VOL. IV.-No. 47. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1893. PRIcE, THREE CENTS.
OFF FOR KANSAS CITY with Williams in '91, is a great THANKSGIVING WRINKLE. ifFE'VE GOT EMS
Our Team Left This Morning for punter and drop picker, having Special Edition of Wrinkle.-Larger A CAR LOAD OF
Kansas City.-Our Chances kicked goals from the center of the Than Ever.-On Sale Fri-
Are Good. field. Shepherd, an old Cornell day Morning. E E PIA NOS
player, is their coach and is also The Thanksgiving day issue of JUST RECEIVED.
A party of seventeen men left playing left end on the team. The Wrinkle will be on sale tomorrow. Cases in oak, Mahogony, Walnut andlilack.
here this morning at a1 o'clock en- right half, Champlain, is regarded The price has noto een increased, Ta Rent or for Sale. Prices Right. That's fair.
route for Kansas City where the as a great line-hucker, heing of a hut the editors have enlarged the
much talked of Michigan-Kansas heavy-set, stocky build and a quick journal to 16 pages, will print it in 71boy rga ,
football game will be played Satur- man. Their center rush, who is an artistic hank-note green ink, and
partye ncudsStnge aSouthi bnknoMaiennnk aS
day. The partyincludes Manager colored, has one peculiarity of play. will use their first two-page cartoon. ut South Main St.
Baird, Coach Barbour and the fol- When he puts the ball in play, he There is also a new and very tasty
lowing players: Capt. ygert, A- turns his side to the other center cover design, the work of Messrs.
drich, W. W. Griffin, Hooper, and snaps the ball over his feet Williams and Wagner.
Smith, H-enninger, Villa, Senter, sidewise.
Baird, Furhert, Dyer, Hollister, The two-page cartoon is by Mr.
Morisn, C.rbe'. Gyrf, h er . The following is probably a very Wagner, and is a gem. It illus-
Morrison, C. T. Griffin, Sherman. nearly accurate line-up of their tae h nraeo oesi u
All arrangements have been madene trates the increase of co-eds in our
for a pleasant as well as successful team: literary department, and shows
trip. The party will take the T. A. Shepherd, left end; Mattison, left what we are coming to. The prin-
tackle; Hammel, left guard; Kuhn, cipal sketch is of a co-ed Rugby whenyouwnttheLatestmetropoiitanstyles
A. & N. M. R. R. to Toledo, from, . of s, $3, M or ti Shoes at Oe to St a pair less
which place they will cotplete center; Huddleston, right guard; team playing a game. The familiar thanAnn Arbor prices send for Catalogue to
their trip over the Wahash route. Coleman, right tackle; Steinberger, figure of a student holding open 'fl
Afterreaching St. LouisFridayat right end; Smith, quarter; Chain- one of the Main hall doors for a
pg-plain, left half; Mendell, right line of co-eds is reversed by putting haI O
p. m, thy wll lavethe leeing-1t. tSR-iRaS '(oonwsnD Ave.,
car and finish their trip in a special f; Johnson, full ack. a co-ed in that place DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
drawing-room car which has eena Among the other original engrav-
draingroo ca whch as eenings, of which there will be about --N OT I CE -+-
placed at their disposal by the New Organ for the School of isoi hae ih a t are-hereNtostay.IWeareprepared+
WMusic. 20, is a good Thanksgiving day ive acas of work to the trade of this e tc
Wabash company, and will arrive in "Dr oke"unequaledy any other house ever located
Kansas City at 6 p. . Friday. Dry Joke y Mr. Williams; a here and not eled by ay City 'Taior in
KanasCiy a 6p.m. riay ' ih.co-ed's poem, hright and witty, illus- Aiei so a t isric oveIr y goodst se-
The boys have laid in a good supply The organ that was in the Michi- traedpb igtr -d-bit, f dericaaed. Suitr tutirtdoToofarin ta
of bunting, and on the side of their gan building at the World's Fair is trated y another co-ed-hoth of prie desred. Fie Custom Tailorig by
car will be seen in huge letters, "U. to grace the new hall of the School whom are so modest that they will . . 74hs Ti T
of M. Football Team, Ann Arbor, of Music, and is now on the way sign only their initials. Three new No.7AAN STREET.
Michigan."' here. A number of our enthusias- artist have sketches in the numer.
With the exception of Ferbert, tic music loving people, started out Two of these are y Messrs. Backus
and Derr. There is also a clever
the men are all in fine fettle and with a subscription paper a short
should give the Kansas giants a time since, and within two or three photogravure society illustration y
good taste of Michigan strength and days raised $2,200 to purchase this a forner Japanese student at U. of
skill. Ferert's ankle, which was $3,000 organ with. The success of M. Mr. M. W. Campau, the artist Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
badly strained, is in so dangerous a this undertaking, just at the present recently elected to the Wrinkle
shape as to prevent his going into time when money is so hard to engravings, including a very fine
the game Saturday, but he will ac- obtain, proves how much the peo- Thanksgiving day cut. Lowney's qhocolates,
company the team and will take his ple think of this new School of Mr. H. C. Ryan, the other new -AT-
place in case of desperate need. Music, and shows their faith there- editor, has distinguished himself TUTTLE'S
Although we I.ear little up this in. The principal workers in the with a long but highly interesting 4 48 S. STATE St.
roast on Cornell and their " crawl-
way of the Kansas team, yet they enterprise were Colonel H. S. Dean, ing" in regard to the Thanksgiving
are no team to be despised, for in Prof. Francis W. Kelsey, Mrs. games with Michigan and Minne- DON'T W A 1'
their line-up are some men who are Stanley, Prof. Wines, and one or sota. Miss Maude Caldwell has a Jj
well known as terrors on the foot- two others. Many of our people poem and a short story; and Henry
ball field. Mattison, their left will remember seeing this organ in R. Kellogg has a sketch ased upon
an actual happening in U. of M. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE!
tackle, is said to be the best man on the assembly room of the Michigan flirtation circles. There is also an
the team for all-round playing. building. It is a fine instrument, imitation of a biography of an ob-
The left guard, Hammel, who is made by Farrand & Votey, and has scure poet, with samples of his dog-
known throughout the West as the een purchased at a remarkaly low gerel, which will at once be seen to 3o New Sweaters, latest styles, just re-
inw hogotteWst astebe pTrhaed Scooto arMusicbis o ei>ed,,
'hole-hreaking Hammel,"iagiantfigure.Tbe a great local "rub." ceived at
Among the jokes and shorter
physically, weighing a o pounds be warmly congratulated upon its poems there are numerous bright
and standing 6 feet, 6 inches high. most excellent good fortune. This hits. Here is a sample:
Huddleston, right guard, and Men- was the one thing needed to make "Did he leave college for good?"
del, half or tackle, were with the the school complete in its outfit. "No, for Ypsi ! "
team last year, but were called back There is rejoicing in the house of The unfielraker stoUd on the ege of the
three weeks ago and have been Stanley, in the faculty, and among And the smile on his face was given; U IVERSITYBOOKSwO RE
racticingfsince, the people generally-Ann Arbor For he knew that if all of the players were
p gfor this game ever sb kiied,
The full back, Johnson, who played Courier. They would only be meat for him." STATE STREET.