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November 17, 1893 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-17

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I. o W . atum If we are to judge from a recent
~.. ; ~ ~'~' editoriat in the Cornell Sun, her
Published Dlaily (Sundays excepted) during position is not understood even
the College year, b among the students of Cornell Uni-
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION versity. tt is certainty a strange
_____case the management has, when they
Subscription price v.5(1 per year, invariably are obliged to write a column edito-
in advane Single espies 3 cents. Subserip-' rial, explaining to students of their
tions mar be left at the otfier of the DAILY,
at Stolet's, with any of the editors or own university tile position they oc-
authorized solicitore. cupy toward the Michigan game. It
lbosmunicstions sounld reach the office by
7neocc P. m. if they are to appear the next is a weak case that needs to be hot-
Jay. Address all matter intended for publics- stered up by the college organ in
tione to the Managing Editor. All business
commnications should be snt tu the Busi- that manner.
uess Mansger. As for our own team the DAILY
TH .of-H. DAILY.
TH . Ann Arbor. Misc. ueds to make no excuse. We
_____heartily endoroe the position the
= EDITORS. management has taken in negotia-
C. A. tFissoo, Ltiw 'Si Managing Editor. ting with Cornell.
Hi. A. SPAtDING, Lit. '94, Assitant. As for the following meaningless
.1. L. LOIos, Lit. '95,.Assistvnt.
At. N. CoilAnT:, Lit. '51, Assitant. jargon from the Sun, "Cornell will
5. WaLtni, Law '14,Substitute Assistant. not be obliged to play the U. of M.
J. A. ILoton, Lit. '96i, Athletic Editor.
S. w. CURTS, P. G. Lit., BiusineotsStanager. sl uggers before their crowd of Michs-
e. A. Mieve, Lit.'9tAssistioct. igan shouters, a thing that any ath-
LITERARYu. L.AW. -letic team will avoid if possible,''
H.uB. Gmntt'9t4. R.i1. Ball 95.
Mixs. Lois JTaey, '94. MEDiICAL, we van only say that Michigan's
R.0. Aostin,'51. FL
F. P. Sadler, "6. F..Mittlidle. '94- testi has pae as often under like
E. P. Lyle, 9(5. dH. I titbilts, 9til.
DENTAt.l1sttNllt'ATtttv. lcircumstances at Cornell.
L. E. Ctonraldt, '95. C. G. Jeobains, lii. We wanted to play Cornell this
Allvcopymustbeuatthetofficelbeforevt:30a.mi year, because we were confident of
of vise day of publicatiotn. winning; for the opposite reasons
The Editors do not hold thtemselves reepon- Cornell does not want to play us;
oile for the opinionsoOr statemeots of corres thus the matter stantds.
pondstoopperisgio te tlI~v.Defeat faces the Cornellites, whlen
they meet the Minnesota team on
Thanksgiving day, if Cornell's so
called financial policy does not com-
CORNELL'S PERFIDY EXPOSED. pet (?) them to cancel the date.
Cornell's football management Minnesota, we give you warninsg
is pursuing a strange policy this that you had better watch your rival
year, if we are to believe the reports well, if you desire an opportunity of
which come to us. Not only have winning an oversvhelming victory on
they refused all overtures we hate Thanksgiving day'.

and full back, and Culver, left half.
Northwestern has on Iser team one
player who should meet withs a
Iwarm welcome from the football en-
thuoiasts here. Her right half is a
man with a reputation in the foot-
ball world and a man who has aided
the U. of M. on to victory in more
thon one game in the past. He is
J ewett, our own old-time artful
dodger and speedy runner.
Is thse two league games so far
played here, our ardor has been
somewhat dampened by defeat.
Now that victory is with us, it is
certainly aafe to feel assured of a
large and enthusiastic crowd to see
tomorrow's game.

attd SHORTHAND. Magnificent huidiug; sian
teers;largee attettdanee; good discipline; super-
itroek;nelltsupplied readingcrvomt;tdilleturns*
Satordoyeeniin eveptios;opeonithsueneyear
Exveeptioal tailities tsr plaving studentiniposi-
tiovs-sbhotndieuteouaranteedlthem. Living
eoenet 2 T5 tpr eelinpiatefamilies.
San Ntir Caialogue,,addtres

