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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

of . Tart?
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) dring
the College year, by
THE U, OF M INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscriptionricre 52.5 per year, invariably
in advanceS single copies 3 cents. On sale at
Sneena's andl Post Office news stand at. 12
o'clock, noon. Subscriptions may be left at
the office of the DAILY, Opera House block, at
Sheehan's, at Stofflet's, or with any of the
editors.
Communications should reach the office by
7 o'clock P..if they are to appear the next
day. Address all matter inended for publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager.
THE U. of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
EDITORS.
RALPH STONE, '92, Managing Editor.
S. . CURTIss, '92, Assist. Managing Editor.
G.L.. CAPMA, '92, A tis. ManngsEditor,
J.C. A Tsvs,' '0, Businss Manager.
F. E. JANETTE, '93, Assist.Business Manager.
C. W. RICKETTS,'94, Assist. Business Man'gr.
H, . .JW L. P. . W.H.EsLrSnAC,'2
F. ns '. F. E. G it s , '92.
W. P. PAtRKER, '93. J. 1t. A RNEILL,'93
G. B. Dyert, '93. I C. F. WELLER, 'H.
w. E. McECisOE, '93. CHAs. BAiRD, '95.
r n "au ,vueijlrHfN Houa . . ~
THi, i-ieportof tIe Michigan-Cor-
nell ganc will apear into-morrow's
issue of the DALY.
WHILE the, 'Thanksgiving trip has
not been allentire success as far as
victories are concerned, it has dem-
onstrated very clerly to those who
have watched the games, that the
eleven of next year will be finest
Michigan ever possessed. Not only
this, but it will compare very favor-
ably with any college team in the
country, and if properly coached and
captained, should play very close
games with any team in the country,
the big trio probably excepted. In
the closing game of the season with
Cornell at Chicago, Michigan played
infinitely better foot-ball than at any
time this season. The players tackled
well, broke through Cornell's guard
and block line repeatedly, and lined
up with rapidity. Cornell was met
by the same kind of playing which
overcame Michigan at Detroit, and
the playing was very much closer
than the score, small as it is, indi-
cates.
The Cleveland game was a farce
from beginning to end. The ball,
in two instances, was within five
yards of Cleveland's goal line when
time was called, in the first half,
three minutes short, and in the sec-
ond half two minutes short. The
playing was almost entirely in Cleve-
land's territory. This game will
have the effect of preventing any
games being arranged in the future
with elevens other than those repre-
senting colleges. The Chicago and
Cleveland games were both far from
real foot-ball, and Michigan, in both

cases, was unfairly treated. Cornell
will, we believe, refuse to play Chi-
cago again, because of the un-col-
lege-like treatment to which they
were subjected.
The team went out of training
after Saturday's game. There should
be no delay in electing the captain
for next year. It should be done
immediately. Yale elects its captain
either at the hotel immediately after
the game or upon its return to New
Haven. The eleven should meet
either this evening or to-morrow
evening and elect the captain for
next season. In their choice the
greatest care should be exercised.
No player should be elected who is
not sure of a position on next year's
eleven. The players on this year's
team have it in their power to say
whether next year's foot-ball season
shall be a successful one. We trust
they will elect the proper man.
Hobart Guild.
Last Monday a class was formed
among the young ladies of the Ho-
bart Guild to receive instruction in
physical training. This afternoon,
at five o'clock, they will hold their
first meeting under the direction o
Mrs. Key.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
(Notices 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 office.
LosT.-A Phi Gamma Delta frater-
nity pil, set with diamonds and emer-
alds, somewhere ill AnsI Arbor or on
excursion train Saturday morning.,
Finder please return to DAILY office
and receive large reward.
LosT-Tuesday evening, between
Main Hall and 21 S. State st., a pair of
gold-rimmed eye-glasses. Return to 21
S. State.
Don't forget we keep sweaters, best
quality, $3.50 to $4.25. Mack & Schlmid.
Ladies' Mackintoshes in beautiful
varieties, just received at Mack &
Schmid's.
Hot and cold baths 10 cents, at Post
Office Barber Shop.
Full line new style collars, 4 ply, 15c
or 2 for 25. Mack & Schmid.
$1.95-800 silk umbrellas worth $3.50
to $4.50, marked $1.95 at Mack &
Schmid's.
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.
Very desirable suite of Rooles to
rent at No. 5 Monroe. Rooms opening
to the south; furnace heat, and use of
bath. Price reduced.
U. of M. Buttons, 50 cents each, and
with class year, 75 cents each. We are
the only makers of the three-eighth
inch button, with correetcolors and
polished enamel.They don't fade or
soil, and last forever. Sent postpaid
upon receipt of price. Students are
invited to vist us when in town.
Roehm & SOns Jewelers, Grand Circus
Park, 271 Woodward Ae., Detroit.
Anew line of NPeeltwear just received
and no better styles will be found in
town. You will sath y tre one-half
the prichoud'ayfor them elswere.
Mack & Shmid.

