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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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MI. INGNRI ORETADSTYLISH TAILORING.
CENTRAL STANI)ARD TIME.
Taking Elffect Aug. 14, 1898.
Weoae the finest tailoring trade in the city, and
GOING EASToprat
Mail and Express .. .......3 47*Mm. eula nteSae
N. Y. & Boston Special ....... 4 58 eqa"n nteSae
Past Eastern...............9 43 " W epcflyslctyu audptoae
Atlantic Exprecss.. .7 45 A. X. W epcflyslctyu audptoae
GrandDit Rapids Expressas.... ........... il 10 All garaments madte byusep pressed and in reairfor
DroniptEpeo s"et1 '~ o
BoatilnEspreos. 50180.sWESe. ..... 8A .one year.
. ... 010 A.M.
Boston. NY. &Chicago ........813"
Fast western Express........ 1 31 sP. M.'
0.. & al. ItErss.......54 hcg ihxress ......... 3 106 .Hrn New State Phone 43.
Pacific Express.............12 30 A. M._____________________________________
0. W. RUGGOLES, H. W. HAYES,
0. P. & T. Ag't. Chicago. Ac't Ann Arbor Mr. Brush's Discovery. John W. Woodruff, '00 M. E. suc-
It is of especial interest to Michi- cessfully passed during tho oummer
gan that "the feotnres of this year's the entrance examinations to the
.1 metig o th Assciaionof ci-United Stales Naval Academy at
Sc-ence", as it was phrased hy the Annapolis and is at that institution
~.. R ~r~ - Boston Transcript and other nests- this year.
papers,wath decito ofil Recent appointments as assistants
TIME TABLE new gas "letherion", found in the in the chemical department of the
Taking Effect, Msay 7, 0898. atmosphere hy Charles P. Brush of University of Michigan are the fol-
Trains meace Ann Arbor by Central Stand. Cleveland, and presented hy him in lowing: Carl Sundstrom, B. S. '99,
and Tine. a preliminary paper. Mr. Brush is qalitative chmitr P rank S. Baclo-
NORTH SOUTB a chemical graduate of the Univer- elder, B. S. '99, zoology; Ralph H.
0:43 A. N. *57:30 A. M. sity, class of 1868. He has with- Page, B. S. (chemistry) '99, general
" 241P. M. 1:45 . ed his discovery, wihh ok
41:5 .n. 11:401. M. hlwhc eok chemistry; John Lcefhler, B. L. '00,
19:05 An. +8:05 P. M. upon as0a new field in natnre rather hotany.
*Run betwen Aann Arbor and Toledo only. than a nest element in the air, for a
tween Toledo and Howell Aly ottern trains year adahl, and is very iiodest Mr. Shirley W. Smith o±, the class
eradahldaily except Sunday. ahout it now. "1However", he says, of '97, has heen oppointed instructor
E. S. GILMORE, Agent. "now is the hest tim tobigfrinE lshotaehepcefM.
R. W. BENNETT. , . .A. n et rngfr EgalsH.toGake thohsplacepeMr
______________________ward theories ahout the discovery, CialsH ry, whohsacpte
while we have so fest facts to hanmper an instructorship in Oherlin College.
ciS." Mr. N. K. Mclnnis is assistant in
rhetoric in place of Miss Louise
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR- Course 221. Bacorn, now assistant iii the Eiiglish
BOR RAILWAY. French Literature of the Sixteenth department of Vassar College.
-Cenutry. Students who wish to Tne Kappa Kappa Gamma Soror-
Cars leave for Detroit at a quarter take this course will meet on Tues. ity is athoetiyart55 Mon-
after every hour, heginning at 7:15 a. day at 3 o'clock to arrange for an- roestret. i erat55Mn
m, and up to 11:15 p. m. For Ypsilanti otheroour.tRoeitJ
at a quarter before the hour up to 12:45 HUGO P. THIEMIE. LoST-A porkethook containing a
a. m. Cars leave corner William and _________ $50 check, $5 anid $1 hill, Athletic
Main Sts. 'Tickets on sale at Brown's- Rohert Whitten, '96, who cap. Ass'n ticket and Univ. ducs receipt.
Drug Store. tured scholarships to Coliuhbia and Resward. Return to DAILY office or
Harvard froml Chicago University, Phi Kappa Psi house.
is nosy Legislative Lihrarian of the IJtittner of last year's foothall team
-- State of New York in the State Capi- is captain of the foothall team3 of Co.
THE.. tal at Alhaiiy. He won out in a A, Thirty-first Michigan, nosy at
KINDERGARTEN field of comrpetitors in the civil ser- Knoxville, Teiii., and is plantiiig Onl
vice examinatio,havin an excellent teaii, as there are
CIGAR STORE Miss Helen Bently is the nest manly college mien ill that company.
C(rrEc er c:75) brandsof .Tlocco, 50 1:rand:s of assistant ill the Women's gm thisv
Cis:- :rs nd1:301:rndsof Curtse. A ci:ancecgi Those Music Co. peole on Wash-
Oi iPip: e free ich eey pur:cha se. year. Miss Snyder still continule her iiigtois St., scern to kmiow whlat tihe
st .H RO T ork in tile MedicalDeatnt people wvant. They have everyting
- -- How is this? Cover glalsses at 50c latest. Prices way downP1. Tilink of
U. of 14. Shaving Parlors and Bath Roomas per ounce at Eberhacis &, Soin'. 8 a tsvo step macked 50c. for 21c. 8
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.

