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January 22, 1901 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-01-22

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aTHU KIEISI'lY OF M1CMAGA, N AlLY.3
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f ress' or ,the "JHop"
If you contemplate attending this social event, you must begin preparir
The .matter o fia foill h' quit is very important We are prepared
fit you out with everything pertaining to evening dress. .. .. .
Haberdashers fm
*117 Main St' O D P E

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to 4
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! Tailor
110 Washintou E

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Michigan Cnftral
NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE
THlE SHORT LINE--
ANN ARBOR 10
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
Wth direct connections at Cicago for St.
Louis, Kansas City, St. Paul and the west.
Eor information and through ticksets call on
or write to H. W. HAYES, Agent, Ann Arbor.
ANN ARBOR
RAI LROAD
TIME TABLE
Tsaking Effect, Sunday, Stay 2l, 1899.
Trains leave Ann Arhor hy Central Stand-
ardS Tine.
SOUTH NOETH
*No. 6.- 7:21 A. M. No. 1.- 8:10 A. a.
No. 8.-1135 A. a. No. 5.-12:30 P. sM.
No. 4.- 8:35 P. a. No. 3.- 4:50 P. M.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toiedo only.
All trains daily except Sunday.
w. T. WILLS. Agent.
W H. BENNETT. 0. P. A'

Sifting Out the Fencers.
The Feincing club field a smceting Sat-
unlay to weed out aopirants f or mnem-
bers of its various teams. As a result
thse expert class isas the following gen-
tleimen: Messrs. Dirk, Hornberger,
Geigel, Chamberlain, Lennartz, J.
Benedicto, P. Benedicto, Stine.
Seisior team: J. Guillermety, G. B.
Eggert, H. P. Whserry, M. E. Downing,
it. tiuilleriuety, J. E. Figtueras.
Juiiior team-B. II. Liskow, E. _Mc-
Catty, assd four yet to be selectedl.
Novice team-Davis, D. McDuff, E.
Arizpe, H. Hills anti two yet to bse
selected.
Satturday's jtidges were': J. Guiller-
msety, G. B. Eggert, H. P. Wherry, A.
E. Holcombs.
Trie regular bsusinessieeting of thse
cllb occurs inext Sastusrday. There will
bet several foil coitests andtiais exhlibi-
tion of sabre fencing by the Gutiller-
sisty Ibrothiers.
the Yosing Consie Operat conmpaisy of
0o people hs arrivedi in St'ecity aisd
are pre'pared to give a numsber of comic
opera perforisaises before going away
again.'they coise highly recoinid-
etd. 'T'e bill 'or toinight is "Said
P~asha," nsnd it is (lile'of the
1most pleasing iii the repertoire. Lad-
ies shouhilisot forget the free ticket
tonight. W'ithi every paid adsiissiois
a Lady Nvill be admiitte't free.

Pennsy's Debaters Chosen. A am IIn~~~
The Frazier Prize Debate at the Uni- ~*
versity of Peiinsylvania was held last U. of M. Piss50c to $1.00. Elnsa
Friday evenig. The Frazier prizes in
debating are $75 for the first maisaisd Watch RepaiA'ing a Specialty.
$25 foi' secoind best. The thsree highest j, L CHAPMIAN JEWELER,
in this debate represeist t~enosy in the 206 nain Suh
.Michigani-Peinisylvania debate to be
held at Aisi Arbor on Match S. CAI6 ~ J
The question discussed was the same CHFNG 'IH 50
as for the itercollegiate debate: "Re-
stdved Tha~t Itnited States Senators 3 pint size, 'pat eal lamp, handles
Should be Elected by Popular Vote." on hot wates paw., absolutely the
M. 1). Veasey, '02 L, Bruce A. Metz- best in town for, the price.
gs'r. '01 L., and Claude L. R~othl, '02, Wm rod e ee
will represent Pennsylvainia, sith Ai~d e ee
Thsos. (C. Parkinisons,'02 L, alternate.
The constest w.as considered one of the TO lTIE..
mnost succe.ssful in recent years, boths
thes iiiatter of argumnent aisd isaisier UJ .tJU NO fHOP,
of presenitations being, exceptionlally
good. Have the 'Quidoest Service ans
Miich~igan's tdebater's swiltbe echosemn
lira evening.' beet carriages. New rubber tiyed
+aluda- _ coaches. Finst turnouts in the
Alario Clocks, at H ALLER'S JEW- city. Hack amti baggage orders
ELRY. promptly attetisled too.