have received for toe opening of college 20,000 Books, new and second
hand of all kinds, Greek, Latin, French, German, Law and Medical Books,
which they will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Mathematical Instruments and Laboratory supplies. See our Note Books
for 1891-2.
affL
- c-
Is the LEADING SCHOOL of0UsINEfs.
Four departments-Commercial, No text-took
or manuscriptwork-&nglish Shortard and
Penmanship. Elegant building ,lae at-
tendance, efficient instructors, work thor-
ough, liVing expenses extremely low,s 225 to
V2 50 per neck, students assssed olso sitions.
For catalogue, address P. R. CLEARY, President.
4 MIGHIGAN GENTRAL
"FThe A'iagara Falls Route.
TIMETABLE (REVISED) NOYEMBER,15,1891,
J. M. STAFFORD CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
The Leader EASTWARD.
N'th
in Fashions in sTATIONS Mail Day 5hre N Y iNilt AtL K.i
Exp Lin Expl Ex. Exp Acc.
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Chicago,Iv. 70 C«12 2f 3110925If104 455
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to Sele t Ypsilanti.... '3 1 ... . 056 (01 8001111'
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from. Call for Detroit,Ar., A6 6457 a20 10'45 7151 1210
a fine fitting Bugfalo.........800 4"0E72,3560,7915
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Chicago, Ar. 755 35 900 650 450 755 1119
U . W. A.UGLES, H. W. HAAYES
GRAND OPERA HOUSE G. P. & T. A. Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor
ONE NIGHT ONLY. Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
n....cr .,F, /Michigan Railway.
iIILI3ISJ lilg Dauu 3i, 9s

Thursday Evening, e0. 3,3 u
Positively the only performance of this great
production in Ann Arbor. w. A. Brady's
Superb Original Production of the
World-tamed
.f"
Alexander Dumas' Greatest Play.
MISS EMMA BELL,
AS IZA, the Bewitching, Handsome Model.
The Virgin-8:00 p m; The Page- :30 p in;
The Model-9:00 p m; The Bride-9:125 p m;
The Wife-9:45 p m; The Siren-10:1l p m.
Reigning Sensation ofthe world! Direct from
the htaudardTheatre, New York City with all'
the Identical Cast, Scenery and Effects.
Prices,d5 , a $1.00
S patssn sale atF,0. News Stand.

ime Table going into effect September13, 1511.
Arrival of trains at Ann Arbor.
No. 2. Through Mail and Express... 7 40 a. m.
No. 4. Ann Arbor & ToledoAccom..11 50 a. m.
No. 6. Clare Passenger.............. 5 05 p. m.
GOING SOUTH.
No 1. Clare and Toledo Accom......11 30 a. m.
No.3. Through Mail,............... 9 20p.m.
No.5. Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom.. 720 a. m.
Trins4 andi5 run between Ann Arbor and
Toledo usly.
Central Standard Time.
All Trains Daily except Sunday.
W. H. BENNETT, R. S. GREENWOOD,
Gen.Pass. Agent. Local Agent.
KAP

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