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April 01, 1895 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MICHIGAN GCENTRA
Time Table (Revised) Nov. 18, 1894.
Malland Ex ..1.350 Mail-______8 43
N. Y. Special.... 5 15 N. Y. Special.... 7 30
Eastern Ex-...10 15 N. S. Limited.... 9 25
A. M. Pacific Ex--_12 15
Atlantic En.__7 47 P. M
D. N. Express.... 5 40 Western Ex . i l1
G. it. Express .11 05 Chi. Nt. Es. 10 25
GREx......5 57
0. W. RtUGGLES, H. W. HAYE,
G. P. & T, Agi., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor.
T., A. A. & N. M. RY.
Taking effect Sunday, Aog. 1, 1804.
Trains leave Ann Arbosr o Central Stand-
ard time.
xOnRsv. SOUTH.
7:18 a. m. -7:15 a. m
-12:25 p. mn, I:30a. m
4:15 p. m. 0:00 p. Lo.
*Trains ran between Ann Arbor and Toledo
no Zy trains daily except Sunday.
R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. 11. BENNETT 1. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARDOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress si., 7:00, 9:00
and 11:00a, in.; 12:41, 2:15,5:00, 0:45, 9:00 and
10:30 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:30, 9:30 antd
11:30 a. in.; 1:15,2:45,5:30,7:15,9:30 and 11:00p.m.
SUNDAY TIMIE,
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress. t., I:30,38:30,
5:00, 0:30 ad 9:00 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00, 4:00, 5:30,
7:00 and 0:50 p. m.
Cacs ran on city time. Fare: sisgle trip 5
cents; round trip tickets 25 cents.
,WM. F. PARKER, Supt.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
For Everything and Everybody.
COUSINS & HALL, HIIIi2 Te ~Unsi, e,
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
la. OF IA. TAILOR.S
Our Spring and Sunmmer Woolene
are now on sale. Prices Low.
Call and see us.
48 S. seate st., Sercosd Fleer, Ann Arbor.
22 Years in the Buiness ,-'VM9ยง.
CITY LAUNDRY,
M8. M5. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING !
Cleaning, Premsing and Repairing
done neatly by
AUG(. sCHOENEWALn,,. 26.E. Washingtons
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY !
20 EAST HURON STREET.
Goad Work Guaranteed. Goody called for
and delivered. A. F. CQVEB:T, Yrep.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladles' and Gents' Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
3 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBOR.
Members of Guarantee Ticket Brokers' Amso
ciation of U. S.
Conby & Nelteon R. R. Ticket Agency
50Adams nt., Chicago. Reduced rates to all
points. Branch The Kindergarten No.0
N. Mlain nt. Ann Arbor Michigan.
$255.00 for a 51 Days Euro.
pean Tour.
' We are organizing a select early for a sum-
mer tour to Europe. leaving New York, June
22nd, for London, Antwerp, Brussels, Cologne,
Coblente, Frankfort, Beidelberg, Slransherg,
Baden-Bden, Paris and Dieppe, relurning,
nailing from London August 2nd. The party
will be conducted by and under the persnal
charge of Me. OTTO ENOWESNxof Columbus,
well known an one of the first musical in-
structors of America. aned a genial gentleman
of large experience In travel. Each puron
will haven P erth In a large promenade deck
stateroom, and the ships seleced are new
8,401 toe twin screw steamers, provided with
electric lights and steam bet. Complee
itinerary and information mailed on receipt
of self-addressed stanmpod envelope. 120.00
pays evert expense of Sights, travel and
hotels. Full information and itinerary
mailed on receipt of self-addressed envelope.
Msention this paper.
WARD BROTHERS,.
fGe., Tourist and SteamehlpAgts.,
172 N.-High nat.,
(Losw rates evervebere. Columusn Ohio.

