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November 23, 1893 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-23

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% T of " men will go through their line Sat-
~ ~ urday as if thsrough paper, and if
PubisedDaiy Hu~las xcpte) urngsuch user-training continues the
the Cedecge year, by men will have no base 00 which to
THE IU. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION depend for Thanksgiving day..
___ At Princeton a similar state of
sutscription price $2.50 pee yeae, invariably affairs exists. The following clip-
in asevanre Single cepies 5 cents. Sabarrip- ped froml the Daily Princeton gives
tos may be left at the otitte se the DAIsY,
at Stoiltet's, with atty at the editora or a good idea of the condition of their
authorized solicittors. team:
t'emmunieatisns should reach the eiltee hy
7 e'cloch P.M. tt they are to appear the next The 'Varsity, yesterday, gave the
Jay. Address alt matter inteaded tee piub)tira- poorest exhtibitisoi of football seen on
on to the Managing Eiditor. Alt busineaa the University grounda for some time.
cemmunicationa ahoald be aent to the Bust- The ment sheoved none of that energy
nss Manager.
THE U. at M. DAILY, and vigor which has eharacterized
Atnn Arbar, Mines. their work for some time past. The
_____ ball was fumbled oftens and was usu-
ED{TORS. ally secured by the Scrub. The inter-
0, . tcssux Lw 'o. laagig dttr. ference was always well formed, but
C, A. SeEN eNo, Li. '94, itndt. Its soons as it got up to the Scrub lite,
.T. L. LottIE, Lit. '95, Assistant. it seemed to opent and the runner was
w. N. COoArE, Lit. 'ei, Assistantt. tackled with a gain of but a few yards,
F. WALTvERS, Laws '94, Subsititute Assis-tant. whetn there should save beeni long ritns.
J. A. Lest's, Lit. '9li, Athletic Ettitor. RTe backs were slow its starting anid
s. . v. tinCKs, . .Lit., eAsins anager oftens failed to take their opentings.
sIEA. 'a ill. Il sittt The protectiont afforded the full bace
H1. B. Gammoln, '94. I1. F. Hell. 'q5. wvas so poor that lie vwas titiable to get
Mils Lois Janesi, '94. MtEDIC.. aniy force its his icks.
FRP. .Sale adler,'96 'C- E. L. Matindale. '94.
E. Y'. Lyle, 'lie. - H. 0. tilthins, C9(i-
ETLy. nI~osttAvti-I. The P. D. Q. Society.
L. P.. tCeetradt. 95 C,' G.Jenhicns, t94.__
Twventy-five per cent of the Fresh-
All copy me-it tie at the oftier betore 5:30t 1. i
oc thte day elf publicaione. man class at Wesleyans are ladies.
As a result of this increase in tht
The Editors lie net held themselves respen-
sile tsr the epinioes Cr statements it corres number of co-edt the opposition to
pondents, iatpertng in cte DILY.s' co-education has greatly increased.
The female students have been de-
am - -nominated as "quails," and their
TH en U PUBLSHIN Hasn Ua nt.. dormitory as the "qalsroost."
EVER meberof iseDAIy saffIt is also reported that a society
is expected to attetnd the meeting to- known as thse 'P. D. Q. Society,"
msorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, sharp. (meaning put down the quails) has
- be en fornsed. This is eertainly an
*THE commnication which up- ugetstlemanly and tunmanly way of
pears in anothser colintn in regarti to shtowving their opposition, and taken
thse establishet of an antiual by totgethser tvith the history of the tiun-
the senior law class is vell wotrths jdergraduate rule'' tnigit lead a pes-
the consideration of Ite senior law simist to wonder witetiter thse much
class. 1vaunted manly spirit of American
THEo Wrinkle attd Intlander haive college students, is not at least in
prepared exceuptionsally fine -tlais . some sections of the country, merely
gtvtng and Christnmas nunmbetrs at a tuty lnvriyCuir

on the appointed day. A great
game is looked for, and from all ap-
pearances today the honors will he
about even.
Cambridge men are already be-
ginning to get excited over the com-
ing contest, and as utual the ma-
jority of students think Harvard
will win-Special to the Detroit
A Banquet Ansured.
A goodly number of 93 nmen
attended the meeting in Room 9, to
make arrangements for a class ban-
quet. As there is a large number
of last year's class in college this
yer twas decided to hold a bn

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attd SHORTHAND.CtaMagicethbuitding; nine
teherst large attendanecteesottdicipltne;supr-
iorwtorh; tel stuppliedrading roomt dailyletrets
Saturday evenaingrececptions; oheatthe cateyear
iExceptionat faciitiesfor ptacing atudetnts ia peat-
tiont-shershaed gradasgharanteedsthem.Ltvtng
exese s $2t $2t75per a-et ia privateafamilies.
Foar New' catalogue, aditresa
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quet somttme alsert ..trtstttas andTt'ime Tabte takintg erectSundaiy, Siv. 5,1893.
its success is assured. An execu- Trains leave Antn Arbrby Cntral
live committee consisting of Messrs. iijoxi.m. *Sw.
Mayhew, Wright and Richardson ht2:15tPhl. 1sta. m
4:15 p. m. 3:60 p. M,
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salarrn(emets orthe banquet. All t-eais dolly except Suttday.
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great expense. As a result of muds
hard wvork on the part of the board
of editors, ltst two publications,
of which wve are proud, are very
fine editions. It is to be lsopedl
that tise students will give tlsese
publications the very liberal sup-
port they deserve.
Get a copy to take honse with you
and show your friends what is being
done at the U. of M. itn the line-of
literary and humorous publications.
Yale-Princueton Teamn.
It is interesting to notice the con-
dition of the two great football elcv-
enns as the time for the Yale-Prince-
ton Thanksgiving game approaches.
The Yale News editorially speaking
says that the men are already over-
trained and unless they are given
complete rest this week the Harvard

Yale-Harvard Game.
jItostots, Nov. 22.-On Saturday,
jX'ale and Harvard meet in battle ar-
ray for their annual game. As the
tinie draws near the interest seems
to grow more and more intense.
Will Harvard lower list blue colors
for thse second time in the history
of football between the twvo great
colleges, or can Yale uphold the
enviable football reputation so de-
servedly won on the gridiron, and
wvhich she has enjoyed for so many
years? This is the all-absorbing
question that rests on every one'
lips whso feels the slightest interest
in the sport.
For either team it tmians the
struggle of its lift, from start to fin-
ishs, and every ounce of strength
and skill will be pressed into action


Mandolins, Banjos, Zithers.
"Besh in the World." U~ey babnn ntunn si
tte proctP tou petilt chin -
eranadcsents nobehrcter-
1ostc. -w1e sta0ehue repntation
,tionather sort) are. A .eautiful
-. vathbttr Settvenir Catalogne,"
eontaingportraits hi leadtag
aetist ,ad Ie tand fattdesorip-
tienheofthese tsstrumts, Iree. COn. STATE & MoNROnaSen., CHICAGO.


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