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THE UNIVESITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

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AND FANCY SOXARE SWELL..
iO i$1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $5.00.
+ SOLE AGENTS "HANAN SHOES."D'
119 S0. MAIN ST.

MIGtlIGflM GENTRRLI
The NiagaraPails Route.'
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898.
Mail and Express. ........3 47 P.m.
N. Y. & Boston Special . 4 58
Fast Eastern .. ......... 103"
Atlantic Express......................7 41 A. M.
Detroit Nicht Express........ I 5
Grand Rapids Express..........15
Mall & Express........... an..8 0A.Mu.
Boston. N. Y. & Chicago..............9 10 "
Fast Western Express.r.... .18 P. M.
G. R. & Kal. Express ...1....645"
Chicago Night Express.... ....9 43
Pacifc Express.... 2 20 A. M.
0. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
B. P. & T. A 't. Chieago. Ac't Ann Arbor
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, May 1, 1899..
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
ard Tine.
NORTH SOUTH
8:43 A. M. *07:25A. 8.
t 9:05 A M. 11:2A.M.
'12:40 P. M. t 8:05 P. M.
4:56 P.M.- 8:4PM.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
dRa between Toledo and Howell on Sun-
Alldother trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
w. H. BENNETT. G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
BOR RAILWAY.
Cars leave Ann Arbor for Ypsilanti
and Detroit every half hour beginning
at 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.
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Wabash Fast Trains unake it possiie or
you to take, breakrant Sn Ann Arbor, Din-
ner in St. Louis,and Luncheon in a First-
Class Dining Car en route.
You leave Ann Arbor7:25 a. m ; Ar-
rive St. Louis, 6:25 p. m.; Arrive Chicago
3;0 p.i m.;Kansas City 7:15 a. m.; Oma-
ha 8:11 a. in.
Fast Time to Ornaha-Ogly One Night Out.
The Continental Limited,
A superb fast train, magnificent service,
between Detroit and St. Louis,Chicago,
Niagara Falls, Buffalo, New York and
Boston. Free Reclining Chair Cars on
All Trains. You will go home for vaca-
tion soon-better write ton for a new
folder of Wabash trains.
F. A. PALMER, A. G. P. A., Chicago.
C. R. CRANE, G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
R. S. GREENwOOD, M..P. A.,
Chicago and Ann Arbor.
Ohio Central Lines
THE DIRECT LINE TO
Bowling Green, Marietta,
Findlay, Athens,
Columbus, Middleport, and
Charleston, W. Va.
Columbus trains use Lake Shore Union
Station at Toledo.
Through trains with Sleeping and
Drawing Room cars from Detroit
and Toledo.
MOULTON HOUK, General Passenger Ag't.

CORRECT AND STYLISH TAILORING.
We operate the finest tailoring trade in the city, and
equal any in the State.
We respectfully solicit your valued patronage.
All garments made by us kept pressed and in repair for
one year.
:ETT.IF'HI8D

In

106 E. Huron.

New State Phone 43 u.

Junior Lits. Elect Michiganensian
Editors.
The Junior class met yesterday
afternoon and elected its representa-
tion the Michiganensian. The at.
tendance was rather small consider-
ing the purpose of the meeting. T.
M. Marshall and W. B. Pitkin were
nominated for managing editor. Mr.
Marshall was looked upon as almost
certain of election as Mr. Pitkin had
not announced his candidacy until
just before the meeting. But lie
proved an extremely popular candi-
date, winning out by a vote of 55 to
20 for his opponent. The following
names were presented for the other
places on the board: Miss Mabel
Filkins, Miss Jessie Palmer and
Messrs. Bentley, Strong, Eaman, Cor'
win, Campbell, Marshall and Prentiss'
Messrs. Eaman, Corwin and Camp-
bell declined to be candidates. Miss
Filkins, John Prentiss and George N.
Bentley were elected.
The class voted a tax of twenty.

five cents for the support of athletics.
A committee was appointed to collect
the tax, with baseball manager Gratz
as chairman.
The Alpha Delts defeated the Psi
Us last evening in baseball-score, 4
to 3.
The DAILY is in receipt of the
twenty-ninth annual joint debate of
the societies of the U " of Wiscon-
sin, sent with the compliments of the
Daily Cardinal. The question was
the municipalization of street rail-
ways.
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.
f Your Bicycle Needs
TO BE REPAIRED,
Go to BIERMAN'S.
W. Washington.

HE $5.00
RAPHAPHONE
That wexviilnow
ELKS, SINGS aind PLAYS
bhe ame a ust iigier-priced Machines,
asnd USES THE SAME ]tECORtDS.
E SCHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
No. 114 W. Liberty St.
M. MARTIN.
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
balming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
s. Ambulance night and day. Res-
nce 302 Fifth Ave.
Alrm loclks
Vm. ArnoldLeading
Jeweler
le 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 12 West Huron St.
State Phone 119,
. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York - Chicago.
ATHLETIC GOODS.
cial outfitters to all the leading colleges
sols and athletic clubs of the counry.
'he Spa" dlng Bieycle, ridden by the
rcolegate"A. A. A. A. Champions, and
the leading college riders. Every Requi-
for Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Tennis
letics, Gymnasium.
Spalding's Official League Ball
he Official Ball of the National League
and all the leading college assoctiooons.
iandscue Catalogue of Athletic Sports
,to any address.
alding's Official Base Ball Guide for 1899,
rch 30, 10 Cents.
G. SPALDING & BROS., New York, Chicago
he Hocking Valley Ry.
On.ly Linarvine~gUinDepots in
Botn Toled and Colmbuns.
O TRANSFERS TO ANY POINT.
Hour Trains Between
Above Cities. 3
ates always the lowest and accom-
dations the best.
For particulars call on local agents, or
Iress L. W. LANDMAN,
en'i Trav. Agt., 67 Woodward a e.,
Detroit, Mi

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