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October 21, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-21

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Publinhed Daily (Sunday excepted) dring
toe College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT AhSOCIATION.
Subscription pice 61-1,5 pee year, ivaria bly
iadance. Single cope a cett.tOn ale at
Sheehan ' and Pt offi1c new stand eey
evening at u o'clock. Sbciptin may be
et at the otfieeot the DAILY, tp~eaIous
block, at Stechans, tt Stoiet, or wtthany
o1: te editors.
Ctnmnications shotld reth te ofie by
10SA. x. it they ae to appea the ame day.
Addreeno all tatter iteded fopblicatona to
the Managing Edito. Alt btsies emta-
iationo nstold be ent tontie Bsnesso Ma-
ger.
Reptrltl egect :o thettat of Carirc oI
the City Ciculator, W. B. O'Neil.
THE U. of M. DAILY,
Anm Aror, Mih.
EDITORS.
H. B. SOMAKE R 'a1. MAnA-i. En cn.
A. H. COV ERT, '92, A..-. M. A0 ama Emen
M. B. HAnnan. 'at,..a..... M-0n.,
W. S. O'NEILL. ',a. 'T,. Bs. M-0911,.
R. W. DUGTiYr. 'n2. A.-nr. Ba. Mnnwa.
W. (E. ItitI N, "13. '. T.. TItA , P l.
H.D. Jlit.00, '9. H. Af. Itrts. 55lh.
Ave woil suggest to thii'tenisi
maalgteent the feasibilitv of a
tries of tlas tourname~tllts pre
ceinig the Untiversity turtnamlent,
the winnters of the clss cotsts
to cottpete for the Untiversity
lhontors. Itt this way the tiumtibe-
of ettries in the fital touramet~li~
woutid be tedutted to a reasonable
nutmber, tall tle cottests w10u1d be
excitittg, the players iwottld be
cetered as repreentatives of te
various chasset. and a healthy
class rivalry witit its stimultin~i~g
etthusiasmo would result.
The University has finall ott-
growtt the attopated foot-ball
rushi. Of ctturse tie )AILY- is the
recipient tf k few cotplaitts
regarditig its partitt doitglwy
witht it. Sonie affitto that a rtsh
is the best tteats of keeping tl
class spitit atd of furisinig
amnusemtt durintg tie fall.
That other -altiestcit as itter-
class Rfugby atd basebal i lii
keep tp class spirit ad ifurnisi
amnusemtent better thant a rus,
needs nto dettottstration. Still if
there were to other means, tian the
rush, of stintulating this sirit,
better have none. Whttt right
have titose, seekittg ttere amiuse-
moent or desiring olya nmanifesta-
tion of chass or college spirit, to
perpetuate a game tlat every
year seriously injures some of
those engaged in it? One, too,
that requires such violent strain
of tite participants that tey are
unfit for their college work for
several datys after a rush- All
othetr Attericatt colleges, of tny
thinig Iear ottr size, iave dote
atwaty Iwith the foot-bali rush, and
we have sholwln otr progressive
slirt it doiig likewise.
A foot-ball chltlenge fottt'92,
Law, to every other class in the
University, appears itt yesterday's
DJAILY. The fortmation of a class
leagute is att excellent move. Ex
periencee lis taught that tis is te
best mtetitod of bringing out new
mten, aunl deveopittg tie best
ttaterial for thte 'Varsity eleven.
It is to be ioped tiat te Laws'
chlalettge will be accepted by all
the classes, and that the Rlugby
Associtioti Ilill gil-e te project
its hlearity sppot. Witit 2,1)00
mieni to choose frttm, lilt1 allowlitg
twvo yeas ill IV ilci to aculire
5ielilthe U010 I. of II. 01011olditve
brews is received of tie teathi
of Jesse A. Blawes, of tie clss
of '93. At tite begintnitg of te
college year lie waOs sick-,of typioid
fevetr, btt expecteti to be able to
joint his classes it a felt- weeks.
lie 1111statmeclanical egieer
attd a ttember of tie egineerhng
society.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
[Notiies ittseted in 1athscltmntat te 1110
01 to etstopee ite, sigle Itsertina-stecia
rates o fr longe time ad eten lie nihed'
" pin t~tlt~Oat tiso otioc tr by cotitoiltina I-
.lt -ttataty, AoistanttButsinessatae.)
1Lutttdr.-'Teleponte '73l.
Yount;g 'ts Oercoats. Wager
&C(1.
Exainlte Stalttitdls stock of Trouser-
intgs, t5.l0 allotupwards.
tGo to E. 1. Hall1 for coa.
Btaths lolt;it 1'. . Brter sop.
Splendtid vatlues ill *WarmttUnte-
wlelr. Prices reatsonlable. Wagers.
Mll il hlespie, Telcher of (Guitar,
Bttjo antdMtattdolint at lenents.
Flancy Vstittgs at iSttfot-d's.
G~rattger & Batxter's Star Lludry.
Jttst uotli of Antn, tot Fourth s.
Rhbtde hias tie best atd cleatet coal-
Yard, W. Hu roln street, tear railrodt.
Buty ctal a111d wodl of Jutdso, Stte
street.
Advattced Class itt Dancitg will be-
gilt Saturdaty at 730 -G-anger'
Acatdemty of LDancing.
A fine assortment of everyting in
Hlardlware at Eterbach Hardware Co.'s.
At Thte Tn-c Sanms.-See thelne $4
tat, just opetted to-day, of Mr. Knox's
make. The first of its kind ever tmade
by Mr. Knox.
Special sale of U. of M. Fotntain
1Yens for onto week only, at $1.49. Get
one while you Iave a chattce; they are
the best fontain pen made and will
give yen satisfaction. Call at Grber's
Y. . store.
STUDENTS' BOOKS.
BUY YOlUR11COLLEGE
TEXT Boos. Lzu TN'D MEDICAL BOKS
N5OTE BtOOKS, AT THE
STUDENTS' BOOK STORE, STATE STREET.
Secotnd-taiid books at low prices. We are'agentts of Pa ul E. Wirt, Scott antd
ilolland fottntan pens. lBargains itt stattionery.
iiiii _
AND THE
IThe Niagara Faily Route."
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
cs a.. ;
'THE BEST- EA'
Saetnteenottehers. lBonelwth Fur ntithedt c% I t+
tiaom 5"2.131per wcek. Ctreulars tupon apply n ma . 0
ctioln. -" r - .
P. R. CLEARY, President. I : aI4
BURLEIGH&\.(iJOLLYj r i (MGCCC 7X'
BLANK BOOKS. I
ATHEIC 5OO5S AND STUDENTS' SUPPLIES.= I
Blest 1itteo tf FOUNTAIN PENS its h
cityV. Ice Creatit, Soda Watera
tofcinoduceCigars andl Tobacco.
OYSTERS, FRYSTEW 0l0 PLAiI
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26 SO TTWHI S2'A''E ST' 1 °N 4t In a
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