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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

RIJGHIOAN ENTAL
Time Table (Revised) May 19, 1894.
Mall and Es-1 9 3 0 Maill-______8 43
N. Y. Special--. 5 00 N. Y. Special---. 7 30
Eastern Ex---10 11 N. S. Limited.--. 9 2.5
A. M. Pacific Exs---- 1157
AtlanticENa-__7 d47aP. a.
D. N. Express.... 5 40 Westere Es-__2 5(0
G. R. Express __,11 05 Chi. Nt. Es--50 28
GR.Ex ---5 57
0. W. RUGsLnS, iH. W. HAYES.
G. P. & T. Agt., Chlcago. Agt., Ann Arbsr
u k-:DO
1 TN B

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NORTH IMICH-IGAN
. RAILWAY
7:37 a.m. *73. asm
'12:25 p.m. 11:3Ala.m
4:15 p. m. 9:00 p. M.
All trains daily except Sunday
*Trainsarsnbctwecen Ann Arbsr and Toledo
only.
R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARDOR & YPSILANTI STfRY.
Time Table, Ott. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:10,80:45
and 11:00 a. m.; 1:45,2:15,5:W0, 0:45, 9:15 and
10:45 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, y:409 :15 and
11:10 a. in.; 1:15, 1:45, 5:30, 7:15, 0:45 and 11:15
p. M.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress si,,1:10, 3:30,
:00,06:30 and 9:00 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 1:00, 4:00, 5:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Carsran on city time Fare: single trip 15
renta; round trip tickets 25 cents.
WM. . 5. PAnan, Sapt.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
-AT-
.JOLZ.LY & cO's.
Removcd to 18 0. Slate St., Sager Block.
H~ot and Cold La.,rh. a at All EHours.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
WHOLESALE CIGARS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES.
Railroad + Ticket + Brokers.
Mlosey to loan on personal property.
FALL G1REjETYNG.
Ssittng; to order $l3.50 sp; Overcoats to
orders$1.50 up. Trouserlngsto order $.75.
Cleaing. Dlycing, Pretssiog and Repairing
a apectatty
FORDHAM & GLEN,
Merchant Tailor, 20 S. state st., Attn Arbor.
RANDALL
Photographer
15 Washington Block.
ANN ARBOR
S;TEAYILAUNDRY CO.
Mighelossnand Doinetle ilnish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 S. FOURTH AVE.
"FLAB PINU" AS USUAL.
tb t::havesa"fSetline
=of importrd
" aT EIN S"
WMt ARNOLD'S
Jewrelry Starr.
JENNNGSEAST LIBERTY ST.
Hot Lunches,.
Chocolates and
Homie-made Candies.
Adverti-e Your Wants
in The Daily,

