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May 18, 1899 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1899-05-18

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
F you want exclusive shapes, and not the styles the rabble wear, here is where you get
them. We make it a point to furnish gentlemen's hats of high quality, such as Knox and
Stetson's-not imitations that can be sold at 50 cents and up-Thus insuring you exclus-
ive shapes and styles that you will not meet every time you look around-Hats that are
not common, and worn by every-one regardless of age, sex or previous condition of servitude.
It takes quality to carry the Goodzpeed label.
117 Main Street.

MiGHIG N GENTRfiL
"The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898.
GOING EAST.
Mailland Express....... 38 47 P. M.
N. Y. & Boston Special ....... 4 58"
Fast Eastern. ....943
Atlantic Express ........... 45 A. M.
Detroit Night Express. 5 55
Grand Rapids Express. 11 10
GOING WST.
Mail& Express....... .. 8 40 A. s.
Boston. N. Y. & Chicago .0... 109in.
Fast Western Expressg.. 1 38 r. m.
B. R. & Ital. Espress..........5 455
Chicago Night Express. . S53
Pacific Express.............12 20 A. M.
0. W. RUOGLES. H . W. AYES,
G. P. & T. Ag't. Chicago. Act Ann Arbor
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, May 1, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
ard lerre.
NORTH SOUTH
6:43 A. M. * 7:25 A. N.
t9:05 A M. 11:25 A. si.
*i:0 Po. M. fj8:05rP. s.
4:56tP.x. 840P.M.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
tRun between Toledo and Howell on Sun
day only.
All other trains daily except Sunday. il
E. S.GILMORE, Agent.
W. 11. BENNETT. G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
BOR RAILWAY.
Cars leave Ann Arbor for Ypsilanti
aid Detroit every half hour beginning
a 7:15 a. m. U. of M. car leaves City
Hall, Detroit, every night after Theater.
Special U. of M. cars for all extra occa-
sions. Baggage, express and Students'
supplies received and delivered. Wait-
ing rooms, corner of Ann and Main
streets, Ann Arbor, 111 Griswold street,
Detroit.
iiCHICAGO J Boy
Watosh Fast Trains mnake it possihir in.
yosu tn taker breakast in Ann Arbor, Din.
ner in st. Lonis, and Luncheonin a irst-
Ciass Dining Car en moute.
You leave Ann Arbor.7:25 a. m ; Ar-
rive St. Looie, 0:25 p. in.; Arrive Chicago
3;BB p. m.; Kansas City 7:55 a. m.; 0011-
ha8115 a.( m."
Fast Time to Orsaha-Omy One Niglt Oat
The Continiental Limited,
A soperb fast train, magnifnet service,
betwen Detroit and St. Louis,Chicago,
Niagara Falls, Roffalo, New York and
Boston. Free Reclining Chair Cars on
All Trains. You will go home for vaca-
tion soon-better write to us for a nsw
folder of Wabash trains.
F. A. PALMER, A. G. P. A., Chicago.
C. t. CAnE, G. P. & T. A., St. Loos, Mo.
R. S. GnEEnwooD, M. P. A.,
Chicago and Ann Arbor.
Ohio Central Lines
T HE D IR ECT L IN E T O
Bowling Greeii, Marietta,
Finidlay, Atsens,
Columbus, B loiddleport, and
Charleston, W. Va.
Columbus traino use Lake Shore Union
Station at Toledo.
Through trains with Sleeping and
Drawig Room cars from Detroit
and Toledo.
MOULTON BOUK, General Passenger Ag'.