Resolutions. V BUSINESS LOCALS.
At tils ietilig of Oihe'ti'isiin l.0 "1' 51' 111,1'.\GlT ACA'ION."
scioisif t-hie'All fca ('lii O'si hie . (I1.Slring Vciiion,
society ih:liti o tlith 1in1sf., the h7s'.. A. & N. .AI.wll 1:1:11atro
followilig r:'o::isiions 5wereiladoptedl;: of sne and one-thlirdlfill.:.for liit01r1111
Amlerieani 8 h:.sieal sot):ty ldeplores .senaion:ioflprbiper ceriiates.
'lls loss whlichi it ii4isusiffai':ilbtiroughi Tikets tlbe -sol Atril 11h, 131i
tthhe f n olo i 11'(f itSsoternest 11111113. 2Liiedtos reltrn lit li
youingeIr memllbers, Mlr. AV.IG. Wallacethaii Apiil 23rd, 1S5.
which sceurt :1 at (incilnati, 'Saireli t12. .G.2RNIWOOT, Agt.
Reoled 1 ha8 te3.ctonlipesss iV i yu by Capet adaichllCu(ti,-
Riesolvedt,liitii thuIxrseO0l
the isfamiily of talei)'Ir. 'slaee , 115 lkeep3yurlieye 5on te ies: il an
itsdee sypaty wth ~wit i thm hs fut. BH oly ehini~ig B)till'
suddl~etbeb:r::av:'sl 11. priceslo f tlvlprIeseittimsoaid a qual1-
iy' that 1w1ill ove well fothtie futulre.
'wiilstol frietndsof IlliIillt'. i'P) lt'liilaci Oi ou'itiwill have 1o
ree1' MARTIN IALLIt.
Aiin .Arbori'says o f him: "oivIditbioIl,
O a ilsa iy thtli ngt hei3111-Isnlg 'r MEDIClAL STUDEN'TS.
membrs n onewas o20 o '11111twi 01be oilyo011' idvantallge o cll
tllliilie 33' ll~l~li111 250 anfd1O siee.1thiii sedicailceses thtsl t
friernlas well as a 1fellow'chemist." ArgusBokbindei'ylre plttingip~11
___________ nsw. f
Ifnlo, w11hy lnot 1111y your furali- 2Isveo:-sihlan agoo Inumbiler (f
Oir'now when:l1 Marin bHaller' offers boo1k ases ranig ipi 31c frint $s
it at 25 per ceut 1:-s iIorder to makelo 0$9.15. neil-Id h 15501 ery iiuceh
rooin. MARTIN IALL. 11 1 ndrltlerl thanlito ary tillmlio01r 0
Losst, lb pair of 011155'oin a blacek i llie2 e r' ct olithe11m tr
caes i University hal Tulrsdaly rash. A god Ilillee forstuiiieiits.
iightf. Finder pleasc leavie at sewo- SIAIO_ TA IALLEiO.
ard'sosfies .0Lsf.-ewen Fiftli avis alltd n
I'I'ti vesity hal, wrathi booch, enailltl
'1T aI B Id pars. iult leIias returntos
If you1 ieeidafoling bed, rein:mbrt
I lhave 1a splndlidline1110of 511-illfromi
$0 11111111as owe s .$8,telt:111ei
garanteedl aswlIll 10the 11gbOprietd
/-7one.sl's M3A tl''N IALiE.121
i % "I. 0. . F
Odd11 Olotrlodgeis 111are iii:iite 'rto ir
tend11their " gllill meetig of1)stniig
Theoly wheel iin thceniarket wbich oo
hlvd up 011 lts last year's picr. lwby') H- Lodge, No. 21,Testay eveiiiig,
'Museoever'y:oeIoI thile cno becsold at thatA rl- lli' 5roilll:er'
price andO they are' wothiit. l'loe cll and Ari--.Th isldg10)1 .Ue] C
ilipet sly lie Oildsee thI'emany dc ided lIlioley'o groel'ry, col.r l 1o12r1'lli 11v.
improvemen;et: ot lber so clled ligegcade
wheels. ee thie Ellilptic. ria:k. 1.111 Ioroiis" psO. 0ie this" ('0o1
W. P. DISTLER, lors.t.
31 N. Uniertbylave I 11111' 11a1115specil l ealrtionifor
- ,.. ~~akigat- 1of osprig trade 017- 1r1a' of
I bosk elsesare 00111 23 per cento ts
A9SI ARITIN IAI ;,t, 2 . 3'Sabi.
SRlINtG WOOLENS.
Mr. A. I .1lo-,of te G0110:11 ale,
DetritwlO ill b:' at Ote('Colikihose
A NEFW LINK CUFF I T'usday. Aril 2.111011a. comltel line
of Ospriglitinigs.

THE MARCH BICYCLES.
21 POUND ROADSTER. 18 POUND RACER.
Mainfactureed by the
MARCH-DAVIS CYCLE CO.,
300 N. Clintoas St.. Chiago,,11.
3 bl'jA
3AND Magnifitb-'dng;ter te5be=; Ir
'aie.nTse radite reducet io buse clal
- gFor Caalogue ddrs
ecR Aee~
CHANGES PROPOSO'20
Amendments to hs Corist~itton oi
the U. of M. Independent As'.
At hs annusal mIeI-g of hs j. o
M. Inidependent asooiaion April %,
this followilg llnenineO:ils'o the con-i
stitution of Sle assoiaion will be preo,
plosed:
() Substtlihe hsword "satoiiens"
for "In3depeolens" in Section 1 of
A3rtici:- II.
(2r) 'hange Section 2v of Aricl 11
01o as o treadl110follio-s: '"Tile edi-
tors shlal bhe apportiond is follows-
Toil o tile lieiary deptartmt~l, five
01o l la111'dpartiien, two13to the
meic:IIa Ideprt'mentulandionesloto each
of this 11111r (1 p~ir.Ueiito re'preted~ll
,ini this issiat~iionOby at leasAteb'Su).
scribers.
() Chiang Section C of Article 11
ts read s follows: The oficer of
lbs editorial oard shall consit of a
manilaging editor and such assistats,
includinig a businesslmanager, as toQ
bord nmay letfrisnu00Bmber upon
hs reonllenbkihtion of the nanag-
1110ecitior.
Add th'y following section to Article
fl: NSetin If--f in thelopiniot of
Illsemanaging editor a foregoing se.
tion of this article inerfers with'
thel practical ciwlnageent of tes
paper the boid may temporarily
ehangesusch section by ia thre-fourth5
vots opon hio reominendtin
(4) Siibsitutcthie folovig fo.
Article III:
Section 1.-T'he members of the ed-
toili bord of hs0U. of M. Dily
siihl be chosen iii lbs rato of four.
Independents to o00enmember of a
fraternity or sorority.
Section .-Any membier of ths ed-
torial board not an Indpendent shall.
be eligible to soy office of the board,
except that of mainagig editor, wo,
nhal he so Indepeniden.
Section 3.-Any Indepndent .whnl,
her of the honed of editors Joining 4
frsaternity thereby forfeits his pd-,
tion en the bord.
Strike out the second by-law, whib,
is incorporated In the propoed See.
tion 3 of Article III.

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