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June 15, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-06-15

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THlE U. OF M. DAILY.

A3,ISPALDING&BR S1 TheAT TDet f V +
Athletic e. Sacepliey).fol Young
1 BASEBALL, LAWN TEN NIS, H r ig . ic±yoles!to dsrbt
G OLF. ciT rtooooo tmnu in palt pyment forhigh grad Ac me~tO
ELLIPTIC R G arl . s owo one utiol the bicycle avsapoes00
th aoe inoto, afi otoodoftc tohR Young Ladies same terts.
tanotormsoforoAlliSpurts.ltitheyhmustobetwet, recom-
W. P. DISTLTER, tened N it orptcularsi.ct
"IDTE SPALDNG BICYCLES-Th aly ~ACYIE CYCLT COrIPANY,
TH EDRFOR 1895. ,.I ot Jnfy'i ll bieo eli " ed 1coo. El IA ID
I ANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
SENT FREE.
NIEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA,
M1OOPIE & WETNMORE

A New Camera!
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'6 S. Main st. and State it., car-
noer of William st., have
foil linies of
BASE BALL AND TENNIS GOODS
AND HAMMOCKS

Y, - ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL NIGH GRADES.
a , otariotiet ui or o'nyBy.clbi tt Ifie 0Wo ti, r'-ad o f priactttte.
(, sf Po otbe nd c e t pa m re on y totforti4 teroo'c i1t i >>on o
itottotti' teCVav ly cuit ndg a td y thIndiooitoian icycle 'o.,
taI io dlrc on cwos 0odisa .oto asciti.
21 lb, SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.
i ~ H J.BROWN, Exclusive Agt.

Gift Books for Commencement.

0--131,"OrSaDICTA

Call and see us before purchasing. VJANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of cloth perot. He buyts
-it enormous disctoints. Y'oua boy of himn and yon avoil the proits of
G. ,, ,..- the wholesaoler, thte jobber, tile middleman. 500 saniples. tiip-to-
tlate tailorin g. Fit gotaranteeti. Siwell Suits $18.
THE LEADING TAILOR 3R WSRE
and Importer. has received the ''~>I 0h SAD TT
largest and most selecE stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS 13-IO'\AL'TO iCONOIV IZKEX
fore Spring and Sumrmer of '95 in Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down.
the city, and would be pleased Eat Tomatoes.
to have you call and examine 3 Pounds Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
the same. 3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 cents per dozen.
FullDres Sits Spciaty.3 Pounds Riverside, 95 cents per doeen.
FullDres Sits Spciaty.All good Fresh Goods.
E. Washington st.. near Main. DFALN 8& COM PANY
_______________________ 44 South Main Street.
SW E A T E R S UNIVERSITY NOTES. Iclass otfi1901 will btc.iir loo necub-
For Men and Boys, 'Theototinon :r school begins July 5N. IThe .oliange in 0 Itraace requoirec
.a lns Franik Craiwford, basball captain mnuos for the law depoorticoot which
HARND II LAMBS for '9:3, is ill town.i I r'has tbeeni ircoo,(l its cuciiiioi with
' 0 'Catsaliani ikeytpoethe thre yours ccurs-, will notot
WOO L S [ ~ a finaiocial suiccessc. into effect utnil thec fall of "6i 'hue

TEE HI 1T7 °.YF.,QJR.,
S iI 0cc itr(11t ii c >i c ,tttttctis l(IV(]
lcu clit oll tt yitm tor 1°: ixposuret
Stt toor ( 0 ta its cootscribtitinds00of
Camtoeras andtiAcc oriCa.
The Blair Camera Co.,
-AT--
A. B. MUMMERY'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN.
Ice Cream Soda, 'Vernor's Ginger
Ate, and all popular drinks.
A. E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STOKE,
Ccr. IFourthi Ave. and Washisgtoni St.-.
WM. ARN1OLD'S, Jeweler.
CUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
to ali points fcr saic by
ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET AGENCY,
33 5E. HuaronSt5-
Member of Americas Ti-bet Broikers Asao
ciatios. AllT iransportationi .it .r-
anered. Tickeis bought and sold.
SchaIIers Bookstore!,
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text Books, Stationery and
Miscellanso is Stock in general

