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VOL. VI. No. 18.'' UNB 'E RSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1895. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

J !/' tp'RULES TO BE OBSERED.
ONE GUITAR REGULATIONS THE BOARD OF
Is enough for one person to COT LHAE DPE.
play on at one time. One By-Laws Which Govern Our Ath-
guitar is not enough, how letic Captains. Coaches and All
ever, to supply 3,000 stu- If Those Who Particate in Field
S dents. Thats why we haveI Sports.
constalntly in stock several
dozens of guitars of various pN The board of control at it last meet-
makes and prices. i1 inc requested, the Daily to publish the
BETTER LOOK AT 'OUR I~foloin,, raes whih were adopted
' U. F M.GUITA.3de. i'159:
tl .OFM GIAR That there be and is hereby
Np It's good as its name iei 1atUniversit Board for the(
THEAN ARBOR ORGAN CO I (reulaton of Athletic sports us the
ANN MAIN ST IUnvesity of MEihigan.
S tt That this Board shalt have full
control of all questions pertaining to
S S ! athletics D N S 1 subject to such regulations as
IF OU ANTtie Senate may hereafter prescrie.
_ III. That tils Board sall conist
B arg insof nine uelbers, live of whom siall
te chosen from ttie niversity Seate
11.- m : nd four by thre Board of Directors of
the Athletic Association of tie Iliver
B ook sity (f ichigan.
11V. fat the senate mlemb~lers of
CALL AT THE this Bordisall be aplotited by the
STUDENTS'_BOOKSTORE President of the Uiversity, tosee
uni tr et annual10 meeting of tie
F8Law and Medical Book, Greek Senle0r until teir sucesor 01:1
Latiti. Mathematical and all Col- be cose. At the next annua: lee-
loge Text Books at reduced rates in,-. the SenatellmembeIrs(f tie Balld
to students. Drawlng Instrumaents shall be cehosel s the Sente may0
and Engineers' Supplies. (ire.
WE SELL. THE BEST AND V.' T11e. Board shlml elect its 001'r
CHEAPEST FOUNTAIN PEN
MADE.,ctairllall 511(1se~retary.
VI. In case liny stiet violates a
SHIBB'iA-N & CO., rule or orer of tils Board be sall
STATE STREEST. be sub1j('c'ldto, discipline by te l":c-
TXTTTA h -_ ulty (f 1he"depatintllt tto wich 110
MMIIJ..v'J.J, belogs.
'THE LEADING TAILOR VI. Ti er hl rsn
AND IMPORTER. in of te Sente.
The ltest and most Fashionable VIII. Itegular meetigs sall be
Foreign Fatbrics for Men's Wear. held on 11:e first o1I(11y of each1
The Largest Stock in the City. mon0th at half past seven o'clock, ill
f1:e Dea's office ill the 1:w ouilding.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN Spcia:l Ime'tig ma~y be 11e1( at any
VYl IL. D time at te call of te chlaimani.
IX. A majority vote sall11 (eiehatll
WE HAV[ WHT YOU WANTIuestons. Six luelber of tine Board
We can meet your needs in the X Subtolailittees may0 be apoit-
way of tet-books, supplies, et, noe
matter what your clansS or depart- edI,, deemedlctlIeslsay iby the Boa~rd.
ment,at either of our stores, and we X. As to 'ligibility of papers:
have the right kind at the right
price. Bring around a list of your 1. No person shall1 ply on any at-
wants; a trial purchase is the best etic 10011 or copelt ilany atileti
indicator as to where yon should
trade all the year. contest wo is 1101 a regular mlebler
We buy, sell and exchange second- of th10 University in gooi standig.
hand books in large quantities, and
can otter you special bargains in ' No prs1on o probation siall be
this line. We are sole agents for permitted to ply 011 any atleic team~
the celebrated Waterman fountain
pen-everyone guaranteed. You'll or comipete in aly atletic cooest o
also find the best Uiversity Station- tie L'liverorit.
ery, Note Books, Drafting Supplies,
Sweaters, etc., at special rates at 3. No person ha~ving anly coditon
1 H a ' S psll Ie lloo'dto pla on any atl-
..t-~.. r-i. c team of lthe University witout
Up Towcn, IownsTas, {{ spcipermliss15in of tils oadl.
Univel.ityBosttore, Oppeite C'orthIose (1Noprsnillh ~rac jyshl
155 .t'te St 4 N. Main I Op0St.t1 ~lesly511

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be plaid, or receive any money comn-
plensation. whatsoever, for pllaying onl
aily aitlletic team~l of the University.
5. Ratification of the list of players
on any athlletic team~l, ald Ipermision
for any athlletic team to leave townI
mu1(st be0 obtainetd from tile Board.,
0'. Cap~talins of any athlletic team linl
ithe University shll be res'pollsible to
thits Boalrd for an~y violaltionso of thlese'
XII. No m~atchl gamles of any kinld
shall1 be pllayedi 01nlaly dalys othler thtan
holidays withlout the permlission of tis
Board.
XIII. Th~eIhiring of all coacllers anld
trainers must1 be approved by th~is
Board.
YIV'. Any qutestioln as to phbysical
ablility of players 511011 be decided by
this Boalrdi.
XXV. All schledu~les, of gasnes shl~l b1)
ap~provedl by tis Board. 'fis (rulle'ap1-
p~lie's to all ('lass teams1itent'ldinlg to
laly withl lany teamls fromlioultsitde of
Ann. Arbor.
Scrubs Outplay the 'Varsity.
Several of tile 'Varuity 111ef were
llidt nityesterdaly, 011(1the scru1bs iatd
little trou~ble' in ma~king galins as well
a1su in oltdinlgitleir 11oponents tlaci.

