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November 07, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-07

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M. DAILY.
THE U. OF
'C. of 'niF. Iaiu.
Publishest Daily (Sandays excepted) during
the College tecar, by
THE U. of IM. INDEPENDENT ANSOC1AT1ON.
Subscrption price g2.50 per year, invariably
in advance. Single copies 3 cents. Onesale at
Sheehan's and Post Otice newt statnd every
evening at 6 o'clock. Subscription masy be
left at theoflice of thelDAtLY', Opteta touse
block, at Shehan's, at Stotllet's, or tih any
of te editors.
Comtnmsnicationo should rechithe 'ofeby
10 A. M. iftihey are tssapspear thesaea(lsay.
Address alomatter intended for publicatiott 1W
the Mattagirng Editor. All busisneat commn-ost
catlous ohould Ito senst to te Busitness state
ager.
Rettort all neglect :totlsrtsart sof Carriers to
the City Circulator, W. Bt. O'Neid.
THE U. of N. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Nich.
EDITORS.
H. B. SOAER, 'at,'AAIG DTR
W.. .tGRIFFIN,'at.ase'c. MANAINGaDTR
A. H. COVERT. 'as. a**'T. MANAGIG. DIOR
M. S. HAMMNDo.'at. BuinsMNGR
W. B. O'1sIL. '9A T BS ANGR
Rt. W. D OUGHTY. '92. 5..'c. Bus. MAAGER.
E.10.ts.tJ . :.s1t. 5. .. tttT vtt.'It.
El.t'tliOs'. J. Ot' 'Isas ''.
L. G. W ttT'EHttut, '4)3. f.PIL. MASON, . 1
It is unlfortunallte thiat the claIss
games as now arran~gedi, initerfere
with the practice of te 'Varsity
teamti. Sinlce tilt object of class
teatns is to develop 'Varsity ma-
term!l, tiltspresettcotiflict isi re-
gard to timne of playisig and
grotutds shold~s in sonie way be
retnedied. Unle's the gatmes can
be played at an earlier' hour some
otlier grounds should be secured
"Let me say that all ungenltlemanly
player is tile worst enemyll of atsy gamue.
Then, toe, a tdirty' player will tirver
do as well as tttought le playetd a
-sqluare, harsd, clean gatne. 'What
rustier's 11a110 stunts pre-emititit at
Priticetoni :XWho is Yule's greatest
pslayers And yet (Cowan atid Gill were
tiever ktnowsn to step their harst, clean
pslay tosc vrip~ or sltlg. At Htarvardl,
Yiardisg atndl 'litnock have Iplayetd
the samte Issition--the formler wvas a
sltigger, tje lutter noted is a hard btt
inantlly player. I ask my foot-bull
friens wh s~ichi was theo grouter1plaiyer?
't'henl the sectionl which I demnd ttof all
foost-bsall mtett is to try to dligtiify thse
spoert bsyIpilyin~g a live, hard, watcltfusl,
mansily gamle. Let every captuits,
"couch," anid friendi of foot-hull ems-
phalsize' tore thiasi ever the 1100d of
grit anit tirelessly thurd effort, is-1't
lerts' tisciounstenaunce dirty play or
atigry disttlay. It shiould be the ptridle
sof every team to become sioted as coni-
posed o(f the hardest and best bttmlist
getllemantly players."
ATHLETIC NOTES.
Crasnstosn, Harvard's 'etntlrshl,
I has recovereti ando is again play-
isig with thle elevenl.
Owisig tos the fact that s0oImansy
osf the oarsmieni of Columsbia aire
plaiyinsg foot-ball this fall, it is
psrolbable that the anstual fa. Ir'i-
gattai will lnt be i'owedl.
The Hlarvarsdfall gatnes were
held oi Saturday atid were sin-
uisullly sulccessfnl, the tisiile ill all
the evesits beisng very good.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
STUDENTS' BOOKS.
BUY YOUR COLLEGE
TETBOOil. LAW ANDT MEDICAL Q05
NOTEh BO~OKS, A 1TH
STUDENTS' BOOK STORE; STATE STREET.
Seoesls-llltts books at low prices. We are agetts of Putl E. Wirt, Scottan
Holland fotntain pen. Bargailsaiti stationery.
T~hD ST MQLU.AN GAD A
isnl l "The Niagara Fls Rote
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME
AND 'THE Cma1 ~
CHARY W NW COLtLEGI~fE, 0f
C ______I
-IS- l 0.51 '68a
""THE BEST.w- - -
Sev'etnteent eacher. Botelrdwth Frnshtsl ' S 5 oqI H5
toats 12.'. per week. Circsulars pes appi-t t Si g s' If
P. R. CLEARY, President o "i a H oI s0
BUJRLEIGH & JOLLY 00
1DEALESI\ IN
3TATIDNERY 15"0
TLETI CLODSlAND TDENTS' DIMPLIES. __~~~
Best lse of FOUNT1AIN PENS in' theI
city. Ice Creall, Sesdawatesa
Cistfetietts,('sltlLetsvles _____________
Cigars and51 'obacc. I0 .
