THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
M US 11T S. MAIN ST.
"The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898.
Mail and Expres . ... 47P.M.
N. Y. & Boston Special ....... 4 5818
Fast Eastern ..............9 43"
Atlantic Express ...7 45 A. X.
Detroit Night Express........ 5 551
Grand Rapids Express . i 10
Mail & Express ....... 9 18 A. M.
Boston, N. Y. & Chicago.0.....813"
Fast WesternExspress..... . 3P. m.
G. R. & Eai. Espress..........5 45"
Chicago Night Express...............9 43
Pacific Express .......................12 30 A. M.
O. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor
ALARM CLOCKS, $1.00. Students! Students!
U. OF M. PINS, 50 Ceiits. If dissatisied with your laundry service come
to thePI NO E
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty, EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY and all Musical Supplies at
J. L. CHAPMAN, A. F. COVERT, Prop., 209 E. Wash. St.
Telephone No. 211,2 Rings. LOWEST RATES
206Soute Main Street Excellent Workand Qick Service Guaranteed.
SHA EBER LE MUSIC STOR E
Your First Duty 114 West Liberty Street, Ann Arbor.
Only 3 doors from Main Street.
after securing your room is to
REGISTER your name and
address at BROWN'S DRUG STORE
T'S FREE.... Cor. Main and Huron Sts.
Mr. Carl S. Sundstrom has been
appointed assistant in Qualitative
- Analysis for this year.
Mr. B. W. Peet, M. S., '98, has
been appointed laboratory assistant
to Professor Freer, of the Depart-
TIME TABLE ment of General Chemistry.
Taking Effect, May 7, 1898. Mr. James B. Pollock, M. S., Se.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand- D. '97, and Julia W. Snow, Ph. B.,
ned Tieme.D.9,adJlaW Snw .D.
NORTH SOUTH are the new instructors in Botany. Mr.
8:43 A. M. *7:30 A. M Pollock spent last year abroad in
E12:40 P. M: 11:25A.M. study.
*9:0 5A. A. +8:05 r. M. Mr. E. A. Lyman, for several
*Run between Ann Arhor and Toledo only.easitrcoinmhmtcsn
t These trains on Sunday only and run be- years instructor in mathematics in
tween Toledo andaHowell. All other trains the University of Michigan, is now
E. S. GILMORE, Agent. professor of mathematics in the State
H. W. BENNETT, G. P. A. Normal School at Ypsilanti.
A home for the Board of Regents
has been arranged in the new Law
Department building. One of the rooms
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR- on the first floor has been set aside
BOR RAILWAY. for their use and will be known as
- the Regents' Room. It will be furn-
Cars leave for Detroit at a quarter ished with desks so that each mem-
after every hour, beginning at 7:15 a. ber of the board may have a place
m. and up to 11:15 p. m. For Ypsilanti to keep his private papers.
at a quarter before the hour up to 12:45 Mr. William H. Butts, A. B. '78,
a. m. Cars leave corner William and A. M. '79, and Mr. Albert W. Whit-
Main Sts. Tickets on sale at Brown's ney, A. B. '91, are the two new in.
Drug Store. structors in mathematics. Mr. Butts for
fifteen years has been principal of
the Michigan Military Academy at
Orchard Lake. Last year he was in
... THE . . . Paris where he studied under the
KIND ERG AR TEN Mathematicians Darboux, Jordan,
and Goursat. Mr. Butts takes the
CIGAR STORE place of Mr. Lyman. Mr. Whitney
Carries over 75 brands of Tobacco, 50 brands of is an alumnus of Beloit College, Wis-
Cigoar and 30 radhof"Cigarees. A chance consin. Since leaving that institu-
Lion he has studied at Columbia
102 E. HURON ST. University and taught in theacademy
of Beloit College and the University
U. of I, viD9 Par1florsanB1 athRo oms1 of Nebraska.
Chas. E. Blaney's big extravagan.
za success, "A Boy Wanted", will
be the attraction at the Athens The-
atre, Monday, Oct. 10. It is con-
ceded to be one of the biggest finan-
cial successes of the past season. "A
Boy Wanted" is a mixture of farce
comedy; extravaganza, burlesque and
vaudeville, and was written by Mr.
Blaney for the purpose of introduc-
ing a host of pretty girls, clever
comedians, talented vocalists, expert
dancers and high class vaudeville
artists; and there is a most successful
scheme to entertain an audience, and
which should meet with the same big
business at our play house as it has
every place it has played during the
past season. There are a great many
funny situations throughout the play,
which are brought out in the bright-
est manner possible. The witty re-
marks and the jokes are all new.
The scenery is handsome and in keep-
ing with the play; and with such a
bright production, together with
everything surrounding it being car-
ried complete, the success is guar-
anteed, as with all of Mr. Blaney's
In the absence of Mr. C. L.
Meader, Prof. Joseph H. Drake will
give the lectures on Roman in the
Mr. Sidney D. Townley, last year
an instructor in Astronomy at the
University of Michigan, has gone to
the University of California.
The Ann Arbor Music Co. this
year have a Stock of Martin Guitars
and Mandolins. Everyone knows
the Martin guitar and their mando-
hins are just as good. 9
0. M, MARTINI.
Embalming a specialty. No. 200 Fourth
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
i1 1C an Pn
Wm. Arnold, 'a"n
W W. TUTTLE'S
338 So. State Street.
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
I I 2 West Huron St.
State Phone 119,
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Usedexclusivelyby Yale, Princeton, Harvard
Pennsylvania, Cornell and all other leading
colleges aod universities. Manage.rs should
write foe priceo and samples before ordering
eloewhere. Spalding Oficial Foot Ball Guide,
edited by W~aiter Cani:p. Rtecords. photo-
graphs of leading teams, 1899 rules, with ,in-
dcx and explanatory notes, 10c.
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F. J. SCHLEEDE,
340 S. State St.,
Binds Books for 25c. and upwards, and sells
WatermuanFountain Pens forf$1.25 and up.
All Linen Paper, 4 lbs, for 50c.
Finest Stationery in the city at lowest price.
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Lodies' aetistic Hole Dressin:g upsails. Old
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Only First-Class Barbers Employed.
THE MODEL of State Street
is DUNN & ELYs
BARBER SHOP If you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
ENOCH DIETERLE, uneralDneirndor.
Calls attended Day or Night.
No. 161 E. Liberty Street. Residence 53 S .
Fourth Ave, Phone 129.
L lRentschler, the Ibotographer.
Intercollegiate Bureau 01flc~adomic 6ostume.
GOTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBANY, N. Y.
Caps, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
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