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THE U. 01?.M. DAILY.

MJGHIOAN G NTAiL
Time Table (Revised) July 1 184
Mail andEx----405 Mail .- ..8 43
N. Y. Spcial..- 5 10 N. . Secial I O7x0
Eastern Ex----10 25 N. S. Limited.1 25
A. T. Paciic Es_.12 15
AtlanticEx .... 7 47 rP.
0. NExpress.... 540 Wesern Ex---1 5
. R. Express -11 05 Cli. Nt. Ex.-..10 25
G. R.Ex..-.... 55
0. W RiGLsoES, i. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt.. Chicag. At, Anti Abr.
T., A. A. & N. M. R .
Ta kinig effect Suiday Ag. 1, 184.
PTrains, leave Ann Aroisn et'rta Stand-
acrl time.
7:18 a.m. 17:5 a. m
12:25 P. m 11:0 itim.
4:15P. m. 9:0 P. i.
+Trinsrunbetweeii AitniArbor and'Poledo
otily.
All trains daly except Snday.
R. S. GREENWVOOD, Aget.
W. H1. BENNETT, G. P. A.,' oldo, .
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
T7. OF At. TA&ILOR.S
Latrst and test styles f Frigit and lo-
metle Wolns Firstla-s itndfirst classs
sork guaranteed. Cleaning, prsfatn td
tepairiig neatly done
4 S. tatenst. Second Floor, Ann A linr.
NANGSTRFERCATERER,
MAA
Big Four Route
BEST LINE TO
INDIANAPOLIS,.
LOUISVILLE,
and CINCINNATI.
ELEGANT
Through Sleeping Cars
BETWEEN
Petoskey, Louisville and
Cincinnati
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA
BIG + FOUR + ROUTE.
F. . ICCOEICK, D. B. MARTIN,
Passenger Traffic Mg;r. Gei. P. & T. Ag.
STUD[NTIS YS.. E $$
By buying yoc
WVOOID ANhTD 2OAT.
-OFC
. . KELLY, 33 E. Huron Steet.
Be sure and take tis ntice sitill
WM. R- FTTL.DEI
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Corer o State and Willim st,
SWiia-..St. entrace.
KT "" ID1Rl -e(31- a- -
Students Recreation Head-
quarters.
Ni. 3 N. Mii Steert.
THE ANN ARBOR SAINGS BANK
Anti Arbor,Iih. tapitl Stock, $0,0.00.
Srplu, >150,00.
Orgooned under tr Generi Iaiilg Lwss
f this State. Receives deposits, bys and
sels exkange on the prisiptl cities f the
i'nited States. Drafts cased pits propec
identification. Safety deposit oes to ret.
Orroenas: Christian Mack, Per.:.1.
lisrriman, Vice-Pes.; Cas. E. liscock,
lustier:2M. J. Fritz. A ssistant Csier.
S NARBOR
STEAM LAUNDRY C O.
1114I:s (A nd I)nestie Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 SOUTHJ FOUSRTH AVENUE:.

Much Ado About Nothing.
The most learned of tihe coml-
nentators on Shakespeare have agreed
in proniouncing this play to le one of
the most perfect creaions of hi gen-
ins. 11 is supposed to bxe one of the
later productions of the 1101t's pen.
anid there sensto10ehiniternlte vi-
denice in the fiiishi anti style of the
composition to warraint this asslumpl-
tion. There is niht, peraps, anlotelr
Of the lnnmerous platys of Sakeseare
that affords suchi atsiecial eximplle iof
his powers of interestitig 1a11 lidiene
biy dramatic incients anti beusty of
languiage, indleende'nt of tlot as is
affordeti in thils conedy. Te thief
agents iof the story riIHroi aiii
C'lasudio, yet how litli5w1.t1111k tf
these charactrs 115 compl~aredi wihitie
interist excited by tie wilr it wit
htweecn Beatrice 111n1 Benedick, ter
sonages, who are suordinat110 far
as the plot is concerned.'T' play-
hiolts its pacee upon 0tie stag(, 1as 0111
ifthe mlenost popullar of Sakseare's
coedtties.theleaditiing arts being ('Il-
iinenitly daptedl leedislying liie
higher order of. histrionic talent.
lewsstresss lie so swell eqipped as
Rhea tot portry the siritd Bea~trie,
wvho fasciats ini spit' of hiei'str-
casn, antiwhiose heoart-tis1f111 of 1tr1e
woitmanily tieing, notssihstlniding ttte
brilliant flashsof it s-w hih se ex-
tit-ist'satithIle ixpen~se itt Sittir Ilent'
dick. iBeatric's irepressible vvcilyi
finds a. responttsive' echiinIthe's :w-i
lt.echaractr lilttnetcotuldtli a hbeter
athiority forte lst ttn Johiti Rydter.
swhomiiiRhit'ttstitdiedlix' prt.
