- THE U. QF M. DAILY.
OUTLOOK FOR FOOTBALL.
EVERYTHING FAVORABLE FOR
A SUCCESSFUL SEAS0ON.
Harvard Game WillIBe Played Nov.
2-No Cornell Game Next Fai-
Minnesota Meets Us at Detroit
From present indications the foot-
ball season of next fall will be the
most successful Michigan has ever
seen. The successful managenint of
last season will be continued at te
hands of the same persons and witht
the additional experience of last year
even better results may be expected
next year. Charles Baird will again
act as manager, Keene Fitzpatrick
train the teats and W. L. McCauley
have charge of the coaching. Coact
McCauley will be ably assisted by
such seasoned men as Capt. Henning-
er, Jimmie Baird, Mort S.nter and
other veteran players. With such men
in charge it remains but for the st-
dents and alutnni to say whether we
shall have anotli d winning team or
The schedule for next fall is already
completed far enough to show that it
will be. an excellent one. First and
foremost of course the game in which
our students will be most interested is
the great striuggle with Harvard which
will takes place in Boston. Maager
Baird has lately receivd a letter from
Harvard stating that Captain Brewer
desires to play Michigan Nov. 2, andi
that date has now been definitely set-
fled on for the game.
In accoretance with the three years
agreement with Chicago University
the annual Thanksgiving day game
will be played in Chicago with th
team from that University. it point
of attendance this game is now the
most important in the west and the
Chicago alumni say that on a clear
day we may expect from twelve to
fifteen thousand people to attend the
game next fall.
There will probably be no Michigan
Cornell game - next year. Cornell
wished to transfer the Detroit game to
Buffalo and Michigan has declined to
meet Cornell in the east unless she
agreed to play a return game in the
west. Instead of the game with Cor-
roll the managemenit has secured Min-
ttesota to play in Detroit Nov. 23. pre-
vious to last year Minnesota had won
tme helampionship of the west for four
consecutive years and was barly de-
feated last fall by Wisconsin on the
latter's home grounds. However, Min-
nesota has secured as coaches for next
Fear Heffefinger and Crosby, the fa-i
mos Yale players, and as a large
Iumnber of her old omen will be back
011 till probably have the strongest
team in the west excepting Michigan.
Our football enthusiasts may be surs
that the contest in Detroit will be a
battle royal and the Michgan tiam
will make a noble effort to wipe out
the disgrace of the defeats of '92 and
'93, which we suffered at the hands of
the big men from Minneapolis
Negotiations are now bing mrade for
a. number of home games and several
strong teams will be scheduled to ptay
In Ann Arbor. However, until all the
arrangements are completed the man-
agement prefers not to publish the re-
sults already obtinesd.
(h tiaciount of the early dte of the
Harvari gamo unusual efforts will be
male to getthie men in condition early
In the season and the old men who ex-
peet to return next year and a few
very promising new men will be
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brought together about Sept. 16 and Michigan High Schools asking them board said: "In order to realize this
lint to training umder Mr. Fitzpatrick. to distribute the Woman's League cir- mew gymnasium for the women of the
Manager Baird has secured an ideal culs among those who are now grad- University we have got to have in
place for this ptpose up in the north- sitiig from these schools, so that they long pull, a stroig hull and a pull
ern part of this state, where thse air nay have full information of th pur- altogtther."
is very cool and the surrounsiings are poss and advantesge s of the League.
peculiarly adapted for the purposes of the program committee consisting SENATE RECEPTION.
training. of Miss Bstes, Miss Hodge and Miss A Large Number of People Spent
Umisual attention will be given to Whito of the board, together with a Pleasant Evening at the Gym.
the second eleven and' it is hoped to Mrs. Moris, the ftt easurer of the
devlop a reserve team that will be League advisory board, andI Mrs. Lon- The annual Senate reception was
equal in strength to the teams of the bard, also of the latter board, have givn last evening at the Gymnasium.
minor colleges. The team will be sys- planned five tsestings. The first will The walk and eutransce to the bulld-
tetatically looked after, taken, to lthi be a tea, the second a Christmas tr ing were hong with Chinese lanterns,
training table with the 'varsity and a social, at which no gift is to be worth as was the, casesiat the Senior recep-
schedule arranged for games with out- sore than ten cents. The others are tion. Inside the decorations remmait-d
side teams. On the whole our football a lecture by some interesting and the same as en Tuesday evening. Re-
prospects are unusually bright and gifted woman, a social and the an- freshmeont were served by Hangster-
great results are expected from next naul lawn party at Mrs. Angell's. fey on the main floor, chairs being
year's team. Thi plans for the woman's gymna- placed aromnd the entire room. Music
PLANS OF WOMAN'S LEAGUE. slumi were open to inspection on Tues- was furnished by the Chequamegon
day at tisheluncheon given sby Mrs. orchestra. A large number attended,
What Will Be Done Among the Angell to some of the college wonun, and the reception was in every way
Co-eds Next Year. and created miuch interest and sn- successful. It asted iuntil a. little past
The Woman's League plans for next thusiasm. The League inte nds to con- 11 o'clock.
year promise to interest not only those duct a thorough canvass of the. tniw-
already acquainted with the past work versity women next year-for smartl' ewInlander Board.
of the League, but also those new sums to be given to the gynmasium.' The Inlander board for '95-6 will
msembers whom every new college No systematic work has so far ben probably be composed of the follow-
year brings to Ann Arbor. , The wel- done among them as yet, and in sev- Ing: L. A. Pratt, managing editor, J.
coming committee whose duty it is to erll quarters a willinigness to give H. Prentiss, business manager, with
be in readiness to assist tbose who has been manifest d, and yet a hesi- either C. C. Parsons or L. C. Walker
are new to the University consist of tatiott due to lack of knowledge as. a the other '9th man. The two junio-
twenty members of the League with how and to whom to give, especially members of the board have not yet.
twenty members of the S. C. A., alh small suis. The faculty ladies assist-~ben Chosen.
of whom will be under Miss Julia ing the League members on the gym-
Angell, as chairman. The committee nasium committee have certainly done Kappa Sigma has deased Prof.
from the League consists of Misses their share, and it is conitdently ex- Thomas' residence on 11ll st. during
Beach, teed, Harris Butler, Boutelle, peeted th girls themselves will now his absence in Germany.
Bacorn, Marshall, Bemaan, Price Stev- assume a responsibilIty and initiative Wilson Klinger, '93, will spend mext
ens, Bacon, Otis, Caldwell, Danforth, which their personal interest and di- year in Germany at one of the un-
Daniels, Bruce, Bell, Hutchinson, rect benefit in tie new gymnastum verslties, probably Jena.
Berins. entitles them to. C. F. Lange, '94, who has lien teah-
A thousand printed slips have been As one of the most interested and ing at Manistee for the past year, is
distributed among the principals of able works of last year's advisory visiting at the Delta U house.