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FOUR PAGES.

VOL. VIII. No. 10.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1897.

VO.VI.N.1.AN ROMCIA, ODY COEt1,19.FutPGS

bargains
-IN
Books.
Students Bookstore
STATE STREET,
Opposite University Entrance.
Second-hand Books bought, sold
and exchanged.
Law, Medical and College Text-
books at ct prices.
CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY FOR
Blank Books
and Stationery
Agents for Waterman's Foun-
tain Pens, Mathematical Instru-
ments and Sporting Goods.
SH~IN& C0P0prop
WILD
Has received a full line of Novelties
fr Fall and Winter in
Suits, Trousers,
and Overcoatings
NO. 108 E. WASHINGTON-ST. NEAR MAIN
THOSE NOBBY SUITS!
MILWARD THE TAILOR,
STATE STREET.
WAHR'S
Stadents should try s before
maaking any prchase. We are
boand to satisfy and please. -Or
large stock of Law' and Medcal
Books, in short, Text Books for
every department in the University,
new and -second-hand enables s
to sell at the lowest price.
Blank Books and U. of Mt. Sta-
tionery at low prices.
Make or stores yer headquarters.
WAHR'S BOOK STORE
Up Tews ,ow Tows
. State at. Opposite courthouse
Ass Arbor Male St.

SECOND GAME A TIE.
Ohio Wesleyans Give 'Varsity a
Hard Game.
Hair jiulling, rhokitigattd 1)1iioiig
tactic, olthe tart ofatthe Ollio AMr-
tryano and generally isotless playogtI
on the parr Mt ofguiga, ltrcdliie'ia
blaitk scare tat':both sid's iii Sat or-
la1ys ,tne. The vsitors iate gioil
an assertioii Ilade tie night before to
the ettect that they wol to anythhing
toi wili ad coniualtly Ilayed oaf-otde
liuggc i itittiade futott i-hie. wt(
incompitntiotffirials attand aroumnd ini
CAPTAIN HOart.
ttie tote ittspectators. httrtitgao'
line-tip wOO experimntla ndcontain-
ed sooie nien wtiho adnot been oat in
utfotm betorethiso seasoni. S-verat
at the old nen were shittdo around
ad othters who otughitt) have been in
the rare ofat.aphyiyrani were played.
The leant preente-d by the Ohitoano.
an the other liand, wvao the strongi'st
ttiey hod, containiag several "riigeir"
and ttir coach, Yost, a celebrated.
pilayer. They were decidedly heavter
ttian the Jtttrhtgan nen, but notwith-
standitng this, hitd 'tictigan pltayed
the taftottall hat the coaches lhate
been teaching ta-a touchdowns at least
wotuld have been the reaulh. Urtue it
is the 'voallsiy did aw-aken in the loot
three Or tear minutes otfiplay and by
desperate plunges anld dlvies and bril-
l int dodging carried thesa bll for a
totol of seventy-six yards. Into I ii
thme the Wesleya line was broken utt
at will ond woo clearly out-plays-i.
Thsroaghout Ctsc entire gante the work
of Captain H-ogg woos the iiost eirn
cot. ttlelsards *ot quarter woos stetidy
and did well on the defensive. Teal-
sal wa's much in evidence antd lasteut
the entire game, :notwithstanding the
fact that -the preachers, tried their best
to maointhim.

