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December 18, 1894 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1894-12-18

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THE U. OF M.L DAILY.

Chaliri'ge is atppii'Cnt to ally olle [a ililiarl
f f c'1 ~ I1tu Av ith Ed'at('Liia thletics!" aand .asks,
___________ '"loes the e'ditor' of the I llivelsi1 v of
Pli ItisI I) iaiy (Sunday ty', pteI(Idiriing AlMichigallIDa ily I liluk that a galme is
i iiCtil ca IY('Vi'' played by a igy eastern Ttea in.

THE U. Of M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION.

xviithnti l bing i' alrellly Studied by

OrFIIcI-:: 'linies buildling N. Atai n st., opposite teropleis1
-- -- -__ st o-_-.. The I)a ily editor luti1st confetss to funll
Sini'tin"nnd'i'1 h' V I h'l':t kiiQowl((ge of, thle tarts anid b('hiefs-s if
for Itho 3Mielli liit dlii nil iaiiksg iv-
lng day.sIthe I ivtersi I ofIMichigan 110 etserinplayers (cut onep' lnt] ei's
Da ily mia kes .11iltn just. tiiist)oi'rliidii- thrtiIiIs Ithit' xdy vnldapplaud.j
like ilitirge against i-AIi,. Stang. to 111li It was iiili e east that occurred in'
I'te(t Ih~t le ediit( M ~ll,,iis s.. lost un il g laiiie.of the season.it. iid
als and impartitedtlieiii1 tohis teaiiii.
we ae r-illlll tobelive hatit was in iithe east that ad"s111.1d of'110-
Wil lie arit icle iay have tVeeii thle ha si y, lice ain('it w detailed to keep thte phly-
ill-adlviseil productionuofoll ie of itle orss troill sitiggiiig. By the ''Weekly's'
li ent'lltIscillililleli I (f th!Inuti ( hcago tldtt'is ill at 111(1irs after Itle
shty, -yet. as linthiniimit ~iliihe1
zeltit tle4ilii itiehaeiai& 'st. What ev "' t1he east (toes is r1gt.1.
appeared. AWe must a eceht itioiighiProf. Alonz(o Stagg ;is fromiithle eaisi.
regr-etfully, as lie set io'iint of 1110 11.o111Xale, and iii the' east atlny study '
Al idi ga iite'amn.'' (elihnt her's Itactics-anmt sltgone ali-I
The above ((libt tst is I i1 e~i linil i g oilier-andl so ( 'bleago tnuder the ii
of aii editorial ill tin' last iiitiiibur of tlion of an eastetri atlet(' stitdi;,;
fleIi'niiveisity o Ciii ( Wold. .Mielligans tdctics :ti(idtrieas to cripp~lle
xvl(hielthle Dailyv. liowe'ver.:'(l xoto her 1(plodayers. The )a ily still uniili a iiis
e'lit ring iiino it er('(dlia-c ion ma listie that it is unf; ii' for a 1ii1ian iiiM.i
bra wls cannot1(11afford 1to0 pass ill sil- Sta g's posit ionn to .o toi'etroit for;
onci(e. Thie I(Diily denies fir'st t ha t its the deliberate purpose ( as thle ;;aiale at ;
eliares a ta iiri l. St agg wele 1-0ei h1er C hicago showed) of 5 iiIi C (otri
''iitijtist or unispoirt stuanliike." These plaiys. Anid 1now ollows one(If thle
(h' res were Ithat Al r. Stagenma de a imost. cut don1s .a rgtilieiits iliii is 1"e-y
very poor etire l'e ite, M ichii,11- ma rhalle produion:m
Obetliniigamiie. IthatIh' sern a sitopay 'Then follows aa nlieili. n'r5iI . tti-y
mior'e attenti ion t oarlysignals 111i11itatin' gl'itt(eh iti ack oii ir. Stafgg. We
general play. that lie I ra -eh'-d lbyhiis are not alwayvs illi a rna withItMr'.,
Iixiii'oilssiui neti- 811tille ~ St agg's policy. naiii a ys feel per-
tectly fieto nsay so when 'we are lnt,
st tiy l 1(1 (')0r tpdi ot' -aii nlbut his repuitat ion, happily, is im:t iii
tha there bo iis il IbeenI (onlsidI'i'dlel(dis- 1t1t' keeping of I te I ii ivel'sit x oI.Mieli-
sa tisfact in inirega i'dI o:i'. St agg iait Dail v. and there is lnthitig that
.iii11dItha tlie saw lihe iii1tisb1y hootk 0o'r wouild irallyto hiis support faiir-miiided
1i11011 11101"e 1t11ha N -hen11a ften 1ter'ing ;a
('look wilt Ilie gawine. 1It also statod'tlfairl'id opet niotest inl a1itianly -way,
hat1.11 1111 aie wAs' roughl. 'These lit' is stat)] ed in thle back by those that
('harl 'es were ineitlier' 'haust y'" 110t''ill 11:1Vo' be'e'ltviitually vanquishied."
advised. ' l lthoug11 t hey were pai 'l- If'Ithis is a dIefenlse of Mr. Stag it. is
ally enough the pi'oduieti ol' ite le Vc'x- xv clc oil'. Tihe stabbaing in;
editoris. Tin'oIa ily begs to iin l'o'it ill'het'ack episode.;liowever'. is ailmiost:
tho Weekly thatI Ithese s atelient s or as dramnatic as Cone(lls "littie hantd ofit
c'harges whiidl we set foi'thi iga nlill jsix'' at tin' (Cornell-_Michigali gratle.;
cold1( blood. niearily a iitont ii aftei' thle The D aily wotild infIorml tIhe ''Weeklv'"
g;a if('. were 1(nd(1still arie to hIn'1be(st tht liith le stat 'iiielits leg"a t'ilig (I lit'il-"
(11 0th' kntowledlge'.the seut ili ants (if sat isfaictii withIiAll. stag"at (f'Ch'ca-
(tot only the ''teatin'' hut ofi t1he',tit- go Wer''e'ga iel'ed front the editors ofIII
dents of'thiii'nI'ilversit y antd t hat- it the''Wee'kly.'' Bttt perhaps tIn' arit j
will betise less tor alt'. Stagg Intopose , - - ---___ --

