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October 19, 1891 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-19

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+ " Alumni should not feel ashamed of
b Of a~ * their alma mater, as it stands on an
equal footing with Yale or Harvard
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during and has not so many years of exist-
the College i ear, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION ence to its credit. Nor should they
on the other hand be ashamed to

Subscription price $2 50 per year, invariably
in advance Single copies 3 rents. On sale at
Sneenan s andi Post Office news stand at 1
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
Communications should reach the ofice by
7 o'clockP. m. if they are to appear the net
day. Address all matter intended for publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All busess
communications should be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
RALPHS TONE, '92, Managing Editor.
S. W. CuRTIss, '92, Assist. Managing Editor.
G. I. CHA PMAN, '92, Assist. Managing Editor.
J. C. TusVIS, '12, Busiaess Matnager.
W. P. PARt, '93, Aosist.Busieassaanaer.
C. W. RICKETIS, '94, Assist. Business Man'gr.
F.. 0 ttoos. '12.sF.E.tt.crS '92.
F. E. JANoETE. '93. J.1.R1. Atsse., 'li.
G. B. Dygert. '93. I C. F. wELLER, '94.
WE cannot condemn too strongly
the practice which prevails among
the students who attend the foot-
ball games, of encroaching upon the
field while the game is in progress.
If an improvement in this respect is
not shown at the next game upon
the home grounds, the management
will feel compelled to exclude the
spectators entirely from the field,
and confine them to the grand stand.
We trust that this will not be neces-
sary. Students are not sheep, and
if a few thoughtless ones rush upon
the field and impede the players, as
they did on Saturday, the spectators
have it in their power to call them
back and not follow them upon the
WE may be accused of harping on
a worn-out subject, but we are satis-
fied that we are justified in doing so.
We can hardly pick up an exchange
without reading of some magnificent
gift being made to one of our sister
universities, while we can pick up
dozens of them and not find any
gift of $250,000 or $500,000 to our
own-the U. of M. Why this is,
we cannot tell, unless it is for one of
two reasons. Either our alumni are
poor, which hardly seems to be the
case, or else they regard their Alma
Mater as a state institution support-
ed by the state, which can worry
along without any outside help. We
are inclined to think the latter is the
case, and to such we would say that
the University can never have too
solid a foundation. Every dollar
added to its revenue will increase its
facilities for providing knowledge,
and help make it the grandest insti-
tution of learning in America. Our

give a small sum toward its advance-
ment, as a few such sums rapidly
count up and soom make large ones.
If our alumni after getting out into
the world and enjoying the reward
reaped from the advantages of old
U. of M. would only think how
niuch they are indebted to it, and
would grant to it a small sum as a
recompense, the condition of the
University would be materially ad-
vanced and in a few years we could
easily claim to be THE University of
Michigan vs. Olivet.
The following team left for Olivet
this morning on the 8:40 train:
Crawford, right end; Hayes, right
tackle; Berry or 'homas, rightguard;
Wickes, centre; Tupper, left guard;
Powers, left tackle; Dygert, left end;
Sherman, quarter-back; Van In-
wagen and Grosh, half-backs; Duffy,
full-back; Williams and Thomas or
Berry, substitutes.
(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.1
COOKING SCHOOL.-A course in cook-
ing, consisting of eight lessons, will be
given in Harris Hall from Nov. 2 to 11,
by Miss Emma Irving, price $3 for the
course, 50 cents for single lesson. Time,
3:30 to 5:00 p. m.
A few new and second-hand Bicycles
at greatly reduced prices at Brown's
Drug Store.
Back numbers of the U. of M. DAILY
can be obtaited at Stofflet's News
Stand, Opera House Block.
"Michigan" and "Ann Arbor" sou-
venir spoons at Watts', 10 S. Main
Student wanted as agent for our
house; junior preferred. Address L.
Dreka, Stationary Engraving House,
1121 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
A look through our line will convince
you that we are the house to purchase
your Clothing, Furnishing Goods and
Hats of. Call and see them. The
Two Sams.
Ask last year's students where they
trade. All will say, at the Two Sams.
We have the novelties for you. The
Two Sams.
Hot and cold baths 10 cents, at Post
Office Barber Shop.
F. J. Schleede will bind your books
and magazines from 25 cts, upwards.
Furnishes all missing numbers in peri-
odicals; 266 sheets of linen paper, 9
by 11, for 25 cents. Photos and views
of the U. of M. Manufacturer of note
books anld tablets.
Heated rooms at 34 North State st.
Prices reduced.
Anewlineof Neckwear just received
and no better styles will be found in
town. You will say they are one-half
the price you pay for them elsewhere.
Mack & Schmid.
Don't forget we keep sweaters, best
quality, $3.50to $4.25. Mackr& Schmid.
Full line new style collars, 4 ply, 15e
or 2 for 25. Mack & Schmid.
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.

S ESAN & Qo., &fte 8f.,
have received for the opening of college 20,000 Books, new and second
eland 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.
. s r
a Four departments-Commercial, No text-book
C or manuscript work- &nglish. Shorthand and
Penmanship. Elegant building, large at-
tendance, efsicient instructors, work thor-
- ough, living expenses extremely low, $2.25 to
'.50 per werek; st'udents assstedoc to positonts.
For catalogue, address P. R. CLEARY, President.
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--FOR- G. P & T. A. Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor.
Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, Fine
Confections, Cigars and Tobacco.
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.
Time Table gotng Into effort September 13,1891.
Arialat trais at AnnsArbor.
HNo. 2. Through ail and Ex ress... 740a. m.
NO. 12 W. HURON ST No. 4. Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom..l150 a. m.
No. 6. Clare Passenger-.............. 5 05 p.im.

Wednesday Eve., October 21.
D. H. Scully's Company in the New Roman-
tic Irish Comedy,
The Best Irish Play Ever Written.
All the special scenery used in the play is car-
ried by the company.

No 1. Clareand Toledo Accom......1130 a. m.
No. 3. Through Mail-1................A20 p.m.
No. 5.: Ann Arbor & Toledo Acaom.. 7 20 a. m.
Trains 4 and 5 run between Ann Arbor and
Toledo only.
Central Standard Tine.
All Trains Daily except Sunday.
Gen. Pass. Agent. Local Agent.
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