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December 15, 1900 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-12-15

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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THE UMVEJ3S1TY OF M1CH1GM~ DAILY. 3

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It is the realization of our " High Grade" ambition
and is illustrative of what enterprise and judgement
can do in catering to critical tastes-
All the .latest styles, designs and colorings are
represented in these Shirts of such dependable ma-
terials as to make the finding of equal values' else-
where a difficult matter-

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Micbigan Central
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THE SHORT LINE-
'ANN ARBOR TO
OH ICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
With direct connections at Chicago for St,
Louis, Kanoao City, St. Paul and the west.
Eor information and through tickets call on
or write loll. V. HAYES, Agent, Ann Arbor.
ANN ARBOR
RAILROAD.
TIME TABLE
Traking Effet, Sunday, Mlay 21, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arhor hy Central Stand-
sard Tine.
SOUTH I NORTH
iNn. 6.- 1:25 A. M1. No. 1.- 0:50 A. 1M,
No. 8,-11:35 A: . * No. 61-12:301'. A0.
So. 4.- 8:35 P. u. No. 3.- 4:50 r. u.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo onlv.
All tratns dally exece Sunday.
W. T. W~ILLS, Agent.
W H. HENNETT, G, P. A-
HOCKING VALLEY RY.
The Railroad that takesi the
Businesa In and Out
of Michigan.
4 SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS j
DAILY BETWEEN 4T
TOLEDO, COLUfIBUS
and ATHENS.
W. Hf.Fisher. L. W. Landmn,
G. P. A. G. Tray. Age.-
Colusobue, Ohio. "Detroit. Rich.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar-
bor Railway.
Cmars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti
every half our, neginning at 7:15 a. mo.
until 745 p. m.; After that to Detroit
at 8:45 p. ino., 9:15 p. to. and 11:1.5 p. in.
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main
sta.: Detroit, 1i1. Grinwolst.
MONEY LOANED
on Watches, iamos,Wheeln and other Per-
sonal Property. Office at residence, 31t E.
Liberty street. All business ecofdentlal.
Hours. 8 o510 a. nm, and lto 3:30and 7ko 9
P. M. JOSE PH C. WATTS

