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December 05, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-12-05

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Published Daily (Sunday yexcepted) dorn g the
Colege year,-a
'Sees.I. The a lad Pressc enicng Block
Blotho Phones 147.
o. H,. HANS, '00 L.
Athletie Editoe, T. It. Woannoe,'Oil L
P. W. JONES, '99, A. H. MaDoonoco, '01 E,
. EAMA, s'01 L; C. HLAND, '00M,
G. D. Hcnae. '1tE.
The subscription peice at thce DAILY is082.50 lee
he college yeas, with a regulae delivacy etore
noon each day. Notices, commucnications, and
nthee mattes intended toe pueblicati on nmut be
handed in at the DAILY olice bafoes 9 p. n~o
mailed to the editor beoen 3 p. s. at the day
prevouso to that on which theyyare expocted to
Suscciptions may lee loll at the DAILY office,
etyer's, as Stoffet's newstand, 00 with Busines
xlanage. Subsceibees will confer a laces by
reporting persmptly at this office any failure o
carrers so deices payee.
All chcanges in advetising smatteosust be in
the office by 4 p.mI. on the day previous to that
on which thoey are to appear.
The election of Steckle as next
yeiar's captainl is a very wiso one. He
is an old expserienced pliayer alnd
captain, aned has tile Ihighest renfi-
declle of both players and students.
He has tis year priiven himosef tie
greatest ground gailning tackle in tie
West. He plays a cool, heady gamue,
is a good genleral, anld will doulbtiess
prove imllsf a wortihy successbor to
Captaill Benn~ett, wile hasl just closed
sucih it successful season. May ie
and ihis tease he as succesbfuli as this
year's chamlpions.
In the commsunicationl puhiisiied
today "lDeadi Broke" certainiy takes
a very extremle view of the quesetionl
lhe is disculssinlg. It may he that lie
was annoyedi hy those takinlg up a,
contrihution at tile Illinoeis and Be-
loit gamoes, It seems1 very un~fortu-.
nate that it stas necessary to take up
collectieons durinig tile progress f
tiiese games.
Bet Mr. "Dead Broke" seems inl
ihis 'very julst, thiough very triflinog
ann~oyanre, toi ihave entirely over-
leciked tile wortioy purpose for swhicli
the celiectilo cwas heinog taken. Who
will dare gainsay that taken as an'
organzatio liehad wsunderserv-
ig of thue sulpport, leaving sot of
conlsiderationl the immlcediate use to.
whiicih the moniley weas to he put. Bt
every 11an1 swio saw tile stay the
hland respeioded toi tile cali at tile
foiitball glame inl Cbicago, anoi the
great value of its stork there, sill,
say that it deservedl ali it gt twice
ever, anod mnure.
The objectinig correspeodenot ima-
plies ]]is Wtillin~gness to give to the
support of atiletics asid to the hanod
010 thois particular occasion, bult is
averse to ties manner and time of
taking such coliectieons, anod to hav-
ing "a till pacn sholved under lis nose
five tilmes for thec samoe purpose," i. e.
taking thoe hand to Chicagoi.
lHe evidently forgets tlat he was
not conopelled, and not even expected
to contrihute five times if he lad
given whlat he could the first time.
The hat wtas passed on these occasions
to enahle those who had lot con-
trihuted hefere, as "Dead Broke"
had done, an opportunity to do so.
One imuportant considesation over-r
looked hy the oft-times contrihutor=
is thoat the Athletic Association will
defeat its own end withoout his assist-
ance, if it asks for collections for an

