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January 19, 1898 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1898-01-19

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THE. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAIL'Y.

Great Redviction Sale - For Onle Week Only

SWEATERS
GLOVES .
GOLF HOSE

$4.50 for $3.45--$4.00 for $3.00
$3.50 for $2.85--$2.00 for $ 1.39
$2.00 for $1.87--$1.75 for $1.49
$ 1.50 for $1.42--$1.00 for 6i9c
$2.25 for $1.75--$1.75 for $1.50
$1.50 for $1.25-$1.00 for 89c

Neckwear, $1 for 63c-75c for 43c
Fancy Hose, 75c for 63c==5Oc for 43+c
Fancy Shirts--the biest 94c
COMBIN ATIO1N UNDERWEAR

PAJAMAS «* IN OUTING FLANNEL........

MAIN STREET, S. M A C K d& C OQ MAIN STREET, S.

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You want a Mando-
dolin, Guitar or
Banjo, don't you
You want the price
right, don't you*
SEE OUR WINDOW.
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO2
205-207 E. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR*
Time Table, SundayS~ept, 5, 1897.
"TIME TABLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
N05TH. SOUTH.
8:43 ai.. 7:15 am'
*12:15 a. m. 11:11a.m.
4:46p.m. 8:05p.m.
eRon between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
E.S. GILMORE, Agent
W. H BENNETT 5. P-. A. 'Toledo 0.
The Niogaras Falls Route."r
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
EAST. - WEST.
Hall :and Ex.dl4 B., N. Y , Chii---. 512.
N.Y, Special._4,55 Maill .0------9181
G. Rt.Express ---!1,10'Paciic Ex.---123)
*N. S Limited-_--8'IS P.M.
Eastern Ex. ---9 47 Western Ex----.0 385
AM. GR. & KEx -.. 555I
D. N."Express-.-_5 50 Chi. Nt. Ex.---74d7
Atlantic Ex..7e 05
*North Shore Limited is an extra fair train
to be a charge of $2L50 to New York than on
other trains.
0. W. RcooGLSno H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T Agt., Chicago. Ant., Ann Arbor
CAN FU NISH MUSIC Of FIRST-CLASS.
Orders for all Fraternity parties, club
dances. etc. Leave orders at Ann Arbor
Basic Co. or at lesidence,1710 Geddesoave.
P. S. - Will ;take popiln on Piano and is
ight reading at above namsd.Places.
A. J . Johnston.
. of M. Shaving Parlors andliath Rooms
~3si:SOUTH STATE 'STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing up stairs
Old friends tall again. We welcome new
fnes. J. 5LTIOJANOWSKiI.
E3NOCHI DIETERLJ3,;
EJIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Calls'AtteneclDayor Nighi.
So. 1ie East Liberty Street: Residence, 53
Soutot rth Ave: Phone 128.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER.
WASHINGTON BLOCK, ANN. ARBOR,
DROP IN AND GjET ONE....
-OF--
SID W.. MILLARD'S
Football Calendars for s898.

P. ~ SCLEED. 'HRISMAS
30S. STATE STREET CHIT A Take home one of,
Bnok Binding...... ...2 cents and 09 cur U. of M." Pins or
Solid Gold Fountain Peaso .....1.00 and op. o0fl1 other novelty in
Waterman and Wint Pens in stock and
Pens Repairsd our hIi e.
Wholesale and Retail Paper. B1/s lbs. of Lin- as. .xs. LEADIeNGs
en Paper for 50c. TV . rnld nJWEER
BROWN"' DRUG STRaE
CORNER MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Is the place to buy Dissecting Instruments and all thing needed for
Bacterology, Pathology. Histology, Etc., Etc.
'ww"""PRIOBS RIG3HT. ,.

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Century Magazine Prize Offer.
With the aimn of tens'oiog;;lng lite'r-
:ry activity among college gradnates
The Centnry 'Magazinc offers to give
annually, duriiig four successive years,
three prizcs of $250 earl:. openl to ;the
conmpetition of ipersonis Who recrive
the degree of Bachelor of Arts in :iny
Cllege 'or university ini the T.ni:lte
States during the coinimneniouit sies-
oons of 1897, 1898, 1899 our)11100. Tice
pizles are given as follows:
One for the best.nietriral o ~riling ofI
110ot fewver than tifty lilies.
jOne for the best essay ini the field
of biography, history or literary criti-
cisn:, of nuot ffewer thall foor tiisusand.
woirds or more than eight thousand.
0110 fsr the bsest story of not fewer
thau four tlhousatnd words oi' more
than eight ticusaiid.
(Competitors mrust onh::::t iypewvrii
ten lmanuscriptl 0n or before June ist
oif 1120 year succeesing graduaton.
The toalluscript oheuld be addressedi
to the Etditor of the: Century, sil!
should 'be signed by ai pen-nanme, the
namve and address of author shlld
be placed in a separate sealed enve.-
lope, The manuscript must be writ.
ten .after grnidnatiou :iud mutst not
htave ibeen prevwiously published. T1hy
editor withhiolds the rigiit of 11(t
aw-ardifng the prize ill any class ill
ease no manluscript is thionght worthy
of the prize. The Century Magaztoc
reserves, the right to print tile prize

