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November 05, 1892 - Image 1

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VOL. III.---No. <>u.



Theofoheors for this seme ster are: THE GAME THIS AFTERNOON.
A ROPE OU OCET , .L eber, president; T s.it-___
____ tll icepreidot 1 1 sylrAll Signs Point to a (;ooa Game.
How the Men Wili Line Up.- 0V"&U.
IS That of the Engineers of the tieasurir; A. 'Sa-ser Secretary; Condition of the Players, QT
T.ii. blitvlisraiaiini. tIsg '
U" of M. . litIsisa iht The rAtbioin teaii is quite hopeful , lIP0 o0~$
Orne ot the Best Organizations in ?ratioii th'Ti.Iechnic. I Iis contis [iiiiiiRiiii5 0MICtiits ut l -"'
the University - When Founded onie hnrd -n wntpages ant 1' :.oi L ticasi sil iti s X11) i itiffereint '_.."
and by Wim--its His tory Solo-i 1ssa ircui lationsit abiuit .iftteeon Ot'game thus the k'iooupe"oplteu'- -
ces, Methods and Designs-.
New and Uomtortabiii Quarter.,; ti:hunred copies. IhIsei ttoirs for etier Althoigsii iousli ity- ciipled cit
Techn in end its Editors -010-
cers tor this Yea.alast55ear5wri. M\esrs.I.L 110 by the otostsssifse sit tieitest Olen
1.. I slier .S-see, asit . I .the supporters o foi(5thbill 1her0 now
Ttsios tissho are niot aqini sstd '.icii thte grade of Ilitsraryi snithhve a'i rst r]lais toais yet oneo that
'siltithe tisiversity sit itictisns praistscitexoollrnce oif the magaziine still iniproveo mucsiobstenos w5t
iften remoark osisthe simiallinumbieristve ry high Iandsrit oisiciting wsitti ano TIhansksgiving. I lesnin,-es tt'ho
of stuidents reachierdby' the fete lit-I meiiterd supphosrt. hishoen laid ilspsiocethIt wtesterns ~ m ittartsrriosa ~
crary societies here, and on this t he socity seems equalty sucocess- trip by a lame elbow, was out yes- of$2. 4 r15 Sses at hit tell$ a pair less thaii
grounid make unfavorable comparii I fit in whatevei direetiois it turns. torday and played an excellent aneAs rso piss, eslfor anligu t
son stll other institutions. Tistvas evinced last yoar in its at guard. Jefferis Isas been 001 and
If one tsill count up thse number annual banrquet held at theo tidies' is p1laying Iis usnal strongegaea
of organizations wte haveswhichs library. Toasts stere respondert to 'This year he is playig 0iuard. C. 101. 183-185 ttoiisssim Ave..
save all the advantages of literary hy prominent membherh of the facuilty '. Griffin, who is plaiying center, DETROIT, - - MICHtIGAN.
siocieties, wtiths the addition Il-at Ithe and a thoroughly good tinsesvas has lots of strength hut is a little
stork ts centralizedt about specialties, enjoyed hy those privileged to he light for center, only steighing 178 q lQhmonGI Straight Qat.
tie still see that wte are fisly atile to present. pounnds. NO IG R TTS
sandltthe complarison. TIhe opening meeting this year, tPearsoin is hack aitIsis olt ptacCitIeGAR lEsTESs
Amosrng thss organizatiosis, onse addoresserl hy Prof. Davis, tos at- on thse line. Thlis fact alone is t+ rilling toinay a litle
if tile striongest is the Enginseering teaihed hy a large nusmber and everyi- enough 1to gite every one niore con- chiolargdrtheiiliiitieniiriiaor
sisricty, wtiichi sats organizeer in thling indicastes a very pros ieroiis tbne Atekag oly tiede Cigfsettes, w5itlfini
a835.,Aiiong its originsal mnsibers year. jilayed agaisist Northsvesteriinitonder s artheichondiilStraight
tron- t f b Cuaeistevnst Nassist dilaloly lare defrthel igt-~a
'v ere Po.Ituissey, ow sf eland . The fietlthichs the sioiety - I-the nmeofttray'Ile hailnt ve hullosleaelyrai 5irgiia'105hihst lisa l
Stanfoird, jr, university-, arid set- Iles it groswing rapidly. last year hard a foothall suit on tiefore this ani Osstlrasil Ill' by~Slio lit Ct Car 7tial,
ora1 other msn lprom-sinenit iii eng <ils there were nearly three husndred year, y'et hue psutusip a strosng game. ilewar. tifmnitations,, anid abserve that the
eering lines. For svea 'er testuldents taking eniginseerinig cussihecke and Wuoodwvorthi will lay off fThe AL erl&eaITERliaCh.
orgarnizcation did gooil sork, hu ost 01nd the addition of the newv building for repairs tonsorrow, so as to lie in mantufactarera, - - Rtichm,aai Virginia.
until '8-7wsa it post on a sure basis. to the already excellent facilities good shape for the Cornell ganse ' ~ ~
Since then its growth has been rapid, will no doubt greatly increase this next Tuesday, at Ithaca. 'nipper's " I 3
until nosw there are nearly' a hun-" number. We are so accustomtneio5 broken leg is gettinig along pretty
rired members. A small annual think of these courses as only a part well hilt he will play nso n-ore this T'I' S SPACE BELAONGS To
fee is roequired to defray expenses,, of thme literary departmueit that ste year. Grosh is out on the field RHOEM4 & SON, DETROIT.
tint nothing compared to the advatnt- rdo not realize their extent. every dlay helping Barbour coach
ages sthicih are assured Isynmeniber-I""+ the leamn. Jewett is in fairly good TIiEIR ADVERT IS E NME N T
ship. LEHIGH NEXT SATURDAY. shape anud may be relied on to put WILL APPEAR IN A FEW
Mecetiligs are held every Irisil it up a strong runninie game tomorrost. DAYS.
evening in Prof. Denison's rooms.:t The Arrangements are Nearly Several of the otlier msen are slightly
sihich practical subjects are treatvul. Completed for the Toiedo ijrdbtntseiusyih
Trioijrdputntsrosl. 'it.

