THE U. OF M. DAILY.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINO BICYCLES-~
THE LEADER FOR 1895.
.ANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
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 OF-
Gift Books for Commencement.
Ball 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
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
E. Washington st. near Main.
For Men and Boys,
HM KI LAMB'S
in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray,
for Boys, up to 32
For Men, all sizes,
Strawbridge & Clothier
Going at the following prices:
Slocum Tournament--.. 4.25
Sheehan & Co.'s
ARE THE HIGHEST Of ALL HIGH GRADES.
Warranted superior to any Bicycle built in the world, regardless of price.
Do not be induced to pay more money for an inferior wheel. Insist on
t./ has-leg the WaverIcy. Built ad gusneesd by thc Indiana Bicycle Co.,
a millio ndoll arconcern s hose bond isas good as gold.
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.
H. 3. BROWN, Exclusive Agt.
WANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of cloth per day. He buys
at enormous discounts. You ltuy of him and you avoid the profits of
the wholesaler, the jobber, the middleman. 500 samples. Up-to-
date tailoring. Fit guaranteed. Swell Stits $18.
WA .3& . CL3 TN
WILSEY'S OLD STAND. STATE STREET
For low party rates to Iowa If you are going West or
points and the Northwest see Southwest see C. H. Lingen-
S. L. F. Reece, No. 40 Kings- felter, No. 374 S. Division st.,
ley St., who is making up a and arrange to join his party.
party to leave about Com- Low rates and special accom-
mencement Day. modations.
HOWI TO ECONOMIZE.
Flour is going up. Tomatoes are going down.
3 Pounds'Greenwood, 75 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Peninsular, 85 cents per dozen.
3 Pounds Riverside, 95 cents per dozen.
All good Fresh Goods.
-8PL3S & COMPANY
44 South Main Street.
eec 6$4 uradretse-
metis part ameal roa lga rade Acme
bicyle, aion we ied tem oe approa. No
work don unlhe icyleoariive andpoves
Young Ladies es*eeorm?"
If borser gisre apley mustbe welreOm-
ACME CYCLE COnPANY,
The only wheel ini the market which has
been held up to it. last year's prices. Fitted
with the Ide Elliptic Spring crank.
THE F. F. IDE MFG. CO.,
A. E. MUMMERY'S.
NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAIN,
Ice Cream Soda, Vernor's Ginger
Ale, and all popular drinks.
A. E MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
cor. FourthAve. andWashington St.
U. OF M. FLAGS
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
CUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
to all pointsforsaleby
ANN ARBOR R, R. TICKET AGENCY,
33 E. Huron St-
Membero American Tiket Broker's Asso
citioi. All Transporatiosl near-
aed. Tices oa itad sold.
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneo As Stock in general.
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington St., one block
east of Main 8t.
STEAM LAUNRY 00.
High loss and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 SOUTH FOURIEH AVENUE
Members of Guaranee Ticket Brokersr Asoe-
claton of U.'S.
Cosby & McKeonI . I.Tickt Agency
50 Adems s dChico. Rc ioal
N.Mail St. AnnAror IhLia.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. I
llreAident Angell will address the l
ineeting of the seniors Saturday ilornF-
ing at 10 o'clock.
Mr. T. Diekhoff, instructor in (er-
man, has gane to Denver, Colo., to aT
tend the national teachers' convention.
ltcnry Walker, '93, who is atteiding
the Andover Theological Seminary, re-
turned to his home in Ann Arbor,
Ti annual S. C. k. al11 mi leeling
will be held Aluniiia vt. nist Wil
nesday, in Newb.rry Hall. and will
be led by Rev. .i. t. ticlslo.
C. W. Sencenaugh has returnetl
from Chicago, where tie has a posi-
tion in one of the leading banks, to
take his degree with '5 next waeIt.
The Constitution of the Athletic as-
sociation and By-Laws of the Board
of Directors have been prnted in book
form and members may obtain them
upon application to Treasurer Hughes.
JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE.
The progressive and aggressive rail-
way in the lie of Interchangeable'
Milage is the Ohio Central. Among
the first to issue this book it has al-
ways been the leader. It now pub-
lishes 67d istinct systems of transpor-
tation. Separated into divisiona1 lines
as is done by many, it has 123 trans-
portation lines represented. A full
list will be mailed upon application to
any agent of the Ohio Central Lines.
MOULTON HOUK G. P. A.,
Law library and moderate practice,
for sale. Reasonable price. Health,
cause. This is the most promising lo-
cation in the country today. Address
Attorney, 606 American Bank Bldg.,
Kansas City Mo.
Excursion rates to the Virginias and
the Southeast are it effect upon the
Ohio Central lines; through .trains
daily between Tolede and Charleston,
W. Va., via Columbus. This is the
shortest and most direct route. Con-
sult agents O. C. Lines. 33
We want to buy stamp collections
and will pay cash for the same on
receipt if price asked is satisfactory.
Collections should be sent by regis.
tered mail or express with letter nam-
ing price under separate cover. We
send superior approval sheets to re
W. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
Itave you seen the Univi rsity arms
-Miinerva pointing the way to fatte-
done in blue and gold at Walton's, 52
State st.? Don't fail to get them, and
while there buy the arms of th
United States, the prettiest pair on
PRETTIEST ARMS ON EARTH.
She-Wihy,, the U. of 11. arms, of
course, at Walton's, 52 State st.
We have the celebrated Swan Linen
paper and envelopes to match.
Lost, on Washington or State, be-
tween Hangsterfer's and Monroe, a
black feather boa. Liberal reward for
its return to mt1Monroe st. 184
It is rumored that ex-Captain Hirck-
ey, of Yale, will enter the Cornell
law school next fall end play football