THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
GYM SUITSAND OUTFITUS.
M 'THINnGiRK 6ENIIIJL
CENTRAL STANIDARID TIMIE.
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898.
Mail and Express. ........3 47 P. M.
N. Y. &Boston Special ....... 4 58"
Fast Eastern ............94"
Atlantic Express ........... 45 A5. M.
D~etroit Night Express........ 5 55"
Grand Rapids Express ..........11
Mall&Express. .........9515 A.1..
Hasten. N. Y. S&Chicago....... 8 i3"
Fast Western Express..........138 P. xM.
G. It. &Kal. Expres.........555"
Chicago Night Express ..........94:
Pacific Express ........12 301A. 5.
0. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt, Chicago. Ag-'t Ann Arbor
Taking Effert, SMay 7, 1898.
Trains lease Ann Arbor hy Central Staad-
8:431A.M. *07:30A. M.
+12:40P. M. 11:15 A.M.
4:56 P.MK. 8:40 P. M.
t 5 . .t8:05 P. i.
;Run hetween Ann Arhor and Toledo only.
t These trains on Sunday only and ran be-
tween Toledo and Howell. All other trains
daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
H. W. BENNETT, G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
CRET AND STYLISH TAILOING,
G EWe operate the fiest tailoring trade in the city, and
equal any ill the State.
We respectfully solicit your valuedi patronage.
All garmenuts made by us kept pressedl and in repair for
106 E. Hurono. New State Phoine 43.
CALEDAR.Notice to Choral Union.
CensaLENDR. 1T-Mc eian old memnbero of thc Choral
v es. oa, c. 2MichiganAgiutrlCle. Unionl are earneotly requested to at-
vo.ray O.1.Michigan Agiutuasolee tend the meeting, Tulesday, Oct. 11,:
Satirdy, ct.13-Mihigll O.at 7:30 p. inI.,ini Frieze Memorial
Western Reoerve. Hall, in iirder that thse chortis may
Wedneoday, Oct. 19.-Michigan he orgaiiized. Tile firot concert in
vs. Caoe Scientific School. the Choral Union Series will be given
TSaturday, Oct. 22.-M1ichigan vs. on Dec. 16, by the choruo. At this
Notr Dam. F concert a miicellanseous program will
Friday, Oct. 21.-Jas. Whitcombhegvn . .SALY
Riley on the S. L. A. Couroe. h ie. A .SALY
An AllFreshmen Elecen. Notice 1
Football Manager Roger Morris All captaino and managers of class
desires the DAILY to state that all football teams will please meet me ill
candidates for tile Freshmen Eleven Room 9, Uiiiversity Hall, at 5
shonld report at once to Coach Clark, o'clock, next Moiiday afternoon.
who will have charge of that eleven. J. Wo. POTTER,
An all-freshiien eleven will be or- Assistant Manager.
ganized at once sod practice iwill he-
gin just as soon as arrangemtents are Fred W. Newton, '96 L., io in a
miade tos get a practice field for the Saginasw, E. S.,lose office.
freosimen.? The inter-class schedule WANTED--A housekeeper. In-
Ill 7 ZZ-A
BOR RAILWAY. 1w11 De pumsnea in111a rw ans, . quire at 534lS0. State lSt. 14
Cars leave for Detroit at a quarter Floyd Wilson, a member of one of H. B. Krognlan, '93, is snperi n- PE
after every hour, beginning at 7:15 a. the Michigan volunteer regiments, is tendent of the Negaunlee schools this
in. and up to 11:15 p. im. For Ypsilanti sue of the few who left the Univer- year.
at a quarter before the hour up to 12:43 sity for the army last spring that sasv W. W. Smalley, '98, is teachingB
a. mn. Cars leave corner William and actual service. He was in the trench. Latin and Mathematics in the high V
Main Sto. Tickets on sale at Brown's es and on the fighting hunes before ochool at Adrian, Mich.
