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Michigan Daily, 1896-01-08

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MICHIGAN G~lt!RI
Time Table (Revised) May 19, 1894.
Mlail and Ex.....,350 Mail-______8 43
N. Y. Special.. 5 00 N. Y. Special--- 7 3t0
Eastern Ex-5- 0 12 N. S. Limited...- 9 25
A. Mi. Pacific Exs--11 57
Atlantic Ex__-7 47 P. sM.
D.N.Espress .... 5 40 Western Ex-5__ 00
G. R. Express --- 1 05 Chi. Nt. Ex.-5_.0 28
G. R.Ex--- 5 57
0. W. ERosOnEs, B. W. HAYES,
G3. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Aen Arbor
[r ta 1 A, 3B
RAILROAD.
Time Table, Dee. 0, 5895. e
NOnTn. SOUTH.
-J 7:37 a. m. *7:40 am.
*12:25 p. m. 1:30 a. m
4:155p. m, 9:00 p. M.
All trains daily except Sonday
5Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledoi
ol. R. S. GREENWOOD, Ages)
W. B. BENNETT 8. P. A. Toledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895,
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:10, 8:45
ad 11:00 a. in.; 12:45,2:15,5:00, 6:45, :15 and
10:45 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor JunctIon, 7:40,9:15 sod
11:300a.m.: 1:15,2:45,5:00,7:15, 9:45 and 11:15
p. m.
SUNDAY TtME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress S., 1:00,3:10,
:90,06:30 and 9:00 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00, 4:00, 5:30,
7:00 and 9:0 p.mi.
Cars run on city time Pare: single trip 1
ceats: round trip tickets 25 cents. p
WM. P. PAuRKE, Sopt.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
WHOLESALE CIGARS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES.
Railroad -+ Ticket + Brokers.
Money to loan on persoonal property.
RANDALL
Phoograph er
15 Washington Block.
~ CO 26 18. 'STATE
v r Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolatee,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
",FLAG PINS" AS USUAL.
We also haves afne line
W of imported
-"SrTEINSI5"
WMt ARNOLD'S
Jeweliry Stoe.
III NflTEFR r2rr CAEREiR,
W MACHINE SHOP
HUNTER BROS., 9 E, LIBERTY ST.
Skates Conclaved.
Experimental Work.
Request
Readers of the flaily will con-
fer a favor on the Editors by men-
tioning this paper when dealing
with advertisers.
TICKETS TO CHORAL UNION.
Hereafter in the Choral Union con-
certs people will be obliged to show
their tickets at the bottom of the hll
stairs before they assend, but tickets
Will not be taken unltil tihe doors are
reached that admit to the hall.
L. D. WINES.

SIIENAF C1OCKVJ COTJ1G6ASS, JAPANiSE GOOOD
Beautiful Lamps, Crope' Paper Lanmp Shades, Chinaware,. Toys
in Great Assortment, Furniture and Draperies at special prices
for four days.
MAI &OOMPANY, Funture.
56, 58 and 60 5. Main St.
F. J. Glen,, The State St. Tailor.
DO YOU KNOW?
That we con save you crom S3 ts $10 oo every Sole or Overcoat b~ought oc s? WW do.
We were brought optsn tbe business, andknow wh~ereocfsse speaks. 'Till pay y:ou to look at
our samples before buying elsewhere.
20 S. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR.

T.0. &C. By. K. &M. Ry.
Solidlihroughs troies tetween Teledos, Ohio.
an~d Charleston, W. Vs., via Columb~us, the
short and oniv direct route.
Toledo, 0.
Findlay,,O.
Renton, 0.
Coltunbue, 0.
Athens, 0.
Niddleport, 0..
Pomery, O0
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Va..
Williamsburg, Va.
Newport News, Va.
Norfork, Va.
And all southleastern points. Elegant
draning room ears on all titeogh trains.
Per further information call on your local
Ticket Agent or write.
MOULTON HiOUE, GCmi Pass. Agt.,
Toledo, 0.
W. A. PETERS, Michigan Puss. Ag ent,
Detroit. Mich.
ITRĀ±LP"A"N"S

