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October 21, 1891 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-21

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Collee ear, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
rt. "nau. "uso Nou...
WE have received two articles-
one, some verses upon foot-ball, and
the other, a "kick" upon the manner
in which the eleven is being trained.
Neither of these communications are
signed, and of course we cannot
publish them. It is a well-known
rule that all communications must
be signed, not necessarily for publi-
cation but merely as an evidence of
good faith. We cannot publish the
"poem,'' because it is not our pol-
icy to fill our columns with verse.
We are not a humorous paper either,
but simply a newspaper, and we en-
deavor to cover the entire field of
college news as completely as is
possible with the proper attention to
studies.
Poor proof-reading is responsible
for two misleading sttements in our
account of Mionday's foot-ball gansie
with Olivet. In commenting upon
Gilbert's brutal slugging, We were
made to say that, "He continually
befed and bucked Michigan's men
when down.'' It should have read,
He continnually heeled and kicked
Michigan's men when down." The
other error made us say, "In both
games the brutal tactics were com-
mented upon by Michigan's oppon-
ponents." This gives an entirely
erroneous impression, and might
convey the mearing that Michigan's
brutal tactics, were commented up-
on by Albion and Olivet. It should
have read, "In both games, the
brutal tactics were commenced by
Michigan's opponents." These
mistakes are very humiliating to us,
and we trust our readers will over-
look them.-
ALTHOUGH but a single day inter-
venedbetween the Albion and Oh-
vet games, and that day Sunday,
Michigan's team work showed great
improvement. The eleven is begin-.
ning to show the result of Craw-
ford's coaching. The men are be-
coming more familiar with the
signs. Three things must be.learned
before the season is far advanced:
(r), to tackle low; (2), how to stop
a short rush; (3), how to protect a
runner when passing around the
ends. There.is one thing that great-.
ly needs to be impressed upon the
players. In a game, the captain
should be the only one to tall. No
reason need be advanced, At.O0N-
vet twenty-two men were talking at
the same time, and 'they ell knew

THE U. OF
just how it occurred, and they were
all positive thattheir eleven was en-
titled to the advantage of the ref-
eree's or umpire's ruling. The
game should be played qietly. No
player, no matter how able, can talk
and.pay attention to the game at the
same time. Then again these wise
words of probably the greatest foot-
ball authority in the country, should
be observed: " No captain, who is
himself a player, can or ought to
undertake the general coaching of
his team, for two reasons: . In thte
first place, lie can never study them
dispassionately from all sides and
come to a fair conclusion as to just
what they are capable of; and in the
second place, he cannot both play
and coach either to his own advant-
age or that of his team.'' It would
be scarcely proer, ordinarily, for
us to make these observations, but
the team has been so slow to con-
prehend its duty in the matter that
its shortcomings need public cor-
rection.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
tNotices inserted in this column at the rate
at 0 cens prs lin. Special atesa r lnne
tine. and extalis urnisedb aQtig at
then DAIonice.
A few new and second-hand Bicycles
at greatly reduced prices at Brown's
Drug Store.
"Michigan' and "Atn Arbor' su-
veiir spoons at Watts-, 10 S. Mai
street.
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; 26 sheets of linen paper, 9
by 11, for 25 cetnts. Photos and views
of the U. of M. Manufacturer of note
books and tablets.
Heated rooms at 34 North State st.
Prices reduced.
Anew line of Neckwear just received
and no better styles will be found ins
town. You will say they are one-half
the price you pay for them elsewhere.
Mack & Schmid.
Dont forget we keep sweaters, best
quality, $3.50 to $4.25. Mack & Schmid.
Full line new style collars, 4 ply, 15c
or 2 for 25. Mack & Shmie.
Ladies of the 1. of M. will find it
greatly to their advantage to call on us
when in need of Cloaks, Dress Gosds
or Fancy Dry Goods. Mack & Schmid.
'Myles Fad, a new, iomantic
Irish comedy. will be produced at the
Opera House to-night. The company
has just closed successful engagements
at Syracuse and Buffalo to crowded
houses, and press of both cities en-
thusiastically praise both play and com-
pany. They carry and use all their
own scenery, whichproves their ability
to give an excellent scenic production.
D. . Scully and Charles Gibney are
'very popular actors in the East, of rec-
ognized merit,' and their supporting
company includes clever and versatile
specialty people, giving a comedy per-
formance unequalled even in Irish
plays. Seats can now be secured.

