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VOL. V. No. 20.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1894.

PRICE--THREE CENTS.

40-6 THIS TIME. called, Burrows' good tackling having
Great Improvement in Team SincecotMciasmeyr.
First Game.-M. M. As Only The second half wvas reduced 1o

Touchdown a Fluke.
October 6th-'Michiigan, 12; Orchard
L~akc, 12. October, 20--Micigan, 411;
OrchasriLlake, E;. The aboveccscores
speak for thiemselves, and tiny speak
loudly for the last two week's ilrac-
lice. Ti) be sure, Orchard L~akc
scoired,. tbut it was 110 iparticulhir credit
to themll.inilg a plains fluke.
Nothing will explin ltile diifferenciel
in scores exceipt the remallrk so often
played 1bal1.''lii' 1Orchard LJaik)' men
noicied itile differene m e O~till))
much111 lstoishedi)'l lt tile difference ill
tile linle thalt facedl then). It woulld is'
lat praise. fo~r each ldid Ihis test 1)n1)
bli' for 1110 1)1o').
icihigan 101111 tile west goall in1tile
firsi;lhalf and Orchard Lake's kick-off
to thle 10 yard line wvas returniedi most-
giv'ing till ball to1 Goodrichl for a 35
yard run. Orchard tLake got 5 yalrds
ill 4 downs, 011)1 011off-side gayv'tile))
t0 mlore. With thle ball011 tile 15
yardi line, ain off-side gave Mifciigan
the ball, 011) it wals then steadily
ru~shed down tlhe feld for Villa's
toulchldownl. Timee 12 mihnute's. Baird
,missed" goal Score, 4-0.
Baird returned Orchlard Lake's kick-
cit to thle 40 yard lice, and1) the ball
was lost thlere on an off-siide. Had-)1
den's and t, erbert's tackles lost groundl
for Orchlard Lake, and 1ticlligan got
1110 ball. Gains by Richards, Dyer
anld Villa allot an off-side by Bowling
gave tRichards It touchdown on)a 181
cards run. Time seven m~inutes. No
goal. Score, 8-0.

210 mlinutes. ltloonlingston was put inl
inl plalce of Dyer, wihose 1knoo'wals
hlurt. tDeering retuned ll iciigani's
kicki-off to thle 41) yalrd linle, but1
Orchlard Lake could not gain) froml
tihere. (letting lthe ball11from ltill'p1u011
ihligan carried to O~rchlard late's

F FRESHMAN ELECTION
Passes Off Quietly.- Wedemeyer
Presides and Gives Satisfaction.
Hyde, of Grand lRapids, Is
Elected President.
Thfllass155of '1)8 1had(1a1very enthusll-
iasticIlleetin~g ;aturlIly lafte'rnoonll lt
1)0)1 succeededll'inill ectintg 1a11their
olcers withl perfect order 1and)1 ar-

evet1ill ltquarltier', LeRoy lat lift l111111' Sonuores.
fieldllfor'a t tlu)'llll1'1. Go.1)1 coel', of til la110, but1iknowvinlgthtilie t110')

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Olrchar L ake 111'retulrned'ltile 1ba11 to
ther1'41) yalrdllille 01) lh-ligllan' kiiki-
off, lilt coldlnot milll. Sichiglol's
stort, steadly gilinls 5soon1 Olit Ionei-
by5 Bloolingstopn. Seen'. 24-6).
Olrchard Lake lkic'ke'dloff to theIc.-)
yard)11line, but lMichigau un edcll'l)'ltill
ball11withl s1)a1d15'irins lto(Orchard
Lake's)5 0It) i111)10. troll) whiichl YIoll
madel a' 0toucihdown.Ililoominstollo11')
30-(i.
Bloonlillgstop m11111)1)' til'tolele-

110t runnllingffo~r 11115 offic e e tiu t
le w)1u1)d 1)1ot bc illtill'w1)y. ticIx-
11115'boistetrousness, 1and)1 (llillgS'M.
Welely'r, '9-4 1ii1111d1't)._)lao', to
till c'halir io ipreside,'. leeleft the dihapell.
Aftel' tile appot meililnts of telle,
the) following 11en11 we)nlomlilint'd for
pres0i11idnt lAfssrs. IF. Hyde, Seabu~ry,
of till' othercrandtlidaltes, leaving 01115
two celllstantls ill till'fielld. ASr.
in~g 1117 to 6ff.

1101111illabout tfoutr lllilltes, end ru11115 Miss WAinlifredi Beamnl, of AnnlIAl'-
by)5'Ferbert 1and1 IL'lonardl assistinlg. hoc, was elecedi 1ice lpresidlent, 1a1nd
Leonardl w111 subsltitute'd for l.l'1115, Miss Decker, of Battle Creek, see)')-
11h11011115inljured. Score', 10-61. tary' by'acclamalltionl. Mr. Otto 1111110
Orchlard Lake's kick-off111a5 return- of S00)11 Bendt, In)1., delfeatedl Mr.
etd to thle 40 yard line, Wvhere Orlchlard TrowIbrihdge for trealsurer, and M Sr.
Lak1e0got the' ball1 for holdin1g. Orc- Roy H~ardy, of St. LouisSte., was
and (1Burrow1s fill 011 till'ball, when I1Henry ' l.
Bloonmingstoll Imissedl it. Orchalrd T1110toastmastershlip 11as mlonceded
Lake hlad the ball 011 Michigan's 20 to tile fraternlities. As it. I'. Standl-
yalrd line, but Vill's tackling coin11- art, Sigmna t'ili, of tDetroit, w1110tile
poelledthe11011to kick, SMichligan 11)111-1111)1c0o10511 at1tile fralternlity5'acusl,
111ff, a ttuhckllill. Fromlltile 25 yardhe110,v115 teclared unan11imously15'elected.
line Mlichigan steadlily10011 tile ball The question of electillg a baseball
1101w11for It toulchdown-l1byS'Bloomlings- mlana~ger 1105 tiscutssetd and1 llid over
toll. No goal. Score, 40-6. un~til thle next lnbeling.
Mtichigaln had retulrned Orchard Mr. Wedemeyl'1er p~resided fairly and1(

