THE U. 01? M. DAILY.
Time Table (Revised) July 1, 1894.
EAST. WEST. s
P. M. AM.
Mtail andIExs-dt 05sMail-______8 43 I
N. Y.Special.--- 5 10 lN. Y. Special---- 71)5
Eastern Es- iS--1 25 N. S. Limited. --5 25d
A. M. Pacific Es---215 i
Atlastic Es_._.. 7 4175P. M.j
DJ.N.Express...._ 5 e0 Western Es-___1 53
G. RI. Esxpress Al1055 Chi. Nt. Es.---10 25 11
G. IR. Es . 1----- 557
O. W. RLESt, It. W. HtAYES,
G. P'. & T. Ant., Chicago. Aal ,ASS Arbor.
It iswell before leaving hoeeher
tsr businems or pleasure, is dectde upon a
hotel and theery avoid cnfsion.
When yousv-sit Deroit wesoud be
pleased to base you stop at the old
"Franklin 3 Hune," retr. Larned
and Bates Sts., -here yesueill hae agood
meal and aecleansbed at moderate rates.
The hosne has beesnreoated from top ts
holtsm, and isao is frst-class condition.
H. H. JAMES.
3trata, 35c. Lotdgings, 50.
Per Day, 81S.50
'THE + DAILY
Represents Every Depairtmient
(ot the Utiiversity.
$2.50 PER YEAR.
A NEW LINK CUFF
Big Four Route
BIEST LINE To
Throigh Sleeping Cars
Petoskey, Louisville and
ASKA FOR TICKETS VIA
BIG + FOUR + ROUTE.
E. Q. MCCORMtICK, I). l.. MAIITIN,
P.assentrTrtlic Mr. Gen(ta T L..t.
THE SIMPLEX PRINTER.
A new invention for duplicating
copies of writinigs and drawi ~gs.
OUR FOOTBALL TEAM.
CONTINUED FROM FIRST AE.
slid wlii try for ed, Evans for tackle,
Iunldel for center, Iysinforcnd, Stad- 1
len for end, Crawford for end, 'Me-c
Pberran for full-back atd Letoy 'foro
Of last years -lass elens there N01il
bo Holbrook, Diken, Bartlet Far-1
un adi Collins fromis'9. Swatilell'
uill be it catdidat for center. t
Amlong the new mlieti are ia.nsieril
sitb reitiations as tackles. aker,
tackle on tbe U. of Illinois 92adii'97.
will try for that Iosiio, as Nvill also
Brewer, captalii and tackle oti last
years U. of Idliaal teimi. peees,
giard oi (le Baker University '92. is
asoe ott. Reynolds, takle ott Prinee-
loll seconid eleve, will be out in a
few cays. IHays, a brother f te.
'vtrsity edad 19subsitte at tie U. of
Illitnois, wllii also ty for eicl. For
hialf-back there lre fot, hlitila st
yett's U. of Nebraska tetmiiHowrd,
hlsf at the U. of Iowa; Wteas, half
at St. Pal's; and Welsh, boher of
tue '95 class teami player. Two otheri'
men1 for full-bak se Bloomington, of
andiit Mlhollind, capai It Aliollast
The tiieiiarlilt itpresetusingitghe(
diressitg rooms iii (le basemie'nt of te
medical builing, bst will get ito 111e
Gymsnasitmi next week, whelnlitiii
Saths will be rtliting.
Harvard Football Schedule.
Sattidtay, Septemibe' 29, lartmotlotli.
Wednesday, Octoer 3, .Exetri.
Satrday, October , Andover.
Wt'tdnesday, October 1t0, Browi.
Saturday, October, 13, Ortnge A. '.
Wednesday, October 17, Amherst.
Saturtay, October 2(, Willits.
Wedestbay, Otsber 24, ope~n.
Satrdtay, O-hler 27, (onel a
Wentesdy, Octoie:1, Bostn .th-
Stuttrday, Noetber 3, ope.
