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November 13, 1893 - Image 1

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VOL. IV.-No. 38. U
The Tide Has Turned.-An Easy
Victory from the Lafayette
Boys. - 46 to 8.
Who says we haven't a football
eleven? , Our team has but been
trifling before, they are playing
football now. The victory of Sat-
urday once more brings our team to
the front in Western football. It
was a signal victory, all the more
signal because unexpected and al-
most unhoped for.
Saturday night, Manager Baird
flashed the news over the wire to us
from Indiana that we had beaten
Purdue 46-8. We had hoped to
win, but such a score as that was for
us in the realm of lthe impossible.
It seemed too good to be true, but
all doubts vanished when a second
telegram came bearing the same
The victory our team achieved is
indeed welcome to Michigan's ad-
herents. It is the first time Purdue
has been beaten since Butler defeat-
ed her on Thanksgiving day, i89o.
While we regret that our team did
not show what it was capable of
earlier in the season, nevertheless
we all join in giving them the full
meed of praise they deserve. An-
other victory from DePauw can
pretty safely be counted on for to-
day, and then when the team returns
to-morrow noon, the student body
should turn out en masse and give
them such a welcome as will assure
them our support and interest are
The game with Purdue was play-
ed at Lafayette, Indiana, Saturday,
and was called at 2:35 with Michi-
gan in possession of the ball. Grif-
fin made the first touchdown isl
seven minutes, our line easily over-
matching Purdue's. Freund was
disabled soon after the first touch-
down, and Senter took his place.
Purdue's line was bucked steadily,
and Dyer soon scored the second
touchdown, which was soon follow-
ed by two more by Griffin, from one
of which no goal was kicked., At
the end of the first half, Michigan
was again close to Purdue's line,
and the score was 22-o.
The second half brought Mielsi-
gan four more touchdowns and
goals, while Purdue mhade two
touchdowns with no goal. Score,



The Chicago Inter-Ocean says: JERRY SIMPSON.f GOT EM
"The game was umpired by Sum- The Lecture Saturday Evening. - A CAR LOAD OF
merville, of Butler, and Maffit, of Economic Questions Presented
St. Louis, and their decisions were by a Third Party Man. ERIE + PIANOS
fair and impartial. Although one Saturday night both entertainment JUST HEcEtVED.
of the hardest fought games ever and instruction were dispensed to cases in Oak, Mahogony, Walnut and Black.
played on Purdue's field it was one the patrons of the S. L. A. by the To Rent or for Sale. Prices Right. That's fair.
of the best natured ever played." Hon. Jerry Simpson, of Kansas,
The teams lined up as follows: and that his visit was thoroughly
PUrDUE(i). Position. AssA1rBOR(46). enjoyed, goes without saying. The
Deardorf- Center --_ ruStspeaker, without delay, entered into 51 South Main St.
fKhobelin-r -- Rt Gu Oard.__-tlrnnlaterdeantrdio
Fulkerso-n Left Guard -- nHoooer his subject, giving the third side of
Little - -tig t Treble- llaa number of questions as advocated "
Gebe t-_ --Lft Ta-ie I- . NV. Griffin
N. Olin- RightEnd - Adrich by the third political party.
MeAllisier _Left ndEs--t- Fsrberf The three great questions of the
Huschman.--RighttHalf-___ -reundst
Ed. Olin- rLeft Half- Dyer country he dwelt upon, those of
Jandion -Full are -_ pt. itnirdtcurrency, transportation, and pro-
tective duties.
At Unity Club To-Night. That ,of money he emphasized
particularly. The laws of supply when youwanttheLatestsetropolitanStyles
Prof. Thomas M. Cooley, of this and demand are inoperative, the la- ofa$2$Sd4or $5Shoesat 5e cr o$ a pair less
> tha AnnArbor pricea seed far- Caalogue to
city, will address Unity club this borer in the East is starving, while
evening, upon "The Influence of the farmer of the West goes unclad
Habits of Thought upon Institu- through inability to get his wheat la t1818 EEL )A.
lions.'' Prof. Cooley is known as whnere wanted. Power of exchange DET1R~it 183-1s85)o~wrCt Avs N
one of the most profound of Ameri- is lacking; money, the tool by which ' -- MICHIGAN.
can jurists not only in this country it is carried on, is not in sufficient --N4--NOTICE !-1-
but in Europe as well. He has abundance. To its stringency is Wearre ay.eep
gieea clas af wrkltCortire trade oathIis city
written many books of every day due the general poverty. More unequalediby ny othr irrseever-located
hereandnotexceledby nryfCityTailor is
reference upon legal subjects and is money is of all things needed, and Aamritsadtro inirr saeratdiry arradsta,--
perhaps best known from his work yet, the gold basis idea finds its ad- price desired. Fine Custom Tailorirng by
while at the head of thre Inter-Slate herents. Thre demonetization of ~ Q~ ~b~s~
Commerce Commission. Every U. "half of God's money,'' the silver, NO. ANN STREET.
of M. student should go and hear would render the nation so poverty
hiim at Unity club, in the Unitarian stricken as not to have money suf-
church, this evening. ficient to pay even the interest upon
Football Scores. The next vital plank of the Popu-
Scores of games on Saturday lists is government ownership of Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
wereasfllows ae aturdenn-railroads, that other agent which
sylvaia8;olehws:gl 14, Cornellhinders free exchange, by its nefari- [OT LU NCHES
sylvania 6; Lehigh 14, Cornellou tax upon a public highway. s
o; Dartmouth 34, Amherst o; Exeter s Agaxn thi tygn t vho-olates
2,Again, the third tyrant to impov-Ae ; l
4;, Undover 6,Wiyras 2,;TWesterish the people is the customs TUTTLE'S
4; Union 86, Syracuse so; West officer, who extorts a cruel commis- 4$ S. STATE St.
Point rS, Trinity 6; Orange A. C. sion for the natural right of ex-
18, Yale Law School o; Crescent change.jnJ EAIesau....
A. C. 36, N. Y. A. C. o; Allegheny change.]PLY
These three views were earnestly
A. C. z8, Detroit A. C. o; Minne- advocated by the speaker. His dis- TO SECURE
sota 40, Wisconsin o; Northwestern
course was interspersed with anec-
38, Lake Forest 22; U. of Chicago dotes, the o Irishmen story elic-dit f
n, Albion 6; Missouri 30, Nebraska -ng especial applause.P
Mr. Simpson closed by finding a P O -=Irmd o hs he ose
a a remedy for these three monster
Yesterday morning at the S. C. A. evils of the nation in the sway of Elementary Treatise on The-
menting Miss Buck and Mr. Long the rising third party, and to close oretical Mechanics, Part IL.
spoke on the growth and develop- more completely, he deplored the
ment of the Salvation Army. lack of interest in public affairs, NOw FOR SALE AT
John Temple Graves, who will and appealed to the students to
lecture here Saturday evening, is a make the application of the law to
worthy successor on the Atlanta the individual their business, and
Constitution to the late Henry W. not let it remain that of self-seeking UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
Gcady. legislatures. S ., X ,.

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