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May 02, 1898 - Image 3

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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If you wih to own aBanjo or
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suit the most exacting critic,
buy the
Waldo
OF
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO
205-207 E. Washington St.
ANN ARBO]
me Table, Sunday, Sept, 0 1897.
TIME TABLE:
Trainsleave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Tinme.
NORTH. SOUTH.
8:43 a. m *7:300.a.n.
*12:15 p.m. 11:20 a. m.
4:40 p. as. 8:40 p. as.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
E. S. GILMORE, Agent
W. H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0.

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A whole window full.
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GRANGER'S ACADEMY. SCHOOL OF DANCINO.
Private Lessons
MR. OR MRS ROSS GRANGER. BELL TELEPHONE 246.
Six Models for 98 at $00. '97 Models, while they last at $50.
or Main and Huron

MIGH IGANGENTIAL
The Nagara Falls Route.''
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
RAST.
P. M. A. M
Mali and Ex......347 B, N. Y ,Chi.... 8 12
N.Y. Special.--4 58 Mail.---0--0.. 9 18
*. S Limited... 80 Pacific Ex.-- 30
Eatern Ex.0«947 Pal.
A. M. Western Ex---.1 38
D. N.,Express ....5 50 G. R. & K. Ex ... 5 51
Atlantic Ex......7 30 Chi. Nt. Exi..---7 47
G. R. Express .:110
*North Shore Limited is an extra faretrain
and there is a charge of $2.50 to New York
more than on other trains.
0. W. RUGnus, H. W. HAYES,
G. P.& T.Agt,, Chicago. Agt.. Ann Arbor
THE BUCKEYE ROUTE.
COilMIIS, OCCLNCVALL[Y All IQIE00 RAlLWAY
Is the only line from the Toledo Union
Station to Columbus and points beyond,
using Union depot :terminals at Colum-
bus ne runs tour fast express trains
daily between the points named, two. of
them in the un-precedented time of three
hours. Parlor cars on day trains, seats 25
sents: Pul.mansleepers on night trains.
Students drslring unequaled facilities
are invited to use the Buckeye Route and
can obtain full particulars on applcation r
to local ticket agents.
E. R. DAVIDSON,
Dist. Pass. Agent, Toledo; or
W. H. FISItER, G. P. andT. A.
Columbu, Ohio.
911 'INTRAL LNS
THE DIRECT LINE TO

At the Theatre.
Roland Reed comes to the Athens
Theater next Tuesday evening, May 3,
and will be seen as Fosco Wales in
"A Man of Ideas."
The scene of the play is laid in a
thriving western city, the first act
transpiring at the home of Fred Olney,
the young reform mayor of the town,
where an informal reception is under'
way. Among the guests is Fosco Wales,
a former resident of the town, who
has. grown wealthy in New York as
a manipulator and promoter. His re-
turn is for the purpose of securing a
franchise for a trolley road to connect
his native city with an adjoining
town, in order to enhance the value
of property he owns along the line of
the proposed road. He finds that the
mayor has old-fashioned notions that
the city should have some substantial
return when granting valuable fran-
chises to corporations. This puts a
peculiar phase upon Fosco's plans, and
he casts about for weak points in the
aldermanic board, and finally bribes
two apparently unsophisticated mem-
hers, Bramstoke and Woodbird.
He seeks some scheme to pierce the
m3yor's apparently .invulnerable ar-
mor. He is put into possession of what
he believes is a gigantic Weapon- when
Cumberland - Stine,- a Western youth,
suggests that Olney is in love with
who commands considerable money,
Alice, Wales' daughter. Wales ap-
proaches the -mayor. .with the proposi-

tion that if he signs the trolley license,
he will consent to his marriage with
Alice. Olney scors this attempt at
bribery, and Alice, who has overheard
the conversation, is inconsolable. -But
Wales is obdurate. Grace Marvel, a
fascinating widow with strong business
proclivities, a great friend of Alice's,
hears of Wales' resolution and deter-
mines to checkmate, not only his op-
position to Alice's marriage, but also
the whole trolley scheme. She discov-
ers his scheme with the aldermen and
holds this over him, much to his dis-
comfiture. The widow has been arrang-
ing an out-door performance of "As
You Like It," for a local charity, in
which she is to appear as Rosalind,
and she presses Fosco into the service
to play Jacques.
The second act is the lawn where
"As You Like It" is to be given, and
which Wales has selected as the loca-
tion of his power house. There has
been some discussion as to the proper
ownership of this plot of ground and
Wales has begun the demolition of the
buildings to circumvent action of other
parties. In the midst of his plans hid
architect is interrupted by Mrs. Mar-
vet's stage director and the people who
are to take part in the performance.'
After several amusing scenes there-]
hearsal is begun the. characters appear,-
ing in costume, and Wales is served
with an injunction restraining him from
doing any- further work on the power
house. The final act shows Wales sur-
rendered to the wiles of the widow, and
the Mayor and Alice made happy.

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