1,

'Varsit. Resere's.
Haller.1 .1. It .......Rikes
Hlooper. I1. ...g.....1. Johnson
Carl1r......c......Denby
ttHennlinger .. . g. ....Hall
Y ont..... . t...C. Johnson
Rtichalrdls- .. . 1. b t..orley
FeNrbert. . iiA. h ....1ernoni
1Dotty . f. b. McKie il'
The scrubs1otla~yedi 1111)'Var1siiy Lt
e'vt'ry point 011(1 their lint' 1110y'wal
ex('e'ptionall. Itall (liltexcelleent work
111 tactkle 111111Mctoenzie' tidl.00oi1e
gl~otI puntilng.I'almller an1d1Dickell (111
0111111' good ltacklinlg axedtiRicharids
layed'tta.:good qularte'r.
i'Today's Game With Adelbert.
1Todaly's gamle with Adelbert will. lbt
Iculle'di prompl~y at12:311 o'clock. Till
lime-up will lbe11s followvs:
Adle'ri Miclligan.
31011n.. . .e.... GrenleOl(af
La........... t....Y . ont
tisiy.... .. Il --enninger
Knllt('..........c ..arr
r .Littlhill ..lo .I. t ...I ..Itillar
tar2"ilg. 1..I ....... Selnter,
ltaylord..t.. . t. it . .....aird
W~ickh~ama(Calpt.) . .0r ....11tII11lns
f i(elaa.. f. b. ..iBoIolillgstonl
Harvard November 9,
Yesterd~aly's Ipretsstdisp~atchles an(-
101110meihas been de'finite'ly sclheduied fol'
Novemuber 2. t11111plin(il c~g ein'';
1 date tot'Novembter 1).

FOR THREE UNVERSITES.
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOL-
LARS FOR PRIZE ESSAY.
To Be Competed for by Jan. 15.
18965-A, Professor. From Each
Universlty to Act as Judges.
P'rof. Ely, of tile University of W is-
Mosil, Ins pulblishedfi 1110following
letter relative to a prize essy fud~
which was annunt~ced last sprig:
"It gives 1111 pleasure to lnnounce
t11a1 D. Lubtn, Esq., of Scerlineto,
('a1., 1101 placed lt m1y tdirsl tie
5(111 of $250 to bet'awasrded ill prizes
for essays. on tile subject of Tie Agri-
cultulral Depression a11d Its itenedies.'
After careful cosieration I have d-
clued to throw open tie copietitioll to
all studtlelts illtile state univ'ersities of
ilicligal1, WiSConsin andd illncsota,
oferinlg three prizes, viz., at first prize
of $1.2, a second pr10ie of $7, and a
tirdl'lprize of $811.
"It is desired thiat till' facts colcer-
in~g tile agricltutral dep'lressioni soldtt
bt' carefully, antI Critically txanllinI'II
and11 preseltdt'lihaut tie cutses of tile
depre'Issionl should b le tdiscussedland
ile remnedies for tile deression souldlt
receive tattention. Am~ong the vlrios
platns which h10100beell advnlcdt for
imp1~rovin~g 1110 lgricutuhtralcodition it
sier Mr. Lubin's proposal ta~t boul-
ties be paid1 0(1tielxlorttiol of sill.
1110 agriculturall Iroulcts 11 is also
sulggestedl-that till relatioll of transpor--
tatlionl to agictlture should receis'
colsidration. Ithtie libraries of e'ac
0110 of theinlstttlin llvi be fonds
propolslI and(his argmnt'ls. It 11101111
te lealy undeilrstoodl tat 011 0(11-
('liy f thlese' 1lan1s1is nt t'quired, but
11h0n it is simp~ly exected tat tey
shotldlibtICfrely dicussedl a11d1theI'c001
citusiotus reachied stted wethethey 113
ibe favorable 11r tnfavorablle.
"Tile folltoinlg gtltellell have del-
seulte'dlt1o1act as jud~ges: nllt'y, r-
fo: sor X~ii:1 1A. Sctt(f till'iUniver-
sily of Nisolsi; irofessor X. W.
F"Ilwell of te4111'lvIrsiy o i31111-
sota, alnd Dr. Charoles I. Cooly, of tie
inuiversity (f Michigln. Te essays,
whiichl it is Idesired, altoulghl111ota-
solte'ly required, sould 110 type-
signedlon 011 bfre t Jan 111. 1531 .
Let It Continue.
A.. "1111cr t1tiIlllist foll'tiell' ft o'tt(f
till'Athltltic Assciatonws ~startd'
ye'sterday :after'noonll amlong tie bu~si-
l~v esnlltliof tie ll'1(51. Shee''ha~n & C.
bealled tilt list NN ioil$2.. It is hoped('(
that(0011y'others ill follolw sisgooi

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