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June 11, 1897 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-06-11

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Tfhe Coast Line to MACKINAC
DETROIT
PETOSKEY
CHICAGO
New Steel Passenger Steamers
The Qreetest Perfection yet attained In
Bunt Construction-Luurious Equipment,
Artistic Furnishing, Decration and Effc-
tent Service, insuring the highsttdegree of
COMFORT, SPEED AND SAFETY
FtOU TRt PR WEK BEWEEtN
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac i
PETOSKEY, "THE tOO," MARQUETTE
AND DULUTH.
LOW RATES to Picturenque Mckincand
Return, including rleals and Berths. Froem
Cleveland, $8; fronm Toledo, $S; roes
Detroit, $i3.yu.
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE.
Between Detroit and Cleveland
Conttectittg t Cleertantd with Estliest
Trains fortallpointstlast.htSth and Suth-
west attdat Detroit for all points North and
Northwest.
Sunday Trips June, July, August and Sept. Only
EVERY DAY BETWEEN
Cleveland,Put~in-BayoToledo
Srud fer Iluttrated Paumphet. AddresE
A. A. SCHANTZ, o. P.... DETROuT, MIC.I
TeDetroit & GlevelaR% Steamu Hay. Go.
MWGHIGAN GLNTLl
Timee Table (Revised) Feb. 7, t897.
EAST. WuE.
Mailt and E~x --U 3d4 N. Y. Speal.... 7Ut
N. Y. SpecIal_... 4 18 Stall -...... 8 4U
Easteru Ex-.. A US o N. S. Lmted.... S US
Atlatic Exs.-_7,US Pacific Ex.55-- 125
D.N.Ispreto.__550 Western En.___155
0. R. Eapress .31U UU Chi. Nt. En . 9S1
0. W. SIIUOLES, . W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Ag., Chicago. Agt. Anu Arbor
RAILROAD.
Tinse Table, Sunday, Mlay %3, 117.
NORTH, 801THn.
8:43a. mn. *7: a. en
l12:l5am. 11:2:,a. m.
+9:10la. m. t8:05 p e.
*Rnbetween Ann Arbnr and Toledo only.
'Rulns between Toledo aned Heweli. This
rain Sunday only. All other trains daily
eaeept Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent
W. H HENNETT G. P. A. Tnledo 0.
THE KINDERGARTEN BILLIARD HALL
ASSOCIATION TUCxET BRUOKERIS
These wishing TickeS shold leave word at.
once so that we San save tichets
for them.
Cut Uhatru En Atl Pointe
Cor. Main and Liberty Sts.
THE FINEST TAILORING
OF THE CITY!
S. W. Burchfield,
S HURON ST, OPPOSITE COURT HDUSE.
U-Ladies Tailoring Annex.
- INTERCOLLEW ATE
BUREAU FOR
8 Cape. G~owID and
COTRELL &LEON:ARD,
Albany. N. Y,
V. MEtRatELS. aR ag C
4d E. WViiluon St

Intercollegiate. "O""O"OOOO"OOOOO"OOOOOOI
Tise cap 'and gown experiment is * MANY IMITATIONS BUT NONE
.soon to be tied alt the Univeroiity of EQUAL HAS BEEN TRULY
Knnugas. : SAID OF THE COLLARS AND
My it bill passed in Vise loot legisla- : CUFFS MARKED
ture, 'the preparatory deportmuent Of 0 - ", j"
the WoostFVirginia University will be 0"
alioliolo'd int-,stee 3-ears."O
At Catrlisle Indian schsool tliwe as-ce
enrolled 898 studenls, 1errseJntg Ill S
difftit tribes. Fistir grvadoatinge ® 0
class tbis year nuimsbers 216. "0
The atisletie authoerities of U. of 1'. "0
mill erect a msemoiriatl tablet toIs-
good, PeL-ns yla-aiias llsrnmerlshilf-baok. :" S e NAlE"A
Nmish w'as killtd while fighstinig in Cuas " :A . % iA GU /AANTEE///
Fist class of '85, ef Wells C-iliege, o:TSA; ~ttNE
-t class otbiichMrs. Cleveland be "e""....*******..**.*"*....**....@****oooooO@O +
longs to, will present a listelseilie
silnd gios isdw oit bua A. A. & YPSU. ST. RAILWAY. GRUMMQND'S
Mater, 'Tls subject of t1se window is TIME TABLE. DETROIT AND CLEVELAND!
"Thle Dawn." Taking Effect May 17, 1897. - Ln fSemr-.
Out of 451 colleges acnd luniver '-iies Leaves Congress street, Ypsilanti, at ----Ln ofSemr
in the United States, only 41 aitclosea 0:00, 7:10, 8:20, 9:40, 11:10 a.in., and
to 1womeei. All others are co-vtucO-_ 12:40, 2:20, 3:40, 5:00, t:30, 7:50, 9:10 C t
tional. AudO, besies, welles Illhave 141'oiand 10:20 Is. m. 4
Leaves cti-I se at Ann Arber at 4 f
scisools of Itie higher edsic .tlioii, witl 635 :5,90,120 15 . i. n .e e a
30,000 sudet01:41, 9:00, 10:20, 11, :10, a.3is and
1:2, 300,4:2, 140,7:1, 831) 9:0 9 Delightful Moonlight Trip
Fist Princeton 1acifly sisay fortll slid 11.00 p. in.ArouLkEie
glintO in baseball or footba ll iseile SUNDAY TIE. 1
1played on 8solsrdaiy on aclcount of .s leaves Ypsilanti at 9:00 and 10:20, LV. DETROIT Loclimet DAILY 9:00 P. M.
iisslnfion -adoptied by the Ptilyley a. iii.. and 12:10, 1:10, 3:10, 4:30, 1-10! AR. CLEVELAND .-....... -- -6:30 A. M.
coueiii nra eerto y7:10, 8:30 and 9:10,p. in. Bicycles Carried Free.
Leaves Ann Arbor lit 9:31 ond 11:00
liestuslds ills, foll-oinsg Strdaiy'sa.ni. nd 12:10, 2:30, 1:10, 1:10, 6:30. U. G. GRUMMOND,
galnss. 7:50, 9:10 and 10:30 p. in. GENERAL. MANAGER,
FTeso ill of the lace Edward Lcrinker i Pb see No. 162. Oee ott Deck, Feet First St.
I- OlND-A b itycle a few- iays ago DETROIT, 1101C1.
'CopseProfessor of Zsolbosgy atrolsl- staiuldig ini.isulicicles-rackalit
illaitive AnZsilsy isi th U i eitof eviudently forgotteniby Ills-owniir.t-
f'tusisylo-ani'i, besgisssilliont.islt),-1lIs socalledi for soo01, soaesswosilise 7
00)() 'to tIlist islllilioli for t l ist sll ati- tt inr . a1 tlt' lii -I isy tic'sad ls u -
liohleislof so ebair Of seils 11tii i0 iiiisios iiles 11
cin si t - , ,tat 105 Blug rrfisthlisenot~lie. Uiircler in-l-
ii. og tllteO ili htlel l.ti,ilc fi-iool io oay Ise hail sss Ihis sMstiter- I S PI.11 E
esisy of Nntsral Siencet. sy islsrsSoisg Y. sare-ti. sif 11. Dii-,
FTeRsvne des Destx isilds pb-Ct .v Isis lilyBl. 11t. .lak. t