OYSTERS, FRtY, STEW Ott PLAIN: 10
Call and seus at 1uIN't'I. '
26 80T=1- SIXA.W:EJ 8 SI trQ
DL. IIOWD'S HEALTH EXERCISIER I _m' 7 e OP - ;A
ror Bran-oshen IkIdenat Poople i L'PIff I a t
Oelt'ttsvt, Lsslts, Y5'tsth te
Athlete rv a id~s. A Stomptlte i laily. *Sndy excepted.
gt~sssus,. .'aks up bt i.5
ya i'ur loss o, e, sv, sietifict,
S durablel, s'tmpsjebvsiv, chap 0 W.RUGOLNS, It. WLAbESr
Isdbly os,ssssshsiits to' 0. P tT. A. Chiago. Ag' tIAl'o5
ye,,, clrgymaen, odit- t he r
nowcasl'.g it. Sndfo lei c- -- - __ -
2'au s O. in,stt .sg's ltoch r . Pl D .I
ClssLI sowd sifchysical and Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Vssal Cutue,9tatil4 t. Nw York. Michigan Railway.
M 1 J J L O R Y 1 Thme Tle gig inoseet, Mnday.Noae.
QAI 17 efx L LUsGing Nrtk. ISTATIOS.,Going Ssat'
FRENCHI ICE CREAM. FINEST FRENCH i --'. .3.~
COOKING. LOWEST PRICES lFORf I osCe"Ca. tndrdTiets'e
BEST MATERIAL. 1SFap. hoprallSadadTme li~ a
TI Fort St.. West. - Detroit -_Mi-ch.__
...1 a et u nL'e Ars , . p.X """""",
CITY LIVERY AND SALE STABLE 1153 0 00 ..-..TOLEO-.. 1 1011tI""
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Noe. 13 ant 11 Washnglo t . - Ypsilanti lih ° . 4 ,0 047 ........Otsttdg..... 1d1 22"sa ";
Firt-slas"Rilgs atd Stylish Saddle rsfcsa 4131 7 (0 ........iistts........ 11710 0"""
for Hire. . 5 7 11 ... Pttgkld..... 11379 5 40'""
50 74 ..ASS ABsOlIlls 9 10
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1.50.. ..1105 .....Faen ll.. ... 3 Y$ $
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Seas t al atth.P 0 Nes oo. lE.-B. A.LW. LAY f".& °t.
<7x
byute class elevens. Notices inserted in thiscolsmn at thse cute
vyf s10 censper lite, ingle insertan. spec'ial
- ----- :rates far langer time aad extra lines fuarnished
We aaplttganthis office cr by consaltins IR.
We pulishl in another columnn . Dtoughty, Assistant IBusiness Manager.]
P Gruher's chocolates and host-heons'
a commsunication called out by a are the eiest that can hoeumade, putre
camps noe ofa reentissue. ftavors, tie adulteration. Try them.
camps noe of5k rcent P. 0. News Roomi.
The itemn refet'red to, gave the For futs! we will cut prices on Ban-
opinion of the Purdue men, not 300, Guitars,' Maudolitis, Casesatid
Strings for the satne, lower thsatt at
that of the D)AILY, atnd was pritited any tiusic 110u100ill Mic'higan. This
as anitem of nws. n Iiean ll hIthe words imply. A. Wilsey,
purely a nie o es n235S. 4th Avenue, City.
point of fact, the principal thing Foi.I RNI'.-Suite 1f rooms eleganitly
IC 051'pha, whhel stikesa tan urnlishsed andis only a block froti calls
in or paywhih sriks amanpus. 44 Soutth Thsayer Street.
familiar withl the Easternt gamnes, Try the Toledo Steamn Landry.
is the absence of qulick, shlarp, Go to E. B. 11111 for coat.
hard lay, I~l is at- Inosect thsefinest litie of Overceoats
had lyan tsparentit- illAnntiArbsor. Wagtser & ('o.
tendant rougnglsess. Our teamn Stewart Basnjos at Wilsey's.
inivdaly adas a whole, ply oilsi. IIvs"'.--Suiltg of teems nicely
indivduall, ah~ p~ayfursiishiedl1ndthconvenienstly sitnated
a gesitlemnanhy game, free from only a bock from thle campus. 41 S.
unnecessary roughness,. although iTayer St. Chleapl.
two o t~lt rushrs sole- ths 10e cat P. 0. Barber Shop.
one or too usessm- Mell Gillesptie, Teachler of Guitatr,
times becotme excited and play Bansjo and Mandotin at Clement's.
hard, but with no intetntional hay State and other Guitars, Ban~ljos
<<brutaiitiandMaudolintsat Wilsey's.
"buaiY."Underwear-Waglner & Co.
A recenht article by Mr. Wood- Fancy Vestings at Stafford's.
ruf,.for four yeara right guard on Best Strilngs at Wilsey's.
" 1,0ee different styles in Nohhy
the Yale eheven, expresses our Trouserings at Stafford's.
opinion so well that we append LosT--A Sigma Ph1i fraternity pin,
the ollain xtrat "set in sappphires and otne diamond,
th folwigetrc:marked Ldward 1D.Wickea. $55reward.

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