NO GOOD STUDENT
Thys to 112111 wtlout 1)1)01s.
Solue peolple thloughi try to use
Weo Say Buy Ihose Whch Hae Tne
We sell that 1kin1d.
51 South Main t.
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opp100111rt Hue11.1n0St.
If you wan111 to got a fine box of
CHOCOLATE BON-BONS
Cheap; Hot or old Lunches Either
Night or Day go to
R. E. JOLLY & CO., State St.
REUBEN H. KEMPF,
1)01)1tle o'IlConse.rvatry,
Stutat,nGtemany
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Musical
Composition; also the Art of
Teaching.
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IHIOT iU1i7QHiEIS
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+ TUTTLE'S,
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tmle, thtermostatingt)1Owith dtceof admisl-
sion). Allclsoee are Undcr the Peroali1-
struction) sit Mr. 01)1dIMrs. Moss Grlngr. N
sairs to smount. (Offc5)1ndlDancg Hlsi) 1)
till grond flor, 13 llylrdst.
WAN'SBOOKSIOBE!
We utter discount on all
University Text-Books,
Law, Medical, Pharmaceutical
and Scientidic Books.
We boy anld sell second-hand books.
Mathemnatcal Instruments and
Drafting Supplies at special
rates. We oter
Best Linen Paper at 20c Per Lb.
BEST NOTE BOOK FOR 25c.
SOLE; AGENT FfOR
++- WAIFOMANS ID191 FUNTAIN PEN.-+

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Baird injured 1110 kneec in1retutrninog Lakles111110-o1115 alt
Orchard Lakes next kickl-off, bntt00)1- The line up:
tinned11playing. Steads' 0winslof 4 to

8yards by halves and tackles sent
Yent over for a touchdownu. Time
four minutes. No goal. Score. 12-0.
Baird punted back Orchard Lake's
kick-off to center of f01)1, and Good-
rich took it back 10 yards, Orchard
take lost grtound, and Deeriug tunted
in touch) at MTicfhigan's 45 yard line.
Villa, Yout and Rtichards gained wcell,
and Richards got a touchidow-n in
eight tminutes. Goal by Baird. Scote,
18-0.

[7. of M. 1'OSIT1ION0.
Gireeaf s----lect e1-1-
Villa-c------ettale -e
Eilude- cc------lf1011111....
Smith----------- eter..---
tlrosisoic- 'c--- iht guard.-.
Yost --------rght tacleie.
Iloddes- 'l---- ilht end.--
Basird---------qarter.---
F serlert-h----ect half ---
Blomingto------ rghthalf111).
Dlyer- to------fll hock---.
U'mpire-Lieut. Strog,. BA]
ual~ds, U . of M. Timlekeeper-
MI. Attendane, S0t.
Prof. D'Ooge wiill lectui
Sunomer in Norwvay .land
Tuesday evening, at the ilo
Douglas, (2 E. Huron s1.

1110 lenlter impa~rtially', )1d111010t110 praiise of
the freshmuen.11l110 ff1110im a tulnani)-
111011 vote of thlank~s.
hr. M. A. Adrian Tomorrow.
---ohlrbau-hlI r'oniorrow tile 'Varsity plas tile
----- inl n~l
---- rise Adrian College eleven at 111e Atletic
----stont~l
---Davidono held at 4:10. 'Ibis wvill be the last
----Burows
_.b---.Ooodril1 hbome;cnolsmotmpehp
----1 sll ail ~ 011 100 lrlaps
--toch t n util tile Oberlin ff11110on :Noeember-
1.. tRferee-
-'arker, U. of 17. As to the Adtriain teamo, so little' is

'0 01) "SIl'
l 8weoleh, -
)Inc of liss
'The lecture'

kn~owno 11110 it is imp~ossible to e'stimtel
w1110 sort of aI gamue tly Ivill pt up~l.
'1110college is Ia 0)1101 0)10'.but 1111
grellt inte'rest in footblall andlihain~
the past turned out good teams11. illa

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Ochard Lakekedllloftlo th0101010 i our tno' Onlitofll th0e0110 ies11' Lib willbe unlable to play tomor'r'ow, but
Yard line and Michigan had returned racy Association. Everyone tisivitedh.n-ill be all right by Saturday. Capt. TWO~' ST'ORES.
thbil to tecetrwo im tas Amsin20 cents. B irdvill b lyn na (ayor twio. Utiipity Boostore, DownsTown),
bal th cnte, tlel 111 Amisio Bard be laingin daynsSt.e s1. Opp. Court Ilouse.

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