unwtorthy purpose. If it comes too
often, witioout good cause, its eel-WEA ..
lectiOllS will fall into suchi disrepute 1
thoat no oewsill give any lonoger, and"
the hurniiig question cwiii be solved AET
per se. p=eaFO
As regarele givinog toweards a seuve- - AIAW BAN,, I STER'.*~
nir for the foothall players it imighot . tt JIIUi!I
he weell to wsait un~til suhl election IN
is asked fill' If theoc casone of F N
taking suclo a collectionl slosh prove ... SHOES
unseemoly there swill.lie abundcanit
imoe to refucsc to gveand state iweSHOlS-0RE 109 N.MMAIN STREET
grouiided reasons for such refusal, ,, _ ,,~, ,,,, ~
Northwvestern in Bad Shape,
Manoager Hart ocf Nerthowistern - U
IUiversity's foethall teamo has clcised 'i _
his hooks fer the year upono a filoall- ""' RI0T
cial failure. A depleted treasulry C u ib IN u v i
still be the oly legacy handed dew'11lImb fl t o
to the manager fer 1899, anld unless
diplloacy far superier to that of the
past fesw years is uised cext fall, the
making the necessary guaranltees tii
secore for tihe Purple a feotballF r M n S ze 34 t 44
schoedule switlothoe colleges of the M n ie 4 t 4
West. Perfecrtly elastic, fitting lke a glolve.
'Whoen tile hoard of athletic din- Most conveioient -te put 011 and .off,
trol and officers of the College Athi-beciiog enteied at the top and drawen on
letic Asseciatisoniiet after thoeTilaneks- like treuses
giving day game, the fiinancial staiid-
inog of thoe teaoo tas goeoiver andi it $1,0! $1e5, $3.00 AND $4I, 001
seas fouend thoat at least $500 wsold
he iecessary to halanlce accounts with G O E
Coaclo Baniiard, in addhitioin tee a ii . Mochoa, IReindeer, IKid. Lined and
aiuouiot, unniamled ill the itemo, of uiilined. In every fashioonahle shade.
Trailler Beutner's traiiiing table. It
teas decided to ioake a canvas
among the frieiods of footbasll and
Nortlowsesterte fer the aicoeunit and ten 14 L 5 J
men seere nlamoed as probahle centorit-
liters to theo ilunt eif $50 eahi.
When Maiiager Hart set otit fo'
fiinancial aiud,hoewsever, lie ws e i-1
fused at every tulrn alnd tohelesentl
coinditieo of tile treasur'y ei10 1d1bet- o S 0
ter thoan swheiities seasoni clesed isvetr - i. ''
a wecek age.
The Largest Unioersittj in the World. IPRESADMNFCUESO
Tile BerliioUiiver'sity lab tilej CHEMICAL amd PHYSICAL APPARtATUS.
largest nlumber ef stsieneits of aiiy MICRtOSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headqsoarters b'r all Labora-
universty ill theio erli. There are
at presenot 5,921 stueneits, 2,000 of tory Siediesl 1125S. Main Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
seloim are studyinlg inedicine, 1,291 __________________________________ _____
hats lanel448 theoelogy. :ThoeTho-e. H T CH C LA E
logical Departimeiit is oni the decliineTYH T C O O A E
and ills thle least tudenets if icny timle Nan likt elsecchera..
ill tileleast five years. Tilere alre 1200 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, -
over 500 foreigii studeilts, 100 froooeSIG SOUTH STATE STREET.
th lielSac.The loscissoeretment of Candicein the city, '{.~~ / a
m aodsehourly. Oysieesaseeved in aystyle.-'"
F. B. Gowser, '94, evhoeetoeek ll ac-,-
tive part ill oratory whsle iii college,
ioas beeio elected circuit judge otfleis If You Want Or Binding, or Pouling, or anythiing in our line, no matter
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Amnens Ineatre,'
40 People in the Music-al
"The Little Host."
Prices, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.i50.
School of Dancing
Granger's Academy.
Relt Phane a4e.
'~YET ANOTHER WEEK, until Dec. 11,
&oE. J. LA SEER the Palmist, will se-
manin Ann Arhor, 120 Eost Liherty
51 B. He has been very holy, Hlours10
ton12a.om., ltsoandi7 inS9p.mi.


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Phone119 Went Wanhington Street
State Poe14 Both Phones, No. 108. Ann Arbor.
In1 Close Paca'ks
With the coming and going ef the sasns ace the faohions
ha Shoes. The Stylesofa yesterday see nasa focgetten in the desice foc
that sf is-morcow. See oar wiadows toe ihe bcsi up-to-date line of
the styles foe to-morrow.
j 1j /( IAD 119 R IU HOWTR I Ann hibongtan St,

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