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VOL. IX, No. 32. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1898. Foun PAGES.
'Varsity'sPractice Will Be Secret. An Extra of the Daily. Trophy Room Finished.
The coaches spent all their time Ever on the watch to supply the The trophy room in the Gym. has
yesterday afternoon in trying to get student body with fresh and accurate been fixed up, pictures have been
the men to play fast ball, and to a news, the DAILY has conceived the hung, etc., and everyone is cordially
T certain degree succeeded in their idea of publishing a 6 o'clock extra invited to step in and examine it.
efforts. In the practice the backs edition Saturday, Nov. 5, giving a The trophies as yet are few in nm-
H 'FINE FALL SUITINGSI H got started quicker than they have detailed telegraphic account of the her, but they will come in gradually
before, this season and the play was Michigan-Northwestern game at Ev- and in time the University can boast
E E fast. Villa and Henninger were out anston. This is the first time in the of a trophy room such as any eastern
and assisted in the coaching and history of the DAILY and, to our college would be proud of.
Jimmie Hogg, halfback and captain knowledge, the first time in the his- The room has been furnished with
T WE CARRY THE LAREST T of last year's eleven was also out and tor' of college journalism, that an a now set of chairs, tables and ma.
expressed himself as being very grati- edition of this kind has made its hogany cases, and presents an at-
A STOCK A fled to see the quality of football the appearance. tractive appearance. Great credit is
IN THE CITYmen were putting up. The circumstances surrounding the due Football Manager H. B. Potter,
Caley was not out as his shoulder game next Saturday make it especi- who has worked hard and consistent-
is still troubling him. Steckle did ally desirable that the news reach ly in raising the necessay funds,
LM L not line up on account of his ear here promptly. The larger number obtaining trophies, pictures, etc. He
which was torn in last Saturday's of the student body will be unable has been aided in his work by vari-
game. Snow is steadily improving to attend the contest in person, yet ous members of the Athletic sBoard
105 E. WASHINGTON ST. n in his punting and made three punts as a means of comparing Michigan's
R R of 45 yards each in the practice. strength with Chicago's, the gme is The U. of M. Whist Club.
Neither side succeeded in scoring a of great importance and the DAILY Tme old members of the U. of IN
touchdown, although the 'Varsity means to give the students the first Whist Club ire making strenuouss
scored a safety. For the rest of the complete account and this, one hour efforts to add to the club rolls the
week the 'Varsity will have secret after the last whistle has sounded. names o as many ,students as possible
-- practice and there i will be no admit- The score by halves will be re- interested in whist. About 30 old
f ++e+++++.+ + .+.++tance to the field except to players. ceived and poted at once on te members have returned to college
You May Have The team will leave for Evanston DAILY billctin board at Riegents and already 12 new men have been
g next Friday morning at 8:13 o'clock. Field if a game is in progress there; elected to membership It was de-
Forgotten'['ihe players hned up for practice if not, in some other conspicuous cided at the regular meeting Th rs-
YoIngi TOOTh lRusH, +asfollows: place which will be announced later. day night to extend a geoieril ivita-
YOUR BLACKING BRusHA, RSITY. ScRUBs. The DAILY will be in telegraphic tion to all students in the University,
orY OURW HSK-BROOM, Cunningham, . ....versmith communication with its representa- interested in whist, to attend the next
-OR-Brown... vrm t i
- Francs...... e..A. tive on Sheppard Field and will regular meeting in the rooms of the
Tnedmaeys mtt'oe pae . i. e Dye.... ...... ..... .. . e print TwO COLUMNs of telegrams Masonic Club on State street next
haIs thesm a i up-to-date stie. White .... ....r.t............ Howell direct from the scene of battle. The Thursday evening. All who accept
Om siete.D gist's Smidres Is Avery..........1. t............Larson paper will not be delivered, but will the invitation will be given an oppor--
+ WILDER S PHARMACY Brdnett.o.n....h.. . ............ics be sold at 3 cents per copy. A tunity to play with the club that
+ 33 southS stateStreet. Ferbert.. .....q.............Mohr limited number will be issued and to evening and applications for mem-
+ McLean ............rh.........Ganshow insure getting one leave name and bership will be received from all who
Widman.............h.........Baldwin amount at Myers, Millers, or Stoff- desire to present them. It is not
DON'T FORGET McIonald.. Malone let's mewtand. necessary that applicants be experts
Praises Chicago's Worm in the play of whist though it is de-
the O nd LIAL rases Chicawo Work. Department Debating Finals. sirable that they possess some know-
Houses. Hot and cold lunches Walter Camp, who attended tie The Debating Board met ast night edge of the gammi. Omne of tie prime
at all hours. Chocolates and Ice game at Franklin Field last Saturday t e atrngeB or me s igha pe s of the m is o tud pri
Cream Soda Water, Pipes, Cigars and to see how the westerners compared to make arrangements for the final purposes of the club is to study ans
Tobacco, and full line of Smoking Sup with Pennsylvania, made the follow- debates. They expected to receive acquire proficiency in whist as it
pies. R. E. JOLLY & CO itg Pe nia seas f the the question for debate with Pennsyl- scientific and delightful means of
308 So. State Street. ig statement imi his criticism of tie
-----_ game. "Chicago excelled and was vania, but were disappointed. The recreation, which fact presupposes as
the stronger behind the line. Herh- question will however be announced capacity for development.