Drug Store. Santiago. Wilsonos regiment par.. The .Free Press, the old reliable
ticipated in the three days' fight. and leading State aiid Sporting paper
He is a quiet and unassuming fellow is handled by F. Stofilet, Opera House
___________________ and Moors his honors easily. Nesvs Depot. Call aiid subscribe. A.
'..THE Orchestra Plaijers. Good delivery guaranteed.
KINDERGARTEN An orchestra is to he formed this Dr. Fonda Nadeau, Inedic, '98, is
CIGAR STORE season in the School of Music under on the staff of thxe Northern Michi.
Cx~eosoer 1 loox o rooce sorono x th chrgeof r. eit. Sudeto aiiasylum at Traverse City.
Cigars ovro75br30 s h fTobdcox0ibCigsofrthschage A Mc.Zance Sablet gtoCiplayan orchestral CgainotruAlchnceibleoo Thererhestal1is0rbanjoTheinisthebaj worldhew trattha
on io Pipe free iwith oevey purchas. (string, swind or brass) wislinug to has as fisc a tone as the Waldo. Ex.
102 E. HURON ST. join this orchestra, will please call amline thsem at the Music Co. Store,
-=at the School of Music fromn 1 to 2 p. Washington St. Can get a good 0110 iSedi
U, of 1, Shaftn Parlors and Balh Rooms isod see Mr. Zeitz for particuliars. for $12.00. 14 Pens
32 SOUTH STATE STRE ET. w______________________________ rite
bodie'oaristic Ha:irDecsing. up stoles..Old s::~ei ~i.s s e dited01,
frendslcall abaio. We welicoeonow ones. g4 rapi:
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WA1IR[,N, th BArI L.____ ___
Now Quarese. in the Thomopso150i1ding. - - ________ _____
Only First=Class Barbers Employed. IMFeGolloniate Bureaa ol t1aflcm!6G Gstume. A
THE MODEL of State Street GOTRELL &1 LEONARD. peom
is Berm & ELY'S , LANYs, N. Y.
BARBER SHOP It you desire Cops, Gowns, and Hoods made to order ond rsnted. Aloo Claso
denst-class work ond courteous treatment Canes, Class Hato and Cops, Clann College Pius. Addreon
try George and Harry at 332 S. Stote St. Wv. C. KERN, Western 3inge.,
_______ Hakeil Siosern, Unix., of Chicago.
ENOGH DIETERLE, Fnerale ctr Every kn._Eb n id
Cails attended Dav or Night. RANDALL, THMHTGAHR OAL" A. S'AEI3LESI, Al
Nox. 161 E. Lihcrty Strecct.Mesidence 533S. WASHIGO LlK.t AN ABO K 119 Weot Washington Street
Fourih Ave, Phone 129ONBOK. AN O. Both Phones, No. 108. Ann Arbor. wine,
AT LOWEST PRATES.
QEBERLE MUSIC STORE
hent JLiberty Street, Ann Arbor.
sly 3 dooms from Main Street.
lining a specialty. No. 200 Fourth
Amhulance night and day. Re.
e302 Fifth Ave.
338 Sx. State Street.
ERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
1 1 2 West Huron St.
Stae Phone 119,
G. SPALDING & BROS.
TheNx n h urante
Official outittern to ali the
leading college, school and
.9 athletic club teams.
Spalding's Official Inter-
collegiate Foot Ball
exclusivelyhbyYale, Princeton, Harsard
Sylsania, Cxrelol and all othser leadin
cxs and unisersities. Managers shoal
for prices sodsaempies befosre ordering
there. waliteg Oficial FootEBall Guide,
I by Wle Caso. Records, photo-
hs of leasding teamss, 1898 rules, with tin-
sOd explanatory nsotes, loc,
SPALDINGS & BROS., NessYrk, Chicago
It Newu Stand, 601 E. William SI,
ie me ai triol. First class work and
F. J. SCHLEEDE,
:340 S. Stat~e OP.,
s Boos for 25c. and upwsrdsand sells
eriin Fountain lens for $1.10 and up.
01 Linen Paper, 4 lbs. for 50c,
:s Stationery in the city a1 lowest prine.
WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE.