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VOL. VI. No. 4.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1895

WEOWE MUCH
of our success to the stu-
dents of the U. of M. With-
out their confidence and
patronage we could not
nave built pup the biggest
music business in the
county. In a city where i
customers were less appre-
ciative this large business
could not have become so
large. We enjoy visitors.
Come in and get acquaint- I
ed. Need not buy. lj '
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
S. MAIN ST.
STUDENTS!
IF YOU WANT
Bargains
Books.
CALL AT THE
STUDENTS'BOOKSTORE
Law ani Medical Books, Greek
Latin. Mathematical and all Col-
lege Text Books at reduced rates
to students. Drawing Instruments
and Engineers' Suppies.
WE SELL THE BEST AND
CHEAPEST FOUNTAIN PEN
MADE.,
SHBEHAN & CO.,
STATE STREET.
- WILD, 9-
THE LEADING TAILOR
AND IMPORTER.
The latest and most Fashionable
Foreign Fabrics for Men's Wear.
The Largest Stock in the City.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
WMIJLAD.

PRACTICE IS IMPROVING.
WORK OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM
SHOWING PROGRESS.
Heavy Second Eleven Against the
'Varsity Yesterday-interference
Worked Better Than Before-Sev-
eral New Men Making Good
Showings.
The largest crowd that has been
out yet this year, was at the athletic
field yesterday afternoon to witness
the football practice.
Practice began at 4 o'clock and after
an hour's work at punting and rush
and tackle plays, the teams lined up
with the 'Varsity made up as follows:
Carr, center; Raikes, left guard; Villa,
left tackle; Tryon, left end; Henni"ger,
right guard; Yont, right tackle; Hut-
chinson, right end; Holmes, quarter;
Richards, left half; Vernor, right half;
.elteoy, full back. Gates started in as
half back on the scrub team, but was
changed to the 'Varsity and did ex-
cellent work, nmakisg a ged dsun.
Richards played his half in good shape
and also made a long run. Carr did
lust class work at center agaistthe
stron man, Myers, and Hheaes play-
ed. quarter back in- excellent forte
Tyron played his end in good shape.
The Reserves were coached by Mc-
Kenzie and Bloomiingston and iade
an excellent showing against the 'Var-
sity, considering their weight. Myers,
the new candidate for center, was out
and was put on the scrub. This is
his.first season at football, but he did
very well and developed quickness
and strength. He was given consider-
able practice at snapping back and
showed great improvement. Witll
training lie ought to make a strong
candidate for center.
Bloomingston only played at full
back a short time yesterday, but wasl
given some practice in kicking goals.
Hollister did not line u, but was
given signal practice.
The prospects for a strong teast

WAS DISAPPOINTING.
Harvard's Showing in the First
Game of the Season.
The Harvard Daily News has the
following to say in regard to their
eleven's first game with Dartmouth,
which Harvard won, 4-0:
"Harvard opened the season Satur-
day in a very disappointing msanner,
succeeding in scoring only four points
against a team whom she ought to
have beaten by thirty points. The
Harvard eleven did not play together
and the Dartmouth eleven did, and
that is the whole story of the game,
To be sure, Dartmouth had a much
stronger eleven than she has had for
siany years, but that Harvard's work
was not what it should have been is
admitted by everybody.
The most discouraging feature of
Harvard's play was ser total lack of
team work. This told decidedly upon
both her offensive and defensive play.
Dartsmoutha was able to gain at wviii
through the line and although Har-
vard's chief point of vantage was her
rond-the-cnt runs, the interference
was too often flsisy ,in(] an easy mark
for the Dartmouth- ends and tackles."
All Students invited.
At the opening reception in Newber-
ry hall on Friday evening, Oct. 4,
addresses of welcome and remi-
tiscences will be given by Mr. Hull,
general secretary, Mrs. Stevens, Dr.
Vaughan and Prof. Coler. Music will
be furnished by Miss Davis, pianist,
Mr. Spitzley, of the Glee Club. and
Mr. Miller, violinist.
While invitationss are being sent out
to every student who registered at
Newberry Hall, and to many others,
it will nevertheless be impossible to
reach every student with a personal
invitation, as many addresses are un-
known. However, a general invitation
is here given to every student in the
University to come, enjoy the even-
ing's progranx and to get acquainted

