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THE UNIVERSITY,.QI' . MICHIGAN DAILY.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. 3

THE THE
M " $ .50 ANWEAR-WELL
GOODSPEED'S,
m9 S. MALI ST.

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STUDENTS' LAUNDRY-
ASSOCIATION.
WM. VOUGHT-WM. R. FOX,
AENT FOR
THE GRAND LAUNDRY,
OF DETROIT.
The best high grade laundry In the State. The
only machine domestic finish in the West.
Glove fnish also given. All work promptly,
neatly and carefully done.
The Excelsior Laundry Co.,
OF KALAMAZOO.
Collars.... ................1 Cent
Cuffs.....................3 't
Shirts........,................8 "
Either fnish. Satisfaction guarantee. G.oe
se a trial
Office 202 S. State at. Residence 610 Lawrene t..
New State Phone. 441.
MIGflI6RN 6FNTR~L
"The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect Aug. 14, 1898.
Mail and Express ........... . 3 47 P. M.
N. Y. & Boston Special ..............4 18
Fast Eastern ................943"
Atlantic Express.. ...7 45 A. .
Detrot Night Express .1.....655
Grand Rapds Express . 1110
GOING WEST.
Mal & Express.. ... 158 A. .
Boston. N. . & Chcago...... 8 11
Fast WesternExpress. .... 1138r.
G. R. & Kat. Exress... .....5 45"
Chicago Night Express. . 4.3
Pacific Express ......... .12 30 A. M.
. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
e. P. & T. Agt, Chicago. Agt Ann Arbor
r v
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, May 7, 1898.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
'sd Tine.
NORTH SOUTH
:43 A. . 1.:0 A. .
" 12:40sP. . 11:2A. M.
4:56 P. M. 8:40 P. M.
t:55A. M. 18:05 P. M.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
IThese trains on Snday only and ran be-
twen Toledo and Howell. All other trains
daily except Sunday.
E.S. GILMORE, Agent.
A. W. BENNETT, G. P. A.
DETROIT, YPSILANTI & ANN AR-
BOR RAILWAY.
Cars leave for Detroit at a quarter
after every hour, beginning at 7:15 a.
us. and up to 11:15 p.mus. For Ypsilanti
at a quarter before the hour up to 12:45
a. Is. Cars leave corner Huron and
Main Sts. Tickets on sale at Brown's
Drug Store.
...THE...
KINDERGARTEN
CIGAR STORE
Carries over 75 brands of Tobacco, 50 brands lo
Cigars sd 30 brands of Cigarettes. A chace
ea a Pipe free with every prchase.
102 E. HURON ST.

THE ORIGINAL Students! StudentsI . . ALL .
If dissatisfied with your laundry service come
to the
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
A. F. COVERT, Prop., 209 E. Wash. St. M
Telephone No. 211, 2 Rings.
hScellent Work and Quick Service Guaranteed. AT LOWEST RATES.
ALARM CLOCKS, $1.00. SHAEBERLE MUSIC STORE
ARE NOW ON SALE AT U. OF M. PINS, 50 Cenats. 114 West Liberty Street, Ann Arbor.
Only 3 doors from Main Street.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty,

UUWN' SUHUU STOIL J. L. CHAPMAN,
FRESH -EVERY WEEK. 206 Soute Main Street

CALENDAR.
Saturday, Oct. 29. -Michigan
'Varsity vs. Michigan Alumni, at
Regents' Field.
Answer to Criticisms.
Some critisms have been made in
regard to the management of the
crowd at the Riley entertainment,
Friday evening. I beg the privilege
of answering our critics through your
columns.
In the first place it is said the
doors should have been opened earlier
before the people lost patience in
waiting. However, it had been thor-
oughly advertised that the doors
would be opened at 7:15, and they
were opened when advertised. People
came earlier expecting to wait out-
side, and have no one but themselves or
providence to blame if they did stand
in the rain. If arrangements had
been made to open the door at 7 or
6:30 the crowd would have been
there that much earlier. To open
the doors, contrary to the advertise-
ment at 7 o'clock was impossible for
several reason-. p In -the .first place
thirty ushers and six ticket inspectors
and ticket sellers had been notified
before hand to be present at 7. They
were on hand and ready to open the
doors as arranged, but not in time to
open them at 7. In the second place
Mr. Riley's representative received a
percentage of the door receipts and
had an absolute right to be there at
the opening of the doors at 7:15. He
was there then, but not at 7 o'clock,
and the management had no right to
open the doors earlier. As to the
handling of the crowd by the ushers,
we believe it was well done, and wish
to commend Mr. Hodge for his work.

