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RIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1895. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS..

Voi.. VI. No. 55.
ONE GUITAR
Is enough for one person to
play on at one time. One
guitar is not enough, how-
ever, to supply 3,000 stu-
dents. That's why we have
constantly in stock several
dozens of guitars of various
makes and prices.
BETTER LOOK AT OUR
U. OF M. GUITAR.
It's good as its name.
THE AN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
S. MAIN ST.
Sheehan's
You can find the largest and most
complete stock of
SNEATIDS AND~il
* YMNAsIVM SUIlS
in the city. We make them to
order, in any color, design or
style desired.
Agents for the celebrated
GEO. S. PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN,
Engraved visiting cardswe sup-
ply in five days.
SHEEHAN & CO..
30 S. STATE STREET.
THE LEADING TAILOR
AND IMPORTER.
The latest and most Fashionable
Foreign Fabrics for Men's Wear.
The Largest Stock in the City.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
W ILID.
AT WAHR'S
Special sale this week,
Illustrated
GIFT -KBOOKS,
Standard and Miscellaneous Books,
Calenders and Diaries for 1896.
Juvenile and Toy Books,
Teacher's Bibles. Largest
stock in the city, 1,000 popu-
lar books at 25 cents each.
WAHR-S
UP Town, Down Town,
University Bookstore, Opposite eourtHouse
205S. State St. 4 N. Main St.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGkN, F

i E

OUR FOOTBALL CAPTAIN.
HENRY M. SENTER ELECTED TO
THAT POSITION.
The Meeting Last Night-Speeches
by the New and Old Captains-A
California Trip-Senter's Record.
The members of the 'Varsity football
team met in Room 9, University Hall.
last evening at 7 p. in. for the purpose
of electing a captain.
The meeting was called to order by
Manager Baird, aind Henry M. Senter,
commonly known as "Mort," was
unanimously elected captain. In a
short speech lie told the team how he
started out to play football without
any idea of even making the team,
much less being elected captain.
Ex-Captain Henninger was then
called upon for a speech, in which he
thanked the members of the team for
their hearty support during the past
season. He was followed by Manager
Baird, who said thalt lie had a surprise

of being by far the best end the West
had yet produced, and his record this
year is too fresh in the memories of us
all to need repetition.
BASEBALL AT CHICAGO:
They Mean Business-The. Plans
for Practice.
The University of Chicago is already
booming baseball, practice in the win-
ier quarters will begin inl a short. tinie.
Bulletins calling out all candidntes for
the teams have already been losted.
An innovation in selecting players is
to be introduced by the managenent
this year. Practice will be conducted
in two sections. All those who apply
for admission to these sections will be
given a test. Those who show a
knowledge of the game or good possi-
bilities will be allowed to enter for
practice and all others will be drop-
ped. It is hoped by this plan to ob-
viate work with a lot of useless mater-
ial. Practice will be given as usual

in store for the nien, that today he had in picking ip grounders, running and
received a telegram from Leland Stan- sliding bases, etc. In addition to this,
ford University asking if Michigan considerable attention will be devoted

could make a western trip during the
Chrlistmas vacatioi and play three
ganmes on the Pacific coast. The mat-
ter will be laid before the Board of
Control and if the necessary airange-
ments cain be made the trip will un-
doubtedly be taken, as all the team ex-
pressed themselves as willing to go.

On motion of Mr. Shields a

vote ofl

coifidence and thanks was extended
to both Capt. Henninger and Manager
Bairl for their services during the
past season.
Cabs, 'Varsity jerseys and the Re-
serves' sweaters will be here in a few
days, and the 'Varsity picture will be
taken today at 1 p. n.
Those present last night were
Messrs. Carr, Hall, Henninger, Villa,
Seater, Farnum, Greenleaf, Richards,
:Morley, Shields, Hollister, Ferbert,
Johnson, Dicken, Wombacher, Gates
and Baird.
Henry M. Senter comes to the Uni-
versity froniHoughiton, ach., and
was formerly in the literary depart-
ment, but is now a sophomore medical
student. He used to play on his class
eleven, but never tried for the 'Var-
sity until, 1893, when lie became a
candidate for tackle. He- did excel-
leit work, but was much lighter than
the other men trying for the place.

