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November 09, 1893 - Image 1

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Vot. O N1. E ,TCN .

VOL. IV.--No. 35.



THE WRINKLE. they are probably superior to east-
, ern institutions. An inter-collegiatei
A Special Edition Devoted to the
Co-Ed's.-Some Good Cuts debate attracts wide attention from
and Jokes. the outside world, and in that way
is a good thing for the institutions'
Judging from advance sheets the participating. Debate has always
Freshmen Spread edition of Wrinkle, been recommended by public speak-
wh ich will be on sale to- morrow
ers as the best training for rapidity
morning, will be the neatest and of thought and readiness of speech
best issue up to date. It will be
andi h'it b lr-nti t d to dcv n ~.

rintedisa bronze-blue iikaidwill mg t cuii vae io avanta
pritedin brnzeblu in, ad wllby every one who forsees thepss-
be full of liumorous miatter of par- y'onsv freeteos-
pos-bility of ever being called upon to
ticular interest to co-eds. take part in public speaking.
The cuts are up to Wrinkle's
standard, the drawing-room scene, Purdue and De Pauw Next.
by Mr. Wagier, '95 lit, being per- t
Tlie next games on Michigan's
hats the finest cut Wrinkle has used. ,e
Thee i a ay oe on11 air'ps,"foot-ball schedule are wi th P'urdue
The-re is a gay poems on "ltair Y psi," -
an aeIauw universities on next
cleverly illustrated by Mr. Williams, andDeI
sueliandtSohumoSaturday and Monday, the former
'94 lit, and stinhuorous first
at Lafayette, Iet. Slur team of
drafts of the Thanksgiving procla-a.O
players, 55 strong, will leave here
ations of Presidents Cleveland riday morning at 7:5, accom-
ad Angell.Mr. Camaninasatn7.: ' , ac
n Angell. lr. Campan hasitn lpniedkby Manager Baird and Coach
excellent page of illustrated football harbour.
terms, and an illustrated poem, ii ourd
"Dres Reorm. "Pefac" isre- Both 1. urdue and De P auw are old
ress itefori. Pielace is c rivals of the U. of M. in football,
eimberei witht a cartoon. the former especially havin more
There are four or five light poems ."
s a o e t than once offered serious hirulerence
by co-eds, and two of them are to our success. It is safe to say,
illustrated by the girls. The edi-
torials and jokes are entertaining lack of stimulation to hard playing.
throughoett, and the co-eds may
I urdue has, as usual, a strong team,
feel highly complimented that the a s f t e
and tins been lortunaete ii securciii
Wrinkle has paid them such fine as coach, Ranil i, Priicetons
tribute. i tft end last year. The game with
The Wrinkle will be placed on le Itausewsll be an interesting oie
sale at 8 a. in. to-morrow at the also, as that college is now putting
box-office, literary building, and atu gr
nip a very good gamse. On our team
the book-stores and newspaper de- . .f
will be De auw's former captain,
pots. the center rush, Smith.
'r aint C nlaxxiatc D7~afP b t0

Some Recent Estimates Made on
Expenses at Both Yale A CAR LOAO0
and Harvard. ERIE + PIANOS
1 sMr. Frank Bolles, secretary of
Harvard University, has recently JUST RECEIVED.
published a pamphlet entitled "Stu- Cases in Oak, itahogony, Walnut and Black.
dents ,,xpense, wich gives let- To Reit or for Sale. Priees Right. That's fair.
ters from forty recent graduates of
that institution who are known to rb©o*.qP j
have been obliged to use great care
.51 Smuth lma', St.
in the matter of expenses while in ___
college, and from these letters lie
concludes that 'students of the most
intelligent kind are able to meet the
expenses of an academic year by a
suit appreciably smaller than the
four hundred and fifty dollars which
was the normal minimum in t887."
The Foxcroft lub, with its bill of
low prices for food, has been one wlienyotsuant ,ete-.attltrouomiansiyies
ofr$2 $:; kRor, m Soes a: a to -$1a Pairles
meansof reducing the expenses of sian AnnArbor titi--.send fr-nadalocueto
the economical student there, and
the furniture loan club has been an-
other; but with all the aids that U
101. is3-15sv boo wv,-iuur) Asri.,
have been mentioned the sum total DEi-:TRI-uti, - - ICettIGAN.
of necessary outlay must seem ssr-
>risiniy small in tIr. tolles' esti- -N O T I C E
Nve e e lie~ to t e iarei-s -fu el)idin
mate to any one at all familiar withive a< Los ifnikot l' itisiiy
the usual expenditures by students i,-,-"a situ 0 iie's--i-illy siis_ iit
in Cansbridge-Aiered ii ;ti-)ithi sliv o"ine
5~r e . i i t t o Tr11' iii i i ii xt ny
The 'ale catalogiues of fifty years sn
ago gave the necessary annual ex- .
penses of a student at from $150 to io. 7 ANN STREET.
d200; now the Yale catalogues esti-
mate the annual expense at from
$;50 to $I:.025; and yet it is not
likely that one student in a hundred
goes through the four years at Yale
for an an aggregate expense as low Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
as $2,000.
The U. of M. calendar gives as HOT LUNCHES,
the average, three hundred and sev- ,y (hocolate,
enty-five which is a very fair esti- -
mate. Many men here get through TUTTLE'S .
on less than two hundred and fifty, + 48 S. STATE St.
while some spend as much as nine
or ten hundred dollars. A comfor- WS
table estimation for Ann Arbor
would be four hundred and fifty and UAI. ]§RSI''Y BOOKSTORE

TIhfe inter-uieit eae

Reception to the Laws.

Speaking of an inter-collegiate
debate with the U. of M., the Cor- The ladies of the Student's Chris-
nell Daily Sun says editorially. tan Association will give a reception
Proposals have been received front to the law students of the University
the University of Michigan for next Friday evening at Newberry
an inter-collegiate debate between Hall.
Michigan and Cornell. The idea The following program will be
meets with general approval and rendered:
Music--- - ----_--- -------------Orchestra.
should be carefully considered by Promenade. "A tirexchangeisnourobbery.,'
the gentlemen of Woodford Debat- "Oit with the old love, on with the iew.'
lusic--------------------.------------ Orchestra.
ing Club before whom it is to be Promenade. "Come up higher"
laid this evening. Debate has not "There's aiways room at the top."
Song.-------'--..- ih sLawD epartment."
flourished at Cornell in recent years Address------------------------"My iFir nCase."
except in the halls of the Cornell Prof. Knowlton.
Son------------------"Aims Arboi.'.
Congress. There seems to be a Address--------.-----The Attorney and Jury."
strong tendency however, at the Prof. Thompson.
. Simug---------Seeing Rettie Hume.
present time, to give this form of '-' N
mental exercise more attention than The students of the University of
it has hitherto received. In the Wisconsin gather together once a
western colleges and universities de- week to sing college songs. These
bate has ,always been looked upon meetings are said to be very largely
with favor, and in this line of work attended, and to be very popular.

would include many dollars for en-
tertainments, theatres, etc.
The official record of averages of
the American College Baseball Asso-
ciation for 1893 has just been made
up. In team batting Williams heads
the list with an average of .221; Am
herst has .214, and Dartmouth.209.
In team fielding the record stands:
Amherst, .922; Williams, .919; Dart-
mouth, .918. The standing of the
clubs according to general average
is: Amherst, .740; Williams, .5oo;
Dartmouth, -375-


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