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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. 3

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$3.50 TANS

ARE REGAL SHOES FOR
ROUGH WEATHER.
GOODSPEED'S,
118 S. MAIN ST.

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MIGfIWIO NGE NTIiL
" The Niagara Falls Route.''
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898.
GOING EAST.
Mail and Express...............3 47 p. m.
N. Y. & Boston Special ...............4 58 "
Fast Eastern ......9 43
Atlantic Express............7 45 A. IS.
Detroit NighttRxprenn........6515"
Grand Rapids Express. . 10
GOING WEST.
Mal & Espress. .. .. 9 18 A. M.
Beston, N. Y. & Chicago....... 8 13"
Fast WesternEp ress.. . 1 38 .. s.
G. R. & Rtat.REoress.........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
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TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, May 7, 1898.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
ard Tine.
NORTH SOUTH
8:43 A. M. *#7:30A. M.
12:4P. m. 11:25 A.M.
4:5a.Mx. 8:405P.M.
+9:05 A.. t8:05r.M.
'Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
tThese trains on Sanday only and ran be-
tween Toledo and Howell. All other trains
daily except Sanday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
H. W. BENNETT, G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
BOR RAILWAY.
Cars leave for Detroit at a quarter
after every hour, beginning at 7:15 a.
m. and up to 11:15 p. m. For Ypsilanti
at a quarter before the hour up to 12:45
a. m. Cars leave corner William and
Main Sts. Tickets on sale at Brown's
Drug Store.
- -THE..
KINDERGARTEN
CIGAR STORE
Carries over 75 brands of Tobacco, 50 brands of
Ca andr10br erds of Cigare tes. A chance
on a Plot free witlh evcry purchas.
102 E. HURON ST.
U. of Ml, Bavioou Parlors and Bath Roomas
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing up stairs. Old
friends call again. We welcome new ones
J. R. TROJANOWSKI.
New Quarters in the Thompson Building.
Only First-Class Barbers Employed.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBERSHOP is DuNN & ELY'S
BARBE R SHOP I you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S. State St.
fln I nETEDI E Embalmer and
ENUU CH IETERLE Funeral Director.
Calls attended Day or Night.
No. 161 X. Liberty Street. Residence 53 S.
Fsseth Ave, P'hone 129.

ALARM CLOCKS, $1.00. .td A L L .
U. OF M. PINS, 50 Cents. If dissatisied with your laundry service come
to the 1
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty, EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
J. L. CHAPMAN. A. F. COVERT, Prop., 209 E. Wash. St.
Telephone No. 211, 2 Rings. M 8C IS P I0
206S soute Main Street Excellent Work and Quick Service Guaranteed.
AT LOWEST RATES.

Your First Duty
after securing your room is to
REGISTER your name and
address at BROWN'S DRUG STORE
IT'S FREE.... Cor. Main and Huron Sts.
CALENDAR. Golf Club.
Saturday, Oct. 8.-Michigan vs. The University Golf Club has now
Kenyon College at Athletic Field. about seventy-five members, and ap-
plications are coming in rapidly.
The Centurq's Offer. The links will probably be completed
With the aim of encouraging lit- in the course of a seek so that regu-
erary activity among those who have lar playing can be begun.
eradaefrmcleethCeury All persons wiohing to become
graduated from college, the Cesatury members of tbe club are asked to
Magazine has offered to give, annual- band in their name to one of tbe
ly, during four successive years three following membership committee;
prizes of $250 each, open to the MessrsowigbersCoistockoraite,
competition of5all those who receiv Messrs. Wetmore, Comstock, Moran,
the degree of A. B. in any college in e d Dr, Lombard.
the United States during 1897, 1898, Notice.
1899 and 1900. ATTENTION! U. OF M. RIFLES.--
The first prize of $250 is for the Meeting in Room 9, University Hall,
best metrical writing of not fewer at 7.00 sharp, Friday evening before
than fifty lines. The second is for the mass meeting. All members be
the best essay in the field of biogra- out and men desiring to join are in-
phy, history, or literary criticism of vited to be present.
not fewer than four thousand words STANSELL, First Sergeant.
and 'not more than eight thousand.
The third is for the best story of not Webster Societti.
fewer than four thousand or more A business meeting of the Web-
than eight thousand words. ster Society will be held this evening
All contributions to this competi- at 7 o'clock in Room 24. Univer-
tion must be made before June 1 of sity Hall. The object of the meet-
the year following graduation. Re- ing is to arrange preliminaries for
quests have been made to open the the intercollegiate debate, and those
competition to those receiving the whose intend to enter the society's
degree of Ph. B. and B. L., but contest are requested to attend.
upon consideration the rule limiting
the competition to A. B. graduates Friday evening, Oct. 7th, the
has been maintained. University School of Dancing will
Last year the prizes were won by give its complimentary opening par-
women, two of them having graduated ty. Former pupils, friendsaandall
from Vassar and one from Smith. students of the U. of M. are cor-
The prize story, won by Miss Grace dially invited. 11
M. Gallaher, of Connecticut will Charles Preston, ex-98, has a po-
appear in the November number of sition in the Water Office of Detroit.
the Century.
The Waldo Mandolin that the Ann
A Graphoplione (phonograph style) Arbor Music Co. carry is certainly a
complete with outfit, to exchange for wonderful instrument, of beautiful
a typewriter or high grade hand cam- tone. If you are going to buy ex-
era. Room 3, 321 S. 4th ave. 14 amine them by all means. 11

SHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
114 West Liberty Street, Ann Arbor.
Only 3 doors from Main Street.

Os M. MARTINIs s
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 200 Fourth
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
Wm. Arnold, e:diet
GET YOUR
LUNCHES
AT
W. W. TUTTLE'S
338 So. State Street.
OUR PHOTOS
...ARE...
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
THE
Berryman Studio
I 12 West Huron St.
State Phone 119,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
The Name the Guarantee.
> FOOT BALL
' SU PP LIES
Official outfitters to all the
leading college, school and
athsletisocdab teames.
Spalding's Official Inter-
' collegiate Foot Ball
Usedexclusively by Yale, Princeton, Harvard
Pennsylvania, Cornelland all other leading
colleges andi universities. Managers shoald
write car price ssnd sam ples before ordering
elsewhere. Spalding Official Fsot Eall Guide,
edited by Waiter Camp. Records, photo-
graphs 01 leading teams. 1898 rules, with tin-
dex and explanatory notes, 1O.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS., New York, Chicago
x4eyor's L llll rY A elCYI
At News Stand, 607 E. William St;
Give me a trial. First class work and
prompt service.
PAUL MEYER.
F. J. SCH LEEDE,
340 S. State St.,
Binds Books for 25e. and upwards, and ells
Waterman FountainP ens for*1.2S andup.
All Linen Paper, 4 lbs. for 50c.
Fineet Stationery in the city at lowest prie.

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RentsChler, the lb'otorapher.
IlltOPGO1euiat6 Bureau o1flcaiOnIiGGOWNum.
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
W. C. KERN, Western Mngr.,
Haskell MuseumUniv. of Chicago.1
Eryknd
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER, OAL. EverM.STAEBLER,
WASHINTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR. Both Phones,No108 nn Arbor.

WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE.

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