Sexton's cotraceiwith the Botoni

in black, navy, white,
garnet anti gray,
for Boys, tsp to 32
inch sizes,
$1.50;
Fo en, all sizes,
,Strawbridge & Clothier;
PI-IIL.ADELPHIA.
Ten is oing at the following prices:
Camapbell-------------$5 F.25
Sear's Special---------4.00
Country Club----------- 3.50
Slocuin Oval----------- 4.25
Slocum Tournament---- 4.25
------------3.25
Sloum r.---------2.50
-AT--
taehuilC .'

Lo, aguetoegitos todaoy.
tI. 3'. Hubter, 'lie t, 5
Chicago lawoffoticecthis,
trot. Thiomas sols for
lis family about thoc nid('
Miss G trrntl Vrotiil
burg;, is the guest at
Bunter, 'l96.
irs. Aiigell's lawn pars
mian's League is tram4
this afternoon'.
The junior laws co
wvork otn Titorstiny, itood
have goetiotie.
Mr. D. 1F. Luteno will
at .sottieof Itie stotioer
not leaviiig to te ctp
P'urdue until early in Scq
'te'96 baseball tonic
toore taken Thursday ati
omen took an itifortual t
tain, but nothing definit(
Itttasttucl aisathe nec
have not been raised for
Gysnnasiutn, the can(
train an unknowtt fries
for a swimntgittbuit
teited.
There is sotne mis'
ever the resolution toa
LJ. degree,. The resolutio.
into efet for two years

ill -ivork ito a
SU1ooiti0or.
Europe; iwith
lie of Autoo.
ii, of Ticks-
Misc Mlarion
by to thu ey -
Its 6I o'clock

thiree yours' cctirse. sill, liaw(--cr, be
giii next foul.
T'onty Club has electied the follcwing
omeoers for ba~et year: P'reidieoit, WV.
D. Harrimoan, vicaelpresident, Misc
Cliloltta Bcdhlis; -csectary. H. T.
tiuber; assistant seereItry. H. E. Sat-
ford; treacureur, t're'd Eigleltart; lot
assistatnt, C. E. Skiincer; 2d tassistant,
R. S. Danforthi.

JUST A MIOMENT, PLEASE.
otpleted l-ic . The progressive anti ag ress-ive rail-
mtosct ofth11101way ino telite of Inteirchaoneabtle

1LStll i ilage is' he1 OhioCeti.r1.1Ainoo
[ihave charge the first to issue this botk it has Aii- Miaei h-hoCnrl mn MARTIN SCRALLER,
acheol classes:, ways been thc. leadcr. It now pub-T D t iNBOSLE'I WNhiwoka lses7dsintytmsftrsp-
pcuOlber. tation. Separated into divisional lines 19 E. Washington st., one block
1had its Pie- as is done by imaity, it has 123 trans- east of Main st.
'ternooti. Thte portation litnes representedA. A. full
allot for cap- list will be mailed upon application to ' q MTMT - 30
.was done. any agent of the Ohio Central Lines.
ssary funds MOULTON HOUR. G. P. A., STEAM L .UNDRY.Co.
tes W oman's Toledo, Ohio. High Class and Dsmsstle Finish.
titionat oiler EVERY DAY E. S. SERVIS%, Manager,
ud, of X1,000 Excursion ,rates hto the Virginias anid 23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE
will be for- the Southeast are in effecl.upon the_________________
Ohio Central tines; through trains Members of Guarantee Ticket Brokers' Asso-
understanding daily between Toledo and Charleston, ciatian of U. s.
boliab the B._ W. Vs., via Columbus. Tis is the Cosby & Meceon R. R. Ticket Agency
n ders not go shortest 'and most diredct route. Con- 5B Adama at., Chlrsro. Reduced rates to all
aso that ib ant agents 0. C. Lines.: 133 pont. Halo t.h AnnArbor Michgan .8

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