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January 12, 1901 - Image 3

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THE -bNIVERSITT OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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THE UNIVERSiTY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. 3

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IYOU CARE
More for quality; wear and fit, than extre
W give you extra wear and comfort for yc
*that will interest you..... .. ..
* We have taken all broken lots of
biinched them and made one lot--at price,
Here is where you get shirts for
material thiown in. See them in thev
W
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,me style of patte
our money-we hs,
$1.00, $1.25 and9
while they last,
the cost of the ma
window ....

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ern, that will'
yve something
$1.50 Shirts- 5
of 63ce each.
aking with thei
OSPIED'S j
G117 MAIN ST. S.

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Comments on the University By a
M ichi an Ce tral Well-Known Journalist
THlE SHORT LINE- dressed one of the best known of New
A NN ARBOR TO York's journalists and lecturers. In
O " GAGOhis reply, among other things the gen-
CHICAGOtlemoan said:
BUFFALO. "I spent a day in Ann Arbor. It was
NEW YORK Decc. 21. I was to lecture in Howell,
licli., and I spent a day in your town
A ND BOSTON on purpose to see the college. I Wanl-
wit diec caoetioo a Cicao or t.dered about the grounds all day, ask-
Louis, Kansas Ctr, St. Paul aod the west. ing all sort of foolish qluestions, 5 sup-
Ear lnformation aod through tickets call on pose, and receiving generally curt an-
or write to H. W. HAYES, Agent, Ann Arbor. swvers. I went into ati office-a college
tiewspalper office in the mai building
A N A B R taiipeared, where there was a crowd
AIN.~4 A R ~O R of students, to ask thenm as a stranger
front New York for iniformuation, and
R AlI flA B , wais tuilid to go to the secretary's office
IOU ~E5acrossg the hatll. t wenit there attd
~LI~ts.2~d~tETI~ Lzn~n; learned that there was to lie a lecture
TIME TABLE oti sociology that ip. in. in-Trappan
Taking Effect, Sunday, Mtay 2i, 189. Hall was5 it? I went there at 2 o'clock,
Trains leave Ass Arbor by Central Stand- there to be amotig friends, if inot ac-
arO~lue.quaintaiices, but there was tn lecture.
SOUTH NORTH ' So, titter some more aissiless .wanderinig
_____________-I came away, but not withouit some-
*No. .- 7:25 A. Ms. No. 1.- oils A. M. thing to rememberAnArobyTh
No. 8.-11:35 A.aM. *No.5.-12:30 P. as.AnArotyTe
No. 4.- 8:5P. as. No. .- 4:5 P. m. something was the kindly smile and
___________________________ntid of a genitle old lean, otiesit the
*Run between Ass Arbor and Toledo only. professors. I take it, whom I passed on
AIJ trains daily except Su das. the canmpus, and wchose benigni pros-
W.. WILLS. Agent.
W H. BENNETT. 0. P. A'" ence, whoever its is, miust be a perren-
________________________________nial blessig to the studenits of Aisn
Arbor. 'Perhaps you know hit.
HOCKING VALLEYiIY "Alheii I say 1r I cred '<is}2'tin-
swers I should tnt forget in expistin
that ('verybodly wasapparemntly iwisht-
The Railroad that takes ithe lug to get away for the holidays. M1y
Busiws In and Out evening train for Howell was -,imtply
of Michigan. jammed with students. I don1't lay
4 SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS this 'curtness' up againist them.I
4 DAILY BETWEEN 14 simply struck a bad day."
TOLEDO, COLUI-IBUS Wadhams, Ryan & Reule are sole
and ATHENS. agents for Ypsilanti underwear.
W. H. Fisher, L. W. Landmnam,-
G. P. A. C. Tray. AsO h l Rlal sIIIL~i'
Colambus, Ohio. 'iereit, Mich. TeOl Rlibe sLI LR'
____________________JEWELRY.
Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar- Bet$ha mdesteHo r.
Cars leave for Detroitan Ypsilanti; Wadhams, Ryan & Reule, sole agents.
every half our, negimuing at 7:15 a. is.
untiU 7:45 p. in.; After that to Detroit Art Pictures -for studenits' rooms, at
at 8:45 p. in., 9:45 p. m. and 11:10 p. mn. t'cialu-'s Bookstore, 110 So. Main st.
Waiting room, comder Ann and Main _______
sow. Dtrois, I1amGrdswheldsanther P ata deilsonBros.'______
MONEY LOANED far sale at Wsdhams, Ryan & Rteule.
soaS Property. Office at residence, Hi Ei
Lilberty strcct. All business onitlenllal. That's the niame-HALLER'S JEW-
Heurs. 8t11:30 a,.um. ads oil 30an 1 t HELY
p. i. JtOSEPH . W LRYS

