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May 10, 1898 - Image 3

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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 Stocxs, 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 & OMPANY.

r slat~ohi ihto own a Banjo or
in that has a tone to
net thn most exacting critic,
buy the
WO
OF
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO
206-207 E. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR
me Table, Sunday, Sept, 5, 1897.
TIME TABLE:
Trainsleave Ann Arbor by Central Standacrd
Time.
NORTH. nOUTH.
8:43a.m. *7:30aSn.
*12:15 p. r. 11:20 a. n.
4:4 p. m. I 8:40 p. m.
*Ru, between Ann Arbor and Toledo only.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent
W. B BENNETT G. P A Toledo 0,
JVIGH ICAN ENTutL
The igagara Falls Route.''
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
Es.P. M. A. M
Mail and Ex...-..-3847 B, N.Y, Chi--... 8 12
N. Y, Special.--458 Mail--..........-8 98
N S Limited....8 10 Pacific Ex ---- 30
Eastern Ex.0--- 947 5P. a.
A. M. Western Ex.....-1 38
D. N. Express----5 50 GR. &IK.En- 551
Atlantic Ex. 110 Chi. Nt. Exl--7 47
G. R. Express--1110
*North Shore Limited is an extra fare train
and there in a charge f $2.50 to New York
more than on othectrains.
O. W. RU.onGEs, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt.. Ann Arbor
THE BUCKEYE ROUTE.
COLUMBUS, HOCKING VA LLEY AND TOLEDO RAILWAY
Is the only line from the Toledo Union
Station to Columbus and pointabeyond,
using Union depot terminals at Colom -
ban and'roans four fant express trains
daily between the points named, two og
them inthe un-precedented time of three
hours. Parlor cars on day trains, seats 25
cents; Pulman sleepers on night trains.
Students desiring unequaled facilities
are invited to une the Buckeye Roste and
nan obtain full particulars on application
to local ticket agents.'
E. It. DAVIDSON,
Dist. Pass. Agent; Toledo; or
W. H. FISHER, G. P. and T. A.
Columbiu Ohio.
01110 -ICNTRAL TLlNES
TBE DIRECT LINE TO

KINDERGARTEN, (swARS2 STEIN S
E Call and See Us,
A whole window full.
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER wAI
Telephone 10. ANN ARBORV= JEWELER

FULLER & BERANEK
TAILORS
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.
Work called for and delivered
3152 S. STATE ST. over Rosey's.
Phone No. 264,New State.

GRANGER'S ACADEMY. SCHOOL OF DANCING. 0. M. MARTIN,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Private Lessons Embalming a Specialty.
NO. 29 FOURTH AVENUE.
Ambulance night or day.
MR. OR MRS. ROSS GRANGER. BELL TELEPHONE 246. Residence, 302 Fifth Avenue.

Jofferson vs. Alpha Nu. The students of Vale University have
The Jeffersonian debating team, con- presented the war department with two
Maxim guns to be placed in the bow of
sisting of S. Sanger, A. J. Lacy and
the U. S. auxiliary cruiser= 'Yale.",
Otis Huff defeated the Webster Society Brass plates will be fastened to the
in debate. Wisner, Brown and Bowers
rarracv~nl aAX~ 1,~a, r~a sffa~_guts bearing the following insetription-

represented the Webster. The Jeffer-
sonians have now selected a team con-
sisting of S. Sanger, D. F. Dillon and A.
J. Lacy and challenge all comers for
University championship.
The Alpha Nu has accepted the Jef-
fersonian's challenge.
Class Bass Ball.
At the meeting of class baseball
managers and captains yesterday after-
noon it was decided to run off the
games the latter part of next week,
while the 'Varsity team is away on its
trip. A resolution was passed in favor
of excluding professionals from class
teams. It is probable that ten teams
will compete for the championship-
4 Lit, 3 Law, 2 Medic and 1 Dent.
Enlist at the Armory.
The State Military board has desig-
nated an offiecr to enlist students in
a University Volunteer company, to be
enlisted in the volunteer service of the
United States. Enlistments will be re-
ceived today, Tuesday, May 10, at the
armory, between the hours of 10 and 12
a. m. and 3 and 5 p. m. The company
will be composed of students of mili-
tary age, who are residents of the state
of Michigan.

"Presented to the
"United States Cruiser 'Yale'
"by the students and graduates of
"Yale University."
To stick Rubber use MAJOR'S RUB-
B.R CEMENT. Beware ?t? ? ontt
take a substitute.
Prof. Percy Gardner will lecture at
4:11 p. mo. today at Tappans hall on "Ox-
ford University;" free.
Children's Carnival Tuesday, May 10,
evening; at Granger's. Assembly for
grown persons at 9.
GOOD BOATING up the river. Boats
is sent day and evenissgs at U. of Mt.
boat house. fot of N. Main st. tf
FRENCH.
Students desiring to remove their con-
ditions (especially Course 2. June, '97)
will have a chance on Saturday, May
21, at 8 a. in., in Room 5, T. H.
V. E. FRANCOIS.
TEACHERS WANTED FOR NEXT
SEPTEMBER.
Physics and8Chemistry (man) for
Rich. M. S., $800.
Three H. S. Prins., $1,000, $1,200,
$2,000.
H. S. Assistant (woman) English,
$600.
Girls' Coll. Prep. Sch., Latin and
Greek, $450 and home.
We have very many other vacancies
and are getting them every day. Al-
bert & Clark Teachers' Agency, Pull-
man Bldg., Chicago. The oldent and
largest in= the West. Thirteenth year.

CAN FURNISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS.
Orders for all Fraternity parties, club
dances, etc. Leave ordern at Ann Arbor
Music Co.orat Residence,1710GEddesyave.
P. S,.-Will take popiln on Plans and in
sight reading at above named Places,
A. J .Johnston.
U. of M.Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing up stairs
Old friends call agaln. We welcome new
ones. J. R. TROJANOWSKI,
Lowney's Chocolates
-GO TO-
W. W. TUTTLE'S, t
ALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
T ANlDE~S,
TO RENT.
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM
One door east of American House.
Both Phones, No. 8.
TnE LARGEsT MANUFACTURERS OF ATLeTIo
AND BICYCLE SUPPLIES AND UNIFORMs
INTHEWORLD..-.-
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
"The Name the Guarantee."
Official Outfitters to the Leading College, Ath-
letic Club and School Teams of the U. S.
Every Requisite for Base Bal
Athletic Sports and Pastimes.
The Spalding Official League Bal
Adopted by National, Minor, College an d
School Leagues.
tKamp Ball Ufniforms, Bans, Gloves,
NI e. Chest Proteetors, Shoes, Etc.
THE SPALDING CIAINLESS BICYCLES 18
THE SPALDINC BLUE RACER (Chain) MOD
THE SPALDING ROADWHEEL " ELS.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue of all
Athletic Sports,
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New York - Chicago
"War Songs"! Coon Songs"I t
Sousa's Xarches"!
Latest Muic for Piano, and other'
Instruments.
Finest assortment of Guitars and
Mandolins, Strings and Trim-
minas. Lowest Prces. 1

University School of Dancing
STARESTREET, o'PosrrE LAW BUILDING.
Programe Party, with Orchestra Music, every atx -diy Evenin g.
Private Lessons by appointment. - Office, 427 Thompson s}.
ENOCH DI3TERLE,
EF1BALMER AND FUNERAL'DIRECTOR
Calls Attended Day or Night.
No. 161 East Liberty Street: Residence,_83 _

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