We know of no way by which it is
possible to make sixteen hundred
people entirely comfortable in a hall
with a seating capacity of only about
thirteen hundred. We acknowledge
however, our limited experience in
handling large assemblages, but we
shall do our best, and shall be very
grateful for practicable suggestions
from more experienced and more
capable persons. 1.
We wish to add one more word in
answer to those who find so frequent
and apparently so delightful an oc-
cupation in berating the students as
a gang of hoodlums. No doubt there
was crowding at the door, but not
worse we believe than would have
been the case by any other class of
people. There was crowding because
it was known that the hall was inad-
equate. The same thing occurs, un-
der similar circumstances, in any
town and among any class. We re.
gret very much that we are com-
pelled to hold our lectures in a hall
so unsuited to the purpose. But the
hall is the best one available. Under
the present circumstances our patrons
will possibly have to put up with
some discomfort for one more num-
her. Meantime we ask their leni-
ency. Respectfully,
J. STUART LATHERS,
President.
Miss Gilling, vice-president of the
sophomore class, has appointed the
following cane committee: Fred
Fredlund, Otto C. Marquardt and
Forest H. Lancashire.
The Waldo Mandolin that the Ann
Arbor Music Co. carry is certainly a
wonderful instrument; beautiful tone.
If you are going to buy, examine
them by all means.

s M .MARTIN..
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 200 Fourth
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Bee.
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
Wm. Arnold i'''''"g
n A d Jeweler
GET YOUR
LUNCHES
AT
We W. TUTTLE'S
338 So. State Street.
OUR PHOTOS
.. .A4R E..r,
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
THE
Berryman Studio
1 12 West Huron St.
State Phone 119,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
TheName theGuarantee.
FOOT BALL
S UPP LIES
Official outfitters to all the
leading college, school and
athletic club teams.
Spalding's Official Inter-
collegiate Foot Ball
Used exclusively by Yale, Princeton, Harvard
Pensylvania. Cornell sod all other leading
colleges and universities.__Managers should oprenascaprnrsr rern

. f
lTentscbler, the jjbotographer.
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IfltOGOllgiat6 Burau 01 tGad6niG Gostum .
GOTRELL & LEONARD.
ALBANY, N. Y.
Caps, Gowns, and Hoods made to order and rented. Also Class
Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
W. C. KERN, Western Mngr.,
Maakell tuseum, Univ. of Chicago.
f Ever kind.
8ANOALL, TNE PJQTOQRAPIER. OA L . STAEBLER,
119 West Washington Street
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR. Both Phones, No.108. Ann Arbor.

write for prices and samples before ordering
elsewhere. Spalding'sOfickial Foot Ball Gutdo.
edited by Waiter Camp. Records, photo-
graphs of leading teams,1898 rules, w tb in-
dex and explanatory notes, SOo.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS., New York, Chicago
booer's bLndiry ARonc
At News Stand, 607 E. William St.
Give me a trial. First class work and
prompt service.
PAUL MEYER.
F. J. SCHLEEDE,
340 S. State St.,
Bins s osfnr 2. and upwards, and sel
WaterumanFontain Foss fnr $1.25S adP.
All Linen Paper.4 lbs. for 50c.
Finest: Statlonery In the city at lowest prieu.

WE PATRONIZE 'OODVEA'S DRUG STORE.

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