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January 15, 1900 - Image 3

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Tm- UNIVflIIT' -6 '-LY T M f DAILY-.

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JUST A STEP AHEAD IN STYLE-NEVER IN PRICE.
HILDERAND THE NEW TAILOR
I 120 WASHINGTON ST.

MICHIGAN CENTRAL
',The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect November 19, 1099.
Detroit Night Exprces...........555 A. M
Atlastic Expresso.........7 45"
GrandfRapids ENpe..........11 10"
Mail andExpres............. 347 P..,
N.Y. Boston Special .......... 458"
Fast Eastern ..............9a3l
Mail and Expes.........9 2;A. M.
Bosto, N. Y.and Chicago ...... 805"
Fast W etenExpress........... 125P. M.
G.R. and Eat. Expresse........... O 3
Chicago Night Exprese ............920"
Pacific Expess...............12 15 A. M
Steamship Tickets, all Classes, to and 2from
Europeant poinst at lowest rates. Fail infor-
malicotonapplcation.
0. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES.
G.P. & T.Ag't, Chicago. Ag't AnnArbor.
.NRD ST'EA SH2IT.= Z=N E S;
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, May 21, 1899.
Traits ieaee Axe Arbor by Centrai Stand-
ard Titme.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. M. Ntt. 1.- 8:56 A. M.
No. 2.-1i:3) A. Ml. *No. 5-12:30 P. M.
No. 4.- 8:30 P. x. Na. 3.- 4.50 P. a.
*Rate betwee Axe Arbor anad Toledo only
Aul trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W H. BENNETT. G. P. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half hour, beginning at 6:45 a. m.
until 8:15 p. m,;lest car for Detroit
11:10 p. m. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Main ass. Detroit, 111 Griswold st.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST. LOUIS, MO.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R. S. Greenwoo~sd, 11. 5P. A., Chicage
HOCKING VALLEY By.
4 TRAINsS DAILY 4
Bietween Tioledo and Columbu~s, xting Union
depot in boil:citisc.
Througb Sleepee to Wasbtxgtox axntBltixmore.
GREAT REILROAD
THlE HOCKING VO1LLEY
Wrie
L. W. LANDMIAN,
11 W. Fort St, Detcoit.

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BUROHEIELD,
The Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD. 106 EAST HURON STREET

t THE BEET MAKtES OF
Mandolins and
Guitars
Sucha Jsp lelssse's, Washburn's
and leeuno's asr eon tale at the
SGhlaelorio MUSiG Store
W. Libertiy,oxlyo2 doors froms Mxck's Corner
Have You
senou ORCELAINS? Fixest
tbhigg0out-only place in tbe city
whsere youtcogetthbems.
SF'EGIXL RESt8TO SENIORS

Track Team Prospects.
In onothter port of thsis edition ap-
ieors thc schedule for thc troth tcam.
Withs a prospect of ovcr ten mects
ond thc now-assured trip to Parix pro
vided the right kind of moterial t%
forthcoming, on array of tolcnt stich
ax has ncvcr bcforc bccn oeen a1
Mbichigon xhoitld prescnt itself this
season, while the meeting of candiates
at the Gym. tonmorrow night shold be
rery large.
The managenment believes that it wa-
due to a stringency in the number of
mects that made the men losc con
fidence rather than any lack of mater.
ial that wax responsible for the un-
expected defeat at the Wextern Inter
collegite last spring. Consequently, a
large number of meets this year will
insure no trouble in that line, whip
at the same time, will give abundant
opportunity for everybody to ha re a
chance.
A man knows without trying in most
caoeo whether be is fitted for football
or baseball work, but a man never
knowo until he boo tried whithier he
has not some ability in tratk linco
which only needs to be brought out
and developed to make him a con
sistant and talented performer. And
at the same time, it is the duty of
every man to the Univers*cyto gel
out and make the trial, Trainer Fitz
patrick is always glad to see nesq
men and everyone is sure to receive
advice and knowledge that cannot fatr
to be a material help, even if the
winning of an "M" or a few tripe
aroitnd the country are not imniediatai
results.
Consequently, it is htoped that Mr.
Fitzpatrick will be rewarded for li-
hard work by lisving a large tt<tusbei
of candidates present themoelves foi
wvork. CThe following hotirs havec
J been arranged, so that he may givc.

every onse the value of tis petoutl I i) IUI 1I UIUII ouuUI
experience andi knswledge. 112 W. Huron St. N. S. Phone 119
Pole vault-2:30 to 4:00.
Shot-put-2:3b :to 4:00.
bHigit-jump-2:3d to 4:00. Athens Theatre
Sprinto-4:45 to 5:15.
Walk-4:30 to 5:15.SAUDY JNAR 20
Long Distance-4:30 to 5:15. STRAJAUR 0
Hurdles-5 :15 to 6:00. Sot SsmithRussess Geto ro Play
Middle Histaixce-5:10 to;: 00.
Manager Hromley of thet. Lt..I fl Pfl( R ELAI TIONl
Eng. team has a list of overtwenty- fie meUVroIthseItbIIpartent
alone, so wtb lis encouragtug sthow, 5 '
ing and the Law and Med. fresisnien NETA RCIO
yet to hear from, a flue lot ofnmterial
should be (,'i1had. A Bachelor's Honeymoon
To Bring out Candidate&. NEW TER4M
Saturday afternoon Track Captain
McLean called a meeting of the tracit
managers of the variouo classes ano A N IN
talked over with them planx for bring
tug out candidates for thte trained
teams. There were preoent the fol GRANGER'S ACADEMY..
lowing men representing their classeo:
Bromley, '03; Thurneau, '02; Breiten- READ THE DAILY.
bach, '01; MclLean, 00: Dietz, '03 L.;,
Ship, '03 M. These men and represen 1lim [lnin
tatives of the other classes will ca. Alum Ml I~fOM
meetings of the track men in theta +
various classes, who in turn will bt Warranted for 1 Year.
urged to wsork among their friendo to $1.00
bring out all thse track material in WT . Arn l Leading
college. They will also begin work 9~II~II Jeweler'
at once among their candidates for
the development of their class relay The Most Comrplete
teams.
- lin e of Lowney Chocolates in the
Students are cordially invited to in- city can be found at Tuttle's
speet our es;mpictAe 1iotes of suits, over-
coals, men's furnishings assd hats.
sdhantn, Myan - Menle, S. Main st. 338 SOUTH STATE STe
JOSEPH GILLOTT'S 0. M. MARTIN...
STEEL PENS. FUNERAL
GOLD MEDAL, PARISEPOSITION, 1889, DI ® RECTOR
AND TOE 0CH0CAOtEXPOSITION AWARD. Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
TH nOTP rF S. Ave. Anthulance night and day. tRes-
THE YIU~ rrir',f~ ~ i dence 302 Fifth Ave.

See the "PURITAN" Patent Leather
Oxford s for D re55 Wear 10 . HronSt.
Every Kind ENOCH FuTELE neral Director University usct onte-hafiblockweet 11
BothPhoneo No 8. 1i9 W.Washing- Na. 116 E. Liberty Stret. Residence 63S Sh o h p ELmet IR n a l Poo
tonSt, ofn towr.isurthlvessoh Ahontx1ds
WE PATR0NIZE GOODYEAR'S DRUG ST0RE

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