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November 11, 1893 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-11

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U.of .
Published Daily (Snaays excepted) during
the Cullee year, by
REPORTS from the game with Pur-
due this afternoon will be received
at this office to-night.
THE new song composed especial-
ly for the law department by Miss
Gertrude Buck, which we publish
in another column, certainly is de-
serving of a place in the song col-
lections of the U. of M. That the
song will be taken up and appreci-
ated by law students is a matter
of course. The success of Miss
Buck's effort in behalf of the lawv
department suggests the idea that
each department should have a song
devoted especially to it. We give
this as a suggestion and hope it may
be well considered by the various
WE congratulate the ladies of the
S. C. A., for the successful recep-
tion tendered the students of the
law department last night. It is
difficult to imagine a more success-
fully planned reception. The stu-
dents of the law department are in
a position, from daily contact, to
get pretty well acqainted with each
other, and when an opportunity
like last evening presents itself, they
make the best of it. The espit de
corps is well developed among the
law students, a fact which we are
proud of, and there is a total ab-
sence of the exclusiveness which
permeates the society of certain
other departments on the campus.
ONcE more Albion has cancelled
a date with our team; thus display-
ing the white feather again. This
is the second time this year Albion
has done the same thing, and it is
high time that an end be made of
this kind of treatment, by not giv-
ing that institution another chance
to do the same thing. Whatever
excuse Albion's team may have had
for cancelling the date with the U.
of M. team earlier in the season,
they certainly have no reason this
time for treating the second eleven
in the same manner. Albion has
always treated the U. of M. in the
same vacillating manner. As we
can find teams more formidable and
be assured of better treatment at
other institutions, it is scarcely
worth our while and patience to
further consider propositions from
Albion's Athletes.

Their Praises Sung.
The one thing which the law de-
partment has been in need of is at
last supplied, namely, a department
song. At the reception last night
the song was first introduced to the
University public. Miss Gertrude
Buck, tie composer, is to be con-
gratulated for her success as a song
writer. We give the song in full as
Air "Tarara Boom-de-ay."
A smart and jolly gang are we,
Flower of the 'Varsitee,
Not too stiff, but gay and free,
Yet as right as right can be.
Never forward, never bold,
Often bought, but seldom sold,
Just the sort of boys,-we're told-,
That in your hearts most dearyou hold.
We are the Laws, you know,
We are the Laws, you see!
We are the U. of M.,
We are tie 'Varsitee!
Were not extravagantly shy,
And, when a sweet co-ed is nigh,
For her heart we always try.
And mostly catch it on the fly?
Few there are resist our wiles,
Ioneyed words and witching smiles,
Voices soft as cross-cut files,
Tempers sweet that nothing riles.
Of nerve we've quite a competence,
Of self-esteem an affluence.
We cock the roost on common sense,
The campus owns w-re just immense!
Ere our verses we conclude,
We'd also like it understood.
Though free as air we're never rude,
We're not too bad and not too good!
You should see us paint the town!
Though the Dean and Prexy frown,
And the campus roasts us brown
They can never turn us down.
Just you watch us top the heap,
Of every oflice make a sweep.
See the lits sit down and weep,
It's early yet when we're asleep!
Were the boys who run them all,
Rings and combines, big and small.
Wires we yank and meetings call,
Ballots stuff and votes enthrall.
We're the fellows, don't you know?
Any fresh will tell you so.
We're the folks who run the show,
We're the boys who make it go!
A Service with Music.
At the 6:45-p. m. Young People's
service, in St. Andrew's Chapel,
Mr. J. O. St. Clair will speak on
"Self-Improvement." A students'
orchestra of violins, flutes and cor-
net renders this short service very
attractive. At the evening service
in the church, at 7:30, Rev. E. M.
Duff will deliver the first of a series
of talks on "The Gospel in Its
Early Years." Subject for tomor-
row night, "The Apostolic Com-

Sophomore Canes.
The sophomore committee on
class canes have selected one, which
they will have on exhibition in the
main Hall Monday morning. They
request all '96 men to come and
see the cane, as they wish to send
in the order for them in time for
Like Chicago Weather.
The University of Chicago Weekly
is kept rather busy these days alter-
ing its opinions on its football team,
according as victory or defeat is met
with. When, for instance, Chicago
won from the U, of M., the Weekly
found material enough in the vic-
tory to nearly make up one whole
paper; but when Oberlin adminis-
tered defeat to them to the tune of
33-12, the Weekly immediately con-
cludes that their team is not mucht
good, and that, as it says, "Snap,,
life, energy, all are foreign to the
playing of our men."
Miss Anna M. Van Housen, lit
'93, is visiting old friends.
o .
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
Is the most effective and agr-ee-
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preventing indigestion, and re-
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and SHORTHAND. Magnificent building; nine
teachers; large attendance; good discipline; super-
orwork; welitappliedreading room; aily lectures-
Saturday evening receptions; open the entire year
Exceptional facilities for placing students in posi-
tions-shorthandgraduatesguaranteedthem. Living
rxncnss e$ i t$2.75 per week in private families.
Far Nlew Cetloeaeddress
7 - - - ni
Time Table taking effect Sunday, Nov. 5, 1893.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central
Standard Time.
r 15bat. *7:15a -
4:5p. m. 9:0 p. m,
*Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
All trains ailvexcept Sunay.
R1 ADRPENWO A Pi Xts, Ann Arbor
W.I II BNNETT, G.P.A.Toledo.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann At-bor. Mich. Capital sGock, 650,000.
Orcanized under tse General anking Laws
of this Sate. ILevi,,esdeposits, buys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
U nited Stases. sraet cashed upon proper
idenifiction. Saeety depsit boxe, to rest.
GOrtaE RS: risti black, Pres.; W. 0.
Harrtman, Vice Prert.: Chast. E. Hiscockt, Ca-
shier- M.J Fritz Asst.Cashier.
A strops attraction, the favoriteComedian
T hisk owE y "ostIrish
The Wicklow Postman

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JAMES W. GOODiEW, Florist. Growerof
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Beware of Substitutes and Imitations.
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Mandolins, Banjos, Zithers
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