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November 04, 1896 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-11-04

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1 f { fetiesurageinent that its supporters can
Western Athletics,
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) daring-
the College year, at The athiletic' silsiotir 1. 'in the 'West,
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ethiicolly speakinig, is a naturnlol il-
OFICEn: Timos building, 79 S. Maia St. be- colle' of the croiiditiiiil'i wvhich 11avf
tweea Liberty and William Sts. c'si's'alotig with thie detelopiiidnt ot'
itern-ffllegiate short. Preif ,so to '9t
J. F. THOsASs, 97.iliets.'-were trw. itfoily. roi~ots o out-
- Side' of t sife'lilies. Ithlisotatitis
BUSINESS 3MANAIL eClistwstlii'illitt'e W(st. ltere -was' fll
0. It. HANS, '98. ilerlffle lt~llfl. lf lf
EDITORS rleiff ils'rl iilig Ithfal rgfalillti.
E. L. GEISMER, '93 L. F. S. aIMIONS, '95. Nwlii If' Sffliit ff ltttii 1101,wolf'
B. B. MTHEoNv, '01. II, B. SKsLLMN, '05 L. fllitf'idfqft'fforff1he fcffffitions ii 11,1
F. tM. Lss is, '98. H. H. CORWIN, '99.
C. 111'.GaEsN, 00. Athletic Eiditor. f'xstinfg. Stir t'xalllili', t i l' rst (f'i Ii'
Wt. Wt.Hughes. '08.. 5. W. Smtii,,'ut. . )linteililtiIIi'itei' itoli , hilftfl'l"l-ii
F. A. Focik, '9sO. Louise Dodoe, '00. struotrlos 0as5will 'Is studii'ent. fl)01fn'
W. P. Morrill, '05. Butler Latib, 1900.
A. 0. Snili, '07. C. Lull, jr., 9 .10 Pu1111'is flfliiitelyltkntowniitishasve riod:
"Noti morlle'thanitwo p1 fffssiolll ply-
--, -N ~~i o hill 1ff lla~ Oi,l ill tlo ilil( fiffy
Thesbicription price of the Doily is '2-001111fsill ll'metoiblid oniiith11 lwc
gur the colrte year, with a regular delisvery
brfore 110011eaclhilay. Notices, commoolca- f ssiltjofi tlii'studlit el f'tftf'tilfi << '
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fate 8 p. om., or mtailed to the eiditor lirfore 0
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they are espected to appear.
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office, Meyer's or Stofllet's Newstand, or ' ''lii'lIlIyli'111sdllo
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'Ses are betsng s l'11 M'""'"" .
s'le'ss rctib srgallicfiitll.ssithi asiess
to eniteing inlterolleg0iate' c51'tets1.
Every' gameitanud laistlllie h h 'vostees,
andth~e umore clubs aiit societie's of t
lrgitimalltOelhirfctel', wh11111 tre forml-
Itd, the miore hlealthly interest is takeni
in tihe college coturse.
By an1 error :the Daily y'estrdatytill
nouuned. that1110 fsotbtall teamlsotultd
lease for 'Minnoeapolis at8:2'51tintdartd
tonmorrows' morinig insteaid of :'-)11ff'
correct 11111. 'fhis liour lily lbe rater
incollveniellt for somie sswih morningt
reitaltlisbut thilose whlo have a flee
hotur before 110 oclockt sill hlave tille
us set' the teaim off alit giset'hem ila
gootd roulsing crli t 1pafring, Aiit
ally studenit w'hi has 'issh1ours ahsu-
lutely' free alit does lis t 1ill his
little yell at the Mliriigoa t enitrail de-
1)p ot ilomoownmornin~g "dserv'eOs ohe
ceslerd a greasy paler, 11s 1t Prince-
General opinion seemis .to he thlat
lhis gamlie with Minneapolis is not of
a doubtfllnatuire. Thalt is a very ser-
ious lmistake. "Buck" IRichoards told
lostnilghlt that ilhe teamilswouldlbe
givenl its 'hautiest trsltllrzt Satturday
aisil that it ws5by11)noleanls 110 the
host of condtionfs to standut)i. As miost
of the stu~dentO slows, lisve him lIre
laird upI01110thle teamlI will leave wi111
thle proslpects of mleeting one of lie
heaviest and best trained tealis on
the field,.tLast Saturday innesuost',
defeated a graduate train of wh111c1
Helfelfiliger antO-A number liorle of
the best of the old players.-froisi Yale
and Princetonl were niensbers. So it
will be seen ihat the result is 110t a
forgoue conclusion, and though we ex-
pertto illMi, the team needs all the

Iflil.ointNitlll ill y ithoss 11 teor firx-s
per'iience 'of slllflfhfl.0l'll IIlf ('aHs-,11l'e';
01' Isaffetllflfl5101'ilff'filfistfil thf le
full silugill. For insotanci', theit'i
a t'lfssihf'fltfint or, if Ilhere slrl'.Hinft1
spot. I. 'That tlhii'vety rhilitllls if
llifol'hilliia110110tIis ll ln re'still
lacktfigill 0011.'p111ffe15is ihlls'ratc
v-iosy boarfllf inssbee' inilre''teipt of
itlnllf'ls ilsiliril's honiestly and11ill-
lioetll, madeilt'in'high school boys
w-ith godth liletil' l'eordsl, lskinlgfor
Monelty t'01lle'itiff' toeesr his ViPG
"°''ii' ldvenit of footbll in lltill' West
ill89 t)broughlt anew ord11(1r1o101thinlgs.
It Nvls at oiice evilll'hl thalt tile te'ami
laiig till'instruction o f ('asterlahly'-
el's ssei vatfly suplerior. hl'lf'l'
w,\ith foo'tbtall ernthe I it'a'tierni rofiel.
"Oddllly'enouigh,ihowvever', I lie 'asternl
cocih seidl-ist lblieigwillshuhim 011y
ietaof tappllyinlg lt'eeaternt'lletictsof
intlercollelgiaspor50't. Wily'sol lihe'

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There we-en thie vest no rult's filth) Leland T. Pwr- --------------Nov. 30
110 0l'gfhlizl'iol lt'lenforce'l any. fTce Boston Ladies' Symphony Orchestra---------------- Dec. 11.
hpurplose of this'charis st ta in Charles A. Dn- ---------------Jan. 21
gamtess. So, forgettinag all1Iis eastserns Ex-President Hrio-------------Feb. 1-
tiaditionss, hei' worksed in uny tsteriol Luther Laflin Mills, (Chicago Alumni Number)-----Feb. 12
available, withtout asking qute'stionls. Imperial Qure---------------March 12
E~splecialllyt unfor~tunlate in tis partie'il Oratorical Cnet- -------------March 19
r hslhexip'ofeeseeriILucius Perry Hls- -------------April 2
inlstitution whlose zeal, just tt this John Kendrick Bag-------------April 13
tinte. to burst full bloo'lu inhto loh RESERVED SEAT TICKETS w5
1h1a8O5 of college life, It'd to aliiost SINGLE ADNIISSION .50
every possible abreogation of the whtolc nu7arrisn..Numaberr 1.0
list of ethiclal precepts. Comning fresh Oralreal Contest .25
frouu the east with a greatt repu-tation TICKETS NOW ON SALE-Reserved tictets on' ale Thnesdsy,Oct. Sth, atPalmer's
foi' integrity, thue leaders in this enter- ' dreg stare, State street, and Wate's boot store~Main street,
(Continued en Third Pag;e.) JAMES H. PRUITT, Coerresponding Secretary.

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