Hogg Elected Captain. President Hutchins' Address.
Last year's 'Varsity tooihall I sro 'esterday itoriting iin Nra-berry
at lh iii ttrting iSaturday tiorintg tal Actiitg- eintii Ilnt ttotitii elis'-
im~tiiiiiotisly eit'leete anief atog.at
i'red'the liii' itsiig atirss to a a itigi'
tKnoxv'illie, tllitiris, rottaiii atf Slits attiene ot' tudtorents. Iniottbstaiit'i
yeat's 'liteu U in ie at hoistsWolsi- Ilit'spiake as tiillotws:
batir''. iiie illniiss prirceol a hisre- "A t lih risent tiiti' in every mnilsi r-
titrito.It) roll''ge. 'i'I b 'lettii ll itdis ge
oily oafthli'etuntry 'heeusc r e t:
tfittr withhei"studet'its titt is deA'ritly ot earlieto unttg nitndtil io-
or ic'eil. n en lasty to tiakethit'moast oathtetr
Mr.Itio-,lirtottttall t'xtitrit'i'i'olhtirltuilit. - This tact Ilaces at great
sagiiii 't ti. Altia is JMutt icry'i'sttoiisittility uitin the inistrctr-",
Aatemttit'. ittnioxv'illte, Ill..weire' lit'enstitig not' With the itiece tear.isia-'-
ptlayt'dl tull-tiack. Attic a hprt'ptratory' lttextendtingito lie real its at goodl
rotito'S itre, Ilit' erit'i''tKnoitx cr ollei, mv nd itilit olirittiol conituit.
at Gtalesbtucr'"Ill..antut iftled liiitsi'lt'l''ut'asi.au ii iii hts
ttt eintter uothleisttidy of at ti s'.Viiie holtIoat col t'at ii itdlhee ti' ortliail
thtereI'lit'playedl at toll-tore iiiithmaie tth r liistiait spirit,tuith,siopptortunity
a line rerct. Ito intere'dlthe bin' te- t e-hsIii iaa idttgai
Itartiotititei'ie last year iiid by good,,itatuties tsoItir highest extent. C hat'-
ttarr swork imadth liii sitiy teamtin c~ i ot atatiei'to ho it nor
hits tirstyearc. Itt' sayth it toll-luath iittattletatire. Iititmist lb' ant tnllvid-
titd w3as 1iti qitailuut it htching tie s . ill groathi. Buth lalnger taint; ties
ltti. 'tis yetirlt'troasieinIpltil;t t hit'luugiisting at the course. 'tIhiirs-
at hoiftiac kand htas to-u' brilliatity arsofatcal~t'gu'wtrk has tooglit me
goki vr atiei'pultyetd. Always thirat.
e-ootl iintsteatly.leit' t:tigott i ldtigon- 'Site osi s'itace intt stisui'itrs ts
ectI. tutu titt tiakes' la e ru. stiie-i'liir'li taithishlditlat it tot it-
FaillTennis. , tond religiouis serce',1-e uwtiasays
'Titeeten entils 'oiirtsair' eat pros- 'tt n gootd eatsbehi' atied trait
tug)- (is goodtias Nwas t'xtii't'l. 't.' i(?eltitrti atteitbaiir'e is-iiart'otsenut illilt-
hais tuenslittl~e rotlaiid liii'grond is r.I Te' Uiversity oat Micliatihas
ru lt adiuei e il mae :pets. 1lit- ori'ligious test or seesic's; but it is
1e tiii' corts au-u'sa te ut cutroletStnt iiiiiiral oi' in eligions in its thn-i-
el r' u--'thttrt-lay, thueystillitot boi'suit- e'iiey; its fuinetit oniet'esarib'lyIitt-
attle'-In play- oiifor thl.Iii' :0 ttiiicnoa- eit by the scoper'fatheltaiwtsuider
1110Mt, s-huhie ita'orks.''
All lit ll play'rs Btrus'i-'ticr'ilto 'lTii-Oracle boacil still hldrla iies'l-
hi' courts, retinrceit by msatty neittu in -Newbt'rry Htall at 4 p.iii. to-
o'liieaiito tar t'lamitiiinislilihonors. In iday.

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ble douhbe hoarameont tHiriek and I George W. Benshanm, '98 F", Is wills

Cunningham, of Iast year's reserves, It.4Danforlb, Itussell and Ripley, ('orae tshI. C. i'ailroadl and is located- at
wos triad at center, and C-aley, hi-lf- and Mae, and H. Daonfoth -nd tooth Niles, 'Michi.
hack on lost year's 'varsity, wvas at are conceded to outclass the othar Miss Lyle Raid wvas lbs delegsate
guard. Both shiowesd lack of practice. teams. hanthe stogle tournsamntt theta from the' Michigan chatetr of the Kalt-
The line-up. follows: is mtore room for argument; thes'coss- lpa tAS4hsa Theta .at thseir convention ta.
Michigan kicked off, ltsa kick was last to -deride wise shall play Wpt. TD. Madison, Wis., lashtsveek.
fumbhlesd and the 'ball regatned by Hterrick should be very close. Moot Through ite courhesy of Manager
Michigan. Hogg msade three yards promiinent among lhesaundaitdatsstre Lisemesr, then 'varsity footbsall team at-
throughi Cle line,sw'hen t,(tueble rate t. Dttnf xthl, H. Rhussell, H. Lambs, C. tendedithlea iroductionaot "Clsristopher.
ltsa ball ho Wesleyan. The vis-ior-. Riley, It. Harvey, It.(taco, Il. Din- Jr." at the Athens Theatre in a body
(Continued on Second Page.) I forth, and J. 'Mae. Saturday night.

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