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VOL. IV.--No. 41.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1893.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

OUTRAGEOUS SLANDER. cert by either one alone is an event
False and Groundless Reports of great musical importance. Ann
Circulated About Our Arbor has the unusual privilege of
Football Boys. hearing them together. The pro-
As an example of malicious false- gram to be performed is a very bril-
hood, the following dispatch to the liant one. The Choral Union is
Chicago Inter-Ocean is certainly a perhaps one of the most widely
little ahead of anything we have known of all our notable college or-
seen lately, not excepting the re- ganizations. This year it offers us
ports of our Halloween celebra- an exceptionally fine course of con-
certs. The expense of them is very
tion: large and yet the entire course
PURDUE CLAIMS DISCOVER5IES. is offered at two dollars, a sum that
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 13- in the larger cities is charged regu-
Special Telegram.-The fact leaked
out here today that four of the Ann larly for one such concert as to-
Arbor team who defeated Purdue night's.
Saturday had never played with A College Song.
that team before and that they ma-
triculated at Ann Arbor within the At the meeting of the Castalian
last fortnight. It is stated that
Aldrich is a well-known player board last evening, in view of defi-
named Hayes, of Galena, Ill., and nite assurances from the fraternities
not a student of Ann Arbor. It is that no union with the Palladium
also claimed that Villa, the power- was possible for this year, owing to
ful right tackle, is a member of the the difficulty of securing a unani-
Detroit Athletic Club, and not a
student. moos vote for the amendment of
The information contained in the their constitution, it was decided to
6i11 out the membership of the board
above is certainly news to U. of M. byuthe ddition pof fthe o-ed
students. Every man who played be cshosen by the co-eds themselves.
on the U. of M. team with Purdue It was also desided to publish a col-
is not only a regularly matriculated lege song, if a suitable one could be
student of the University but has furnished by the students.
been with the team in all the games This will be not a class song, but
of the year. a genuine college song, and compe-
Hayes, who is from Galva, not tition is open to all. Prof. Stanley
Galena, Ill., everyone here knows has consented to set the words to
to have been in the U. of M. for music, and it is intended to make
the past three years; but, as was the acceptance of a song submitted
stated in the DAILY several days by a student a sufficient honor in
since, circumstances compelled him itself, without the addition of any
to quit playing. Villa is from Walla prize. It is hoped in this way to
Walla, Washington, and never saw add to the attractiveness of the Cas-
Detroit until he went there with the talian, and also to add at least one
team last month. He is a '97 to our rather meagre collection of
medic and has been practising with distinctly U. of M. songs.
the team since Sept. 25th.
Such groundless lies could never Committees Appointed.
have emanated from the Purdue The law students are making
management, whose treatment of strenuous efforts to secure a good
our team could not have been bet- speaker for Washington's birthday.
tered, and who must personally Messrs. Clark, Messick, Fuller,
know that our team is made up en- Hopkins and McCabe, have been
tirely of regular students. Requests appointed a committee from the
for the correction of this falsehood senior class to confer with the fol-
have been sent to Lafayette, and it lowing committee consisting of
is to be hoped that the matter will Messrs. Burnham, Jones, Brown,
be fully set right before it is given Pierrepont and Rogers from the
further publicity. junior class.
Choral Union TonIght. Already letters have been sent
with a view of securing either ex-
No one should miss the opportu- pres. Harrison or Chauncey M. De
nity of hearing Nordica and Powell Pew, and in case of failure here an
who open the Choral Union series effort will be made to obtain Gov.
tonight at University Hall. A con- McKinley.

PRACTICAL JOURNALISM. FSS'rEvE GOT EM"
Such Is the Course in Rhetoric A CAR LOAD OF
as Now Conducted by
Professor Scott. ERIE +
JUST RECEIVED.
Rhetoric 2 was once a simple course
Cases in Oak, Mahogony, Walnut and Black.
but when Prof. Scott took up the ToRentorforsale. PricesRight. That'sfair.
work of teaching the course, he
increased the number of required
writings from each student. 71*411 abor Ogan o
This year the course has been 51 South Main St.
made more practical, indeed might
now well be called "laboratory _.
rhetoric." The course is given
now, not so much for the simple
study of rhetorical theories, as for
the making of writers of decent
English. This year every member
of the class must hand in an ori-
ginal written production once a
When you wanttheLatestMetropolitanStyles
week during the semester. These of s, $3. 1or $> shoes at So$e t1 a ir less
writings cover the whole ground of than Ann Arbor prices send for Catalogue to
rhetorical usage.
Subjects and plans are discussed K.I1 FYFE
in class. The student goes from 101. 183-185 WoODWARD AvE.,
the meeting with a definite piece of DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
work in writing to be done in a _-:-NOTICE -----
certain fixed time-much as a re- we are here to stay. we are prepared to
porterg from a modern news- ive class of cork to the trade cithis city
pore goes ucequaled by aycther house ever located
a"ce on 'an assignment.'"' Ier and cot ex(iseledbyany City Tailor in
Prof. Scott, himself, examines price desired. Fine CustomTailoringby
each production and when handed
back the student corrects in red ink N. 7 AN STREET.
and returns. After all corrections
the writings are filed away and kept
by Prof. Scott for future use.
The system, with its varied ma-
chinery and arrangements, is workc
ing well, and the exercise in writ-
ing is awakening in all who take Artistic Photographer 6 E. HURON ST.
the course greater interest and en- HOT LUNCHES
thusiasm for pure English writ-
ing than has been shown in former Lowney's hoColates,
years. ~~T~~
There is no course in practical TUTTLE'S
journalism (so called) at this Uni- 48 S. STATE St.
versity, but the DAILY known of no
instruction in any American univer- D Oc N'T W \ ' f T
sity which comes nearer to practical J
journalistic work than does Prof.
Scott's "Rhetoric, Course 2." NOW IS YOUR CHANCE!
Albion's Semi-Centennial.
Tuesday was a gala-day at Albion, 3O New Sweaters, latest syles, just re-
the occasion being the celebration ceived at
of the fifty years of the career of
that institution. Many prominent
educators were present and partici-
pated in the exercises. In the even-
ing a reception was tendered the
visitors, followed by a banquet, at UNIVLR&TYBOOKSTORE
which Prof. Prescott offered a toast
on "The University of Michigan.' STATE STREET.

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