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May 04, 1898 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1898-05-04

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILYt.
See, Our Swell Display ofSummer*Neckwear!I
For Quality, Correct Styles, and Square Prices--We are the "┬░Onliest."
AN EXCLUSIVE LINE OF WASHABLE NECKWEAR, Mad.ras, Cheviot, Ginghams, in
Combination Stoc.Ks, ,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
"Noo. 30 Every pair guaranteed.
TI RY US. 'TRY Uis.
MACK,'PANY.M1

1ifyouwi~h to own a Banjo or
Mandoinstbat bus a tone to
suit the most exacting critic,
buy the
W.Valdo
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO
205-207 E. Washngton St.
AN -N A RBOq %R
me Table, Sunday, Sept, 5.189O7.
TIME TABLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
NO0RTH.SOUTHI.
8:43 a. m. '7:30 a. n.
*12:15 p. m. 11:20 a. m.
4:40p. M. 8:400p.m.
*Rua between Ana Arbor sod Toledo only
E. S. OILIOORE, Agent
Wf. H BENNETT 0. P. A. Toledo 0.
MIGjjHI GAK (U I"
The Niagara Falls Route."
Central tandard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
Maliand Ex...347 B,N. Y, Chi---- 8 12
N. Y. Special---4 50 Mail---- 0----918
*N S Limited----8 i0 Pacific Eu.----12 0
Eastern Ex.---9 d7 P.
A. M. Western Ex_.11 8
D. N. Express----5 50 G. R. & KEs._5
Atlantic F.x.. 7 30 Chi. Nt. Eu:.---7 47
G. R. Empress .-1150
*North Shore Limited is an exira fare train
und there is a charge -of $2.70 to New York
more than on otber trains.
I. W. RHUnoLES, H. W. I1AYESl,
G. P. I& T. Agt., Chicago. Aqt.. Ann Arbor
THlE BUCKEYE ROUTE.

KINDERGARTEN, ,o(NSTEINS!RS
Call and See Us,
A whole window full.
RENTSOHLER, III PHOT OR&PHEHwnR _ ~o~.LEADING
Telephone 1). ANNA'tItILSA ail JWEE
Six Models four'98 at 860. '9.7 Models, wh~le they last at.$5().
At.r.n'sDrg tore, Co 00I a 4Huron
'"13r(--\ Tn.s Drtgccore,

At the Theatre,
The B::rlington Ha:wkeye, :of Mi'rcb
2i, says: "in John Vogel's ,Darket
Ameerica,' which appeared at 0teBrand
Wednesday afternoon sod eveningo, the
amu~sement loving ipublic is give::a
'lean show of genuine negro wit, sing-
ing sod danceing. In fact, th~e enter-
tainment is more in the naturce of a
concert than a minstrel performan"e.
The first set is full of sweet melody
::nd the hust set concludes witS: an up-
So-dale satire, 'The Op~eratic B3all,"
w hich proved a great implrovement o:vec
the ann:,oncemen:tu generslly made oan
minstrel ipcograms, to concsde sithls
th~e side-splittin:g faree,' etc The oplera
was given in a creditable manner. the
leading vocalistn bring clever artists.
The chorus was large snd well hal-
anced." At the Athens Friday evelsing.

Outin:g fise Soyis fullf!1'the health-
ful sunoshine ond merry -sport :0 sprng.
The number open~s with "A May-SDay
Trouting," hy Georgia Roberts; the
frontispiece, ''A Boy of the Old Bri-
gade," illussrates Ed Wv. So':dys' "A
Bit of a Rliver"; A-'f'"roting We Did
0o," hr las. It. Ben:ton:, comp:letes the
piscatorial dlepartmen:t.- Other notabhle
f'eatur~es inclu:de "Outdoor Life at Wel-
lesley College," byr Joanetle A. Macho;
"Po:nies"; "Cyciling lRoundl About Old
:Ma:nhattan," b~y A. 11.oudfrey; "Rogue
Elepshansts," hy J. 1I:. Porter, a::d "A
Canoe Tell: With a Vensecance," by C:,.,
FredlericRssel. Ans excellent lbit .of
fello::, "tier P'hotograpi'," hy tosoe
D. Mitchell, acceptably tills that de-
partmnent. The nomber in text and act
sork is :oe of thse Pest ever pub:lished.
The annual ban:quet o~f the engineers
will heelheld next- Friday evening at
Prettynman's. P're'sidenst Hutchins and

