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THE U. OF M. DAILY

211 ~ n i HARVARD-YALE DIFFICULTIES.
~A ~!t~'' I'~' * Prof. Albert Bushnell, of Harvard,
Presents a Few Remarks.
Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, at Pof. Albert Bushnell Hat, of 11crT-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIAN. yatrd 'college, after reviewig tile
Oric: Times building N. Mdais t., opposite causes which led is the athletic seair
post oace. ation of ttarvird and. Yle, in the
EDITORS. crrent Tfarvard Grduate's ~apt-
J. A. LERo, '6, Maaging Editr. niiie.sMtes that college ailletics have
G. R. SIM, '5, Asistant. tleady been grealy leneitted by lthe
. D. CAnY, G. L, Assistant.
J. F. TusxAs, '7, Asistant. disruption beeen the two univer-
S. E. KsArre, '5, Athletic Editor. ;iies. tro. Brt ays:
L. C. WALKan,'0. Bsiness Manager. hv ententrslso
R. C. FAUioS, '9, Assistan. "hthv ententrslso
Associate Editors. Harvard's present policy? The live-
L. A. Pratt,'i. A. K. Petrie 's. lest football seson siiie 1}9; our
C. A. lHoughton, '05 D. G. M. ieat, 'iP.
Katherine eed, '7. 1. 1B. Gammn,'98 M. interesting greit games wih Coru~l,
B. B. Setiseany,'99. R. aR.tReily 155. Princeton, iidgln nit Peusyl
R. C. uc, '55 M. Susannah lci'dson,'55vnl;Ilnt fiinrclltso rs
F. A. Miner, 'Nit1. E. L. Geismer,'90 L. Vut lnyo.mio otss rs
W. W. iHughes, 'n. class and scrub game. il the other
hiaidt relief froi tie extreme excite.
The price o the aily will remaisn as here-
totore, S.5 a year, invarialy in advace, nient aiii biter rivalry of last yeir'
nowitistanding the fact that pbiction YaleHarvard game; fredomi froii
will he continued until Commenceenent.
the wear aid tearyf intercollegite
Itt has beeii some time since the ld dilomacy; escae from aily idett of
boisterous clemient that aticxls conu- ecuiearn et ihayoy
cer'ts and enirtaininets here has accetance of the policy of giving to
imaie itself particlhrly oboxious, aygreat institutiot thetadvantagi
and there seemed to be grouiidlfor o tems aoe ain lue
hioping that that in of thing had bais for a resumption. of sors with
giadiually wonty itself out. After the our aciint rival; 'the conviction in the
udenonstations lt Saturday Blight's public minidi that Htrvtrd is bin arlest
conet in (lie S. L. A. coumrse, its ,- i er ttiimptit to miake ahietlcs a
ever, this hope munst be udontloned. sot tiid inot a purstii"
tt would seeiiitunt there is stilt a College Registration.
large eleiieit auillg us who regaacd 'Tie Brown Herald gives tin folow-
public entertliinncis of this kind as ing~ registration of soie of tie leat-
occasions expresslyidesigned for at- ig colleges:
tmratting attentionit to ihemseves or "This list of statistics of the v'ios
who are fearful lest they sholds not freshmanila isss is ofiniiterest thosgh
"get their mloney's worth." Applause nt an absolutely safe mais of cisiii
and enthiusiasum are what mae iusi- prsn ssm fseGne eie
elans glad to appieic befie colsege sent the enteing, clss of tietiser-
aitdience, but liiisriliiinate aptplausestywieoits iltly ieailm
is stt colnipliiielli-ary ~o anly performn-a'teiiccu.
cc. sirileiliri'suc 110.? mdvi- "Boston tniversily ritorts a frisi-
duals would do weill to bear iiiminidmaclsof5;Bw inf0;rwn
that thlere aie others in the audsience 47; Colgate, 55; tornell. oser 500;
as well as themoeb-es, hose tastes Dartmouth, 101; Samilton 5t; lar-
are entitled to cosiderion . yard (noellic, 44; Lafaette, 85;
Harvard Gives It Bank. U'iiverity of ennsylvania, 900 (wicli
-doubtless includes several eteiart-
Harvard has returned to West Poimt ments); tRochesie, P; tutgers, -8;
42,50 which the West toint football Uio, S; Vermont, 10; Geleyn,
muanagement gave them s a guarantee 100; Williamms, 135; Yale (acdanic).
when she played West Joint this fall. 362. Tlihe freshiolsn class, at Bctssvi
'1he West Point eleveii is nat allowed shows a remarkable increase, and is
to play outside their own grounds and larger tainHarvard classes of fifteen
charges no adiisioii to aiiy of their y-ear ago. The lists of total regite-
guinestey have no source of revenue ion give: Boston University, 30;
only as the generous pesple avrd Chicalgo, 1,57; Clumba, about 2,000;
them subscriptions. It is owing to Dartimouth, 30; Harvard (acdeni),
this fact that Harvard refunded the 1,7,8; Univerity of Illinois, 1000;
mroney. Johns ttopkins, about 3,000; College
Johni D. tRokefeller, j., has been of the City of New York, 733; P11i-
elected mianger of the Brown foo- versity of Texas, 22; Tiltst, 81.
bll team for 1396t. WANTED.
Cornell has mnade a donation of 300 Three students with soue experience
-olonies to thle libary of the Univer- in newsvpapr work as reporters. Posi-
sity of Ytirgini whose library was des- tion tempiobrar. Workers only. Ad-
dress stating experience. I. C. D.,
txosyed by the late fire. U. of M. Daily.
C. A. onen, 'l2, and at graduate of
Boson heoogial chol,"95 wa sueFor ofent-Plmonan istairt, well furnished
Bostn Thologcal choo, 1), nts sute o roos ton lus oor. One block
mnasried in September to M1iss Mar-c from campus, 10 E. Washington t.
E. Chopin, Wellesley College, 9,a"d '$2506(7
is now preacehing at Revere (Boston), Wanted-A steward at 19 N. Uni-
Mass. verity ave. 6l1