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AN ALL-WESTERN ELEVEN. I stc., wshs canijstsly dispute-,lte lliso
to (is:'vatriousIposiltins nlicltTtthe
2-lore In One Named By the U,- ocC. writer can~ only sssy11t1ath li ~ss.tot
Weekly. oeein Ile e teamts platy, andielserefute
The University of Chicago, Weekly canniot lpresumle to ,jutdge' of iseoti.
ls soelected an all-wstsern cle-en, Newsperl slr eportts aee rtovrttidaly in-
chostenift-sitste ive teamts ahisc-Ihlsavetorrt-l, asdtt ooithler d1at1:are tattini-
111ayedin10C(hissago duniing ft-eseaison able.
of 1815. The followsintgittli weie Attendance at Universities.
ptlaced sit it: Einds, Ste, -lil., .a11d
H~arrison, Mlisnn.; tacekles. iHt'nnintger, Thse last volstns-ic f (te Mister-
Mich., anti\-illas,'it-I.; guartdis, tall, va," Publlished;I :iissstislly ini "emtttiy
tiels., asLit asrsonl, Min.; centter, Al- gee ls'f lostgsll(lt- bead
lilt, ~ ~ I~~i17 C..istts ~tk nlp ingthetltt' tyst unstiversitit-s, of thec
(fltt.); t~tf atks V~ttIlstot'- 111wot-ldlwisiels leadine oin 01t f 1tlend-
totter, othi of Nothtlw-esern;I'fill suice:
TheueIekly say~s of sottse of thse ~ ~ - - - ,1-
lMitligatn isen: 4. Maist .............- -5.82(9
Probltsy3tise best ptair of tacekles it 5. -Nap~les- - - - -S........ it.)501
the Wtst ate, ''s iltSand telttittger, 0.IMoseow- - - - -....4,115
bthsof Michtigatn. Itennintger-is t 7.Busdapest- - -.., ...-. 382
waosilte-bst thein tsois, Villsa. Tla st- 'sAtnliis- - - 1::2
tee altssia shattetielst of 11itt in f-' 1. HCivtrd...et.i- - - --.. .23 1(
f etsivi', tasIeninilger in de'fentsive11. Oxftord- - - - .25(1
play, bitt with. or wiltoutt. tilt'aItstn12.' ltanteset-i - - -2(X
thley tie' coni tiultly it the gltttle. 'they- 13 t Leipzig- - - 2,157
site v-eel-strong,a-eeryIheavy fis tlackles14 dibrh,
-15. 4Cali ridlge- - --.. ......2.891
ft-it. Either of thtemtwotultd le ae end- 17. St;. i-te'isbiurg- - 2.804
it toi any teati itt Americst. 185. litltigtttt- - - -_..,2,1772
Of couse Seter, of Mlictigsan, tmay 1iS. liije'w- - - --........ 2,417
201. inttsylvsttia- - -2,400
1:1111y clstimtsoitbe te bt''t enllii _____________
Amtseiea.tisis yeare. lHe playe-d all-Wateid-Somneonte to piatei'anoitI
sarosundIsiashppotnettit in ttavard foer3:Ut-c.itsg in t-xclssttl;gcftorrootm
gooe, s h di 1 fct n eery .iereitt. iteat :ttnillight furniishied. 45)
C-slceits te lit in sic utexee 'siti' l'istt lw tve.
of ti' seasontt. ite wetights i17 5th 1'.
2"'ol-ent-Larige' sun0117sute(, Isot siuti
is a-ely fatstiled stronig, treakt uptil-iicoltd wat11r, batth, fiirnasce lhe-t.sl. 1:ge
tel-feence' lttselousl3- -tiSalsvays sinli-e rooim. 28 S. Divisionit c. 70
gptaiswiltClii- ball. Hits Cftslt stins155 TO Ititt-tOne suite Wilji ftnrtstce
to be sloswness iii followinglkit-ks. hIt itdli bath1*11)-Moroe t5. 71.
At full batck tichsigan agasinDtatkest Subscribe for tihe Daily.
preeetce. Blooingstgon htas. all tit_________________________
qulitie'- thtmlse silta- strbiack. 'iUSIC ON PliHE ICE+.
IHe is shorC tisti strong, quick sit his
feet, keeps. hislheailbtteer thtatn tl-
mtost itny3 0110else atidl -tilsvery low _- -
atiildi.-ti. His putintg is not sinifoi--
ly goeod; it will p~rebalyl average thity7
yairds. Ie liss- putedtlsixty-list'. a
Larson, of Mtinnesota, antiHltl, of
Michigan, lalt'lpe'rhatpsOas good tepir
of guiardls as could be seleceit. Hatll
istro Crinetldosly l3- Itavy, aeig rii 'og 223 -
5ioullii, buit te is aictive, breasks
thlroutghiwel, anld is ass sbsolute Stlte
waal on tlie defense.
Rtefert-iug to the difficsulty of sellt-l
Skating at the-Atleteic Fieldl itier-
tug ait all-wveotern eleven, the Wet-Isly noons and evenings untfil fsurter no-
says:. - tice. Admiission 10 cesits; children Yit-
Petliaps these are players on the der 10 years, b cents; seas-ontsIis Cs2.
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