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October 11, 1897 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1897-10-11

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunays excepted) during
the Clego eerat
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OrricFc Times buiding '29 S. Main St. be-
twenu Liberty and William St.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THeOAS, '0 L.
ISLSINESS MANAGER
. i.hANs, 'IS L..
EDITOR
11. IB. SossMs-A, '90 L, Athletics.
E. L. GEsunoz, '3 L - Mo-Idnday
BUTLErs Lu, 'O, - Toeday
G. D. ftoecv, 'OS. - Wedneday
fT.R. WOOneenw,'5, - - Thursday
A. Curnee., 'ii, -- - -Friday
1. A. CAcoreeL, '5, - - - Satrday
The sbcriptin price o the Daily is $2.50
for the cellege year, with a regular delivery
before sees each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and ther matter intended lee publica-
tion met be handed in at the Daily office be-j
fore S p. in., or mailed to the editor befre 3
p. in, f the day prevos to that n which
they are espected to app ear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyers or Stoffiet's Newtnd, or
with Business Manager. Suberibere will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office ns failure of carrier to deliver paper.
The selecion of Mc. aimes flgg as
footbal captlinieis oceSiaL meets with
great favor. By his log exerience
and coiscientiotus work Mr. togg ix-
eminienty fittled for this reosieh
position, cd thic Dily has no fear
thact if (ilereminidr of (le temifol-
lows tier exailitle that this leader wil
set, the seasoii will cd with n ci-
viable reeoid.
S. L. A. Tickets onr Sale.
Tiikts are oii slo today for (le
students t~ecire Cors: 'lhs open-
ing enumer iwilibhrbytiyeii'eloeuent
Senaltor Wiliaoile. Msoi, of Iliiius.
He is a nan ii (le plirille of life' tni
foated far ad wide for hlis tbrilieant
witty addresses.
Net cons (lie SlayioGiaiiilCo-
crefCo. onl Oct. 30. Te fact that Max
Blendix io tie vioiiest aone Dolres
thle succiss of their eitrtailini('it.
Iloa. Wealace Bruccomiies Nov. :>.
M1r. Brulce, while conul 10 Edihturgh,
wvas tile most calet for of anlyie-
turer ini Scolanid.
Oii Nov. 1e6, le faoulls Dr. Noscti:
will aisper. It. is so mich talket of
thiat (le aliuosocelent cit his euiilog
inseres ia crosweed 'hono.
(isv. Roeret Tayisir, ose miiescc.
conies'De. 3. liii' souhern sioudets
iii therUniviersity cree colliaistie over
tlov. Taylor and pronnechiimii (c
"trinice cit Lecturos" in(iia sutll i.
Oii Jaii. 22 te l iways wecoume' ie-
lnd TI. Pioiercs wil giseonoiiof thl-
cti'nmiliig cotxtainmect.
Preo. Booker 'T. Wasliingtone ii
briiaint ooi'ed orator and trsideh't
ef Tuskegee Norieal and eIdnostril
Ineltilute, wilel delier Is exeedioge"y
fielecture oii "Slsing te Negro
Proleml at Tskegee.
Febt. 23 Sonscs, lihe' best knoen
iLudothe(iccotinei'nitwill oppea.
Atli iS1, occuris (le aniiua ororoi-
cl test't anedlon ArtlSS te c et.-
chses with Oil 'addresoleayHon. J. h.
Borton, of Kansces. Mr. Brtoii h-
Ciei well kiown lst fol as anii ri-
qnuent iolitical seker. Siice liea'
]]is snversonOithe stuilip hiv'rbero
omtchi in deoioed. S-e will ake pant
in the inayoi'alty contest in News York
city.
Token all in all the corse is dout-

