THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
PRE-INVENTORY SALE All Shoes Greatly Reduced
120 DISCOUNT 2@ GOODSPEED'S
ON ALL TAN SHOS 119 South Main Street
",The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effrect November 19, 1899.
Detrai Nht Express..... ..555A.M,
Atlantic Ecapr s............7 45 "
Grand RapidasExpress. ....111
Mail and Expres . ....347P..
N. Y. BosonSpecial... ..... 4 58"
Brotn,N.Y.and Chicago.a .........t855
Fact WesternEn pccss. . .. 1 h E, at.
G. N. and at. xpescca. Ag'AnA.. b50
Chicago Night Express..........59 20"
Pacific Exprecs y....12 1A..
Steamship Tickets, all Classes, to and fernm
Erapean poitsatn wes rates. Fall infor-
mation an application.
. W.-R: N LES. H. W.H:YE S,
O.4PM.&.T.Ag't,-Cicag. At An Abor.
.&25T ST TCRMSITI a LITCE;
Taking Effect, Sndsy, May 1, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Stand.
*No. 6.- 7:25 A. M No. 1.- 8:56 A. at.
Na. 2-11:r) A. r. Na. 56-12:345 0. .
No. 4.- 8:30 a'. 5. Na. .- 4:556P. at.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo anly
All 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.; laot car for Detroit'
11:10 p. m. Waiting room, corner Ann
and Main sta.; Detroit. 111 (iriswold oh.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST. LOUIS, MO.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R. S. Greonwood, M. P. A., Chicago
HOCKING VALLEY By.
4 TRAINS DAILY 4
Between Toledo and Columbus, using Union
depot in both cities.
Through Sleeper to Washingtonand Baltimore.
THE HOCKING VOLLEY'
L. W. LANDMAN,
11 W. FortSt, Detroit.
s ir ,
lneutschter, the libotographer.
SOMEWHERE ON CAMPUS--A POCKET
LT BOOK containing $28.35 in cash, and a
RAILROAD TICKET to NEW YORK, ALSO a memorandum of the big reduc-
tion of prices in Neckwear, Sweaters, Gloves, etc., at Mack & Co.
The finder can KEEP the TICKET and CASH, and receive a LIBERAL RE-
WARD, by returning above memorandum to
B. A. CUSTOMER.
To Editor U. of M. Daily:
With your permission I would like
to call the attention of the student
body to a matter which is of interest
to a .arge number of students in the
University That is that the Medical
Department has no representation on
the annual senior publication-the
I fully apreciate the fact that the
present anual is a consolidation of
the three annufals which were formerly
published here, the Castalian, by the
senior independents of the literary de.
partment, the Palladium, by the frater-
nities, and the Res. Gestae, by the
senior laws. I understand how this
accounts for the present method ot
appointing the board of editors-four
to represent each of the above inter-
ests. I would not criticise this meth-
od. But I merely suggest that the
time is ripe for a truly representative
University of Michigan annual, one
that repr'esenfs each and every de-
partment, interest, activity, and orga-
nization of this big University. And
with that idea in mind I maintain that
it would be an advantageous move
to allow the Medical Department rep-
resentation on the board. This plan
should not meet with any opposition
on the part of the three interests al-
ready represented and would cer-
tainly result in giving the University
a more representative annual. The
number of editors could be left at the
number which it now is-twelve, but
cut the representation down to three
editors from the Literary indepen-
dent, three from the literary frater
nity, three from the law, and three
from the medicinal departments. One
of the latter might be a homeop. This
would seem to me a move in the right
direction a-ad I most heartily recom-
mend the suggestion to the considera-
tion of Lhis year's board that they
may take some action for neXt year.
'02 '1RACK CANDIDATES.
All candidates for '02 track team
will please meet in the Trophy room
of the Gymnasium Thursday, Jan. 18,
at 4:30 p. m, to elect temporary cap-
W. T. TH URMAN,
82 '02 T. T. Mgr.
, -5 HOSTESSES.
Don't forget the House-Warming at
the Barbour Gymnasium Friday even-
ing of this week. All friends of the
Women's League cordially invited.
'Tickets 00 cents.
Band rehearsal, Wednesday night
7:30, Jan. 1. All members not there
will be excluded from playing Friday
night. It is imperative that every one
is there or. time.
WANTED-A woman steward and
a man steward at once. A good op-
portunity. For information addresa
"M. E., core of Daily." 82
This refers to a brand of tooth
brushes that will not shed bristles.
If they do we replace them.
Students are cordially invited to in-
spect our crmplEte lines of suits, over-
coats, men's furnishings and hats.
Wadhams, Ryan - Reule, S. Main at.
The date for the organ recital to be
given by Prof. Llewellyn Renwick has
been set for Wednesday evening, Jan.
24th. The admission price has been
placed at 25 cents.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889,
AND THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS,
Alarm Clocks SI.
U. of M. Pins 50c to $10.00. Fine
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
JiL CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
206 Main South.
seen our PORCELAINS? Finest
thing oat-only place in the city
where you can get them.
SPGlfIL lTES TO SENIORS
Tho Brrjuman Studio
112 W. Huron St. N. S. Phone 119
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20.
Sol Smith Russell's Great Play
A Bachelor's Honeymoon
READ THE DAILY.
Warranted for 1 Year.
Wm. Arnold, et
The Most ComIplete
lin e of Lowney Chocolates in the
city can be found at Tuttle's
338 SOUTH STATE ST.
O. M. MARTIN...
Embalming a specialty. No. 209 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day.- es-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.
furita KatiflU BootS$
Black and Tan for oera d
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