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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE CHEQUAMEGON ORCHESTRA.
LEW H. CLEMENT,
51 So. tIoos ST. Director aod Masager.
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST HURON STRtEET.
Good Work Guranteed. Goods oalled for
and dlirerd. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
22 Years fits tiie BusiiuesS..eo-'
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP TOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATC sAviflG$ BA12R+
Cor. Mois aod Wahington Strrets.
A. L. NOBLE, Pros, ROBERT PHILLIPS, Casli'r
The 13. & MA. pr~ag tore
Is the place ts boy aoytbing is lbs Drug liar.
Medicines, Spongos, H3rasliso, Etc. Rto.
IR. 1E, JOLLY & Co.5s
When yousswant pBo orsx)0of Fins Chsoolate
Candies. Sationery aosts. Cifars, Tobacco,
CigarstseO and lbs Foe-t Stock of Pipesoin
tbs City.
LADIES' and GENITS' LUNCH RO00OX.
R. E. lolly & Co., 26 S. State St.
DANCING and DELSARTE
MRtS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER
46 8. State Street.
MONDAY-8p. n.Adovanced Class losLa-
duesandGtleme1n00
MGONT) Y-7 p. n.Lado.e1'(leto i-e las
TUESDAY5-7 p. 0n. Gentlemenc's daociog
class.
SATU RDAY-10 a. m. Gentlemen's dancinag
pm. ChildrnsOdacing class.
4ao. .adies' doncingelass.
Private lessons by appointment.

U. Or M. CALENDAR.
Mo., No. 21.-Social in Uity Club couse.
Mon.. No. 21.-M. J. Corey, of Boson, in I-
lad Lagu cours. Subject, "Te Nieb-
longesn Iig."
Toss. Eve., No. 28-.Taksgiig re'o, b.
f1ins.
Fri., fDs. .-area, lbs grot iolis, in
S. L. A. cors.
Almost a hut-Out.
Continued fonfirst pae.
down in three minutes. Goal. Sco,
16 to 6. Micdhigan wedges got twelve
yards, buit she lost the ball on four
clowns and after the Northwestern
punt had clear ailing for Ierbert's
touchdown in dyve mintes. Goal.
Score, 22 to 6. After ten yards 015 a
wedge Northwestern began to lose ad
punted. The Michigan backs made
long steady runs and IDygert tosshed
down in seven minutes. Goal. Score,
28 to 6. Northwestern worked the
wedge again for tein yards, bt Aldrich
andd loopr tackled well and it was
Michilgan's ball. Her rapid gailing
began againl andl Dygert touched dowii
in four minutes. Goal. Score, 34 to f,.
I the net iv minttes Nortiwesterii
lost the bll, but regaiied it oii her
two-yard -file wen time was called.
The secod hal brought Michigan
38 points to Northwestern's big goose
egg. After a brilliant wedge gaii for
Northwestern of twenty yars font
downs, followed by long, rapid gins,
got Michigan a touchdown 011U er-
bert's twenty-five-yard run in three
minutes. Goal. Score, 40 to . The
Nortiwestern wedge was broken p,
and Michigan forced the ball to the
ive-yard line. Northiwestersn mde a
safety, aidding two to Michigan's core.
Northwestern started from the tweity-
five-yaiod lile, but Mihiganl broke
thrtough,1110 Dygert tochled dosnsInil
towelse minuites. Goal. Sore, 4 fo(ii.
Northwsesterni cotild ot ginillfter'
shartinlg, aiid good gains brolgt lich-
i2v11 Villa's tochdownllill sinulite.
Goll. Score, 54 to i. Sooi gettig
thle ball on tie ustal for downs,
Mihigan's whole teamnidhoed iii get-
ting Villas tohownil slii ive tiniuites.
Goal. Score, (il to 6. Afte several
fumbles oil both sides Dygert toucheo
dosvn iin eight minultes. Goal. Score,
66 to ft Micigan broke Northwest-
em s swedge, ad Ferbert made a clear
run of sixty yards before lie was
tackled by Culver on the ten-yard hune.