EVERY TUESDAY
Mr. A. E. Rose will 110 at the Cook House with a Choice
Line of Woolens from
THE GOLDEN EAGLE CO, DETROIT
Fine Dressers it will pay you1 to see theo lientl compare
prices strietly first class work. Up-to-dlate styles. Low-
est prices.
TO MEET HARVARD TODAY The Sophomore Election.
(Coninued froit First Paogo) ttcofig for elction of oticrs i thei
considered assbeoncil riticistt.jSAge lict-ir' 100111of i thhometopatthlic bulit-
i8, height 3 feeot1itcts, woighti N-1.lo yttl:7:foiot:1:dolll
A. lBordn, 'tIl, of Fall tlive-r, quartr to ad:pt '9's 1:1a1 of ao govtrningi101-
b1ck le was qluartr bck otthils iittlce. trhe contestts for tplcesot hettt
(lass tetra11ii his sopooret-yea'r ::nd oottuo500tis' si it It
bs'gtani1ast 7y:1a 01ontoe *Varity -. Itoe I'coprioitof Iis 2Mac:k wiii:ws
20, heightt 5 feet, 7 tinhs weigh.14.: tot-tool itt' assfollows:
ChiarlestBreweri'9601, of Boston, haltC.. -Ntont:, Bti 'ht'a tPi, itts-
back. tto ihts platydol ito 5 isty79 lo, trck imantagr; I.11. S.Iardy,
teatlincelhtet' toettredl collge, 'va519- ii iiDotl Itaoht, fottall itaitttgl ;
,tured 1:ast 0e1r, butitis tplaying" atvery -fi. Vi iritr, Deletat7i lsttt Mirs Mattk,
strotng gamthlo is y1,111 Ie txitin.he 11)11:1 1'hi,.soili comttee:.
gretit putert'of toe 0te:m1 Age 22, The cane11(1 iotoitittIpreverusy hop-
heightfeefot, 10 inc-les weighlt 153 to atd handosometcan, sswhih-lt s is::oit-'
Etdgato3I. Wtigtloi, J7,ofrot k ed as t1helth:lis c-tll. T et-irour11
linet, ha~lf Oback. tIpld tiont to 'v-canett t'ii li::fothe71:'Det'roi gmll,'
sity (durling iis freltitttyievrt, 'lso otrtirs titlst beitt' ith o me inen 1111-
4;1, fie tO tuit~ltl'l's tompiliosd as Itt-
gtlinI. 0101 wok lta '1 .5: is noto l oiws: Aors. Norolk (Co, Aveill,
goodt s forrmterly.-Ago 21, lte'gtt 3 t Rol, (Coolidlg.
toet, 10,12 ito-hts, weightt I.;. Jeffersonian Elets Officers.
31. . ttoitlorittt, of Gatlesburg, 11.,
00 thie 'variis1it:ytttheettree years ai:1:1 tt'r1)l::tlisociety hldo i'lThrsdy eeni
is theo ftstn ttitow05 p1layigfoot- ig rstltedls folows:iPrstde'nt0.
ball1. tHef t-leis swell, 1bu1 tnnot buok A littoc;vi-hopiet sdt. ,. 1. Stdt-,
a ineut. Ago 22, hteightt 5 feet, 109 inchtes, I':s; reorlitg scretarytll9 Sr. Cot~s
weligt 134. N'orrs; :crtit:, H.I. SiH11ff. 'fie ef-
itinitelevein. Hto play~ed full tula :st othert'sc:i'ties, btut this yar tt' eas
yearta' is it s good dop 011 ker andis strtdl11o7ut 111itwtiht~ y itewv ittb';t:0
cool-headdt. -Ago 22, hi'ghtl 3 feet, andi'Shotuiill' estccessful, isit' lw
'1. (. Stevensoon, '09, of Bo~ston, subt- Iriy societtiles.
sitote left tattkle. tlayedthetto saltte The Kinderarten Bulletin.
positio(10o11 hts sophioml~oe tenst. At.')
21, height ti feet. weight 80. 'fi:' idergtrt1'inlpeop'lihie madel
(terrisit NesoliS, of tilsat lBar- :arran~gmetl's for r cotdinuous Oil-,
tiigtolt, sbsllltuterilghti ettt. Itois 0gr1ap11service itti (this f teroon an111 wiii
alertfand followste hlliiwell. Age ottreults 15s1:ast as10eciv1ielatitheliir
21, heightt 5 feet, 7/,inches(', wgtttglace1 o tf business'0, NI. 3 N. Mini st.
substitute qua~ter back.ole. 71's5ub- stit- to1pla( y :1:e7ia)111n oltimlt' nuiOlo
sittl iih-''15 01. u 1:70 trt't' tours a1wsett: ftr his atomiti o.
Oi the 's-itv tm his fiestittaiiIHett 11litftaioit.43 ast-
yer'Ago 2, hioght 5 fot, 8 ititoos,nayve,
fr eight 100.) rht' annulti itt:tg of the it'tislan
J. (. Dotnltp, '97, of taimbritge, subt- l'Union il ht' addrtetset by ;ldge 0.
stitt folt tack. itt' playedtioilhils B.(Grantt 17thelresbytleriani: 'chrch
frt'siiman elvetn titdi011 1110'Itt!sitySunda1y117 (5'lilg, Nv., 1., Meeitig
Die sameiIOseaisotn. H pe d 10 i inhe swill lbeginit:.-) tandi:1close ty 7:13.
Yae gaite last year. Age 22.iheight Los-Twvo Gunma I Pi Beta stick
3 feet 10 it-les, weight 102. pus and an Anapolis litat 11. lFinder
wiiilipletse rtrn 10 Stoxward's office.
The Granite State Providen Ass- Wne.suett c ssead
ciaioll whiichi has comtpliedl witha the alti.7SE.UiverOsitatasve ard.
nosyis' relating to B. & L. Associa-('latN.7i. nveiyae. is
ionsof oiler states aid has bt'e n - - rw.3
thorized to do busiess in Aihigan, isR e t h er
no raiigabac fiei hscity. Subscriptions for stock ae nowssn tkn fn
Found-A pockebook. Inquire at61 photographer,
IM. Washington st. ANN ARBOR. MIOH.

THE VICTOR
INTERCOLLEGIATE
FOOTBALL
Is unquestoitably theo finest bal
en the market today. It's ligt-
ness anid durability make it a
favorite with all payrs.
Price complete xith inflator
$5.00. Victor Foot-Bal(Guide,.
contiig the nesw'rles, ani
chapters on tle game by Leani
and othters, 25 cents.
Aso a cotmphete ilt of dinest
foot ball chtitiig.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO3
athersf vitor Ile~yira
Boston. INow York.Detroit. Dener
Sas Francisco. LsAog '(osc. ortanad
For Sale by M. Statbler, 11 W.
Wahington St.
ENiaCNRLL3
T. O. &C.Ry. K. &M. Ry..
Sol i d ltrough ltrits betscen otTlodo, 0bjo,
antt Chartlesn, 5W. Va.. via: totottbh~s, his
short and otly 0 totct route.
Toledo, .
Findlay, .
Kenton, .
Columbus, .
Athens, .
Mtiddleport, 0..
Pomery, 0
Pt. Pleanant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Peterburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, V.
Williamsburg, Va.
Newport New, Vs..
N orfork, Va.
Antd att sotheta tt ots t. legant.
drawing roo catrs ot:tltthroutraithns~s.
Ftr footr intormtatt i~ttt ott yott local
Tickt tAgorriot.
MOCLTON HOCK, GCt' s,x. Act..
'ITldtt,0).
x. A. PETER~S, Miicitnittss. A ett
Dtottt,.Mih.
AFTER THE
HABYARD GAME
-USE--
"fFROG IN THE THROAT"i
100.
To keep the voice clear.
CALKINS' PHARMACY
NEW M~ACHINE SHOP'
ANDREW HUNTER, 9sK. Lierty at.
Bicycles Repaired or Rented.
Dottal Instrtuments Repared..
For Students-P'atent rvolvng bok
eases, best make and good patterns
Low prices at MIAR'rlN HALLE~ahO..

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