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January 28, 1896 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1896-01-28

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MnICHIGAN GENTI l
Time Table (Revised) Nov. 24 1895.
EAST. WEST.
P.EM. A. M
Mall and Ex-5.. 50 Mail-______8 38
N. Y. Special---- 5 00 N. Y. Special.... 7 30
Eastern Ea---10 12 N. S. Limited.... 9 15
AM. I.EM.
Atlantic Ex..7 30 Pacific ENa.--12 15
D. N. Express-.. 5 40 Western Na._ _2 00
G5. E. Express ---.il 0S Chi. Nt. Ex--.-10 28
O.REs .-----557
0. W. RUGoLES, H. W. HATES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor
RAILROAD.
Time Tabie, Jan. 12, i896.
NORTH. SOUTH.
7:22 a.m. *7:0 a. m.
*12:20 p. m. 11:40a. m.
4:15 p. m. 9:21 p. M,
All trains daily except Sunday
*Traios eon betwees Ann Arbor and Toledo
only.
H, . S. GREENWOOD, Agent
1W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti groin Congress st., 7:10. 8:45
and 11:00 a. m.; 12:45,2:15,5:00, 6:45, 9:15 asd
10:45 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Jonction, 7:40, 9:15 and
11:50 a. m.;'1:15, 2:45, 5:10, 7:15, 9:d5 and 11:15
P.mi.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress nI., 1:50,3:30,
:00, 0:50 and 9:00 p.m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00,4:00,1:30,
1:00 and 0:50 p. m.
Cars run on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents; round trip tickets 25 cents.
WE. F. PARKEno, Sopt.
If you wsast good reliable lice insuorance call
on Fred T M~cOmber, ofice No. 1, S.
1 Foorth ave.
NEW M~ACHINE SHOP
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Skates Concaved.
Experimental Work.
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IAT THE GEAND OPERA HOUSE. NOTICE TO '96'L.
The Limlited Mail is a graphiically The constitution of '961 L provides
drawin picture of life on the rail, and that the contest fetrchioosig class
ini its nnfolding are employed soime ce- orator shall occur net later tbon the
illarkahle and successful pieces of ill- last week in Maorchi. Poems of these.
:native reailism. The play's greatest competing for class poet m100t he
hioldl 111011public app~reciation is in its handedt to the class. president not later
siuations and clinmates, wvhicht are 'thain Marcl 1, '96. Poems are liiiiited
thlinlg, atnd illits seenic aiid me- in length to seventy-five hines. istir-
clisiical emibellishmnents, which are thee rules will he published later.
extremely elaiborate and preteniious. FRED L. INGRAHAMN.
A train of railroad. cars dasing ecros Presidenit1)01L..
the stage in the space of six seconids, '980 BASEBALL M2EN.
is a1 featusre which elicited the tilislint- A meeltig of the '95Oibaseball tc':sm
edi aisidause of the auidieince. The will be held in Rouim 9 on Wednesday
sasw-miill scens', .in which the liei'oi'ie next at 4 p. in.,10 elect captaits.
coimies wihin a hair of. being cot iiin.NIIO. , sigr
twain bsy a Nvieked looking "buzzo," isb
expressively thrilling. A message Professor Hinisdale desiressalsail-
tislhed iii blazing letters ascross the didatles for the Teacher's Diiploma, in
wiries, forestailling and defeatiiig a June, 15961, who have not already edonie
dasstairdly alttempl~t to wreck a traini so, to retiort themselves .: 1hiim at

abouit ldue, is far andsaway(lie best
hlit of liii proilsction. The audience
wa~s lamre :and wildly enlthusiastic.
Theiim'1iiited:l M1il l::ha .trernenslous
miiitroptolitansi en:110off.-N. V. Dra-.
mnatic' News. At the Grcand operai
house Thursdaiy, Ja~n. 20.-Ado'.
THlE ICE tS FINE
on tbe Athletic Field rink and now is
the time to eiijoy it.
F. C. WEINBERIG.
Dusring (lie second semester the bib-
oraotory of general chemnistry wiltlibe
oiiein to studints both forenooin andi
afternoon. Those who wish to secure
tables should apply early.
P'. C. FREERI.
LODoE-DsisS MACsrnINETOOL CO.,
Cincinnati, 0
I cast my vote for the University og
Miciglan, Ann Arbor, Mich., in the con-
test for the 11500 lathe, whilch you offer.
to present on March, 1, 1800, to the techni-
cal school receving the greatest number
og votes.
Voters Foil Name---------------.
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(Voters must be an, least fifteen years
old. Ladies cannot vote bob may aid in
securing votes.

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tral and innumerable other systems, it
is the favorite Travelers' Companion.
The Daily will keelp yoti up-to-date
on everything regariniig the Univer-
sity - $1.50 UNTIL COMMENCE.
AIENI'.
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PHOTOGRAPHERS,
12 W. HURON ST.,
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 18961:
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glimate~ailroad Comedy Dram,,
The Limited Mail
With the Wonderful
BEATRICE, The PhoDsncenal Fancy
TWO Dot confound this tCenpa y oih
IP IF 1any other 'Mai."ilegant l'otos sf
the beatlsui HSATIICE given to every lady
attending each performance.
Try to Forget the Date and Then You'll Re-
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Prices, - 35c, 50c and 75C.
This Old Reliable
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lIs n er been equal-{
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and ollie parposes.
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ount, it is a bolutely
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this eel'gsnt Nieel-
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For grther inormaton call on your local
Ticket Agent or write.
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W. A. PETERS, Michigan Pams. Agent,
Detroit, Mich.
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6 ENTERTAINMENTS FOR $1,25,
Students' Lecture Association.
Tickets for the rest of the course have been reduced to
$1.25.
Hon. Henry WatroFeb. 14th.
Boston Temple Quartet....................... Feb. 29
Oratorical Contest......... ................. March 20
Max O'Rell.................. .................. April 3
Elon. Theodore Rooseelt....... ............. .-April 24
Archbishop Ireland ............................ May 1

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