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November 08, 1897 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1897-11-08

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Has received a full line of Novelties
for Fall and Win~or in
Suits, Trousers,
and Overcoatings
Fresh every week.
Only in packages-
60c a pound.
Lowney's if you
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Line. of New Pipes!I
Hut and Cold Lunches st all hsurs. Agennts
for Huyler's and Williams and Werners Ce.'s
Chocolate ann Buns.

Purdue Suffers Defeat by a Score
of 34 to 4.
:Michigan won an easy game from
Purdue Saturday bty a seore of 34 1o 4,
by playing that was generally silper-
ior in all tdepalrtments 1(1 that of Puir-
due and most eucouiraginig to Mllbigani
men. An improvemsent in leam work.
interference and defensive :work of a
moot healthy nature wao noticealie
aisd sotwetd that tile hard work of the
1)10t week,unode herbert, Dllffy,
Farniiam aiid 'alley lhad liorine frui.
The playing, 'however, w-as not witih-
out ito faults, as at ties it wiae rag-
ged andTIalggedi to a eosierable de-
gree. If there wasI one thing; mere
lioan another ttnat pleased teahil'le's
it; was the way the enids gtottdowniithe
hield on piunts.
Michigan kicked uhf for 30 ,yards.
Oni till first line-tip Awird woo s ent
arotiid tile enidifora nea(t1 gin lof 12
yairds. Puirdtentliateoti ii Ia lug
lass whichi failed ini gailing ally
grotindilandtihoc ball tinilwenlt (o
Mi11chigan on tdowiis. On a doubleipas
Felver okirted the righrt endi for 25
yards tnd then shori rtshes ca'~rriedi
the 'bal to Purdue's 3 yard lin' n-tec
it w-as fumbTled and woent 0 to' visit-



"~ .::. 'nJ 1LJ1e IY C V oes.Psirdue immediately lillieli andi
10R nt tt tet the ball was downed on tile 40 yard30SotSaeSre.
hute Puidue wao given tie bail foe
P1A1AIA6+1/01/Vo00iAWVW oil-side play a-nd n-erc ilziliiii'y
Iheld for downsn. Michigan sias fieldl,
SAthens :x Theatre reginiing the leather on a url.f
'The ball ovas again forcedl l ito udtn-'o
S WEDNESDAY, Nov. 10. :3' yard line, whlere fur holding iii tiii'
Rola d R ed, inethe 10111 again went to thvstolng;
~oi uu i~ eu I layero. Doane punited 30 yards,
" j] lien Teetzel made '7 yards. Stnuart 10.
The eWr nn, 5 .-us, and lHannan, Hoggtind Baker shon'eer
Wrog r.Wrrh fIor the tirot touchidoswn. t ale
OMM/ 004 14:23.
_____________________________ I+ telver caught the kick-off on the 20
TTOSE NOBBY SITS! yard lineOandiby good dodging and
Biennett umade teii, then PlIIIlte'o ilin'
N ILWARD TH TAILOR, held and they took posession of lie
4 all. Thley ruosied it to the1w5) yaird
STATE STREET. line, where they loot it on downo. Bell-
ni'tt anld Tecizel brought it back i10
ATTV~~C yards, when Punrdue again got thi'
/A k I S ball. short srusheo took it to the 20
3 OO HSTO R E icianskick-off ovas retulrned and)
- ttgg carried the hbll back is cenite.
*Hogg made a gain of 20 yards and
Students should try us beforeStatdpite i.Shrlafr
nmaking any purchase. We are Ietdpiae t hrl te
bound to satisfy and please. Our tianna-iin-was pushed over for Micimi-
large stock of Law and Medcal gan's second touchidown, from whic-h1
Books, in short, Text-Books for Hlogg kicked goal. Score, 12 to 4.
every department in the University,Tme2:0
new and second-hand enables usTie2:0
to sell at the lowest price. After the next kick-off Hannlian andl
Blank Books and U. of M. Sta- Feiver each mnade gainso of 15 yards
tionery at tow prices.an Statoefeih.Tm ws
Make our stores your headquarters. adSur n fegt iena
called with. the hal in 'Michigan's pus-
WARR'S BOO STORE Hogg made the first touchdown in
the second half after four noinnies and
up Town Down Town ten sieondls of play. tech-er, Hogg,
S. State t Opposite Ceurtnuse Sur n ann on oto
Ann Arbor Main St. Sur n lna on oto

