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October 18, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF 1ML DAILY.

Publ1 shed Iaifly (Sundays ieepted) durin ;
the Collegb year, lby
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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
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EDITORS.
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The ediors do not hold themiselves rension-
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pondents, appeoring in thie DAItY.
The Bestnuunber of the Inlander all-

Shut Oaut 48-0. lug it bark to router. Eud run gaiuetd
The form showed by' ourteam n 20 yards, gutards gained five yardo
-_,,_11-- eachi, tntl Yoiit woutarountd the end

yestertlay's g;mie with Olieet w5an
very oucouragiug, and it canu nafely be
sauidliuat the tWain isnuow furthier ad-
vauced than ever before it thin tune.
To he nsire, Olivetns teaum wan far fromn
ntroug, although of fair weight, yet
our gamne againt tliemi nhowed 110 iii-
poetanit pointo of iseakuesn.
The best feaitnure of the tettus lanlly-
lng yenterdaiy wan the interfereuce, to
whichi toachl anleylian gtveneuse-
psecianlattentioni trollsthe fBent. 11he
liue wasn tronger than it Ilasnbroil be-
fore thin year. The return of Villa to
tackle had ouch to tdoswitli thin. Hbei-
niinger atso put up a strong giane, aud
nhowed up enpecially well an a, grouud
gaiuer. Ferbert put up his old tior
gamei at half, audLenartd iud Rich-
hrdsotdvanced the ball well. toe
Oltvet, Lang, lit left half, aiid Sinclair,
at right end, idid the bent work.
Olivet had the ball onily a s ery little
of the tinue, and gaiiued her live ylardsn
but three timien in all. Beinitlnoie
eud run of 12 yardnsnsie only atdvatnced
the ball two iir thirtet yardn at a time,
iud thin lenn than 10 tiioen in all.
Olivet kicked off iii the fient half.
anid in five inutes, by alteruate eud
aud line plays, ichigan had tahken
the ball teadily dosvn the field for a

25 yards for a touchidowvu. (foaf.
Score, 30.
Olivet'n nest kick-oft went behind
the goal aind contitutetd a touchback,
Dyor having touched it. Fromi the
22-yard line, Michigan carriedl it ntead-
ily to O~livet'n 50-yard line, there Ion-
lug it on at forsward bann by N inde.
O~livet gainedt two yards and umbnoled
to Baird. who had gone 10 yardn be-
foro beiug downed. Richartdn had it
twistetdaiikle, aind Frendul as nubsti-
ttedt. -ticligan thon ucikett Olivet'n
line nteatdily, antIsnitFreuntd through
for a touchdowu. Goal. Score, 3ti-0.
Olivet kickod to the 12-yard line, aind
Dyer returned the ball, wvith a pretty
run, to the 50-yard line. Freund and
Leonalrti went arunde the eutdn for
good gains, and Leonard muade the
touchdown. Goal. Score, 42-0.
Olivet agatin kicked to the 15-yard
line, and Dyer Blade another fine run
bark to center. Leountrudseiit arountd
the right enld, theii Michigan iuicketd
Glivet'n liiii'steadily, nentthig 1 ilili
ov-er for a touchitows-i.fGoail. 4S-0l.
Iu the three ininuten thiat ssere lIt,
Michigan got the halll to Olhvet's 4-il
yarutlhue oni Dyr'sndiiolLeoulard's
rtuns andtw so ris-cross painses hail-

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pears tomorrow anndutthe Daily wsouldh touchuowsn iy tFerbert. Dyer fuilled to
utrg(ecs-try studntitho in at all in- kick goal. Score, 4.0.
herente in t his University to puhrchase The next touchitosvn vas secturd ini
a copy. The Inilanldere10 a high class precisely the- name mannler, lehhiglu
literaery magazine, the only one of its carrying the ball from lire S0yltd
kind in the fuiversity anod in is pages hine over the goal in four nilnutes.
are found the bent thoughhs of the biesitFerbietniade seventh long runs

in~g 15 yartds each.
'rho line up wsls

follosws:

