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November 22, 1893 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-22

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) duriag
the Cllege tear, by
Subscription price V2.55 per year, invariably
in adv-antc Stegle copiea 3 cents. Subscrip-
ioes may be left at the otfiec of the DAILY,
at Stoffetes, with any of the editora or
authorized soliciort.
Coemmunications ihould reach the ofice by
7 o'clock r. a. it they arc to appear the neat
Jay. Address all matter intended for publics-
tioneen the Managing Editor. All bunines
communicationn should be sent to the Heal-
nss Manager.
Ann Arbor. Xich.

athletics should be oniy too willing
to asaist in raising a neat sum for
the support of football. If this
were done a large sum could be
raised in a short time, and the re-
suit would be apparent in the de-
velopmdent of a vigorous athletic
spirit ini the University.
WVE can judge just how Minneaota
feels, now that Cornell has played
oft on her. Speaking of the pros.
pects for their Thanksgiving game,
the Aridl, of Minnesota, says:
"Cornell won't play us, but there
is a prospect of a game with Lehigh
University which can play all around

It is doubtless true that a game in
Detroit on that day would have been
much more acceptable to the great
body of Michigan students. How-
ever, as it svas found impossible to
get a satisfactory game at Detroit,
the management should be support-
ed in its attitude in taking the beat
date it could arrange.
While Michigan students doubt-
less feel that Chicago university is
an opponent scarcely worthy of our
steel (notwithstanding the unim-
portant defeat of our team by
Chicago early in the season), never-
thelesn no possible loophole should
be left to Chicago, and so crushing
a defeat should be administered to
he swill sileccomplesuetety the

ad SHORTHAND. Magnificent hailding; sine
iecrs; large atiendance; guod discipline; saper-
iorwrk~; wellsapplied reading ronm; daily lectuas'~
Saturday eening receptices; oenthibontires year
Eaceptonaal faciliies fur pllacgsiadentsinosi5-
tions-shorihasdradassguarantieedsthen. Living
expeses $2 to $%1.75 pcer wekin private amilims.
For 'Sew Catalogue, uddres
P. R. CLEARY, Pats.

C. A. D-ttzs, LEDITMaagngdSo. Cornell. Let's begin to get up our
St. A. SPALDING, Lit. '94, Assistant. enthusiasm. The defeat of Lehigh
J. L. Lusac, Lit. '55. Assistant. would gv us fifthu rank ao
W. N. CHOAT, Lit.'56, Assistant. giv mn
F. W~AoTcss, Late '94,OSbtitue rAtsistant. American colleges on the football
J. A. LEROY, Lit. '96, Athletic Editor. field. Ol the ''Big Fo ',"Yale
8. W. CURTItS, P. 0. Lit., Husiness Manager. Ol or c
Wui. A. Musex, Lit. '57, Assitant. Harvard, Princeton, and "U'' of
LITERARY. LAW. Pennsylvania, would then be ahieatd
H. . tGamono, '9i. ii. F. H3all. '3.,
Miss Lois Janses, '9. IDIA. of us.'
R. O. AsoiYvi', E. L. Martindlle,.94.
F. P. Lydle, 16- H. 0. lHaskins, .P ye, '16 . THE Detroit Tribune suggests
L. E. Cooradt, '973. 0. 0. Jenkins, '!AE that the matter of there being, as
All espy must be atthe ofic bfre8:0a alleged, several men on the U. of
of the dasy or publiation. M. football team who are not stu-
The Editors do not bold ihemselves eepsn- dents, and the matter of our play-
sible fee the opinions or statemenseot corres log coach Barbour be explained.
pondents, appeartng in the DAILY. It seems strange that the 'Tribune
has not yet ascertained the falsity
of the former charges as wve have
- emphatically and explicitly denied
THERE will be a meeting of the I them. As to the matter of playing
DAILY board, Friday night, at 7:30 Barbour, he was played according
o'clock sharp. Assignments of to an agreement with DePauw,
work will be made for the remainder which also played a coach, and
of the semester, and important bus- which consented to let him play in
mness will be considered. the place of Freund, wvho wvas in-
jured in the Purdue game.
THE DAILY prides ilself oti hav-
ing a brand new sign anid henceforth 'THE faculty by its action Monday
there will be no excuse for any one night practically assunmed control
not knowing our location. 'blie Of athletics. Heretofore athletics
sign is a work of art, a facsiul)o of have not been officially recognized
the DAILY head, being the work of by the faculty, all overtures regard-
Staebler, the artistic painter. ing this subject coming frotm the
Athletic association. Now the
THE effort on the part of the menm- faculty has five while the students
hers of the class of '93 nosy in col- have only four members on the
loge to arrange for a banquet is cer- board of control. Thus we see the
tainly a move in the right direction attitude of the faculty in regard to
and should meet the hearty approval controlling athletics is entirely
of every loyal '93 man. We know changed, the present position being
of no better way to keep class spirit one of abaolute supervision. What
alive than by an annual banquet athletics have needed at thxis in-
where the good "auld ang syne" of stitution for some time is recogtii-
our college career is lived over again. tion on the part of the faculty, such
Every '93 man in college should at- as obtains at other colleges and uni-
tend the meeting tonight and do all versitiea of the standing of tile U.
in his power to make this scheme a of M.
succes. _____________Nowy that it has finally been de-
ALL who have not paid their sub- cided that we are to play Chicago
scriptions to the football fund shouldl university at Chicago on Thanks-
do so at onceas the money is needed. giving day, all regrets and grumbl-
Without financial support, athletics ings should be dispensed with and
cannot be expected to flourish, every effort bent to making the re-
Everyone who takes any pride in sult as gratifying to us as possible.

