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THE U. OF M. DAILY

Published Daily (Sund'y ecepted) during
the olleenyear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orelne Times building N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LeRoY, '0, Moanging Editor.
G. B. ilsoosSON, '0 L, Assistant.
G. It. Sis, '5, Assistant.
C. tD. GAY, G. L, Assisant.
S. E. KNAPEN, '8, Athletic Editor.
L. G. WALKER, '9. Busiess Manager.
R. C. FAutrn, '5 M, Assitan.
Anociate Editor.
L. A. Pratt,'M11 A. K. Petrie, '0.
C. A. ttougiton, '01 D. G. M. Seth, 96 P:
Katherine Keed, '7. Ii. B. Gammon, '00 M.
J. . Thonas, 's. .W. XV tuhes, li.
B. B. Isetheany,'0. . I. Reilly, '0.
0R. . Bc, '9 .
Thle price o the Daily will remain as here-
tofore, $t.i0l a year. invariably in advance,
nowithstadng the gact that publication
will be continued until Commeceoent.
iihigasl's footall season dit10
close Novemsber 9tis. is tome semisto
think. o be sre, the gam with
Harvartd was looke'd 111011 as ve-'r
shadowing ii illoranellleol tie oler
gameits of the seso; and, '1h0ugb-ic-
tory woasfot accorsedItss, we are stll
content wills the splnuid sowig or
team mattesunter adverse conditions.
But we have still tofore us gmes Owll
nighi as importnt 1asthe oe ot Sat-
uriday. t'ursdue, 1innesota andtiChli-
cagEo alre all formiioat'.s'opponen1'ts,
wicth it will demands our0011ustmsost ef
forts 10 coniser. The slowini 00u'
eleven made Saturdally isuroes or
stoninig it the Es, andit1now re-
mains for us to make 10m our position
in the West. Oslo looing helllar-
vardito10a 40 ganmcanol prcticaly
matedcolthemii miaks te other tnisi
of the West amlbitiobslstos gain prstige
for thiemselvesO as wse d00( by defeating
Cornell lst fall, 111101tey ar ei
niowvcomntgg011 ths. lototleur ois
has-ve n mate agaist its tis year,
and Otose' ssere sot math by clens,
straight football. Let ss keel he
totltclownso 10this511u1. 'o do tsus
against the three antagoists we are
yet to meet 'ill dema~nd great efforts,
hut not more than our tamn is capablo
of, se belies-.
Mesnwhlile, not all is for the team to
do. There 111101te sppgort adth lat
not half-herted, fronltilhe swhole ta-
versity. If ny 10e111o other Univer-
sity organization eser eared suplort.
the eleven that represented Michigans
so nobly Saturday has earned it
RUGBY FOOTBALL RULES.
Facts of Interest in View of the
Recent Yale Dicuion.
Mh s 10been saitof late in favsor
of intlscig the English Rugy foot-
hall gamse into the unlivesities of
America. Walter tamp has urged
that it be taken utsaal Yale in order
to give ighter muea chace to par-
ticlme aud to develop smen for the
regular eleven. In view of the disus-
siesn over te matter the follosing
astile from the Yale News on the

rules of EnglioshItugby may be of in- ed. The formier counts one point anod
terest: tile latter three. Who'l a goal isI
"To thtose wsho are siot fa:-iliarsswitth kicketd fromu t 'try' the total score isl
the princitples of this En~glish. gallle it threetoollls.
maliy be of interest to learn, sithotst "Practicoally the salsie rub's extst ini
svaoiisg too deeply 1100o the rules anid tile Rusgby game is inth ie Amlericani
tochnicalities, a fewv of its particulars, gliule tegardinig 'off-side play ' and
antd espseciailly those isi sshich it differs brinoginlg the ball in fromttiout of
from ossr Amiericosn gamie. bounsds.
"Ithe tierest blare Rugby is plalyedl "Frotm a ktnossledge of these fesv
ssith tiftters sment onia side: Of those, tparticulalrs, -the lpriticipal toointsof dif-
one is atftsll back, thiroe or fousrlire ference' in till'Esnglish anod Americani
thlree-qusarter backs, tsso are hoalf gametos coantoe reaodily sioteot. The
boocks anti the remiainider are forswards. mlov'eent int the formier is muscho more
It: is the dtsty of the forssardto11 formtilisely, for the ball is almsost coosnti-
a 'butlky,' as the scri-mmtage is collo- stlly its motioni anisCtorried up and
qtuity termeitd, by crossdiing closely downssthe fielod;swith mshnssmore tree-
libot the ball swithi healowtoseretd, dom tlhans is the coase ill otur'gimie.
11111 swhen 'lplay is called to eindeavor F-or Ibis reason Rtugby is it s-ry ini-
to force the opoposinigforsvarods back terestinlg game to wvatchi;host it doe's
11100 ty kickitig the tall to doive it011 sot offer mutch opportuniity for the
thoe diectiont of thie oooloilts' goatl emiploymtent of scionce 111111 'badt
line, Durinig till scrimmallige it istoot wsor-k,' snor tot' the itntroductioon of tre-
lassfos for anly p11ay-r too lousseh the ball mleditated lays5, of which the 111111-
witht los Ihanlds. Thle forssard sliosulod, bers of liie team art- aptorised by melan's
hoosses-esr, make it their atim to 'beet of it code of signals. This gamie e1al1
out' ohs' 10111, (o that oose of tile half tbe very reaodily takemi ustoatnd plyed
tbacks of thioir oss- sideo, whlo takt' spo withou5t demandlintig any greaot amuti
their lpositilon imnldlitsely behintheIts of practice os' traitinsg frosm the plaiy-
'bsully.' crs, tasnttit once int~roduscedotallotwell
"'flits layer in turn passes 5till-starto'ot wouilotsutrely swin{ foot itself a
leathert on, to otio of the thiree-quallrter large tiegree of tpotpularity."
bacuks, or it fact to anym111011osut of liie
Scrimmaillge wvhoohias apparently las it Renerven Did Not Play,
tgoodt00 op ortnty tS ou gainl plotil 11101'ill'a h Reservsso ol 10,oo _ tt~s'
rtun. 'fle etunner.,tupoin bseing tackled, lounod toobay, as tile gamel' s sGall-
trio's to toss theo'b01111to001011'oilier retied sw-hile lhey ssere on Itheir waoy
miemlbe'r of his teami, insteado of holdl- there.
inig it suothl fairly downedio, as is nows
till ctustoml. 'fle'ball mily thussbe Ns itcssasioaeSs-iii-i'm

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Paper.

IpaussedO ses-oeral tumes from nlie

1)1;ty ei

10 asnotheor befort' 0ny' one ihi iis foir-
ly 'hldtt' andtOhoe boall declasredon'-i
toy the referece. Th'lis systeii of pooss-
ing is eolhtelsnctt at ist sighttoy
es-ely Ameooricans fooltooaltlayer, uss it
is.0Vis-hse lo risk of losisig thet'boall.
BstO whleti it is hroughot thla0 oomsit~er-
0111tlo o tt ottthe formautions of the
scsimnoogethue ballh 00('0co1mon1 priop-
erty, andst therefore tile possesioni of it
teore the scrimmahige is of no e'specital
vaolute, it is easily untderstooch ly this
practice is ollossed too euler so toromh-
inently intatohoe English gamse.
"Scorimng ocent's svlensa 'try' ii.e.
touchdoswn) is obtained or a goal kick-
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