THE U. OF M. DAILY.
ORGANIZED 1880. INCORPORATED 1886
THE CHEQUAMEGON ORCHESTRA.
LEW H. CLEMENT,
1i So. MooN ST. Director and Manager.
20 EAST HURON STREET.
Good Work Guaranteed. Goods called for
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
22 Years in the Business-.N'
M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATE $AVInG$ BAflK+
Cor. Main and Washington Streets.
A. L. NOBLE, Pres. ROBEmr Pi LIPs, Cash'r.
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY
Finest place in the city. Prompt in getting
out work and delivering. Office, 1 East Hu-
ron St. Telephone 83.
It. E3 JOLLY & Co.s
When you want a pure box of Fine Chocolate
Candies. Stationery at cost. C'Igars, Tobacco,
Cigarettes and the Finest Stock of Pipes in
LADIES' and GENTS' LUNCH ROOM.
R. E. Jolly & Co., 26 S. State St.
DANCING and DELSARTE
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER
t 46 S. State Street.
MONDAY- p. o. Ads oced Class for La-
MONDAY-7p. o. Lodes' del-ave class.
TUESDAY-7 p. m. Gentlemen's dancing
SATURDAY-10 a. m. Gentlemen's dancing
t p. m. Children's dancing class.
p nm. Ladies' daniog class.
Private lessono hy appointment.
U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Mon., Nov. 27.-Miss Jessie Brown, of Cleve-
land, on Child Characters in Dickens. at
Mon., Nov. 21.-Mr. Max Winkler, on "Reli-
gious and Political Movements now Preva-
Tues., Nov. 28-Miss Brown, on Heroes and
Heroines of George Eliot, in Inland League
Tues., Nov.285.-School of Music dedication.
Tues. Eve., Nov. 28-Thanksgivig recess be-
Fri., Dec. 8.-Marteau, the great violinist, in
S. L. A. course.
Sat., Dec. 9-Judge Ewing, of Chicago, on
"Oratory.' before the Oratorical Associa-
tion, in law lecture room.
(Continued from first page.)
Michigan's screw was steadily work-
ed up to the Kansas ro yard line,
and Hollister went around right ent'
for a touctdown. oat. Score,
As Kansas could do scarcely any-
thing with her flying wedge and line
plays, Johnson punted to Michi-
gan's 25-yard line, Michigan bucked
the line steadily nearly to the center
of the field, when a criss-cross pass,
aided by splendid interference, sent
Hollister clear down the field for
another touchdown. Kansas seem-
ed to be discouraged in the second
half, and could do little against
Michigan's rushes. Griffin failed at
goal, and the score was 16-o.
Kansas started with a 3o-yard
punt by Johnson. TFaking the ball,
Michigan worked her tackle wedge
back to the center of the field. The
time was nearly up, when Hollister
again slipped through the Kansas
line for his third touchdown. It
was growing dark, and time was
called, just after Griffin kicked a
difficult goal,leaving the score 22-o.
The game was marked throughout
by the brilliant work of Hollister,
who was the star of the game. Ier-
bert's lame ankle kept him from go-
ing into the game as hard as he
otherwise would. No individual
playing, however, could have won
the game, without the steady, sure
work of the whole team, for every
man played his place to perfection.
The line-up was.
KANsAs. Position. MICHAN..
Steinberger.._.,Left End. -enter
Mlatteson..Left Tackle Gritin
Hamil Left Guard -----Hooer
Coleman -Center . -wSmith
Grirmtls --__igit Guard. lit ,iiiiige
lPhst, tl. ---- ight Tackles ----.-- Villa
Shepard -- -Righ Endid --.- Aldrich
McMurray -- Quarter-Back.------laird
Shellesbarger-v left half ..............Dyer
Cham plin Sl..-.-Right Half ..- ..H-- olisiter
Johnson-i..-- Full ackl....-a1pt. Dygert
"How Did They Do It?"
The Northwestern, of Nov. 24,
speaking of the game with the U. of
1OW DID THEY DO ITi
This is a question that has assailed
the Northwestern eleven on all sides
since their return from the game with
Michigan, in which that team ran up
the remarkable score of 72 to 6. The
team which went to Ann Arbor last
Friday was a strong one.
A detailed account of the game would
scarcely be interesting, so it will be
omitted here; suffice it to say that the
Michigan team scored a touchdown
every five minutes with painful regu-
larity, and that the Northwestern mens
after a few minutes of play thought
they had encountered a Kansascyclone.
Three weeks ago the Michigan team
was one of the weakest in the West,
but today it is doubtful if any team
out here could beat it. The men are
giants, averaging twenty pounds
heavier than the Northwestern team
per man, and they play with a dash
and quickness which is surprising.
The home team simply could not .stop
the Michigan rushes, if they threw
themselves in front of them, the big
guards on the other side would take
hold of the half-back and lift him
right over the pileor else circle clear
around it. In the way they lined up
lay one secret of their success, as the
ball would often be snapped before the
Northwestern team was ready for it'
A Big Football Day.
