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U. of M. Daily, 1893-12-04

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

C'J. of 1W. "IDart.
Pubhed Daily (Suadlays ecptd) during
tbe Coee year. by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Suscriptioa price x:5.0 per year, invariably
in advance Mic l9copiena0cents. Sbcrip-
ton may be left at te office of tba DAILY,
at Stofflt, with any of te eitorn or
authorized olicitor.
Commianications sold reacb te office by
7 o'clock . m. it they arr to appear the net
day. Addrena all matter intedd tr publica-
tion to the Maaging Editor. All buntesn
cotmmunicationnnshuld be snet to the Bi-
nes Manager.
THE U. f 1M. DAILY
Anna Arbr.15tlh.
EDITORS.
C, A. Ensoz, Lw '4, Managing Editr.
H. A. SADNG, Lit. 'l, Asistt.
J. L. Loam, Lit. '95, Asiatn.
F. WLTERaSLaw'9, Anitant.
J. A. LennY, L1.1.0'o, Athletic Editor.
S. IV. CUTSS, P. G. Li., Buinens Managr.
I~s. A. Moa, Lit. '0, Asitant.
H. B. Gamnon '.4 I. 1. Hai. 's.
t. . Atiti. MDIAL
F. P. Sdrr . L'96,idac '4
Anes uoiiry, '9i H. D3. 1siubti, 'l.
DENTAL.. t0i(OPlOATitl.
L. E. Coordt, '5. . G. Jenin, '.
All cpy mist-ibat thocbef core 8:0a. c
at the dy of publictio.
The Editors do at hold themelve repon-
ible fr the opinion or tatenct of eorre
pondents, appearin in the DAILY.
TBio Thankgiviag number of the
Univerity of Chicago Weekly in a
very creditable number.
Now that list football seaolisi
ovr, the college editos wilt have to
ek newvo in psture new.
TiHE new 1frifze Memorial hal is a
fitting tribute tothe memoryof anion
whone eve ry effort wo for the suc
eons of niusic in te tUniveysitv. 'to
Prof. Staneyshould asooe asrbed
great praise for in untiricg efforts
in behalf of higher musical culture
in the University, which resulted
in the establishment of the School
of Muic. 'ihie future of the nesly
establiohed school eems the bright-
est and the time io not far ditant
when Ann Arbor will be known
throughout the whole land an a
muical cent:er anowel as the eat of
the greatest University of the Wst.
lNAfAsutd as the editors of the
University of Chicago Weekly could
scarcely contain themselves when
our team was defeated by the U. of
C. eleven some time since, it will be
interesting, now that the tables have
been turned, to notice the change of
tunie.' We have neer assumed sch
a spirit of boasting, nor will we
now, as the result was confidently
expected.
We will, however, quote the flo-

towing fronm the editorial columns
of the Detroit Free Press, which
applies forcibly to the present situ.
ation:
''ft was the height of presuimspions
for the buddiiig Uivesity of Cicago
to thiiitk thiat its representatives oi the
gridiroitfield could defeat the veter-
iis of str own State Uiversity. They
know a good deal more now than they
did 'T'hursday morning."
Too Anie, of Minnesota, makes
use of language, editoriallyin speak
lug of our recent proposal for a
'Thanksgiving gam,which is entirely
uncalled for, coming as it does from
a neighboring institution. The
language referred to is as follows:
"Wisconisni vs. Miehigan 84 to 1,
Mitnesota v. Wisosin 40 to 0. Atd
now Mihigani wants to arrange aggame
withs us for Thanksgiving day. Grit
atnd determinaltion are good qualities
to possess, but there is a great differ-
etice betweeni grit sld foolisiness.
Some people never learni titythiig from
expeienee."
And again in the samie issue we
discover the followig meaningless
sentences:
"The U. of M. Daily editorially mn-
tiots their glorious victory over the
strotngest football team us the West-
tiealing Purdue. We fail to disern
the ratiocitation of their syllogis."
'rhe above reflections need no
answer on our part, as the record of
our team, with its five successive
victories, is sufficient ansser. It is
more than probable that if our team
should met Minnesota, victory for
:Michigan would be the reslt. Mti.
Editor of tlic Ariel, the fact tat
you tiefeated our team onice is not
conclusive that the ame result
would folosv should wenmeet again.
If this be the case, then yot will
findh discreton the better ipart of
valor.
Poou: Conl is being trn to
pieces, so to speak, on evry side by
the western cllege press. We had
thought that we wold iot further
disturb our Eastern neighbor in the
profound lassitude into which she
seems to have degenerated, bill the
following clipped froni the editorial
columns of the Cardinal, of Wiscon-
sin, is too pointed to be left un-
published:
"The Corteli Daily Siin has an riito-
raitin last 1riday's issue pitching itut
Michigans without gloves iii regari to
the football diffculties betweeiiCr-
nel and Miinesota atd Michigat. It
seenis that Michigan embittered by
Coriell's refusal to play a Tanikgiv-
ing game at De troit, has beeti takiig
the part of Mintesota and jutpnhg oii
Cornell withi spiked soe. U. of M.
DAILY remarks that 'Coriell' bluff is
tp,' and ays very reasonably too that
Cornell reftsed to play Michigan for
fear Of getting beatei. Te Sn says,
considerinig the fact that the Mieii-

ganu eleven has beets defeated tsot oiily
by Mititesota who rans up a large score
against her, belt lso by the itnferior
teamo of the Utsiversity of Wisconsin,
this eertfiinly does taut appear except
to those who see with the visioti of the
Michiganl representatives.'
"All u-a have to say in regard to .this
is that we would like to get just one
whack at Cornell. We would pulver-
lee thens, put them to sleep. Cornell's
football team lion had much more
nitoriety thsan is good for it. They
have degenerated to the rank of third
class football colleges and should keep
quiet for a few years. In the language
of the present day, inelegattbut forc-
ible, Minnesota, Wiscunsin and Michii-
glan could each knock the tar out of
Cornell, to say nothing of Purdue atid
Kansas.
'And we wanit to advise Cornell to
brinm alone uplenty of sithstitutes if she

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