THE U. OF M. DAILY.
* *f*.e et last year's, sim p ly b ecause to u r
.,J 1. of eleven is playing better foot-ball ,
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
W: beg to call the attention of the
Cornell Sun to the fact, that, what-
ever is said by correspondents of
newspapers which have not the
slightest connection with the Uni-
versity of Michigan, is not necessa-
rily authoritative, nor does it neces-
sarily express the true sentiment
which exists at the U. of M. If the
remarks to which the Sun has taken
exception had been made by the
DAILY or the Yellow and Blue, there
might have been some pretext for its
tirade, but we think the Sun shows
extremely poor taste in even noticing
any publicationwhich does not come
from an authoritative source. On
the other hand it must be understood
that the DAiLY does not speak with
the same degree of authority as the
foot ball management, yet we claim
to represent more truly the feeling
of the students of Michigan in this
While we do not endorse, by any
manner of means, all that this cor-
respondent of the Ann Arbor news-
paper has said, nor do we at all
approve of the spirit in which he has
writtten, we do agree with him when
he says that 40 per cent. of the gate,
i. e., gross receipts is too much to
offer to Cornell. We do not care to
discuss this matter in the intemper-
ate and contemptuous vein which
the Sun employs in its answer to the
effusion of the correspondent of the
Ann Arbor newspaper, and which it
was probably justified in using. We
believe that the most cordial rela-
tions should exist between Cornell
and Michigan, and that the two col-
lege dailies should do all in their
power to promote good feeling be-
tween the students. A healthy
rivalry, together withs good-natured
"twitting, '"crowing" or "guying'
over victories, is not objectionable.
Both Universities stand in the front
rank of American educational insti-
tutions, and neither is justified in
belittling the other in this respect.
In athletics Cornell cannot look
down with contempt upon Michigan.
Michigan is, at the very least, the
equal of Cornell in base ball, having
defeated her in 1890 and 1891 by
the close scores of 2 to s and 8 to 6.
In foot-ball Cornell has defeated
Michigan in 1889 and s89o by the
scores of 56 to o and 20 to 5. Mich-
igan has been improving steadily in
foot-ball and it is our expectation
that this year's game would be closer
than has ever been played here
before. The scores this year have
steadily increased from o to 4
against us to 42 to 6 in our favor,
against the champions of Indiana.
It should be remembered that Cor-
nel was defeated unexpectedly in
the early part of the season by an
inferior team (Bucknell) just as
Michigan was defeated by Albion.
It must be remembered also that in
last year's game Michigan made two
touchdowns which were not allowed
on account of alleged off-side plays
and that the score would have been
20 to 17 instead of 20 to 5.
We trust that some amicable
agreement can be entered into so
that a game can be played this fall
between Cornell and Michigan. We
think that a compromise can be
effected upon the question of terms,
when it is explained to the Cornell
management that at least 40 per
cent. of the gross receipts will be
consumed in advertising, printing,
fitting up grounds, etc. We have
no doubt but that Michigan's man-
agement will be willing to offer 40
per cent. of the net receipts, and
when it is remembered that almost
all the attendance comes from Mich-
igan and all the trouble of arrange-
ments falls upon -Michigan, this
would seem to be reasonable.
tNotices inserted in this column at the rate
of 10 cents per line. special rates for longer
time, and extra lines furnished by applying at
the DAILY ffcee]
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Do you need a new Suit or Overcoat?
If so, see the line of samples of the
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Thursday, 5th instant. This firm have
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last year (to whom they refer). In
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and trimmings, and will save you at.
least $10 on suit or overcoat. Leave
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Rooms-ery desirable suite in new
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Don't forget we keep sweaters, best
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Hot and cold baths 10 cents, at Post
Ofhce Barber Shop.
Full line new style collars, 4 ply, 15c
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DANCiN.-Mrs. Annie Ward Foster
will open a class in dancing, also in
Delsarte in November. Also will have
evening assemblys after class.
Ladies of the U. of M. will find it
greatly to their advantage to call on us
when in need of Cloaks, Dress Goods
or Fancy Dry Goods. Mack & Schmid.
eHMZHAV & Co-, 05tde s>.,
have received for tie opening of college 20,000 Books, new and second
hand of all kinds Greek, Latin, French, German, Law and Medical Books,
whtili they wil sell at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Mathematical Instruments and Laboratory supplies. See our Note Books
Is the LEADING SCHOOL of BUSINESS.
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Time Table going into effect September 13, 1891.
Arrival o trains at Ann Arbor.
PH GGR P E OING NORTH.
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NELLIE MoIIENRY Gen. Pass. Agent. Local Agent.
The Queen of Soubrettes, will be here with
THURSDAY EVE., NOV. 12.
The evening she was here last year she was
delayed in Jackson and did not arrive here un-
til ten o'clock p. m., and then gave her enter-
tainment to ns e oc the most enthusiastic au-
diences ever in Ann Arbsr.