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THE U I VERRSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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AND FANCY SOX ARE SWELL A
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CENTRAL STANIDARI) TIME
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898.
Rail ad Express . ........ 475P.
N. Y.& Boston Special .......4158"
Fast Eastern ..............9 43"
Atlantic Espres............... 5A. 1M.
Detroit Night Express.......... 55
Grand Rapids Express .........110
Mail & Express ....9.....840 AM.
Boton. N. Y. & Chicago....... 9 t10
Fast Western Espress........ i 38 r. M.
0. R. & Kal. Express..........5 45"
Chicago Night Espress .........943"
Pacific Esprrss ....0....1 250A. rM.
0. W. RUGGLES. H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Ag't, Ihiegos Ag't Ann Arbor
TIME TABLE
Taking Effeti3ay 1, 1899.
Trains leare Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
ard Tine.
NRH I SOU1TH

0:40 A). 01, *'1101 A. M.
t9:05 10. 1:25 A. IM.
' 1--:40P. M. t1805 P. 0.
4:50 r. . 8 :40 r. M.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo onls
tRun between Toledo and Howell onSan-
day only.
All other trains daily except Sanday.'
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W. H. BENNETT. G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
BOR RAILWAY.
Cams leave Ann Arbor for Ypilanti
and Detroit every half boor beginning
at 7:15 a. to. U. of M. ear leaveo City
HMall, Detroit, every night after Theater.
Special U. of M. earn for all extra occa-
siono. Baggage, exprenn and Stodentn'
nupplieo received and delivered. Wait-
ing rooton, corner of Ann and Main
streets, Ann Arbor, 1ll Griswold treet,
Detroit
Wabash Sast Trins maet mpossiblrPor
yon in taken hrakfst ia Ann Arbor, Din-
You leave Ann AArboo 7:2o a. to, Ar-
rive St.ILouin, 6:25 p. to;Arrive (Chicago
3;00 p. to;Kanoas City 7:15 a.tom.;ina-
ha 8:1la.to
Fast Time to Omaha-Oqlp One Nigbt Oat.
The Continental Limited,
A superb fast train, magnificent nervice,
between Detsoit and St. Louis, Chicago;
Nia-gara Falls, Buffalo, Nesw York anod
Boston. Free Reclining Chair Cars or
All Trains. You will go home for vaen
tion soon -better write to us for a new
folder of Wabash trains.
F. APALM R, A. G P. A., Chicago.
C. R.CRCNcE, G. P. & T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
R. S. GRtEsWOOD), 1. P. A.,
Chicago and Ann Arbor.
Ohio Central Lines
THE DIRECT LINE TO
BowflingGrceen, Martiettto,
Findlay, Athens,
Columbuss, lVlidllmeport, and
Chsarlestona, W. Va.
Columbus trains use Lake Shore Cnioi
Station at foledo.
Through trains with Sleeping5 an(
Drawing Room caro from Detroi
and 'Toledo.
MOULTON HOUKE, General Passeenger Agot.

