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November 01, 1897 - Image 2

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the bhall. Feberit, Heniner a
- teckels each made 5 yards wi:
Farnham made the remainder of
Published Daily (stndays excepted) during distance for a touchdown. Bloomi
the College year, at ston kicked goal. Score 6 to 0.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Bloomingston carried the ball on t
OrricE: Times building, 329 S. Main St. be- next kick-off back to the 35 yard it
tween Liberty and William Sts.
Ott a. fake kick tihe bail wao fuichb
IANAGING EDITOR and it went over to the 'Vars
J. F. THOMAS, '00 L.
-- Hodgman punted back of goal
BUSINESS MANAGER Bloomington puxted 30 yardo.
0. H. HANS, '00 L. .
game for the remainder of the h:
EDITORS consisted mostly in eXchanging ki
it. B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. nsistod motl etanging ki
E. L. GESMIsMER, '93 L. - - Monday and ended with tte bal on 'Varsil
BUTLER L.AMB,'00, - - - Tuesday 10 yard line.
G. I. HUDNUTT, '00, - Wednesday In the next half halley made
T. R. WoODROw, '9,0 Thursday Alumni's second touchdown after
A. CAMPBELL.,'99l, - - - -Frdayseeso shr rsh. dg
I. A. CAMPBELL., 00, - - - Saturday
blocked the trial for goal. Score
to 0.
Hodgman kicked off for 30 ylrt
The sobs.'riptian price tof the Daily is $1.10 ttodgt.n kicked ott o
for the college year, aith a regular delivery ltmiiigston '('tlred wit t is
before noon each day. Notices, communica- hat netted 40 yards here the 'v
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily ofcebe- sily did the best work and beh
fore 8 p. m., or mailed to the editor before 3
D. m., of the day prevous to that on which sItlenidid interference Hogg matte a
theuuc ns may belet at The Daily of 20 yards. Then Felver made 8 o
office. Meyer's or Stofiet's Newstand, or clever double pass. Gordon imm
with Business Manager. Subcribers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this tately following it tll with a dodgi
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper. ds11 for 22 yardis. Af ter several m
The alumni seem to bei waking p. Short gains ithe ball went over
cwaig Ldowns. 'Varsity got tilt bal it
at no time in recent years has there fiwis. md glt ked. n
been the entusiasll among the ex- tuible and Hodgman kicked. T
students that was shown Saturday. kick was lheeled and Biooiaingst
Large delegations were present at the look a fair trial for goal froi the
College Alumnae and Political Science yard line which was sticessftul. Sei
Association meetings, Polt the attend- 15 to 0. Shortly liter lis Hutchins
Assoiaton nt'tilgs. ut ie led- ei'bert cfnd Dyer retired ini favorr
ance at the game surpassed every- Flrenif J y-i andired reor
thin. Lt th almnigamehe adeGreenlEaf, Jewett and Freund respec
tilng. Lt teauii gively. Time was soon after call
gn aninual featire. with the ball on Michigan's 35 ya
In its last issue that very virtuousine.
publication, the Ann Arbor Register, All i all hie gahle vas a deid
has the following fit:Alumni wOn,
lthe Daily has received a V postal 'arsity is entitled to praise for il
from Oberlin saying that 200 would work, as no doubt the aggregation pr
sented by the alumni could, when
eccomnany the team, to be placed condition, give any team in the count
even. 'Here is a chance for some s cu-
dent of limited means to niake a pa-ft a hard tussle. The line-up was as fo
of his school expenses." 'VAsI
The above local appeared in the U. atA Ind Ayers..... a. FarUMN
of M. Daily, Oct. 22. Is it possible Lockwooa...........--I. t................Mall
Lehr ..............1. g.....Stevensc
that a publication issued in the inter- Cunningham ...........c...............Deng
ests of Michigan students, supposedly Snow...........r. g.........R. enamg
Baker............ r. t...............stre
with the sanction of the faculty, and Bennett............r. e Hutchinson and
upholding in long editorials all sleps Richards and ..'iver..q..... i
for the purification of college athletics Barrabe..............1. 5..Ferbert and Jew
Hogg and Gordon....r. ....Dyer and Freu
can preach such doctrines? Hodgman.............f b........ Bloomingst
Surey it cannot 'be for the welfare Touchdowns - Farnham, Maley. Ga
Suey itcno cfrte from touchdown - Bloominesa Fitr
of Michigan students to have gambling goals - Blormingston. Time of halves -
minutes. Referee-John Daffy. Umpire-1
held up to them as a reputable way G. Prettyman. Timers-Wright and Duls
to make money. It cannot be to the in- Score 15 to 0.
terest of the University to have ;ts "A Hired Girl" at the Athens Toe
patrons throughout the state led to be- ter tonight.
lieve that betting on gailes is upheld
and encouraged by such an importaut Save noney by patronizing the 11
organ as the college Daily. Above all. lerss Laundry. Collars 1 cent, cuffs
nothing is more in contrast with the cents, shits 8 centss Wm. R. Fo
doctrine of pure athletics that to up- Agent 427 Maynaad t
hold betting on games, for when 'the
game ceases to be for pure sport and
becomes a source of 'income Is either
the players or their supporters the ChocolateS FOR
spirit of professionalism is introduced
and pure amateur sport is no more." r
The Register is easy; hereafter we'll "
illustrate our humor.
The last of this week we
ALUMNI WON EASILY. shall have Allegretti's
Chocolates in 2, 3 and5
(Continued from First Page.) lb. packages. We also
gale, bucking the line a have Lowney's in all sizes
spirals that earned him the reputation the same as before.
of 'the West's best full back. t
Hodgman kicked off to the 10 yard '
line, Dyer coming back 35 yards be- 6o Cents a Pouud.
hind great interference before tackled.
Bloomingsaon and 'Farnham made DP ARMACY
short gains and then the former punt- 11 - PnAnmAui.
ed 40 to Hodgman, who made a mis-
erabl fumble and Henninger fell on

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