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June 08, 1895 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

A. 6. SPALDING& BROS.
-Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINO BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895.
'IANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
'EW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA
MOORE & WETMORE
41S. Main st., and State st. cor-
ner of William st., have
full lines of
BASE BALL AND TENNIS GOODS
AND HAMMOCKS
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 ummer of '95 in
the city, and would e pleased
to have you call and examine
the samne.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
E. Washington st.. near Main.
SWEATERS
Mo en and Boys,
HANKNIIAM'
{ . OOL SWEAERS
in black, navy, white,
a;garnet and gray,
for Boys, up to 32
t inch sizes,
For Men, all sizes,
Strawbridge & Clothier
P'HILADELPHfIA.
Lawn Tennis
-AND-
Base BalL-
GOODS AT
On.e.Quarter Of.

o I ER IOT ANew..Cam-era!
WANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of cloth per day. lie buysC.)
at cnormnous discounts. You buy of him and you avoid the profit' of ! ,""
the wholosalor, the jobber, the middleman. 500 samples. Up-to- -
(late tailoring. Fit guaranteed.Sweoil Suits $18. . -
WLLSEY'S OLD STAND. STATE STREET

4ArE EHIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES.
Wrrated saperior to ay Bicycle buit il the world, regardless. at pritee
Poanot beinduced topav teote moey foranerieor atteelTtsitton
y hariag the Waverey. Busilt and guaranteedl by the Indiana Bicycle Ce.,
+ a tail lioantdllar concern, whoetband is a goad as gold.
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.
H. J. BROWN1, Exclusive Agt.
110WM TO ECONOIV[JMZIE.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down.
Eat Tomatoes.
3 Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 cenits per dozen.
a Pounids Riverside, 95 cents per dozen.
All good Fresh Goods.
44 South Main Street.

I'

LAW NOTES. U. OF Al. CALENDAR.
A. W. Wier, 1195 L, is confinted to his Sat., Juno S.-Warsity vs. D. A. C.,
roomis wilt riteumtisml. atltetic field, 3:30 1).n
Thte ateiolwasawill he quized lin Sat.. Juine S. -Att recital in Uiniver-
Ditnogt tex wttlt cornlenlngsity halhenefit for Oratorical asso-
ciationi.
'Tuesdaty afternlooin. Sat., Jine S.-Art recital, Uitiversity
The linatJtiless gamte betwtein '95 L htall, for the beitefit of the Oratorical
andti'96 illiitake place Monday after- tasociatioit. _

Toe list of qulestionts on Federal
Jurisllrtdoliec is ot, andl lily be oh-
talied at tileliltrarittl's desk.
Thte senior laws hecld a very stormly
ictctiiig yesterdaty reg rditig the bust
plate, but wereuniable to accomtplisit
''The examnatilonin llDonmestic tRtla-
tions whticht was to htave bteeni toilliglit
htas beiintposatonetd until Ttuesdaty
ntightt at 7:301.
The Line for Western Students.
Tte CHICAGlO 41tEAT WESTERIN
Ili:. is the shtort anth direct linie witht
freqtuent filet trelis from Ciicago to.
Dubutque, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Wat-
erloo, Mtarshalltown, Des M4oines, St.
Joseph, Leavenwortht, Kansas City, ini-
teriniediate statioiis and all pofints bse-
yond. Their splendidt satton. at Chi-
cage is located ril~it in the heart of
the city and close connections are
made at terinial and junction points
with lines diverging.
Thtis Mae itay swll he termed the
"Students' Popular Rallway," no swell
do they look after every detail wvhich
tends to please and niake happy she
tired studont on his way home or to
his vacation point after his hard work
in college.
Mtr. A. W.--Noyes is the District Rep-
resentative of this line and will be in
this city with headquarters at the
American House most of the time dur-
lug the next ten days, or ;inforinato t
may he obtained together with maps
etc. at this offie. Inttirvietv him freer,
ly regaroing your trip if you go wes t
Have you" rooms to -rentS ift'so, ec-
sertise them in the Daily.

Mion., June it.-F~inal interclass
game, between '96f and '95 I..
Tutesday., Junte 11. Itteni lecture by
Prof. Thtomlas ill Taipttn itall, 7:15
P. i., for womten's gytti.
Tues., Juno 11.-Soonore-fresh.
tian fi eld day, 4 p. in.
Wed., June 12.-Varsity vs. North-
western, athletic fieldi, 3:310 piii.
Thturs., June 13.-Last faculty con-
cert of the season, in FrieeMemaoriatl
hail.
Fri., June 14--Fresitman ne'gligee
party at Granger's aeademty.
Sat., June 15.-Varsity vs. Chicago,
athletic field. 3:30 p. in.
JUST A MTOM1ENT, PLEASE.
Tue progressive anld aggressive rail-
way in tile hilt of Iteercitaigeabl'o
Mlilage is the Ohtio Cenitral. Amiong
the first to tssue thtis hook: it has al-
ways been the leader, It now. pub-
lishes (17 ditstinct systems of traitepor-
tatian. Separated into divistiol lines
as is done by many, it htas 123 trans
portation lines represented. A full
list wilhe mailed upon application- to
any agent of the Ohio Central Lines.
SIOUiLTON HO UK, G. P. A.,
Toledo, Ohio.
'97-98 FIELD DAT.
Entries to the freshman-sophomore
field day, whtichi will he held next
Tuesday afteruoon beginning at 4
o'clock, must heeitanded in by Satur-
night next to L. Hutchuinson,. '97 man-
ager, or H. T. Heald, '9S manager..
THE WABASH TRAINS
Now enter and leave the -New Union
station at St.. Louis over .the New
Mferchants Bridge, thereby. avoiding
the. hot, smokey, 'disagreeable ride
through, the tunnel. cn

THE HA~WK-YE, JR,
Will acomeodae lIlaI for D5e. adis loaed
and tleadditobroad daylit.Gl.Pes t.
eatbe sed sitiutay extra attatmensa
PRICE., $9
Including Sunightiltm fr 12 eposuraes
Send o Cataodseribing. all inds at
Caeras and Acessries.
The Blair Camera Co.,
471 Tremont St. tsian. iMas.
ICE COJLD
SODA WATER
-AT-
A. . MUMMERY'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN
Ice Cream Soda, Vernors Ginger
Ale, and all popular drinks.
A. E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
CrIferth Ae and lWashington St.
J. OF M. FLAGS
25c Each.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
GUT RATE RAILROAD TIGKTS
to all pints for suit by
-ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET AGENCY,
33 E.HusrnSt
Mlember at American T,1,,,t Brker's Ass
elation. IAlt '1 renprtatint ~ur
untei. Tickets bogt and sold.
SchaII~fs Bookstoe!
Formerly with George Wahr, 15
E. Washingtor. st. Headquarters for
everythiing a Student needs in the
line of Test: Books, Stationery and
Misellanec .me Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block.
east of Main at.
9 WT A.BOm
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High GlossGild Domsti5 Fnsh.
E. S: . RISS,,Mnagr,
23 -SOUTH FOURTH -AVEN UE-
Hembers of Guaratee Ticket Brkers' Ass-
elatn of.II.
Co~lbyt & Meeon IR. !L. TikektAigency
5 Adams+t.Chicao eduNcsed rates Ce all,
. nts .Brnhe hiaden'rkta N. !

sweaters One-Third Off
Sheehanu & Co.'s

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