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June 11, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-06-11

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.,

A. C. SPALDING& BROS
Athletic Supplies.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BICYCLES-
THE LEADER FOR 1895
IANOSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
qEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA
MIOORE & WETMORE
61,. Main t., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have
full linies 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 antd most select stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for Spring and Summer 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.
SWEATER S
For INen and Boys,
NADKUIILAMBS
WOOL SWEATERS
in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray,
for Boys, up to 32
inch sizes,
For Men, all sizes,
$2.00.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHIL.ADEJLPHIA.
Lawn Tennis
-AN-
Base BalLk'.01
GOODS AT
.Sweatesqwe-Th rd Qff

HAVE YOU SEEN THE e A New Camera!
ThisI~ iycI~ hayl EmP1OY-
to itribute i
Herec are a few ponts worth consideatin:'u avris-
tment n at payemetfor ahightgride Acme
Bearings-Two points of Contact. wodoe uni the titleaite suanovesN
Weights-15 to 23 Founds. satisfatory.
Frames-22 to 28 Inch. Young Ladies sam tlees.he a
Tread-4 7-16 and 5 inch. f boysir 1 rsuply they mute welrecom-
C~~~ocened efritte forr5 pdleticulars.T
Coidice ooGh r de eals ttiToires ACME CYCLE COPMPANY, sc z
to order.See'.U atalonie Free. LKHART, INDT.(
it~iitit~itiii.
D PaN eT) Acipo i_
D . E tile i1aiiy lviii be tiel-- -- ,ft~t_

20 Efash W~tiiimiStrict. lTie 28for twefnty-firecelits.
HOW'T~o 1 EICONOMIZIE.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are goinig down.
Eat Tomatoes.
.3 Pouiids Greenwood, 75 cenlts per dozen.
3 Pouiids Peninsular, 85 cents per doeei.
3 Pounds Riverside, 95 cetits per dozen.
All grood Fresh Goods.
44 South IMain Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
It. S. Parks, '11i 1., iosipraeticing at
Chardiot, Ohio.
.I-.I. HStllon, '94LtT, i is rictieiti
at Ililling s, Miontana.
F'. T. Flagg,,. 'tt5 Liiis bittn in To-
Ledo for a. fewe days' visit.
Miss Anii.iTailoy, 'it5, will teachi
Latin anttieek reek at Duluth itext year.
The Phii Kappat Psi gaive a very
fleasaiit hotuse party list F'ridtay evll-
('has. Seriloter'sSoiis fat-.uspitlub-
ilihti a volumlie ci Prineton Stories,
by T. IL. Witliatu.
(.I. .Diii, '93it M. S., professor (.f
Biology at Woohiligi,,oc StalelUniver-
oily, is visitig 1+".t. illier.
Thi. jitnitoiswill fc-I)( atiotillii
Ptersonal Prope'riy Thitrstdty at. 2
o'cloefk inthItolaw lfette rooim.
'TheGOh e ando itBajo eftibs tIill hoff
a inetioig this eveiting in rooiti 24, at
7 p. mi., for lii.eli ecioii of oltiteero.
M. B. Lottiselle, 'Jit, and '19(1 I,, left
Sundaty night for iris hiotie iniAtaln-
islee, tteeatise of the serious illness
of fis father
MilsAuto L. Riefhards, ':1leiics s-
eured the! positoit of itnstructor ini
inatieiiiaties atttat Port, Init., duritig
the cititiigyear.
Blmer B. Browni, formierly frofessor
of t'edtgogy torierind professor of
teilogy in ifte University of Call-
fornitis t visiting frienidsoin town.
Prof. D'Ooge gives.fits seconoine
lottr examination fit Greeik > next
Thursday. These two will taketho
place of the regular- sceduled final
examiniiationi.
M r. Dow will girea half hour
written qtui iz 'xl SMonday at S oclocko
on te fast three lectures of the coutrse
whtich have not been discussed itnte
quizi.sections.
Tfhe senior lit piectre will be takei
Wednesday, Tune. 12, at 6:30 p. mi.
en the gymanasium steps. The coin-
mcittee in charge desires all who have
caps and gowns to wear them.
The Deltra Upsilon fraternity givo
their annual Tune party last Friday
evNening About twentyS-five guests
were prescint., The chaperones were
Mirs. C. E. Greene, Mrs. A. A. Stanloy
and Mrs. M. E. Cooley.
The Adelphi elected the following
officers Sglurday night, to serve
through the' first semester of niext
year: President, F. A. Osborn; v.ice
president, W. H. Wilcox; secretary,
C. J1. Rice; riporter, J. J. Thomas.'

