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VOL. V. No. 26.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1894.

PRICE'-THREE (CENTS.

NOT BEATEN SO FAR.
.Michigan, 18; Case, . - Ferbert
Captains the Team Well,
Though Injured.
Those w1h0 predicted that the team;
would be defeated Saturday, bease
of its crippled condition, were agree-
ably disappoiifed. Case Scoiol gave
us at ganme too lose t lrt to lbe
pleasant, bit the gimle cloctd with the
s'ore 1.8-8 1)111urfavor.
TI'ile giime was contested very sharp-
ly, aiid it ws not until wll of i
the scoid half that Michigan etmlli
feel stre' of victory. flhe Case Shoo
teanm is a vry strog one for one
that is not heird more o. anti had
iotIbeen defeated before in two year.
I tie int' they were ot or eqillls
ill weight or sill. 'fierbicks,1how-
ever, weighed cosiderablyl.mre tain
;,;rs. Their best payrs s g'otnd
glinles aud on the; defense were [tey.
Lovely and ate.
wiould have seloret.tapf. Baird's a-
snc;e from;;qualrer 'vs tie' molst
ntoticei'able'sore'of n';'knes. IHis
ilac'' s captaini was admlirabtlv :filld
by F-erber, wlos' ard ll aru;n,
vok ercis lrgely lresosilel'forte' te-
a111(1ladtden; iii good %vok i;1he;'lie.
a1111 Dyr and Bloomingston got ill
somle'god gains with te;'ball. le-
ninger broke throtgl reuealtely and;;
sopped layiis, adti (as', after tryig
to get aondil Price's enI twce. gave
it 111.
('ase"s itrference wasi;tlattre of
h lay 111, while our i;;rf;'eu; 'Was
lot as good as tusa~l. T'f lay111onci
whichi Cse gaied mo1sf ws calling
hetr seis back and giing Iiley the
b1al11for1a11 'ndllrtn. SI;' also buckei
our line stccssftlly for a lilte. Our
bluhff kicks were worked for gm;;es.
and C (as's line ws bti.kd steadily
Bioollilgston's kick-oif in the firs
half to case's 1 yard lint' was re-
turned 40 yatds tby Riley. A few
short gains around tie end, anti Case
was held on our 40 yard lt'e. An
off-side lost tle ball, but Case cold
not gain, and Michigan bega; carry-
ing it up Villa and t'erbert \et
through the line, Dyer addei dl yards
and Bloomingston broke throgh th
tackle antI lads at toucdown. Goal
by Bloomingston.i'lime, 10b illuttes.
Sceore, 6-0
Bloomingstonl retrnet Case's kick
of to the 20 yrd line, ani Micfign;
bucked the lie to te center of the,
sit, where Case got tilt'ball1 'on
-owns,tHenninger, Price and Ha~d
CONTINUED (N TIRDI PAE

Senior Lit Election.
'Tbe se'nior election Saturday was
thie m~ost enthu;siastic mesetin~g the
class ha;s held since its freshmoaln year,
Both; fraternitites nili ndetpen5dnts
were otut in ftill force, and working
ha~rd for their diiffirt'nt canidailtes.
Nearly 200 weretpr('senti whln elhair-
11110 fWe'eks stilled) to order.
The mle(ting lproceedled at out' to
Lymlan retprest'ntetdtl ltthe ind'p enets
antl hr. tI. H. Smlithi till fralterniities.
'T'e sballot gave Air. Lymain120) votes
anidAlr. Sm~ith; 610. Por rict'pre'sient
.hiss ;Nellie 'Malarkey.,lintep)'lenet,
w.as ethoseni over Itiss liable ('olton,
wo rt'pre'sented'th ie fraiternities. Tile
indtept'detsth ien elected Aliss ('olby
serttrly. '.,hR. lBushitrealsurerl, anti
It. C). Austinlhisitorianlwihlou~t aniy
opplositionl. When it cam;e to th~e offict'
of proteltss, Itiss Anni;Richiartds,
Nvlho wa;s the'unnim~llous choice of till
lit'ependenlts, genierou~sly resiglled in;
favor of Miss C'01101, whlo 011s 11111-
11. Daielb's hadi 11e'support 01f1111 forl
t'e ottices of ort~ror indl toet, ;al-
thoulgh; so11me'wile illfaoo'(f ('oosing
tilt oratlor to contest. 'J,-().Mltini,
Dellt; 'Kappa Epsilon, owis elector
basebail lominilgel', 1111d1. 1). B~ourland
Inland League.
"C'oldwvater, Itiell.. l)Miy 2. 3181.
"It affords in(, great pleasuire to ('011-
men1d1IIItolte favor of the pubtlic, 11;'.
Herfert A. Sprage. Hte is a yotung
m;ain of ulemflt'ishe'dl'har'acter'l, 1a111 li
gr'eat stkill;in llanigilng fro;(ilt'n 11c11'-
aicter to an1o0t11r. 'The aud~ienceeis
11a1(11'to1feel that t11ey'are listtning to
h~alf a dozen perslsolns inlst'ead of oun-.
"Ex-Gtov. of N litigrt;."
'fle ;abovet'isa comment't rt'gairtding
Mr. Herbert A. Sloagoe, wvho -illtsavs
oni theIla~llndit lossg o ur'0011'tlthe
('hurchliof IC'hrist tonightin ; "Is' ii-
vats,"111de15famlous Sby toe f ecrso;;.
Mll. Stprague shioulis' grect (i'll I
foullhousse.
Freshman Spread Tax.
'fie freshman;;1 spread talx fothells';f
girls hais been fixet't8l0tSbe-los 5;l;'i.
In formelr years tile tax thas genter-
ally heel; $1.25, 1101 nel'y alltile

FALL FIELD DAY.
A Rather Tame Affair All in All.-
No Records Broken and Lack of
Training Shown.
'fie fail hield day on Saturday (1i(1
not bring so wvell contestt'd('venlts 115
wvas expected. The almost enitire laick
of trlling anld the little intferest take;
wais responsile for this.
The winn~ers of the va~riouls events
(10yartds dalsh;-First lheatiwol by3
leitoy; Hloose second, Ellis th~ird, 11
2-5 seconds, Second iheaf 000 fl y
Bain; Stepliens second~, Bryanlt third,
11 seconds, Filnal hesaf resulfed in a
tdraw iletweenhilloy andtIBain;; Hou~se'
th~irtd,'fime 1t seconds. Thtie it'wa
not rnl;off.
Shlot pu(t-F~lilay first, Crosfby set'-
0111, liannliardt tird't. Ditlance .33
feet 7 / inches,
distance's in 5 minuties, 11 secondts.
Run;nin~g hligh; jtump- Austinl 1111
Si, ('lairtiell if 5 feet; ('rosby thirtd.
till, seondt;House. thihrtd. Distance.,
Sit feet, iches.
ltuunng tbroaldju1101- Ma;rtin;. first,:
tance. 1b feet, 3 inch;,
2211 y-artds hurdle-Bain. first; Siti;h-
'11s, secontd; WIhte, thirdi.
After tilt'fieltd anti tractk evt'nts, 1t11
rtst'rvt's 11111freshmuuan;eleve'u'l' ayp1eli
a gamue of football whiihth~e reserve's
wonf 30-b. 'fh la llyilig of the e;'serves
was very' show aii thelre' was coishi-
t'rabile fiumblin~g, hut they 111d int)trou-
blet' i; holding thisfr'eshmanlil to thirst'
or four gais (If a few yartds.Olhsttn
shtoed thet'bt'st footballlumterital of
ainys of it'e fresshmi~an team;;, T'he
hailes wt're' 211 1minute'si; length;. In;
till'first. tile reserves got 1tw(o toiuch-
se'cond'ihalf they gott folur toishllitls
wais is followvs:

NO GOOD STUDENT
Trys to learn without books.
Some people though try to use
muiclal instruments with little
tIr 1n(1tone,
We Say Buy Those Which Hae lone
we sell that kintd.
51l Soth Main st.
STUTDENfTS!
IFOOTWEAR
BEAL'S SHOE STORE
01)0. Court Ho;use, Ma~i St.
If you want to get a fine box of
CHOCOLATE BON-BONS
Cheap; Hot or Cold Lnches Either
Night or Day go to
R. E. JOLLY & CO., State St.
REUBEN H. KEMPF,
From thie Ryal Cos'ervatory,
Sutgrt Gerum;auy,
Teacher of Pano, Organ and Musical
Composition; also the Art of
Teaching.
Studio I225S.hDivisio St., As; Aror, Mieh.
MERCHANT TAILORING
Cleauing, Pressngan ud Reairig
dulls seatly by
AUG. 5CHIOENI:5VAII. '126 E. Wahhglas
H0T LUNCiH3EJS
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
STUTTLE'S,
+ 48 S. STATE ST.
SCHOOL OF DANCING
last oopen. Pu11's ueceied at any
time, tie 51101startling witlte fciatdms-
sou;. All classes tre udr tie prsnainitl 1-
structiuon of M. sdtMr. IRos Grtnger. N;
stais tomount.OfOiean an~lcig Hall 115
thie groun~d floor, 0 Mayniard St.
WAI1TS__BOOKSIORE
We oier disount on all
University Text-Books,
Law, Medical, Pharmaceutical
and Scientific Books.
We buy anid sell second-hand ooks.
Mathematical Instruments atd
Drafting Supplies at special
rates. W e offer
Best Linen Paper at 20c Per Lb.
BEST NOTE BOOK FOR 25c.
SOLEF AGENTS FOR
Unilverity ooktore, Down Tow,
o Sttte st. Opp. Court Hos.

RESERVE.
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LeRoy----
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girls paying ulp.hilt this y'ear' thei
Sigmall Aphao; iloulfra terllity hias
Sutehas1 beeslleiso 0fix1d111a11if etoery
girl par3s iher sha;re', this lxiS';Sssoillllllei01a10'cIittrPsOilg,
a~t Nortihwe-ste'rluNniscrSit3-.
be ampllly cosvcretd I;.'h ;t-lluiitti'i
h~aving thes maotter ill charge swill so-it Ailliov'ationI in easftern inte;retol-
551011ili' li'111''5 f dl ~ihli tll'egia;te'athl'tic 5551115soas sprsuu)g by
let t'i'ik, a11t it iI lei-'d that Is ('lrli;'lh Ile t 11Satuurda~y's gamile withl
muhit'a s lpossiblt' of Ithe 'r'equirediHat~rva;rti, sliet'uithe' ctrnliioll 1111
amunilt hit'obtal~i'ed 11sfor,'liii'ate Whitt'delegationl liftedl 011tht'ir voices
of till'splre'atd.in song to cheter 011thirl'oftlIil tt'am1.

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