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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-25

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THE U. OF Al. DAILY

Published Daily (Suday excepted) dring
the Coleg year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
[lenten Times building N. Main st., opposite
post ofice.
EDITORS.
J. A. Lecttis, '1, Managing Editor.
G. tR. Sis, '5, Assistant.
C. D. CAP, G. L, Assistant.
J. F. Tosss, "7, Assistant.
S. E. EsAnin, 'li, Athletic Edior.
L. C. WAicin, '6. tusiess Alanager.
i. C. PAIJLDS, '9A, Assistan.
Associate Editors.
L. A. Pratt, 'P. A. i. Petrie, '.
C. A. Itoaghtos,'00 1. G. Al.. eat, '01 P.
Katherine laed,'7. H. B. Gammon,8 M.
B. B. Metheasy, '. R. i. Reilly, 's
tR. C. Back, '05 M. Susana tieisdso,'98
F. A. Milner, '00 II. E. L Gesmer, '98.
W. W. Hugbs, 'N.
The price o the Daiy will remaa as hee-
tofore, $2.0 a yar, ivariably in advance,
notsithstanding the fact that pulication
wilibe cntinuedunatil Cmmcsemsen.
ThlipDaily will not be isedcltils
week oiler tomosruiw, till accoint sf
thie Talnlksgiving vcaieonl.
The feeliiig thai a Alicigan 1tea1 is
inviincible before ibt ieigai cruwl is
givein addsed coirmination by 01r.
dayssioy, which so thorougly re-
tries-eu lii'twosforiie defeats Aici-
gan11 has sustasiedatithile anis of
Minnesotl. Andlit i was as vietry too
contest, isnit'that aid 11o1101 toiboii
Alinsoita ainsi licigi..
Anilext, ('isisago. lliesota beat
Chlicasgo to bei'stre, bit M iiicigan
lhsntiiyet anilmustlins o it next Ihurs-
day. The plalyrs will pt ii good
liordwirk l in rpalraionl forschi a
viciory anti they sill ieed ative 0su11
port 1111d ienuragement. Telve
inundred Peiiiiylvaiia stuens lie.
Coipiediiltheiir eleven to toslbii oe
the gamse wih Harvad Satrday.!
tiriely wsocanliisend twondssureitto
(Chicago for te ThankgivingtDay
gaugie. Thiei list still needs naiie.
Liet1its seit itfilletd Sillaisdimoe o
by toiiorrow.
Michigan Men at Chicago.
There iss:tobe givili toaylt (P
o'clock an elegant dinner at SKinsey's
ik itie city of Chicago lit all tileAlic-
igani iieii who resie tbere. Te jpur.
psoof he meietinig is inoimake r-
rangemens for atteninlg tei'0gam111'be-
tweeinbMicilganiad Cicago at 11
o'clock Tanksgtving iiorninig. -Mie-
iganli iiii will get togethier ii secions
of lhe gaiid staiii thai have been i-
nero-eu for thieii. '[1119will also re-
hearse the footiall sngs that have
lieeii writen by sudents here so Slit)
thcy will bie able 1o join in tie musical
lortionl of the Tanksgiving diy gmse.
Several hundred 9Micigan i im have
already sent their acceptances and a
jolly evening is promisled.
HUtNTERiS' RATES.
Agents of Ohio Central Lines are
selling Htunters' Tickets to all poits
in the hunting territory '.tt'lhunters'
rates. See Ohio Central Agets. 12