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illOats tin' "Weekly" satfely remarttks
was ''w'itteii by one of its edlitors,''
aitd if this is tr'te ac'corinilg to th('
('liicago IPost thn' lDaily Ih int Ietithe
Post sax's:
''he studen'lt lxoxly has lnthliiigto do
xvil lithe itianagetient iif tiie'paper'
NN-(,vWeely ). It is reailly It strictly
1l'iya te laffairl' 11its ItMIine 'is iiiisleadl-
a prlopositiont is tiiv('l (is('tlsioi aIt
Har lvar'( lookiiig tow'zt'*l imakitng athi-
de(gr'('e. 'lhii'11argument is ad Vatn(('(
liat t 1his ili('(lti0' is til('(55i 1Wt Io ill-
dttce all (lasses (If sItudelits to takei
stitticieiit exe'rcise'.
The t4l,1a I ('lilllllts of stuidenit s in
eighlt of the' leading liivxel'sit 1(5 are
fllow~s: II a iva(. 3.293: 1 t nix'r-
sity oft Aillilgaln. 2.727, Yal'. 2.37);
Univlersilty ofII Peninsylvatnia . 2..'48;
Noi'tliwest dii. _. ',2(I8C oltmitta. 1.S16;
The '95 Victors
are models of strength anti beauty.
T1he staunchest light wheels ever
bunilt. iotu desire not >omplv
gfoodi bicycle, but the 1)(,:;' : then
vou want a V itor.
Eight stylesi, with almnuA aavn
height frame, giving as; are afit
as if the wheel wvas Made to, your
order.
Catalog for the asking. 'Fen
cents inl stamp~s secur'es the Victor
Pad ('alendar.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Mlakers of Victor Bicycles and Athletic Goods.
Bloston. New York. Chicago.
Dietro~it. Denver.
PACIFIC COAST:
San Francisco. ILos Angeles. Portland.

