THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
HILDEBRAND THE NEW TAILOR:
110 E.Washington St.
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WM. VOUGHT-WM. R. FOX,
THE GRAND LAUNDRY,
The best high grade laundry in the State. The
only machine doesetfinish in the West.
Olve finish also given. All work prostly,
neatly and carefully done.
The Excelsior Laundry Co,
Collars..... ...............1 Cent
Shirts........ ..................8 "
Either finish. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give
us a trial
Office 202 S. State St. Residence 610 Lawrence St.
New State Phone. 441.
" The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Efect Aug. 14, 1898.
Mal and Express ........ . 3 47 a.us.
N Y. & ostoa Special ....... 4 58
Fast Eastern.. ..43
Atlantic Eapres .....45. M.
Detroit Nicht Express........ 5 51
Grand Rapids Express .. 1110 "
Mal & Express. .... 9 18 A. M.
Boston, N. Y.& Chicagos. 13 "
Faa WesternE spress.. .13e s.
G.1R & Kul. Entres.........5 45
Chiags Nigs Rpress. 9 43 "
Pacific Ruoreas.............12 30OA. ss.
0. W RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Ag't. Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor
Taking Effect, Oct. 2, 1898.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
*12:40 P.M. 11:25 A. M.
4:5 P.9. 8:40r. M.
t9:05 A. M . +6:P. s.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
t These trains on Sundayonly and run be-
tween Toledo and Howell. All other trains
dally except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
-1. W. BENNETT, G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
Cars leave for Detroit at a quarter
after every hour, beginning at 7:15 a.
tel. and up to 11:15 p. m. For Ypsilanti
at a quarter before the hour up to 12:45
a. m. Cars leave corner Huron and
Main Sts. Tickets on sale at Brown's
To solicit subscriptions to the
A fine opportunity to earn some money.
G. M. STEPHENS, '99 L.
CORRECT AND STYLISH TAILORING.
We operate the finest tailoring trade in the city, and
equal any in the State.
We respectfully solicit your valued patronage.
All garments made by us kept pressed and in repair for
106 E. Huron. New State Phone 43.
Yesterdaq's Practice. All States Freshman Lato Caucus.
The 'Varsity was given some good The freshman laws yesterday held
hard practice yesterday afternoon, an all states caucus. The same mem-
althodgh it did not last as long as bers of the class had met before and
usual, as the Coaches were saving the nominated a number of candidates
men for today's game. Cunningham for president, and adjourned to con-
lined up at center again and it did sider the candidates. The purpose
the coaches good to see him tear up of the meeting yesterday was to select
the Scrubs line. Although tiot in one of these as the nominee of the
perfect condition as yet, he will line caucus, for president of the class.
up this afternoon. Caley's shoulder The candidates were Heap, Kerr,
is much better and permitted him to Lyons, Deiches, Gage, Newcombe,
line up and play his same old game. and Fedderson. On the first ballot
The men as a whole did well and the no one received a majority, but
improvement in their team is notice. Deiches had a good lead, and one of
able. Whitcomb's 45 yard run was the other candidates resigned in his
the feature of the practice. "Sill" favor. On the second ballot Deiches
Price was out in unform and showed increased his lead considerably, but
the ends how he used to do the busi- failed of a majority. At the same
ness in '94. time a very strong tide of support
Line up as follows: was felt to be flowing toward Kerr,
vAIOTY. SnoS. and it became evident that the nomi-
Cunningham, c . Overamith nation lay between these two, although
Brown....... I "-"-'c- - '' -- Kerr's vote was not materially in-
Dye...............r. g..........Kramer creased. Only three candidates now
Ialey. ...,r. .g..........Lehr remained in the race. At this junct.
McIonald,. ure Lyons withdrew in favor of Kerr
Avery 1. t.... -.-'Howell with an insinuation of dirty politics
Teetzel............r.e..........Ganshaw against other candidates. This at
Sennett.q. ..... ..1.-e.. .ico once raised a storm and the fight now
Whitcomb.. . ... . . .r. h.. . .... . . . .Mohr became very fierce between the sup-
Widman............1.h.........McLean porters of Kerr and Deiches. On
Weeks............f............Hannon the next ballot Kerr received 51
Notice to Dog Owners. votes and Deiches 40, giving Kerr
the nomination. Mr. Kerr is from
Ndoice is hereby given to all stu- Missouri. This now leaves two can-
deits owning or harborisg dogs, with- didates in the field for the class presi-
in the City of Ann Arbor, that there dency, Kerr, of Missouri, all-states,
ts an ordinance in this city imposing and Rockwell, of Pontiac, all-Michi-
4 license of $1.25 on male and $2.25 gall.
on female dogs, and unless the license
is paid, the dogs are subject to be . That Ann Arbor Music Co. on
empounded by the pound master or Washington St., are certainly up to
police officers of this city. date. They have all the latest music
GLEN V. MiLLs, City Clerk, as well as that of the standard com-
Office 208 4th ave., N. posers. off on nearly everything.
'Rentschler, the plhotographer.
lnt6rGo110eiat Bureau 01 fRGadCmIG 6OStumC.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
ALBANY, N. Y.
Cape, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
W. C. KERN, western mngr.,
Haskell Museum, Univ. of Cicago.
RANDA L L OA L Every kind. *
31 HM. STAE BLERt,
119 West Washington Street
State Phone 144. Both Phones, No. 108. Ann Arbor.
THE GREAT MANDOLIN ARTIST,
Mr. W. Eugene Page,
And also the
They are for sale at the
SHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
114 West Liberty Street, Ann Arbor.
0. M. MARTIN.,
Embalming a specialty. No. 200 Fourth
Ave. Amtbulanee night and day. Res-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
Alr 10 0 !
Wm. Arnold Leading
W. W. TUTTLE'S
338 So. State Street.
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
I 12 West Huron St.
State Phone 11,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
The Name tbe Guarantee.
Offieial ouatitteraso all the
leading cos>lege, scso and
athletic clut eams.
Spalding'n Official Inter-
collegiate Foot Ball
Usedexclusively by Yale, Princeton, lHarvard
Pennsylvania, Cornell and all other leading
colleges and universities. Managers should
write fopri ces and samtples beforenordorning
elsoeee. Spalding' sOicial Foot Ball uide,
edited Icy waiter Canmp. Ilecords. photo_
graphs of leading teams. 189- ules, w ut in
dex and explanatory notes. 100
A. G. SPALDING & BROS., New York, Chicago
At News Stand 607 E. William St,
Give me a trial. First class work and
F. J. SCHL EEDE,
340 S. State St.,
Cinds Books ton 2:5c. and upwards. and sells
Waterman Fountain Pens for $1.00 and up.
All Linen Paper, 4 lbs. for 50c.
Finest Stationery in the city at lowest price.
WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE.