VOL. I. No. 23. UNI
'91's Board to be Organized.
It has cole to the knowledge
of the DAII.Y that the neeting of
Independents to be held at Alpha
1u 'Jall next Saturday is for the
purpose of organizing the Casta-
lan Board of '91. The college
annuals are an important feature
of life at the (J. of M. The
different publications, the Oracle'
the Palladium and the Castalian
hl1 the gap in college literature
left by the DAILY and the Chron-
icleArgonaut, they form a sort
of directory of the University, and
at the smillle time they mark the
Higheest point of literature and are
reached by the student publica-
ns. The newspapers art
necessarily limited in a literary
see, and can give no attention
to art. Besides, the annuals are
an index to the intellectual
strength of the class producing
them. For a long time the Pal-
Wium has been the only literary
production of the senior class.
When the Castalian was started
last year, it was looked upon as
an experiment - but its success
assured its establishment as a per-
Ianelt feature of the senior class.
The Independents of '91 are al-
$"Ost to a man earnest in express-
'ig their determination to produce
a 05stalian worthy ;f the class.
An enthusiastic meeting is looked
for next Saturday.
The Castalian of last year was
pronounced by all a success. One
of the Faculty went so far as to
say that from a literary standpoint,
was the best students' publica-
tion be had ever seen. At the
same time, the board of last year
did not look upon their work as in
aiy way antagonistic to the Palla-
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dhloll. This sentiment is slhared
hr) thae class or 9)1. There is room
for hoth the Castaliai and til
Pzalladonri. They are represeiita-
tives of diterent parts of the
senior class, and the utmost good
feeling should prevail between
their respective boards of editors.
Rapid Transit to Ypsi.
Students are all interested in
the Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor rail-
way. Yesterday morning about
fifty men were put to work in Yp-
silanti laying the ties. The
amount of interest shown proves
that our Ypsilanti friends are as
anxious for rapid transit to be es-
tablished from Ann Arbor as the
students themselves. Work with-
in the city limits of Y psi. must be
completed by- Nov. 4, and it is
hoped that in a brief period the
cars will be running. The presi-
dent of the company is Junius E.
Beal, of the Courier Publishing
Company. It is intended that
one car shall run every half-hour,
and ten cents will be charged for
This road will serve a double
purpose. By it the Ypsi. people
will be given an opportunity to at-
tend our lecture course, and U. of
M. boys will be enabled with
greater ease to call upon the fair
co-eds that grace our sister city.
No Games with Notre Dame.
The two games scheduled with
Notre Dame have both been can-
celed, Notre Dame not being able
to get a team together. Manager
Codd has filled the first date, next
Saturday by a return game at Al-
bion, and hopes to secure a game
here for Saturday, Nov. 1, with
some other eleven.
AN IMPETUS TO FOOT-BALL. Wright, Kay & Co.
Schedule of Games Arranged for
the Inter-class League.
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t Goods, Jew r
, of Gems
Last eveiiing the captains of t M- Lanufacturers of the
tour class teams iet, in respolise F Society Badgesrrpde inrthe
to an invitation printed in the corte K' Samples-sent upon pro-
DAs, formed a class league, and per ef-reqces,
arranged a schedule. Those
present were: I. Sherman ')4 D(fli t Op-m. Hot/sw- Bfk.,
Lit; F. M. Prettyman, '93 Dent;
G. Dilworth, '92 Dent, and R. 140 WOODWARD AVE.,
Stone, '92 Law. Representatives
from '93 Lit and '94 Medic were Detroit - - Mch gan.
expected, but as they did not ap-
pear the schedule was arranged The University of the Future.
without reference to their classes.
If they wish to contest for the Hlon. ndrew I). White has an
championship, they will arrange important article in the October
games after the completion of the number of the North American
following schedule: Review, in relation to the future
Oct. 27, '92 Law v. '93 Dent of American colleges and univer-
Ot. 29 92 Deit vs.'94 Lit, Oct. sities. A well-adjusted system,
311 '92 Dent vs. '93 Dent; Nov. 3he says, embraces a general publie-
'94 Lit vs. '92 Law; Nov. 5, '92 school system, an intermediate
Law vs. '92 Dent; Nov. 7, 9 college system, and finally univer-
Lit vs. '93 Dent, sities and training schools. In
Tlme gaes wihh be played oilthe imtermediate colleges he pro-
tle cammpus, commencimng at 4:1 poses that the Freshman year be-
sharp with 25 minute halves and gil two years earlier than the
10 minutes intermission. It was Freshman year in most of the bet-
expressly agreed tiat if either ter colleges at present, and con-
team was not on the field ready tinue up to tie point reached at
for play at 4:30, it would forfeit the beginning of the junior year.
te gamne. Choice of referees Af'er three years of advanced
and umpires shmall be decided by study at the university, the stu-
toss. All ties must be played off, dent would receive is secod de-
at dates to be mutually agreed gree. The present system tends
. ageed-to bring ridicule onh igher educa-
uponby imecapain oftim option in America, and on our col-
posing teams. The meeting ad-
journed, the representatives feel- leges and universities.-Ex.
ing that they had done a good Williams has tree foot-ball
thing for foot-ball at the U. of M. teams in constant practice.
This is the first class foot-ball Ames will coasclthep Princeton
league ever formed here. elevesduring November.
A story is current at Yale, that
Columbia's endowments amount Stagg will coach the foot-ball team
to L $9,000,000 and Harvard's, this fall, and have charge of base-
nearly $7,000,000. ball interests in the spring.