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January 20, 1896 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MJG6H IGA NGENThA SKATES, 'KNIVES AND RAZORS
TimaTalenRevsedWNoS24T.9 Having purchased ale full line of sonpe skates, knives and razors froms Henry
Pa. M wn A. M ears & ton at a discount of 50 per cent, we now offer them at the same discount,
Malland a__-_3151Maill -e_____so8 1 0 W W -jm'A Ty F' 0 I
NY.Special.---.500 N.Y.CSpecial---- 730J U S T O N TB A LPjapp
Eastern Eu---10 12 N. S. Limited.--. 0 25
A. M. P. M. A good pair of skates wortk 70:, now 35c. A nice pocket knife at from Cc to tic.
Atlantic Eu .___7 30 Pacific Es .----12 15 A good razor at 50t, otkers 75c, $1.00, and $1.25.
D. N. Express---- 5 40 Western Eu.__2 10
G.R. Express ..-1105Ch Ci. Nt. Eu.1028
G s 557 & M O MPANY,& x Furniture.
0. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYSyn, 5 58 and 6Q S. Main St. 'Phone 164.
G. P. & T. Agt., Ckicago. Agt., Ann Arbor ______________________________

RAILROAD.
Timer Table, Jan. 2, 1104.
72am. 7:40 a. m
n"122ogp. m. 11:4 a. m.
4:15 pm. 9:21P. m.
All trains daily except unday
-"Tainn un between Ann Arbor and Toledo
Rely . S. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT 1. . A. Toledo .
S AMI~ ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST RY.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 195.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress nt. 7:108:5
and11:0a. m.; 12:45,2:15,5:00, :45, :15 and
iC4p. m
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:40,9:15 and
11:30 a. a.: 1:15, 2:45, 5:0,7:15, 9:45 and 11:15
p. m.
SUNDAY TIME
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st.,1:30,3:0,
:60,61:0 and 9:00 p.mJ
Leave Ann Arbor unctIon, 2:00,4:00,5:0,
700 and 9:30 p. m.
Cams run on city time are: single trip 1
cents; round trip ticket i5 cents.
WM. F. PAanR, Cpt.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
WHOLESALE CIGARS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES
Railroad + Ticket + Brokers.f
Money to loan on prsonsl poperty.
RAN DALL
Photographer
1.5 Washington Block.
lOOP & 00SO..,SAT
Call on tem for
Fine Lunche.,
Fine Coo lte,
sid Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
Chafing Dishes
SOcock Tea Kettles
U. OF M. PINS.
WMt ARNOLD'S
Jewery Sor.
iii~in~rnrnCATERER
NEW MYACHINE SHOP
HUNTER BROS., 9 E. LIBERTY ST
Skates Concaved.
Experimental Work.
RENTSCHLER,
VHOTOOCRAV3HERI
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
HOT LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS
Chocolates and Candies
- AT--'
JOLLY S& CO'S.
200e. State St., ager Block.
Large Lies of Fine "Pipes. Tobaesa and
--Cgars.

F. J. Gilen, The State St. Tailor.
]DO YOU KNOW?
That we can save you fro in o$010 on every Cult or Overcoat b~ought of us? We do
We were brough1t op in the kusiness, and know whsereof we .peak. 'Twill pay you to Iooik at
oar samples before Saying elewhere.
20 S. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR.
fifth, she succeeding in defeatinog
FOTBL I TEWEST N.orthwestern early iii the season be-

The clime of the footballi seoson in
the West reoulted in a very gratifyinig
ceang- froi that of thoe year tiefore'.
Our tenon otandls out1clearly above the
rest, chunipions withiout a douotbt, asid
the pSositon of the other call be detei'-
hnlled withot f avot' 01 prejsuice.
This state of affairs isl qite 11 relief;
for lost year every college of alny iii-
ptortaneie whatsoever ws;s claiming for
its tenom the title of chllisisols.
'lace scoson wais otpened in Chlicago
511 Septembitsr 28, by a ;gase lbetsween
thne ('hkatg o tniversity ai, lAthletic
Club leamns, svhich risuilteci in ae vic'-
torly for the 'varsity tby a score of 8
in 0, na ileralote exhiition of foot-
basoll on both side's.anod was, closet in1
the same city on Thanksgivinlg day by
thse anonuaol ichigan-Chic:go gailie,
ssiiieh gave to tihe former the choampit-
toiis of 41oc West witotit atosibt.
Aliehiigal's ilog list of victories froh
he'r Gent gmme withi the Orchsord t.ko'
Military Acadeicy up, to the Htarvarsd
gasme, in none of which 11cr oppctonenats
succeeiled in crossing thle goal hune,
lie close defeats of tboth Mihinesotol
aiiit Chicaigo, lvib no10rivalin 10the
Wiest thie siiglitest cll for suptrelm-
icy, mleetinig and deetsiog nil thet
large westein teaims, with a fesv cx-