Mr. R'. S. Hitrgises tl admitirbleli
tie fit Dgerrits ill t stg' whot
'Tet'emindr oithelllctast is in isry
throtthltiteiresting11ptrformlantcexii
the resulti.
erdtSatuttrday evenings, Nov. andii :.
U. OF M. CALENDAR.
TPhurs., Nti. I,--'acty volii t
Fri_.Nuv. 2.--Metig ofthel'exc- i
ive' boatrd of the lOrator~icl ssoit-
tin, 1ro111121. 4 1. 11.
Slat, Nov.-. 8..-Meiig of Alpha Nit
literairyscity, roomtttM4.7:1011. it.
Grltntr's Aadtemty.
a1 Aidriai.
Pir.. Nov. .-Pltiicl Rquatliy chitb
mets at Nwbet:rry hatll. 3 p. i.
CS 't.,Nv..-'lit:ierytitmt ti'e
Sat., Ntiv. .--'Varsiy vs.orIniltttl :1
St., Novs., .-Seitir lawsoelectouh
ct-s, letuirc romllawsssbhsiltig
Sat.. Nov. 3--Junior lasss elect oIBi-
cec. lectti'ureiroom, lass bitiliig7:58
NOTICES.
A swritten examinailtioni for advticet
iredit in atsronomiy swilitt' held Sti-
rooml 22. Unisersity Ilal. Tetimn-
ials regarding advatced svork slionld
ito presented at that ime.
A. IHALL. JR.
IIRATORICAL AttOCIAtON.
Thlere' ssill e an imiportat meeting
of the executisi' oastdiof the Orator-

cal AssociationIitriday, Nov. 2, at described in a special article by Phlil
4 p. us., in room 24. All members of ing, of Princeton College.'Ito di
lie hoard are- expected lix he preenlt. vides the position tnder the follosing
.1. 11. QUATLES PreS. heads: Offensive position of quarter
INTER-CLASS FOOTBALL. hac, handling and passing the ball,
The scedule of inter-class fotball signalinlg, defense, offense and position
gtames is as folloss: of the quarter ack. Any one whlo is
Nov. 3-'97 lit vs. 's lit, ambitious to play quarter ack will
Nov. 8-'15 lasv vs. 'tIC law. rtaitly benefit by-reading this Irt'l-
Nos. 12-P5 lit vs.'9I6 lit. cle. Hal ack play is sritten by
Nov. 14-winner of Nov. S vs. Higb Lawrence T. Bliss, one of Yale's great-
School. est halthbicks. "Hlowvtii(v' Sig-
Nov. ill-Wiiner' of Nov.-'. 5o lyi" is ftlly treatetd, a11d1 an articli'
winnler of Nov. 12. tn :Trainini" Iootall latIyers" by
Nov. 19-Winlier of Nov. 14 vs. sin hti Lathrop, of Harard Colleg.The
tier of Nov. 11. ook is publishedl by thet Amerian
Any other classeswsihing tiorgn- Sorts Puiblishinlg to., 24 Broadway
ize teamus to comupete for chiamtpion amid swille set011 reeipt of tll
ship, send ssord as sooti as possible cetts lt ny aitress ii the Uniteti
atid places iii shedule will bi' clratu- States.
ii o lu. CHARLES I:lARD. MRS, ANNIE WARD OSTERS
REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUIATIOIN. Scool of Dancing and Delarte
All students expecting to graduate in Si iitudy 11:a. t.,Gettlemaiil o'iitnersehss
Sau::t t .1. mi., tutiylbgiitiee clas.
any given year must report to thie Mon:dy :5i . Ii., Avatnced Chriss Late'
registrar at the oening of the yeas aTs esdil:. t.'aBgii r tls Lil
and ascertain shat prescribed swork, if andl Gentle-mei.
Piaelusstoty appoittntmett.
any, is still lacking for the degee SC-HOOL,.. 46 S. STATE ST.
sought. DROP IN AND LOOK AT
. 1t. del'tINT.
FOOTBLL. .THE WHITELY EXERCISER.
The clasfootball games swil hi.It Ias iotqultiutside f aito mltgyn-
played early this year. M'nagrs aud nasilumfexer .5 cisigt tooughly Ill hima-
clis. 1t is noistelesstils slt-adustingrcc
captains are urged to get their men sisatce itt tfton 2 toe;i sIntditesci by le
ot at once.I aililg athletes f this-clty. All Ixtts titl-
antted toe twit yars.UCll oectlog'ues.,
CHARLES BAIR, Mgnr. ' stle Iy R. . BLOUNT. 14 N.
