THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
IF 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 Goodspeed label.
"The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME
Taking Effet Aug. 14, 1898.
Mail and Express ...3......... 47 P. M.
N. Y. & Boston Special ....'4 5
ast Eastern ...............9 43"
Atlantic ~xpreSs.. .... .....7 45 A. M.
Detroit Niht Express........ 5 5
Grand Rapids Express.....11 15
Mal & Express ............... 40 A. Si.
Bosto, N. Y. & Chicago.5.....915
Fast Wesern Express........ 1 3 P. i.
G. R & Kal. Express.........5 49
Chicago Niht Express..........943"
Pacific Express............19205A. .
0. W. RUGGLES. . W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. A't. 5Chbcago. A's Ass Abor
Takiing Eifet, May 1, 1899.
Trains leare Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
8:43A. O. *1:25 A. M.
t10:05 A M. 11:2A. M.
12:4 P. S. f8:5 . i.
4:5 P. . 8:4P. M.
dI.. betwen Ann Arbor and Toledo olo
iRon between Toledo and Howell on San
All other trains daily ecepSnday.
E. S. GILMORE, Aet
W. Ht. BENNETT. 0. P. A.
DIITROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
Cars leave Ann Arbor for Ypsilanti
and Detroit every half hour bgioig
at 7:15 a. m. U. of M0. car laves Cit
Hall, Detroit, every night after Theater.
Special U. o M. cars for ll extra occa
sions. Baggage, express and Students'
supplies received and delivered. Wait
log rooms, corner of Ann and Main
streets, Ann Arbor, 1ll Griswold street,
COAPOTINr I H
Waash Fast Trains make it pssi'ulerlot
you to Lke brrakast in An Arbor, Di-
ner inStLouis, andiLuncheon ia First-
Cass Dining Carn roue
You leave Ann Arbor7:25 a. m.;'Ar
rice St. Louis 625 pm,; Arrive Chicago
3;00 p .; Kansasnamiy 715 a. i.; Oma-
Fast Time t Omaha-GOplf Gne Nibi One
The Coninoental Limnited,
A superb fast train magnificent service,
between Detroit and st Louis, Chicago,
Niagarals uffalo New York and
Boston. Free Reclining Chair Cars on
All Trains You will go hom for aca-
lion soon-belter write to us for a new
folder of Wabash trains.
F. A. PALMER, AG. P. A., Chicago.
C. R. CBANE, G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mi.'.
R. S. GEENsWOO, M. P. A.,
Chicago and Ann Arbor.
Ohio Central Lines
THE DIRECT LINE TO
Bowling Green, Marietta,
Columbus, Middleport, and
Chsarlestoin, W. Va.
Columbus traino use Lake Shore Union
Station at Toledo.
Through trains with Sleeping and
Drawing Room cars from Detroit
M1OULTON HOUK, General Passenger Agt
U R E We operate the finest tai
equal any in the Statte.
We respectfully solicit you
All garments niade by us
10(6 E. Hurono.
Saturday's Baseball Games.
Coriiell, 7; Prinicetoll, 5.
Peninsylvania, 3,;lHarvard, 0.
Beloit, 28; Wiocolini, 10.
Miuniesota, 6; Dixoii, 4.
Illiiiois, 9; INorthiwestern, 3.
Notre Darnie; 7; Chlicago, 2.
Chicago defeated Notre Danie ini a
Iual track meel Saturday, by a score
()f 81- tis 62J. Corcoran, of Notre
Damie, proved a sturprise, winning
the 100, 220 aiid 440, which Chicago
supposedly had cinched. Powers
captured 22j poinits.
The results of Saturday's iiatclies
were as follows;
Aslicraft heat Ripley, b-7, 6-4,
Danfortb beat Stirasburg, 6-3,
Felker beat Schimidt, 6-2, 6-3.
McCloy beat Hssvey, 6-0, 6-1.
The following niatchies will be
played today :
First claos Singles - Russell vs-
Wherry, 3 p. in ; Felker vs. Wilbur,
Douibles-Danlforthi and Ripley vs.
Hovey and Bishop, 3 p. iu.
(LISH TAILORING.,THE $5.00
loling tradc in the city, and That we sell now
TALKS, SINGS and PLAYS
r Yalned patronage. The same: as ISho lighcr-priccd Machines,
and USES THE SAME REICORDS.
kept pressed and in repair for' THE SCHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
No. 114 W. Libeity St.
New State Phoone 43 .M ATN.
Lon Scores Made. DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
lie Guii Club held its reglilllr Ave. Ambulance night and day. lies.
shout last Saturday iuornitig. li'e idence 362 Fifth Ace.
scoreo averaged pour owing to tile
high winld. Thley were as follosws: A1lumD POWROE. 7 I'
Oliver, Capt. 14 .1..........1. 16 I r
Nro ...........1.........Soule ..... ............15.........10Baiey.................19.. .....J6W m
Collins.................17...............8IArnold 1A Leading
Woodrow.............. 13 ......... ..17 t Jeweler
Cooley ............ t........1..........14
Frer ............... 1........... 1.T he Only Full Line of
The lOsScoes ini doubles: Lowney's Chocolates
Norton.... . ....7...........3 InteC yJs R civdb
Freer................... 6....In.he.Cty,.est.eceied b
The graduates aiid studenlts of thie
University of Michiigaii dulrinigliie
adm~inistration of Dr. E. 0. Havcn as
president, have ordered a portrait of
Dr. Haveii. It is expsectedl to arrive
at tile Uiniversity about cen~~iice-
The Anin Arbor Mulsic Co. have a
$22 Washburii man1dolin, slightly
used, that they offer foir $12. I have
seen no such vlue ill mandolins.
1Rentzchter, the Ph~otographer.
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PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
1 I12 West Huron St.
State Phone n19,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York - Cicago.
0110ia 1 ceclticero to oll the Ileading ccolleges
schools ano athletic clubs of1 the country.
The Spaldinig Birycle, ridden by the
tntercollegiate A. A. A. A. Chaniptonlsanod
all the leading college riders. Every Rlequi-
site for Base Ball, Fool Ball, Golf, Tennis
Spalding's Official League Ball
Is the Official Ball of the National L~eacue
ansdall the leading, cellege associations.
Hlandoome Cata(ogee of AthI tie Sports
Free to nsyaddress.
Spaldingo's Officia1 Base Ball Guide for 1555,
March 3h. 105Cecnts.
A. G. SPALDINO & BROS., Noe York, Chicago
The Hocking Valley Ry.
Only LineR Iaving Unon ,-OepisoIn
BnthsTolrdn anod C~oumbus.
NO TRA~NSFERtS TO ANY POINT.
3 or Trainas Between
3 H urAbove Cities.
Rates always the lowest and accom-
modations the best.
For particulars call on local agents, or
address L. W. L.ANIDMAN,
Gen'l Tray. Agt., 67 Woodward ave.,
U.O N. STUDENTS are
wanted by a reliable educational in.
stitution, to represent them. No booka.
Drawing acet advanced.
Addresn JAS. T. WOODWARD.
91 East Adams. DET11OIT, MICIL
Spring and Summer Stock Complete. New Shades of Tans and
Russet Leather. Controlled by us.
ALL STYLES $3,50
The puritaq I oe Qo*
Ann Arbor Stare 11 0 East Huron St.
FACTORY: BROCKTON; MASS. Near Cook Hose
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