We operate the finest tailoring trade in the city, and
equal any in the State.
We reopectfully solicit your valued patona~sge.
All garsments made by ns kept pressed antl isirepair fot
one year.
10(6 E. Huroto. New State Phonse 43
Sophomore on a Scientitfic Expe- CALENDAR.
dition. FRIDAY, APRIL 26-Reception to
Leois J. Cole, a soph~omlore bio- Graduate School at Ctle residlence of
logical stuldent, left for Seattle yes- Preoideiit Angell, 8 p. to.
terdisy to joinl an expedition bound Thuorsday, May 25-CO0 L. vs '00,
for Alaska. TileImenmbers of this at Fair Grouns, 4:10 p. in.
expedition go as floe gouests for the Friday, May 26-PP9 vs '02 M., at
sumioer of Mr. E. H. Harrimn of Fair Grotunds, 4:10 p.- 11.
Nesw York. They will proceed up Friday, May 26-Dtlal tennis meet
the inlside pass o~f the Raunto to thi vthl Northowestern, 2 p. is.
Lynn Casnal. Froml Litka the party Friday, May 26-Prelimninaries in
will explore the west coaot to Ya-ku- High School m~eet at Athletic Field,
ta Bay, and Hook's inlet. A scienl- 4 p" i
tific stuldy of tile biology and zoology Satulrday, May 27-Inter High
of this regioni wili he lmalde. Sclhool 1110S at Athletic Field, 10
Mr. Cole gties as assistaont to Dr. . n
C. Hart Mariall, of Chicago, Chief of Saturday, May 27-Michliganl vs
the Geological Survey. He secored Northwresternl, Athletic Field, 3 p. 15.
Iis position througil influeiitial
friendo at Washinlgton. Somse of the Funlny college veroe ill the Mocho-
more promnlen~t menHill the expedi- annsan
tion are Prof. W. H. Brewer, of POSITIVELY 'All sittings for thle
Yais, John Blurrougiho the sWell. Lawe class photoImust be toads be-
known author, Dr. W. H. Haet- fore June 1. i. IRANDALL. 74
note, Dr. J. Elliott of the Marshlai
Field Museuml~, Gee. Bird Grinnll The Psi U's odefeated tile Dekes
editor of .Forest und Sfreaom, Prof. in a sell ployed gaiie yesterdaty by a
WV. E. Hitter of Caiifornlia Univer- score of 9too 6. Camipbell & Dwight
sity, and Prof. Wiii. Treleaoe, Direc- swersethebattery for the Dekes loud
for iif tile Miooouri Botanicati Garden. C sultils asnd 1\eilhop for the Psi U's.
II Rentschlcr, the Ilb'otographct. i

THE 500
GRAPHAPHONE
Toat w ell inow
TALKS, SINGS atod PLAYS
The sane as the higer-riced Macinles,
ard 8U01S TH5E SAE 0REtCORtDS.
THE SCHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
No. 114 W. Liberty St.
0. M. MARTIN..
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
idenie 302 FifthiiAre
MIRTM alocs!
Win. Arnold, Leading
The Only Full Line of
Lowney's Chocolates
In the City, Just Received by
338 So State Strest.
OUR PHOTOS
..ARE...
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
THE
Berryman Studio
1 I12 West Huron St.
Stair Phn t19,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New Yorh - Chiag.
ATHLETIC GOODS.
Official outitters to all the leading colleges
schools and athletic clabs ofi the csuntry.
The Spalintg Biclen, ridden by te
Intercolegiate A. . A. A. Chaso pions, and
all the leadinsg colele rider. lEery tReqi-
site on Base Bal, boot Ball, Gl, Tennis
iAthletics, ymonasissui.
I Spalding's Official League Ball
Is theOfficial lll of the Nation~al ~eagan
acd ol the leaingsco::lege tssctiots.
lasdsossr Catalogoe 01 Athletic Sports
F'ree to any address.
Spalding's ofical IBas Bal Gide for le99,
Mlarchs 30 10 Cets.
A. . SPALDING & BROS., Newn Sak, Chicago
The Hocking Valley Ry.
I Only Lia la Hseng Unon emn potsin
BothmTldlo and Clnmus.
NO TRtANSFERS TO ANY POINT.
3 lona rain Setweeta 3
Above Cities. 3
S ates always the lowest and accom-
d modations tile bet.
Fo aticulars call on loctl agents, or
address L. W. IANI)MAN,
Gen' rto. Agt., 67l Woodwtrd ave.,
Detroit, Mi.
NMPORTANT NOTICE.
U.OF M. S'1'I)N S are
wanted by a reltable educational in-
stitution, to represent them. No books.
tDrawing acct advanced.
Address JAS. TI. WOOD WARD.
E91 East Adans. DTROI, MICt

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ALL STYLES$35
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FACTORY: BROCKTON, MASS. Near Cook Hoase

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