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VOL. V. No. 25.





The Team, Although Crippled, Will
Make a Hard Effort to
Win.-The Line Up.
The first game of real imiportance
will be played io Cleveland today with
the Case School eleven. Telegramis an-
niouncing the resilit of the gaime will
be receiveil by the Daily today. Six.
teen nien, besides Manager Baird,
Coach McCauley and trainer Fitzpat-
rick, were taken rn the- trill. Tin
party left over tiii' '. & A. A. yester-
day forenoon at 11 :3t0,aiii arrived in
('levelanid at 5:311. '1he'li'e up of the
team in today's ganie will probably be
as follows: Haddeni, left end; Villa.
left tackle'; Ninide, leftgnard; Smith,
center; Hienninger, rigilt guaird; Yont,
righttaclse; Price, rigiht enl; Green.
leaf. quarter; terbert. left half;
itloomingoton. right half; Dyer, fulil
baick. 'fill subsltittes ar': Reynolds,
tackle; Rtictiards an1d11Leonalrd, haiif
backs. Ferbcrt wvilcaiptainltile teamt.
til teamll.
Al 1o till' game1, it Xwiiilll l'uesion-
to predicti till'result. 'fil' ('lst'Scionl-
hifecSchooltteatmll asl lbietobttlittlt'
heard frton so fttc titsleas~onu. ar le
reportetd to bt' stronerheer llli'~.
Last Saturdlay tley defeatetd lirtcll
tt'eseasonl, Atlbet ('ollage tdefeaited
Ill-ti. Last ye'ar last' School hatd 0111
of thte bi'sf teams in the west. They
hititiat easy timelt with m11sf of thii
Oioi collge'telltls and11even ctefeate'd
(Oberlin, 22-8. Of' last ye'ar's leant,
~ightt are pliaying tis -ear'.
a hlardi ginel, as almlost half the glen1
tile cripledl'. Carr was lnt takenl 01
the trip, 'his ankle bteing still wealk,
antd Ninlte will he gulartd.GOr talckle's
will teor weak: point, however.
Both Villa 1111(1Yoilt 1are' inpoorcontdi-
tioin to play.,Ineithelr having bee'tn ill
ptractice this week. ('apt. Baird's ab-
sence from qnarter weakens that 110-
sition also. AWe('111 get along very
well as to hlalves, tlthiotughiFerbert's
contdition may ptrev'ent his playinig
long. Another thinig to hI' conisidered,
is the nearness of tilt Cornell game
(Nov. 3), anti great care will have to
te taken hot to nndnly cripple the

Senior Independent Caucus. Palladium Board.
The senior independients hieltd t ala- 'PTle Pallacdiuml for tile yeiar which is
coo yesterday afternoon ill tile chalpel to he out the latter part of Jtannuary,
and nlominiatetd candcidates for senior ptromlises to be thle best yet issuedi.

class officers. Tile candidates, with-
out exceptioni, are strong men~i anti
womien, and wiii carry the ftill indle-
pendent vote. A iootion to give the
offices of secretary, historian anld pro-
phletess ill ftle fraternlities was votedi
A strong sentimlent wais lmanifestedi
in favor of selecting the orator by
complietitionl.bult after a short discusI-
lion the motion was lost.
Tue following are itie candtidates s'-
leteti anti recommllendcedi for tilt'siuf-
frasge of tile intdependlenlts at todaty's
election: Preside~nt, Itiellaird H.I.Ly-
Ilill,.of Utah; vicees'ient, Miss
Nellie J. Malarkey, of Illintois; secre-
fary, Miss Pearl S. Colby. Ann Arbor;
treasulrer, It. tt. Bush, lit Michigan;
oratior. .1. S. Htandyi, of Ann Aribor;
igan;i prophietess. iHtiss AnnLiI. fitch-
o~f Michigan.
The Gymnlasium.
Ill 011 interviewr yesterdaylcDr. I-itz-
geraildt saidtthat it waslIxplectedthalt
a11llarrangementIlosvwouldt le comlelited
otf this city. 'The wvork li t ltling in
thit riunning track is being pulshecd.
All of thie locerls liavie be'e'n taken,.
Intl last Inight ther'etvere 20 tpptlica-
tionls wrhichiXviill ve' to wait until the(
nextlmleetig of lie hoarti tftregenlts,
wh-len provisionis wiii be madte for
miore lockers. Two tptrsoons cann~ot till
tt'e sa11e'locker, hid it is nttpro~bablie
that anlyoned'wiliibtet'llowet'hle trolil-
c'gc' of ft'egylli. wholtloes inot iprocutre
a lockir. 'T'e physle'xamliintionls
wiii commlenice tflirst of net'xlwt'tk.
Yesterday's Tennis.
Tue tennis toturnam~enlt was continl-
uell yesterday withl two doulellls, in
one of wvhich McKenzie andli('hicker-
ine beat ttel'lick and Gait' three sets
in succession by tile scores 6-3, 1-4,ti--i,
lbnt lost oneC game S-1ll. t. Prescott
11111 Seabulry lplayedt 1Herrick aiid (Galt'
.-4, 7-5, S-S. As three ou~t of 11i-c are
requlire'd fotic victory this contest wiii
be decided tomorrow, tile winners of

The followXing lmcnlcompilose'ft'eitoard
of editors:
Rhohert L. Wagner, Signit Phi, 11111-
aging editor; George IR. Slater, Delta
'fan Delta, bnsiiiess nianager; P. 1).
Bonrland, Alpha Delta Phi, secretary;
associate editors.,It. I. Dunton, Ci
Psi, A. C. Bloonmfild, Delta Kaip~l
Epsilonl, Rex IL.('all', Zeta tPsi,fI. 0'.
Weeks, Psi Upsilon. I. fL. Spanlding,
ir., Phi Kappla Psi. Fre-li i. Richard-
1011, Deltal tpsiloln. I'. W. Foster, Phi
Delta Theta, (G. '. Keechi, Signta Al-
pha EpsiIln, I. Debv Mills. Phi (Ga111-
1111 Delta, antI iDrtank Briscetl. Thetal
New Law Rule.

