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THE UNIV.RSi X;O.N',MICHIEIA N ,.DAtLY;a

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THE JNIVERSIY Ok MIGIGANDAIIY.4
Styles in HATS arriving -daily---KNOX, ?
J ~ STETSON and VARSITY'S---Cor rect
1(dressers wear our HATS..
No extra charge for style 119 South Main Streetf

MICHIGAN CENTRAL
"'The Niagara Falls Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
Taking Effect Noebere 19, 1899.
Detroit Night Express .............5 5A. 8.
Atlantic Express ........745"
Grand Rapids Expres.........11 10"
MaladEpressra ......... 347P. x.
N. Y. Boton Special...........a4 18
Faet Eastern .................943
Mailt and Ex prers...........o9 40A. M.
Boston, N.Y. and Chicago ........8180
Fast Western Express .......1 3 P. s.
G.ER. and Kal. Express .......5 45
Chicago Night Express ............943
Pacific Express..............12 30 . 5M.
Steamsahip Tickets, all Classes, to and f ross
European point at lowest rates. Fallinmoc-
mation on application.
O. W.RUGGLES, H. W.iHATES,
G. P. & T. Ag't, Chicago. Agt Ann Arhor.
TIME TABLE
Taking Effect, Sunday, Nay 21, la99.
Trains leave Ann Arhor by Central Stand.
ard Tine.
SOUTH NORTH
*No. .- 7:25 A. a No. 1.- :50 A. M.
No. 2-11:3) A. N. *No. 5.-l2:30sP. As
No. 4.- 0:30 P. u. No. 3.-. d:5e r. u.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo cnly
All trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GILMORE, Agent.
W H. BENNETT. 0. P. A-
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
C.ars leave for Detroit and Ypilnnti
every half' our, beginning at 7:15 a. so.
unti' 7:45 p. so.; After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. s., 9:45 p. so. and 11:15 p. mo.
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main
sts.; Detroit. 111 (Grinwold st.
BREAKFAST - ANN ARBOR
SUPPER - ST, LOUIS, MSO.
WABASH - FAST TRAINS
FREE - CHAIR CARS
R.E. Greenwood Dt. P. A.. Chicago
HOCKING VALLEY Ry.
4 TRAINS DAILY 4
Between:'Toledo aod Columsoo, using Union
depot io bods cities.
Throgh Sleeper tocWashingtoooand Boltimore.
GREAT RAILROAD
TH-E HOCKING V(ILLEY
Write
L. W. LANDMAN,
11 W. Fort SI, Detroit.

F-

l~enscberthe Pjhotographer.
BURHEIELD
The Fine Tailoring
Trade of the City.
BURCHFIELD, 106 EAST HURON STREET

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Societty Programs.
OtOOSTEc FRIDAY, STARCH 2, 1900.
Music.
Whsat is the political sittiationt in you~r
state will be discilssed intshirecetminuctc
speechses by twvelvcesembers frost as
moansy differetit stoics.
Reatding-H. D. Triekey.
JEFFEONIAN-FRIDAY,STIARCHO 2. 1900.
Cu:rrentc Topic'.-M . Thotmos. Music
-Niieen; .Address--MicboellFlalhrty;
Imtpromoptut Debate-Strinoger ansd D.
McPlhersoon; Biograpy-Blradlen.
Gecneral Debate, Resolved, thaot thte
Uitied States shottdidptp a policy oif
free trade towvards Porto Rico.
Affirmtoive-Kepha::rt ansd Love ; Neg,
ative-D. L. Jolhnsonttatnd Colwell.
ALHA .NU-STARCH 2, 0000.
Duet-Wilkttnsoi Bros. Oration-
Diell; Essay-Morrill ; Vocali Solo-
Miss Carsoin,: Im:promptu debate ; Duet
-WVilkitnson: Bros; Readitng-Mr. Moore.
ADELPS'I-FRIDA5Y, 4:30 P. 25.
No moeetin~g its erenin:g becatuse of
fresman-soph~omtore miet, bu~t int:hie
afterntoon: a p~ropotontwtill be sttbmittl-
eed to orgatnizea imodrel house of retire-
sentat~ives for one:' couthtolt t tondutct
te affairs of tlse society as it:
te tnational lhouse. Platces wrill al-
to be drasvn for tlhe sill debate wvhicha
still be wrilathte Jeffersonian: society in
April. ___________
The Ann Arbor Music Co. have
osoe inducesoents to offer stu-
dents on table board; also one ouite
og roosos.
As comtpleteclinc of Adler Hros. fine
ouits at Wadhis, Ryan & Route, 2If-.
202 S. Main 0.
Melba shoes at' Macb. & Co.'s. sf
LOST-Tutesda- ott Th~otmpson:, be-
twveens Williatms and Jefterson. Rotud
pusrse contaitting som:e mosney attdlSipant-
sit coiti of great v alite to loser only.
Fitnder retu:rn to 432 Thomspsont st., ansd
receive retward. 15
sjTICE.
'T'e :re.t:::ttary of thte relaty race will
be held Friday evensing at the "Gytm.'
All class m:anaagers mststcoter teir
teamst befotre Friday mrnrtin~g. Enttries
eats be left at the director's office inth le
Gytmnastuso.