Both sides fumbled linid Morrisosi fell
on the ball over the Nrthwestern's
l. Goal. Score, 72 to 6. North-
westeris wedge gained twenty ylrs,
and four downs lost ter the ball just
as time was called.
The men lined up as follows:
NoaTuwaSToso Posiio. ManoAN.
Pearson---..-Left Rd .O________Sntr
Vasoorr.._ Lft Tuckle.._-W. W. Griffin
Wilkinson---. Loll Gurol-----Hooer
Pearce--------Cooer---.....t
Sot - .-----. igt Guard..------llsunhoge
lernstein.-H ihblTackelc......l
Culver --- ...igt Hnd.----.--Adrieb
Capt. Griiil..,-Qartr-ack.H__ aird
Williaams--... Lft Half_.---Frbr
Jeset.--_-.Rigt Half -- ._._Dyr
Noyes.--.---Fll ack...--Cap.Dygr
Toucbdowns-Michigo 12; Nothweterns 1.
Goals- Dyertl1l; Noys 1. Sbtitutes -
Mihign-Grelaf for Frber, SMoriso
for Senr. Wisconsin -Witer fr Noys,
Young for Wiliams.

19M Class Meeing.
AltIlse meeting of the junior class
last Saturday. the question of hav-
ing the junior hop given by the
whole class, rather than by the
nine fraternities, as has been the
custom, was discussed, ut it was
decided that more time was nedd
for consideration and the rmattcr
was laid on the table for one month.
The class also decided to allow only
those who have paid their class tax
to vote at meetings of the class.
Comparative Football Scores.
We give below a comparative table
showing the results of games played
by Yale, Harvard, and Princeton
this yea, whre two of them hvc
played gans with the same tams
POINTS.
Oct. 7-Yale vs. Crescent A. C.__ 1-0
Oct. 14-Princetoss v. Crescent
A. C.----------------2-.0
Oct. 14-Yale vs1Dartmoth-_280
Sept. 30-1arvard vs. Dartmouth 100
Oct. "'-It arvard vs. Dartmouti 30.
Oct. _ t--rinceton vs. Cornell---, 400
Nov. 4-llarvard vs. Cornell----34-0:
Oct. 2.--Yale vs. Williams ----820
Oct. 1-Itarvard vs. Williams.- -52-0
Oct.21-Yale vs Orange A. C. -. 001
NTov. 7-Princetoin vs. Orange A.
C.-------------------08-0
Nov. 4-Princeton vs. Univ. of
Pein.----------------40t
Nov. 11--Yale vs. Univ. of Pesn. 140
Oct. 2-Yale vs. West Point - _ - 28-)
Nov. l-Princeton vs. West Point 36-l4
INTER-COLLEGIATE.
Harvard's rush line aerages iSi
pounds.
The University of Chicago han
adloptedt the goldenI-rodt as itoflooer.
Twoo hundred and sixty graduate
students are enrolled at JonsoHop-
kins.
O~f the 5,000 students enrold at
the University of Berlin, goo arc
Anmericans.
By a vote of 48 to 43~ Wisconsin
seniors have decided against the
wearing of cap and gown.
Since Cornell has cancelld Ithe
Thanksgivsng day game, Minnesota
is trying to arrange a game wit
Lehigh for that day.
Eleven of the general fellowships
of Chicago nnivrsity have been won
by women, altogether they num-
brd ht one-third of the appli-
cants.
Cheating has grown to such an
extent at the university of California,
that the students have formed an
association for its detection and
punishment.
The faculty at Rutgers have or-
dered the football team to cancel all
its engagements, as only two mem-
bers have obtained a satisfactory
grade in their classes.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Paooy ,11. H. lSlToi's REluIXES.
