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MET THEIR WATERLOO.;
CALIFORNIA, TRACK MEN MET
DEFEAT IN CHICAGO
:Lost to Chicago A. A. by a Score of
48 to 36 Poits - Californians
Worn Out-Crum Ties the World's
Record in the 100-Yards Dash.
The California -track team met de-
feat at the hands of the Chicago Ath-
letic association Saturday y a score
of 48 to 36 -poins. Chicagos score
would have een higher, but thl C.
A. A. refused to count the, seven
pistnts 'von in thue icycle race, as
Dozier, the Californian, did not tart.
Tihe California men were worn ct
with their long travel and many com-
petitions, and Woosey, In the road
jump, was the only one who equalled
iis previous record. The events and
winneirs were:
100 yards dash-Crum, C. A. A.,
J 4-5 s~; Skilinger, C. A, A., 2d.
220 yards dbas-Samne winners. 22
2-5 sa
440 yards run-incyseon, C. A. A.,
522-5 s.; Skillinger, C."A. A., 2d.
S80 yards'run-Kioc, Cal., 2 mn. 5 1-5
s; itossiter, C. A. A., 2d.
Mile" run-Rtossiter, C. A. A., 5 m.
318-5 s.; Jackson, C. A. A., 2.
Mile walk-Mlervin, Cal., 7m. 493-;
a.; Hassel,,C. A. A., 2.
120 hurdles-Torrey, Ca, 11-5 a.;
*Clark, C. A. A., 2d.
220 hurdles-Torrey, Cal, 1t; Dyer,
Cal., 2d.
Runnfing road jump-Woolsey, Cal.,
22 ft. 2 in.; Dozier, .Cal., 2d.
Running high jumtp-Iies, C. A. A.,
5 ft. 8 in.; Clark, C. A. A., 2d.
Shot put-Riddell, C. A. A., 40 ft
3 in.; Koch, Ca., 2.
Hammer throw--Edgren, Cal, 125 ft.
tt/'in.; Perry, C. A. A., 2d.
About Two Michig-an Men.
Ti* current nutaer of tie Aneri
can University Magazine ontais ;the
following mention of two Michigan
men:
"A very recent graduate at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, E. IRandall John-
*son, a Ienbr of the class of '9 htm
in his few years of atve practice
achieved a reputation that is raidly
placing hm among the forelost aut.
oritis, in the siene of, dntal ;str
gery. Dl-. Randall =Iholds the degree
of D. D. S. from, the Univrsity o1
Michigan and i,.s onnecied with the
University of Buffalo as Demontatlor
of Operative Dentistry in thm en lstat
*department.
"Ho lisa written several orgnaa
papers that display careful investiga-
tion, espcially oeO on the tempering
of aluminum tn entsry.. A. member
of the lading social and scentil
organizations of Buffalo, Dr. Johnson
stands in the front of the younger
men of that place."{.
"William H. Hawkes, Michigan '87.
was at olleg'(e, president of the Adel-
phi Literary Soiety and wn' the ora-
torical contest medal. After gradual-
tion Mr. Hawizes assumd the siper-
luntendency of psblic sclooltf at ud-
son, Mich., where e baa ben- s9inu-
laarly successful in ipsovig and
stimulating te work."
EVERiY DAY
Excurson rate'to the VIrginas an
the Sotheast re In effect upon t 4e.
Ohio Central hes; itirough trains
daily ewea t Toled ad Careston.

CLASSICAl. FELLOWSHIPS.
Two at Ath ris Offered _to Bach-
elors of Arts.
.'he Archeological Institute iof..Am-'
erica and, the managing committee of
the American School of .Classical
Studies at -Athens offer for thet year"
1895-106 two Fellowships in Classical
Archeology, each of the v alue: of .$600.
These fellowships are, open to. all
hachelors of arts of universities and
colleges in the Uttited States.
The holders .of these fellowships will
ho, enrolled as regulaer memhers of
the American School. of Classical
Studtes at Athena. They will he re-
quired to prosecute, under the sul:3m-
vision of the director of the s-ciool,
the study of. Classical Archaeology in
Greek lands, for a period of lets
mouths, ft-om Oct. 1, 1895; hut, with
his consent, they tony he In residence
for two tmonths of this time at the
Ametican School of Clas-teal Studies
in htome, under the charge of ths di-
rector of that school.
Each holder. of a fellowship will he
required to pm-sue, in addition- to his
general studies, sotme definite sub-
ject of research, and to present at
the end of tls school year a paper
embhodying: the results of his Investi-
gations
These fellowships will. e wardeld
by a. special committee, on the' basis
of such written evidemice of fIllness as
candidates may he ablef to furnishb.

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* the above. It preaches the ",
* economy of buying the het-a Printed at the
" wise economy that every one "
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Solid through trains between Toledo, Ohio
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short ad only direct moute. FR -NATIONAL x.
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In 1896-917 aldthereafter -such relloiw- r*11L1MYI-.
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ColumbusO."Transacts a general banhing busness.
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Awarded by competitive exaalinatiomn. Athens, 0. letters of credit.
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he made oi the blank form furtisahed* Poer,0
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