Stturday, Novembiir 1i, (ieagt
Saturtday, Nol-ciblr 24, Yale ats
In t(le eturreum isiber of tile'Util
versity 'Mlg tie there is aii artiet
on "Battle-balls," by Dr. Strget, ttf
theHetetiway (Gymnstim t (ao-
Thirty-one States, tise Distrit of
Colmbia, atd two foreigscoutie
are represented itt Exeter Academy
Thlere arc 20 sttdets itt the isti
Cornell loss six lotie gaes('whedi-t
tied for the football season, Prince
ton and Harvard gaies sedlsened t
be played in NewT York, and 4Uii
versity of Pennsylvania gatt ie 'Phil
NOTICES. $ $ $ SAVED.
By seeing Mr. A. E. Rose, at the
F'OOTBtALL. Cook hotse, Tesday, Oct. 2.tHe will
The class football ganes will be save yen frolil $10 to $15 per sit on.
pltayed early this yea. Mnagers anti Ann Ahes'lt'ris, aid always garan-
captains artetrgedl io gtt their ins tee qaltity, fit and workmantaship. 1-
ot at once. Steward lIated. Inquire at Daily
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The training -table wlliiibo strted at Stbscribe to the Daily whiile yos lre
hrettynien's Tuesday mouing. All Hush, $2.50 per college year.
tutn wh-o1 playet iniit(le 'arsiy in The Dily has beea entrged anid is
three inmportant ganes last year will a tootnetition, bt the sbsription
lie takens at once to the table. Nell price remains the saite, $2.50 per col- .
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C~HAttLES BARID, Sgc . 'lie Daily has already miore stil-
1'. OF St. CALENDAR. sribers amiog the co-dsthaim ete'
________before its its history. Co-eds, sb-
Motntday, Oct. 1.-WXork beginsi liii'e scribe, yus are represetted oiu the
Univiersity its all departments. boart.
Offer eatonsMusicu sLovers.v
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Brainard's Mtusical World for Oto- resposible if any aricles are~ lost andit
berecontiains besides the usual large' lIill rpltacte stie. 2. We will rt'urn
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(Greeting," by C. L. Rek; "ilty Der tdry Co. 1?
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per year, 15 cents per copy. Dring Cincinnati and Toledo apers. Iesi-
tihis aiontit the ptbisiiersofoier to setd tehts east of State st. 'sttieve tiret
the Stusical World oi trial for for orders at 21 S. State, at Jtly's. 2-7
months on receipt of 25 cents itt Nobe's Star Clotinig I loose sells the-
tamps. This lIill inlutde tie t'l'lati- best $3.00 Derby itle- ciy. 1-12
fi Christtmas atid New er's holiday A slendid line of itte, Ceille,.
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he Dialy is thit'otly hldls'pplr 11
sitles a large atmount of interesting Ana Arbor tdeotei exctsively to tie
mtiusical reatditig. No tusic 101er tlhilersity.
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(Chicago. of Stis t $1200t. Others will chrge
yot $13.50 andli $135.ttOforte stmie
The Daily only $2.50 for the college titntg. N 0111,1'S SA L THIt'ING
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BUSINESS LOCALS. Watger & Ci., Tailors, willi be-
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[\otices isseredt i~ttts Itlnat t it c at ewn 'tihigsthe tre offenhg for fait''
of n entts peehlln. Spt'ial rates o iloger
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Don't forgt to siscrib for te Solicitors wated for te 1. of AF.
~~Daily. DilEquir at the ofice, Tihes
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If yen wish to have your roomsrti-
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A. lrgeassotmet ofRug andArt20 cttts at Sheehan & Co's booksooms,
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f lsHahter's.Jous reeive,tt new- lot of dsks and
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Studients to occupy three tunfurnished ttiitt o lleis ~e
frootts in tt convenient and desirable W'aguer's & Co.'s U. of S. Collar.
s qularter of thidcity. Withl1-ct eiter _Doyouwearit __ 1-13
singily, or one single anld a suite. Each WAT! WIT!
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wood anti waler. Price 50c. each, or ny, of 90 Woodward ae., De-
1- $1.23 for the three rooms. Ctall at o. trol, Mihth., lIill lbe at thte.
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o Leave your orders for U. of A. Daily fll line of satmpes of fall and winter
at Stofflet's news stand, general agent goods. Mr. Rose has eatrrOtto the
for daily and weekly papers, and students for thet past six years and has
l- moonthly sagazines. Give mo a call always given satisfation in price, fit
before placing your ordrs. 2-7 and workmanship. 1-3
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