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VOL. 111.-No. il-.

UNIVERSITY OF MICRIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1892.

PRICE-, THRE CENTS.

1NLU~ AS ~ ~~~1 Crozier, McPherran or loekr
INTE -CLAS FOTBAL left guard; Hubb or Harding, cen-
_____ter; \ldriclh, right guard; Neal,
The Struggle Will Commence rigiht tackle; White, right end;
- _-- Lonard, le-ft half; Ilatavia, right

REMENYI'S FIRST VISIT.
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the Students Through the b
Streets. ,'

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. V ~ fAN F J~lh!ILER. :
OIT DER MICH.
- I1
ot 1.15n$4 r iShenat.i50c tii $1 a pair lis ihai
Anti rrh pricesa,sendfii tiitaliinito i
10t. 183-185Sotwiien vF, .,
DETRfOIT, - - MICHIIGAN.
q jQhmonGd Straighf Qlat.
No. I
CIGARETTES.
('cty iga~retteiiSiokerswotPa Yhe%
arewillung tinthy altiy
y chrge fortheoruisit;
-'h'-m traidi'Cigarttres iltlfid
- -- alloshies
-lie icmondi']Straight
ito. t'ignr,'lttsiinnarnlmateirrom the bright-
Csi ms elleetnflavtore nd ohighiet cent
Gld tent uretwn in Virginia Thin is the Old
and5 OrigialiBrndui il' StriiighitC'itt'igairettes,
and aght oit bysiynolltin year 1875.
Beaeoriationsni,iindbsrv'e that the
firm namet as betis every package.
Tihe ALLE~N &tGN'rpitianchi
Ofi the Amii-ican'ruutanta Co.,
anuatuers. - - Rfitchmo,ti Virginia.
TIlS SPACE BELONGS TO
ROEIMN & SON, DETROIT.
THEIR ADV NERT I S E MIE N T
WILL APPEAR IN A. FEW
DAYS.
P.3J. KINNUCAN,
MERCHANT
TAILOR
AND)IMPeORTR OitFi
55 W _ FQtR2tt73TL,
Detroit, Michigan.

hzalf ; MacLaugliitior Snieltter,j
right half; D~y~rt full-back; Cook-
tin, Heath, and Mason, substitutes.
Ninety-four has a goodl teami hut
some of its miembhers hiase heeii iI-
acred. Groschi probably camn it
play unit Topper, swit broken adle
somewhat sweakensfteteams. Calif.
.1 ong is doing good work with flit
eleven. The folloswing tmen are
working for positions: Matrtindale,
left end; Wentwvorth, left tackle;
Afdler, left guard; fling, center;
Senter, right guard; tDemerick,
right tackle; Hayes, right end; Cad-
soell, quarter; Williams, left half;
threw or Shields, right half; Brad-
iteld, full-back; Ricketts and Rosen-
cracs, substitutes.
Nicety-five lines up one of the
bcst class teams on the campus. The
lice casts up with the following
mn: Welch or Lovell, left ecd;
l'literman or Reycolds, left tackle;

rappetd for order. After disposing
of prelinminary niatters, a miotion
made to proceed swith flit election of
officers met with a unanimous affirnm-
alive. Amid the conglonieration
of faction howls of approval and
disapproval, Mr. June «'. Cory as-
cended flit -rostrum to niake the first
nominating speech, placing in cocm-
iniationi the came of IH. E. Naegely,
of Michigan, for president. He
was succeeded by Mr. R.IP. Tunne-
hill nominating Mr. Jas. H~. Croswell,
of Pennsylvania, for the same office.
Mr. J. J. Welch, placed in nomin-
ation Mr. A. G. Mills, of fllinois.
Trhe name of Mr. Wilbur K. Moore
closed the nominations. 'Te ballot
stood: Naegely 97, Crowell 37,
Mills, 58, and Moore 8. The next
ballot resulted: Naegely 88, Crowell
24, Mills 61, Moore 8. The meet-
ing adjourned amid confusion and
tumult.

tainitng nothing for his own services."'
Renienyi, an Hlungarian by birth,
is now 53 years of age. He began
to study nmusic under Bhohm at the
Vienna conservatory. to '48 he
wan active in the Hfungarian revolt,
filed his country and conte to totn-
ton in '54. Franz ILiszt gave him
encouragemntt. tIn London he wso
violin soloist to the queen. Rent-
enyi was famous anid European cap-
itals svere glad to receive him. For
a while he withdrewv to a qluiet faint,
bitt in '75 wt hear of butt in P~aris.
Since then he has been giving con-
certs in this country and the conti-
cent.
Victor A. Tcrook, p. g. lawv, left
the University to accept the posi-
tion of assistant attorney for the
Illinois Steel Co., of Chicago. He
was recently elected orator of hit
class.

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