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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

IJHTGAN CENTL~
Time Table (Revised) March 1, 1896.
EAST. WEST.
P. M. A. M
Mail and Ex-...350 Maili - 0......8
N. Y. Special---. 5 00 N. Y. Special---. 7130
Eastern Ex.---10 12 N. S. Limited.--- 0 25
Atlantic Ex-..7 il0 Pacific Ex---12 15
O.N. Express.... 5 40 Western Ex -2 00
G. R. Express..1i1 05 Chi. Nt. Es---10 1l
G R.Ex -.....5 57
0. W. RUGoLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicags. Agt. Ann Arbor
RAILROAD.
Time Table, jan. 12, 15550.
NORTn. SOUTH.
7:21a.m. *c:40a. m
'12:20 p. m. 11:46 a. m.
4:15 p. m. 9:2 p. M.
All trains daily except Sunday
*Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
YR. S. GREENWOOD. Agent
W. H. BENNETT 1. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARBOR& YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, Ott. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:10. 8:45
and 11:00 a. m.; 1:45, 2:15,5:00, 0:45, 0:15 and
10:45 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:d0,90:15 and
11:30 a. in.; 1:15, 2:40, 5:30, 7:15, 9:41 and 11:11
p. m.
SUNDAY TIME.
~ave Ypsilanti cross Congressost., 1:50, 3:30,
06:20and 0:00 . m.
~save Ann Arbor Junction, 1:00,4:00,5:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Cars run on city time Fare: single trip 15
rents: round trip tichets 25 cents.
Ww. F. PARKER, Supt.
S'TUDENTrS T
If you wast good reliable 1(0felinsurance call
on Frcd T Mde~mber, oile Ho. 1, S.
Fourth ave.
NEW MYACHINE SHOP
HUNTER BROS., 9 E. LIBERTY ST.
Skates Concaved.
Experimental Work.
RENTSCHLER,
LNHSAT ALL HOURS
Chocolates and Candies
--AT--
JOLLz.Y & CO'S.
100S. State St., Sager Bloch.
Large Line of Fine~ Pipes, Tobaccos and
Cigars.

Good Tailoriug.
No lottery schemes. You pay for what you get and
CASH saves you 25 per cent. Every garment fitted
and guaranteed. Thousands of students are amoingst our
customners. The largest line in the state to select
from. Fulline of samples at the Cook House every
Tuesday. I1t will will pay you to see the line..
T HE GOLDEN EAGLE CO, DETROIT.

Intercolleiate Athlotics.
[Th~e Daily Princetonian.]
College bicycle racing will enter on
a new eratils spring ax, a result of
1110 eniterprising spirit of thie Har~vard
Cycling Association. Tis lssolation
igoinig to 1101( a mneeting open to col-
lege riders only.
The raceo, will be hield. upon tile now
tratck iiow being built. at Camibriudge.
It is a third of a. mile iii circuiiifer-
ence, andl will eiibody the latest imi-
iprovenilents iii track consotruiction. No
expense has been spatred to make this
tur faistest andel safest truck i5 tile
world. 'Mr. Corcoran, so long identi-
fled with the Waltilaintrauck, is to
liiaie entire chalrge.
There will be four seratch events
loud 0110 bandlicap, besides a
road:1race betweenl Illrvalrd andl the
tiniversity of 1'ellsyivaiii ha1100been
airranlgedi. Tile scra1tchi events will be
a one-thirdt mile, one-llif Wmile, cue
mile lint ive ile raiee. The two
tatter will be p:a:e: by fast taindeii
tennis. The haniidicuaptrill be a two
mile race with a limoit of 200 yardls.
Tile college scorinig tile most points
ii ile scraotchi events will be presented
wf.itis a silk ibanner. In every rae.,
goldi, silver anid bronzie iietials..will be
given to first, second aiid tiird respec-
tively. These incibols will be streil
froisi the H. U. C. A. die, andi will
elll iii valne 21105e given tt tile
intlercollegiate mieet.
tWsivcr,ite Courier.]
1'ennsyivanli will hl:1an ilt: uvol.
legi~lc relay race April 25th, open to:
the Unuiversities and eolleges of thse