ss

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literahry taletit in college. Thse Inland-
er compares fas-orably swithiatiy other
magazine of ito kind in the hcountry
anhtt shoultd have a large crculations
tlhrouglhoult the Ufniversity.
Thme Uiversity, anstushual at this
time of thse yeahr, is all astir svith clas
politicn. fGroutpn of stuideiitngatthier ini
the hllwasslys ansu on thu'street antd
every man1his buttoniholetd for hins-ote.
The Daily's advice in, to he verycre-
fusl bout pletdging youtr sote to meii
you do nuot knosv, rathier go to tlue
mseetinsg teelinug perfectly free to voie
for the bent mhan, and a sure tent tof a
luau'ssvorthiinens in Chic extent to
wehich he has suphported thie colltege
organizations, be it athletics or the col-
lege paper, be it ini toney or in cm-
thunsiasil. An there is a genserl prie-
toe athletics, noothe tcuss offiecs snoc:lu
he reswards to 5110 truest andinu host
public spirited univer-sity 11e01.
'The Banjo Chub helthlhan examihnau-
thou Tuesday cveinlg toe baniuos andt
banurines. A toss canstidcates pre-
sented theumnelves nd1thfromlthie nuin-
beor of applicants there wvhll be plently
of men ho fill the vacanihues. Leader
Modinan seill coiiienrce svork at once
and practhce sill ho freuuent atid
thorough. The club svll mtahntahn thhe
high standard of last year's club and
realizo this can only be done by con-
stant and thorough weork.

hrotundt thie etid. ('user hiatt auiankhhe
twstted, anddNinde' tookhishlstace. No
goal. Score, S-0l.
It took AMichigan abonut five miniiutes
to carey 1110 baliih) frotoOlils-t's hkichk-
off to huer goal, anid Yont niade the
totuchdtowvn. IHenninger anti S ihhu
werre tdoing gootd ssork svithi thle ball.
Gloal svas kicked. Score 14-0.
Olivet kichked to 20-yardtlhne, auit
Michilgani returned the ball to thueroil-
ter, funmbling it thore. tOlivet lost
grounidoni first three, dosvns, tihenh
fumotued, bat regained the boll Long
thlen enade Olivet's first gaini. The

1gicligaui.-Gtetilu'ui, lu-ft enb; *S liu,
left tuickle; ('are,,hift giuaurt; Smfithi,
center; Heninmiger, right guurd; Yoiut,
right tuackle; gtaddonu, right end; C'apt.
Baird, tquarter; lertuirt. heft half:
Rihaerdls, righit hialf; Dyer, ftillbarck.
Olist-Watson, left euid; Gates, heft
tacklhe; -Mtinu, letft guartt; Cuapt.
Flagg, cenlter; Buther, right guard;
Steckle, right tarile; Sinchlir, right
entt; Kilpatrick, quarter; Lanig, heft
hatlf; Shapes, righit, halt'; Schtultz, toll
hart.
Umirie-Buartells, -tichuigans. Ref-
t-ret-Btrookhs,SHuarvaurtt 1Liesman-
Bitmiigstoui.
Thell'eociutiitnclams illthli Ite t-
hup lrtmet wih i- elhsihgn-lh tu'eiinu-nt
set-us in tile lecture euouoml iy I'rot.
'Trueblood, Shoudhy oafternooni.

ball svent over in four doswns, andtt To givetile "Best on Barth" is the
Michigan ushoed it. donh thic iel, uotto of Witters' Palace Laundry,
Henniinger nuaking the touchidohen in whhch leavos nothing undone that cn
nix minutes. Goal. Score, 20-0. Greei- bh oIne to give perefect syork. We col-
leaf hitrt hils arnmaud Ityain took hitslhod Mondayn and deliver 'Thursdays.
Leave orders at Fulde's Tailor Shop,
place. toe, of State and Williamn sts., or ad-
Olivet kicked elf and btulidi'l iuntetd dross card to L. D. Care, 21 N. State st.
bark. Laug ignade a shittgaini trotiud
the cud, nt lfi tl hont tile buill eoi a
I FOfumuible. Michfigaii carried it rapidly
tuh the fiultdanttiItenniuig;er loathe tile
touchidows-u No goal. Scoro 240. ORE OR OLO
'1i1e1 washntheu calledlfor thirbet OtIE:uer1hi i.svuu.hit~gtotu nt., 'Phuone No.8S
liuihf ~ ~ ~ ~ ARS tiM5mnts.Sto;S. CR It. , 'Phuone Ns 51.
Ill tho second haltfILeonarteh ook the
place of Ferbert,svhio -sves sinded. MH1 . ANNIE WAiRD O S R'
Mlichigan licked off to 20-yard line.
SflhufiibOP
Slopes then got around thhe left end for Dancing and Delsarte.
Olivet's only long gain, 15 yards. Tird season opeun sunrt week in Noverhber.
Foe particulares enquire betweeni45 ted 6 p.m
Olivet could not gain and kicked to at the schonl,
M~ichigan's 40-yard line, Dyer bring- 48 S_ Sr A'T'E S T.

COTRELL & LEONARD,
ALAruNY, N. Y., 4y2 ANnDli74 BROADWAY
Mahern of CAPS and GtOWNS to Clue
American Univernities. Illustrated
treatise, etc., npon request.
Y. A. MUERRELL, Agrt., 44 Will1nusStreet.

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