Trys, to learnl withoiut books.
Some people though try to use
musical instruments wvith little
ofr110 tone.
W/e Say Buy Those WNhich Have Tone.
We sell that kindt.
51 Sooth Main st.
- -FINE-

'Pe le ll-paiseIl by the latc taculty BEAL.'S -SHOE STORE
requirinig tiell'1w11 studttis tttptIs OIp. Court House, Maii St.
tlieir botoks into the-Professocs for to- If you want to get a fine box of
spetinlwenlt into effect ye'sterdlay Cby
th atin fPrf.iieinr.,1eCHOCOLATE BON-BONS
object of thits rol' is to leai-nwtvhittetr Cheap; Hot or Cold Lunches Either
tile stutdeiits art- busyilng thml'll'itl Night or Day go to
duriiig lectutrte hour by takitli inntes oil R. E. JOLLY & CO., State St.
tih' lectuire dtelivteredt. REUB N H ''ir~
'T'wo intdustious seniors Iiert- aski-tiN .K~VI F
From 1the RoiytialuConervatotry,
for thitir ntte bootttoInet inspecetetd Stuttgart, Germaiiy,
after totz anut fit professor thtouight Teacher of Piano, Organ and Musical
Composition; also the Art of
frttn tht'anmount takcen antI inthtie Teaching.
manneriin-r o XlichtheyXWere- written Studio 22 0. Onvi-ioSt., Anit Arbor,Slick.
thalt It-e ouldt keep thost' genitliemen MERCHANT TAILORING !
busy fotthie inext ftoir clays. CleaniisgPress.ingad Repirnga
donsact ly by
Bettter work ontthe part of 1till sin- AUG. SC HO ENKWALn, 2ICE.SWasgton
deiits will retsi. S HLQT ILU'7N"QIF.3ZLS
Harvard's Attendance. 0110511 11N11 of
'Thteatteitdance at H-arvard Chits year JUS TRECEtIVED AT
is tar in tadvance of last year. thit'+ TUTTLE'S,
rtegistratioit in each departiti-nt shlowv- +48 5. STATE ST.
tug an increauste.'hue followXinlg tableit- 6 A :
gives te figures to hate wvitht a con- C R09~
itrison of last yealr's atteindane: SCHOOL OF DANCING,
'Il-'9t '9'- dlIN. Classes1now11openi.lPuils rece iced .a1 any
Scientifics Scihootl ---273 313 45 tiue, the ti-catstirtlng with dite uf tidmis-
GrauattelSchool---- 246 251i >titti. Alltclssseu nider chie personatin-
Divinity School - ---- as 9 23itructioni ofiMr.ad Ms oIuss Or-auger. No
Luw Sc hool---t----i---cM3 389 itt stali-s to motiunt. tfice aiid DaniHahll tin
Medicai School-____421 433 8Itchicg1ousd flotor,I6SMtyniard st.
Deintal Schoolt-t-t-i - Itt3 1.1 20'
Veterinary Medicine-S. It0 Itt 10 li ~lf lllllf r
Bussey Inittuitin-_I-i-I 9IV10IUL
FGrad totatl-------2117 3H5t 14121 VIIIIIL) BUUUKSIUREL

Field Day at 2 O'clock.
'iTe field hay btegins promtiiy at 2?
o'clock totday, to ordto Ctgiv-i'thit' for
tile football gamte that follows Chit
eight trauckcauth fit-It events. Compiieti-
tion ii inte aitie 11ill bhentiubattter
111an1 vas expetctetd, ts a numbeihdr of
1n11 t'ntrites havt' hten receciv-tdlillait
- tuit__Ion d..tts'_p__ it. iyest'rhti. At

team for that gamue. The team cannot wvhich ilXii play thintihftor first
therefore be coiisidetredinii t'e stronig- paeiitobe Xii iietgat
t'st playing conditioii. Mcenezit' 011-Mondtay afteriiooin.

We offer discount on all
University Text-Books,
Law, Medical, Pharmaceutical
and Scientific Books.
We bny and sell second-hand hooks.
Mathematical Instruments and
Drafting Supplies at special
rates. We offer
Best Linen Paper at 20c Per Lb.
CnivecrsityBouuhstoee, iDown Totwn,
unstaSi t. lOpp. Coturt House.

On account of tflttreshaitiisocil
on Nov. 2, the first re'c'ptiotn of thei
Hobart Guild Sneitti cirtle-it'Xiibie
pestploned to Nov. 1.
subscribe for the Daily

Chiicering playtetia sulperbit amne.itission, dt 25 o 1'celuts.ne etrd:A-i
w~hilhe McKenzite wats far btehiniit hits
tisoal forit. Herrick Itntd Galt' playedi tcic-t~ ti iihsr~t~-.I~itih
152. C. nipversitX- of Ciao15,"l
so wvell together titat they hiatdXll ve(ricgty5. th
fewX utasses. Seabiury Xtas rhatmpion 200, ___arvard _____.
of Chiceago bight schools ltist yt'ir. Subscribe for the Daily

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