VOL. IX, No. 22. ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1898. FOun PAGES.
T 'VARSITY SCORED ON. 28 yard line and Widman carried it Jas. Whitcomb Riley's Early Work
- over for a touchdown on the next It seems hard to believe that James
Drop Kick From 45 Yard Line Did play. Times 8 minutes. Snow kick- Whitcomb Riley gave his first public
the Work. ed goal. recitations from a patent medicine
1Case got next kick-off on 20 yard wgn Schseei h at
The first score against the 'Varsity line for off-side play. Could not ad- wagon.a buch, however, its the fact.
FINE FALL SUITINGS. H was made yesterday afternoon when vance ball and were thrown back to y i his teens he took up
Quarrie, the left tackle of the Case 40 yard line by Snows tackling sign-painig. But let ne tell the
E Scientific School eleven, drop-kicked Quarrie kicks a goal from the field, story inhis own words:
Sthe ball over Michigan's goal from ariro had tried to read law with my
balloverMich ggolfm the ball striking tie cross bar of tie father, ut didn't sem to et any-
ythe 45 yard line. The 'Varsity won goal and bouncing over. gathercobetofid3 tt5,einmte get ad-
by the score of 23 to 5, us the best Michigan gets the next kick-off on where. A doctor in Greenfield ad-
T WE CARRY THE LARGEST T played game of the season. The the 35 yard line and Caley tried a vised me to travel, as my health was
STOCK A Case School men were confident of place kick but failed. Case got the bad. How i the world can a man
STC A winning the game but were out-playdbalnhe10yr ieadkked travel without money? It was just
ou-lydball on her 10 yard line and kicked
IN THE CITY. by the 'Varsity in every respect. to the 22 yard line. Caley missed an- this time that the patent medicine
The 'Varsity's work was very ec- other place kick but Michigan-got man came along. He needed some-
L couraging to the coaches and the im- the ball on the 10 yard line. Barabe body, and I argued this way: 'This
proveinent over last Saturday's play made 5 and Wi man 5 more for man is a doctor, and if I must travel
0 0 was noticeable. Her interference was touchdown. Snow kick goal. Sore "better travel withi a doctor.'
108 E. WASHINGTON ST. better and quicker in getting formed IS to 5 at the.end of first half. l Heok had a fle team and a nice
I and the men played with more life The second half was only 15 mi- looking lot of fellows with him, so I
and put ip a snappier game. tes long owing to the darkness. The plucked up courage and asked to go
The 'Varsity's defensive work was 'Varsity dii not put sp as good play- along and paint his advertisements.
Y Varsiy did nt put u as goo play-I rode oto onbhn hs
especially good. Until the last part ing this half as the first, the only fea- Iore out of tow behid tsose
of the game, when our men grew a ture being Widman's 35 yard run tohorses without saying goody to any
little careless on account of the darkthe 25 yardline, whereCaleybucksthe oe..
++++++....+.+.iess, Case was not able to gain a line 7 more and Steckle carries te 'Our oily tlsslpatii was clothes.
single yard against Michigan and was ball over fsor a touchdown in a pretty oudressed loud.cu i couldtear
You May Have compelled to punt every time she got i8 yard run. Snow did not try for ur clothes oncalculable distance.
Z Forgotten the ball. goal as it was too dark. had nw idea it helped business.
YOUR TOOTH BRUSH, The features of the game aside Case got the next kick-off down to Our plai sas to take one firi of
YOUR BLACKING BRUSH, from Quarrie's magnificent drop- our 45 yard line when time was each busmess i mu town, paint its ad-
or YOUR WHISK-ROO5L, kick, were the three long gains made called, with the score standin' 23 vertiseients on every road.
-*- fby Widman of 48, 35 and 30 yards to 5. 'o TOn MooNEY's,'
The one you have may be wvor nout, respectively. Snow made a beauti. Line-up was as follows: and things like that, ou understand.
an. you. may want tireiace it. We ful tackle throwmg his man back 10 r
have them anl in up-to-(late style.g MICHIGAN. CASE- We made a good thng of it, too.
our1ineof Drruggists sundries is yards. Steckle and Caley played a Brown,Smith..... .c.......Muhlhaser For three or four yearsewe mad mmre
complete.,, fun thriaet ai. o eignsnim ac 0emiae oirysulwtimimg tiots
c ete good gaien both being strong om de-' Franc................g.. Farr
WILDER'S PHARMACY + fensive work and also sure of mak- Caley................ g.............Poe u than anybody.