Complete line of "Adler" fall suits
anld overcoats at Wadhams, Ryan &
Reule.
NOTICE FIIESIIME N I!
All c'anditdates for Freshmlani track
tt'am~ should bsegin traiing with 'War-
silt' squald at onrt'. Evt'ry afternoon
at lyni. Tusrn osut asod show roa:r

Holmes Livery
'PHONE 106, 515 E. LIBE TY ST

Tlii'. weetk it tiranlgers: Tuesday olses sirit.i
anfuI N~ AIrV~V night adva nccd class prograin. WetS- AL ).VE111DIER. '0)4'T'rack 51cr.
H ~ ~ ~ ig T ~ L IEU*m d :hl. sincght' nley aGuild Art Pictures for students' rooms, at ~
The Railroad that takes the sca.Frioday. night, AIplio Delta h chlArsBostrsore, 116h So. Mlain st. . '
Business In and Out trat'nity dalliinog party. Sa:tsurday,c
of Michigan. hia.t suasl chasses:iidthassemlbly. Stanhbattahi and Wilsois Bros.Shrs;
, SOLID VESTIBUJLE TRAINS for sale at Wadhiams, Ryans &Pethhe.
S DAILY BETWEEN 4 RBEESK NOTICE.
T LD ,C UIB S TI:f oihhcianig es is: the Ctreek Yost Know the Place. HAILER'S. -
essuhses ahtiholtied for the inext 5011105-____________
and ATHENS. ter arie founhd tts be necessary: Dtsan::lPrescott has returined frsom: De-
W. B. Fisher, L. W. Landman, (Courseso.13 anhd 15 ('iiidar andih Greek trolli het iel:siri gvhgtsi AN EVE OPENER.
G. P. A. 0. Trav. Agt. t'' n-l tht gei ioyarnso' ed It will open yourr eyes is5to heecady shO't
Volaumbus, Ohio. 'Detroit. Sich. - n t e. e) ilnot egvntisyol ojiiteml-pioigcas.1e1 ton it yotshave revs s visit:ed Bask's. tDru
__________________________________ Cour'ses 10 anti 20 (thntrodu~ctions to VI S':5o1'li wso n i 05the stasish all Isa'eyes- in (here today. twist erne ofh osm'chcolates.
Deri Yslni n n sA-Hmner aisd Luciamn) will be given at "Aieretto tyis" we manteend sell at 10
Detoi, psiani ndAnnArct"nts. Every variety i t carly asd csl tii
thoe hoohrs haloed ill the announcement,__ tent you'll find at 11ANGSYEIIFEO', I2S0KX
bor Railway. Washinsgton, '.510 Qo. OSte.P1'. 0.The oty
?nrs eave for Detroit and Ypsilanti unless course 20 is desired' at someiO'M2sihattan and Wilson Bros.' shirts first-class place is: sawsn to ta( t <s rs servedl
every half our, oeginning at 7:15'a. m. ssthesr litslh Sy those who elect it. for sale at Wad'hamo, Ryan & Retihe. is any style.
anti!- 7:45 p. m.; .After that to Detroit Cosisi' 2:1 say bse expected next year.i
at 8-.5'p. in., 9:45 p. m. and 11:15 p. m. 'At. L. D'OOCE. Best $ hat mode is Shoe Howard. Pcwc iladPros
Waiting room, corner Ann and Main _______- I Vdhanis., Ryan & Reruie, sole agents. BPgickitk Cu r shIes,
tt.: Detroit, 111 Griewold st. S9TUDEL+NTS NOTICE!_______
_______ ________ - The beet laundry is the 'Toledo Laun, If you gre the work -of the Toudoinrch Cushions.
on Watches,Diamnse,Wheels and other Per' dry. 'llNy it. Work called for and do- Lasindry Co. you will be conv~iEedthngNw n
sonal Property. Offie at residence, 31El~ilvered. Leave your order at 121 S. lullat you wont ao other. Agency 121 S. Strictly Up-to.0mi.
Liberty street. All business confidential. 'i 7fN.LrivstyAe AnAbo
Hourn, 8Stol1:30a. m. and 1lto 3:34and 7toS9 liain st. ln.77NUnvriyAe AnAbo
P.mW. JOSEPH C. WATTS
THE PU RITAN SHO0E COMPAINYI
-IARE NOW MAKING
I RES HOSFOR WOMEN. NEW STYLES. jIIS. Main Street
Faesteaming andTCD Embalmer and *.:.m.4 63Es William Street
U. o 1M Barber Ft adENOCH OETRE jUnivereityl!6hisEFI
ymdn wltsasage a special- IILL Funeral Drectlor o lw bilinVUAlUind U.
Sh~p and Bath methods. (erin . ~h'hop heS ofre. abr.!o
ROOMS.. n,,e ansd Parist100.) 22S. Fourth AveBt h s heS orpairingmer dan-.

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