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NESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1895. Fours PAGES-3 CENTS.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WED]

VOL. VI. No. 33.

VOL. VI. No. 33. UNIVEFISITY OF MICH[GAN, WEDI NESI)AY, NOVEMBER fi, 1895. FOUR PAGES-S CENTS.

ALL ABOARDFOR BOSTON!1 DETROIT FOOTBALL GAME.
ONE UIT R TEM WLL LAVETHEIt Will Be Played on the New
ON UTRTHE LTEAMeWILLeLEAVEGTHEn__
MC. DEPOT AT 5 STANDARD. Lau aealGons
Is enough for one person to Miar'Bidwn sDtotys
play on at one time. One( Everybody Be There-Who Will Go laae 3id vn oDtotys
gnitar is not enlough, how- -Secret Practice Yesterday-Pub- tercly to look over the fiel andi ietore
S dents. That's why we have N ards Says-Yale With Us. with Mr. Van Derbtekk for the use of
I$$ constantly in stock several -h e egebsbl rud o
S dozens of guitars of various The Mittig;ai Central depot will bett'ts'lac'tisttl rud o
makes and prices. thie scene of a great gatherimthtii is gii.Teegons hnl
~ 'ftenoo wtet tie title titerstysoniewliat smtall and lackinigis reguilar
BETTER LOOK AT OURafenoweth vl Uiesy
wil xxItnrn out to sendt the football tear football field, all of turf, will yet tie
U. OF GIAoffoBotn ictanlaeat5 very accetable' aind possess soiie act-
It's good as its name. o'clock stat tlrdtintiue, anti it is ex vantage's ove'r the D. A. C. grottunts,
STHE ANN ARDOR ORGAN CO. it ted thiat a htalf htotir before thtiniotably ini grandstandt facilities.
S. MAIMN T 0 11 tie teewl e itestanding rcoom h ihgnMneoaLbu h eo.totNv 3wl o epae n h
The 'Vairsity fototball parcty will be D1. A. ('. grounds, as all of Michigan'i
ATacmposedi of twenty-two menltl"il ubg gamest'5have Ibeen in previous years.
She han s 'Thie D. A. C. Il~iigeinit tils been
SintugManager (.I'. . Baird, Coacht.ti wigsor ndsoe xrbtn
L.,Mt('auley and Tiraier .Beene Fitz-fnSt~iir ~lmr xritn
You can find the largest andI most ptik tennte iyr oteantd tnreasonabile as to reair.gtutir
complete stock of takien areas follows: Cairr iand tDent grouinidt for these gaines, thiinking
iiira~~rn by, teniter'; Hlooper, Hall and Wonm- there was no othiert'hat could hi' usi'il
SW ES YYLNIt1 fbasthi'ler, guardts; Ca'tip. Henniniger, Villa Th'lis year they demiandteditntre titan
indl oot, tackles; Seater, treenleaf ever', and( in coinsequieiice will get noth-
GYMASIM SITSaind Farninin, endts; Baird aint Morley, i
qularter' backs; tertiert. SHollister.
in the city. We make them to Hotlnes,ttichiards aiid Shields. half Death of Miss Alins Szold.
order, in any color, design or harks; Bloonitugoton, full bark. 'ThisjMsAiicSodiiiheofi
style desit'ei. list was posted lit the training tattil ,

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WRINKLE NUMBER THREE.
IT WILL BE READY AND ON SALE
TOMORROW MORNING.
The Best One Yet-New Artists Ap-
pear Upon Its Pages-Poetry and
Humor Are Up to the Standard.
.Wrinklexiiilibe amitng itsfoi' thei
third ftime this year tomloi'rowv morn-
tng, sitd the Couirt JIeste'r's smile is
visibly biroadeiied it, anticipation of
xwhat our tboys wilits in Saturday's
gamle.
Numbler 1 anti numbtler 2 were gosot.
inuiibe'rs. btnumbiller 3t is still bitter,
This is true of till the conltenits, but
imoie esptectally of the illustrtationis.
'They are motire anld be'tte'r llan in
previous inuititers.
The fromtisptece' is bty a iiewv artist,
oiie of stir aluiinae. Miss AnitaSHaint-
naht, 't5, of JIacksont, Mich. St is oun'
of tile best Writnkle lias yet haid.
That the cemter-page is by "Bolt"
Wagmier is guaranitee of its excelee-'.
tt represtents "Tiii'Poker (taute at Col-
a ge "fgouli of Collegei' iien iigaged
ait cards, anid the reailer to findtheii
fri'shiini of the group. Wagnerlsts
contrtiutes anotheriturtie reresenit-
tng Michtigain's coining victory.
Aiiothser irliwiilg deservinmilentionl
is StyEdxvardt Feirry, 'Ill L4, occupyimig
Nearly a full pagi'. Mr. Fesrry is also
a miewxairtist to Wmrinkle'spaitr'oiis.
'Thle nat of tilt dratwings aire coil-
tritbstedt mainly by C. B. Itiarsons, 't9t,
Edwaird Lawvless, 'tIS, Miss Le'wis tammd
E. (1. W'ardtell, if Detroit.
Btinttet' draiwitigs are by iit means
till, foir they are will imteriningleti
with verses a10d jokes as will itsminet
piretentious article's. 'liii' editorittls ile
in tile('oturt tester's xwell kinoxvin~.
(Of thinoigi'r artictes, (S. St. Batrker's
"If I Iladi Moneylto Burnt'is deise'rv-
tug thrst men'Itioni. 'T'he'otheir most
Notahbl' contribtotrs ire It3. M. Bite-
nanl. A. Mt. Sniiith.'
Wriiiki' willtie oniistilt' itall thei