P IA NOS TO RENIff
and all Musical Supplies at
LOWEST RATES
SHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
114 West Liberty Street, Ann Arbor.
Only 3 doors from Main Street.
0. M. MARTIN,
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a pcialty. No. 200 Fourth
Ave. Ambulance night and day. e-
idencs 302 Fifth Ave.
'Nihiw " 'PIllS
Win. AnoldJeweler
GET YOUR
LUNCHES
AT
W. W. TUTTLE'S
3:38 So. Sate Street.
OUR PHOTOS
..ARE...
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
THE
Berryman Studio
1 I12 West Huron St.
Stae Phaner110,
A. G. SPALDING 8& BROS.
The Nme1the Garante.
FOOT BALL
O11:cia1 outitera to all the
+ ledng ,college, scool and
ahleltc club tams:.
Spalding's Official Inter-
collegiate Foot Ball
used exclusicely by Yale. Prnctcon, iHarsard
Po:scy lsamuia. Crel and all otler leadi-
colleges and universitis. Manaers shol
rito for pricecs ndsam:ples beor ordering
elsewhere. Spadiga Ofiial Fnot Ball Guid,
edited iby Wasle Cmp. Reord. poto-
groins cr1 leadng teams. 18:8 rles, sit:;in-
dex and eplnatory nte:ts, too.
A. G. SPALDINGI & BROS., Nwt Yrk, Chiaga
Al Newo Stand, 601 E. William St.
Give me a trial. First clas work and
prompt service.
PAUL MEYER.
F. J. SCHLEEDE,
240 . StatSts.,
Binds Bnks fnr 25e, and aupwards, and sells
Watersman Fountaina Pens for $1.23 and up.
All Linen Paper, 4 lbs. for 50c,
Finest Staionery in ihe iy aloIwes price.

Lc:,>-- artistic ir re Oeecui::tairsde. Old
::ies calol again:. We welcome ne ones
J. R. TROJANOWSKI.
NNwQ::arere in theo Thcompson Bu:ildincg.
Only First-Class Barbers Employed.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBE SHOP is DuNN & ELY'S
BAR ER HOP If you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH UDITELE, FeralaDi etr
Calls attended Day or Night.
No. 161 E. Liherty Street. esnideace 1211 5.
Fourth Ave, Phone ims.

lCentscblertbhelI"'botograpber.
Intercolleglato Bureau 01ft16adeomiGGostumo.
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
ALBANY, N. Y.
1 Caps, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Clana
Canes, Class Hats and Cape, Clans College Pins. Address
W. C. KEEN, Western Mnagr.,
Halsklil Musenm, OUniv. or Chicago.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER, KOAL. Every i.STEL
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR. Both PoneN.10.Anrb.
119 Weathns W.0nAsnnSreet.

WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR & 00,

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