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October 28, 1891 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-28

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THE{ U. OF. M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College t ear, by
THE U, OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
THE "Yellow and Blue," the new
weekly which is "edited by the fra-
ternities,'' in its initial issue, puts
some slueries relating to foot-hall,
the anssvers to which its editors can
find if they refer to the recent issues
of the I)Aliy. The editorial is as
follows: " Altough it is not our de-
sire to fintd fault with the foot-hall
msanagement, we woould like to ask
one or two pertinentrtuestions in re-
gard to the present situation. Why
has nio training table been provided?
Is an earnest effort being made so
secure a coacts who is thoroughly
acquainted with the eastern tactics?''
If the writer of these queries had
taken the troule to enquire at hseadt-
quarters, that is, issterviewed the
foot-bsall umanagement, lhe would
hsave leariseit that froni ten days to
tsvo weeks before the first nusm-
ber of thse Yellosv and Btlue 1had gone
to press, arrangeenits werc being
perfected for a training table. It
would h Iave beets an useless expense
to bave sent thirty or forty candi-
slates foe the 'Varsity eeitn to a
traininsg tattle early iinthse seasois,
before ais approximate selection of
the eleveis had beessnsade. Yale
and Harvard, according to New
York newspapers, did not send thseir
'Varsity elevens aisd substitutes to
the training table until last week,
and it is hardly to be expected that
Michigan would hase been nearer a
selection of its eleven than Harvard
and Yale.
In answeer to the second inquiry
of the Yellowv and Blue, wve refer its
editors to tise issue of thse DILY of
Saturday, October 17, wvhere in our
report of the mseeting of else atbletic
directors, is tbis statement: ''The
msost important action taken by thse
atbletic directors last evening was
thet app~ointnment of1sf3r. Frank Crasv-
ford as coachs fur thse foot-ball team.
lie wsill be assisted by M. C. Astur-
pby, trainer of the D. A. C. Mil.
Crasvford is a graduate of Yale, and
hsas playest foot-ball there for several
years. Hie is very famsiliar withstihe
game, and is very highlty recoin-
msended by Rhsodes, captain of last

heen in the execution of his instruc-
tions. The men are slow to com-
prehend plays, and need consider-
able training before they will he
familiar with them.
We hope thsat the Yellowv and Blue
has received a satisfactory answer
to their inquiries. We have endeav-
ored to miake it clear to it that ax
far as the athletic directors are con-
cerned, every effort has been nsade
to advance our foot-ball interests.
An exchsange says that Wellesley
girls have beets measured, and the
average waist megassure of the iszoo
students svas found lo be 24.2 inches.
BUSINESS LOCLAS.
SYANYICm-.lie aicompetent lady ii
position is mnstrrntin i a Frsaternity
house. Referetices givets. Address U.
of Ml. DAILY.
Bosoissvery idesirsible susite in new
houssse Net.; Monsroe. Esirnace beset
stnd use of bsaths. Price reasoinable.
D)Asss'sN(-.-Mrs. Aisute SWird Foster
trill opets a elsiss in sdaseitig, also us
Djelsirte its Nosemober. Alsot will have
evetnitng assemsblys after elass.
Donsit ftorget swe keel swsesiters, best
qusality, $3.50 to $4. '5. Maek & Schsmid.
Rtoomiss. 48 Libterty street. ttot anti
cold waster. IBat, lsoset, furissse, etc.
" liclsigsn sitsnt "Ann Arbor' soui-
velsiesioons st Wstts', 10 S. Mlsius
street.
Htin sod istlsiis t0)censts, sit Post
Office Barber Shsop.
Full lhue tsewsstyle colsars, -4 ply, tic
or 2 foer2.5. Msack & Scimid.
Attest-Ilise of Neckswear just received
asssd io better styles still he fstsstinit
towis. You still say they sare otne-hsalf
thse price you pay for theti elsewh-iere.
Mack & Schsiiid.
Ladies of the L?. of M. will finid it
greatly to thseir advatitage to call onns
when its need of Closiks, Dress Goods
or Fancy Dey Goods. Msack & Schimid.
"Evanigeliune," withs its beautiful
marches, pretty sceties, sotigs, and
dattces, atid pretty girls, is coming and
will be seen at te Grand Opera House
this eveninsg. 'The Lone Fisherman
will he seen as itn olden times. atid
many of te old favorites are retained.
Miss Htilda Thomas, as Gabriel, atnd
Miss Patti Stonse, as "Evattgeline," tare
said to be the most bteautiful and ac-
cumplishied young ladies titat the lead-
ing roles ini Dice's "Evaungeline" hsave
ever beetsetstrutsted to. Critics ots the
leaditng josutnals of the eaist declare
the productioss of Rice's beaiutiful
"Evangelitne,' this seasoti to be the
best thsis ever-populaur extravagantza
hiss hadushiniyears. Miss Patti Stonie
still be Exsiigethise,Miss Itildia Thoms,
Gabiriel.
November 2nd.
'New Yorkc by Day," swhicts Miss
Lottie Williamisand flier comupany- pre-
setit this steelk at thseiPeople's theater,
is onse of thssse mtelodramas thaut teavse
nsothisg to be ihesired in the thotiughs-
nss of tise triiusph of issnocetice ansh
poverty os-er crime atndstttscrutpulous
sweatsh. Froit the first tihere tieed be
so msistake as to sthere the synmpathiies
iftthue asudietice ought to be. Atnd it is

