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November 19, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-19

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THE U. OF:)M. DAILY.
Puahished Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Collge year, by
THE U. OF M. INIEPENIENT ASOCIATON.
sbcription price $;.,11 peyear, invariably
ini advaace. Sigle copier 3 cet. On sale at
Sheehan's ad PotOfi 1cnews cstand eery
evening at 6i o'clock. Sbsciption may bo
eft it tle ofice of' the DtY, lpea aoe
biock, at Sheloa'a. ac Foitet, orit5 ay
of the editors.
C'ota mi cations shols reah the offic by
0 A. . i they arc to aper he ram la.
Address all matter itteided frpohliaion to
the Managing Editor. All busincs comtmtunt-
iatons should beosant o hclBusitiessan-
ager
-Report all tieget ;o the par of Crrer t0
the City Circulator, W. B.O'Nel.
THE U. of M. DAILY.
Ann Arbor, Mih.
EDITORS.
H. B. anOEMAKER. '-, M.ON DR
W. E. GaRIFFIN '91.Ae. M..,.-0 EITO..
A. H. OERT. '92. A..'. MaN, .9EnIe..
M. B. HMONttn.'at. a.ooMNAO.,.
W. Ba. O'NEILL 'a1. A--'e BasM ..
R. W. DOaGHTY, '92. A.'c. Bas..MAvR
itinON iticitoi, 'li. P. I. TinAt, '.
H.tD. OIc'tcnct.'1. IfO i. tlcsr.ct '.
E. s.i.OLLND'f1;:. L. SUTHMAtDt11,y,'.
RAtePs SUNc,'l97. ii..'ITACt, '00
I. G. W ITccAcut, .3. . L . MAONo, 91.
It shows a lick of riglt feelitg
an~d sense of lionorl, wei tintgs
arrive at such a pass that books
of the instruictorls ae inot sae oti
the desks inth le recitationi roomts.
Prof. de onht has recently had
two books taket, presumtably
stolet, froni the desk in ioo0(11.
There has comie to us before, a
complaint of dishoesty especially
in regard to coats and hats. This
complaint has been directed to-
wards the Freshmtan class, whether
unjustly or not is a question which
we hope can be settled in the near
future.
All lovers of the highest dra-
miatic art will be afforded a rare
opportunity of hearing something
great to-molfrow evening.
Louis 1Jalmes is undoubtedly,
oule of or greatest tagic actors.
Ilis repriesentattions of 4''Irutus"
is conceded to be oe of the
stronigest characterizations of that
role, now onthde stage. No ote
shotld miss this opportunity to
hear James if they have not al-
ready.
The Cortell Sun complats of,
the style of play of the U. of M.
team in Saturday's game, and
asserts that our players "tshowed
themselves to be disreputable and
niot gentlemen in the least sense." 1
This sort of talk seets to us in
perfect accord with Cornell's con-t
duct during the game, in a word
babyish, not the manly spirit that
one looks for in foot-bll. We
grant that the game was rough
and hard played, but deny the
chlarge of intentiottal slugging ex-
('ept ii retaliation for Corell's
dirty- pa . Their eastern trip
leod taught them all (le means,
1011)3 f ilie gam te, anid they used
tliemi with tellitig efect when, the1
Pcs /ese was't1flsokio. What
wonder that our mn, little used
to that st}'le of play, became ex-
asperate.d at times and attempted
to play thle same kind of game.
In regard tos our "lack of ex-
peience', anid ignorance of te
first prinipiles of the game", the
Sun mnakes ii direct quotation
froma the Boston Globe criticism
of their own game with Hlarvard.
We have no fault to find with
the result of Saturday's game.
Foot-ball is yet iii its infancy here,
and1( the imtprovemient from 56-0
last year, to 20-5 this, is decid-
edly gratifying. Next year we
will play Cornell a still better
ganie, for we propose to start the
season early, employ a coach, take
ani eastern practice trip, and learn
(lie game of whichl we "d,-)tiot
know thle first piniciples' iii the
opinion of(lie Cornell Sn.-
BUSINESS LOCALS.
[Ntietinerted in this comna at the rain
01 10 cents per line, sing~rle inetian. Special
ratosn fr longer tor and eStales efrnihed
by , apyig at thineflle or by cnnatinun .
w. uiaghty Assistant Businesa Manager.)
Go to E. B.. tall for coa.
For Warm Underwear atd Stylish
Overcoats see Wagner &c Co.
Grubers chocolates atitlbn-oem
are (ha fitest that cans be uade, pure
lavors, no iadulteration. Try them.
1'. O. News Room.
See tie Colubia Bicycle iti window
State andt'Williamn St.
Nobly Black Cheviot suitings $2At)
atid upwards atStaitrds.
For fun! we will cut prices on Ban-
jos, Guitars, Maudolins, Cases and
Strings for the samce lower thain at
any music hotse in Michigan. This
mns all the words implly. AWilsey,
2.5 S. 4tht Avenue, City.
Novelties in) Top (oatings at Staf-
ford's.
Stewart Banjos at Wisey's.
Baths 1ile at P1. . Barber Shop.
Mdl Gillespie, Teacher of Guitar,
Banjo and Mandolin at Clements.
Bay State and other Gtitars, Banjos
anid Mandolins at Wilsey's.
Bost Strings at Wilsey's.
Scbleede, 0 State, sells 110 sheets of
Lotus Linen, 8 by 11 inches, for 25c.
Books bound for 35c, upwards.
FoxREtNT-Suite of rooms nicely
furnished, bath hot and cold water,
furnace, etc. No. 48 E. Liberty-t.
WANED-Fifteenl Young Men and
Ladies to canvass. Good pay. Apply
at . 0. News Room at once.
STUDENTS' BOOKS-
aUY YOUE COLLEGE
TETBon~s. LAW ANDP MEDIcAL E005S
NOTE HOOBS, AT THlE
STUDENTS' BOOK STORE, STATE STRIEET.
S'ee'med-hanild book-s at low prices. We are agents of Paul E. Wirt, Scott a11'
Hlolland fountain pens. Bargains ini stationery.
SmT=FCO., -
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CHRY1 USHESS C1tURE,
wTHE B EST.S
SvnenteachrslieBloardsick Farninhed
Ram !V2.25psreki.C(iculars upon appli-
P. R. CLEARY, President.
BURLEIGH & JOLLY1
DEFALERaS IN
ST/\TICLIN ERY.
BLANK BOOKS.
ATHLETIC GOODS AND STUDENTS' 'PUPPLIEI.
MMCHIGAN TGFin.
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