Hundreds of people liued np on both sides of South Main street Wednesday j afternoou to wituess the start and fiuish of the second annnal ten ïiiile road race of the Wolverine cyclers. The crowd had to wait an hourafter the schednled time for the start on account of imavoidable circurnstances, but they were well paid for the temporary discoinfort. There were thirty-six starters, many of them from Toledo, Jackson, Detroit and other places, Columbus, Ohio, being represeuted by two riders. Percy Patterson, of Bay City, won first time prize iu ás minutes, 19 seconds, and got a National wbeel, valued at $185. Geo. C. King. of Toledo, took second time prize, a pair of Palmer racing tires, iu 2!) min. 30 sec, .Tohn Schatter, of Detroit, won third time prize, a pair of trousers made to order, in 28 minutes, 33 seconds. Geo. C. King was the first rider in, but could not take first position prize, haviug won a time prize. Accordingly first position prize, a Víctor bicyole, went to Paul. C. Meyers, of Ann Arbor, who rode in 29 minutes, 06 seconds. Howard Coffin, of Ann Arbor, took second position prizo, a pair of Morgan & Wright tires, in 28 minutes, 53 seconds. Third position prize went to C H. Diehl, of Jackson, who rode in 2b minutes, 43 seconds. Other Ann Arbor riders and their time were: Allen Smith, 31:45; Q-. M. Banfield, 30:07; Chas. Dunoan, 80:96; W. J. Orr, 30:14; Frank Warren, 32:07; E. J. Stoll, 31:12; A. H. Staebler, 30:17; Roy Sage, 31:47 3-5; Geo. W. Kyer,31 :82 ; Lawrence Stamfler, 33:30 2-5; Frank Moorland, 31:25; O. G. Wheeler, 34:54; R. B. Canfield, 33:20; Walter Vaughan, 34:18; Clinton Milieu, 34 :-i5. The officers of the race were : Referee.H. G. Prettyraan; judges, J. E. Beal, Robert Phillips, R. S. Greenw.ood, Prof. J. A. Drake; starter, E. V. Staebler; timers, J. W. VVeston, Detroit, Robert E. Staebler, John C. Walz, jr. ; clerk of course, F. Muehlig ; assistant clerks of course, Al. Long, W. Copeland, Henry Schlanderer, Ed. Schlauderer; chockers, W. H. Owen, August Tessmer, H. B. Godfrey, Geo. Coates, T. R. Dodsley; umpires, Geo. H. Fischer, Frank Sutherlaud.. The prizes, a large number of which were presented by Ann Arbor business men, were uuuatially fiue and did credit to the generosity of the donors.