Its Timeto gt
loco plihe
Bicycle Question.
You will Find allthe Leaders-
Columbias, Itamnblers,
Stearns, Waverleys,
Sterlings,
snd oters at
S' Drug
lBrown'Store.
The Revised Schedule.
May 18, Illinois at Champaign.
19, Illinois at Champaign.
20, Hamilton Club at Chicago.
" 27, Northwestern at Ann Arbor.
30, Wisconsin at Detroit.
June 1, Beloit at Ann Arbor.
" 3, Cornell at Ithaca.
" 5, Lafayette at Easton.
" 6,Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
" 10, Notre Dame at Ann Arbor.
10, Cornell at Ann Arbor.
"17, Cornell at Detroit.
Candidates for 1902 Lit. Team.
Campbell, Smith, Gardiner, Loder,
Brooks, Mayo, Scotten, Finney,
Britton, Killian, Bidwell, Fried-
ricks, Strasburg, Hughes, Walsh,
Sprague, Withington, Chaffey, Red-
path, Barrett, Maris, (Capt.)
Band Men Notice.
The band will meet tonight over
Schumacher & Miller's on Main st.,
at 7:45. Everyone must be there.
Bring your music racks. The band
will be out to meet the soldiers on
their return Friday. MANAGER.

The Corner Candy Store, THE 5.00
N orth oS Quarry's Drig Slore,
Tenders a kind invitation to all wishing G R A P H A P H O N E
fresh goods at reasonable prices. Lunches
at all hours. Hot coffee and sandwiches That we sell now
at
W, S. PARKER'S, 315 S. STATE. TALKS, SINGS and PLAYS
ti:samas the Mller-pricedSMavchintes,
ALARM CLOCKS, $1.00. asd USES THE SAME tECORDS.
U. OF M1. PINS, 50 Cents.THE SCHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty, No. 114 W. Liberty St.

J. L. CHAPMAN,
200 South Main street.
CALENDAR.
Friday, May 19-Filals in Cup
Debate, Adelphi vs. Jeffersomau.
Thursday, May 18, 5:00 p. li.,
Michiganensian elect~o of the junior
class.
LOST-A season ticket to baseball
games, four games punched, imme
and address on back of ticket.
Finder please return to 418 Kiigsley
street.
The Yale Athletic Committee voted
that no student is eligible for a 'var-
sity team in case he owes mouey for
his share of the traiing table ex-
peises of a previous team.
President Elliott of Harvard in his
anual report opposes freshitan in-
tercollegiate contests, claiing a low
grade of scholarship for the members
of freshman football teams.
The Ann Arbor Music Co. have a
$22 Washburn mandolin, slightly
used, that they offer for $12. I have
seen no such value in mandolins.

L 1Rentuchter, the Plhotog~rapher.
IIrzi~iihi n IsSZ eseses r :OOSIotOOi rv l li zZZliZttltlB zlH Slii

O M. MARTIN...
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 201 S. 4' h
Ave. Ambulance night and lay. Res.
idence 302 Fifti Ave.
lurm Clocs leai
Wn. Arnold, 'oilr
The Only Full Line of
Lowney's Chocolates
In the City, Just Received by
338 So. State Street.
OUR PHOTOS
...ARE...
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
THE
Berryman Studio
I I2 West Huron St.
State Phone 119,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York -- Chicago.
ATHLETIC GOODS.
Officialn tftters to all liarieading colleges
schools and athletic clabs of the contry.
The Spalding Bicycle, ridden by the
Intercollegiate A. A. A. A. Ch~atmpions, and
all the leading college rider. Every Reqaui-
site for Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Tennis
Athletics, Gymnasium.
Spalding's Official League Ball
Is the Official Ball of the NationalI League
and all the leading college associations.
Handsome Catalogue of Athletic Sports
Free to antv address.
Spaiding's Oici 1liBase Ball Guide for 189,
March 30, 10 Cents.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS., New York, Chicago
The Hocking Valley Ry.
Only Liner Having Union Denots in
"Both Toledo and Columbns.
INO TRANSFERS TO ANY POINT.
3 Hour Traius Between
Above Cities.
Rates always the lowest and accom-
modations the best.
For particulars call on local agents, or
address L. W. LANDMAN,
Gen'] Trav. Agt., 67 Woodward ave.,
Detroit, Mich

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Spring and Summer Stock Complete. New Shades of Tan and
Russet Leather. Controlled by us.

ALL STYLES $350
LI 1 ' 0D 03, 5.0
Ann Arbor Store 110 East Huron St.
FACTORY: BROCKTON, MASS. Near Cook House
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You can get COVER GLASSES at 55c per oz.
and SLIDES at 40c per gross

at Goodyear's Drug Store.

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