." FOUR PAEs--3 CENTS.
EVERYBODY EXPECTED
At the Athlettc Mass Meeting To-
morrow Night.
University Hall has been secured ford
the mass meeting to start the athletic
season of 1895-0 and in particular to
give football a send off that will carry
it through a successful trip into the
East.
This meeting will be held tomorrow
night beginning at 8 o'clock sharp,
Prof. J. C. Knowlton will preside, and
there will be speeches from prominent
atiumni both in and out of the city.
Frederick Stearns, the prominent bus-
iness man of Detroit, has been asked
to come. he 'was formerly captain of
the 'Varsity baseball team.
Fall Field Day October 18.
Assistant Track Captain Stuart re-
quests that all track men who ex-
pect to enter the fall field day should
report to hit at the Athletic field this
afternoon and every afternoon, from
3:30 on. Tuhe dressing rooms in the
grand stand will be opened and made
ready for use,
The date of the fall field lay has
been set for tridgy afternoon, October
1S, beginning -at 4 o'clock. The full
program will be announced by Track
Manager Bourland in a few days It
is, especially desirable that all new
track athletes in the tUniversity should
report at once to Mr. Stuart and get
together for the fall field day.
Minnesota's Prospects.
Little has been heard as yet of the
Minnesota eleven, but enough to show
that they are sure to be very strong
Heffelfinger, the famous Yale guard,
is their coach, and he is to be assisted
by Winter and Cochran, both Yale
and Minnesota men. Ed. Moulton, who
trained our eleven in '3, has charge
of the team.
Seven of the old men are Nack-Fin-
layson, center; Larson and Walker,
guards; Dalrymple, left tackle; Har-
risen, left esd; Adams, left half; Hard-
ing, full back. There are numerous
candidates for the vacant positions.
What "Pennsy" Says,
The University of Pennsyvissia
Courier prints the following date in its
schedule of football gamsses for the sea-
son, "November 13-University of

were never so good as they are this
r H A V W H A T 1OU A N T y ea T h e s ien a re tist of th e sis et-
ting into shape .vell. Ferbert has a
We can meet your needs in the ibad hand and Seater a strained knee,
way of text-books, supplies, etc., no bu
matter what your class or depart- t both xiii be in shape agais it less
ment, at either of our stores, and we than a week probably..
have the right kind at the right
price. Bring around a list of your Thse followvinmignen with _Matnger
wants; a trial purchase is the best Baird, Trainer Fitzpatrick amt inoach
indicator as to where you should McCauley, are now at training table:
trade all the year.
We buy, sell and exchange second- Carr, center; Capt. Henninger and
hand books in large quantities,and
can offer you special bargains in Raikes, guards; Villa and Yot, tack-
this line. We are sole agents for les; Senter and Greenleaf, ends; Hol-
the celebrated Waterman fountain
pen-everyone guaranteed. You'll noes, quarter; Ferbert, Richards and
also find the bestUniversity Station- Vernon, half backs; Bloosmingston and
ery, Note Books, Drafting Supplies,
Sweaters, etc., at special rates at LeRoy, full backs. Eight or ten more
S hwill be taken to the table right away,
W AH R' - _
As they shov up its practice.
Up Town, Dn-Town, R. R. After is practiciiig stiedicise
Univeroisy oo'store, Opposite CourtHouse Ii y
2U5S. Stats St. 4 N. Sain St. in the city of Ptihadlceliphit.

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Detroit Alumni Meet Oct.11.
The committee appointed to arringe
for the organization of a. Detroit.
branch of the Alumni Association siet
last night and decided upon Friday,
Oct. 11, as the date of the meeting for
organization it Detroit.

The alumni in Detroit appointed to Michigtan at Franklin Field." It says
take charge of the matter at this date further in its commtients on football at
are: Psi Upsilon, Dr. Sherrill and A. Pennsylvania: "The big gaises this
'l. henry; Delta Kappa Epsilon, haul year Nwill be those with Harvarsi, Cor-
Bagley and George P. Codd; Alpha ell and the, University of Michigan,
Delt Phi, Stanley McGraw and Ar. and naturally interest vill center
eiendle. The Sigma Phi aluninul xvill about them."
be appointed tonsi-gt.
C. h. Covel, 'h, is tehiing at St.
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