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October 06, 1890 - Image 2

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GC. of '_-M Xdait.
PSbilhdily (Sunds XCexcetd drin
the Collee yaear, by
THE 0,. OfE. INDEPENDENT AhSOGRTON.
Sbscription price V,5 per year, ivariaby
in advance. Single copies 3 cents. On sane at
Sheehan's and Post Office newsr statd every
evening at 6 o'clock. Subscription may e
lit at the 'otfice o the DAILY, Opera IlOane
block, at Sheehan's. at Stofiet's. or tith any
it the editors.
Comunieations should reach the oice by
1 A. t. it they arc t apear the sate day.
Aidrcss all tatteeitendedtueotipubliatisn to
the liatagiag Idiia. Alt bsitess cmaunt-
icationsi soudbe icst to the Buoies. Man-
ager.
tRcportall neglect othe alt oft tCaries t
the City Circulator, IV. 13. O'Neill.
ITHE U. of Xi. DAILY,
Ann Arbr, Mc.
EDITORS.
H. B. SHOEMAKER. -, BanaInS EITn.
A. H. CVEaR. A6- .MnmAGI EnITOR.
M.B. HAMMNDan.'nt INaaUnftMANA .,
W. B. O'NEiLL. 'n, A-'T. Ba. MNOR
R. W. DOGHTY,.'a2. Aaa'. Ba. MAmaO.
WI . ti~. G ti 'l. FL. STIBrs~csa, 'I.
L. G.5'iii. wrUAi, '3 1 ,. MAiSaN, 93.
C. .. SPAsN. '.
The board wish to express their
thanks for tle manytl words of
goo d-wd sitini ecourgemlent they
have received frossste Presidest
aid frosm all msesmbers of the Fac-
ulty.
The policy of out college press
Ieseofore, as generally beets to'
biestow'usnstisted lprais tposa 01t'
atiletic teams, regardless of tieis'l
actual mseit. lorsltantltce theI
nise last spring were told that
they were a nmatcls for any Anen-
can college-yet were beatesa by a
smaall college osithe eastern trip
ansd ol the lome grossnds by
Oberliss.
The elevesn of last year had no
idea of asy defeats its training or
of the existessce of suds a tisg
as defeat-until after the Corell
gamse This will sot be te po-
cy of the DAIsY. We believe
tsat a spirit of sld criticisms will
ill msore tos help our atletics tas
promsiscouts adulatios. Let uss
look at things as they ae. We
casnot expect ti sesd out ass
elevess equal to that of Princetons
os' Yale, because we do not re-
ceive the samve trained athletes
frossathe preparatory schools. We
are away behind in metods of
training and coaching. We hae
ht little atlletic enthusiasm here
and for that reason the necessary
funds arc hard to raise. These
are the facts. Now for the reme-
dy. We must put ourselves in as
..
THE U. OF M. DAILY.
close cossnection as possible witha
thse athletic centes East. The
DILYs~x will aid vey smssclsits this
respect.
Thsess we msust develop enthsus-
iasm nsd college athletic pride by
haing winnolesgood goiits' )layd
heee. It is a selisha and a short-
sighted policy thsat arranges al
the gamses away frosssIone, anti
one that deprives the teams of col-
lege suplport, soral atdinasscial.
These is no reasosn whateves'wy
Cornell cansot e isduced to comte
here this fall its returts fos'or
gamse there lst year. Glamaes cats
doubtless e arraged at Assn Ar-
hiss witht Oberlin, U. of Wiscon-
sit, Northiwesterts asd Ntre
Dassse. Good gasses like these
played here will serve the dossle
pups of arousinsg college esthus-
iasmssassd saising a fund towards
payinsg the expesnses of tle eleven.
Lastly every ssan who cats play
foot-hall at all smust come out ad
try for the sew teasm. Tlesmesn
who lave shown up so far are by
no mseans, let us lope, all the
good msen its college. Tie best
smen will get ots theseIam.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
[Nities isserted in tislumnit at teratsc
or ss cenitster lhne, sige isiertiiit. specil
riate for losger tune adssit eae lines frnrisecd
lby iaplyitg at tisiofoice or ty coisusltiu R.
SC. tDoughty, Assistantsi ansseoaManager.1
tGi to E.B. IH lal for coal.
Baths loc at P. C. Barber Ssop.
Mll Gillespie, Teacher of Gu itar,
Basnjo andi Masdolins at Clemet's.
Buy coal of Schunltz. Office ott West
:is st.
Bity cigars, cansdy, stationery, etc.,
at Gruber's P. C. News Roosm.
Bargaisns in new vbse-bursser col
stoves at Eberbach Hardwasre Co.'s.
Warsmsunsderwear cleap. Wagsier
& to.
Busy yousr college text-books, ne' an
secosid land, at kile Stutlenst' Book
Store, State t.
Examiise Stafford's stock of trouser-
isngs and fancy vestisngs.
Second-land books, blak books, ad
statiotnery cheats at Seehass & Co.'s
Bark Store.
T'he "U. of M. FountaissPeonsiiy
x;2.00ihat rsber's P. o. Store.
Sheebian & Co. are agests for Wirt,
iHollanid & Scott fountains pes.
llandlssoesweffects its trousers.
W agter's.
Bay State Guitars, sll sizes, its rose-
wood, miaple and mtahoganty. Fully
warranted. Lostrci es. Bet gtitar
and violins trisgs, loc. flaii ior, s
for lo. Banjo strings, S. Lowst
prices guarasnteed. 2 South Fothyl
avestue. Alvisi Wilsey.
Granger & Baxter's Star Laundry.
Junstorthn of Ann, on Fourth t.
Rhode has tbe best and cleanest coal.
Yard, W. Huron street, near railroad.
Buy your Drawing Instruments and
materials at Brownsa Drug Store.
Hail Toledo Steam Laundry wagon
If you want a fine suit, go to J. M.
Stafford.
STUDENTS' BOOKS.
1317' Y OUR'tCOLLEGEi
TExI BOKss LAW ANDTIDLIcAL LooT3
NOTE51300iSsa,.XsrTHE
STUDENTS' BOO0K STUBR1,, STATE STRIEET.
Scoinds-landilbooks at low prices. We are aigenits ef ttautl E. Wirt, Scott asnd
Htollantd foasastaits penss. Bargasins its stationsery.
ZSR T S
'THE BEST.a
Rtoomit ..13 sce t-eCiiulars apoisoppli-
P. R. CLEARY, President.
B3URLEIGH & JOLLY,
t)RALtsttcIN
BAKBOOKS.
'ATHELETIO GOODDSANDSTUDDENTS' SUPPLIES.
Best hise sif FOUNTAIN PENS ill the
city. tee Cresams, Soida Water,
Confectissss,t'oli Liumnches,
Cigaris stail Tobaccot.
OYSTEROS, FRY, STEW CBR PLAIN.
Cult and non us at
26 SO'tTFM TAT] S
D). L. ISOWDS HEALTH EXERCISER.
Ftt Brain-wtrrhs a ItisuhiryPempe.
iasit+intiei, Ladier o ut5iih;ithe
j 4 Athhltrii v a i lid. A .cmpletei
gf ioo aiii rn Tla."up bt i i n .
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