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March 27, 1896 - Image 3

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

IMGHIGAN GENRL
Time Table (Revised) March 1, 186.
Mail and Ex....310 Mail -S-----83
N. Y. Special...._51 N. Y. Seial.... 7 30
Eastern Ex---10 12 N. S. Lsnsited.__ 9 5,
Atlantic E"."7 3 Paciic Es.---12 19
D.NExpress .... 5140 Western Es.__2 00
- . R. Express ..11 05 Ci. N. Es.---10 1
G.REs.----557
. W. RUGGLS~n, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chiag. Agt. Ana Arbor
RAILROAD.
Time Table, jTa. 12, 196.
7:22.m. 7:40 a. m.,
'12:20 p.m. i1:6 a m.
4:1p. m 9:2p. m.
All trains daily ecept Sunday
.Trains ran betwees Ann Arbr and Toledo
only.
R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. BY.
Timn Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congres., 7:10. 8:45
and 1:00 a. i.; 12:4, 2:5, 5:00, :45, 9:1 and
10:41 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junctin, 740, 9:15 and
11:0 a. i.; 1:15, 2:4, 5:0, 7:15, 9:45 and 11:10
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress t.. 1:0,3:0,
:0, 6:30 ad :00 p. E.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00, 4:00, :0,
7:00 and :0 p. m.
Oars run oa city time are: single trip 1
centu; round trip tickets 25 cents.
WuM. F. PARaKE, Supt.
STUDEsNTS!
If you mast good reliable life insurance call
on Fred T iScem her, office No. 1, S.
Fourtb ave.
Bicycle Repairing.'
Bicycles Enameled and all kinds
of machine work.
HUNTERZ BROS..
No. 9 East ELl5erry St.
RENTSCHLER,
:PHOTC3C TtAH:9r.!
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
,Oieof New Pipes'
Hot Lunches, Chocolates and
Bon Bon.
R. E. JOLLY & CO.
20OS. Sate St., Sager Block.
RANDAL L
Photographer
15 Washington Block.
~ &Co26 R. STATE
ToourWCl STREET.+ 4
Sal n them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
COTREL & LEONARD,.
Albany. N. Y.
Makers of
Capsz Gowns
for Yale '96,Harvard
'16, Princeton 96and
we add with pleasure Michigan 196

Good Tailoring
No lottery schemes. Ytou pay for what you get and
CASH saves you 25 per cent. Every garment fitted
anil guaranteed. Thousands of students are amongst our
ciistoniers. The largest line in the state to select
from. Full liue of samsples at the Cook House every
Tuesday. It will will pay you to see the line.
THE GOLDEN EAGLE CO,; DETROIT.

Fellowships Offered.
Three 1prizes are offer:d. by th:
Aniein Schsool of CIasrciculSud~ies
itn tRoimeto setudeilsi lercOtedt illits
lines of Investigaition. They aire i12th:e
form of Felllowslips for the yesr 106(-
7, as follows: One of $6010, Osjtlb1i:511-
ed by tls teluonging Comiuitcee; one
of $000 given by thte Arochirteologie::l
Institute of Aiuerican, and oiie of $,500
for tie otudy of Cllristi.ian Areliii'o-
logy, conltribuitedI by trieii:,is of :210
school. Thirse are 012011to 12:seleors
of Acts of ill uiBversties anid colleges
of this countlry andl to other Amlericanl
stsudents of sioclar 1tttsaiilelts. Prof.
Sauel 20:all'lsscr, of the Western
Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohi:o,
is the secretary of the lsnagil ; Com-i
mnittee, Laiid will fiirnitslo lte liecoonary
ppiic~~tliti511andhllainks. All appIlica-
ionoslmutst be ini iis li':iinls by 'laly 1.
Thle holiters of ltiese Felloos.21:iips
will 0:e enrolled as iegsl:r iueiioers
of the school, and w sill be rrequiire~t to
pursueth loir studiies, uinider the super-
vision of the Directors of the School,
for te full school year of ter o nths:115,
begininiig October 15, 159lti. They will
i'eside oreliiosriiy in Rtome; but a1por-
tion of the year may be splonst with the
consent aiid uisder the aidvice of Oh:.
directors, iln ilv eslig~i tiouis celscwiero
in Itaily, eor in travel sand eaiirly is
Ocleece uder lt:'eosupervisioin of Ihe
Director 0f the Aiierican Scio~sl of1
Classical Sbu-ties at Atheis. In adldi-
finn to his general studies, ea:i:-h ho:lder
of a fell1owhhip is recqutireil to talle
s0111e iefiniite suitject for spec:Ial re-
searchel, andl to preseont a paper Ciii-
botlying the results of htis investiga-
lion.
Baseball Candidate Injured.
During the baseball practice iii the
cage yesterday afternsoon Ktiiiiaii, 0)10
of the new cauntidlates for catchiei, was
badly ;injureid by a oarelessly thrown
bail, which struck is fare a little be-
low the left eye, breaikiut h~iiasi-andl
cutting his eye id. It is htopedt that
tho acciheint will not prevent bhum:
fromi continuing practice for any
length of timue, as lie is one of the
mos pronislug eaiididates of this
years new men.
NOTICR.
The annual election sf the Voiver.
sity of Michigan Athiletic Association
will. be held in the chapel at 2 p. in.,
on Saturday. April 4, 18901.
JANS H. PRENTISS, Pies.
Washburn Guitar for sole, Argus
office. 128.