Next Saturdayevng there will Time Table takint efetvtundtay, Nov. >, 1893.
' venngTrains leave Ants Arbor by Cvnt'rsl
be two social gatherings in connec- stanardnime
lion with the Woman's League- *125 p. 01. '1l7:. :0.n
oeat the residence of Mrs. Louis T 415 nt. m. t .nsrnbtennnAoradTlo
P. Hall, on the corner of Washte- only.
All 5tain'. dailtysex'ept Sunsday.
naw and Hill street, the other at *I. S.GEN N WOODt-P.Agenitt. AnAbr
the residence of Mrs. Henry Adams, AnYro avnsBn
No. i i iMonroe street. About Ann ,Actor. Mttch. Cpittailvtoc,',,50,000.
twenty-five girls ars invited to eachls.tig ieea r )11y-ieOrganizeds under rthe l-0oooM Lw.
____of tisaite. 111,-tv... deposvits, boy, and
tell.. excbhtn-eothy pricip'ivlicities vf the
Uited States. Itraftscasbed upon proper
identflieationt S tety deposit box tv torett
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" latrttitantVtco'Pe::;lhs. E.v1leisccCa-
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acitdulatedi drik wbenl pvoterly diltilexi v-it tt x' r~t.it.tl 1 li. vv
Wvter, anti sweetened." Store'.
uIstt Ws. CI001IIIEWc. 'loisttGrsower of
Desr.itptive paptleit tree Ot onsphtion111 e to se, tarnattittntttttdl Flvwerv o1 all vori-
et. F1ltrtidt-eignstttttde up1121onltort notice.
Rumford Chemsical Works, ProvidenoeR.I. No.1lObsert- vstryrert, tpp. t'emetery gate.
Bewatre of Substlites andllImittionts. 1
For Sale by all Druggists RAGn I N1 E.SVahtlnstteet.

made to thenm regarditng the Thanks-
giving gause, btst after all our ar-
rangements had beeti mad~e witli
Minnesota to play its Miuneattolis
on that date, Cornell nosy makexso
additional denmand of $3uu. Why
did nut the managenment fi._1ire on
the distance thsey had to travel and
the expenses incident to the trip?
It would not require mucs calcula-
tion to prove that Michigan's offer
was niore liberal than Minnesota's,
when the distance and additional
expenses are taken insto considera-
There can be no doubt but what
Cornell has a very sneak team this
yeart and in order to shield them-
selves and ward off defeat at the
hands of western teams, an excuse of
lack of finances has been invented.
This excuse is too evident to stand
for a mhoment.
Michigan made every proposition
within reason, all of which were re-
fused, for financial reasons, as Cor-
nell claimed. The record of the
Cornell team so far this season does
not reflect very great credit on that

I Jewett Is With Them.
Tomorrowt afternoon we shall have
jour last chance to see a league foot-
ball game played on the home
grountds, if nut, indeed, tlse final
gamse that still he playcd lsere this
year, as this is the last home game
on our schedule. Northwsestern
still be our opponent, and there is
promise of a notable contest.
The line-up of our team will he
about the same as in the ganme with
Purdue, probably as followst Sen-
ter, left end; W(. WI. Griffin, left
tackle; Hooper, left guard; Smith,
center; Hlenninger, righst guard; Vil-
la, right tackle; Aldrich, right end;
Baird, quarter; left half, Ferbert;
right half, Capt. Dygert; full back,
Dyer. Capt. Dygert's throat is still
very bad from his tonsilitis, but he
will probably take his place in tlse
Northwestern's compiete line-up
we have not obtained as yet, but
her team includes several players
familiar to Ann Arbor crowds,
among whom are Shepherd, captain


Mandolins, Banjos, Zithers. "-"
" Best in the World."
Etoer'"Washbttrs" Ia.strumta ait
ry and presnts oble cbarsct-
isis.W taour00repttation
nthteir excelenee. A beautiful
"WasbburnSouveair Ca togae."
evantatngportrai ts it leen
artists asd priceu ndtfullid eri-
tiao te ltrais e. COnR.STrATEr AMaONnaRO SSn.; CHICAGO.

Thie Annt Arbor orgasn Co., Sole 'Agenats, ANN ARBoR.

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