MICHI[GAN TILE VICTOR.
(otinued from First Page.)
kynsosas fot-ed o phunt. Sntr a~l
Bloomiiligston carricdi le bll to the
tyard line, where te ball went in
.innaiesota on dloivil. l-'nl~ssorclte
twety-ive yars S lroSth 0gu1ard anti,
[sckle adsnit itt ffls' lilo .7v'tiliii
nesot tellyars waIl'e. 91 i'iitiotti
fsailedi o galn and1 Parkyns wis foreil
in pu~nt.:P[lie iball aigainno'ii is'lin-
nesotla.011 ottsits' anitPsrkyn piunted
tothelii 29.ysrd line. '[lebal iiisss givel
to Mlilgall in the center of the fieli
sill accounlt of the Illelanre star' of
iAlllieo'ota's endts ill the istunt. Siller
ga.inletd instaftera fiusible iBloominllg-
stoii piltetd. Minsota wsisagil
forceestolpuilt Htistiser, ierbsrt,
Falriinm andS ente1r ginedsilaild
Blooiisiilgsttils ptoutedi is ilminscsst's
3t0-yariSline. tarkyn ImtiitsandlsiSel-
tcm' andli tariihamiiesicliweit arosnd
thleir ownI endis for 11 fesv ysrs. Sell-
tsr aisdtFairnhasimicrriedth ie bal to
the 15-yard line 11111 tarhiamllcarest
the balsover tIellsnhe for totu o wn'llo~i
ill nineteen lliilttea. tloomisigsoii
kicked asiffticultgoal 11nd(1the score
was 1-.
Ss'iter ecarriedt his'ball forsvsrtff-
teen ysartds fromi the net kick nit antS
this ball went to Minelsotal on at fulli
wa1 siesred aiS tackledt 5s hoewas-i
callesd fort(lieinst of thi' half.
P'srkyn tookltha il froisitieiet
kick soff, buit Nsss soi cisiltlesIto
punt1. Bloominiigstoii pun~tet. [ar yi
att'mptedsstto kick hbnt ,vas blockdsanls
the ball went to Miciganiioii tss'to-
yardtlhue.Fertier oent oer te lins'
for a1 tuhdo wnil in seilv0((11inui~ts aid
he settle was 140.
Btloomimngston punlitdtl01, bils te
ball welltIpast H-eniiner iand tbesames
itiis'ts's 1ba11lli teci'llsr o1 thes
fies-It.Pairkvi's kick oftowet into
touchtibctk a1111 ichtk-iiigskitkidfrtss
lse'i 2-yrsl iiiie. After slight gais.
Mimnesota pssuntedi to Mbichigan's 7-asr
linis' andiiFarnhamiii, Flirtiansi 'ills
carriedi the bal forwasrid a few ysrds.
Blilinlg.stoli attmptied to kick btn
sastblscked. iliss gaiedi six yaidss
011 a fike kick suit Farnham, Bloon-
, igstssiand tioliies madl~e ginis. Fr-
beirt got in a tell yardssrun.iandt Bloomi-
tweuy-fie yardtss o itrelesf's iitr-
ferenmee oithm a fsir catch, ut wvas 10011
comipelled to 1p11111. erbsrt landt
Greenleaf milade small giss andt
tiioommiigston 05wa0sompellet to punt1.
The ball wstsumlbed1and(1bicaei
Michigan's on her oponents 2-yrd
hune. Blooinugstonm agini tuntedi 1111
Gtilberi triest to gain, tiut fumbshlel ani
Hlolmes fell onl the ball on the a-yard
hiue. Ferbeit wen11tlihrosugh for te
fourthitouchdiown iniifteen minutes.
(oa. Score 20-0.
Oin the iex kick off terbert carriesd
1110 ball to the 2-yard liue. Holimes,
Greenleaf and Villa gained and Booii-
ingsoon kicked to Parkyn, osho sig-