_________________ igls st., Ait Arotr.
BUSINESS LOCALS. e
(Noicesi itsi-cife. inttis coits:: l i t'-rte FRANL I
of1 Jt erino v et ratestfor HOUSE
timi. xand extaiesi huts itishltbty aplying _______I
'IIIR 'ERMISS At (IhANf.R'7. DETROIT, MICH-.
Begillning siith ihih firt lt0001, i swelleoreeleaing kome whe I
12 ses'o cnsttut is ellit cocono fr buines tr peasre, to deide upsnas
12 ees onsittea tri o lek~l knhtel and there by aid csottiion.
-- leaed tu hae yu stop at lhe old
Youl tall 101inlt'clsses this we'ek, 'Franklnliouar,' et. Laned
hnex 't' ek o tie tuy tIimetut'ihto-it- mel andBates Sun.,ewhere ou wilhaveirn ta l
mea an a lea te atmderat ites.
dllidli ioiyoursl'ft.hl.tos tGll~hxe, Th hounehas eenreated frmt,,,7" t
i'riilpxh Aitiobotnm, and instsIlin st-lss mosd :..
PicplAuhrofthe XWalt x- Respectfully,
iFOUNsD. Metas, 5c. Lodgingu.,2
rer Day1, 1..oR
A .simum itt]Hioney7, Satturday .Ain,1111
s. it siill be riturnedi ito sswner by * ,seanp~stiai ......Wvwwiv5ii~~iw~iin~t.w
slrisoiig llaluii, 48 5. 1 nis-esiy -1VBTER'$
inn'. INTERNATIONAL $
Sirs. .unnie. NAad lh-'scl htssis N1Mnf.-xCtO7N7,RYlt
tihlhldei' ii Daning and D1)5'ht'l' xuraim. cemorofcte
Sxtrdu-.Nis .yps-ihcltll'A Dictionary o
11e110Iltorormr pupilsls.''riii-12 flis,
sethrtue essonsIto wseek, $,9ixGegrph
mhittii s; payabth m lei id na .I'm -Fction, Ec.
eati'lessonsulb} 'illhoitit wi'll. XV i A Grand Edatorc
eIs-' ei toiithos' wshoting lii fit- Areast ut hieimesYY
A Lirary in lstt'
privasti' classes.Offices'at School, 4s.6.2.Sie
S.Stti' t., oppolsite.'LIN,'biinhiig. sutolesf.itheittS
spemeiout,it :
It you smoke Cigar, boy thu besti Iommend ittoll::11
hiOSCOE CONKiLING is this brahut. tp ne Great Standad Athrit.
When Putled byt
X~unyoti sant a 1good igar tl: ....cMsRRnnAGO,Srnissetxrfs.t,.?.
et the ROSCOi2 CONKINi. hrusntxfblnehpseles. 5nto:u_.
F 7ea ufrfree prosypets.x elc~ix
Tho best in everything always grive:s-m,-
the greatest satisfaction,.The RtiSCO.
CONKiLING Cigars are the best and
cost no more thani interior birands Ty hem = lo
Don't foget to subsri b oPit.he
Da iy. ICU OP
istto dy i~hlgs a book A~thatswil thi - jG $ ARE THE BEST.
tainy prve vluabe toa~uyone I- CIGARETTE SMOKERS wox ae wi-!
tereste dinm football. It is aleid "Iow lg In pay a Btte mre tian te price
t 'lay F-ootball." Wtater C ImBhas charged for the ordinary tradCigretes,
1 021 Wil dTHIS BRAND uperir to alles.
situxiusustmugseleh' escibiugjelt The Richnd JStraight Ct Ni
'hosva ateamuolnd philysu motiiiNO
diuties of eachi indis-idsual mamun out the CIARE3TTES3
teamt. As Mr. Cammp ha~s had a great arc made frem te brightest. ms delcae
1 ~in Slavor, and highet cost GOLD LEAF
tieal ttt do wvithm the forumautioni of the grownin Virginia.
ne'wv 'ules, his article should prove BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. and nbserve
ighly instructive. A diagramn is pot- tha he name o the manufacurera as
lisped showing the formiationh of both bels onctvery package.
teams at the kick-off, accordig to ir. Ti56K& GIKT ^e~:su,4 {cAa c
.1Camp's theory. Quarter buck play ihe _________________________________l

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