liahluscritst without furthewr p aymenat,
the copyright to revert to the author
three isissitlis after the dasle of isubl2-
ration lit the Miagazine. Requests
hove beeni niade to illow persons with
the degree of P11. B. to cuntt ete, but it
has been decided not to extend lie
comntetitions ro such lpersonis.
CALENDARC.
tFridaiy, lIM. 21-4Webster '8oeict-
Atnnual Banquet.
Frido~y, tanl. 21-- Webster Society,
Anisual Bainquet at Elks Hail.
Saturday, Jan. 22-Leland T. Pow-
ers in University Hail.
Thursday, Jan. 27-Joint meeting of
Philological aod 1'llilosoiltciSssc:e-
ties at Lecture Rhoon:, Tappaii Hall.
Fridaiy, .:Jan. 28-Final UiiverslyS
Debate in Pu1irVersilyHal
Saturday, Jan. 29--Book-cr P. Wa sh-
ington i Universi ty Hall.
F'ridlay, Feb. l8Junior Hop Ila W iter-
i:,"an itymlosiui.
Theses neatly typewrittenl, 3 cenlts
per folio (twvo espies). Call on or ad-
tross S. A. t-tarper, 127 7. Liberty
St. 7C.
All kinds of reporting. done. Lec-
tures' or speeches .taken; these -writ-
ten; copies malde anld furnished
promptiy. CIHAS PNGETHA RD.
TO RN T-Front ,1a:1 side suites,
niodern Improvemlenits. 727 E. Univer-
sity_ ave.

FULERBILORS
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.
Work called for and delivered.
8312 5. STATE ST.. over Rtosey's.
Phone No. 214, New State.
0. M. MARTIN,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Embalming a Specialty.
NO. 9209 FOURTH AVENUE.
Ambulance night or day.
Residence, 3012P1ifth Avenue.
ANTON TEUFEL,
Trunsks, V.alises. Dress Suat CasesasSt
Telescopes.
Trunks and Valises repaired neatiy sad
cheaply. No. 307 S. Male Sireet
U F. M. Goods.
HALLER'S Jewelry Store.
Lowney's Chocolates
W.r W. TUQTTLE'S, M~t.
ALLEORETIS, If you wish.
KO A LI[
ALL 0RADE5 OP
HIARD. SOFT, CANNEL AND
SMIOKELESS COAL.S
AND COK1F..
M. STAIBBILE'r,
1ll9XV. Washington Street. "Phone S
rT LARGEST lMANUACRERStOFuseAvoLenac
AND BItYCLESUPorrS eAsD U Teonsa
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
"The Name the Guarantee.'
Official Outfiters to she Leading College, Ath.
letic Club and Scbool Teams of she U.:S.
Every Requisite for Base Ball,.
Athletic Sports and Pastiimes.
The Spalding Official League Ball
Adopted by National, Minor,. College saw*
School tLeagues
Batse Bail Uniforms, Bass, Gloves,
Mits, Chest Proiectors, Shoes, Etc.
THE SPALDIIN6 CHAINLESS BICYCLE I 8
i THlE SPALINIC BLUE RACER (Chain) M.899
THE SPAILDIN6I ROAD WHEEL'" 1 MOELS

UCniversity School of Dancing,
Slate Street, opposite Law Building.
Terms $5.00 a semester - - Single evenings 5.3 cents,
Ofllce-427 Thompson Street.

Sendb
New Voi
Ch'icago

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KINDbERGARTEN, zQuoSt.
Call and See Us,

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PIENEW LOT OF
..Washbutrns..
Just received.
Lowest prices on STRINGS and TRIM-.
uINS gorall Instruets.
SOHAEBERLE'S MUSIC STORE~
114' Weot Liberly'st., Ann Arbor.

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