DON'T BUY SUIT CASES
Until you see the special 24 inch case we offer until
Thanksgiving at
All Leather, Steel Frame, 3 Hinges, Brass Lock ;
and Bolts, Irish Linen Lined.
MACK &COMRA NY
Headquarters for Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Suit Cases, Rte.
222 - 224 So. Main St. Basement Dept.
FOUR MEETS SCHEDULED The company suportinig Jefferson Do
Anigelis ill his new operatic comedy,
"A Royal Rogue," which is to bo pro-
Track Tean to Be Kept Busy the Corn- seiited here tonight, is said to be the
igSeason-Schedule Incomplete best this favorite comedian has ever
lug had. It iiicludes artists who are quite
well knownl in this city. Paula Ed-
The track team n-ill the coming sea- wards, the principal comedienne, was
s011 have plenlty to keep it busy in last season De Wolf Hopper's leading
psrepliration for the Conal meet with all soubrette. Henry Norman, who has 010
the westerin colleges ill June. The iniposrtant role, was for years the prin-
schledule is not replete wsitht dual moeets cipail basso-coinediati of H-etderson's
anid iiitereoliegiates as was that which Amlerican ExRtravaganzca Comiitainy.
was hieldi sp beforetile seasoti last year Eva D~aveiiport, who starredin l "Dor-
is all iinducemienit to workbtinptromnises eas," plays a leaditig role; Charles
certaini(efiitie contests wich will be Dungain, Hilda Htollinis, .tdine Boeusier
aiple to the needs of the unknown antd Xand Poole lire also singers poleals-
teami. As it is till available elates are aittly reimembereed. Atioiig the new
es:-copied. This program of track ath- faces are F'. Newton-Uiido, an English
letie's intctles, bsesidsicothts usual pro- oiiediaii;John Dutdley, Harold Vizard
linlittlry, fre'sh-soplt. aind 'vasity ini- 111d1Etmily Fraucis. The De Angelis
sdor meets, a dual meet wills Chicago e'ompanly numobers nearly i)0 people.
indoors iniic'llago ini Feb~rualry',sod a--
sinilar meet io Anni Arbisent Maci. Come overv-to 427 Thompson and try
Out of dsers a hucal meet will hebelel lidt:' hboard. Pine service and cooking.
with C'hicago on Regentis' Field oii1 Music during dinner. Hoard: by week,
Maiy 18. Eacli teani will lee contiosed day or single meal. Boarders accom-
oft 25mein anthe resulting gaines will : iiodaled through Christioas vacation.
i:n:doohtedly heefloe closest and mnost-
'imoportant ever hieldl in An Arbor. $ASIIE' MK
'Thie regular fresli-sophl. oultdoor meet ~SOE' MK
will lie held in May, as will also tile Royal Tigers, 10c; Tigerettes, 5c.
'Varsity meet, aind the -Michligan inter- -
scholastic is billed for the 25th of the tDc. J. 11. I'otts, editor of Micihigani
same miointh. Then on the 21st of lime ('hristiant Advocate, will speak before'
the meet under the auspices of the the Wesleyait Guildl at the -Methodist
Western College coiiference will be church, Suilday eveing sublject,' "Mod-
hielud in Chicago antd Michiigahn will send erii htiraeles."
Sa full team to compete there. In the
event of readjustment of various dates Ladies' program party at Granger's
should the chance he offered for an- Academy this afteron. Progranms will
other dual contest to he scheduled, be issued to members of the school
1 ltanager Baird wvill add it to the list.llp'omtptly at 2:45 o'clock.
The finest monograph and !other Ual- If you :see i-he work of the Toledo
versity fancy letter paper (and padts in TIAundry Getr you will hbe convinced
the eity. All styles. Sclmaller's Book- that you want no other. Agency 121 S.
9store, 1160{So. Main at. Main.

Alarm Clocks SI.
U. of M. Pins 50c to $1.00. Find
Watch Repais-ing a Specialty.
J, L. CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
206:. Slafn South.
The Grandest Line of,
flOLIbA, QIFT 5
you ever saw in our store
Win, Arnold, Jeweler
TO
NEW
STUDENTS-
AND THE OLD ONES ALSO..
We are better prepared than ever
to give the bent of, carriage servicer
having added two rubber tired-
coaches to our stock,
Holmes Livery
'PHONE 1O6, 515_E. LIBERTY ST..
AN EYE OPENER.e
It wil open yosrecyesas toi the candy silo-
an ir you have sneer visited Hankho. Prop
In there today. Swipe sete of our cthocolates.
"Allegretto Style" we make and sell at 315
cents. Every varityso candy asd only the
best you'll Sond at 5IANOSTERFRS, 200 E.
Washingtss, 300 So. State. P..Ths only
first-class place so town to eat oystere served
in any style.
Pickwick Billiard Parlors'1
Regulation Sire Tables,
Monarch Cushions;,.
Everything New and
Strictly Up-to-Onte.
707 N. University Ave. Ann Arbor

IHAVE YOU SEEN THE.NE." US OM.S OEI
MADE BY PURTNSO O
SSEE OUR WINDOWS FOR THE NEW EXTENSION HEEL. 111 South Main Stre e
a I i i tTTTFliTi' ih TTT 'fT~ rFTith tillt
U. of IVBarber Fagsa steiand EN OCR DETERE, }Embalmer .and , University Fin..~m tre
Sn ah t}done by latent oFnee 14ecen/lW kblu e Al iae.in
Shop and Bath ann ethos. h(Berlin T IhSho pirs et atly dain-.Po,
Room's.5STT.and ai 9i.. 212 SJ our th Axel, B0th Phones Shoe ELa-brtSa hi IUol

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