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VOL. IV.-No. 49. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1893. PRICE, THREE CENTS.

VOL. IV.--NO. 49.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1893.

PRICE, THREE (TENTS.

CLASS FOOTBALL TEAMS.
They Are All Working Hard.-'94
and '95 Have Both Good Teams
and are Evenly Matched.
Interest in the inter-class games
is steadily growing greater as the
time for them to be played off draws
nearer. It is of course in the liter-
ary department, where each one of
the classes has a full list of candi-
dates out for its team, that the great-
est interest is manifested. Hlow-
ever, we would not venture to assert
that the lits have a cinch on the
championship, for the laws would
vigorously deny the assertion.
Outside of the four teams of the
literary department and the two of
the law, it is not probable that any
other departments will be represent-
ed on the football field. Yet these
six teams and the High School team
will make a lively contest sure, and
no class can this year claim the
championship as already its own.
Below we give a sketch of the '94
team and of the '95 team, and will
later on write up the '96 and '97
teams and the law class teams. The
freshmen, particularly, have a very
good team and the men are working
in finely, considering that most of
them are new at the game.
George G. Cadwell, captain of
the second eleven, is also captain of
the '94 team. This team includes
four men who are either regular
players or substitutes on the 'Var-
sity and all the men on the team
are football players of experience.
It should certainly give all comers a
good fight for the championship, as
it is a very strong team. The fol-
lowing will probably be the line-up
of the team:
Left end.......................Parker
Left tackle......................Adler
Left guard.....................Evans
Center...........................Hart
Right guard....................Hayes
Right tackle...................Shields
Right end..................Wentworth
Quarter. ...........--------.. Cadwell
Left half .Smeltzer or Anderson
Right half......................Senter
Full Back....................Sherman
C. C. McPherran, captain of the
'95 team is working hard to get his
men together, and as the team in-
cludes some very good football
players, it should give its greatest
rival, '94, a hard game. The fol-
lowing is probably the line-up of
the team, or nearly so:

Ends...............C. Baird and Neal
Tackles-......Leonard and Flinterman
Guards----------Bolles and Lyman
Center........................Landon
Quarter.......................W escott
Left half.................McPherran
Eighthalf......................W elch
Full back......... -............. orton
Substitutes. - Chickering, Knight,
Swift, Bodecker, Hickmann.
A Pleasant Program.
Adelphi met in Room 4 last even-
ing. The inaugural address by Mr.
Dearborn was a review of literary
societies in general and an appeal to
more earnest effort in the future.
A paper, "Fundamental Cause of
Crises" by Mr. Zeidler dealt with
peculiar phases of political economy
as bearing on the present state of
affairs. Mr. Coleman followed with
a piano solo. Influence of College
Life on Citizenship" was then given
by D. F. Wilcox. He emphasized
the all-importance of the present as
related to the future of our lives.
The reciting of "Ben Hazzard's
Guests" by D. H. Wright was en-
joyed by all. The debate on "Re-
solve, That Lynch Law is Never
Justifiable," was ably discussed by
Messrs. Klingler and Plant, for the
affirmative, and well maintained by
Messrs. Pierpont and Hubbard, for
the negative.
R. C. Campbell was elected a
member of the Inter-University
debate committee to take the place
of F. C. Irwin, resigned.
School of Music Dedication.
The new building for the Univer-
sity School of Music will be dedi-
r cated next Tuesday evening at eight
- o'clock. The order of exercises
will be as follows: Invocation, by
Rev. Henry Tatlock. brief addresses
by Pres. Angell, Supt. Perry and
Prof. Pease of the Normal Conser-
vatory of Music, Mr. A. L. Noble,
Pres. of the School of Music Build-
r ing Association, Prof. F.W. Kelsey,
n Pres. of the University Musical So-
ciety, Prof. P. R. DePont, Pres. of
the Choral Union, and the Musical
- Director, Prof. A. A. Stanley. A
J short musical program by members
t of the faculty will follow. At the
- conclusion of the musical program
f the building will be thrown open for
inspection.

A GRADUATE RECEPTION. GWE'VE GOT EM"S
The S. C. A. Entertain the Graduate A CAR LOAD OF
Students and Faculty.-A Club
Will Be Formed. ERIE + PIANOS
The reception given to the gradu- JUST RECEIVED.
ate students by the S. C. A. at Cases in Oak,Mahogony, wainutandtilack.
Newberry Hall, last night, turned To Rent or for Sale. Prices Riffit. That's fair.
out to be a most delightful affair.
The attendance was very large, a 7" bC Ot 'i'
number of the faculty as well as
students attending. 51 South Main St.
After participating in some light
refreshments, the program of the
evening was rendered.
President Angell spoke on the
graduate school, tracing the history
and growth of the school since its
establishment by President Tappan.
He also expressed the deep interest
of himself and faculty in the school, when youwanttheLatest,5etropoatan Styles
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and hoped it would continue to than Ann Arbor prices send forC ataloueto
flourish.
The next speaker was Prof. Hud-
son, who described "A Typical Ger- la .
man Seminary" in an interesting 101, 183-185 rOODWD AVE.,
manner. He expressed the opinion, DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
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of European learning, that there are nereaidedn oyany other house ever i tei
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few academical libraries on the Con- America, and at prices Doerna by goods or-
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tinent whose working facilities are price desired. Fine customTailoringby
equal to ours. , W ,
Prof. Adams followed with re- No. 7 ANN STREET.
marks on "The Co-ordination of
subjects." He dwelt upon the se-
lection of Major and Minor and
their development of a scholarly -
spirit. He looked at the question
both from the standpoint of the in- Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
structor and the instructed, and
threw out many valuable sugges- HOT LUNCHES
tions.
Secretary Manny, who has been Lowney'R hocolateS,
corresponding with the graduate TUTTLE'S
clubs of John Hopkins, Harvard and 48S. STATE t.
Yale, described the work of the
clubs in each of these Universities.
It being too late after the program D O N'T W ] W A 1T
to take action in regard to the for-
mation of a Graduate club, the
matter was put in the hands of a NOW IS YOUR CHANCE !
committee, who will fix a date of
organization.
300 New Sweaters, latest styles, just re-
The junior medics bolted an ex-
amination in surgery under Mr. ceived at
Dunn, yesterday. Result-a star-
chamber. WA R'
Northwestern football team was so
badly demoralized here last Satur-
day, that they were obliged to give
up the date which they had made UNIVERSITYBOOKSTORE
with Chicago University, for Wed-
nesday. STATE STREET.

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