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April 30, 1898 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1898-04-30

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
See Our Swell Display- of Summer Neckwear !
For Quality, Correct Styles, and Square Prices-We are the "Onliest."
AN EXCLUSIVE LINE OF WASHABLE NECKWEAR, Madras, Cheviot, Ginghams, in
Combination StocKs, Ascots, Strings and 4-in-hands.
Alfred Benjiman's, Fancy Vests, Crash and Cloths-swell patterns.
We can fit you in any style of gloves. Our $1.50 Gloves are especially strong. Ask for
"No. 30 Every pair guaranteed.
TRY US. TRY US
MACK & COMPA NY.

If you wih to own a Banjo or.
Mandoiln that has a tone to
suit the most exacting critic,
buy the
Waldo
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO
205-207 E. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR''
me Table, Sunday, Sept, 5, 1897.
TIME TABLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
NORTH. S0UTH.
8:43 a.m. *730am
*12:15 p. m. 11:250a. m.
4:40p.M. .8:40p.m.
*Rurn between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
E. S. GILMORE, Agent
W. H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0.
MICHIGAN GENTRAL
ThNiagara FallS
Central btandard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.,
EAST.
Mail and Ex..3...3 47 BN. Y, Chi-... 312
N.Y. Secia-.4 5 Mal---------
*N. S Lmted .... 8l1 PacIfic En-....1230
Eastern Ex...... . r47 E .n.
A. M. Western Ex...-38B
D N.Express.._50 G.E.&K.Ex - 55
Atlantic En...7 30 Chi. Nt. En!.---7 47
G.R. Express-..- _110
*Nnorth Shore Limited in an extra fare train
and there is a charge ofs 2.50 to New Yorh
more than on other trains.
O. W. RUGGLES, . W. HAYEs,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt.. Ann Arbor
THE BUCKEYE ROUTE.
COLMBUSI HOCKING VALLEY AND TALEI0 HAILWAY
Is the only line from the Toledo Union
Station to Columbus and points beyond,
using Union depot terminals at Com-
bus and rots foor fast express trains
daily between the points named, two of
them inthe un-precedented time of three
hours. Parlor cars on day trains, seats 25
tents; Pu.man sleepers on night trains.
Students desiring unequoaled 'facilities
are invited to one the Buckeye Route and
nan obtain foil particolams no appication
to local ticket agents.
E. R. DAVIDSON,
Dist. Pass. Agent, Toledo; or
W. II. FISHER, G. P. and T. A.
Columbu, Ohio.
01110 CENTRAL LI E
THE DIRECT LINE TO
Cincinnati Columbus.
Dayton Marietta.
Urbana Athens
Springfield Xiddleport
and Charleston, W. Va.
Through trains with..Sleeping and
Drawing Room Cars from Detroit
end Toledo.

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KINDERGARTEN,i .Hn STEINS!
Cal and See US.
A whole window full.
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER .Arnold
Telephone 'O. ANN ARBOR JWET

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FULLR & BERAN K,
'T TAILORS
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.
Work called for and delivered
31t8. STATE ST.. over toseys9.
Phone No:24, New State.

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GRANGER'S ACADEMY.
Private
MR. OR MRS. ROSS GRANGER.

SCHOOL OF DANCING.
Lessons-
BELL TELEPHONE 246.

At the Theatre. Punting Preliminaries.
Roland Reed comes to the Athens Preliminaries in the punting and drop
kicking contest were held at Regents
Theater next Tuesday evening, May 3,
and will be seen as Fosco Wales in Field yesterday afternoon. Hannan,
"A Man of Ideas." Caley, Dye, Weeks, easpar, Smith,
The attraction at the Athens Theater, Stectles, Lehr and Allen were the con-
Friday, May 6, will be "Darkest Amer- tEstants. In the finals the best five of
lca," a new stage production, the aim the above named will compete. The
of which is to depict negro life in slav- judges, John Duffy, Nate Duffy and E.
cry and freedom. The actors are all
P. De Pont have not yet selected these
genuine negroes. and surely ought to
play the characters to perfection as five.
they live their life over in the scenes The day was hardly ideal for the
on the stage. Singing and dancing form contest, the high wind which blew frono

a greater part of the entertainment.
Several novelties will be introduced
among the most prominent of which
is a colony of camp meeting shouters,
several hoodoo charm workers, 40 or
more buck and wing dancers, a bevy
of creoles, Henderson Smith's brass
band, Oscar Lindsay's orchestra and
the Inimitable Pickaninnies.
NOTICE.
Co. A Reserves will drill Monday,
Thursday and Friday afternoon at the
armory.
TO RENT-The whole second floor in
the Minder block, corner Main and Lib-
erty streets. Well adapted for a law-
yer's, physician's or dentist's office.
inquire at 112 E. Liberty st. 57

the west interfering. In the punting
each contestant was given live trials.
Of these an average was taken of the
highest three. Distance, accuracy and
form were taken into consideration. In
distance Lehr did the best work, aver-
aging 160 feet. His best punt was 62
yords. Weeks was second with an aver-
age of about 158 feet and Hanna third
averaging over 151 feet.
The apportionsmen t of electors for
the Students' Lecture Asosciation is
as follows:
Law department, 8; literary d'epart-
ment, 7; medical department, 3; dental
department, 1; homeopathic department,
1._

0. M. MARTIN,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Embalming a Specialty.
NO. 209 FOURTH AVENUE.
Ambulance night or day.
Residence, 302 Fifth Avenue.
CAN FURNISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS.
Orders for all Fraternity parties, club
dances, etc. Leave orders at Ann Arbor
Music Co. orat Residence,1710 Gtddes ave.
P. S. - Wiii tate pupils on Plato and in
sight reading a above named Places.
A. J .Johnston.
U. of M. Shaving Parlors anld.Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing up stairs
Old friends rail again, We welcome new
ones. J. R. TROJANOWSK.
POR -. o
Lowney's Chocolates
GO TO-
SW..TUTTLE'state St.
ALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
TANDEMS
TO RENT.
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM
One door east of American House.
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letic Club and SchootTeams of the U. S.
Every Requisite for Base Ball,
Athletic Sports and Pastimes.
The Spaldins Official League Ball
Adopted by National, Minor, College and
School Leagues.
Base Ball Uniforms, Bats, Goves,
Milts, Chest Protectors, Shoes, Etc.
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Instruments.
Finest assortment of Guitars and
Mandolins. Strings and Trim-
nings. Lowest Prices.
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114 West Liberty sI., AssArbor.

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Uiversity School of Dancing
sTALE STREET, OPPOSITE LAW SUILDIG.
Programe Party, with Orchestra Music, every Saturday Evening.
Private Lessons by appointment. - Office, 427 Thompson St.
ENOCH DIETERLE,
EnBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Calls Attended Day or Night.
No. 16 East Liberty Street; Residence. 533
Sosith Fourth Ave. Phone 115.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER, E T
WASHINGTON STREET . ANN ARBOR I

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