THE U.. OF M. DAILY.
ORGANIZED 1880. INCORPORATED 1886
THE CHEQUAMEGON ORCHESTRA.
LEW H. CLEMENT,
51 So. MAIN ST. Director and Manager.
E XCELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST HURON STREET.
Good Work Guaranteed. Goods caled for
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
22 Years in the Business.- -
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATE $AVIDG$ BA2K+
Cor. Main and Washington Streets.
A. L. NonLE, Pres. RonnET PHILLIPs, Cash'r.
The 13. & M. prg Store
Is the place to buy anything in the Drug line.
Medicines, Sponges, Brushes, Etc. Etc.
RI. E, JOLLY & Co.'s9
When youwant a pure box of Fine Chocolate
Candies. Stationery at cost. Cigars, Tobacco,
Cigarettes and the Finest Stock of Pipes in
LADIES' and GENTS' LUNCH ROOM.
R. E. Jolly & Go., 26 S. State St.
DANCING and DELSARTE
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER
46 S. Slate Street.
MONDAY-8 p. . A aced Class for La-
dies and Gentlemen.
TUESDAY-7 p i Ladies' delsarte class.
SATURDAY 10 a. iu. Gentlema's dancing
, p. m. Children's dancing class.
4in so adies'dacin lass.
Private lesons byappoitmnlt.
U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Thurs. Nov. 16.-First Choral Union concert.
Sat., Nov. 1.-Game with Northwestern. Ath-
"at ,Nov.1S.-Lecture byJohnTempleGraves,
S. L. A. Course.
Trouble at Albion.
The dawn of day on Friday show-
ed the flag staff of'the central col-
lege building at Albion adorned with
the legend '97 painted upon it. The
sophomores and seniors attempted
in vain to remove it for an hour or
more, and, finally, by breaking the
pole away from its moorings and
lowering it to the roof of the build-
ing, the banner was captured and
torn into shreds. The crowd then
descended to the ground, where
free fights ensued over the frag-.
ments of the flag. President Fiske
made reference to the affair in
chapel, and merely hoped the boys
would avoid any infringement of
The Minnesota Team.
Like " oung Lochinvar come out
of the \Vest,'' the University of
Minnesota team has surprised those
who have carefully watched its play-
ing this year. They began the sea-
son with a large amount of raw ma-
terial and the services of William C.
Winter as coach. Winter has labored
hard and has developod a very fair
style of team play. Still the team
is forced to rely mainly on its
strength. When Minnesota started
on its eastern trip this year they
were entirely unheard of in the East.
But as they defeated Uniuersity of
Michigan and then the members of
the Norhwestern League one after
another, the opinion became preval-
ent that even in Minnesota they
know a thing or two about football.
Of course a great part of the suc-
cess of the team is due to the coach-
ing of Winter, whose name may be
added as one more to the list of suc-
cessful Vale coaches. Cornell will
play the Minnesota team in Minne-
apolis on Thanksgiving Day and the
game is attracting considerable at-
tention in the northwest.-Cornell
.Prof. Stanley is confined to the
house with a severe cold.
Dean Taft will lead the dental
prayer meeting at night at the S. C.
The senior dent class has elected
D. N. Swift, orator; and T. lriz-
A. Hall, recent Professor of As-
tronomy at the Naval observatory,
is visiting his son, Mr. Hall, of the
U. of M. observatory.
INTER-COLLEGIATE. Oratorical Association.
The Columbia and Princeton fresh- The executive board and the van-
men football elevens will meet No- ous sub-committees of the Oratori-
vember 29 at Williamsbridge. cal Association will meet in Room
Mr. A. Ludlow, of Monroe, Wis., 2r at 5 o'clock sharp. Thursday,
has given two scholarships to the Nov. a6, to report on tie xork of
Agricultural School at. the Univer- canvassing.
ily of Wisconsin. GERTRUOR BUCK,
The strength of the Kansas foot- President.
