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VOL. II.-No. 35.


Practice Game.

The U. of M. Co-ed.


Th 'asiyelvn ra-Editors U. OF M. DAILY. OUR
Tke 'Varsity eleven played a prac- The girl who goes to the Univer- 'do s s.ssden whose moriing
tice game on Saturday afternoon, sity of Michigan to-day, just as when slunbers have given place to a six
against sixteen picked players. The I entered there in 1872, finds her ,y
'Vrst ea pt p 7fne 'm o'clock jonrney to Moore's book
'Varsity team put up a finer game own boarding place in one of the store, there to wait in line for two or NEW
than at any time this season. quiet homes of the pleasant little three hours for an opportunity to
they scored rapirly, although the city whose interests centers in the secure a reserved seat for an enter-
scrub team was the strongest that 2,500 students scattered within its tainment in the lecture course, the
could be picked, including such play- borders. She makes the business horrors of tlI present system of as- 111CE
ers as Dygert, Thomas, .Berry, Mow- arrangements for winter's fuel and sigument of seals need no exposition.
ry and McPherran. its storage; she finds her washer- An idea has occurred to me which I
Several new men were tried upon woman or her laundry; she arran- believe suggests a remedy for this on- LIST
the 'Varsity eleven. Jeffris was ges her own hours of exercise, of pleasantness. Let an oblong cardI
tried at center and promises to de- study, and of sleep; she chooses her bpear etanuberao
velop into a superior player. He own societ clubs and church. Theb.e
weighs 196 pounds, and found no advice she gets comes from another end, corresponding to every seat ins
difficulty in forcing his opponent. girl student of sophomore dignity, so much of the hall as is usually or-
- co~pied. Place these cards withth le ___
Wickes and Bently played guards who chances to be in the same house, numbered end downward in a box
and made a more effective combina- or possibly from a still more ad- suitably partitioned, in groups of
tion at center than any yet tried. vanced young woman whom she six cards each, each six cards repre-
Rittenger was tried at half back and met on the journey, or sat near in senting consecutive sittings, but the
showed great strengthki ng church on her first Sunday.
strength.buckingsesersfirstiSunday. groups being scattered permiscu-
he tine. He possesses considerable Strong is the comradeship among ously in the box. Then let a man
Trethsese ambitious girls, who srse one who has a ticket approach the box, wlen yo
'oe eleven was coached by Messrs. another in illness, admonish one show his ticket and draw a card from ill Shoes
Crawford, Murphy, Duffy and Mr. another in health, and rival one whichever appartment he lilkes and
Jamsses Walker, the latter a senior at anotoer in stud only less ragely a
ante nsuYonyeseary pass on to another moan who sliall Q
Harvard. During the intermission than theyalt rival the boys. Is r o t e r
allthaostheyoahaveiplaytheuboys.hInymY indicate on his ticket the number he
all ttose sho have played upon the time in college the little group of has drawn. If he has more than
Varsity eleven were photographed irs udelinoucdntth
s e roeo egs uddeny introdured ito the one ticket he may draw accordingly,
be Gibson, being groupetd 010 thsegrs
sest Library steps. army of young men, felt that the and of course ie has an opportunity i
fate of o-r sex hung upon proving to take any number of consecutive
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Saturday evening University Hall
was crowded to hear Leland T.
Powers in his famous rendition of
"David Garrick." To say that the
audience of 2,500 persons was fully
satisfied, but feebly expresses it.
They were simply entranced by his
marvelously quick transformations
from one character to another, his
flexibility of voice and his clear
enunciation. To be able to carry
through successfully so many differ
ent parts unaided must involve un-
told hours of study and great physi-
cal endurance. All the parts were
very well impersonated but that of
David Garrick, who pretends to be
intoxicated, and that of Mr. Ingot,
the rich merchant, deserve especial
mention. Mr. Powers appeared in
University Hall last season in
"David Copperfield," which though
well performed cannot compare with
his impersonation of David Garrick.
Mr. Powers has won the support of
the students of the University and
when in future he desires a large and
appreciative audience he will be
gladly welcomed.

naL la~ y C 11VVl111
cents, and that women's minds were
particularly absorptive of the calcu-
lus and metaphysics. And still in
those sections where, with growing
experience, the anxieties about co-
education have been allayed, a
healthy and hearty relationship and
honest rivalry between young men
and women exists. It is a stimulat-
ing atmosphere and develops in good
stock a strength and independent
balance which tell in after life.-
Mrs. Alice Freeman Palmer in
Michigan in the Far West.
'The University of Michigan out-
ranks any other institution of higher
education in the opinion of people
here. It seems to be regarded as a
model. There is considerable dis-
cussion in the newspapers in refer-
ence to the state university which is
soon to be erected, and the remark
is daily made that the U. of M.
should be the model."- Extract
from letter of H. B. Dewey, '90's
orator, dated Tacoma, Wash.

sittings up to six. In this way no 20 Ssou
man knows which seat he will have,
and the first man to draw will have NeC
no better chance of securing a good Dr
seat than the last. Why not try
this scheme once ? GRADUATE.
Senior Lit. Caucus.

The senior lits held a caucus Sat-
urday morning in Room A, for the
purpose of selecting a ticket for the
coming election. The meeting was
large and enthusiastic, the co-eds
turning out in a body. The follow-
ing ticket was chosen: P. W. Ross,
president; Miss Maud Forham, vice-
president; W. H. Dellenback, orator;
Miss W. H. Borthwick, prophetess;
Miss Julia Herrick, poetess; C. H.
Towle, historian; E. H. Edwards,
treasurer; G. L. Chapman, secretary.
The utmost good feeling prevailed,
and the Independents are' confident
of success.
Dudley Dean, Harvard's great
quarter back of last year, has made
arrangements to coach Amherst's
team two days each week.

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