SPECIAL SALE.
TfILE LADIES' SPECIAL.
Shoe and Slipper Sale
w1ill' Icontiniuiedltill
SATURDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 22
Jacobs & Allnzand,
Arho, Mi('Iigtl.
Is the LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS and SHORT-
HAND. Magnificent building; ten teachers; large
attendance; good discipline; superior work; wel
supplied reading room; daiy lectures; Saturday
evening recepions; open the entire year. Ecep-
tional facilities for placing students in position
rBoard anid room ;2 to $2.75 per week in private
families. These rates reduced to $s.5o by self-
boarding. For Catalogue address
T IiFE (]Z\ NI) O1TIR 1 IJOSi
THURSDAY, DEC. 20.
The I ist iiiglislil'ul Alhieliain Actres,
Effie Elisler
Assist edl by Fanl h1Westoi, I(Iliillt lroet,
a ad Spcialy Selec(- ted (oripaty, represent -
DOR0I S.
Writtenl expressly for AtssEtll,yioert
PRICES, - 35c, 50c, 75 ard $1.
Big Four Route
BIEST LINE TO
INDIANAPOLIS,
LOUISVILLE,
and:-CINCINNATI.
ELEGANT
Through Sleeping Cars
BETWEEN_
Petoskey, Louisville and
Cincinnati.
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA
BIG + FOUR + ROUTE,
E. O. M1CCORMICKi, 1). B. MARTIN.
Paissenger Tiaffic Mgr. Gen. P. &; T. Ai.
(Inchiitit Ohio.
Christmas
Greeting
' bb--.. 894
Students during vacation ae cor-
dially invited to make our store their
headquarters, and inspect our ele-
gant line of College Outfits, Sweat-
er's, Foat Ball Goods, Skates, Import
ed Hose, Cameras, Golf Clubs, etc.,
e te.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
147-149 Wabash ave., Chicago. Ill.
K N M) 3MD T6R C3- A. ?T'M ~N
Students Recreation Head-
quarters.
No. 3 N. Main Street.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE W ORKS.
Ladies' and Gent' Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
3 W. HUtRON ZT., ANN A *6A,.

at iluigalit hereafIter' as a mouhel (If
athiletic purtity. ''ln' Weekly thien
priloceedhs to take ill) Itle chitilgls "0
batiti.." aind sapxs:
"Inl thie first phtac'. it is and lxvty
hlas bleell t'egard'ed As perf'ectly hegiti-
inlatf'in get the sigtnals of:tile oppos-
ing t('ailin iiwxhatevet'-way possible.'
Of ('otutse if!tis is titue iil'thI''
ai'giliielit is ulseless, foi' it is im11os-
stb1l'cfo' thle Dltly 1 to l'('essfultycolli-
bat this liightitmor'algrotundxxhii'huthie
I,'ekhy takes, butth le Weekly bas -
tns to tcidlf('hicagn (slidi not1knlow-
Mlichiii an's signtais antd t hitthey lay n1
statetlltis Iwitht 'absoltite assirtnce "
Thei'e is little (doublt tile *"Weekly'
has ('0li(Et'tle "a ssurancee" in thiis
statemuent which probably ('alme' Iromu
nl ess ai 11ean1tilttl'r. Stagg hituiseif.
Butt the "W'eekly" gives us a poser'
when it lays in answer to thi, Daily's
charge that Mr. Stagg went to D~etroit:
"Tfho tutter t'abttlousneuss (of 10ilu1

A BOOK
-Ohl---
College x Songs
Is tie most appropriat e thislnas !gif(
aill tndergradnuate can naike
The New Harvard Song Book.
IAlhe nieiew Htarvardt Songs of Itie last fouri
yeairs, tilt hisome old fav-orites. 9.2 1)p).
Heavy Paper, $1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS."
Inconmparably the miost Ippuar bookt of
college songs ever' publlishled. Oyer 3i00,00
sold.
Heavy Paper, 50 cents; Cloth. Gilt,
$1.00.
"COLLEGE SONGS FOR GIRLS"
T1.he only boel( (If thle hkint l lli~ed.
120 pp.
Heavy Paper, $1.00.
ISend One of These Volume's Homeo.
OLIVER DIT SON CO.,431$*sigo t otn
45F-1C. W1.lsitso& ('o.,B-sto.

Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN,
We are prepared to fturnish Caps
and Gowns of the highest quality
to lU;niversities, Colleges and Schools
throughuout the United States, at
suirprisingly low prices. Self ineas-
urernent forms, containing all nec-
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without
visiting the store, will be forwarded
upon request.
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
prices.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America.

R NEW CO LLA

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