Swrartinmore, Ilal-verford., Rntgers
ad Stephens.
Willianis, Dartmoth, Ausiliersi and
Union 'College.
College of City of New York, tUnd-
rersity of New York, liordhai Col-
loge and Syiracnse University.
Gicaeogo University, University of
1liciigan, University-of California and
University Of Iowa.
Yale, Princeton, Brown and George-
town University.
Uiniverstly of Minincsota, University
of Illinois, Toronto University, and
tUniversity of Wiscallsili.
State College, Bucknell Universiity,
Franklin and1:'Mairsh'lil and3 Dickinson
College.
Pennsylvania Stale College (Gettys
lburg), Moihlenburg, Westaiineer Gel-
loge (1Md.), and St. Johns Celege (An-
nalpolis, M1d.).
Ul'ilversily of ir'gilia U' niversity of:
Noith Caroiinai, ohns h~opkins aondt
Vainderbilt University.
Trinity, Wesleyasn, Tuft's College
an1 assacliuselt Inlst. 'lech.
Western 1Peniisylvania. Univeiity,
Allegheny College, Waisliuigton andil
Je-gersonl:and1.tJeffersoiiCollege.
AT THlE GRAND OPERIA HOUSE.
Tile hargest tlloodhuondl in tile would
is with Stetsons Uiicle loin's Cabiii
Co. which01coles to the ()grnd opera-l
house Wed~nesday evening. Hte
Iweigihs 20)3ipounids iiid cost $1,000.
ittet<"on's till-Ic 10111to. wais greeted
wvith a. cro~wd~edhouslaistiht. The
1111 sto:ry of slaover~y days wais well in-
terilretedl 1111 was enjolyed by all.
'iii 11'e ,--e a: iiiiilr lot txcellentsle
cialltieO ,inltrodued wichllt(1:1k txceed2-
ingly wll.-York D1aily.
HO1AESEEKE!IiFI' E\CtUIStON S VSA
0O110 CENTR AL LINES.
To Virginiaaid (lie Southi, March 10.
One fare for round trip. See agents
Ohio Central Lilies or address,, W. A.
Pelters, M. P. A., Detroit, 'Michil.; John
Moores, T. 1P. A., Findlay, Ohio.
Wile newest and liargest assortmnt
of Carpets, Rtugs,Muttings anld Dmap-
cries at Ho~llers Funiture Store.
Any young lady student wilo wishes
light work to pay for rooai and board
apply to MrIs. H. C. Eames, 7 N. tate.
Wanted-An experienced flute play-
er. See Mr. Gillespie at Ann Arbor
Organ Co.'s store.
Medical Students-The place to get
your 'hand of pocket cases made as
you want them is at the Argus Book
Bindery.
The Daily will be delivered by car-
rier or by mail for the remainder of
the year for $1.23.
Subscribe for the Daily.

T. O. &C.Ry. K. &M. Ry.
Solid through trainss betwesn Toledo, Ohio
and Charleston, W. Va., via Columbus, the
short and only direct route.
BPTwENs
Toledo, 0.
Findlay, 0.
Kenton, 0.
Columbus, 0.
Athens, 0.
Kiddleport, 0.
Pomery, 0.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Vs.
Richmond. Vs.
Petersburg, Vs.
Old Point Comfort, Vs.
Williamsburg, Vs.
Newport News, Vsr.
Norfork, Vs.
And nil southeusters points. Elegant
drawing room curs on all through trains.
For further isformation cull on your local
Tichet A ent or write,
MOUhLTON IlOUK, Cesi Puass. Agt.,
Toledo, 0..
W. A. PETERS, Michigan Pasu. Agent,
Deroit, Mich
Grand Opera House.
ONE NIGHIT ONLY.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 119 '96
GEORGE P. STETSON'S
BIG SPECTACULAR
ONCLE TOM'S CADIN!
The Barnum oc them all. Under the
manugement of Will J. Blanks.
50 Men, Women and Children
S'Ia=CEOs A.S TTSTTA.I
2d Semester.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $3 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.
- Tile sew Styles have
arrived. Opera Crooks
are theetling. fee our
window.
WM. ARNOLD'S JEWEIR' STORE.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS
MONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL
PROPERTY.
Wholsl Cigars, Tobaccos and Cgarettes
lEANGSlCTE RFRn 20ATEoE,

TTniltvrl' Ct trx ci.nil f nTU ) i

1 unaitea stat.es ana t an is 1,

at which

RANDALL
photographer
15 Washington Block.
nit8. SITATE
TOOP & C * N TREET. +
Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
COTRE LL & LEONARD,
Albany. N. Y..
Makors of
'Caps Gowns
for Yale '96,Harvard
'1.Princeton '96 and
may we not add Michigan-'96?

file college chianipionshiip of Amnerica
will be coiltested for. Tile iaces will
be gorernled by (lie samle rules of
qualification 011d1eligibility h0tb1U0-tv
prevail in ;the Intercollegiate Athletic
Assoclation.
Au 'effort has been made to arralnge
colleges in groups that are about
equialinu strenlgthi. Making suichi a
ciassificantion has been dificult, aiid if
any college feels that it hays not been
placed in its proper group it is }at lib-
erty to suggest a chlange. By racing
in one of tile group conitests a college
is not prevenhted froin also entering
thue race for the intercollegiote chain-
pionship, provided, of course, thlat col-
loge bus won in ito group. Tile groups
have been arranged as follows:
Hllrvarot and Pennoylvaula.
Cornell, Columbus, Lehigh and La-
N yette.

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