madeat he imeTime Table taking effect Sunday, Nov. 5, 18es.
reckless boasts she aea ie Trains IeaveoAnArsA-bor by Central
of her victory over us. ua-RTtndardsTime
7:15 a. em. t:15 a. m
coil151 D. 1:05a.01.
The funds of Yale University 4:15 p. m. 1:t10 p. M,
*Trainsars" between Ann Ar-bor ssd Toledou
have increased during the prescnt onkltat aiyix p edy
year by over $2oo,ooo. R. S. GREnENWOOD, Ast, Ass Arbor.
W. H. HENNETTG. P. A. Toleds.
--- - --- -Ann Arbor Savings Bank
'earpilS. a5U 0.i
t! 0reanied une:r the (enernlHank~ing Lawa
of tiseStat eIl ve- depostis, boys and
R di~~'S //O ti-rcll I sotthe principal cieties of the
initelt Statrs.lDrafts roshed upon proper
iettit isn Safety dells-it bones turet.
HrictLex LChristian Macki, Pt-es. ; W. D.
Hortisan, ViceFres.; Obhat. E. Sitech. ,Ca-
sieir-lAt.J.1Fritz AsstL Cashier.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate Gi~TI1lD OPE1~7 POUSK
Is hemot efetie ad gre-FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVE.,
Is te mst ffetiv an agee- NOV. 24 AND 25.
able remedy in existence for Familly Maltline, Satutrlayt at :0 p1111.
preventinglindigestioa, andre- li 111asaasceei is t1y ofithe Fa1mo1u1s
lieving those dsanses no lstng Prof 1D° M. BRISTOL'S
froom a disordered stomach. jjUjS JRRItJLUM
Sprngied, off ie F i stEatedlhtresknowE-toa l
Dr. W. . ,G-rdinerSpugn,'held bito - Tiell arge-I .and11Hest Est-
°s: I vaue t asan xcelentI tolfanmen.Ofthe indi the oldi.high
Miass., says: " I0 1 1 xax r cell i II l, blei ssai iutcl-Ilell liresi is .tis
tietooaft bsest 1v1I Ie l apperd eith
preventatie of indigestiaa, andi a pleasanti nextIsucess-.-in,11helin"stilleit'.res Ro e
aidulated drink whenspropeldle ute1d111will 5'iaand aild larg1e1alitie .Preciel~y
J aaeel alnd- wiehiewelt. Stal~ tu of Paeilaceas,
Co pee il. Ilellllll
I Oiex - - - :.3)5and 501 Cetits.
Descriptlive pamthlptllifive 011applicatlionlto Illlllls-Cl, - - - - -?) liets.
Rtumford Chemical Works, Providtnct,R.t. MatIine'ric-e-.the amle. :seats oneSale at
Bewalre of Sulbstitutes0111nd Iitins. 11 alts' hI: I-Ivy Store.
J hAM 'W. GOeOtlI5'. Florist. Growier of
For Sale by all Druggists,. Jttoses, Caritonsllanid Flowers st all vari-
e____________________1ty. Fleol dinsmadle upon011rtovtlicec.
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY No. tObevastosystriet, 1151pI.lceeer gte.
Fietpliare itiecity.1P151p1 ill lettnlpie IOATEERE,
ot wvolk;andl delitering. iOtheelJ Ha-i Ha- 12EH WsahigtsoiSteet.
ron St.Telepho11018Sd
Mandolins, Banjos, Zithers.
"Best In the World."
Every "Washburn" Instument is
ery adeensnbe snShlsth eatt C-I
i ails We stateearr eputation I
ut ..iponatheir excellene.A beautiful li
contaIis portra t fleadng
artissas prces ad fall descrip-
tianssofthsistrumentsFrees. COR. STATE doM ON RO ESTS. CHItC A GO.
The Ann Arbor Orgngss Co., Sole Agensts, AN~N ARBOR.


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