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May 27, 1898 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1898-05-27

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAIL'I.
Novelties in Spring Clothes
YOUNG MEN'S NATTY SCOTCH CHEVIOT AND SERGE SUITS, GOLF
SUITS, TENNIS SUITS, BICYCLE, CRASH AND LINEN SUITS.
All wool serge suits $7.50, $10 and $12; Crash suits at $6.50;
Linen suits at $5; White duck tennis pants at $1.50; White duck golf
pants $3.50; All wool bicycle pants $3.50; Youth's all wool fancy
suits $10 and $7.50; Men's all wool serge coats $4.50; Men's alpaca
coats $2.00 and $1.50.
M A0K &Y. I

If You Don't Want
to Buy a MANDOLIN
Don't call on us thie
week for our prices
are irresistible. : :
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. sOUTH.
8:43 a, . *.7:30 a. w
*12:15 p.m . 21:25a.m.
4:46p.m. 8:40 p.m.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only
E. S. GILMORE, Agent
W. H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0.
IGI ,AN GENTMAL
Taking Effect April 17. 1898.
Central Stanaard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
P s . A. M
Mial and Ex.......347 BN. Y, Chi.... 812
N. Y, Special.--458 Ball---------91
Eastern Ex... ---e 45 Pacific Ex-.120
*N. S. Limited....8 10 P. M.
A. M. Western Ex -w.-138
D.N. Express....550 GiR.& K.Ex--- 05
Atlantic Ex......7 30 Chi. Nt. Ex---.-..9 47
G. R. Express ---11 10
*North Shore Limited Is an extra fare train
and there is a charge of $2.50 to New York
more than on other trains.
O. W. RUGGLEstu , - H. W. HAYEs,
G. P. & T..Agt. 1hicago. Agt.. Ann Arbor
THE BUCKEYE ROUTE.
COLUMBUS, ROCKIG VALLEY AND TOLEDO RAILWAY
Is the only line from the Toledo Union
Station to Columbus and points beyond,
using Union deuot terminals at Colum-
bus and runs foor faot express traino
daily between the points named, two of
them In the on-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 use the Buckeye Roots and
can obtain full particulars on application
to local ticket agents.
E. R. DAVIDSON,
Dist. Pass. Agent, Toledo; or
NV. H. FISHER, G. P. and T. A.
Columbu, Ohio.
OHIO CENTRAL LINeS
THE DIRECT'LINE TO
Cincinnati Columbus
Dayton Marietta
Urbana Athens
Springfield Middleport
and Charleston, W. Va.
Through trains with Sleeping and
Drawing Room Cars from Detroit
and Toledo.

KINDERGARTEN, 02 " HuronSt. STEINS!
Call and See Us,
__ __ _. A whole window full.
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER
V1P . Airnold. 'EWELER
Telephone 0. ANN ARBOR
HOLMES' LIVERY,
515 East Liberty St.

FULLER & BERANEK
""P"TAILORS
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.
Work called for and delivered
312 S. STATE ST., over nosey's.
Phone No. 2, New State.
0. K. 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. or at Residence, 1710 Geddes ave.
P. S. - Will take pupils on Piano and in
sight reading at above named Places,
A. J .Johnston.
U. of N. Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms

Phone 106

BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY.

BIG REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF
IBICYCLES
For a few days
B w ] S Cor Mais snd Haron
.At rown Drug Store, strees
I need the room for other purposes and will guarantee to save you
money if you want a wheel.

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The '01 Lits and '00 Laws will play
this afternoon at Regents Field. Game
will be called at 4 o'clock.k
Chicago defeated Illinois in both the
Tuesday and Wednesday games by
scores of 6 to 5 and 13 to 4 respectively.
There will be no evening service in
the churches of the city next Sunday,
on account of the Patriotic umeetirig to
be held in University hall in the in-
terest of the army work of the Young
Men's Christian association.
The engagement of George M. Chand-
ler, of Chicago, to Miss Fannie Cooley,
of Lansin, is announced. Mr. Chandler
is a senior in the engineering depart-
ment, and left a few .weeks ago with
the Detroit Naval Reserves and is now
aboard the Yosemite. Miss Cooley is
the granddaughter of Judge Thomas M.
Cooley and is very well known in Ann
Arbor society. She was a student in the
University last year and the year be-
fore.
ATTENTION!
The officers of Co. A have decided to
add four more sets of fours, to be avail-
able in case the company goes in re-
sponse to the second call for volun-
teers. Applications for the same want-
ed at once. Apply to any officer to-
night or tomorrow at 7 o'clock in front
of main hall.

'00 L vs. '01 Lit at fair grounds at 4 322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
o'clock tiday. Ladies' artistic Hair Dr ssing up stairs
H. H. IMMONS, Mngr. ones. JRTROJANOWSK
S. C. A. SCHOLAIRSIIP. - F R-..
The Students' Christian Asociation of- Lowney's Chocolates
fers a scholarship :n Sociology, consist- -0GO TO--
ing of a ten weeks''residence at Chi- . W. TUTTLE'S, W ^
ago during the summer vacation wh LLEGRETIS, if you wish.
work and reading under .the direction
of Prof. Graham Taylor. Any studentI T AN D E IS
in the University who will return to
college next year is eligible. Applica- TO RENT.
tions containing personal details in re- M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM
Onedor estofAmeicn oRuse

gard to preparation, to appreciate this
opicrtunity, should be sent at once to
Prof. F. M. Taylor, 527 Church st. No
lapplications received after June 10.
NOTICE.
We want to employ a few young men
of ability and good address who are
anxious to make money. Our men are
making from $8 to $12 per day. Perman-
ent position to right party. D. Apple-
ton & Co., 243 Wabash ave., Chicago,
Ill. G. H. Love, Manager. 200
To stick Rubber use MAJOR'S RUB-
BER CEMENT. Beware ! ! ! Don't
take a substitute.

One door east of American Horse.
Both Phones, No. &
THE LARGEST MANUFACTUREns oF ATHLETIC
AND BICYCLE sUPPLIEs NDUNIFORMs
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
"The Name the Cuarantee."
'Official Outtiers io the Leading College, Ath.
letic Club and School Teams of theU. S.
Every Requisite for Base Bali,
Athletic Sports and Pastimes.
The Spalding Official League Ball
Adopted by National, Minor, College and
School Leagues.
Lase Bali niforms, Bats, Gloves,
Mits, Cheat Protectora, shoes, Etc.
THE SPALDING CHAINLESS BICYCLES
TiE SPALINC BLUE RACER (Chain) MODELS.
A, G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New York - Chicago
"War Songs"! Coon Songs"!
Sousa's Marches"!
Latest Music for Piano, and other
Instruments.
Finest assortment of Guitars and
Mandolins, Strings and Trim-
mings. Lowest Prices.
t The SCHAEBERLE rlusic Store
'114 West Liberyat., Ann Arbr.

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University School of Dancing
STAVE sTREET, OPPOSITE LAW BUILDING.
Programe Party, with Orchestra Music, every aturday Evening.
Private Lessons by appointment. - Office, 427 Thompson st.
ENOCH DIETERLE,
EfIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Calls Attended Day or Night.
No. 161 East Liberty Street: Residence, 533
South Fourth Ave. Phone 129.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER.S, NGTA TRNEAN'RNRM! .
WASHINGTON STREET ' ANN ARBOR R a. ,^

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