to body-building. This is one of
Stagg 'sideas.
Of the old men, Clarke,
Nichols, Brown, Abells, Adkinson,
Winston and Pike are back. There is
con-iderable new material. Among
the new men are Jackson, from the U.
sf P., and Kennedy, from Lake Forest.
Chicago is anxious to go East next
sprin and if arrangements can be
itaile Yale and Harvard will be
pilayed.
THE BIBLE INSTITUTE.
First Session at McMillan Hal
Tonight.
The Bible Institute of the University
Young tMen's Cliristian Association be-
gins this evening at 8 o'clock at ale-
ahillan Hall. Prof. White, who con-
ducts it, is connected with the moody
Bible Institute, of Chicago, and this
fall has had charge of the Bible work
at several of the state conventions,
and has also hadl charge of several col-
legiate Bible Institutes. These Bible
address's are for both men and
wvomen.
At Harris Hall.
The ladies of St. Andrew's church
will hold a festival of holidays at Har-
rit Hall, beginning Friday, Dec. 6, and
continuing Saturday, Monday, anid

INTER-SOCIETY DEBATE.
ALL IS READY FOR IT-THE LAST
PRELIMINARY.
At the Webster Society Last Night
- The Successful Contestants -
Who Will Battle for Farther
Honors-Final Debate.
The last of the preliminaries for the
Chicago debate 'sas held last night by
the Jeffersonian Society, and resited
in the choosing of Air. Ewing and Mr.
Block as that society's representatives
in the inter- society debate. The do.
bate was equal to the other society
contests and the two men chosen are
strong and experienced debaters, Mr.
Block having been on the inter-society
debate last year. The judges were
Professors Mechem, Bogle and IAughes
ata in this as in other contests in
which these professors of the law fac-
ulty have acted as judges their rank-
ings have agreed with each other al-
most to the last man.
Now that all the preliminaries are
over it is of interest to note who will
participate in the inter-society debate.
As all the societies have debated the
same question, the graduated property
tax, the side that the winners had
inay also be noted. The first contest,
held by the Alpha Nn Society, resulted
in the choosing of Mr. H1. Geismier and
air. Carmody, one on eai side of the
question; then the Adephi next in or-
der seleoted Mr. Lathers of the afirm-
ative side and Mr. tlirrison of the
negative. The successful men in the
Webster preliminary were Air. Vert
and Air. Allbright, both of the nega-
tive side. In the contest last iight the
winnters were on opposite sides of the
question.
The inter-society debate will be the
next step in our preparaition for the
contest with Chicago. The date of
this has not been deinitely fixed, but
it will undoubtedly be held before the
Christmas holidays. By holding it
thus early, the Lsuccessful debaters
will le given more time to prepare for
the final debate.
.'he prospects for a close stiruggle
among the societies at the inter-society
contest have never been better. Under
the plan by which representatives are
chosen at present, each society selects
its best men and those chosen go in
with a determination to win. A glance
at the list of successful contestants
above will bear out this stiatement.
The Oratorical Society has offered to
give $50 for prizes to those who are
successful in the inter-society contest
if the societies will relinquishi control
of the debate and the societies now
have the matter under consideration.
(Continued on Second Page)

mis chance frst came in, the ruraue .. .
game of 1893, when a substitute end Tuesday. A Thanksgiving hunch wiii
was suddenly needed and Seater wag be served each day at G p. m.
put in, though absolutely new to the Choral Union Rehearsal.
position. He played his place as if by A
lostinct, and from that day to this
Union will be held at the School of
there has been no. chance to question
Music this evening at " o'clock.
his right to the position. His playing t
last year won for him the reputation Advertise in the Daily.

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