ball team, whom our men are soon
to meet, lies in the beautiful feats GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
of individual players. s iT U
The Harvard football manage- Joe Murphy has retired loaded dlown
ment has presented the Williams with laurels and wealth; poor Billy
College team with complimentary Sanlan is a loved memory of the past
and in their place ts arisen an Irish
tickets to the Thanksgiving game. comedian rvho bids fair to poepy a
The Thanksgiving recess at Cor- proud position in the esteem of our
ell tealbe thepeven aryn ntheatre goers. We allude to Eagene
n ell wl ei on tevnig of ORourke. an excellent comedian,
Wednesday, preceding Thanksgiv- singedand dancer. xho xill shortly
e seen here in hf sesvelay "The
nlg, and end the morning of tile fol- Wiekew Potan.'
lowing Tuesdayay. d Tr
Thestudenta in the ncxvcourseeof T Tre ' 1 eI POSTAN."
josrnalism at the U. of P. havefr- Nosy thalt XW.J. Svanlais i a memory
ganizecd and will get ut copy for a of the past anoth11t1Jolao Etrpy ihas
retired, the ditics giidgh-k sutblie-both
xeekly newspaper. It wiii cover sdelare Eigene 0'oike to e the
beslie University news, the current coming luish. coeian. Hetwill
shortly be seei at the Grand Opera
news the week. Iouse in his new play, "The Wicklow
The University of Missouri has Postman," on Nov. 14
received from the state legislature No graduate of IIarrigan's Theatre,
since Feb., i891, by direct appro- New York City, who has left that
priation and in interest on its en- home of Irish comedy to star for him-
self has ever made a failure. Mr.
dowment fund $1,525,ooo. No Eugene O'Rourke, in his new Irish
other state in this country has given comedy drama "the Wicklow Post-
ttian," is the latest debtant from IHar-
its university so much money in so rigan's, and from all reports he ap-
pears to be an actor, singer and dancer
of excellent merit.
The University of Chicago has re-
ceived another gift of $5oo,ooo from BUSINESS LOCALS.
its founder, John D. Rockefeller.
This was called forth by the offer of tNoties inserted in this column at the rate
of 5 cents pee late. Special rates for longer
Martin Ryerson to give $ioo,ooo to tie,and extra lines furnished by applying at
the university provided an addiional the DAiLy ofii1e.1
The J. T. Jacobs Co. have received a
$400,000 be subscribed by July, fine line of neckwear-the very latest.
2894. The total amount of Mr. Have your photos taken at Randall's
Rockfeller's donations reaches the before the rush of Christmas.
sum of $3,250,000. Choice Tobacco, Cigars and Pipes at
Sheldon's Billiard Hall, No. 3 North
Tarough the gift of iran Sibley, Main street. 1-7
Jr., Cornell is the recipient of a new ATTENTION.--Do y to think of buy-
building for the Engineering depart- ig a type-witer this year? Then call
at the DAt11oilice if you wish one be-
ment. When completed it will cost low cost.
$o,ooo. It is made of gray sand- See Schleede's new Swan Linen Tab-
stone, of the same style of archi- lets.it.ey tre the nettest and best in
the eity o0 S. Stae t.
tecture as the old Sibley building. Fountain Pens : specialty at Sch-
A large part of the building will be leede's, 50 S, State St.
devoted to the school of Marine "'Where, di you get that Hat?"
Engineering. The top floor will be .at
The J.1T. JacosiaComptny
entirely given up to draughting, the You have your choice of $2, $2.50 and
latest improvements in decks and 113 hats, lisplayed in their window.
for $1.79 this week only. Every pur-
lighting arrangements being made a chaser gets a key.
feature. On the main floor will be BRACE Ui lwith a good pair of shoul-
located the Museum, where will also der braces. A large stock at lowprices
tat Brown's Drug Store. A few shop
be lecture and recitation rons. It worn braces at 5c.
is expected that the building will be For sale, Good Victor Safety. $10.
ready for occupancy by the end of 0. E. Butterfield, 41 Catherine street.
the Easter vacation. Have you been to li azlewood's 13il-
" - litard il 111yet? Everything nice, pleas-
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afternoons 4. Ladies and Gentlemen, ad-
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