THE U. OF M. DAILY.
* Time Table (Revised) Nov. 24 1895.
Malland Ex -35 Maill-______8 38
N.Y. Special-::- 1 00 N. Y. Special..-. 7 30
Eastern Ex-...10 12 N. S. Limited.... 9 25
Atlantic Ex.7 30 PacifEc Ex-----12 15
D.N.Express---- 5 40 Western Ex... 2 00
G. R. Express ..11 05 Chi. Nt. Ex1---.10 28
G REx . A-nES5 57
0. W. RUGGLE, B. W. HAYES,
G. F. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor
SKATES, KNIVES AND RAZORS
Having purchased the full line of sampie skates, knives and razors from Henry
Sears & on at a discount of 50 percent, we now offer them at the same discount,
J U S'T O NB-HA LF OFIF.
A good pair of skates worth 75c, sow135c. A nice pocket knife at from 8c to 35c.
A good ra.or at 50c, others 75c, $1.00, and S.5
MLACH & COMIP.&NYFurniture.
56, 58 end 60 S. Main St. 'Phone 164.
Time Table, Jan. 12, 1896.
7:22a.m. *7:40 a.m.
12:2 p. m. 1:6ia. m.
C1~5 pi.m, 9:21 p..
All trains daliy except Sunday
'Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. . A. Toledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:10, 8:45
and 11:00 a. m.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:00, 0:45, 9:15 and
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:0,9:15 and
11:30 a. m.; 1:15, 2:8, 5:30, 7:15, 9:45 and 11:15
Leave Ypsilanti from Congressst., 1:30,3:30,
:0, :30 and 9:00 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00, 4:00, 5:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Cars run on city time Fare: single trip15
cents; round trip tickets 25 cents.
W. F. PARKER, Supt.
THE KINDERBARDEN BILLIARD HALL
TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES.
Railroad + Ticket + Brokers.
Money to loan on personal property.
15 Washington Block.
TOO & lO 0 S. STATE
U U I ' STREET.++
Call on them for
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
5 O'clock Tea Kettles
U. OF X. PINS.
20 E. Washing,
'NEW MACHINE SHOP
HUNTER BROS., 9 E. LIBERTY ST.
AN ARBOR. MIOH.
HOT LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS
Chocolates and Candies
JOLLY & O's.
20 . State St., Sager Block.
Large Line of Fine Pipes, Tobaccos and
F. J. Glen, The State St. Tailor.
DO YOU KNOW?
That we can save you from $3 to $10 on every Suit or Overcoat bought of t us? We do
We were brouht upin the business, and know whereof we speak. 'Twill pay you to look at
our samples before buying elsewhere.
20 S. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR.
Spring Bicycle Meet.
There is -a movement on foot among
the wlheelmen of the University to ask
the Athletic Board to make altera-
tious and repairs to the track at the
athletic field this spring. From pres-
ent indications there will be consider-
able attention paid to bicycling by stu.
dents. The plan proposed is to ask
the athletic board to contribute to-
wards the alteration of the tiack at
the atiletic field. As it is at present
it is of no practical benefit to wheel-
0en, being made of cinders and be-
ing banked in the center. The men
who are agitating the matter say it
would not require a very great sum to
widen the track ten feet and they ex-
pect to raise the larger part of the
necessary amount among the bicyelisls
in the University.
All students who intend to take
Latin 30 tie Italic Dialects) next
semester are requested to notify me as
coon as possible, as the books for the
course must be imported from Ger-
many. JOHN C. ROLFE.
NOTICE TO BASEBALL MEN.
All candidates for 'Varsity Baseball
Team must hand in their name, posi-
tion they are trying for, and depart-
in University. Hand names to E. V.
Deans, 44 E. Ann st., or Ed. C. Shields,
33 S. Thayer st, immediately.
ED. C. SHIELDS, MIgr.
Student members of the ?olitical
Science Association can get ihe tpub-
lications as they come out h ycalling
at room 11, Tappan I-ail, at 1t a. mo.
on any day except Saturday. Five
numbers are now out and a sixth, de-
voted to city government, is printing.
Mkembership, which includes the pub-
lications, is open to all stude:s at $1
CHARLES H. CO('LfEY,
PRIZE FOR SHORT STORY.
The '96 'Res Gestae" Board offer a
cash prize of $15 for the best short
story on a legal subject. Contribu-
tions from all departments are invited
and the Board reserve the right to use
:all manuscript submitted.
Harvard and Columbia's freshman
teams will row in June.
Loman-DAvis MACNnE Too. Co.,
I cast my vote for the University of
MichIgan, Ann Arbor, Mich., in the con-
test for the Si,581 lathe, which you offer
to presenton Merc, 1, IW, te the techni-
cal school receiving the greatest number
Voters Ful Name...............
(Voters must be at least ffteen years
old. Ladies cannot vote but may aid in
. Take advantage of the
Money Getling Sale!
JACOBS & AL[MAND
C V'See our Show Window.
T. O. & C.Ry. K. &M. Ry.
Solid through trains between Toledo, Ohio
sad Charleston, W. Y., via Columbus, the
short and only direct route.
Pt. PIeasant, w. Va.Pomery,.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Newport News, Va.
And all southeastern Po ins. Elegant
drawing rom cnrsgn altthrsugh trans.
Fr fartherl3ngormnatlon cll on yer local:
Ticket.Agent or write.
MOULTON HOUK, Gen'i Pass. Agt.,
W. A. PETERS, Michigan Pass. Agetm,
Grand Opera House.
SATURDAY, JAN. 25.
A Big Event, Engagement of that Funny
And isbig comedy company presenting the
funsiesi pla yoyn verawn yurlife
1A APPY LITTLE HOME"
And There's aLaughin Every Line.
Prices, - 35c, 50c and 75c.
If yenw 4418dif e i nsurance call
ons eed tOmr, offic No: 1, .
ENTERTAINMENTS FOR $1,25,
Students' Lecture Association.
Tickets for the rest of the course have been reduced to
Rev T. DeWitt Talmage, Jan 24.
Hon. Henry Watterson..........................Feb. 14
Boston Teiple Quartet .........................Feb. 29
Oratorical Contest............................March 20
Max O'Rell .................................... April 3
Hon. Theodore Roosevelt...................-April 24
Archbishop Ireland..............................May 1
Help the Women's Gym.
BY GOING TO HEAR
REV. T. DRWITT TALMAGE,
Friday night, Jan. 24, subject, "My Journey Around the World."
The Entire Proceeds of this Lecture will be given to the
WOMEN'$ ll GYMNASIUm.
Tickets on sale at Palmer's Drug Store, Sheehan's, State
st., Moore, Wej ore's, Main St.