Thanksgiving day this year will
be the biggest football day in the
history of the g ame. More games
will be played than ever before on
that day, and they will almost all be
between bitter rivals, so that ev-
ery game will be hard-fought. Some
of the most important games to he
played are Yale vs. Princeton, at
New York; Harvard vs. Pennsyl-
vania, at Cambridge; West Point vs.
Annapolis, at Annapolis; North Car-
olina vs. Virginia, at Richmond;
Michigan vs. U. of Chicago, at Chi-
cago; Purdue vs. DePauw, at Indi-
anapolis; Poston A. C. vs. Chicago
A. C., at Chicago; Kansas vs. Mis-
souri, at Kansas City; Berkeley vs.
Leland Stanford, -Jr., at San Fran-
Football scores on Saturday: Yale
6, Harvard o; Lehigh 34 North
Carolina o; Purdue 26, Champaign
26; Missouri 24, Pastimes 12.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon held a
dinner and opening party at their
new house last Saturday evening.
Many guests from out of town were
The B. A. C. and C. A. C. foot-
ball teams played a hot game on
Saturday, at Detroit, neither side
being able to score. Donnelly
played at tackle for the Clevelands.
The largest scholarship given by
any American college is the Stin-
necke scholarship at Princeton. It
is awarded for excellence in Latin
and Greek and amounts to $1,00
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
LILLIAN TIUCKER NEXT WEEK.
Lillian Tucker and her company ap-
pears at the Grand Opera House next
week, beginning with Monday, Nov.
27, in a well selected repetoire. Speak-
ing of her, the St. Mary's (Canada)
Journal says: "This week Miss Lil-
lian Tucker and (has. C. Vaughts
Company of players are attracting
good audieces at the oiera house
every evening by their grand produc-
tions of famous sensational comedies.
As evidence of the public's apprecia-
tion of this company worth the audi-
ences increase nightly, and to judge of
the hearty applause that greet their
efforts, Mr. Vaught and his troupe of
talented players are genuine favorites
with St. Mary's people.
The Lillian Tucker Company opened
a week's engagement at the opera
house, Monday evening, presenting the
evev popular enoVedy "Fanchon the
Cricket" before a large sied audiene.
Both star and company are excellent
and the performance gave unbounded
satisfaction. The specialties were lib-
erally encored. The company is com-
posed of ladies and gentlemen, who
are artists in eve~rv sense of the word.
We predict for 11m crowded houses
during the week.-Bay City Daily
BUSIN ESS LOCALS.
The J. T. Jacobs Co. have received a
fine line of neckwear-the very latest.
Call on Rose, of the Golden Eagle,
at the Cook IIouse, Tuesday.
IHave your photos taken at Randall's
before the rush of Christmas.
Two newly furnished front suites of
rooms, furnace heat and oil, very
cheap. Also good board at $2.50 per
week. 37 S. Ingalls.
ATTENTION.-Do you think of buy-
ing a type-writer this year? Then call
at the DILY oice if you wish one be-
Every stident should take advan-
tage of the reduced prices the Golden
Eagle, of Detroitare quoting on Suits,
Overcoats and Trousers. They are
now showing a line of novelties for
Holiday wear, as special value for
Full Dress wear, all at reduced prices.
Mr. Rose will be at the Cook House,
Tuesday, the 28th inst., and will be
pleased to meet all who desire seeing
For Rent.-Two single rooms, one
suite, furnace heat, light, hot and cold
water bath, two dollars and three dol-
lars. 20 E. Jefferson st.
BRACTt Ui with a good pair of shoul-
der braces. A large stock at low prices
at Brown's Drug Store. A few shop
worn braces at 50e.
Go to BlnvwN's DRUG STORE for all
Laboratory-supplies. Dissecting cases,
aprons and sleeves.-Low Prices.
Students and Societies, Attention 1
An opportunity to secure line furni-
ture at low prices. A handsome wal-
nut bookcase and cassed library table.
Revolving book shelves, easy chairs,
sofa, piano, bedroom sets, &c. No
reasonabl osffer declined. Inquire at
No. 30 E. Jefferson st.
Students Thanksgiving Rates.
The Toledo, Ans Arbor & No. Mich.
Ry. will se likis to students of the
U. of M. an dpsioant i Normal at one
and one-third nle forroundtrip, to al
points Isi kis 15 s of our road and its
Toledo connoilons, except the Lake
Shore. Tickets will be sold on Nov.
25, 29 land 30, good to return until Mon-
day, Dec. 4. Students must be pro-
vided with proper certiicates.
R. S. uEENwoo, Agent.
Time Table (Revised) SEpt. 24th,189 s
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N.S. Limited.....f6l0,N. n iited_. .
N.Y, Limited..... 9 4> 1.M.
N. Falls Special...11 12 ChicagoExpress.. 1555
N. Y. s Chi. Lim.. 12 31 G. R. & KEal. Exp.. 608
A. M. Cli. N. Express... 850
Atlantic Express. 5 33 Pacifil Express.. .10 20
O.N. Express.....6 (0
0. R. Express. .1.44
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G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor.
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and Thursday evenings 8:00; Ladies. Saturday
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