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VOL. IX, No. 28. ANN ARBOR, 1ICI., 'THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1898. Four PAGES.
J ~ Athletic Board Meeting. Manyj Alumni Coming. Football Pracice.
At the meeting of the board last The U. of M. alumni are every one yesteray's raw and chilly weather
evening arrangesoents were completed mnaking strong efforts to get to Ann seemedl to put more snap and ginger
for the Chicago game Thanksgiving. Arbor for the alumni game. Te inte the players, and their work was
TT The game will be held on Marshall alumni societies in Chicago, Detroit, better than the day before. The field
FIEFLtUTNS Field, and a new grandstand, capable Toledo, and other places are sending was ii wretched shape and the mess
H IEFL UTN$ H of seating 7,000 Per-sons swill be out notice to their members and rg. played on the part west of the track.
ereced saking the entire seatingigthmo attend. Special rates will Neither Cunningamn nor Caley were
E E capacity of the feld about 9,000. be made frosm Chicago and IDetrot. out, the latter being laid uip still with
The management expect a big crowd The DAILY has just received the fol his lame shoulder. THosell, '00 L,
CAR p and are making preparations accord. loting notices: was lined up for the first time at
T Wi fE CARRY THE LARGEST T ingly.I UNIVERSITY OF MCHGAN ASOCA guard and tackle. le is an inex-
I The trophy room furniture and' TION of DEROI. perienced player, but strong and
A STOCK A fixings have arrived and the room The Association has arranged for a heavy, weighing 198 pounds. Avery
IN THE CITY. will be fixed p today. The room special train to Ann Arbor, ffor the was put at tackle and~ did better thasn
Iwill be the one directly to the right football game between the Alusmni he has beei doig at half. The
after entering the gymnoasiusm, sonl and 'varsity elevens, Saturday, Oct. coaches taught the mes several new
LI curtains sill he husng betseen the 29, leaving Detroit at 12:15 o'clock plays whirlhthey used againsmt the
0rosesasd tie hall. Tfhe trophies in p s., asd leaving Asnn Arbor for re Scrubs for shor gaus. B3y eas of
108 E. WASHINGTON ST. U tie shape of pictures, basners, etc., turn at 7:30 p.i., stasdard tisse. ose of these plays XWidman wasatpt
w sill be arrasnged ist cases at thin sides Fare for the roussd tril, 81; tickets through the Scrubs ie and(1rss the(
R I of this room. Thesnecessary funds good on any train returning Saturday legtht of the field with the hall.
were raised bypromsiet almissanil aniiSunsday. Themen(1 lieiliup as folows:
by personal susbscriptiuiss by inmci Tickets ems sale at Michigasi Ces- ~ss
"emo i.Ahei or.Eey teal depot, Wright, Kay Co.,Iron.........esmti
Xo i ne s minied to is iSt the room 1an s tn emBrioiwSu~emi& nne. ..........Ioe rnmer
t-inishi"m-an a tegffceof tie secetmry, Alien..... .....iye
lie s md6lcids l iv ihmi. Y ifmt Buildisig. Cosic iindihdeAvery,'te~kie ....r.t. et i nsist
You May Have 1ig party tin the gysmasiumfofr tie fend the claimiiionship so goriouslyWihite, Avery_.. t. . Larson, Howell
beneitof he ssoiatonto omeoffwolya'Snow ......re...... . timichaw
or'gotten emtto semsucaitm otmi ii cm atyear. "iNumme AhisisimisBennett, IHicks..e....Richardson
+ rnt imediiately after tie fiotlall seasn Hiht." Gon PCne Street.q... 'alcott
YUTOT BRS, closes, ini all probablihty Dec. E1,micoorri . Iten.
the rembots. The associationm is great- PAUL F. BAtEY, Widman... . lii.Milone, Vernon
orYly xy-ROM 1'iin need of fods atid believes that Directors. Weeks....... ..f. Itmi..lanomi
f*on suschi an maffir wouldmliiet with tie- ---
Ou lneofrug W iiSndriesI All are invitecd thepa tito be The annuaVarsityAu i foit- Qut a stir his been amousei by
Sompe .ss .5.55m strictly ifral li thersutof tie mngieer's caucusn
+WILDER'S PHARMACY Sihiard also vitesdto futrnish timheald gamitslAbier aturiltiROt. 29. yafrtsiseiriimicis
335 5suth Stt treet. .IfT . Band-wthsuifotrsms n re- bn a efceIwt'h 1esoe
turnsfor shicehsthis band is to furnish ThinMichsiganmiCentral Ramilroadulalimikt m s-tas tfteifesthsentierBsotv
ssiis msic free f charge at all gasmes, mase its thin rate of $7.45 for thectce ota hnfehnsimesh
- - - un~~~mder cintrltepstonifsce
DON T FORGET tilima sseetings, inoor smets, etc. rounmd trip. 'In secure thitheextremels ty trIaumer ostik smsdofaere-
the OLD RELIABLE lie suniforsms will be ordered imusc- low rate it isas necessary tin guarantee taar, trasnrrtra ckmudtte iehair-
1-tese.ttoandoidunchs datey ad sillarrie hs ttneforthithhin stle of ia large nmbisier of ticketsmssmgras e smmshtscar
at all hours. Chocolates and ice Detrioit game nmd the band's sdbut i Unusutal hreparations ass being made CeamSduWte, iesssgrsansiptrspn. s oAeonso asse- yth suinutdyctessmsmei hhel Bow ofin adithiso metn
ahrnsTohacco, and toll line of Smoking Sup- mmiian other oranistions timws-lcteeheiajhst ssigmustsmceig
plies. R. E. JOL LY &CO. tie C.F Yemiismseecehttc visiting aumnmmi. Give yourself the sday eveigan-iddta