fore either team wats in slmeiasnd.on
a day when the weather wsn so wtsrin
t1h:t1 idaying footbaoll was 5oult of thie
tquestion, bttfaili'tlto, keeplspsiio th11
others later oii.
Missouari undousbtedl~yload on grioat
team, but wan so far off ahd ilso
tesw gaitieswills the ilaing toalis,
thait she coinnot; be classifiedi. It is. to
lie hlopedithastiietyear 0111ei.dissotiri
nionagenic'nt svill be oable 1(o lrcalge
foe st'verail ganies ssit~i.stonoe of tihe
leadters.
Oberlin failed: loscoime up In hee
standaord of lashtye'ar, anlti -fosr Attel-
bsert, wsell, the writer tineslnt thoink
tlit they ivililohave ltloeto picturte toakiic
cos "'hallllols of the WecsI" a1 leaost
list this ye'ar.
Thit'Chicaogo Athlic tClublste'oami as
o m sooinenlt foictor in west('rn.fosotball,
buit failingts ooisav' ay imortant
gamooes vit!i the wecsternl colt:'ge's, thoey
caiiiiot. bt'compiiared. He defeat by
tiie Chicaigs Uivet'rsity teamolwns,(tue
chieflhy to 1110 fact ilthllt'eAthlIc
Clusb team shail ii'sver liinediuttbefore
an11dlnt to thot' 'sai'ty''s ssiueriority.
On going East tht AtlolletieCtlsubtploiy-
edi gtod foottiall 01100 wacs very sticcess-
fiil, lbutth' Boston-tCligo glaic lay~~s-
ed at Chicago o11'Thiotnkgiving day
01110 011wiitlsthey basceliceit reptll

FRESHMAN ORGANIZATIONS.
Names Selected for Glen and Bano'
Cluhe.
The freslisoson glee' sld banljo clubs
are0 aoto mp clelte,'th'eOociieii being
picked outt Saturdiaylfter tie prac-
tice wvhich wais held at 1 o'clock in
R~oim 24. Tie list of names muostt
ist be bhanded i to toe Board of
Cointrol before it caii be aennuned.
The clubs are practiciing twic a
week and expect to be iii good condi
tion before loug. C. D. Webster, of
the Chioraii Union, is acting as teim-
pnary director of the glee club. The
commnittee witichlohd charge of the s-
lection of the men iIreorted that tre
we're aboult four applsications for every-
place excepting first tenor.
Evangeistic Services.
Unliversity hal was filedlst nghot
to her1Rev. Wolcott C'olkins, (le wcl
knowvn revivalist. Dr. Clkins is con-
dutinllgtvngelistic srvices tnnoei' tet
jtoint auispie's of thoe Stdtents' C'hris.
flth Assot-atiol ond.othfle C'hristioii
Uion of thit city. Theothiemoe of tie
seumon lost night wvas "Thle lquicke-.
iog spirit of C'hrist." The oiaker
showoned himioself to be nt aii evagelist
of the elllotitsll~iltypt, but a mansliof
scolaly :attinmenocits wooents not al-
losIris shlarltsipi to blind.l 0111 to the
Tihe "quic'keningigltrit of ('hrist"Iwa
deilarted to bs't'egroat force 1in tie
univeret and testimonuy fromi 110en i-
netin1 chemiccl, biologicali and psy-
cologicol scence wsi given to sows
thaot the day of ma~tterialism has:1
pisiset't.
Thet'sini'ng undetite hoodirotios oft
the 1Rev. Pngh, of Chiscago, was one of
the best featres of thoe sevice. 'Thee
meietings will contnut, undoe the leaid-
crslitp of Dr. Calkioss every nghttOis
sweek in t'(olgregt'g illi eletoat.
7:30) o'clock. Bible' radtings will te
tciidutoe'lin tue sme pt tlaccesery
afternnon at 3.
NOTICE.
It would be at great accommodation
to bear froni all of the senior lito who
have not replied in regard to caps and
gowns. W. C. BORST,
Chairman,
CASTALIAN PRIZE: COMPETITION.
On account of the numeiross requests
for extension of time the Castaiaii
Price Comnpetition will not close till
Join. 20th,
This space is reserved
for the Grand Opera
House
STUDENTS T
If yen want god reliable life insurance call
en Fred TM~ber, offce N. 1, S.
Fourth ave.

etononatoseeceisoneingcostion, 0amoun11tsto oalmost inothing, for
iefeated by lietopphoents, her claimltheoy.impoorted ohsmoioiy playes that
ho supleriority is cleoir anti justifiaible. one swouldhttavse greastodifficulty in
hoe second place the contest wa'si recognizinigoany of thle otiginllWIaion.
very close-Purdne, Mlinoicoota, Clii- ansly oneoiber of thce clots will aod-
t'ago, Illinois anid Northwsetrn 1l11smit tho:taboust ill thinlhaysing 1501
plyed good football and fiiiishendtdone by thefllelioiger, VaiiDsozeii antI
about even, but P~urdue leads. I think Brcn.
lie team iwais not approeciatetI 1u1thl Amiong the High Schoolis footblsai
seen and tlen lie atilhity remlainedllhas develoised remarkblcoy Ind th le
unoquestioned. 'True, she suffered de- Hyde t'aek Iiit School teaml~ of Ci
foot at tile hsands of Northwssestern, but ecogo ipasseth through oa successful sea-
the atter leanm put upia. very uncer- son, wininsg every gsaihse.
tails ff1510, playing first class football Wi. Wi. HUt'GlES.
one week and boing to pieces thin11,000 MILES.
next. Purdue's victory over Mhsoie- Always a leader, the Ohio Central
sotaandIllnois he clse gme ithLines mileage ticket, with latest adldl-
Michitranlions is the best. Covering ,thse Big
lihgngive her thse advaiitage for Four, B. & 0., C., H. & D., Ohio Cen-
second place. teal and innumerable other nystems, it
Mlinnesoha with lie light team, Chi- in the favorite Travelers' Companion.
nags and IlinoiC, linisised tile season THE ICR IS FINE
as even as was possible. Nor'thwvest- on the Athletic Field rink and now is
en started out porly, suddenly the the time to enjoy it. Mtusic tonight
teamn braced up and acquied a bell- and tomorrow night.
blunt record, and then dropped to F. C. WiEINBERGS.
pieces, going down as fast as the had 'Business men like Swan Line'n
climbed before. Wiisconsin comes. Paper. 78J

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