Willie Collier Tonight.
From the number and class of people
who are reserving seats for Willie Col-
lier's 'On the Quiet" tonight, it
promnises to be a very fashionable
event. "University society will be out
J
/ t ,,1
te.
in force," said Manager Seabolt to the
Daily. "Batty of the most exclusive
of Ann Arbor society are reserving
seats and I am glad that the theatre
lovinig public appreciates the fact that
'Ott the Quiet' is the finest high coin-
i'il I taiver s:ippeared here."
M\ICHI(IrANENSIAN.
All drawings for fi'the iubilcralion
mtuist lbe htiided in at onice. '
-S. W. LADD, Mutt. Ed.
You Know the Place. HALLER'S.
''lie il'md-wiinter tniiber of thei'Do-
lientir conttaints several shsort "Mtin~
Arbor'Stories."'Thcy ari' quite utter-
estiitg asdssohoesupois several phases
of l'iIversiiy life here in Ainn Arbor.
Ptresisdent thottipers of thse Federti-
tioni of Labor lectures here inext week
under the auspices of the Good Gov-
ernment Club.
If you see -the work of ths Toledo
Laundry 0o. you will be convisnced
Mtt you want no other, Agency 121 S.
Main.
Alarm Clocks, at HALLER'S JEIW-
ELRY.

Alarm IcsL
U. Of M. Pins 50c to $1.00. Finv,
Watch Repais ing a Specialty.
J, 1. CHAPMAN, JEWELER,
2ee6lMainSooth.
CHAFING DISK $5.00
3 pint size, pateni lamp, handles
on hot water pan, absolutely the
hest in town for the price.
Win, Arnold, Jeweler
TO THE..
JUNIOR HOB
fItave thu Quickest Service and'
host carriages. New rnhher t ired
coachles. Finest hturnts in the
city. flack and baggage ordere,.
priomptly attendeiltoo.
Holmes Livery
'PHONE 106, 515 E. LIBERTY ST

AN rlVi. oP 'iittR.
lItwill opens04o1, i'Vs'-?>tlt', b t itn-
stion it you have sevevr visited ihank'a. Drop~
In there today. Swipe one of our chocoltes.
"Allegretto Styie" we tuahe ted soil at 3D5
cents. Every variety tf cati Oy xor dnly th~e
bent you'll Sond at HJANGt It PHIL t. 200 E.-
Washington, 318 o. Stats'. 1'. 8 The only
first-class pltaco in town tot at o-sern sorved,
to any style.
Pickwick Billiard Parfor t
Regulation Sloe Tables.
.*Muiiard i CushionK.
EverythIng New and
sitly Up-to-Date.
707 N. Unilversity Ave. Ann Arbor'
_juar ~u.u~n_ ni~n , nnn F

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HAVE YOU SEEN THE..
NEW "CUSTOM" SHOE'
MADE BY PURITAN SHOE 00. 0
SEE OUR, WINDOWS FOR THE NEW EXTENSION HEEL. III South Main Street_
Face M abr P steanming and Hmaaarai 13 East Wtlliam Sirsat
ofKBre $aeapcENOGH DIETERL.E Fe ~oe University' *ust eskal bauam s LB Fine'
sop andl Bath r'ti deb tst~ri 1$ orhA3 oh'hnsSo So I~iil~sti ~ d l hts
mehds. 1lari t Q , ,pJ5 1 U r...u'Photo

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