THE U. OF M. DAILY.
. of . t CA " toe debate tban is Wisconsin. We
hope tbat an agreement can be arrived
Published naily (Sundays excepted) during at that wsill do away with the possibil-
the Cllers year, by ity of any trouble or misunderstand-
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THE U. of X. DAILY, hv a pntejde.Sye s
Ann Arbsr, Rish. livery and argument all contribute
_____toward this, but these elements cannot
be passed upon separately in deciding
EDITORS. a debate on its merits.
C, A. DEIsos, Law 'ad, Mnaging Editor.
11 .SADNLt 9,Assat . L. LousE, Lit. '95, Assistant. I Football on Saturday.
IV. N. CnOATE, Lit. '96, Asistant.-
F. WALTERoSLa'id Suletitoic Assistant. Saturday wan a quiet day in foot-
3. A. LniiiivLit. illAtetic Editor. bal Bu fe bi gms vr
S. W. CURTSS, P. 0.Lit.,Ousiness bMansger. bal Bu fe bi gms'wr
Ivt. A. MislhLu ., Asitant. played, although there was no lack
LITEoRsR. LAW., of minor games. The stores of
H. B. Gammon, '4. R.1. Hull. '5
Miss bet.. June.. 94"5 Erc. hoth Western and Eastern games
it. . SadcStlt, '9. E..L. Mueasinrindalc.i. were: -Minnesota Ito, Ex-Colleg i-
E. P. Lyl,96
DENTA tiuorEOAvuir, ales o; Iowa 34, :Missouri t2; Case
L. E. conat '5 .G Jenbins,.'94.. School of Scicnce 22, Oberlin 8;
Allcpy must beuat theofficebefore S30a. im Lake Forest 14, U. of Chicago 14;
of thtcday ofpublicationt. Knox 30, Illinois o; Denver A. C.
The Editors dosnittbold'tbemselves respon- 32, Boulder 4; Princeton 36, W~est
sible for the opinions or statem~ents ci corren Point 4; Pennsylvania 50, Cornell
podents, appiartng in the DIL..v
o; Williams 30, Amtherst :12; Le-
high, 10, Lafayette o; Boston A. A.
18, Tufts t2; IBrowvn 2S, Mass.
t'echnology 6; Allegheny A. C. 8,
INr the face of recent develop- Pittsburg A. C. 4; Olrange A. C.
merits it seems moot fitting to at- 20, Crescent A. C. 4.
tempt-+_ . to ..varrage a gaiueu't7Attttss-.0---
Two hundred and sixty-seven mem-
bers constituted the law class of
'9i, who are now scattered through-
out twenty-four states and three
The apportionment for the states
is as follows:
Michigan 57 Illinois 39, Indiana
z9, Ohio =7, Pennsylvania s2, Cali-
fornia to, Kansas, Missouri, Min-
nesota, Nebraska, each 8 or more.
As to the leading cities, the mem-
bers are distributed thus:
Chicago 18, Detroit 6, Pittsburg
7, Grand Rapids, Seattle, Indian-
opolis, each 5, Toledo, Duluth,
Saginaw 4, Terre Haute, Topeka,
Kansas City, Great Falls, Lincoln,
Omaha, Cleveland, Salt Lake City,
Ann Arbor, each 3. Two members
of the class have died since gradu-
ation and one has abandoned law
and entered the ministry.
To a man up a tree it looks as if
Cornell was afraid to meet the West
on the football field-Daily Cardi-
_ U NES5
Is bhe LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
and SHORTHAND. Magnificentbuildinonsise
teaces; largte attendance; good disciplite;super-
iorewrk;ceb;tlsupplieddrerudite room;udily lectures-
Saturday evenistg receptions; onthe11e ntieyear
Exeptional facilities fee placingtstensInstposi-
tios-sbceibaaueeaunnesuaeanteed them. Living
expnes 2t$275 perrweleki riate families.
Fur New Ctaloue, address
P. R. CLEARY, PRES.
Time Table ttakinig effect Sundasy, Not. 5,1893.
Trains leave Ann Atrboe by Central
7:15a. mo. *5 a.m.