M. DAILY.
eHAI &Qo., 8tafe 8t.,
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 Red uced Prices.
Mathematical Instruments and Laboratory supplies. See our Note Books
for 1891-2.

OLI
Is the LEADING SCHOOI of BUSINESS.
= - ;SFour departments-Commercial, No text-book
or manuscript'work-&nglish. Shorthand and
Penmanship. Elegant building, large at-
-=tendarce, efficient istructors, work tbar
aoughliving expenses extremely low,s25to
$5:0 per week ;students ass sted to poastis .
Sar catalogue, addsess P. B.CLEARY, Presdeni.

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MIHIGAN GENTRAL
AS. M. STAFFOR D, "The Niagara Falls Route.
TIME TABLE (REVISED) JUNE, 28, 1891.
J.- . STAFFOR CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
F XNE The Leader EASTWARD.
in Fashions ilI STATIONSM ail DaySlhre N Y Ni't AtL. Kal
Exp Lim Expl Ex. Exp Acc.
y- TAT -nr Morelunit Tail- . u.n. itP. t.M. P r.n. am
ChiengnLv.1 705 9 O0 122 310 9 25 i a1ss
o\r i ng. "inn use ackson.....:255 4a 5 5847 40 6151 850
Dexter..... did4J....... 554> 7525 j ss5
line of Piece Delhi ds..43.. . 7 3
IANN ARBOR.. 4 42 5 25 6 Z 45h01 7 45.10 19
( j/ K Goods to select can..527: 5,0 :...9a 6 4! s8M 0s0
1. 1 1a_1 T i n a . d.. . P . .31. 87 A 10
from. Call for DetroitAr r. 615li5 720 10451 7)920112
a fine fittisg Buffalo......... S an. 4 0725, 15n0
-i. WEsTWARD.
Chi. N'th
19 S. MAIN ST.. No. 19 TATIONS. Detr Chi. Lim Eve. Shre Pac. Mail
Exp Eip Exp Exp. Lim Ex. Acc.
Au asOR, MnIC. S. Aainff at ao,....... 20.. se 0san 53t0seasat6e
.. ... M.rP. 5, ..P,M . cii.
DetroitLLv... 820 5120l7 45in sin5445
Waynease 5550..... 8 5.. 9 5aa5319
...s aw e..""' lYpsilanti.... 51228 10 2 05 8547 ..... 15 15 5 40
ANAB.. 9 35 59 219 ls te19 10 30 5 5
Delhi Mills.. 9 43 ... ... 9 15 ...
D ester....55 ...... t. .. e6'(
ik~l tk 1kJ~ l X l helsea ... 1010...... 9,1s........ .....e618
Jackson..... 1100 925155 115 t11 655
P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. A. M. A. M.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS rhialsg'Ar. 75555 9t0 "6 50450 51115
-AT-- tDaily. *Sunday excepted.
P. 0. NEW S STAND o. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
--FoR- G. P.& T. A. Chicago. Ag't Ann Arbor-
Newspapers, M gaines, Periodicals, Fine
Confections. Cigars and Toacco.
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.
Time Table 901119inteffect September13,1891'
Arrival of trains at Ann Arbor
PIMITOGRAP GIE NTH
N OWHRO T No. 2. Through Mail and Express... 7 40 a. m.
NO. 12 W. HURON ST No. 4. AnnAsrbor & ToledoaAccom..11 50 a. m.
Nn R_ Clro Pssanrr K M.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Friday Eve., October 23, 1891.
THE WINSOME SUNBEAM,
LITTLE GOLDIE
Inthe realistic comedy drama, the
ROCKY MOUNTAIN WAIF
Under the management of A. H. Phillips.
A car load of scenery. New and-novel me-
ehanical effects. Strong cast. Superb pro-
duction. A genuine Becky Mountain pony
and burro.

io. o.dare rassenger.... ........ .. 505 .m.
Nat. Clace and Toledo Aceom ..1 10.am.
Na. 3. Throaghs Mail ............. 9520p. m.
No. 5.'- Ann Arbor & Toledo Accom.. 7 20 a. m.
Trains 4 and 5 run between Ann Arbor and
Toledo only.
Central Standard Time.
All Trains Daily except Sunday.
w. H. BENNETT, R. S. GREENwOOD,
Gen. Pass. Agent.. Local Agent.
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