Sororitl Colors.
Is: connsection thil the relay races to
be rn :at tottighot's itneet we give htere'
thte colors, of tse different sororites,
wiihlisill be swor:n by the cotntentding
teamis, togethsertriltteteam:s tattweair
them :
igoo-Lightt an:d dark browvn for Gamts
soa Phi Beta.
tgootOlive, pink and ligistlume for Del-
la Gasmttta.
1902-Yellow ast irt ie for Sorosis.
t903-'tellow atod bilakfor Kappa Alpha
Theta.'
i900 Lawv-Ligh~t an:d lark bluse'for
Kapipia Kaipta G.ammt~a.
:goo Laws-Red ansd silver grey for Al-
pita Phi.
:902 Medic-Silver atnd yellowv for Del-
ta Delta Dell::.
1903 Medic-WVitte and blute for Pi Beta
t903 CANDIDATES.
Candcidates for '03 sal:tmile team: or
relay teatto till report at te gyso. for
trials every aftertnoont of thtistweek at
4:45 o'clock.
W. K. BROMLtEY,-Matnager.
13.
'oo RELAY CANDIDATES.
Can~didates for thte 'to relay teats will
report itt the gym,. daily for practice at
4:45 p. m.
E. XV. CSEoMansager.
_l elba shtoes at Mlackc & Co.'s. tf
Howard hsats at Wadhasos, Ryan &
Rcule. Best hat on the soarket at
$3.00. 200-202 S. Main st.
AXdvancedlachis it: tatncitng at Gran-:
ger'ts.Acatdemty 'T'usday ightt. Begien-
ters, Sa:turday mtornting titers:oott atto
:-Monday nightt. Special rate to close of
NOTICE.
Th1't902 foo:tba:ll teatms till have
teir pictre takest at Ratntall's ott Sat-
urtdav at thtree o'clock.
Hi. C. SsTH, Mastager.
Melba shtoes at Mackc & Co.'s. If
Prof. G. P. Color retutrnted fromt Kan-
sas yesterday. He hsas beeni conducting
bible insstituttes dutritng the Ipast mtotnth
at Lawrretnce and Topeka.

THIEBEST MARES OF
Mandolins ad
Guitars
SOuch as JasephsBohmsan's, Washburn's
and renno's arceon sale at the
1 uaetborIe MusG Store
EW.Liberty,_only 2 doors from Mach's Corner
Hiave You
useeou PORCELAINS? Fine
thinog ot-only placc in the city
where you cnn grt them.
S PEGIf1L ROTES TO SENIORS
IThe B6ITrulan Studio
112 W. Huron St. N. S. Phase 119
Athens Theatre
MONDAY, MARCH 5.
Miso Olga Netberoles' Verrsionofo
SAPHO
Adaptetd by Clyde Fitch. Mt's Alberta Gallatin
aFanuy Legroand
Prices. Gallery 50-75c Lowerfloorar ooa
Seats ois Sale Friday.
Granger's School of Dancing
2nd Semester
Acadesoy on 'Maynard St.
READ THE DAILY.
Ala~rm locks!
Warranted for 1 Year
$1.00
Win. Arnold, Leading
,Jeweler
The Root Complete Line ef
LOWNEY
CHOCOLATES
It the City can be found
TUTTLB'8
338 S. State St.
0. M. MARTIN..
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR
Embalming a specialty. No. 2109 S. 4th
Ave. Ambulance night and day. Res-
idence 302 Fifth Ave.

YO AEVRY TIMIE YOU BUY A 'PURITAN") 1
1EAST HURON STREET
_________________ lENOC.. nETRLrn Embalmer and I 613 East William Street w
IA .3 D L II Fl uneral Drectrs ie rs t just one-half bloch west lFin.e5
W ARREN1BliUI' ~ f Mrs. Enoch DEtl, Lady sistn.o flwrpii ulig eyAlle inds N.16E.LbryStet esdne - heShpPoo
III IIIIILIS 8I FGI No.ltE ietySre.RsdncJ~ iO5 E.mepresnstlyds. IPhoto
O~fI~fINTBS SPITISSGGTION. Fourth Ave, Both Phsne s1tS. S hp LLmel
WE PATRONIZE GOODYErAR'S DRUG STORE

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