*1215 p. ra. 11:80 a. m. '
d:75 . m. 9:00 p. M.
*Trains run between Ann Asbor and Toledoi
All tranins dailv exeept Suicday.
R. S. GREFEN WOOD, Agent, Ann rtbor.
W. H. IENNI'i, G. P. A. Tolt-do.
.Ann Arbor Savings IBank
Actn Arbor. Mich. Capcital Stock,b$50,000.
Oreanized under thelGeneral Banking Laws
ci itis State. teie- depisits, boys and
seils exschange in the principal cities of the
Unitedl States. nrafts cushed uoptspeper
identificatioin. Safty depositboxes tso rent.
tOFFICRS: Chiiristian Matek, Pr-es.; XW. D.
Haimn, Vice Pees.; tCs. E. 5llscock, Ca-
shiesr- t. J.Feltz Asst. lu-bier.
G1r T PD PI I41OdSE
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our second eleven and the Univer-
sity of Chicago for next Saturday.
Northwsestern played a game with
the U. of C., last week, resulting in
a tied score 6 to 6. Speaking of
Chicago's weaks play in thte game
The U. of C. Weekly bays:
The game at Evatistona was a i ii salt-
lloilltntt. We had atiticillt .1 sic-
tory, atid the result gave tis no pleas-
ure. We should have defe-ated the
suburbatn collegians by a big score.
Thie team which lined up for Chiceago
was one of the best alto ever lilt upoii1
a football field, atnd there was 110 ex-
cuse for their weak play. :After Clii-
cago had made her first (and last)
touchdown, this effort seemed to be 1
only to keep Northawesteru froui scor-
ing. There was no effort to score on
msrl tAlittle offensive nOav swould
Growth oi American Cities.
The "Qiuarterly Ptublications of
the Anmerican Siatistical Associa-
tion" for September, just issued,
contains an article by Carl lloyd '94
on the growth of cities in tlie United
States duringg the decade 1550-1890.
This paper is the result of an loves-
tigation undertaken last year in con-
nection with the course in statistics.
The text of Mr. Boyd's article is otthsceifcrulsfhs
study being presented chiefly in the
form of statistical tables and of dia-
grants. There are tivo of the latter
which bring out in a striking man-
ncr facla of great interest hitherto
I TWO NIGHTS.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate PR F RISTOL'S
Is the hlost effectiveand agree- F,-,oocs15Ex~iibition; o1
able remnedy ill existece fo501
preventinhgindigestion, tind 1e- i!i 1E
ilo'nsetie Ie (11 0~k
Eeving those diseases nllsi" I V perahueernOpa
fronti a disorderetd stomaich. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVE.,
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Spiringfield, NOV. 24 AND 25..
Mass., says: "I valise it as an excellent --_
preventative of indigestioii, aeelaipessntl Ploft. lliistol's faoe us shoshae attracted
wol ie enion and in thieie display ofi
acidulated idrink wen oeeerly diliid icdthihorse seese seen almsshuant, ccl fiirnish
water andsweeeed." iancintertainmentcelcl worthi sefeig.
J iSs'i. GuoiliiNsv, Fiorist. Groswer ci
Descriptive paimphetifeeion application to lseteas tiose end Floessof aslvael-
ety. Forali desione ui ponstheoirt esetiee.
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have kept Evanston from scorinig and An Interesting History.
might have added maniy poinlts to Chi-
cago's seore." The hibtory of one law class writ-
- ten two years after leaving the Alma
REFEERING to our Editorial in re- Mater, is the history of all. Some
gard 10 the rule for deciding the interesting points may be gleaned
inter-collegiate debate, the Cardinal fronm the third and "souvenir" editi-
makco the following impartial and on of "The Directory of the Law
fair statement of Wisconsin's posi Class of '95, University of Michi-
lion: gan," compiled by Harry D. Jewell,
The indefinitetly wordeid rule referred of Grand Rapids. Thio little work
to is simply this, that this judges shall is just from the press and presents
decide the debate upon the generalmayfcsoinestosudtsf
impression of the arguments present-mayac oinestosudtsf
ed. Michigan cannot be more anxious the U. of M.
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