THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
1 9S. MAIN ST.
M HI GE NI TI l L ALARM CLOCKS, $1.00. Students ! Students!
U. OF M. PINS, 50 Cents. If dissatisfied with your laundry service come
"The Niagara Falls Route." FineWatch Repairinga Specialty, EXCE tLSIOeLAUNDRY
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. A. F. COVERT, Prop., 209 E. Wash. St.
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898. J. L."CHAPMAN.Telephone No. 211,2 Rings.
206 Soute Main Street Excellent Work and Quick Service Guaranteed.
Mail and ExpresG G. .........3 t7 p. M.
t i c & ap ea........A....4 5 Duty
AtacExrs............45AY.tit Nierht Eciress........ 5 55" Yo r F st D y
G a d Rapids E pes . ......... 11
GOpNG WEST. after securing your room is to
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least Western Express ................13K P M. address at BROWN'S DRUG STORE
ac & iht press........ ... . IT'S FREE. . .. Cor. Main and Huron Sts.
Pacific Express ......................12 30 A. M.
0. W RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Ag't, Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor CAL ENDAR. "Actai the Girl."
Taking Effect, May 7, 1898.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand-
Ord Tin e.
8:43 A. M. *:30 A. M.
*a12:40 .xM. 11:25 A. M.
t 9:05 A. M. +8:05 P.ao.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
tThese trains on Sanday only andruan be-
tween Tcledo and Hcwell. All cther trains
daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
H. W. BENNETT, G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
Cars leave for Detroit at a quarter
after every hour, beginning at 7:15 a.
on. and up to 11:15 p. m. For Ypsilanti
at a quarter before the hour up to 12:45
a. m. Cars leave corner William and
Main Sts. Tickets on sale at Brown's
Cariesaover 75erands of Tobacco brandso
Cigars and 30 hrads oftCigarettes. A chance
on a Pipe free with every purchase.
102 E. HURON ST.
U. of Mv. lliavina Parlors and~ Bah Rooss
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing tsp stairs. Old
friendscall again. We welcome newones.
J. R. TROJANOWSKI.
IS A SCIENCE_. ..
We Guarantee Our Work.
WAbREN THE BARBER.
THE MODEL of State Street
BARBE SHOPis DuN & EoLv's
BARBER SHOP I you desire
first-class work and courteous treatment
try George and Harry at 332 S: State St.
No. 16i E. Liberty Street. Residence 583 S.
Fourth Ave, Phone 129.
Saturday, Oct. 22.-Michigan vs.
Friday, Oct. 21.-Jas. Whitcomb
Riley on the S. L. A. Course.
Notice to First Year Students in
the Literary and Engineering
By action of the Board of Regents,
froi November 1, 1898, two hours a
week of attendance on the instruc
tion of the Gytmnasium are required
of all first year students of the Liter-
ary and of the Engineering Depar-
ttents. All students having less
than thirty hours' credit at this time
are regarded as first year students.
Classes will be formed at the fol-
For men-11 to 12, 4 to 5, 5 to 6,
8 to 9.
For women (in the Women's Gym-
nasium): 11 to 12, 3 to 4, 4 to 5,
5 to 6.
Students are sdirected to report at
once for physical examinations as
Acting Director Fitzpatrick will
examine men any day from 2 to 4,
or 7 to 9.
Doctor Mosher will make the ex-
aminations of women any day from
9 to 12, or from 1 to 5.
JAMES B ANGELL.
Candidates for Teacher's Diploma
in June, 1899.
All candidates for the teacher's
diploma in June, 1899, who have
not already done so are requested
immediately to report their names to
Manager Lisemer is to be con..
gratulated on the fact that he has
secured for the Athens tonight that
splendid drama, "The Girl I Left
Behind Me." This play is one of
the few of its kiad that demonstrates
that a melodrama need not be neces-
sarily replete with bombast, rant and
absurdities of speech and event. 'The
Girl I Left Behind Me" is thorough-
ly rational, that is the secret of its
charm; it is thoroughly startling,
that is the secret of its great success,
not only at the Broadway Theatre, and
the Empire, but also at that old-
time playhouse, The Academy of
Music, where it was staged last in
" Unquestionably one of the
strongest plays with a war element
that has ever been put on the
stage is 'The Girl I Left Behind
Me. ' The proof of this is that it
has outlived many of those that
came after its advent. Every city
from the Atlantic to the Pacific has
seen the drama, and all have set the
seal of their approval upon it.'-
C. G. Roe, '99, vice-president of
the Delta Upsilon fraternity and M.
M. Hawkshurst, '99, delegate of the
Michigan Chapter, left Saturday
night for Philadelphia, where they
will attend the sixty-fourth annual
convention of the fraternity. Other
members of the Michigan Chapter
who will attend are H. B. Hoyt, '95,
and A. H. Zacharias, '99.
You can buy the tswo latest two-
steps, The Winning Card, or Stag
Party, of Ann Arbor Music Co.,
Washington St., for 19c each. 19
. . ALL . .
AT LOWEST RATES.
SHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
114 West Liberty Street, Ann Arbor.
Only 3 doors from Main Street.
0. M. MARTIN,
Embalming a specialty. No. 200 Fourth
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
idence 302 Fifth Are.
' MR" Pins~
Wm. Arnold L'adi"g
n A Jeweler
W. W. TUTTLES
338 So. State Street.
... ARE .
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
I I 2 West Huron St.
State Phone 119,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Tce Name the Guarantee.
Ohcia outfitters to alt the
eadn clege,xshool and
athetic clat teana.
Spalding's Official Inter-
'collegIate Foot Ball
Used exetauelyby YlPuctn acn
colleges and untversites. Managers shoulId
ewritecr prices andusamplex bsfcr ordering
tenhere. Spaldinga Ofiial oot Ball Oude,
edited by Walter Camp. Records. photo-
'graphs of leading teams, 1898 rules, wth .in-
dex and explanatory notes, 100
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At News Stand, 607 E. William St.
Give me a trial. First class work and
F. J. SCHLEEDE,
340 S. State St.,
Biode BooksefOn 25. sd upwadandsels
Waterman FountainPnsfor $1.25andup.
All Linen Paper,4 bs, for 50c,
Finest Stationery in the city at lowest price.
1RentsChter, the photographer.
InterGollegiate Bureau 01 RGadem1G Costume.
COTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBANY, N. Y.
Cape, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
W. C. KERN, Western Mngr.,
Haskell Museum, Univ. of Chicago.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER, OAL. Every.STAEBLER
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR. 119 West Washington Street
WSNT BOR BothPhones, No: 108. Ann Arbor.
WE PATRONIZE GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE.