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VOL. VI. No. 53.. UNIVERS[TY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1895. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

ONE GUITAR
Is enough for one person to
11 y play on at one time. One"
gitar is not enough, how- t
ever to supply 3,000 stu- 1
dets That's why we have .
constantly in stock several
S dozens of guitars of various
makes and prices.
BETTER LOOK AT OUR
IU. OF M GUITARisnae '
Itgoodasisnm.
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
Sheehan's
You cain find the l rgest and most
complete stock of
S'N[AEAS AND
GYMNASIVM SUIlS
in tho city. We tmak them to
order, in any color, tdesig or
style desired.
Agents for the celebrated
DEO. S PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN,
IEngraved visiting cards we sup-
ply in five days
SHEEHAN & 00..
30 S.7STAT ESTREET.
Y 1_T HE LEADING TAILOR
AND IMPORTER.
The latest and most Fashionable
Foreign Fabrics for Men's Wear.
The Lirgest Stock in the City.
10. 2 E WASHINGTON ST, NEAR MAIN.
ATWAHR'S
special sae this week,
Illustrated
'GIFT- BOOKS,
Standard and Miscellaneous Books,
CIalenders And Diaries for 1896.
Juvenile and Toy Books,
Teacher's,; Bibles. Largest
stock in the city, 1,00 popu-
_lar books t 2 cents each;
upTewn, Down Town,
Uiniversity Seelstorn, Opoite irtHeUSe
21SState St 4N. MainSt.

PRESMENT ADAMS TALKS.
CASPAR WHITNEY'S CHARGES
AGAIN REFUTED,
Difference In Rules of East and
West--Football Cleaner This Year
Than Ever Before- A Football
League.
Dr. Chas. Kendall Adamis, presideiit
ef the University of Wiscoilsin, had
the following to say regarding Castpar
Wh'litney's charges against western
colleges, its an interview at Milwau-
kee:
"Onir rules here in the West are
somewhat different. frolitose of the
eat in regard to players. At the pres-
ideiti's inteeting last winter we t<ried
to pars a, rideiprovidinig thtat coaching
ror mntey 'shouiltdhar a nman front
Ilintg 00n:tany college teamt. AV-
failed to ito so, chiefly throtighi the
opposition of P'resident Hariter. tHe
took the ground that if a. student was
tour atd workitng his way through
college lie ought not to he shtn off
frontaiiy source of income, as ithis
rule would ito.
"It was the fatct that Hall, of Mich-
igait, had cotiched. soite team down. in'
teorgici that htarred itm out of the
intercollegiaite trtik-l contest last sumti-
nmer. White ti is a Par ins amateur,
cotitests aniii in the eaist, it is itot tin
objection to ii itain playing on our
western college football teatms, asI
hatie shown you. liollister's case is
the samue, appacrentlly. tie imay have
niadte enough tatia instruactor' to per-
snttthtm to ruturn to Michtigat icint
compilete lits, ':tidies. t Inonot helieve
the fticiulty of the Michigtan Univec-
ily would fotrant intaint isermit tiny-
thing iin the nature of uinftiir playing
of itiei, if they kitews of it, tieritoI
telieve it would he easy to hoosdwik
them, as they are sharp mcen antdlnt
easily misled.

opinion, if wve could have a league of
western colleges with a series of
gaittes eat-l seasons A league, foriin-
stance, of lie universities of Michigan,
Minnesota, 'Chicago, 'Wisconsin and
Illinois. Or, if this was not possible,
a, league comprising the state univer-
sities,- or oine comtposedi of Chicago,
Mlinnesotti and 'Wisconsin. Thlis wvould
give each team a secics of big gamtes
to loots forwaird to, w*hile they enuid
-pity such oilier tiratnce gamesu, as tiley
saw fit. 'Thi; would tetid to keep thej
mien lil to thei' work btetter and wouldt
add v-cry munch to the interest token
in the gamte"
Communication,
Th'le following letter has ;just been re-
ceisvedlfroimiChtictigo:
lilitor I1. of AM.Dtiily:
Dear Sit-,-Tue Miciigans football
tetint haut.st compileted by ftar the
miost suceesful record ever imadle by
a swesterit eleven. For this spletid
rtecorcd, i's-ry onte conlcernetd, Manaiger
Btairtd, teach M1cattney, Traitter Fitz-
piutrick aidthtie players idisvidiually
tutd collectisvely desers'e tile utmo's't
ciedit allo the watrmnest thatiiks of all
Michtigain itmin.
Where IllItIaelotte so os-ill it is
utnneces-sary aitul erlittin itwouldcibe
untjiust to sigle' out iniidutittitelt
for spsecital ipraisc'. We are prcoiud of
ttemtiotie andtill.
But it stevits to lii that it is 'spec-
itally fitting at this. titme, that w0e pult
itto sometietrmanienit for ,inaiexpties-
stoic of our apprectciationi of the ittwat-
uttble oem-sices of tooiten.
Otto of thccse iceic, although cozitciti
to us fromtsancothecr uttis-ersity, ias by
tis unitirincg, efficienit work, his ic-
sirling examlce ad dhis itanly- ehtat-
aeter contribsited more titan so- retal-
tze, pserhaplis, to our pcroudi record. It
is not inecessary to mcenstinc his icamie,

BEFORE TAlE. UNITY CLUB.
MISS WADSWORTH ENTERTAINS
A LARGE AUDIENCE.
Thackeray Discussed as a.Man and
Writer-His Characteristics Com-
pared With Dickens.
MNIiss, Mary E. Wadswvorthc pleased a
large auience last evenig at tile
Linity Club with a Itags oct 'ITiackeray.
Tile speaker soas tierfectly cai home
wvithc ter, subject and spcoke woithi flu-
ency anti vvacity. rTitackoray ,sNcas
dtiscussed, as the cynic, lice jovial
frieind, caldlice reail lov-eirof iitnkitnd.
H~e is utuik's oilier wvriters, acdd is al-
ways imhself. 1IluI-y _Esmtond was
consiidered thisitntOsteiece icy'the
speaker, as cotntaliing all lilsIfinest
chcaracterizactionc s a so ritci'of fictin,
cnd, its adcequntely recounticig the reign,
of (queeti A-toe. Thatckeray stands
tiloice in.Is tibility to repcroduce icy-
gone dacys,. c id develop. character.lie,
is by nure a icor-al tettacer,told a
nov-elist only by accident.tHe desired.
especially to enphtcizie lice equiality of
chatracter aicd i-theuncrowniedti hu-,
hcooutis goals of amcbition. lHe wacs
longer ic gaiintg celebr-ity thaniDickMi-l
es isscutiseitnlikehe l altter lie didi
not like to ditidge attdtwaisslow -in
lecirihiowo.is deputhcciiidcerncest-
Hcenssoul countinuie to iccireso s-ilec
atnd wiuder circles of readers, wo w sill
not1 call himn cynical, bit tightly, odt'r-
ical alidswhoesomiely humccorous.
Spring Bicycle Meet.
Steips havec beenta tketticy the lead-
lng colleges to forci anicnhtercolle'gitte
cyclig associatlion, abtolishctowo-icile
bicycle races at the annuctal gamtces of
the Iittercoiiegitete Athletic Associa-
tion anid inteatd icoldtscc purely col-
legiate bicycle tieet each, spritng.
Amcongthgelc ol'ges intueretd caie

"At Madisoicso-ctry, to keep owithcin for ws- are til thtinkitig of "Jerry"' Vdle, P'riniceton, Hiarv-ard, Itnivenity
lice strict.,amcatcimr reues, ahir do, so faor McCauleiy amid hoov sorry owe ace ice of P'enntsylvanctia, Cornceit, Newv York
cue I knuow. I belies-c ticsUtniversity of tits left tie. t'e bceleve thuatso-c ose t'Uivcrsity, 'Trintity, Aitciecot, Wit-
Wioconicoit has tics reiputaction of hlly- to ils loyal efforts not only'mch of launs, Dartituotutc, Mtros-c, Unchon.,RHt-
1img the fairest, cleaniet game inthtile i skill of our teamc, bitalio a great(' gers, Sovarteitiore andtihie ovestern coli-
'set.We'saci'unfortunticc his itea-r, uhual of lice enthicuasmmandiiUniversity leges. The object of tlic ae mucocuct is
bcut soill tin better, I tunic,ainothcem'stirit of lice studemnt body mud of the to do atwvay owithunmfair ami daniugerouus
yeacr. So far as- thin University of high tone wshich has cliaracterizeti thes trials, anti to arrange- scii a icroccuhti
Wisconsin atud Michigan Universityplcay of our umen thuis year. as will emubrace all clmusses of citierss
are concerned, Michigan has twice the Hoovever, unpreem~ious tis express- amntg time college cyclists.
tiumuber of students 4hat os- have. lion of our thankss may be, we ore The Homeop. Trouble.
'fhen, again, it has but one sport call- sore that it will be appreciated. The.
lug for its best and strongest men, night before time Thanksgiving gothi, Thus petition for a mandamus to comu-
that of football, whiile we have two. Mc:Cauley -told us that lice left lteCut- pte the remuovat of lice homeottmii
football and rowvig. Fiewv Hen swho v ereity wsith, deepest regret, thuat lie debatuient to Detroit was withdrawn-m
take part in one go lin the othuer, had coins to like not. only the institu- yesterday imorninug. This does, not enld
-stit1ch practically, gives Michigan four flion, ht had formced manyovarin lime trouble,_ how vev, as lime petitin,
tlutes as many mien to _pick from :as .friendahites among the students; and will be presented to the court .again as
swe hcave. Stilt for all that the tini- that he believed if he so-re to lake soon as the attorney's agree upon cer-
vOersity of Wisconsin canc, I. blnk, any formal leave . of the team, hie. tanhut facts which it is necessary- to
turn out a swinning team. shmoulmi break down. Let ue show our show in the petition.-
"It would be mcuch better, In my (Continued on third page.) 1 Advertise in the Daily.

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