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fLHE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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",The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect June 25, 1899.
Detroit Night Expressm........... 5A. 3s.
Atlantic Exs............. 7 48g
Grand Rapids Exprss.........11 10"
Mail and Exs s. .. ........ 3a47 P.m
N. Y. BostonSpecial ..........45811
Fast Ea. terc ...............943 " 0
Mail andExpress .. .......... 9 40A M
Bo ton, N. .and Chicago.........7148"
Fait w esternE prs ...... ... 1 38 P. M.
G.11t.ad Kal. Exslo s .......... 545 "
Chicago Nightl Espres.. ..* 5- 943"
Pacific Ex sc .......a.....12 30 A.I.
0. W.NRUGGOLES, 11.W. IAYES,
G. P. & T.Ag', Chiscagc. Ag't AnnArbcr.
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TIME TABLE Thef
Taking Effect, Sunniay, May 21, 1899. of the
Traits leave Aaa" Arhor hy Central Stand- naOsium~
and Tics.
SOUT11 NORITHI mentss
*No. 6.- ':25 A. aM. No. 1.- 0.00 A. Al. fost ii:
Na.o. ,-1:,7A. N. *No. 5.-12:30 P. aM.
Na. 4.- 8:311 P. m. No. .- 4:561 P. M. 0 ocloc
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thietic Association Dance a MICHIGAN'S SCORE.
Great Success Michigan, 11; Hillsdole, 0.
first Athletic Association dance Michigan, 26; Albion, 0.
seasn wa givn inthe ym- Michigan, 17; Wcstern Reserves, 0.
maso w-o gieosin te Gni- Michigan, 12; Noirc Dame, 0.
last evenling. It sons a saccess Michigan, 0; Alumni, 0.
ry particular. All the arcange- Michigan, 5; Illisiois, v.
os-cot thcough smootholy. The Michigano, 38; Virginia, 0.
lmhec commenced promptly at Total scoce by Michigan, 100. To
ck ad th lat nuberwas in-scoce hy opponents, 0.

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All ather traits daily except Suday..
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0w00 escellcnt for dancing. Thece were
00 ticesome delays hetween numbaers,
noc wece any of the numerous encores
resposndcd to, except to the third estra.
This nutmber was announced a00"Penn-
sylVania Extca," and whlen the bandl
struck up "The Victors," its spinesso
0w00 appreciated. The enthusiastic ap-
plause a1 its finish could not he re-
sisted and it owas repeated.
'Those swho stayed asway from the hop
on1 acoont of the inclcment sw-attier
moadc a ocrious oistake. In spuice(of
sloe drizzlc over 150 coaules soere on sloe
Ioor. There was0 just crowd enough to
comnfortabhly fill the G~ymnasiaum. It is
to he hoped that there aill he several
of these danccs this yeac. Thsey arc
thoroughly enjoyed and are a fiue sec-
reation. Their informality makes theme
imamensely 1000100 and the price at ad-
mission keeps assay the -riff raff."
The chaperons lost night wcere: Prof.
and Mrs. A. H. Pattengill, Mrs. J. P.
Me1Murrich, Mrls. F. Carross, Mrs. J. C.
Ksnosslion, Mte. and Mrs, J. V. Sheehan
and Mr. and Mo-s. James Prentiss.
The- arangemoents comittee: Archsie
W0. tools, chairmnou; IBrownl, tohisns,
:McGee. ORecepotion committee;:lloyd
Wood, chairmaon; Woodrow-, Crafts.
Teffi.
Dr. Edwrard R. Wagner, lit. '84, med.
'87, has heen engaged in medical swork
is China since graduation.. At Y. P. 0.
C. E. at the Congregational church
next Sunday, Nos. 12, at 6:30, he swill
tell of the sookl in that country. A
most i-ordiaol inv-itation is extcnded to
all to he present.

urday, Nov. 11, at 2:30 p. m. By order
og the Circle. -42
The Sophomores held a (-1055 meeting
yesterday afternooon at 4 oclock, Presi-
dent Caomphell presiding. After some
discussion it wso voted to levy a class
tax of twenty-Rove cents fosr athletic
purioses. Speehens were node urging
the class lmembers to get out and root
for the class team in the game with the
Juniors today.
A complete line of Adler Bros.,fine
sails at Wadhams, Ryan & Reule, 200-
202 S. Main st.
Music most he especi-lly arranged
for gsitar, hanjo, coonet, Raute, -ond
ncatly oil instruments except mandolin.
With manodolin you can use all vocal
selections or violin manic. The Music
Co., Voash. street, srill tcll you smore
ahout it.
A new line of Manhattan Shirts just
in at hvVadhanis, Rtyan & Reale. See
them. S. Main st.
tico. J. SW. Bradshawsowsoldiscuss the
subhecet, "The Teachings of Jesus as the
Laws of Social Welfare," hefore the
Business Men's class of the Congrega-
tional church tomorrosw.
At Women's Gymnasiam, M~onday,
Nov. 13, from 4:30 to 6:30. All svomen
owho expect to enter the gymnnasiums
classes mast he present. -~omec with
pencil, paper, and locker ticket.
The Hoarding Club at 227 Thayer st.
soilhe reorganized sith the close of
tisnwoeek. In future it soilhe man-
aged by the students swho are members.
There soill he a feso chairs at tahle,
undcr the new- management, for the
frst who apply.

AlarmCok$1
U. of Ml.Pins 50c lto $10.00. Fine
Wsatchi Repairillg a Specialty.
J, L, CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
2061 Main South.
OUR PHOTOS
..ARE..
PERFECT IN STYLE AND FINISH
THE
Berryman Studio
1 12 West Huron St.
State Phosne 119.
B CCES STORED
FRTHE WINTER
At the lose vale of
25 cents per moonth
LEON SHAW, - 117 E. Ann St.
JUST RECEIVED
A New Line of
The" Soule Photo2graphs"
Copley Prints and
Copyrighted Platino Prints
Unmounted Indian Heads
State STABLER'S
Phone
No3ART STRE
217 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
MONEY LOANED
On Watces, D~amsodr, Wheels or oilier Per
sioussiProperty.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
Officeest retidence, 331 E.Liherty St., Atn Ar-
bsr, Mich. All biness sonfidestisallosre,
to 11:30 ax. .and tits 3:50 an 7 oifJosp. cx.
Josephxl C. Watts.
Bargaims in Second-hand Watches and Diamonds.
READ THE DAILY.
MalFM clocks !
Warranted for 1 Year.
$1.C0
Win. ArnoldtJeel
TTTLE-S
LUNCH ROOM
Is at 338 S. State Street.
0. Me MARTINI,,
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 200 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulanee night and day. Rieu-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.

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