Mehciigans advaning. Goal was kick-
oA :Score, 1S to 4.
Purdue kicked to tie 25 yad line.
td techer dotged back the entire ds-1
irte. The'bllichangedi ihandlOsevrlc
finlesc, Purdue's rvolvingnedge be-
ing easily stopped anti Michigans'
'lay being sissy, Stuartetsoas inlt andc
ingree took his place and Hannan
vellinally scored isatocldont.
Goal. 'Score. 24 to 4.
tPingree earricd the tball across for
t'e fiftthitoulchd~own'ill excly two
Iillites 111111ltigg kickeid iii eosy
goal. Score. 30 to 4.
P'urdne kilked of i3) yards aldHa-
00t yards, Doane ovho got le balliltie-
ing downedlin istotraciks by n ex-
cellent tackle' by 'Tetzel. Purduiie
iould not gaino 111dlpunltd. Inas
raothee dark nows, butit IiciigaslIfaild
to gain a1111Punduie10011:ithe al.
yards. After gais of ill yards by
B~ennlet and a like is litancle by lIogg
Felwie got the' bal on a donle 1150
0111dlmadle a touhdiiown-. No ol.
Score, 4 is 4. Withi 111nillti' left
lii play, title was clled o11 ,lcoutof
T'eline-p folowvs:
Lockweed-......I t... -.... - H.end
Lehr - --.. .....1 g........ eihed
Cunningham......c..... ..reen
snow- --..... ...r g- --.......Webb
Haker..-........-r- --........Award
Benet ...--- - --e..........Hal
Ptelver .. -........ - -....... -..Sear
Suart - - - it - --... ..........h..........M oe
Hannan-.......ft- - -he.......one
Touchdwns-Hoeg 2, Hanas , Pingree,
iewver, Award. Goao from touchdowns-
Heog. Substittes - Pingree for Stuart,
Haird for Coben, Sampe ot- Bond. Umpire-
H. Award, of Harvard Referee - Ralph
Heagand, f Princeton. Timer - . it
Wright. and J. A, Jameson. Linesmen-Shm
menu and Gesham.
Reading by Prof. Trueblood.
The reading of Jnlius Ciear by
Piof. Trileblood SattrduayInight wasl
n-ill atended anil provedi ios enjoy-
able, It lastetdaoiut n hound111ws
niore an imlpersonatiofl than a reading,
and the professor left a vivid ipes-
sioil of tiecharaceroleselected
that of Bntuo being epecialy goid.
fTle next enertainment of the Or-
torical Association sill be asnouneci

State Urniversities and Churches.
Prof. Kesey deiveed a most ii-
porant lecture ino Newberry [jail Sin-
daly niorning, on the subject "Te
Stuate Unversities andmile h ul' rholches."
Ano adidiess of this naure fotnteil up-
oii the ame facts oas to have teen
dliveredl livPresitdent Angel 001111'
time this year but his uniexpeted call
to thii Orieint shutit off this probabilty.
Accordingly President Agell hrned
ove the lateril to tProf. iNelsey, suiT
dele-gatedtimn to deliver an adress
upon this sibject. He spoke in lpart
as folons:
"In the lost 75 years and especially
in the last decadet, tie stat universi-
lit's have expe'riencei-dilaIgosthimcvihe
ts swithiot a puruallel ini te elus tiomiei
antnals of le '-oiuntry. troiii 18505tI
189:5, ln tenm representativ-e state cl-
leges, tie stndeiit ieinherhip ha~s i-
treaseedfrolm 42310 to 13,50,arin-
ceause of 3211 pci cent. '110 elm Ntw
E-nglandiolleohgesilcutdiig Yale lnd
H~arvartd, theilresee was onliy 10i iper
ct-nt; wshile in tell deomintatonalhcol-
li-ges the addiionO was 5reiresentedI b1
but 14/1 mer cent. Te remarklal,
suhooing nmate by the sttI unveri-
ties is alonig tlihe of oue natonalt
growth. Ther-esis n so tost10hlink
that the catses of tise grow-ill siill
00011 becoime inoperutive, The yeurly
itncreaste oill folowr tin'lins of ila-
Iit-lallprogets,'this augmentetd aI-
lemitamce lendelrs iiminperativtse frte1(
elate tollege is chuang' itrelutiotoll (
i1l its sonrets of siphori 111113) Ithe
religiouls inetitutiio.
"Im1850PIresideint Angelh woteieh
sixten state colegis anCit he Phers-
bytlerian colleges asking fr tatiotics
it, regardl to the religious starding of
lii'estudehnis. All thloe iwrittenitos
cordially responddt,setiing the de-
siredi infourmation. 101011l ist econ-
sider' a group of byve eate univerisitie's,
Illinois, Kansas, Washinigten, Wet
Virginia andl Michigan. Of 5175 etu-
dlents reachittdbythe cumsus 84,% hpr
cent w0ee atfiliatedl h'yimebhership tir
01ttendaniice withm some religious insl-
ttiomn, andI55hor tint -wercthurhe
memnbers. 'OT'e various eniominiiato,
tn retgarilto hle nimhercf thit-i' mm'i-
hero rankedlas follows-: litodilir.
t'm'isyteria, (Congregational, -hEpioi--
pauand Battist.
'liii folowing significamt factso iver
1101icei. Amonog nomen tie perent-
alge'of thutrchi members n0alitrllly
gr'eiaterthlanalibing tie metn, and ii
ti'collegiate' departments Itla ilte
professionial depuarnents Ini le l'7i-
sesty of Mlichigan, hower, themeIi-
paurtmen-ht of micIine omd sliger,,
ruanks highest in perenalge of chtrcht
"The tPresbiyteriano chiurchm c-011egee
oen' seleteid as a,mbaeis for olihirig
th tiltanidenuomuitioal olleges.
-Thiry-seven t'resbiyte-riani colegs,
th tieuntire ntimbler nosy iItine' Piiteul
States, furn-iisettlstlaiiei. Lat yar
the hilamd ',7001)students,of wom on lyh
-2.30 weic Presbyteriuans. In seve-
ello stite colgs thereero-et'24-F
Presbyt ti-erianlhstud~ents, mnoreu thuan the
1total nullber im all tie Presbyterian
(Conthnued on Third Page.)


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