M work was fine and he has osoon. The department finals will be The rooms of the Masonic club
MyCoughBalsam equal as a kicker fn the gridiron to held next week, the Alpha Nu- have been secured for the year, dur-
day, either in the east or west." Adelphi debate taking place Monday ing which meetings will be held every
is as nearly harmles as a Harry Williams, a star halfback of eve, and that between the Webster Thursday evening. Competition for.
medicine can be and be the famous Yale team of 1890, said and Jeffersonian societies, on Tues- places in the annual tournament be-
effective. It is made of after the game: "Chicago has every day. eve. Both will be held in Room gins from the first meeting, it being
just such things as the reason to be proud of its team, for it 24. arranged that only teams of highest
doctors use for coughs outplayed Pennsylvania at every The Webster debaters are Geo. scores will be eligible. At Thursday
and is the best thing to point during the first half. Chicago's Kingsley, F. D. Eaman, and Chas. night's meeting the top scores were
use until the doctor touchdowvn vas earned by straight, Simons, and those of the Jefferson- made N. and S. by Flansburg andt
srTian are S. Sanger, Cloud, and Cole. Ellsworth, E. and W. Smiths and
come. 25 cents, hard football. Tie circhimgo'The Alpha Nu will be represented by Thorsguard were tied with Lowe and
E. ~. C LKINS. Pemnsyvania's suds by Chicag's E. hheimfrank, A. R. Wistrand, and D. T. Jones.
E. E. CALKINS. halfbacks was the best t have ever G. . Ohlimger, and tie AdeJphi byAD.T.Jnes.
seen done against the Quakers. Penn- rTEAMS STANDINx.
sylvania's touchdown durmeg Peins L. Young, W. B. Harrison, and C. 1 Ellsworth and Flansburg.. +
N ow on Salel half was almost a fluke, as there were D. Hurrey. The judges for these 2 Miller and Murrell...... . --
but twelve seconds left to play contests will be announced later, as 3 Lowe and Jones..........+-6
Herschberger's kicking was the best will also the date for the final debate. 4 Smith and ThorsgtfT.rt ..+ 6
New Third Edition of I have ever seen on Franklin field."' Upon the direction of the Ameri- 5 Montgomery and Fisher. .- 6
COQ L EY'S .can Association for the Advancement 6 Cramton and Watkins.... + 6
, omeop Election . of ScienceProf. Patterson and Dr. 7 Robison and Babcock...... + 2
Class'01 Hommeops held their an- Guthe of tie University, duriig the 8 Mandeibaum and Verdier. . 0
CON.STITUTIONA4L D leto ls veigrscuing ute f Pattni ersodngidD Psbhoeann Bbmc.
LW a foesis: Pas res.,0. Braleyog past year made a redetermination of 9 Marshal and Phllipson. .. -- 2
L AW, as follows: Pres., 0. R. Bradley, the ampere, the result of which is of 10 Storms and Sinover.......- 9
B ATornto Ca.;Vice-Pres., Miss Scott, time greatest imeportaece, being re- 11 Daumforth amid Damiforth.... 2
By ANDREW C. MOLAUGHLIN, Mass.; Sec.-Treas., Rowley, Mich.; ported to the associationb by Prof. H 12 Anderson and Leas....... -11
A. M., LL. n., Professr of Am. History, Athletic Mngr., A. R. Moore, Vt.; S. Carhart, secretary of the commit 13 Coon and Felker.........-11
University of Mihiga, Program committee, E. C. Dunning, tee The Electrical Wsrd of Oct
Cloth Binding.................$2 50 Mich. The class will hold regular 22 devotes considerable space to a . A bulletin board has been placed
Full Law Sheep.................3.00 monthly mseetings the first occuring review of the matter and its import- in thehallway leading ticthe bae-
FdyNov. 19th. a'c- memt of tme Gym, on which mistines
" F riday , N ov . 19th . an e. _G y m,_ _onto football m en, class tea m s, ete .,
W a hr's Book store Sol. Coolidge, '98E., was in town "Bob" Larned, '98, of Lansing, will be placed and will supply a long
from Detroit Saturday attended the alumni game. felt want.

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