F MICHIGAN DAILY.
EP AHEAD IN STYLE-NEVER IN PRICE.
THE NEW TAILOR
120 WASHINGTON STS
'"The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect June 25, 1899.
Detroit Night Express...... ,,~5515 A. a.
Atlantic Expreser: ...,...... . 748
Gdrand Rapids Express ... .....11 10
Mail and Express. ..... ... . 3 47 a.x.
N."Y. Bostesn Speial ....4 585
Fast Eatern.. ...... 3
Mall andExprTes ....C.a.ses......an i4A. M.
Boston, N.Y.anad Chicaog.. 7 4
Fu. W-.esrGExpres.. ...1 H18, .
G.11. aa &dTa. Expres .....Ag't.A..A..5 45rb
Chicage Night Express . .......943 :i
Faciic Express....... . . .12 0 A.5i..
Steamship Ticheta, all Clasaea, to ad frem
ETaropea A points at lowest rtes. Fsal infer-
mation on application.
0. W: RUGGLES, R. W, RAxas,
.FP & TAgtChicago. AgtAnnsA rr
Taklng Effecl, Sunday, May 21, 1899.-
Trains leasvn Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
No. 6.-1:25 A. M. No. I1, -ass A. 5.
No. 2.-11:17 A. k. *No. 6.-12:30 P.sm.
No. 4.- 8:30 P.-n . s.- 4:5e P. n.
t ' 102.- SS05P.. t"I 20e.- 9:01 A N.
t Run Sunday only.
*lsn betweenAn Arbor and Toledo only
All other trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W H. BENNETT. G. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half hour, beginning at 6:45 a. m.
until 8:15 p. m; last car for Detroit
11:10 p. m. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Main sts. Detroit, ilt Griswold st.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST, LOUIS, MO
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R. S.Greenwood, M. P. A., chieago
The Hocking Valley Ry.
With Iu ':ree-hour trains between
Toledo and Columbus, using Union
Station in both cities, is why EVERY-
BODY uses this line.
Parlor cars on day trains and sleepers
Through sleeper from Toledo to
Washington, Baltimore and Philadel-
Quite a Railroad THE HOCKING
L. W. LANDMAN, 11 Fort st.,
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lDeutscblcr, tbe llVhotographer.
BUR0 HF E L D
The Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106, EAST 'HURON STREET
Meeting of the Conference.
The "big seven" became the "big
nine" Friday at the conference of the
faculty representatives from leading
universities held at the Chicago Beach
Hotel. Two new members were a-.
mitted to the organization which ini,-
iates legislation concerning intercol-
legiate athletics in the West. Iowa and
Indiana state universities are the new
members. Both have made good r-c
ords during the past season, alnd wiCal
to be considered as serious candidates
for future honors. Both institutions
sent representatives, who applied for
admission, and they were prompily
taken into the conference.
Before adjourning the conferese
voted to limit its membership to nne
institutions. Notre Dame applied early
in the season, but failed to send a Ic-
egate, and now will be compelled to
wait until one of the present memo-ra
There were present at the meeting,
the following: Chicago, A. A. Stagg,
Purdue, C. A. Waldo; Michigan, A. H.
Pattengill; Wisconsin, E. A. Birge;
Northwestern, H. S. White; Minneso-a,
F. S. Jones; Illinois, H. J. Barton;
Iowa, A. G. Smith; Indiana, M. W.
Sampson. Professor White of North-
western was electted chairman (!V the
conference and Professor Jones of Alin-
Much of the time was given to a dis-
cussion of the rules which have been
on probation for the past year. It was
decided to drop the 1898 code, princip-
ally because of its length, and to re-
turt to the 1897 laws. These are to be
codified and printed at once.
The question of arranging games be-
tween colleges in the copference and
others, the status of members admitted
from universities which are or have
been members of an athlet.e assicia-
tion team and the right of p-eparatory
students to play on the 'varsity teams
without counting as one of th clotted
four years were all referred to com-
mitees to report at next year's confer-
Waldo and Stagg were appointed a
committee to formulate rule -which
are intended to refer to the amateur
status of the players of colleges not
members of the -conference. The sane
members were empowered to draw up
a feasible plan for the establishment
of a board of arbitration to whicl all
college disputes shall be referred.
It was agreed in conference that if
any man plays any part of any col-
lege game it shall count as one of
his four years of play. The advisabil-
ity of establishing a board of olicial
was discussed, but met with little favor
and was referred to the comittee.
Students who went into Chicago
Wednesday on the two special trains
over the Michigan Central are loud in
their praise of the fine service whic
the osticials of the road offered. E cry
arrangemenit was carried out in detail
as advertised, the two big trains pull-
ing out of Ann Arbor on scheduled
time. Every convenience known t >the
railroad business was placed at the dis-
posal of the students. Lunch cars,
dining cars and parlor cars were car-
ried in addition to the regular coaches.
The ordinary cars came from the shop
fresh with a new coat of paint, to be
given their first use on this occasion.
Both specials ran into Chicago cn a
fast schedule, stopping only at the
large cities along the route. Train Ho.
1 timed to arrive in Chicago at 3:30 p.
o., pulled into the 12th street steton
just as the big clock in the tlaver
pointed the half after three. The sec-
ond special was delayed for a short
time by a hot box, but arrived very
close to the scheduled time.
Courteous and efficient employees
rendered every service possible on the
trains. On the whole the Michiga,
Central management must be cong -at-
ulated on their fine effort and the stu-
dents are quick to appreciate such ser-
The 250 mile trip to Chicago fo the
Thanksgiving Day game becomes a
pleasant part of the vacation when
such service is offered, and the tire-
some part of constant travels wears
away-in fact, disappears.
Dec. 15th and 16th Christmas Bazaar
at the Unitarian Church. Refresh-
ments from 4 p. mi. 10 p. M.
The women of the Unitarian church
will have a great variety of articles,
for Christmas presents, 'at reasonable
prices at their bazaar, December 15th
TI-E BEST MAKES OF
aucas as Jnosph Bohnana's, Waasheu's
and Bruno's are onsale at the
oheorlc Mus!G Store
W. Liberty, only 2 doors from Mack's Corner
seen our PORCELAINS? Finet
thing out-only place in the city
where you can get them.
SPEGIRL RIOTES TO SENIORS
112 W. Huron St. N. S. Phone 119
CONFECTIONARY and ICE CREAM
should be of the generously good kind
in accordance c4th the spirit of the
day. Our cream waters and dainty
traws are worthy of gracing the table
of the fastidious epicure. Hangster-
fer's Ice Creams, Mousse and Charlotte
are unexcelled for quality and delicious
davor. Orders should be given the day
previous. No order too large for our
capacity. None too small for our best.
316 S. State st. 200 E. Washington st.
Warranted for 1 Year
Wm. Arnold, e
The Most CorIyplete
lin a of Lowney Chocolates in the
city can be found at Tuttle's
338 SOUTH STATE STe
O, Me MARTINI.
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4tkt
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res.-
idence 302 Fifth Ave,
3.5 The Puritan Leads $3
OTHERS FOLLOW 110 CAST HURON