+ 33i sotmut st stret. + n the required dtae witi thi Steckis...........r t..Weathierbes "You've heard thme story about umy
_ lac white...........1.t.........Quarri traveling all overithe State as a blind
_++.+++++ .+.++++++ ball. Snow...........r. e.......Reel sign-painter? Well, that started this
Michigan was penalized repeatedly Teetzell......... l.e . Peterka
for holding and for off-side plays. Talcott............. . eding,Capt. y. ne day we were in a small
the OLD RELIABLE This has been the case in every game Barabe......... ....1. h.......... Lewis town somewhere, and a great crowd
House. Hot and cold lunches I XWidman..... .. .......r. h.... ......Barco 'watchming us in breathless wonder and
at all hours. Chocolates and Ice this year and should be corrected by Weeks, Street.......f..........Bingham curiosity. One of our party said,
Cream Soda Water, Pipes, Cigars and the coaches. Eight offences of this Score: Michigan 23, Case 5. Touch- 'rity e uf ourrpdrty smiasi,
Tobacco, and full line of Smoking Sup- kind were committed by Michigan downs-Widman 2, Barabe, Steckle. 'Riley h .es
plies. R. E. JOLLY & CO. yesterday each of them losing for her Goals from touchdown-Snow 3. Goals blind sign-painter. So, just for mis-
308 So. State Street. . from drop kick -Quarri. Umpire- chief, I put on a crazy look in the
from 5 to 15 yards each and some- Clark. Referee--Jones. Timekeeper- eyes and pretended to be blind. They
times the ball. There is no excuse Simmons. Attendance 600. Length of icd me earefumly t the iidder amd
for this and it should be corrected. lalees-2y aid 15 minutes.
Casehkicked-0fandut5ominutess handed me my brush and pants It
Case kicked-off out of ound. To Talk on Constantinople. was great fun. I'd hear them say-
Tm0S o t"kicked lfrom the 25 y inrd l e Mrs. Agell has ge erosly cou- sas I workedg t 'Thatrell.. ai in't
Tat dthlu. widasietur etohe4mmm0sented to give a talk on Constanti- blind!' 'Yes, he is, see his eyes!' 'No,
The Tooth Brushes that yard bie. Widman, Weeks and nople Saturday afternoon, Oct. 22, at he ain't, I tell you, he's playin' of!'
I sell for 25c, or more, are Barabe made 15, 6 and 10 yards re 3 o'clock, at the Ladies Library build- 'I tell you he is blind! Didn't you
good brushes, and are spectively to the 25 yard line where..
well made. If you should speytrie aik. Admission, 25 cents. A cor- see him fall f a box there and spill
that hedsitsDaley tried a pice kick bunt Case
get one that sheds its b . . dial invitation is extended to all. all his paimt?'
bristles blocked it, and got the ball ''the mid- "All this time I was writing for
i WILL dle of the field. It was lost to Michi- Facultt Tennis Team Wins. purposes of recitation. I couldn't
REPLACE IT. gan on downs. Caley hit the hne for Yesterday the faculty tennis team, find printed poetry that was natural
8, Widman 5, Weeks 6 and Widman composed of Prof. Trueblood and enough to s>eak.
E. E. CALKINS. for 6 more, landing the ball on the Mr. Jocelyn, defeated Ashcraft and "When I found something pleased
0 yard line. Barabe took the ball Wilbur, 6-3, 7-5. The victorious the people, as I'd hold 'em up and
--over for a touchdown on the next faculty team is t play Ypsilanti's read 'cm to them, Id sind it uhf to a
Football Clothing pay in 10 minmutes. Suos kicked star team in the course of the next magazine, and it would come back
goalfetedmyse___k___-______fewdaysquite promptly by return mail. Judge
adBarabe got tie next kick-off and Martimndae gave mc a aimigob omi
Gym. Suits and returned it to the 30 yard line. He Alumni Game. tyindmauepgav Joa lg which
then made a pretty run of 15 yards Earl D. Babst, secretary of the reallyiap onimyrfeet.
Sweaters. aided by Snow's interference. Case .Detroit Association of U. of M. Al. re"a ut his tmsfe eIgot a letter
Sweaters.____got the ball on an off-side play, but ummi, with Geo. P. Codd and Paul fromu Ltnisgfeome cosceig some
could not advance it, so punted to F. Bagley, is working up the annual verses that I had had the nerve to
completeinur Sitock ntmst Michigan 30 yard line. Weeks made excursion of Detroit alumni to at- ask him to examine, in which he said
Sane You a Ssiddle-man's Profit, 10 yards, and then the ball was given tend the game the "old grad-' foot- the verses showedite truep fac-
s we ha ytmmnue asanfee- to Widman who made a beautifulballists play with the'Varsity eleven and
.pecialorder. run of 45 yards around right end. Oct. 29. Fully 300 are expected to
W a Barabe and Steckle each made five attend from there. Last year the
more and Case got the ball again for alumni eleven defeated the 'Varsity Students of the Medical and Den-
holding. Barks made 10 yards, the 12-0, in the liveliest and hottest tal Departments will hold a social in
TWO STORES longest gain for Case in the game. game of the Michigan teams season. Newberry Hall, Friday evening of
Up Town Down Down Case punted to the middle.of the field Most of the old-timers on hand to this week. Miss Shirley Smith, Mr.
State St. Opp. Court House and got the ball on an off-side play. play last year will appear again this A. J. Dresser and Mr. J. E. Stoffer
(lain Street Michigan gets it on a fumble at the year. are the committee in charge.