308 So. State Street. C.F eopwseetdtaktewolfuerhrtancue.
mamager, vicecHariry ItPottr insisi iwas slemasure of a visit tou your sliaum teur tsyisosu us mtsrtuuscssem
ti un mdcr such attactive conditionss. This asmeesuch ass ssprecedhsstesl fir-ale-
electeud footbam an mmmager soe5ime tam vhilaea 01 u.mslrto tie Eninemerig Iepmrtrnt.
Wa A ag. A director to ill isis piace willrin 'ills teareteate1u0:siuat.timelepart
be elected at thi n ext mueeting. day, Oct.28. 'lickets angoodsu l tr-
_________________ hmgiim mss rgssmu- rai smtilmiid~ mets mapart, wivhilwsillimtouice
Too 1 B W Almni_ Solcridionanigularud ray, Oct.i0 lickdets mgificent cemicains. At ths
I ootdi Brush ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ clurs AlmiSuoendtrau iht ytimecmium.mite ths nmetimg it inas ecidedulthat 'Thomu-
The otsBrushesthat semi saloedbheadhteCtickettaid Bruiwe
I sell for 2e, or more, ae ae mOnef thin attrmactionss for Alsumni statieon emssay ofidearture. stakeoilmeoffice ftrcearer. w
good brushes, and are Day next Saturday is to e a smomker lli NEYAlS. BAxrms, Secretary, taeheofcofrase.
well made. If you should given iii Co. A Armorey in tie evesn-a 1208 Asimand Bk. Another caucus inas hld yesterday
gritloetatshdsit tug fter tie gamme. A large attend-si.I ssLESsIS, Ptresidet. fur tieuurpose of filisgut this rest
assls nes is desired, every udergraduate of their ticket. At this meetin
I WILL as ins-nl as every aumniusmsbieing invit- BHare and Hound un. ass attempt inas missie by tie Besscot-
-REPLACE IT. Jend. Tiers will be speeches by uueus- Cross country runms will be hldCritcret to capture ssme f tec offices,
________________________________gone by inilhe spuus by promsinemnt lbe russ ufliSmtursaymrn inittsg. 'The lit a ews of their usnumsbir prset
___________ ---___-__ -- alumni, Pa Henninger amd others course will sut e lonug its thin start At hismseting tie fulloinusg tick-
FOOTBALL CLOTHING wnill tell about this fatuous Harvard but thin distance winvil be increased et inas placed iii the ileu1:Pesident,
GYM. SUITS AND good tne inill hee1ud. Tie admis been showsn, and it is hosped that this Daluon; treasurer, 1. J. Brown;
sion will be only 25 cents amd a cor- call made is today's DAILY inill secretary, Mr. Houuston; ortr, Mr.
shah invitationm is extended to every bring out mnay new mn. Keen Utey; toastmaster, Mr. Sadiart;
SWEATERS. oteini college to b Ipresnt. Alum-m.Ftzpatrick heartily endorses this historian, Mr. Rosth; prphiletess, Miss
iii ins- ni ill e admitedifineestd musy traiting for those isteuding to enter erry; poet, Miss Cuuumigs; bas-
Osemusm m it mmIobtain tickets upon aplpication to utsthiodstanc runsunmext srimig ball masager, Mr. Bruur; muaager
compete ma the ciy, and We Ca~m President Weimnstehin. A big crowd All inho hiss- doue ay ling sdistance taktauM.Jhmsi.N n
aine Yeua a Sidi ar"he-mn P rafi of "old grad" will be in totsn and w or in Ishs are interested inill ac- inas nominuated tr thus Inader
soers imndhtine m made isosourinill attend the smoker and a lively commodate the managemment byhiad- board.
speia order. time is anticipated. Let everyone lg their names to C. F. Melhp or Mr. Standart has also beens 55m-
j j torn out. J. F. McLean. ated by the Besotrmeum for toast-
W A"R ' "Cont VllaHee.foo- uater, thus insuringhisiselection.
mseVlaHr. The Ann Arbor High Schoolfot The remainder of tie ticket will be
TWO STORES "Count" Villa arrived last night ball eleven will nmeet the eleven from nominated today, prbably without
Up Town Down Down and wilil be ready to play his old po Pontiac High School next Friday opposition, and the election will be
state St. Opp. Court House sition at tackle in the alumni game afternoon at the Fair Grounds. The held Saturday at 2 o'clock, in Room
il'ain street on Saturday. game will be called at 3:30 p. mn. . 10, University Hall.

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