i

ESPECIALLY FOil STUDENTS.
My special request of a reut iay
of otr frieiids, the Aun Arbor SRal-
roast swilccrun a specil tain his Tleo,
leaving here at 3 o'clock standard tmee
Thursday, Dec. 1td. This train will
mamke connetion at Miln wtlthm the
Waba-sh goinig est at 4:40 p. i. ansi
at Tolesdoiitht the followivng ailoacs:
Pennsylvania Co., 0i p. n.; Ohio Cen-
tral Lines, :20 ip.la.; tHokiiig Valley,
:23 p. mi.; C..1. &D. :10 and 11:0:
Chsver hea, :11) p. m.; Wabash, 5:211
p. mi.; Lake Shisre, est, 4:31) p. m1.
tLake Shore, west, 7:43 p. m.; Wheelimg
& tLake Erie, 7:43 p. in. Baggage
checked through to destination. Come
eaarly to avoid the r'ush.
R. S. GREENWOODT, Agent.
THE HOLIDAYS AT GRANGER'S.
Classes no not meet at Grnger's
Acltdi'hn iurig the ioiays. Those
wishing to joinh ie lsses 11ow5 ceni
do so finishing the terni in macel.
'fhle annuahll holiday paty nill take
liwe De. 27, the IFriday betws-en
('hiristmals hull Ness Year's Day. St-
teits andsi friends aei'enited tis at-
tend. 33
NO TICE.
Studeiits rl'i'iuhing oser during sata-
tion art' insitest to attend the Moissustay
eis-inmg aties at the Uliverity
Schlool of Dancing.
NOTICE.
A supplementary examinslationi in
Puhyii's tot' tieeiimoal of etrtintcs'
conditions will be held oii trisay,
Dec. 20, at 4 p. ii.
H. S. CARHAR.T.
GRIADUATE CLUB
The Graduate Cisub will meet it the
residence of President Angel, 'Tues-
day, Dec. 17, 189, 7:30 p. in. Prof.
Spalding nill read a paer upon "Ex-
perimental Evolution of Plants."
g NOTtCE.
The Castalitt il vil offer eiher a
cash prise of not less than ten dollars
or a series of boos of equal vaue
for the best poem submitted oii or
before Jamiary 15. Poems pertaining
to college life preferred.
Student menters of the Political
Science Association cama gcite pb-
licatisons as they comae out by calimng
at room 11, Tappan Hall, at 11 a. m.
on any dlay except Saturday. Five
nunmbers are nosy out and a sixth, de-
voted ts city government, is prining.
Mlembership, nhiich includes the pub-
ications, is open o all sudents t $1
a year.
CHARLES H. COGIRY,
Treasurer.
THE OHIO CEN''l:AL MItLEAGE
tf you travel on' thoussnt miles
itrihg tie year youm wsill savie motiy
by pcrchasinsg a thousandst mile tiket.
The best in the market are those is-
suest by agents of Ohio Cenrith Lints.
They mre good over all the ieprtat
systeums including the entire B-. & .
system west of Pittsburg, he Big
Four, etc. See agents of Ohio Central
Linen before purchasing. Price $20;
good one, year.
NOTHING LKE IT! THE OHIO
CENTitAL MILEAGE TICKET.
Covers more mileage than any ticket
in the market, The only ook good
on entire B. & . system west of
Pittsburgh. Iti also includes the Big
4 system. Get it and ha-e an ever
ready ticket over all important lines
Price $20.00; good one year, Apply
to Ohio Central Agents, or address
Moult~n IHouk, G. P. A., Toledo, .

Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
-- WRITING TABLETS
which can e closed out as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 59~
GO00 RULED TABLETS, 100 PP 3 FOR IO09
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - 8
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 159~
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stock siill not be replaced.
Cone quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
Grzand Oper.a House.
THDNRSDAY, AND BD[C18ANIflo
Special SMatinee Thrsday, 4 pi.
Special Engagement tof
MRS, GEN, TOM THUMB
andi her AMERICAN LILIPUTIANS with
astronmg speeilaiy compnspy, conmprisimng
Mrs. Gee, TomThsntb,Coutt hari,
B~arons Magr, SMmse. 'deon, Olites oari,
Wo'rthidMaoi lrsal, tirtrees isFreres
Biros,, biss Jenie Quiley, Ha~dey and
liar.
Night Prices-15c, 25, 35c and 50c.
Natinee Prices-h5c and 25c.
At W. S. PARKER'S
Candy* Store
We wilcome a11. We al every efftrt
so ecipse tie quaity of our candies
ech adv. Every eifort means succes
to s.
Fresh Goods and Low Prices
is sr motto. A trial of our Candies
wihl convince the most critical.
W. S. PARKER,
Cor. S. State sod N. University ave.
RENTSCHLER,
PH3:OTOCP..&WH3:EP.
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
STUDENTS T
If you want food rliable life insrnetcak
on Fred TScomber, oface No 1, .
Fourth aea
STU DENTS.
Take yar Kodak Work to
BIRRYMAN, THE PHOIPIRAPHRR1
Satisfaction ,guaranteed . iurn St._
A BOX OF
Ca~kisIchocolates
wll sweten tho smile
of the sweetest girl.
Try it for Chrstmas
and you will be sr-
prised. 30c, $0lc,
$1. 20, $3.00.
CALKINS' PHARMACY.

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