The Tloronto (ai.) Empire tism
speiskos of Prof. B3ristol's horses, whichl
will sppear in the Grand Opera House
twvo nights inext week, comulencing on
Friday, withl a mlatinoe on Saturday
afternoon:
"The Grant OiersIHouse was well-
filled last tight in eory part, the o-
clsioli being the performnalce of Prof.
Bristol'o Eiducated Horses. There is
not a single feat performed by the re-
markable animals that cannot be tern-
ed smrvelouso as illustrating the won-
derful docility and intelligence of the
hlorse, when treated patiently and
k ndly. Prof. Bristol nes less per-
suasaion than any of his predecessors in
ci n lutisg hia entertainment. Tte
'shoe time e speaks in an ordinary
tone of voice, and the horses obey it
promptly and with evident apprecia-
tion of the spirit of the thing they are
called upon to do. Sultan is an exceed-
ingly clever animal, ils mental arith-
metic simply pssinig all sndertand-
tug. H~e correctly aswers questions in
addition, sibtractioi, simple division
and multiplication, qtestiosns not only
froiaiIsmnaster ht from the audience.
Like the horses. teiules Denver and
Dysamite semi ossesed of almost
more tli Ii 111010 itelligecfe, the
fortmer is really thle staraid pet of the
woloe stiow. uidoubtedly, as the pro-
gram says: 'They perform many bea-
tifiil and interestinlg pietures that will
linger long and pleasantly us the mem-
ory."
HUSI N EMSLOCAL.
The J. T. Jaeobs Co. ae received a
fine line of neckwer-thie very ltest.
Cll osi Rose, of the Golden Eagle,
at the Cook hoose, Tuesday.
Htave yortpotos taken at Randall's
before tile 1r1011(f hristmas.
'Two neowly furiished froit suites of
roomsl,0furiaie het sld oil, very
cheap. Also) good boatl at $2.50 per
week. 37 S. Inglls.
Choice t'o'eo, Cigars and Pipes at
Sheldon's B1liadi 1a(ll,1No. I North
Mtubs street 1-7
ATTEIO11N.-D) o C lttthintk of buy
lug a1.type-iollter l 111 3year? '11Th e cat
at the D1)oi off)11It if 111uwish ose b-
loss cost.
site, furnlace Ihea.ligt hIot allotcodt
wa~ter bathtwT51 o' 1' 1 11a1dthree (10-
iars. 20 1. Jetes011 st
D)o youOsanit ai lew suit or oercot,
if so, it soill y 0You to call on Rose,
at te (l, ook 11o)10e,1 lesol y.
BRC -'wt opi fder braces . large stor' at losprics
lt Brows's Drale Store. A fesv sho
worni bracesoat 50c.
Faor sale. Good ic~tor Sfety. $10.
0. . Butterietd, 41 Caterise street.
1-4
Htave 3you1 been toIHazlewod's Bil-
lihard 1H1111yet? Ehveryhingice, pleas-
an tand Oquiet 110 boisterousness.
Go to IBlIGMN'O l)121ohS'son'E for alt
Laboratory snppies. :Dissectig ases,
aptons ansl leves.-1.mT Pries.
Anni Arbor Dye Works at 3 West
Iturons tet-t'Speciat atteltioitiven
to cleanin~g usd repairisg suits. Have
your light suits dyed. 1-7
Every studntsholld tke advas-
biage of the reduciedh prices the Golden
Eagle. of Deroit are quotilg on Suits
Overcoats ad Trousers. They are
now shoin~g a ine of novelties for
Hlia~y wear, also special hvlue for
FulhlIDress wear, alt at reduced prices.
Mtt. Rose will tbe at the Cook os,
Tuesduy, thle 21st inst., and with be
pleased to met all who desire seeing
the liu.
Granger' Waltz Oxford."
Mr. Granger introoduced sld tught
his new comb~hiiation of movements,
the "Waltz Oxford," ltthat class meet-
ing Tuesday evening, and it was pro-
niounced by many of the class the
prettiest asidnmost graceful dance of
Ithe season.

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