FULLR & RE [Ii
'qw= w""TAILORS
Cleaning, Pressing sod Repairing.
Work called for snd delivered
3102 S. STATE SI'.. ever Itoseylis.
Phone No. 214, hew State.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Embalminlg u Specialty.
NO. BO9 FOURTH AVENUE.
Ambulance night or day.
Residence, 102 Fifth Avenue.
CAN FURNISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS,
Orders for all Fraternity parties, club
dances. etc. Leave orders at Ann Arbor
Mlusic Co. or at tRtsidence, 17100:eddes ave.
11 . .- Will take pupils on P'iano and in
sight rtadting at above named Pla:'ts,
A. J . Johnston.
U. of K. Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms
32 SOUTHI STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hlair Dressing op stairs
Old friends cal again. We welcome new
ones. 0.01. TIOJANOWSKT,
Lowney's Chocolates
-GO0TO-
W.W.,TUTT LE'SISote'St
ALLE GRETIS, if you wish.
TAN~LS
TO RENT.
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM
One door east of American Homee.
Both Pihones, No. 8.

COLIIMDOSI lACKING YALlEYI
In the only usne from t
Station to Columbus an'
using tUnion depot terny
bus and runs four fs.
daily between the point
thsem in theun-peceder
hlours.- Parlor cars on d.
cents; Puliman sleepers
Students d[ siring one
are invited to use .the Hi
nan obtain f uli particula
to iocal ticket agents.
E. It. D.
ist.1Pass. AN
W. It. FISHER, G. P.a
OHIO I13NTR
THE DIRECT
Cincinnati
Dayton
Urbana
Springfield -
and Charleston
Through trains wit
Drawing Room Cal
'And Toledo.

AN1OLD RIWA r. J. M. Trojanowuki, proprietor of various nmembers of th:e facuolty as well vonEsLARGEnST MANUF'ACTURSIOFOPATHLETIC
he Toledo Unio he 13. ofM. shaving parlors, svho was sse Isil 'odt bsecN TEWORLD.n...BOS
dpoints beyond, soufrunt stbekh's leg last Many distinguish~ed alumni ha:ve been A. G&. SPALDING & BROS. Clmivie n wl.b peet Tebn
st express trains January, is able to he about again and suti":s ftee'cl : h elg The Name the Cuarantee."
is named, two of 'qOll is oOnelottrthtoeShetesdoagthelegellAte
nted time of three may he foun~d at the old stand t': greet year, sod the onse Ibis year promises to Ofiilec Club andftesctheLeaig olOle U. S.
onay ttrains . hiea rinds be up to the usual sandoavt. All en-' Every 'Requisite for Base Ball,
ochaey-faRoutesnd gineers are invited to: be I ,reuenxt. Athletic Sprts and Pastimes.
ars on appication NOTICE.,etPoal tls The Spalding Official League Bal
LotPoal tgiilsum atThe '9t basebl candidatea gill re - St. oyeeinaMwaCifrtr Adopted by National, Miner, College and
AVIDSON, port at the gymnasium at 4 o'cloek thisSaudyenigaSgmChhtr-1 School Leagues
mgeet, Toledo; oP afternoon (Monday). oily pin. Finder wvil ooelvr eward Hase hall Unlformns,,Bans, Gloves,
and T. A. Si. H. COOLIDGE, Manager. by returning sanme to ,Sigmsa.Chi houses. Sill 1s, Chest Protectors, Shoes, Etc.
ColubuOh~o ______________________________________________________TIE SPALDING CHIAINLESS BICYCLES
GolumbuOhio.ITE SPALDIINC BLUE RACER (Chain) MDES
=ITE SPALDING ROADWHEEL " DES
.Athletic Sports,
AL LINES. ti e st c oo f D n i-g sAdfG.rSi tALUMdo&taoeaocal
Programe Party, with Orchestra Music, every Saturday Evening. New York - Chlungor
LINE TO Private Lessons by appointment. Office, 427 Th~onson st.'
Columbus "War Songs"? Coon Songs"!
Marietta 18NOCH DIETiRLE,'SossXaeB"
Athens ElIBALMERt AND PUBERAL DIRECTOR
Middlleport talls Atteaded Daysor Night. Latest Busic foe Plane, and other
Phoc ls. h * F~nst ntments
South F~ourth Ave. Phone--129.-.iMandolins, Strings and Trime
* mines. Lowest Prices.
tSleigand D~f~I TW Df~iRPE * CThe $CIIAEBESRLE lusic Stor1.
Ih Sleeping LN ) ltiTHE P tV5'RAPHER 5 . . -114 West Liberty at.. Aaa Arbor.
rs from Detroit WAGUIKDATI1M STFP~T ANNI ARRRr- + oflA r r

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