The Corneill botoustetund steamo
flaunchbo(10Lake(Cayugtgi ave bunuiod
B~y fur victory over Princtten .Sat-
ureday, Miile wonithIe intecreoff gitl
'uell(finial exainaittionin iiPtersonal
troperty for the juiortl laws wilf
to tot Thurtsiday t il telecture toomttii
2tt. in.
Saturdays gaimes resitli 1 to fol-
lows:Ytalie 9t trineetotn5: Norltwest-
i-it 11, Wisconsini5; tHarvartd 5, 1'. of
tenni. 3.
Tue sopthomoire mtedlical class 5-yostr-
dfay- fresenitied fr. 117. A. Camplflt
a fonilto('fisintg outiti, tisa token
of esteietiattitadiation-li, Priesidlett
Roconey iinl-.; theCit e r itliioti
fleeti oinlt, pattltof the elass.
'let ttittutalttack audflieldi tontest:
bietweeni the freshmtten til optlioto
wilt take plact te hi fitinoi,lt(;gitt-
ntig at 41 o'clock. Both '017a1111'98S
have tmuate tiore ltf 'tha oti salt umi-
b' of ent-leo, and mt ot f the iveitl
INtil te wilt lcontestedl. Thei' admissOi
pirice is twe-f'i--re centsc.
School of Mtusic Concerts.
'Te following is te scetdllof c11-
cres to he given at 111e School of
Music fbefore comnilneliet:
Tuesday, Jttne 11, 5bit. mi.-Puttils'
coticert.
Thtursday, Jttne. 13, S p. m.-Foaenity
concert
Wednesday, Jttne 1t, -:30 p. m.-Ie-
eliot of jptupils atnd vocalideptarttett
Thursday, Juite 20, 5 p. mi.=Closing
concert.
JUST A M OMENT, PLEASE.
Tue progressive and aggreseivo rail-
way in teflone of Inilercihaugleable
Mlage is te Ohio Central. Atnotig
the first to issue this hock it has at-
ways been the loader. It Itowx fub-
lishies 167 distitict systenms of titnispeur-
tation. Separated into divisional lines
as is done hy mny, it has 123 trans.
portation lines represented. A full
list will be mailed upon application to
any agent of te Ohio Central Lines.
MOULTON HOUK, G. P. A.,
Toledo, Ohio.
NOTICE TO FRATEINITIES.
The desirable dwelling. at 47 S.
Fourth ave. Is for sale on very reason-
able terms. If' contains all modern
conveniences and is first class in every
respect. ' Its location. mak~es. this resi-
dence very desirabte& as a chapter
house for. a fraiternity. For terms
ceh at 47 S. Fourth ave.

THE HAWK-EY , JR.,
11111 ceeom sot 01stilmfor 25ox1iandtiouaded
attd tic tdd i ot ado lyithI hilass Plates
can te tosedwtolltiny xtra X alttachmenits..
PRICE , $9
Ineludig Sislighit filto for 12 oeosures.
Sottd for Catalogue ideseribinlg altlttttds of
Casmecas aid Acceesorcies.
The Blair Camera Co.,
471 Tremiont St., Blotst, Mnas.
ICIE COL1WD
SODA WATER
-AT-
A. E. MUMMYERY'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN.
Ice Cream Soda, Virnors Ginger
Ale, and all popular drinks.
A. E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
Cur.1ouerttt Ave. sod vashington St.
U, OF M, FLAGS
25c Each.
WMV. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
CURATE RAILROAD TICKETS
to sit poists for tile by
ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET AGENCY,
3f E. Huron St-
fMember of Americana Ti-ktlBritter's Asso
Ciatioit. Atl'Transporta'tioniiit ar-
anteed. 'Tickets boiglit aidsoltd.
SchaIIers 8ookstore!
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington. St. Headquarters for
everything "a Student needs in the
line of Text- Books, Stationery and
MiscellaneO iS Stock in general.
-MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington St., one block
east of Main St.
4NiN l AR Co
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
HilghsGlos n d Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, NManager,
253 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE
Members if tGuarantee Tlcket:Seekers Ansi-
ciatin of U. S.
Cosby*& Ne~eon R.'R. Tickt Agencyt

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