Agents for the celebrated
BED. S, PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN. I
Engraved visiting cards we sup-
ply in five days.
SHEEHAN & CO..
30 S. STATE STRoEET.
-WILD, -
THE LEADING TAILOR
AND IMPORTER.
The latest and most Fashionable
Forein Fahrics for Men's Wear.
The Largest,' Stock in the City.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
WIILD.
SATWAHR's
HAVE YOU READ IT?
"Colleg Girls,"
By Abbe Carter Goodloe. Il-
lustrated by Charles Dana
Gibson. For opinions ask
your neighbois. Now on sale
at
WAR RS"
Up Tows, Don Tows.
UniereltyvBookstore, Oppasite Csari Hlouse
t ts St. 4 N. Mai St.

this mloraning. 'h'linehuep01for tile
gamies' vwitBatrs-arcS has iiotye't been
dinitely deciuded upomi.
Yesterday's practice, like that of the
lay biefore, wtts secret. Today.,110w-
ever'.tile gates of the athtitetic ildillii
be thrownmuopien inithe 110ope that the
xwhoetUnixvirsity xiii turn otit to take
this last clotuce of forming Oinopinlin
of the tettm antSablie all of cheeriitg
them on. I'ractice xiii beghin eamrly, at
3t o'clock, antS;xiii last only unitil -4
o'clock, in ordeir tox give tih' iten tinte
tos get ready for thte train.
Yesterday's practice xvts very cc-
couraging, a marked advance ini of-
fensiv'e play being noted ox-er the Same
feature Mlonday. Halxxwis out. fur
signal practice anti is nmucht bitter.
Btairdt and Settler wxere also in thei list
up for signal practice. Coach Mrl:'au-
bey expressed htimself as xve'li sttishi'ed
withilie showxiitg.
'"Billy" lRichatrds, the iex-Yale platyer',
w-io has beeni tssistig Mc('tuley this
uxeek, has i-eturn-ied to Oberlin totbe'-
,,In htisxx-ork xitht hut'tettm ther' agait
todiay. tl'nnaked;xwhatt.litthought
of our rittinces, itt'staid: "I se'c'11n1
-utusont xxhy Micttigtm sshtlisntswitn
fromtit Harvatrd, intlSItbeliexv' you xii.
You lave thti meti to ito it, slid tttey
hatve tieen tralined inthtie right xway to
doi it. TYtur interferenice'xxhte'i it is
wxoiking rightt is ahtcetd of anytttiitgI
httie ever sen in tite East. Its dtefect
ts in beig a little sloxx at tuneis."
Letters re'ceixecd troutYtale state thtat
Yale mtent art' backing Mic-higtat to xxiii
anti ate.hoping to set' her ho so.

hay, Nov. 1, of tyitois maitlriaiafte'rti
severe illnless of sevurtalxvee'ks. htiss
Szold xxas grauattehdfromit het U'i-
vemsity of Michigan xitilthite c-las
of 1192.
Situ'xxts Iprominentt in college circles
tand a, zealous, earitest xxoikcr ini ults
IFioxvem' Missiot antdVWomtti's Leatite.
Of thet foritter sits'xxas the first, presi-
die'nt. Site xwasit young xxomattn of
mtore thatnt ordinuary ailiity itt tmaniy
wx'ays aid xxon mtanty friettis.
.eur s'ithssittsttfotunds its fi-ld of
xxork int he itsnuesuf ttrt tutd titer studs-
its one year- ii Ne'xvYorkui xs'etttn
t F'tris xxhiere site spenit tue ili't txxo
y'ears, return'ming hosmie lust Tne for ai
visit. Situ fully expes'sted to re-turnm to
F'tris this taututm forratindtueinite
periodstoitpursue hem' lift' xrr. Her

Succ'ess seemest tssures'sicetixheur pic- tiookstiiiis 11)tI slttte ('i111liiti losr-
ttu-rsxh11111soldi xel'liandtshe h,1itd. Tee''n rowxx'motiiti t tthes8,ttt10 Ol puis', timi
'mi;gtgi'in liiustm'tittn Si-vrtal iit'mtrx -irts timid xxii tilt'e-I xxithi ,i readtySalt'.

works. Shim' tuatty fr'ies'm t iAnti
Arbor. bothtt suidents andstcitizens , tin'
gre'tlty putted ttati'ersudident tid, un-
es'itc''t's dteatht. All dieehly syl-
hutitize'xwitthum'ersmrettx'aeshltits hAnd
VESPER SERVICES BEGUN.
A Good Attendance-Order of Ser-
vice Remains the Same.
''t're' xxas ti, gooatte'ntdaitcett thts
irst x'esperm'serv-ice il Unixver~sity Ihuh1,
yeste'rdityttfts'rtoonu. 'hts'ordiur of
se'rx'ice' is thie saitte asstiyeartt.

FIRST FRESHMAN SOCIAL.
It Will Be Held Friday Evening.
Nov. 22. at Granger's.
'hw its sht fritmaim sscitlmilxii hi
gixv'ntl't-huhaty ( ixuttlg.Nvx'. 22. it
tctuumi)2e's Acaiti'muy. . iiift'-mtius
stoc-ilh commimutte'e, xwhitch xxilht'
sittings' sifthus'lao't. is u-suumuuosu'ui si
ts' fuuloihuiuim msoiumm: '0'. 1..ac-k,
iimuitu:Messirs.'uttur, i,,ioymttomu,
K'eu'thtad1I' xi suit , isses t' lziit
kindt 'fTliyi'r.
See the team off at 5 p.' m.

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