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October 23, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-23

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THE U. OF M. DAILY

Published Dily (Sndy excepted) during
the Collet year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Grirso: Times tuildting N. Main st., opposite
post office.
EDITORS.
J. A. LsRoy, '9, IMaaging Editor.
G. B. HIAnsaso, 'oi L, Assistat.
G. I. Siats, '5., Assistat.
C. D. CAP, G. L, Assistat.
S. E. KsAssn, '9, Athletic Editor.
L. C. WAran, '9. Busess Managr.
. C. FAULODS, '99 , Asistnt.
Associate Editors.
L. A. Pratt, '6. A. K. l'trie, '8.
C. A. Houghto, '1161D. G. M. ieath, 'il P.
Katherine Reed, '97. 11:. B. Gammon,00 l.
.. F. Thosas, '7. W.W. itschs,'9.
B. B. Mtheasy, '9. R. R. Reily, '0.
It. C. Buc, '90 IM.
Commuitiosregardng foreign ader-
tising should be addressed to . B. Htarrison.
All busisess coneted with the local sub-
scription list of this paper is is charge of P.
C, Meyer, 46 E. William st. All other business
matters are under the immediate direction
of the business manager.
The price of the Daily will remain as here-
tot ore, $2.50 a. year, invariably in advance,
notwihstandisg the faci that publication
will b e continued until Commecemet.
Hdere is illseditorial opinion froms
yeterday's ('hicago Timises-Hesald:
The football sasoii ias oeled ros-
lptiotlly iindiwith It iiiichismaller
nunber of acidenslothanmnarked lts
early piogress last yer. Th'ie coi-
paratie' cleanilliessofitegiflit111y
be attributed ill past01to a petty wide
acceptanlce of the PricetonYale rles,
which prescribe talt there slash be
sven ii iieo in fth'le huertieii eball
i naSifped back, but weQ believe it is
duo in much greater degee to the
better distositoin of lilt players. They
hav~ herd fromiitie public iid the
facsslties lave heard from parents,
withs good reols.
All the oppositioii of nervous editors
wvilnt desroy fooball; btt tie gismfe
has in it the posibiliy of destroying
itself. Itosld be a slame if it
should disapper, for at its best it is
a slenditd trial of stregth of thew ,i(t]
fleeness of foot, couage ad civity,
besites being a spectacle talt all the
healthy worldt rejoices in.
There wiii be ni in ~e contet tils
yeao. Halrvard will ply trincetoi for
tlit first tmull Man511y19 years. Penn
sylvaiia wii il lybohi Harvard oand
Princetont andl probbly defeat them
both. Yale and Princeton ilXii meet
thie Saturday before Thanksgiving.
The wet is developing some mighy
teams. The defeat of Chicago U'iiver
sity by Nortlvstrn was unexpected,
but itwiii not detract froii a very 05>f
eral. interest i tie struggle for -su-
prmcylQ between Cicialgo, Notw~est-
ern, Wisconsin 01101 iinesota. Tie
Chieago Athletic Associatioi's team is
makinsg ieieadw~ay. It wil try its
streisgtagaint the eaterin teams this
nientb anid returnisto Iis city t10 ililet,
onlTianksgiving Day, it od rival, the
Boston Atiletic Associatio.
Foothullis tie national fed sport.
In oevey corner of she an sturdy
youts are arae on te gldironi

ield. It is a fine glimei and it Xiii live
dlown all oppoiions if it renains clean,
fair, nanly and "uniprofessioall." It
should be emnelbered, though, that it
ic a gmeil for strong, young prsosii
tlie best condition. and is dangerouss
tbusiss. for suntiund1m1n.
At St'sbltt s of course-Artists poof
etchings framed for $1.25. 24
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o
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This snine boot. lan athleic symposium
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pensy and collee trum-cisptatus. Harrard,
Yale, and other iadng colleges are rpr-
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cricket, hrdling and trach athletics, yacht-
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Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
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which can be ciosed out as
foiiows:
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WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stock wili not be replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.

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