.Reports of ti-e trips of parties ansso
the suniner stork of students in all
tarts of the country' give excellenit
op~porturnities for a broad survey- of
esginecri ng subjects and stork.
fOne oil the chief uii'culties isas
bseen the lack of room, but the coms-
tiletion of the nest civil engineering
tuiiding provides a large, conmfort-
able roomu on the ground floor,
swhich is used as a library and read-
ing room. In this are foonila large
nsun-ser of periodicals, including the
Scientific American, American
Mechanist, Electrical Engineer,
Engineering News and the other
leading journals devoted to this

Arraingemntis are nearly coni-
pletedl for the gail-estithLi el-igh
niext Saturday, at Toleodo. It still
be played is-sOly-npic :Park. Special
train still leave Ann Arbor at io a.
n-. local time, returning, lease To-
ledo at muidnighit. If a large nuns-
her take the trp an early train still
he furnished from Toledo. 'The
fare for the round trip, including
admission to game, will he $I.a5.
Miss Elsa Liebig will sing Luther's
famous hymn, "in~ Feste Burg,"
at the Luther service tomorrosw
evening at the Baptist church,

prsactice for the last twrosday's has
beers very encouraging.
The game wtill be called at 2:"0.
'T'his being the first goodi ganse at
hlome everyone should see it. Our
men are determtined to keep Albion
front scoring. The mien still line up
as followus: 1. end, i'owers or Beard;
1. tackle, Pearson; 1. guard, jefferis;
center, C. Tr. Griffin; r. guard,
Thomas or Henninger; r. tackle, WV.
WV. Griffin; r. end, Hayes; qluarter,
Sanderson; 1. half, Leonard; r. half,
Jewett; full hack, Dygert.
Recitations in Blackstone have
been suspended until Thursday.

55 W._FORf T S'2.,
Detroit, Michigan.

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