less our of (le est ever offered here.
Thenme iihr of tickets espokeni for iL>
sery large'and11 lllineireiolesitl to
a most siecsfl season.
SECOND GAME A TIE.
(Continued from first page).
iscoee gains of twseny, threie ant ivue'
yards when Mticigani sas given the
halt hoeconsoof the equarer-ack 2mu1-
pinlg with the (eai. itgree tie'nimae
foenr yards, Snowoiuron, Tetzel focr
aind two, 'siheu thiei'bal was gvru to
Wesleylli. After three eosns witot
tlie requiir'd gai Weseyan punete.
Tieldgained four, ltter se, Hgg
oiie, 'Teezel 15 on a fine run lronliie
l(he end, Hoagg one, Bennett for ade
three. ere a quarter-tack kick woo'
a)ttenpted as time wacatlled. Tiun
bail ws's on Weseyns 4-yard hune.
Ini lihe se'coiie half Weseyn kicked
off to Michigcai's 2e) yarilhe. Bniett
itade ive yards. For somenicnkosen
reacson lee col was gien to Wesley-
iii. After twvo gins of iioc yards acti
Mliehigan got (le'bol on illegll iiier-
foreree. Oulth(le next linea fol
tackle advanced 'Michigan 1(o yres.
Pretzel earrie (le all eight yards.
Her an alegeet-fuimbele'gaete. libal
lee 'esryon. After sverral short
gains Michigant gotte (al ane Brrua-
leerpinteed fr 5 yards,'Teezloma1k-
ig a fine tacke. -Michiganegtee(i
lli after lWesleyain laiigained 20
yarels, mosly throeugh lint lays, and
tto~ruletputed. 'The al was fiii-
Weed andelMchiganilfell oit. Another
fiumtle surrneredl it (is (le eoppo-
elnis who Were' lele for cowns. It was
here ltht-icligoue playd ter rel
game, oanl degg Oli'e'elthe h1ll to-
waorelWesle-an's gol swithia gnciii.
ive yard,. Teteli and Bennett acti
fsolo'edl withc fise tid Ilogg ive'
nore. Teenel oe five anliii ogs
focuii, cheno on off-side pth y le Wis--
youl advaiicedocltihigoue ten yares.
t'ingre nmae five and Htogg, by sourc'
of 11heet edoidging yet 'seci, i-ef 12.
Bennett crried the beall 10 yards switi
a half eoze X~sleyaie playrs hang-
lg o oimiii. I'iigre'e-eiade' ticeicist
gall hefore iiieewisacll ty a diash
for 10 yrds past ol of thetieamobute
fiill-bcck. 'Thec balsixs oiitice10
yardliiiiosw'he'inliit iscane aI'le. 'Ihc
digramlelow ihosli te iigame initde-
Oic'iigaiecs. 01110 Wiesi'ycccs.
Teetzel-.....L. hcidle. R. .
LEcan- -E...... . ('ecotonec.....dltkG.
(sttceer - - It.7. 'I'. ItIcige ..... .. '.
Bencncett.-.. . F. (:1ccs. L 12.... .
iRicards. ....Q. 1. liccke.-...Q. .
Pingree ..... . II, I. locpi.... . i. t.
Ilc - c.I[g I.. so urs -...L.c. cc
hicaeehec - s.. c. . elc-tx -... . .
11icliigaee scbstitte-Hle'ry foillj(ccc:
ICcicy. right guacd; Scow, le't tcixle. Ohioie
sbstitutes -eochsleYost. left hallbacck;c
Nosh, iM al ack ccc. Umpirie-11. l'cnses.
Refe'ree-Ri. Ml. Simonces. Linesmeen - Cr
anedcWright. ________
Morinleetctis heiigken in te'
ihilcsotliic'cii eepartimetIlthailfo '
numbleri'fityars 1past. Tie'ecaix- :cxss
caut one-third imore ulllergiaducates
aendc tssic-' as orlly grcd-ate suenies
as last 0-ar.
The Famous "Jseph Gehsman," and Wahburn
MANDOLINS 2 GUITARS
Fr Sae at
iSCHAEBELE'S Mutsic Store
,. 14 W. Libery St., Ann Arbor
N. B.--We have practicing
rooms formusic stdent.
HOT LUNCH
-GO TO-
TUTTLE'S, 48 . State St

. ( ._

t !f 3 ~ E~O

WXATO H
FALL Opnn
DE.AL'S SVOE STORE
E210) N. Main Street. Opposite
GintheCourt Ineuse.

Found. With Us
~. JACKETS AND OVERALLS-For laboratory work
i~~'U'Blue end White with large bib'and suspenders.
GYfI SUITS
One-Fourth Sleeves-Black, (Cotton andlWool).
SWEATERS
Everything that is Nhw-Plain and Alternate Stripe,
Assorted Colors.
Golf Suits-Golf Caps-Golf Hose
Do you wear an Imoperial Stiff Hat-the host young man's
hat nmade-$3.00,
Stvd~ts L~vr ssociatioo1
Single admissions xviil he sold for each entertainnment as follows:

Nansen's Lecture
Sousa, and His Band-- ___
Gov. Robert L. Taylor.
Six Other Numbers - ----

$1.00 Reserved Seat-
-1.00 Reserved Seat--
-.75 Reserved Seat--
- .75 Reserved Seat--

- 1.50E
-1.00-
-.75,

SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY SECURZING A SEASON TICKET.
Season'lTickets, - - - $2.00
Season Tickets Reserved, [Extra] .50

Cutting Reyer &.Co.
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
/ Hats

201 andI 203 South Main Street.

Furnishings.
GIVE THEM A CALL
- Ann, Arbor, filch

SHOES SUCH AS SOLD BY US
Commend themselves to judicious folks by virtue of their ab-
solute goodness-caused by close scrutiny of leather, of style,
and of making-of their certain saving-caused by shrewd buy-
ing, and quick selling.
fi9 EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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