdasiy 53; l'rissevii, tbeor'ge'-
ows. 8-3; Holy tross, Attsiterst, 7--i.
Rtalphi Stoiws, '112, of Grand.lIt tiiis.
forttirly ssssstssgissg ,editorn'of lt'e
Dasily, wats mtarried. Ssttssity lto hiss
3tssssse Jiltto(if ltsat city-. Mr- sassd
Mrs. Stonse will is the g;bests of t(ssss.
1. IHooker, '114 31, today anssd too-
row.
Prof. MS aietstgiliss willnst int is
stusiz setio_,s isn Assseriessss tolitti'al
Hlistory 15, .liss weekitor snext its ordesr
to give nose tutu' for piitreartions fur
thse stat' chatmserle 'xaminassstionss widti
lits will give be ghissisg Montday of ix-
asissnationss with.
Next weeit W'edtti'titty sissitFrislay
ait S o'elock will occurc the-lass twit
mieetigs, of Prof. Stssisi 3's cliss its
Iliscsos'y-of StIussis.'.t'hese will bhe sld
its Uniersity Hll, entssed lisrowsis
tse chaptel, 0tsottrof. Stalaesica n
sec the Columssbiant urgoss.lHe'is iplay-
issg the smusic of Itichardl Watgiser' tut
explatiniin g it 55s lie' proseed'is.
Tlwere eilise, a mseetinsg of the tush'-
ietelentis of tse citiss of"'96inihiIse
chatptl Sasturdays3'atp2 i. tfor thee pur-
iosue of electinsgssaiboairdtof eitors for
nsext 3ear's G'astsslitrs. 170
A mesetinsg of flist S. L. A. bosar-t will
lbe hseld'Thlusrsda at 51 p . i..in moots
12, law buildinag.
E. G. Itt tilTĀ±1, Pres.
'97-9S FIELID DAY.
Entries to tse fresltsnt-,soplsotore
field day, wicih will hoA held.stext
'Tuesdlay afternoosn begiossint; at! 4
o'clock, must be hsanded in by Satur-
nighsttnext to L. Hlutchsinson, '97 mian-
agcr, or H. T. Heald, '98 manager.
U. OP M.-NOIITHWESTEtiN DE-
BATE.
Copies of the speeches in thse Mich-
i3gan-Norltwestern debate are now on
sale at Wabr's bookstore on State sI.
Thsoso whso subscribted nany receiv.-
their copies at the samte place. Price
per copy, 20 cents.
JUST A i3IONIENT, PLEASE.
Thse progressive ansd aggressive rail-
way in the line, of Itserchangeable
M1ilage is thse Ohio Central. Amnn
theo first to issue thsis hook it has al-
ways been the leader. It now pub-
lishses 67Z distinct systems of transpor-
tation. Separated into divisional lines
as is done by many, it has 1213 trans-
portation lines, represented.. A full
list will be mailed upon application to
any agent of the Ohio Central Lines.
MOULTON MOUltG. P. 4.,
{ Toledo, 0hto.

Including 5sunizht nis tfoe i2 exposures.
Sentd cor Catalogue describing alt in~ds of
Cameras and Accessories.
The. Blair Camera Co.,
471 Tremont St, Bosttnt, Mass.
SODA WAATER
-AT'-
A. E. MVUMMERY'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN,
Ice Cream Soda, 'V'ernor's ginger
.ale, and all popular drinks.
A, E, MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cor. IFourtht Ave. and.OsWashington St.
CUT BATE RAILROAD TICKETS
to sii poinsts fo?-snie by
ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET AGENCY,
33 E. Huree St-
Member of American T~sklet SBroker's Anna
esation.Atl I raksport atst. ser-
anteed.lTicets bmtuu andIstolsd.
F U1 OF, M# FLAGS
25c Each..
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler..
Slchallgr's BookSt orol
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington 5st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text- Books, Stationery and
Muicellaneaois Stock ini general.
MARTZIN SCRALLER,
THE DOWN-T0WN' BOOKSELLEP
19 V1. Washington st.,' one block
east of Main et.
4.2T.21T A 2~OE
STEAM LAUNTDRY'
High Gloss and Domestic Flotsa...
E: S. SERVIS$, Kannager,,
13 SOUJTH F6tIBTH AVEUB
Isle bees of U. a a tee Ticket Brokers' Asso-
ci sof'U. 5."
Cosby & Xe~eoa'R 4.1RTTcket Ageutcy
50 Adaas sO., Chsicane. -Bednerates t all'
lspins.Brnch The-iseKndejga s 50.5 $
. N. Maliks. Ann5ror Xihigan.-

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