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UNIVERSITY OF MICItGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1590.
PRCE 3 CENTS.
THE RETURN GAME AT AL-
of M. WINS.---SCORE 16-0.
The Game Characterized by Hard
Play and Much Slugging.
tspeecialto the Air ."]
ALBIoN, MiWr., OCT. 25, 1890.
The game was called at 3:30,
this afternoon, with Allen as um-
Pire- About 300 were present.
The teams lined up as follows:
b of M oitions Alion.
her ......L. (;..arr
alley... ....R. T.......laruieter
eCule. t. E=. Maywood
-l erman.....L. E......Newell
ewen ....Qu'r back.....Burnlam
ewett hafI acs(Landoni
rosh j....Ialf backs jAnderson
YEert ........Back ......Snell
Grosh made the first touchdown
for U. of M. No goal. le fol-
lowing it up shortly with another,
from which a goal was kicked.
Albion was three times at our
Ve-yard line, but failed to score.
The play was hard on both sides.
Good plays were made by Lan-
d00, Anderson, Burnham, Grosh,
and R~.Sherman. Parneter was
isqualifled for slugging, and H.
Warren substituted. Score, first
half-...... of M., 10; Albion, 0.
In the second half Jewett made
a touchdown after a fine run.
a1.Albion again failed to
acore. R. Sherman, Sutherland,
4Id Chadbourne were put off for
sluging, their places being taken
S. Sherman. Mi.Morran, al RUGBY MEETING. W right, Kay & Co.
i Gurren. Time was called by the ThNwContitution Adopted.
Mipire when, (ladbourne siluged'.
1 urnhai took the opportunity to
make a touchdown for Albion,
which, after a dispute of twenty
minutes, was disallowed.
The rail, which had been
threatening throughout the after-
noon, now began to fall and the
game was called. Score-U. of
M.,1h6; Albion, 0.
The Wesleyan Guild.
The trustees of Wesleyan Guild
have purchased on the corner of
Washington and State streets two
lots upon which they propose to
begin at once the erection of a
large and commodious Guild esti-
mated to cost forty-five thousand
dollars. The object of the Guild,
as set forth by Prof. Winchell in
a neat little pamphlet to the
Methodists of the State and Union,
is the religious and denomina-
tional care of students entering
the University from Methodist
families and families under Metho-
dist influence. The Guild is to
provide a theological library, and
to establish courses of lectures.
It will also provide such other
means of instruction, amusement
and social enjoyment as may be
deemed appropriate. As some
one has estimated that fully one-
fourth of the students are of
Methodist affiliations, the building
of such a Guild must needs be a
very important step in Univer-
Prof. Carliart has gone to Chi-
cago. He will return Monday.
The Webster and Jeffersonian
societies are to unite in giving an
entertainment for the purpose of
raising funds to refurnish their
The Rugby Association met atIK r ursIrnpc stof Gem.
and Art Goods, ueewelers and Op-
11 o'clock this iioring. The
new constitution was adopted taas anufactuers of the
without any material alterations Finest Sacety Badsmadeqnthe
from the outline in yesterday's country, Samples sent upon pro-
D1AII.. The only extended dis- per references,
cession was upon the provision .
resting the whole responsibility of -V
the choice of team upon the cap-
tain and not upon the board of di- 140 WOODWARD AVE.,
rectors. It was finally decided
that the captain should choose Detroit, - - Mchi a.
the teaii. The captain will be---
elected the first week in May, and last few years the Association has
by those memibers of the team who been working without any formal
have played in at least one-half of organization. The comniiittee is
the games of the year. The elec- to adopt a constitution and to de-
tion of officers, with the exception ide upon certain questions that
of captain and treasurer, will be have been discussed. Among
held not later than the Last Mon- the most important of these are
day in October. the conditions of membership and
A warm discussion as to the ad- the fee to be required.
visability of permitting members The Association is to encourage
of the association to vote by proxy research in questions connected
followed the adoption of the coil- with Political Science and to form
stitution. It was the enanimous a boid of union aiong the per-
sons pursuing that class of
sentiment of the eeting Chat (lie studies. In the past the Univer-
custom be hereafter prohibited, as sity has possessed men of national
being detrimental to the best in- fame in these branches, and at
terests of athletics at the 'Varsity. present there is no class of stu-
The election of officers resulted dents that show more interest in
as follows:.President, hugh.Van- their work than those studying
Constitutional History and Politi-
Deventer; Vice-President, G. M. cal Economy. This Associaton
Wisner; Secretary, R. M. Shaw; ought to have a prosperous exist-
Treasurer, R. C. Thayer; Direct- ence.
ors, Ralph Stone and Marshall. AthleicFe
Political Science Association. -j
A committee of three men from.
the seminary in Constitutional
History and the seminary in Po-
litical Economy has been ap-
pointed to reorganize the Political
Science Association. This com-
mittee consists of Messrs. Robin-
son, Warner and Griffin. For the
The University has been offered
three plots for an athletic field.
One of these is part of the old
fair ground and the other forms a
portion of an orchard situated
north of the new fair ground.
The third plot is owned by Law-
rence and is on State street. The
final decision in the matter will be
made some time next week.