nraled a fair cath. Paikyis kisked to
Mieligaims 15-ysrsl ie a11(1 Ileoilg-
ston returned- it. Mbichigani got th'
ball ssdn san d worked i forwasrdt
thirty ylards 0whe'i tlooiiingstoi t.hi-
ed. Tile bll washlfumbstledhan 00was
in Mbichigan's lpossessioni on ibineso-
ta's 4-ardtline whenmi'm lsewas
tallest.
The Women's Lague.
'T'ie'W'omhan's Lauehie leltani open
mieethig in 'fappsaiiiHall oil Saturday
lft'rnoohtohiebiar liii'rt'toot of sis
Soule, this'leagtit'delt'tgate to tie fet-
eration of cubs recehtly heist in Grndt
Rapids, and to se ithelnhs for the
iiesv woman1's buimldiing. itis '[laylor,
tile retiriniglprsieit of le League,
coidticed the meeting lt thei'eqes it
of ;hiss Stickilsy, thit' ews'pi'isisli.l
'hut'ar-hsits'u-i ositthe )gymnashium wan0011
e-xpetctedS withilthlas, hbt 111his
abseunce _-is. Angell desscited the
ntews-rooiis to te ocupittd b-is
league in (le imuch longed for gynillu-
stih. i-Miss Soule gas- i'n ittrsting
accounht tof her work on beh'ialf of the
t9'111115l111 at he fesmirtion. Miss
Trueb'tloods, ctirmianliliof liie'cnvasiss-
lhlg commnitte fo college wovomei. se-
ciudsihisuriltiohs flomllthost' ris-
tilt to lteamhon~t of $2. Eery
05omanl~ in this' S iiversiy is to hi'asik-
cit to i ol oihit'hilhlg. (11e 1uns1. lists,
evte' snilal, being considerwed s1ansllex
iressioii of intrest iii til ue i.
LAWS AND ItRE ti'S.
'Te sorkin iiGermian, priae andt
im tlasses, offercd by Mbr. Liebig as
hldo-rtsed 11 n iih' butl'inlboard s t o
give opportniy to all those stdenthis
in1 the lawv and mletdicalh iearmieis,
woho imay nt have hiadu a goot cors
of GSermanin 11their- peu'iatory soon.
or wod noitsb111 tidtime to dotheir
work in the classes of he literary d-
parmtlent.
'The valne of Gernman ill boih proes-
ions foe actieadl('and11(1lierarhitrt-
iosi' is too owell knlown~ to ned further
explanlation.
NOTICE.
Those compheihng for the $23 cash
prime oferdt by the Csaiail for a
short story of the naure of Yale
yarnis or i rIltetouh stories nuthae
their produtctions in tby January- 1.
The miaxiimin iunber of wordls is
2500. For further ilfoimlfaiohoad-
drs, THE CASTALIAN.
TICKSJITS TO CHORAL UNON.
Hteriafter iim the ChoralSUniot ol-
tents people soill be obligedS t shonsv
their tickets atSthe botoii of the hali
stall-stefoie they assend, ut tickets
wil 1101 hetaken unitil tietdoors tre
reached that tadimit to (le hasll.
J. G. WtNE.
Gumitr foe Sale.-A GrandS Coileel
Wasshibiurn Guiitr for stle heuihs Foe
futher PsrtielanO apliy at tie 1u11)
3 n 11 . Washingtoni st.
Diuteaicl. -h'. Stsiusor, Xi t ish.
'9S D, teacher of Basjeat, Mandsoi
ansd Guitarh. Amm.m-ArborIOrgnhi to.
Res, 7 I'oland st. 4--miute lssn
510 ets., 00t-umisue lessomns 73 do..
Wanted-Soameone 1tolplay the piano
for dancing half an hour a ia9- in ex-
chaige for use of pano. 4 Waslie-
nose ave. d49

THE CHICAGO GsAME--$5.00.
For this evemt the Ann Am br Ral-
road will runba siecial train through
to Chicago via Mlilan (his being the
route decided upon by the ex-
ecutive board of the Ahleic
Association), providing 200 tik-
ets are sold. $ pays for [le.ex-
pense of a round trip. Secure your
coupons now at the depot, at Cook
house, Wahro State St. store, or of
i. Saint, of the Athletic board.
Guarantee inust .be made i-Monday,
Nov. 25.
. S. GREENWOOD, Agent.
'T'he Hytienic, 1t baynaenilsO,
Choicest of meats, best of frnuissmec- j
illy iprepoaredh grains .sithi creashh.
milk in abutndahne, sloitarini hleoth
foodis, scientific cookhng. $2.0 ter
oeek.
TO RENT.
A fromt suite, newly furished,
across froim campus, inexpensive, No.
158 . University tve. 45
Private diinmmg rooim foe ctub. At-
hiractive. Quik serv ie.tBoasrdl42.
Closing Out
We have left a fair sock of
all sots of
-- WRITING TABLETS
which can he closed out as
follows.
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5G
GOOD RULED TABLES,'100 ~P 3 FOR 1D9
GOOD WRITING TABLET, 8 C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - '15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 39C
WRITING PAPER BY THE -QUIRE OR LB.
This stock will not e replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
Grand Opera House.
CLNOAY EVENING, NOV 25TH.
t®4 THE + .
CARLEON'
--IN
THME LILY OF KILLARNEY
PRICES, 35C, 50C, 75C AND $0.
STrU DENTS.
Taeycur Iodik Sok tor
BE~HYMAN, IHE P10fRAPH[BP
Satisfactios gnaranteed. 6 . Huron 9tk
GREAT CUT IN CHICAGO PAPERS
Call anud get prices.
P. 0. MEYER.
University News Sand.
4$ E. William t.
CTRR S E ER 20EvAdvertise Your W ants
in The Daily.

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