A uiee.tng ealbedlfor the putoses: 7of
(r:(ltigz a porli:lleiit (r,-ii.2ti::i of
i Glood1 toverninit 01111)ofthei'lit-
versity of N9l:-lhgi. an will1:0h11Heldisl
]io)il C (olile : b ipel), 1University Ii~ili,
o'clock. The club soill bec oilstitiit:':
a member of thie \ itio1aii1:,a usgie of
('ollig e Civil Service 1R:feralt Inlbs,
anl its ini-ib-roso-ill to:' ctitIlsi to
compte('foxire'$20)) indi :ehpiizes
oli or:': by tme league for oessaers oil
civil service reform. l. 1 ieiiiors sot
time IUniversity are coruitally invitedl ::
bero of the club.
ANN ARBOR RlI. ERXCUItSION
JIULL.EIIN.
Rfates of oine fare for tile roulnd trilp
owill be m~ade for thc licmigan Chris-
hialt Rndeavror (Convlention at l1onda,
Mtichi. Tickets solil April 1I111: 2, liimi
itedl to return not later that Ap~rtil4.
189e.
Rates of oiie aiid oiie-thiirdl fare will
be made for the G. A. If. state en-
campmnt at Saoginaw, Mlich. Tickets
sold '_lfureh itt)aiid 31, limited to re-
tulrn April 3.
One and one-Ilitril faore fo:r roundm
trtp omthe cer~tiite plani for the Phi
Kacppa, Psi fraterity a1 Clevelamsl,
April S to 2.0, 1896.
it. S. CIlEEN(9TOOIS, Agent.
The Daily will be delivered by car-
rier or by matil for thie remainder of
the year for $1.21,
2d Semester.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $3 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.
On Watebes, Diamonds, whmeels, (or othoer
personali properly of valive as collateral
secsrity. Walcme-. iamondls and:iJeweli-
ry fo:rsale :st sowsoepeters All kin~ds of
reprinlg exrecuti eeynud promptly.
Ofice atorry resi~lon~ce, 3i E. Libertst.
iious, 8loi11 an.1 so 53:and tot9sp.man.
All busiss strictly cosnideniial.
J. C. WATrTS.
YOU MUST NOT
ACT SURPRISED
When your lady
friend asks you to
buy some of our-
Soda-Water tickets.
They are raising
money for the Wom-
en's Building yout
know, jus5t buy
some.
CALKINS' PHARMACY.E

l'cv~t sitieiy so lger °
TheOny SeeingGa Lth e teesnyTed
Masrietta.e
The nigDrawngsoomearsined betiweeo
Toeo ou busarsso) C arlsonls
W. S oVa. ~ :. il pd
Pulmn ulepes ereesolumus ienod
betwen leo an Col:mbs.os-tys
Sudybtenetyledosesd osslomb s.
THEs Nd gIEm wnithe5.ritn. s eachl-ytdasl
v eilca epedicTofle o so.1ng s:een faildin
FeFie nd0.y ad hesfrci l
HingaOfLLIrEading.triseahwy al
PrivtwenParleosat niretok, NV.
Ffhavdte. Wtia star.Rom5
THE POEARE btnBILLIAdHALLe
Whlea eygrs,Toaccoslessnd Cgarette
Thifospainelaisetoraeserveadof:
fort o the GCnrand Opera
MOUESTLITSNHUO .'
AneMndsomeliek
Possuitabolonernvlte.
WM. ARNOLDs. A.EL i SuTE
yngrEranc0 edWnim,

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