eLi 2ZHI Y & Q o., &tate @f.,
have received toe toe opening of college 20,000 Books, ness and secondl
hand of all kinds, Greek, Latins, French, German, Law sand Medical Books,
wthieh they will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Mathematical Instruments and Laboratory supplies. See our Note Books
fot 1891-2.
Is the LEADING5 SCHOOL otf BUSINEtSS.
:Four departments-Commerctal, Ns seat-bosh
oremanuscriptworh-&nglutb. Shorthand and
- - P emanship. Elegant building, large at-
_ - ~~tendaeeffetistruttots, tr thothe
ough, iitexpenses extremely low, 5225to
$2055 per -,,eeh. students asststed to positiots.
Sot estatogue, address P.R. CLEARY, Prestdent.

x Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
- - --- Mhtrna Ra;iway

JAS. M. STAFFORD,
J. Al. STAFFORDs

iTuna Table going itot effect Septrumber it, 18t1.
Artivalftra1ins at itAs iArbor.

B NH Thse Loaderj No. 2. ThtrousghMail andt xpress... ,toss. m
is. . AttttA rho &'ToledosAcsm ..11t50 a.I.
in Fashiois iNot. 1b. Clarec P'ssenger........5 05 p. m
M Merchsant Tail- Not1.s(n]erittid Toledo Assets. 1It.In.
g. F hrug Mile.......tt9201p. to.
oring Fif No.5. An Aror &Toledo Aesstte. ',2(0 a.
Tris4an u etwveens Ann .Atboratnd
line if Piece Toledosoely.
Goods tts selectAlTrisDiyecpSud.
W. H. OENNETY, H. S. OGREENWOD,
fr'ost. Catl ol Gen. Pass. Agenti. tLoctl Agessi.
a fiuo tittitng4
suit.
19 S. MAts ST., No. i1
ANNs ARBOR,.' Mon. S. MinsStreet.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS !GRAND PER TU
F. 0. NI So - DIMonday Evening, November 2
bO-New spapers aztnes, Periodicals, Fisc--
Conecion, igas ndMISSco ( LOTTIH WILLIAMSMIS'iBeuflPrtaChacrSobte
Quent, is the Ptsveetsui1ODramatic
Creatioe,,enitled :
ilA 'New Y ovk I y by 1 )'
PH0T0G" "r HENO. 11 W. HIURON ST. I A Preesb, Crisp t'icturee oftife itt New York
---- - - ---------- - - Cty, under use Mangusement itt
- - _ - - - -- - --_ Mr. dCharles Melville.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE REIISTIzC IN THE E XTREME.

year's Yale eleven.'' Crassford has tos tilecresdst oethte comnsty as dlemon-
strastedt by last nigiit's pterformlance,
heen of great assistance to thse eesen thiat there is tie mistake as to where it
.since he hsas taken charge of ltst is. There wtas sonmething refreshing
ini thie ieartiniess swithi which the vii-
coaching. He has prepared a code laitis sere hi)ssed stud the innsocetnts
of signals, and has initiated the men and their friends sapplauded. It is a
plsaysworthi goitig to see if for nothing
into a number of tricks, and taught else than to get into the atmosphere of
them methods of play that are new unconventionality and thorough synm-
to estrn eam. Te fulthaspathuy wvhichscharacterizes the audi-
to weternteam. Thefaul has ces it atracts.-New York Worid.

Wednesday Eve., Otober 28
W5ith ill its Pamous Festutres.
50 -:-C- i 1tzs1- -- ART=STS : m
Ric's Beautiful Extiravagsaz,
And C. H. Smith's Cever Comic Players,
MISS HttLDA THOMAS, - Gabreii.
MISS PATTI STONE, - Evangeline.
MiSS SADIE STEPHENS, - Felictianao.
MR. JAS. S. MAPFITT, - Lstue Fisher-msin.
MR. GEO. A. SHILLER, - Le Blase.
MR. EDWIN S. TARR, - - Benuedict.
MR. IRVIN T. BUSS, - Catharine.
Splendid Company, Foil Chorus, Army of
Amazons, Brilliant Costumes, Charming Mu-
sic, Magnificent Scenes.

sod Mgnifienot Stenerer, Artistiesully
Pictusresque, asdSItserpreted by a
Jtiuu'ei'fuutd sand Gicf s01y Selected
Comspany.
Amongthue Startling Effects Itt this Crest Pro-
duetion Ott
New York City by Midnight.
Thie Battery in x868.
M~arleni ]Bridge ini a Bizzard
Tihe PoicesPatroi.
'ise Burning Canal Boat.
'rise Electric Caii..
The Whole Portraying to Nature tife in the
Great City.
Reserved Seat Tichets sow on Sale at the
Postillee News Stated.

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