lioissi else opinions of 100 lesiding Gisr-
mian l Ilifeigss 5otil teiquestioni -f ad-
li. lOof wissisesi to ultnoe- iy isiti-i
tin. Fist veiItl:is ilislini-ly aisis tots.
Flitelirofessors of (hi's'tory slisis-sItliii
siniinotsly delaisre Ilit the 'dily if
history reqeireps tliitlionswichti
1n0 wOlilsilU tslplosess.
Ysole ainillineslton iflayed astlen-
iing gamse tis Solirdly. Whlen Pals
cause to bitt in -thseho4A5:halt f ofith
slints, ltestore stoseS 9 to 7 ini fsvor
of Princeton. 'F'otiien voent,0111 aisd
'tee Lotton goat a blase enfbslls.
Cssinp taint to bat, goYt tin tirikes
all dtlen lilt lt sball for a 'iomsetron,
binging in Lettonendutyingltestont.
Y:ale miade ansiler iniftetenthi alli
tn 10 to 9.
EXCURSION TO TOLEDO.
Snnday, Jnne 13th, the Alli Arbor
railroad will run an esetutgitl to To-.
ledo. Special train leaves Ann Arbor
at 10:21) a. m. Fare for round trip
only SO cents. Children under 12
years isalf tiis sate. Rtetnrning train
leaves Toledo at 6:30 p. in.

Mansgs sirshooulid ediiforsimples and
, rartes. Evryrequsiiitotin
An- 50yo1 <t g;ai i[1 hug lh lssil s p bolft , let. esoi sund ie Hld. Oymns-
1st-kingadfor caes'?lYot i so idIlls ~ usio Fslson1Spti siodu s tti-Co mplete
i-omii eljs it 15 Of Il oie(1is-l c'as()s l2llil free. 'The Name the Guaranite "
si-sisuss kssbis-iuo- iris-es si't U-berbotl & A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
"0 12S Mii st Ai 3rlr, Ne York, Chicago, Pttiladretusi.

W ANTED-A iwell eduleaited lady If
istroducse an edtucationsal serial; sinly
six hiliour siy riquired. Termsslib-
rssl. 1-sll expilansaiionis by sdilressong
1., Caie of Daily.
The Largest Line of Hicycles, Sun-
dries and Suppliee at
M, STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone No. 8. One door East of Ameri-
can House.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS and SUPPLIES
Wagner &XMrse
STENO(; BAPIEBS;
2O S. State St. - AntnsArbor, Mitch.
Copying, Reprtirng and limeosaraphing.
O13. MARTIN, Finueral ireetn, Cloth
00atndMetallic Casktesaud Fine Grade
Ceffins. Embalmtg a Specialty. No. 17 S.
-Fonrtleasil..

I

This space is reserved
for the Grand Opera
House.
THE PHENIX ELECTRIC COC,
of Elkhsart,Id.,
wish to secnre a, fete energetic students Is
represent them during the smmser months.
Hig money coil splendid opportunily if taken
at once. Full information can hr obtained
by eoclesing 2c slsesp 1o above address.
Bicycle Repairing!
In all bratchrs neatly and prow ptly dene.
Pelt-es reasonable. Sundries at roth. bottom
prices.
Wi.J. Wenig er,
8 N. FOUR-TH AVE. - ANN ARBOR.
R ANDALL THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Washington Block,
Ann Arbor.

.....ORDER YOUR ICE CREAMI AND FRUOIT ICES AT......
SW H I TE'S Confe otioniry Store
t0lSouth Main Street. Telephone 1ee.
Lowney's and Allegretti's Famous Chocolate Creams=8
t Soda Water, Phosphates and Vernor's Ginger Ale.

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